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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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2013-14 SEASON PREVIEW Season Preview......................................4-7 Academic Success...................................8-9 Team Photo / Roster................................ 10 STUDENT-ATHLETES Seniors................................................12-15 Juniors................................................16-25 Sophomores.......................................26-29 Freshmen...........................................29-32 Class Photos.......................................33-34 COACHING STAFF Head Coach Tim Walsh.......................36-37 Diving Coach Caiming Xie....................... 38 Associate Head Coach Matt Tallman....... 39 Support Staff........................................... 40 2012-13 SEASON IN REVIEW Top Times............................................42-43 Graduated Seniors..............................44-50

HISTORY AND RECORDS All-Time Results...................................... 52 Univerity & Pool Records......................... 53 All-Time Top Performances................54-55 All-Time Top Performers.....................56-57 BIG EAST Championships...................58-59 BIG EAST Finishes by Event.................60-61 The BIG EAST Conference........................ 62 University Record Chronology............63-66 Year-by-Year Top Times........................... 67 Year-by-Year Leaders.........................68-69 National / International Meets............... 70 Irish Honors & Awards........................71-72 Academic Awards.................................... 73 All-Time Roster...................................74-82 All-Time Roster (Diving).......................... 83 Year-by-Year Results..........................84-90 Rolfs Aquatic Center................................ 91

MEDIA INFORMATION The Notre Dame Media Relations Office is always interested in assisting members of the media in their coverage of Irish men’s swimming and diving. Publicity and media information for Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving is handled by media relations assistant Tony Jones. Photographs, feature ideas and results are always available from the Media Relations Office. For men’s swimming and diving information and interviews, please contact Jones by phone (574631-7516), email (ajones25@nd.edu), or view the official website of the Notre Dame athletic department at und. com. All interviews with coaches and athletes should be arranged through the Media Relations Office. ACC WEB INFORMATION The Atlantic Coast Conference maintains its presence on the World Wide Web at theacc.com. The site contains current information on all facets of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

The 2013-14 Notre Dame Men’s Swimming and Diving Media Guide is dedicated to the memory of Susan McGonigal who spent 35 years as an assistant in the Notre Dame Media Relations and Sports Information Department. She passed away on March 22, 2013.

CREDITS The Notre Dame Men’s Swimming and Diving Guide was written, compiled and edited by Tony Jones, with additional contributions from Tom Norris. Special thanks to Alan George, Andrew Bartolini and Chris Mertens. Graphic design and page layout by Cathy J. Scholz, C Graphics. Inside and outside cover design by Cathy J. Scholz, C Graphics. Photography by Mike Bennett and Lighthouse Imaging, Matt Cashore, Heather Gollatz, Marcus Snowden, Walt Middleton Photography, Ken Overholt, the BIG EAST Conference, Allison Wagner, Maria Massa, Kaitlyn Kiely, Michelle Hutchins, Angela Addington, Linda Dunn, Shelley Feller and Bo Rottenborn. Printing by Xerox.

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MEDIA INFORMATION / QUICK FACTS Print Media

South Bend Tribune 225 West Colfax Avenue South Bend, IN 46626 (574) 235-6161, FAX (574) 235-6091 Bill Bilinski (sports editor) Curt Rallo (beat writer), Al Lesar (columnist) Notre Dame Observer (University daily newspaper) LaFortune Student Center Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-7471, FAX (574) 631-6927 Associated Press South Bend Tribune Building 225 West Colfax Avenue South Bend, IN 46626 (312) 286-7592, FAX (574) 236-1765 Tom Coyne (beat writer) Irish Eyes Magazine 21 Merriam Way Upton, MA 01568 (508) 529-6781, FAX (508) 519-6553 Alan Tieuli (editor) Denise Skwarcan (beat writer) Irish Sports Report 225 West Colfax Avenue South Bend, IN 46626 (574) 235-6161, FAX (574) 239-2646 Bob Wieneke (managing editor) Blue & Gold Illustrated 1605 North Home Street Mishawaka, IN 46545 (574) 255-9800, FAX (574) 255-9700 Lou Somogyi (associate editor) Dan Murphy (beat writer) Chicago Tribune 435 North Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 222-3423, FAX (312) 828-9392 Brian Hamilton (beat writer) Philip Hersh (contributing writer) Chicago Sun-Times 401 North Wabash Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 321-2663, FAX (312) 321-2833 Mark Potash (beat writer)

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Elkhart Truth Communicana Building P.O. Box 487 Elkhart, IN 46514 (574) 674-6337, FAX (574) 294-3895 Rachel Terlep (beat writer) Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette 600 West Main Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802 (260) 461-8223, FAX (260) 461-8648 Tony Krausz (beat writer) Fort Wayne News-Sentinel 600 West Main Street Fort Wayne, IN 46802 (260) 461-8263, FAX (260) 461-8649 Tom Davis (beat writer) Indianapolis Star 307 North Pennsylvania Indianapolis, IN 46206 (317) 444-6644, FAX (317) 444-6500 Niles Daily Star 217 North Fourth Street Niles, MI 49120 (269) 683-2100, FAX (269) 683-2175 Scott Novak (sports editor) Post-Tribune, Northwest Indiana 1433 East 83rd Avenue Merrillville, IN 46410-6307 (219) 648-3122, FAX (219) 648-3236 Times of Northwest Indiana 601 West 45th Avenue Munster, IN 46321 (219) 933-3232, FAX (219) 933-3249 Daily Herald 155 East Algonquin Road P.O. Box 280 Arlington Heights, IL 60006 (847) 427-4300, FAX (847) 427-1301 Patricia Babcock McGraw (beat writer) Grand Rapids Press Press Plaza-Vandenberg Center Grand Rapids, MI 49502 (616) 459-1400, FAX (616) 459-1502 Notre Dame Scholastic (University weekly magazine) South Dining Hall Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-7569 The Dome (University yearbook) South Dining Hall Notre Dame, IN 46556 (574) 631-7524

Television

WNDU-TV (NBC) P.O. Box 1616 South Bend, IN 46634 (574) 284-3016, FAX (574) 284-3022 Jeff Jeffers (sports director), Angelo DiCarlo WSBT-TV (CBS) 1301 E. Douglas Road Mishawaka, IN 46545 (574) 233-3141, FAX (574) 288-6630 Pete Byrne (sports director), Carl Deffenbaugh WSJV-TV (FOX) 58096 County Road 7 Elkhart, IN 46517 (574) 679-4545/293-9227, FAX (574) 294-1324 Dean Huppert (sports director), Adam Shear WBND-TV (ABC) 53550 Generations Drive South Bend, IN 46635 (574) 344-5557, FAX (574) 344-5094 Emily Pritchard (multimedia producer) WHME-TV (LeSEA) 61300 Ironwood Road South Bend, IN 46614 (574) 291-8200, FAX (574) 291-9043 Chuck Freeby (sports director), Bob Nagle

Internet Media

Fighting Irish Digital Media (www.UND.com) Joyce Center, South Dome Notre Dame, IN 46556 Dan Skendzel (program director) Jack Nolan (director - media productions) Alan Wasielewski (producer) Gary Paczesny (associate producer) Ryan Camden (associate producer) Nathan Bush (associate producer) (574) 631-2235 (Wasielewski) (574) 631-2238 (Nolan) (574) 631-3505 (Paczesny) (574) 514-1793 (Camden) (574) 514-1768 (Bush) Irish Illustrated (574) 288-0329, (574) 286-1652 Tim Prister, Pete Sampson (beat writers) Irish Sports Daily (574) 276-3234, (574) 520-2066 Mike Frank, Christian McCollum (beat writers) Irish Eyes (404) 291-0345 Tim O’Malley (beat writer)

Men’s Swimming And Diving Quick Facts Notre Dame Quick Facts

Location..........................................Notre Dame, IN 46556 Founded.....................................................................1842 Enrollment............8,452 (undergraduate), 12,004 (total) Nickname......................................................Fighting Irish Colors............................................................ Gold and Blue Home Facility.....................................Rolfs Aquatic Center President.................................. Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C. Director of Athletics....................................Jack Swarbrick Men’s Swim & Dive Administrator..................Mike Danch Athletic Dept. Phone...................................574-631-6107

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Coaching Staff

Head Coach............................ Tim Welsh (Providence ‘66) Record at Notre Dame.................226-121 (.651)/28 years Career Record (M&W).............435-240-1 (.644)/36 years Head Diving Coach......Caiming Xie (Beijing In. of P.E. ‘85) Associate Head Coach.............Matt Tallman (Catholic ‘97) Volunteer Swim Assistant.. Matt Dorsch (John Carroll’ 05) Volunteer Dive Assistant...........Annie Eaton (Indiana ‘82)

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Athletic Media Relations

Address.....................................................Media Relations 112 Joyce Center Notre Dame, IN 46556-5678 Sr. Assoc. A.D./Media Relations.......................John Heisler Media Relations Director............................Bernie Cafarelli MR Assistant/Men’s Swim & Dive.....................Tony Jones Media Relations Phone.............................(574) 631-7516 Jones’ Cell Phone.......................................(574) 532-4151 Jones’ Email...........................................ajones25@nd.edu Media Relations Fax..................................(574) 631-7941 Website......................................................www.und.com Twitter.........................................................@FightingIrish


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2013-14 Season Preview Zach Stephens became the third individual All-American in Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving history at the 2013 NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships after a 16th-place swim in the 200 breaststroke. The Notre Dame junior enters the season as the team record holder (1:55.21) in the event.


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Irish Ready For “Fast” ACC Introduction Notre Dame Enters New Conference Full of Excitement

One does not ascend to the greatest of heights in a given competition by pure coincidence. In the case of the University of Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving program, the motto, ‘To be the best, you have to beat the best,’ needs to be altered slightly to explain the team’s general philosophy. The saying that fits the upcoming 201314 Notre Dame season would more accurately resemble, ‘To become the best, you have to compete against the best.’ The Irish will be tested early and often during their inaugural campaign as an Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) member, and the program is ready to answer the call. “Our schedule this year is real challenging,” Notre Dame head coach Tim Welsh said. “We have just filled it with really fast teams, and the challenge to stay in the race with these teams all season long will be a big challenge for us. Notre Dame teams like to play the toughest schedules any way that they can, so we are trying to get with the program and compete against the toughest schedule we can find.”

Notre Dame qualified a program record nine swimmers for last season’s NCAA Division I Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships in Indianapolis, with a total of six Irish team members earning honorable mention All-America honors at the meet. The NCAA performance followed Notre Dame’s sixth and final BIG EAST Conference Championship victory, which saw the Irish score a meet-record 991 points on the way to repeating as the conference’s top squad after reclaiming the league hardware in 2012. For Welsh, entering his 29th season as the mentor of the Notre Dame men’s program, seeing a high level of team preparation throughout the summer months, combined with the perspective gained from last season’s postseason experiences, has set the stage for the new journeys that await the Irish. “We will see teams like that (in the regular season) this year, and that’s a good thing,” Welsh said. “Michigan is the defending men’s NCAA champion, and they don’t have all freshmen, there are guys who were

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there last year. It’s important to see what the leaders are doing partly just to know what it is, but also to accept what it is so it’s not intimidating. “If you look at our pool record board, there was a time when some of those pool records were set when our guys stood on the deck in awe. Now, we look at the same times, the same events, and say, ‘we can do that.’ Recognizing it is going to be tough, but being at peace with saying ‘I want that challenge and I am not afraid of it.’ That’s what those meets do for us.” A strong summer of training for the Irish, which included six Notre Dame swimmers seeing action at the 2013 United States Open in Irvine, Calif., furthered the exposure of team members to the best competition in the country at the highest level of the sport. Welsh said that the team picked up where it left off once classes resumed in late August, and has continued building for its official start to the season. “We have been training hard and I am very encouraged by the results,” he said. “The spirit is good, the energy is good, and


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the outcome is good if you look at how fast we are going in our weekly test sets. If you look at our swimming and lifting workouts, they too have been challenging.” Team leadership is so often the key to any successful collection of talent, and the Irish have that in seniors Colin Babcock, Joshua Choi, Frank Dyer and Bertie Nel. Babcock, entering his second term as a Notre Dame team captain after serving in the capacity last season, is just the sixth two-year captain in the program’s 56 seasons of existence. “Frank has been our performance leader week in and week out, day in and day out since he’s been here,” Welsh said. “What’s exciting and comforting for Frank is that he’s not alone anymore. He’s not all by himself, now he’s got a cluster of teammates around him. “Colin is a two-year captain, Bertie is a senior with international experience that most of our team members don’t have, Josh is another in our long line of pre-med students, they have all been in the Rosenthal Leadership Academy. Their grade point averages are all over 3.0. This is a really solid senior class, it’s just not numerically large.” Dyer became the first All-American swimmer in Notre Dame men’s swimming

history by way of a fourth place finish in the 200 freestyle at the 2012 NCAA Championships. He is the only Irish competitor in history with a pair of career All-America citations after earning an honorable mention All-America scroll with the 16th place 800 freestyle relay squad at last season’s NCAA meet. Dyer was one of six Notre Dame swimmers to cop All-America status in 2013, with now juniors Zach Stephens (200 breast) and John Williamson (200 fly) joining the ranks of individual honorees. The potential, both in terms of overall class size and the talent already on display, possessed by the Irish class of 2015 has Welsh patiently awaiting his team’s future. “A year from now, we will have the largest senior class we have ever had in our history,” he said. “That class, it’s now time for them to step up and grow up, they’re upperclassmen now. “If you look at their success, one of the things the previous performance through Frank did was to show all of us that the NCAA door was open, and that you can go there and score. Two members of the current junior class, Zach and John, did that last year, and a third one, Kevin Hughes, did so on a relay. Cameron Miller also qualified on his own last year. That class is feeling its

way through, but they already know how to get there.” Tapping into the leadership of the fourmember senior class and its own captain Patrick Murphy this season, while focusing on continuing to grow in and out of the pool, is the Notre Dame recipe for success for the standout junior contingent. “We’re looking for them to mature because in a lot of respects, junior year is a great year to mature,” Welsh said. “The real world isn’t necessarily coming in yet, and typically you have schoolwork under control. We are expecting a lot of growth from the junior class.” With a difficult and challenging schedule comes a new level of competitive intensity at the highest level of the sport. To endure the rigors of a long season, it is not at all uncommon for teams to taper, or gradually reduce training levels, to stay fresh by championship time. With no “easy” meet on the 2013-14 schedule, Notre Dame plans to swim full speed ahead to reach its ultimate goals of an ACC Championship victory and setting a new scoring team benchmark at the NCAA Championships. “The challenge is going to be to step up, and the focus on the season will remain achieving NCAA qualifying times, more

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SEASON PREVIEW than likely at the ACC Championships,” Welsh said. “The challenge we face, we compare it to climbing a mountain. The leader kicks his boots into the snow so others can step up. We have to kick some steps this year, but that doesn’t mean we are going to sacrifice preparation for the ACC or the NCAA Championships so that we are rested for an in-season dual meet. We are going to challenge ourselves to step up no matter what.” Notre Dame opens the 2013-14 season on Oct. 11 with the 49th edition of the Dennis Stark Relays. In what has become the traditional first meet of each year for the Irish, a loaded field including Cleveland State, Valparaiso, national contender Auburn and defending NCAA champion Michigan will make the trek to the Rolfs Aquatic Center. The following day (Oct. 12), Notre Dame will swim Michigan and Auburn in a tri-dual meet at the Rolfs Aquatic Center. The team’s first road trip of the season will take the Irish to the United States Air Force Academy for the very first time. An Oct. 25 dual meet between Notre Dame and Air Force will culminate a unique training experience for Welsh and his team. “We will train at altitude for the first time, a week at altitude at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., and finish off at an even higher altitude at the Air Force Academy,” Welsh said. “We haven’t trained for any extended length of time at altitude before, so we’re excited by the opportunity, a little nervous about what we will find. It will be a test for us, and that’s why we’re doing it.” Notre Dame continues its four-meet road swing with stops at Purdue (Nov. 1) and Pittsburgh (Nov. 9) to open the month of November. Both meets will be key points on the Irish schedule as the team looks to improve upon past performances in West Lafayette, and competes in its first official ACC dual meet at Trees Pool against Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech. “If you look at our Purdue history, we usually compete pretty well when Purdue is here, but we’ve had a terrible time racing down there,” Welsh said. “That is a major mark on the schedule. They have a great facility, a great program and a great coach-

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ing staff. There’s no reason why we can’t race well there other than we just have not been doing it. “Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech are both strong teams, and if you look at last year’s results Virginia Tech was ahead of us. We did finish ahead of Pittsburgh at the BIG EAST meet, but a different year is a different year.” A pair of home dual meets against Michigan State (Nov. 15) and Wisconsin (Nov. 16) will follow at the Rolfs Aquatic Center. A brief break in the competitive schedule over the Thanksgiving holiday sets the stage for the Iowa Hawkeye Invitational (Dec. 6-8), an event the Notre Dame team has highlighted as the key event of the first half of the season. “This will be our focal meet for the fall,” Welsh said. “Iowa by themselves is pretty tough, and we will want to look at this

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meet as a summation of the first semester and a preview of what our championship squad might be like later in the spring.” Following the team’s annual winter training trek to the Copa Coqui Meet in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico during the first week of January, the Irish close their road dual meet slate with a pair of encounters at Northwestern (Jan. 11) and Louisville (Jan. 24) to open the second half of the season. The meet against the Cardinals, as Welsh noted, will provide another stepping stone for Notre Dame to overcome. “It’s been a long time since we’ve beaten Louisville at Louisville, and this is a major meet for us,” Welsh said. “They will be in the ACC next year, so we will not face them at championship time this year. Given the rivalry between our two schools that probably adds a little to the outcome of this meet. As most teams are, they are tough at home.”


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Fighting Irish Notre Dame’s annual Shamrock Invitational (Jan. 31-Feb. 1) and a dual showdown with Cleveland State (Feb. 8) caps the Irish regular season, and will be the final lead-in to the program’s first appearance at the ACC Championships. One unique element of the conference meet is the weeklong gap between the men’s and women’s championship competitions. “It’s very interesting in the ACC that the men’s and women’s conference championship meets are separate,” Welsh said. “We haven’t done that since our days pre-BIG EAST, possibly when we were between conferences and competed as an independent back in the 1980s. It will be a new experience for us, and not the least bit being that our events now come up twice as fast. Diving will go with the women’s team (Feb. 19-22), and especially given the distance we will not be able to be with our divers when they compete at the ACC meet, but we will certainly follow them closely.” The men’s swimmers will travel to the Greensboro Aquatic Center for the swimming portion of the ACC Championships on Feb. 26-March 1. A distinct level of parity within the conference itself is expected to create a competitive championship meet atmosphere.

“If you compare our times last year with ACC times as equal to see how they sort out, I think there were six teams within 20 points,” Welsh said. “You’ve got to swim it out. There have been a few coaching changes in the ACC, teams are close together. It’s going to be a really exciting time.” Welsh acknowledged that there is a degree of pressure within the program to replicate, even expand upon the success that the team has enjoyed over the past 10 seasons. Six conference championships, 12 total NCAA Championship qualifiers and seven total All-America honors earned in that span have set the standard for Notre Dame, and the move to the ACC is just the next step up the aforementioned mountain for the Irish. “Everybody on the team feels the intensity that came along with the move to the ACC,” Welsh said. “They are excited by it, nervous about it, but being nervous is a good thing. The last thing you want to be is complacent. We are not where we want to be as a program so being complacent will not help us. We need to be anxious and aggressive on the road ahead.”

Top performers from the ACC Championships will be in a position to qualify for the 2014 NCAA Championships March 27-29, hosted by the University of Texas, at the Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin. As in years past, all divers will have the opportunity to earn their way to the NCAA meet by qualifying through the NCAA Zone Diving Meet (March 13-15) at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion in Columbus, Ohio. Using last season’s record-setting performance as it starting point, the Notre Dame swimming and diving program gained a taste for the level of competition on a national scale. By not being satisfied with past accomplishments and continuing to drive forward, Welsh believes that facing and conquering grander challenges will continue to shape the Irish into a regular national contender. “Certainly we want to sit here in April and say we did return a large team to the NCAA Championships, we did score in individual events and advance relays, and we would love to get a diver there,” he said. “All of those things are well within the range of what’s possible if we keep our eyes on the prize every day. The guys all know what that ultimate prize is, and they all want to get there. It’s a very competitive group.”

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

The University of Notre Dame once again claimed the 2012 national championship for graduating its studentathletes in all sports -- in the process posting the top NCAA Graduation Success Rate (GSR) figure (99) for its studentathletes for the sixth straight year. The GSR number for all Notre Dame student-athletes rated the Irish first among the 120 football-playing institutions in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A). The 2012 NCAA figures are based on entering classes from 2002 through 2005. Whether measured by the federal government in its Department of Education report or by the NCAA through its GSR numbers, graduation rates for Notre Dame student-athletes once again ranked either number one or among the handful of national leaders in five major categories among all major footballplaying colleges and universities. Notre Dame’s institutional research found that Irish student-athletes in 2012 ranked number one in five of 10 major categories -- ranking second in three others and third in another. That’s based on the NCAA-issued GSR and federal figures.

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For the fourth year in a row Notre Dame led the nation in four GSR categories--for all student-athletes (at 99), male studentathletes (98), female student-athletes (100) and football student-athletes (97). Notre Dame also ranked number one in the federal numbers for male studentathletes (89). In calculations that include all studentathletes in all sports, Notre Dame ranked first among the FBS schools in the GSR figures, which were initiated in 2005 by the NCAA. The University’s 99 percent GSR for all its student-athletes ranked just ahead of the 98 figure for Duke. Using the federal formula, Notre Dame graduated a four-year average of 91 percent of its student-athletes, just behind Stanford at 92. In the GSR standings, the Irish led the way in four categories. In addition to its number-one ranking for all studentathletes (99), Notre Dame finished first among female student athletes at 100 (tied with Wake Forest), first among male student-athletes at 98 percent (ahead of Duke and Northwestern at 96), first among football players at 97 percent (tied with Northwestern), and second among black student-athletes at 98 percent (behind only Rice at 100).

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Notre Dame graduated 94 percent of all women competing in varsity athletics to rank second among its peer institutions based on the federal calculations (behind Stanford at 96). Among men, Notre Dame’s 89 percent federal rate also was first, tied with Stanford. Notre Dame graduated 82 percent of its black student-athletes, ranking third based on the federal rate, and Irish football players graduated at an 83 percent rate, to rank sixth. Nineteen of 22 athletics programs at Notre Dame compiled graduation rates of 100 percent, and none were below 91 percent, according to the eighth year of GSR measurements developed by the NCAA. None of the 120 Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly NCAA Division I-A) programs in the country had a higher percentage of 100 GSR scores than did Notre Dame with its .863 number (19 of 22). In addition, Notre Dame ranked second among all FBS institutions with nine perfect scores among 22 sports (.409) in the federal graduation rate analysis. The University of Notre Dame ranked number one once again among all Football Bowl Subdivision institutions with 15 of its athletics programs receiving


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2013 Academic Progress Rate public recognition awards. Duke University also had 15 programs honored, tying Notre Dame for the top spot in the FBS subset. Fifteen Irish teams posted multi-year APR scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. In their seventh year, the public recognition honors are part of the broad Division I academic reform effort. The awards are based on APR numbers that represent the combination of scores from the 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years. The 15 Notre Dame programs honored this year for multi-year achievement: • Men’s Sports (11): baseball, basketball, cross country, fencing, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor track and field, and outdoor track & field. • Women’s Sports (4): cross country, golf, softball, and swimming and diving. Notre Dame’s 15 recognized sports this year follow two consecutive years (2012 and 2011) that a program-best 17 Irish teams were honored with the award. The NCAA recognized 15 Notre Dame programs in 2010 after 14 programs were honored in 2009. Eleven Irish teams earned recognition each of the previous two years, in both 2007 and 2008.

The FBS institutions that ranked in the top 10 in 2013, in terms of programs honored: 1. (tie) Notre Dame, Duke 15; 3. Northwestern 14; 4. (tie) Boston College, Stanford 13; 6. (tie) Penn State, Vanderbilt 8; 8. Rice 7; 9. (tie) Texas, Illinois, Ohio State 6. The APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester by tracking the academic progress of each student-athlete. The APR includes both retention at an institution and academic eligibility in its calculation and provides a clear picture of the academic culture in each sport. The effort is part of a publicrecognition program the NCAA Division I Board of Directors approved in January 2006. Notre Dame has received public recognition awards each of the eight years of the program. A total of 27 Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving student-athletes were tabbed as BIG EAST Conference Academic All-Stars at the end of the 201213 season. The Irish posted a team grade point average of 3.200 during the fall of 2012 and a 3.310 in the spring of 2013, which was the fourth-highest semester performance in program history. The

spring total was the 15th-best team GPA among all Division I teams. Frank Dyer became the second College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America first team selection in Irish history in 2013, joining Bill Bass (2012). To be eligible for CSCAA Scholar All-America consideration, a student-athlete must achieve a semester GPA of 3.5 or higher and have qualified for and competed at their respective national championship. Dyer is the only Irish men’s swimmer to garner multiple career AllAmerica citations after registering point scoring swims at each of the last two NCAA Championship meets. Five other members of the Irish men’s squad, swimmers Colin Babcock, Broderick Kelley, Bertie Nel, and divers Michael Kreft and Ryan Koter were each tabbed honorable mention Scholar AllAmerica. Each student-athlete achieved a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the semester, and posted an NCAA “B” time standard to be eligible for consideration. Koter, a 2013 Notre Dame graduate, finished his Irish career as a three-time CSCAA Scholar AllAmerica honorable mention choice, while Babcock, Nel and Kreft have each received the award the past two seasons.

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Name Tom Anderson Bogac Ayhan Colin Babcock # Kevin Bradley Matthew Buerger Joshua Choi Jack Cobain Joseph Coumos Matthew DeBlasio Frank Dyer Reed Fujan Michael Hudspith Kevin Hughes Trent Jackson Brennan Jacobsen Andrew Jensen Broderick Kelley Michael Kreft James Lichtenstein James McEldrew Shane McKenzie Cameron Miller Patrick Murphy # John Nappi Bertie Nel Nick Nemetz Patrick Olson Joe Petrone Michael Scheid Nicholas Sim Zach Stephens Ted Wagner John Williamson

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Year Hometown / High School Fr. San Diego, Calif./The Bishop’s School So. London, England/Woodhouse College Sr. Covington, La./Saint Paul’s Fr. Milford, Mass./Milford So. Wexford, Pa./North Allegheny Sr. Folsom, Calif./Vista del Lago Fr. Dublin, Ireland/Belvedere College S.J. Fr. Tomball, Texas/Tomball Jr. Dix Hills, N.Y./Half Hollow Hills East Sr. Loudonville, N.Y./Shaker Fr. Byron, Minn./Byron So. Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif./Palos Verdes Jr. Rye, N.Y./Rye Fr. Austin, Texas/Muscatine Jr. Whittier, Calif./Sonora So. Sugar Land, Texas/Clements Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa./Shady Side Jr. Solon, Ohio/Solon Fr. Buffalo Grove, Ill./Adlai E. Stevenson Jr. Northwales, Pa./Germantown Academy So. Newtown, Pa./St. Joseph’s Prep Jr. Michigan City, Ind./Michigan City Jr. Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla./The Bolles School Jr. Pittsburgh, Pa./Mt. Lebanon Sr. Tzaneen, South Africa/Ben Vorster Jr. Ann Arbor, Mich./Pioneer Jr. Marlton, N.J./St. Joseph Fr. Cherry Hill, N.J./Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School So. Louisville, Ky./St. Xavier So. Singapore, Singapore/Raffles Institution Jr. Bloomsburg, Pa./Bloomsburg Area Jr. Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley Jr. Bloomington, Ill./University

Head coach: Tim Welsh (Providence ’66) / Head diving coach: Caiming Xie (Beijing Institute of Physical Education ’85) / Associate head coach: Matt Tallman (Catholic ’97) / Volunteer assistant coach: Matt Dorsch (John Carroll ‘05) / Volunteer assistant diving coach: Annie Eaton (Indiana ‘82) / Senior manager: Madison Boyle (Notre Dame ’14) #Co-Captain

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Bogac Ayhan Matthew Buerger Matthew DeBlasio Frank Dyer Reed Fujan

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NOTRE DAME Fighting Irish

Student-Athletes

Notre Dame returns six of a program-record nine swimmers who qualified for the 2013 NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships. Four returning student-athletes, John Williamson (200 butterfly), Zach Stephens (200 breaststroke), Frank Dyer and Kevin Hughes (800 freestyle relay) were named honorable mention All-Americans last season.


STUDENT-ATHLETES

Fighting Irish

COLIN BABCOCK Senior Breast / IM 6-0 • 170 Covington, La. Saint Paul’s AS A JUNIOR (2012-13): Was one of four team captains that helped lead Notre Dame to its sixth and final BIG EAST Championship … competed primarily in the 200 and 400 IM … recorded a season-best fifth-place finish in the 400 IM (3:52.87) at the BIG EAST Championships – time was the fifth-best in program history … also placed third in the 200 IM (1:46.40) which was good for a career-best, and was the third fastest Notre Dame time … swam to a firstplace finish in the 100 breast (56.11) vs. Cleveland State … took first in the 100 breast (55.71) and the 200 breast (2:04.25) vs. Pittsburgh … at the Shamrock Invitational, collected four top-five finishes, touching the wall in the 400 medley relay in 3:25.61, the 200 breast in 2:03.75, the 200 fly in 1:52.09, and the 200 IM in 1:52.19 … Charles Blanchard Award recipient for the second straight season … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12):

Breaststroke and individual medley specialist who garnered all-BIG EAST honors in his second collegiate year … posted career-best times while earning fifth-place points at the BIG EAST Championships in both the 100 breast (54.53) and the 200 IM (1:47.77), recording NCAA B-cuts in each event … moved up to thirdplace all-time for the Irish in 200 IM history … touched seventh in the 400 IM (3:53.17) to earn another lifetime best at the same meet … nearly cleared the two-minute barrier in a timetrial swim in the 200 breast (2:00.90), his best career swim by nearly three seconds … assisted the 800 freestyle relay (6:24.11) to a silver finish and all-BIG EAST honors … placed in the top eight in two events at the Hawkeye Invitational, touching in at fifth in the 100 breast (56.19) and eighth in the 200 IM (1:49.88) … took second place honors in the 100 breast (56.92) in dual meet action against Michigan State … garnered silver in the 200 breast (2:04.87) against league foe Pittsburgh … represented the Irish at the 2012 US Olympic Trials, swimming the 100 meter breast (1:03.86, 58th), 200 meter

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breast (2:22.91, 110th), and the 200 meter IM (2:05.08, 44th) … recipient of both the Patrick Reilly McManus Captain’s Award and the Charles Blanchard Award … earned a monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11): Collected two top-eight finishes at the BIG EAST Championships in his first season … those two performances included swims of 1:50.14 in the 200 IM and 3:55.45 in the 400 IM … set personal-best times of 1:49.23 and 3:55.01 in the same two events, respectively, during the preliminary sessions of the league meet … the 1:49.23 was an NCAA B-cut time - the 200 IM performance was the fifth-fastest 200 IM in school history … swam the second fastest 200 IM in program history, behind teammate Bill Bass … set two additional career-best times at the Shamrock Invitational with swims of 15:59.59 and 56.91 in the 1,650 free and 100 breast, respectively … the 1,650 performance was the fastest time set by an Irish swimmer during the 2010-11 season … additional personal-best performances included showings of 4:42.94 in the 500 free against Pittsburgh, 9:2.39 in the 1,000 free against Michigan State, 2:07.50 in the 200 breast at the Hawkeye Invitational and 1:52.87 against Cleveland State.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Louisiana’s 200910 Swimmer of the Year … swam for St. Paul’s (La.), while winning the team’s career achievement award as a senior … four-time letterwinner … two-time team captain … two-time all-Metro team choice … 2009-10 allNorthlake District MVP … 2009-10 All-Metro MVP … 2009-2010 New Orleans Metro League Schools Male Swimmer of the Year … 2008-09 USA Swimming Scholastic All-American … two-time Louisiana Division 1 state champion … All-American in the 200 individual medley (1:52.95) and 100 breast (57.80) … set seven individual school records and had a hand in six record-breaking relays … member of National Honor Society … president of St. Paul’s Student Council as a senior… first swimmer to win St. Paul’s Jimmy Dunn Memorial Award as the best all-around senior athlete … member of Blast Swim Team … won the Damon McCory Award for Most Outstanding Male Swimmer at the 2010 Louisiana Short Course State Meet… Summer Junior National Qualifier in the 200 IM and 100 breast … ranked 36th nationally among 17-year olds at the IMXtreme Challenge … son of Bill and Maureen Babcock … youngest of two children … grandfather and three uncles graduated from Notre Dame … two cousins have also attended the University … information technology major.

BABCOCK’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 500 Free 4:42.94 Pittsburgh (2010) 1,000 Free 9:28.39 Michigan State (2011) 1,650 Free 15:59.59 Shamrock Invite (2011) 100 Breast 54.19 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Breast 2:00.90 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Fly 1:52.09 Shamrock Invite (2013) 200 IM 1:46.40 BIG EAST (2013) 400 IM 3:52.87 BIG EAST (2013)

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JOSHUA CHOI Senior Breast / IM 6-2 • 183 Folsom, Calif. Vista del Lago AS A JUNIOR (2012-13): Swam in the Shamrock Invitational, earning two fifth-place finishes after completing the 200 medley relay in 1:37.03 and the 400 free relay in 3:12.53… picked up a pair of seventh-place finishes against Cleveland State as he touched the pad in the 100 free in 48.88 and the 100 breast in 1:02.30 … also finished seventh in the 200 IM (2:01.34) … saw action against Pittsburgh where he recorded a fifth-place finish in the 400 free relay (3:14.77) and was the third swimmer to the wall in the 200 breast (2:09.12) … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Specialized in the breaststroke and individual medley disciplines in his second year with the Irish … recorded season-best times in the 100 breast (58.74) and the 200 IM (1:53.23) at the Hawkeye Invitational … top 200 breast time of the season (2:04.79) came at the Shamrock Invitational … touched the wall at 4:13.32 to record his best time of the year in the 200 breast against Louisville … competed for the Irish in dual meets against Northwestern, Louisville, Michigan State, and the quad meet against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11): Swam primarily the breaststroke and individual medley events during his first season with the Irish … set top season times in the 100 breast (58.11) and 200 breast (2:04.55) against league-foe Pittsburgh … touched the pad in

1:53.10 in the 200 IM and 4:01.52 in the 400 IM at the Hawkeye Invitational for top personal times … registered a 52.55 in the Shamrock Invitation in the 100 fly for another top season time. PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned three conference titles with Vista del Lago High School (Calif.) … team captain and MVP as a junior … three-time all-conference choice … named all-city as a senior … earned AllAmerican honors in the 100 breast and 200 individual medley as a junior and senior … set Sierra Valley Conference records in the 100 breast and 200 individual medley … school record holder in the 100 fly, 100 breast, 50 free and 200 individual medley … member of high school’s orchestra and church youth group … son of Susan and Gerald Choi … majoring in pre-professional science.

CHOI’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Breast 57.98 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 Breast 2:03.24 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 100 Fly 51.30 Northwestern Invite (2013) 200 IM 1:51.90 Northwestern Invite (2013) 4:01.52 Hawkeye Invite (2010) 400 IM

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FRANK DYER Senior Free 6-4 • 200 Loudonville, N.Y. Shaker AS A JUNIOR (2012-13): After a recordbreaking sophomore season, continued to rewrite the Irish record books as one of four team captains during junior campaign … joined Bill Bass (2012) as just the second College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) first team Academic All-American in program history … also became the first twotime All-America selection in Notre Dame men’s swimming history … specialized in a number of freestyle events, including the 500 free, breaking the previously set school record with a time of 4:17.39 … placed 16th as a member of the 800 free relay squad (6:25.32) that earned honorable mention All-America honors at the NCAA Championships … set three school records at the BIG EAST Championships, which included a first-place finish in the 50 free (19.62) … was the first swimmer to reach the pad in the 200 medley relay that set a team record time of 1:26.33 … helped relay team set the school record in the 800 free relay with a time of 6:24.40 to earn a runner-up finish … became the first Irish swimmer to win the 500 free (4:20.53) three times at the BIG EAST meet … picked up three first-place finishes at the Northwestern Invitational, including the 50 free (20.45), 100 free (44.71), and the 200 free (1:37.67) titles … 800 free relay team earned a runner-up finish with a time of 6:41.35 at the meet … placed second in the 400 medley relay (3:19.95), 50 free (20.34), 400 free relay (3:01.66), 200 free relay (1:21.71) and the 200 medley relay (1:30.86) to pace Notre Dame at the Shamrock Invitational … swam in nine events at the Hawkeye Invitational, placing in the top eight in every event with four runner-up finishes … turned in a stellar performance against former BIG EAST rival Louisville, taking first-place in the 200 medley relay (1:29.18), 200 free (1:36.85), and the 500 free (4:29.11) … finished second in the 200 free relay (1:22.12) in the same meet … against BIG EAST competitor Pittsburgh, took gold in the 1,000 free (9:25.49) and the 100 free (45.09) … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner.

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Fighting Irish AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Rewrote the Irish record book en route to earning the first men’s swimming All-America honors in Notre Dame history … placed fourth in the 200 freestyle (1:34.00) at the pinnacle of collegiate competition, becoming the first Irish swimmer or diver to crack the top-eight at the NCAA Championships … competed in the 500 free, lowering his school record from earlier in the season to 4:17.97 … also participated in the 100 free (44.04) at the same meet … set four school records at the BIG EAST Championships, highlighted by a first-place finish, BIG EAST and Trees Pool record in the 500 free (4:18.50) … led off the 800 free relay in a school record time of 1:33.71 while helping the Irish to a secondplace finish … took second overall in the individual event of the 200 free (1:34.00) … earned bronze in the 100 free, setting the new school mark down to 43.22 … posted a school record while leading off the second place 200 free relay, becoming the first Irish swimmer to crack the 20-second barrier in the 50 free with a time of 19.84 … contributed to second place finishes on the 400 free relay and the 400 medley relay for the Irish at the BIG EAST Championships … turned in a stellar performance at the Hawkeye Invitational in the 200 free, posting a time of 1:35.58 to break the meet record and set the new pool record … garnered bronze in the 500 free (4:22.28) at the same meet … took second place against

Michigan State by swimming a season-best 49.32 in the 100 fly … placed first in both the 100 free (44.47) and 200 free (1:37.50) while taking second in the 500 free (4:26.05) at the Shamrock Invitational … rose to the occasion against league foe Louisville, snagging gold in the 50 free (20.27) and 500 free (4:27.86) and earned second place points in the 200 free (1:37.91) … represented the Irish at the 2012 US Olympic Trials, highlighted by a 13th-place finish in the 400 meter free (3:52.74), a swim that ranked him in the top-100 performers in the event in the world at the time … also competed in the 50 meter free (23.28, 65th), 100 meter free (50.67, 45th), and 200 meter free (1:50.53, 29th) …named the 2011-2012 Notre Dame Monogram Club MVP Award for the team … earned a monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11): Registered the highest finish at the NCAA Championships in Notre Dame history with his 26th place finish in the 200 free (1:36.15) … became the first freshman, and the second swimmer, to make the NCAA Championships in school history … swam in two additional events at NCAA Championships … those two events were the 100 free (44.05) and the 500 free (4:27.25) … won the 500 free in 4:19.08, which was an NCAA B-cut time, at the BIG EAST Championships … that performance was a school record and first-ever 500 free time under 4:20 in school history … also took second place

DYER’S CAREER BESTS Event Time

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Fighting Irish in the 200 free (1:36.19) and third in the 100 free (44.11) while being a member of the silver medal 800 free relay, the fourth place 200 free relay and the fourth place 400 medley relay at the league meet … all four times were NCAA B-cuts … the 400 medley relay squad also broke the Notre Dame school record with their 3:15.10 showing … top 1,000 free performance showing (9:22.35) came against Michigan State … his performances in the 100 and 200 free at the NCAAs and his 50 free leadoff leg of 20.35 at the BIG EAST Championships earned him second place on the top performers

BERTIE NEL Senior Back / Free 6-0 • 159 Tzaneen, South Africa Ben Vorster AS A JUNIOR (2012-13): Competed in a number of events throughout the course of the year, specializing in the 100 and 200 back and the 200 IM … earned a pair of sixth-place finishes at the BIG EAST Championships in the 200 back (1:47.27) and the 100 back (49.33) … was the third swimmer to reach the wall in the 200 back (1:52.41) at the Shamrock Invitational … also took sixth place in the 100 back (51.58), and helped the 200 medley relay and 400 medley relay team to fourth-place finishes in the same meet … against Cleveland State in a dual meet, placed third in the 200 medley relay (1:36.31), 200 IM (1:56.32), and the 100 back (52.27) … swam the second-fastest 100 back time in program history (48.61) at the Iowa Hawkeye Invitational … in other dual meets, brought home gold in the 100 back (50.42) against Louisville along with a third-place finish in the 200 medley relay, a fifth-place finish in the 200 back, and an eighth-place finish in the 200 IM … against Pittsburgh, racked up two runner-up finishes in the 200 medley relay (1:32.09) and the 100 back (51.00) … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Recorded two top-eight finishes individually at the BIG EAST Championships … earned fourth place in the 200 back (1:46.48) in a lifetime best, NCAA B-cut-earning swim that also vaulted him into

list in school history all three events … had the top team time in the 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 free for the first time since in the Irish joined the BIG EAST conference … qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials in the 100, 200 and 400 meter free events … registered 14 NCAA B-cut swims in his freshman campaign. PREP AND PERSONAL: Prepped at Shaker High School (N.Y.) … three-time team captain … three-time regional champion … twotime state champion … earned All-American recognition in the 50, 100, 200 and 500 free,

and also in the 200 medley relay (which won the New York state title) … set eight school and three sectional records … top times entering Notre Dame: 500 free (4:26.85), 200 free (1:37.97), 100 free (45.95), 50 free (20.65) … member of National Honor Society, Select Chorus and vice president of senior class … attended same high school as junior Brian Maloy … son of Mary and Frank Dyer … father played basketball at Siena … management consulting major.

fourth all-time for the Irish in the event … posted a seventh-place finish in the 100 back (49.35), another lifetime best and fast enough to make him the third-best performer in Irish history in the event … garnered all-BIG EAST honors as part of both the silver-winning 400 medley relay and the bronze-earning 200 medley relay … had a pair of top-eight finishes at the Hawkeye Invitational, swimming the 200 back (1:48.08, sixth) and the 100 back (49.54, seventh) … recorded his season-best time in the 400 IM at the same meet, touching the wall at 4:00.99 … registered third-place points for the Irish in the dual meet against Louisville in the 100 back and a fourth-place showing in the 200 back … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11): Registered a top-eight finish at the BIG EAST Championships with a 1:48.27 performance in the 200 back … also recorded personal- best times of 3:59.22 in

the 400 IM and 1:50.64 in the 200 IM at the league championship … top 100 back time came at the Hawkeye Invitational with a 50.59 showing … swam to another personal-best against Cleveland State, touching the pad in 1:42.62 in the 200 free. PREP AND PERSONAL: Won the bronze medal at the 2010 South African National Short Course Championships in the 200 individual medley … swam for Ben Vorster High School in Tzaneen, South Africa … team captain as a senior … also played rugby … holds a number of provincial, school and club records … competed in two FINA World Cup meets and the 2008 South African Olympic Trials … high school class president … full name is Albertus Jacobus Nel … son of Corne and Joce Nel … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in accounting.

NEL’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 Free 1:42.62 Cleveland State (2011) 100 Back 48.61 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 Back 1:45.99 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 IM 1:49.32 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 400 IM 3:56.15 Hawkeye Invite (2012)

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MATTHEW DEBLASIO Junior Free / Back 6-2 • 190 Dix Hills, N.Y. Half Hollow Hills East AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Saw success in his sophomore season, touching the pad with a season-best 1:48.69 in the 200 back prelims at the BIG EAST Championships … also competed in the 400 IM and recorded a seasonbest third-place finish in 3:50.95, just one hundredth of a second off the Notre Dame school record … finished seventh in the 500 free (4:28.55) at the BIG EAST meet … at the Shamrock Invitational, earned a sixth-place finish in the 200 back (1:55.18) … runner-up in the 500 free (4:33.16) at the Shamrock Invitational … earned two top-five finishes

KEVIN HUGHES Junior Free 6-1 • 180 Rye, N.Y. Rye AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Swam primarily freestyle events throughout the season … earned CSCAA honorable mention All-America distinction … one of a record nine Notre Dame swimmers to qualify for the NCAA Championships … earned a 16th-place finish with the 800 medley relay team at the NCAA Championships to cop an honorable mention All-America scroll … top time in the 1,650 free (15:25.24) came with a fifth-place finish at the BIG EAST Championships … also recorded a season-best during the 200 free (1:36.45, the third-fastest time in program history) and the

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Fighting Irish against Pittsburgh, third-place in the 200 back (1:53.08) and fifth-place in the 200 IM (1:56.19) … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Versatile swimmer who contributed in a variety of strokes and distances … competed in three individual events at the BIG EAST Championships in his inaugural campaign with the Irish, compiling two top-eight finishes … took sixth place in the 200 backstroke (1:47.88) in a season-best time … touched in at eighth in the 400 individual medley and recorded his best time of the season during the preliminary heats (3:52.36) … best 200 IM swim (1:49.44) of the season came in prelims at the BIG EAST Championships … recorded his best 200 butterfly swim (1:53.52) of the year at the Hawkeye Invitational … came in third in the same event in the dual meet against Michigan State, touching in at 1:53.60 … saw other dual meet action against Pittsburgh, Louisville, Purdue, Northwestern, and the quad meet

against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Two-time AllAmerican in the 200 IM … New York State Public High School Champion in the 200 IM as a junior … named to the all-state team as a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior in the 200 IM and 100 back … six-year varsity swimmer at Half Hollow Hills East (N.Y.) … hold school records in the 100 back and 200 IM … swam at the 2010 National Select Camp in Colorado Springs, Colo. … U.S. Nationals qualifier … two-time team captain and MVP … consistently ranked in the top 10 by USA Swimming in his respective age group … qualified for Senior Nationals … placed sixth at NCSA Junior Nationals in 400 IM … member of the National Honor Society … youngest of three children … son of Vicki and Marc DeBlasio … full name is Matthew Michael DeBlasio … double major in management entrepreneurship and economics.

DEBLASIO’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 Back 1:47.88 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Fly 1:48.52 Hawkeye Invite (2011) 200 IM 1:49.44 BIG EAST (2012) 400 IM 3:50.95 BIG EAST (2013) 500 free (4:23.67) at the BIG EAST meet … part of the 800 medley relay team that was runner-up at the BIG EAST Championships and the Northwestern Invitational … showcased freestyle speed at the Shamrock Invitational, being the first swimmer to the wall in the 500 free (4:31.85) and also took home gold against Cleveland State in the 500 free (4:33.04) … took second-place in the 200 free against Cleveland State with a time of 1:40.98 … in dual meet action against Pittsburgh, brought home a pair of runner-up finishes in the 1000 free (9:35.07) and the 400 free relay (3:07.19) … monogram winner AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Talented freestyle specialist who earned three NCAA B-cuts in as many individual swims at the BIG EAST Championships in his first year … highlighted his season with a silver finish and

all-BIG EAST honors in the 1,650 free (15:17.53), the third-best performance in the event in team history… took fourth place in the 500 free (4:24.43) at the BIG EAST Championships … finished tenth (1:37.68) in a loaded 200 free field at the same meet … recorded a lead-off split during the 1,650 free for the first 1,000 yards (9:14.59), the fourth-fastest time in that distance in team history … swam the 100 backstroke at the Hawkeye Invitational, recording a season-best time of 51.74 … participated in dual meets against Louisville, Northwestern, Purdue, Michigan State, and the quad meet against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-time letterwinner under head coach Carle Fierro at Rye (N.Y.) … All-American as a sophomore as part of the school’s 400 free relay squad …

HUGHES’ CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 Free 1:36.45 BIG EAST (2013) 500 Free 4:23.67 BIG EAST (2013) 1,000 Free 9:14.59 BIG EAST (2012) 1,650 Free 15:17.53 BIG EAST (2012) 100 Back 51.27 Northwestern Invite (2013)

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named to the all-state team in his sophomore and junior seasons … competes with the Hydroquatics Swim Team on the club level … summer National and Junior National qualifier … competed in 10K Open Water Nationals … member of the 2010-11 National Youth Team … scholastic All-American … full name is Kevin John Hughes … son of Lisa and John Hughes … youngest of three children … sister, Katie (Maryland), and brother, Michael (Boston College), have both swam at the collegiate level … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in accounting.

BRENNAN JACOBSEN Junior Free / Fly 6-2 • 180 Whittier, Calif. Sonora AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Competed primarily in freestyle as well as butterfly events during the course of the season … recorded season-best 1,650 time (15:22.12) with a fourth-place finish at the BIG EAST Championships … garnered bronze with a season-best time of 4:23.71 in the 500 free in the same meet … at the Northwestern Invitational, took fifth place in the 1,650 free (16:01.21) … stayed consistent in the 1,650 free all season, which included a finish in second against Cleveland State with a time of 16:06.02… finished in third place in the 500 free (4:43.71) in the same meet … saw race action in dual meets against Louisville and Pittsburgh … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Distance swimmer who made an immediate impact, winning an individual BIG EAST Championship in his first year while also accumulating another All-BIG EAST accolade and achieving three NCAA B-cuts … won the 1,650 freestyle at the BIG EAST Championships, posting a season-best time of 15:16.77, which also earned him second place in the Notre Dame team record books … took second in the 500 freestyle, recording a readout of 4:24.28 which was good for an NCAA B-cut … placed eighth in the 200 butterfly with his best time of the season during prelims

(1:48.00) … turned in a 1,000 freestyle split of 9:14.40 during the 1,650 at the BIG EAST Championships, which placed him second in team history for the event … came in third in the 1,650 in dual meet action against Michigan State … also competed in meets against Pittsburgh, Northwestern, Louisville, Purdue, and the quad meet against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … represented the Irish at the 2012 US Olympic Trials, competing in the 400 meter free (4:07.75, 109th) and the 1,500 meter free (16:10.61, 78th) … earned a monogram.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned three varsity letters while swimming as a prep at Sonora (Calif.) … two-time All-American … three-time team captain … finished first at 2010 CIF meet in the 500 free (4:24.82) … placed first at the 2010 CIF Masters meet in the 200 free (1:40.12) … consolation finalist at 2010 Long Course Junior Nationals in the 400 free (3:58.28) and 1,500 free (15:47.84) … 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier … son of Patty and Todd Jacobsen … father swam at UC-San Diego … full name is Brennan Paul Jacobsen … oldest of three children … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters, majoring in history.

JACOBSEN’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 500 Free 4:23.71 BIG EAST (2013) 1,000 Free 9:14.40 BIG EAST (2012) 1,650 Free 15:16.77 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Fly 1:48.00 BIG EAST (2012)

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BRODERICK KELLEY Junior Fly / Free 5-10 • 170 Pittsburgh, Pa. Shady Side AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Posted a career-best time of 1:47.91 in the 200 fly at the BIG EAST Championships … was part of the 400 medley relay team who took home a fifthplace finish at the Shamrock Invitational … also participated in the 400 free relay, placing fifth, and the 200 free relay placing fourth at the same meet … swam in a dual meet with Cleveland State, earning a third-place finish as

MICHAEL KREFT Junior Diving 5-9 • 170 Solon, Ohio Solon AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Successful sophomore campaign with the Irish diving team over the course of the season … named co-Diver of the Year at the BIG EAST Championships, diving to a second-place finish off the 3-meter board with a score of 338.20 … also placed sixth in the platform with a score of 227.70 and fourth in the 1-meter with a score of 300.05 … earned a pair of fifth-place finishes at the Northwestern Invitational in the 1-meter (287.30) and the 3-meter (293.80) events … showed flashes of dominance against Louisville, taking gold in the 3-meter (367.06) and runner-up in the 1-meter (295.42) dives … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12):

Immediate contributor to the diving squad his first year, gaining all-BIG EAST honors … earned the bronze medal at the BIG EAST

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Fighting Irish part of the 200 medley relay team … individually swam to a fourth-place finish in the 100 fly (51.66) against Cleveland State … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Specialized in both lengths of butterfly as well as middledistance freestyle … swam three events at the BIG EAST Championships … set career-bests in the 200 fly (1:49.29) and 100 fly (49.41) at the meet … also participated in the 500 free (4:35.83) … season-best in the 500 free came at the Hawkeye Invitational (4:33.86) … saw dual meet action during the season against Pittsburgh, Louisville, Michigan State, Northwestern, Purdue, and the quad meet against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … monogram winner.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Led Shady Side (Pa.) to the state title as a senior … four-time letterwinner in swimming while earning three letters as a middle distance runner on the track squad … three-time regional champion … two-time team captain and All-American … Junior National qualifier in 2010 and 2011 … holds team records in the 200 medley relay, 400 free relay and 100 fly … active with student council (president) and chamber choir in high school … Yale Award of Pittsburgh … full name is Broderick Dunn Kelley … son of Joseph and Karen Kelley … has two siblings, Caitlin and Sean … Caitlin graduated from Notre Dame in 2011 … enrolled in the College of Engineering, majoring in civil engineering.

KELLEY’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 500 Free 4:30.44 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 100 Fly 49.41 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Fly 1:47.91 BIG EAST (2013) Championships in the 3-meter dive (311.35) while taking fourth in the 1-meter dive (277.75) … season-high point totals came in dual meet action against Northwestern, posting scores of 322.50 in the 1-meter dive and 364.43 in the 3-meter dive, placing first in both … took second in both events in the dual meet against Michigan State … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-time AllAmerican … Ohio’s 2010 state champion after placing second in 2009 … seventh at the state meet in 2008 … multiple Junior National qualifier while competing with the American Flyers Diving Club … dove for four years under Marc Cahalane at Solon (Ohio) … set the 11-dive pool (534.05) and school record at Solon … also holds pool records at Lakewood and Strongsville … three-time team MVP … fourtime all-conference, all-city and all-state selection … two-time Cleveland Plain Dealer Player of the Week … three time NOC Scholar Athlete Award recipient … nationally-ranked throughout prep career … captain of the diving squad at Solon … plays the guitar, mandolin, and electric violin … oldest of three children … son of Kan and John Kreft … full name is Michael Francis Kreft … enrolled in the College of Science, majoring in pre-professional science.

KREFT’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 1-meter (6) 322.50 Northwestern (2012) 3-meter (6) 367.06 Louisville (2012)

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JAMES MCELDREW Junior Free / Back / IM 5-11 • 160 Northwales, Pa. Germantown Academy AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Clocked a season-best 400 IM time of 3:53.91 at the BIG EAST Championships, earning a sixth-place finish … garnered two top-eight finishes at the Northwestern Invitational in the 400 IM (4:04.38) and the 200 back (1:52.39) … at the Shamrock Invitational, participated in the 1,650 free, earning a sixth-place finish with a time of 4:04.30 … also swam the 200 back and 800 free relay in the same meet … brought home a runner-up finish against Louisville in the 1,000 free (9:28.88) … was the fastest swimmer in the 500 free against Pittsburgh with a time of

4:35.58 … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Distance freestyle and backstroke specialist for the Irish who set the top time in team history in the 1,000 free during his first season … set the new record in the 1,000 free (9:13.41) as a split of his 1,650 free swim at the BIG EAST Championships, where he would eventually finish fifth (15:28.19) … also recorded two eighth-place finishes at the same meet, setting season-best times in prelims in the 500 free (4:27.05) and the 200 back (1:47.68) … placed second in the 1,000 free (9:21.53) against league foe Louisville … placed first in the same event against Pittsburgh, turning in a time of 9:25.95 … took gold in the 1,650 free against Michigan State with a time of 15:44.39 … also competed in dual meets against Northwestern and a quad meet against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … represented the Irish at the 2012 US Olympic

Trials, competing in the 1,500 meter free (16:16.16, 82nd) and the 200 meter back (2:05.68, 75th) … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: 2012 U.S. Olympics Trials qualifier in 200 back and 1,500 free … All-American in the 500 free (4:31.36) as a junior … four-year letterwinner and twotime captain for Richard Shoulberg at Germantown Academy (Pa.) … twice named All-American and two-time team captain … three-time all-conference performer … qualified for three events at the Grand Prix Meet in 2010 … U.S. Nationals qualifier … member of the Community Service Organization … full name is James Joseph McEldrew … one of four children … son of Debbie and James McEldrew … sisters Kelly (Georgetown) and Caitlin (Oberlin) both ran track and cross country at the collegiate level … enrolled in the College of Science, majoring in science-business.

MCELDREW’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 500 Free 4:27.05 BIG EAST (2012) 1,000 Free 9:13.41 BIG EAST (2012) 1,650 Free 15:28.19 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Back 1:47.68 BIG EAST (2012)

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CAMERON MILLER Junior Breast / IM 6-1 • 190 Michigan City, Ind. Michigan City AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Had a breakout sophomore season, capped by being one of a record nine Notre Dame swimmers to qualify for the 2013 NCAA Championships … member of the school record breaking 200 medley relay squad that earned a first-place finish in 1:26.33 at the BIG EAST Championships … swam the second-fastest time in the 200 breast (1:56.24) in school history to finish in third place at the BIG EAST Championships … also swam top time of the year in the 100 breast (53.53) as well as the 200 IM with a 1:47.94 in prelims at the BIG EAST meet … at the Northwestern Invitational, brought home a pair of fourth-place finishes in the 100 breast (56.48) and the 200 breast (2:04.05) … third swimmer to finish the 100 breast (56.05) and the 200 breast (2:01.84) at the Shamrock Invitational … against Louisville, was part of the first-place

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Fighting Irish 200 medley relay team … runner-up in the 100 breast (55.29) and third place in the 200 breast (2:02.83) against the Cardinals … was a member of the winning 200 medley relay team against Pittsburgh … was one of four recipients of the Notre Dame Most Improved Award at the season-ending team banquet … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Primarily competed in the breaststroke and individual medley in his inaugural season with the Irish … garnered all-BIG EAST honors as a member of the 200 medley relay that took third at the BIG EAST Championships … recorded three top-six finishes in individual events at the same meet … moved into second-place all-time for both breaststroke events thanks to a pair of fourthplace finishes, recording a 54.39 for the 100 breast and a 1:57.57 for the 200 breast, both NCAA B-cuts … took sixth in the 200 IM at the BIG EAST Championships, turning in a time of 1:49.10, good for his third NCAA B-cut of the season … swept both breaststroke events in the dual meet versus Michigan State, recording times of 56.82 for the 100 breast and 2:01.10 for the 200 breast … completed the same breaststroke sweep against Pittsburgh …

represented the Irish at the 2012 US Olympic Trials, competing in the 100 meter breast (1:02.86, 33rd) and the 200 breast (2:17.05, 39th) … monogram winner. PREP AND PERSONAL: Five-time AllAmerican … named to U.S. Junior National team … held a national ranking since his freshman season … finished in the top four in the Indiana state meet in the 100 breast and 200 IM as a junior … four-time letterwinner and four-time captain at Michigan City (Ind.) … currently holds 11 high school records and one sectional record … competed in Barcelona, Spain, as a member of the National Youth Team … 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier … member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, student council, science club, math team and the choral club as well as serving as the vice president of the Spanish club … full name is Cameron Michael Miller … son of Nancy and Michael Miller … oldest of five children … fourth member of family – including two uncles and an aunt – to attend Notre Dame … uncle, John, was a fencer and played water polo at Notre Dame … enrolled in the College of Science, majoring in sciencebusiness.

MILLER’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Breast 53.53 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Breast 1:56.24 BIG EAST (2013) 200 IM 1:47.94 BIG EAST (2013)

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PATRICK MURPHY Junior Free / Fly 6-0 • 145 Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The Bolles School AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Swam primarily in freestyle events during his sophomore campaign … at the Northwestern Invitational, brought home a fourth-place finish and season-best time in the 1,650 free (15:55.15) … helped the 200 free relay team to a fifth-place finish at the Shamrock Invitational … was the fifth swimmer to touch the wall in the 1,650 free (16:24.17) against Cleveland State … placed sixth in the 500 free (4:52.67) in the same meet … swam to a sixth-place finish in the 200 free relay against BIG EAST foe Louisville … finished eighth in the 1,000 free (9:59.93) against Pittsburgh and was also part

of the 400 free relay team that finished fourth … received the Patrick Reilly McManus Captain’s Award, presented each year by team captains to the Notre Dame swimmer who best exemplifies the qualities of being a great teammate in and out of the pool … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Swam a wide range of freestyle distances as well as the 200 fly in his first campaign … swam three events at the BIG EAST Championships and recorded season-best times in each … recorded readouts of 1:41.04 in the 200 free, 4:30.25 in the 500 free, and 15:52.72 in the 1,650 free at the meet … posted a season-best time in the 200 fly (1:56.18) at the Hawkeye Invitational … saw dual meet action against Michigan State, Louisville, Northwestern, Valparaiso, Pittsburgh, and the quad meet against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … was honored with the Meghan Beeler and Colleen Hipp Award, which is presented annually to the freshman who best

demonstrates vitality, competitiveness and love for Notre Dame … earned monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Swam for The Bolles School (Fla.), which won the 2009-10 Swimming World high school national championship … former Irish women’s swimmer Katie Casey also swam for the same prep program … four-time letterwinner … Junior National qualifier and USA Swimming Scholastic All-American as a member of the Bolles School Sharks club … team-captain and all-city choice as a senior … led prep squad to state titles in 2009 and 2010 … won Babe Ruth Foundation Award for high ideals in scholarship, leadership, patriotism and athletic achievement … son of Katy and Pat Murphy … has two siblings, Shannon and Ryan … full name is Patrick Sullivan Murphy … active in National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society and Outward Bound Club … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in finance.

MURPHY’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 Free 1:40.85 Northwestern Invite (2013) 500 Free 4:30.25 BIG EAST (2012) 1,650 Free 15:52.72 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Fly 1:54.09 Hawkeye Invite (2012)

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JOHN NAPPI Junior Free / IM 6-0 • 165 Pittsburgh, Pa. Mount Lebanon AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Turned in two season-best performances at the BIG EAST Championships with a third-place finish in the 1,650 free (15:21.63) and a fourth-place finish in the 400 IM (3:51.33) … was the fifth swimmer to touch the wall in the 500 free (4:25.09) at the BIG EAST Championships … took home a top-five finish at the Northwestern Invitational as a member of the 800 free relay team (6:53.91) along with a sixth-place finish in the 500 free (4:37.03) … recorded best finish of the year as runner-up in the 1,650 free (15:49.81) at the Shamrock Invitational … was part of the third place 800 free relay team at the same meet … was a strong competitor in dual meet action, finishing third in the 1,000 free (9:33.20), fourth in the 500 free (4:39.40) and

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Fighting Irish fourth in the 200 free relay (1:24.31) against Louisville … took bronze in the 200 free (1:43.33) and fourth in the 200 IM (1:55.94) against Pittsburgh … was one of four recipients of the Notre Dame Most Improved Award at the season-ending team banquet … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Swam the full range of freestyle events for the Irish in his inaugural campaign, capping off his season with two top-eight finishes at the BIG EAST Championships … nabbed an NCAA B-cut en route to a fourth-place finish in the 1,650 free (15:27.69) at the BIG EAST Championships … took seventh at the same meet in the 500 free (4:27.13) … also competed in the 200 free, recording a time of 1:38.74 in prelims which stood as his fastest readout of the season … clocked his fastest 100 free time of the season at the Hawkeye Invitational (46.81) while leading off a relay … took second in the 1,650 free in dual meet action against Michigan State, posting a 15:50.12 … saw additional dual meet

competition against Louisville, Pittsburgh, Northwestern, Purdue, and the quad meet against Michigan, Oakland, and TCU … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Prepped at Mt. Lebanon (Pa.) while earning four varsity letters with the swim team … nine-time All-American … short course nationals qualifier … holds school records in the 200 IM, 500 free and 200/400 free relays … WPIAL champion in the 200 IM as a junior … 500 free state champion as a senior … three-time team MVP and team captain … four times named to the allconference, all-city and all-state squads … member of National Honor Society and studentathlete council … son of Kathy and Frank Nappi … full name is John Francis Nappi … sister, Mary, swam at Wooster … father swam at Westminster College … hails from same area as Notre Dame women’s basketball player Madison Cable … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in accounting.

NAPPI’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Free 46.81 Hawkeye Invite (2011) 200 Free 1:38.74 BIG EAST (2012) 500 Free 4:25.09 BIG EAST (2013) 1,650 Free 15:21.63 BIG EAST (2013) 200 IM 1:55.54 Shamrock Invite (2012)

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NICK NEMETZ Junior Diving 5-10 • 145 Ann Arbor, Mich. Pioneer AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Earned a season-best total score of 254.45 and a fourthplace finish in the platform dive at the BIG EAST Championships … also tallied a runner-up finish in the 1-meter dive with a score of 310.05 at the same meet … was the top diver in the 1-meter at the Northwestern Invitational with a score of 316.35 … also garnered a fourth-place finish in the 3-meter at the same meet … was runner-up in the 1-meter at the Shamrock Invitational with a score of 328.30, also picked up a third-place finish in the 3-meter (331.80) … claimed his second first-place finish of the season in the 1-meter at the Hawkeye Invitational with a score of 331.40 … took second place in the 3-meter and fifth place in

the platform at the same meet … swept the top spot in the 1-meter (321.75) and 3-meter (380.25) dives against Pittsburgh … against Louisville, was the best diver with a score of 329.85 in the 1-meter and runner-up in the 3-meter … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Breakthrough debut season for the Irish, finishing in the topfive of each regular season event he competed in … earned BIG EAST Most Outstanding Diver honors after winning two BIG EAST Diving Championships … scored 322.30 points to take the 1-meter dive and added the 3-meter title with 325.15 points … 19th-place finisher off the 3-meter board at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships (287.35) … claimed 12th place in the 1-meter dive at the meet with a cumulative score of 621.95 … double-winner in a dual meet with Michigan State, setting career-bests in both the 1-meter (353.85) and 3-meter (354.23) events … runner-up finisher in the 1-meter (290.40) and 3-meter dives (332.63) at the Shamrock Invitational … logged a second place 3-meter score of 344.33 in a dual meet against Northwestern … monogram winner.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-time AllAmerican diver … collected all-state, all-city and all-conference accolades each of his four years at Ann Arbor Pioneer (Mich.) … won state title as a sophomore and placed third as a junior … earned four varsity letters … competed at the 2010 Junior Nationals … team captain as a senior … holds the pool record at Sayne High School … member of the National Honor Society and the Community Volunteer Club … has a twin sister, Margaret … son of Theresa and Ed Nemetz … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business, majoring in management entrepreneurship.

NEMETZ’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 353.85 Michigan State (2012) 1-meter (6) 3-meter (6) 380.25 Pittsburgh (2012)

PATRICK OLSON Junior Free / Breast / Fly / IM 6-2 • 179 Marlton, N.J. St. Joseph’s AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Recorded top times of the season in the 400 IM (3:53.27) prelims and the 200 IM (1:50.98) prelims at the BIG EAST Championships … had a strong showing at the Northwestern Invitational, placing fourth in the 200 IM (1:51.29) and third in the 400 IM (4:02.74) … swam five events at the Shamrock Invitational, finishing with two fifth-place finishes in the 100 fly (50.47) and 200 free relay (1:27.45), two sixth-place finishes

in the 400 IM (4:03.98) and 200 IM (1:52.64), and a fourth-place finish in the 800 free relay … turned in a fast performance against Pittsburgh with a runner-up finish in the 200 breast (2:06.75) and also a runner-up finish in the 200 IM (1:52.57) … monogram winner.

AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Regular entrant in the 200 free, 200 breast, and 200 and 400 IM in his first collegiate season … made first Notre Dame appearance at the quad meet with Michigan, TCU and Oakland, competing in the 200 breast and 200 IM … third-place

OLSON’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Breast 56.10 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 Breast 2:01.18 BIG EAST (2013) 200 IM 1:48.29 BIG EAST (2013) 400 IM 3:53.27 BIG EAST (2013)

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STUDENT-ATHLETES finisher in the 400 IM (4:05.47) in a dual meet at Purdue … touched the wall in 1:49.68 in the 200 IM and 3:56.30 in the 400 IM at the Hawkeye Invitational … logged a third-place finish (4:01.89) in the 400 IM at the Shamrock Invitational … clocked a 1:51.72 for fourth in the 200 IM at the same meet … swam three events at the BIG EAST Championships, setting personal-bests in the 200 breast (2:03.07) and the 400 IM (3:54.23) … won a monogram.

Fighting Irish PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned All-America honors in three of his four prep seasons … 2012 U.S. Olympics Trials qualifier in 200 back and 1,500 free … four-time letterwinner at St. Joseph’s Prep (Pa.) … qualified for the final heat in both the 200 and 400 IM at the 2010 Summer Junior Nationals … U.S. Nationals qualifier … led team to three conference, sectional and regional titles … team was nationally-ranked at the end of final three prep campaigns … four-time all-conference and

all-city honoree … three-time all-state performer … twice named to the all-Catholic League squad … also lettered in lacrosse and football … full name is Patrick James Olson … son of Catherine and John Olson … mother swam at Villanova … father played football at the United States Merchant Marine Academy … oldest of three children … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a double major in management entrepreneurship and economics.

record in the event at the Rolfs Aquatic Center … facility-best time was .02 seconds faster than the previous best time at the Rolfs Aquatic Center set by Dan Szilier in 1998 … shattered the school mark by more than two seconds in the event, swimming a preliminary 1:57.06 at the BIG EAST Championships … earned a thirdplace finish in the 200 breast with a time of 1:57.44 in the finals of the meet … logged the seventh-best 100 breast swim of all-time, touching the wall in 54.66 at the BIG EAST Championships … recorded the second-fastest 200 IM time in school history in a fourth-place finish at the BIG EAST Championships … monogram winner. PREP AND PERSONAL: All-American as a sophomore and junior in the 100 and 200 breaststroke … 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier … two-time PIAA state champion record holder in the 100 breast … Pennsylvania

District IV record holder and state champion in the 200 IM (1:52.53) … also set district record in the 100 breast (57.04) … four-time letterwinner and two-time captain for Mark Barnes at Bloomsburg Area (Pa.) … qualified for short court nationals … currently holds six school records and each pool record … went undefeated in his freshman, sophomore and junior years, while being a regional champion over that same period … also lettered in tennis and track … member of the National Honor Society … full name is Zachary John Stephens … son of Ann and John Stephens … youngest of four children … sister, Jessica, swam for Notre Dame … brother, Matthew, ran cross country at Princeton … brother, Justin, swam at Villanova … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business as a double major in marketing and economics.

ZACH STEPHENS Junior Breast / IM 5-11 • 150 Bloomsburg, Pa. Bloomsburg AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Had a strong sophomore season, and was selected as the team’s Notre Dame National Monogram Club Most Valuable Player … one of two Notre Dame individual point scorers for the Irish after a 16th-place finish in the 200 breast (1:56.43) at the NCAA Championships … set an Irish record with a 1:55.21 performance in the 200 breast at the BIG EAST Championships … also set an Irish record with the 200 medley relay ‘A’ team with a first-place finish and time of 1:26.33 … was the first swimmer to the wall in the 200 IM for a season-best time of 1:45.41 at the BIG EAST meet … recorded a season-best time of 53.17 in the 100 breast in the same meet … brought home a runner-up finish in the 200 IM (1:50.11) to go along with a pair of third-place finishes in the 200 medley relay and the 400 free relay … showed dominance in the 200 breast at the Shamrock Invitational being the first swimmer to reach the pad … gathered a duo of secondplace finishes during the Hawkeye Invitational, one as a member of the 200 free relay team (1:19.56) and one in the 200 breast (1:58.26) … against Louisville won gold and set the pool record in the 200 breast (1:59.93) … earned a first-place finish in the 200 free against Pittsburgh, turning in a time of 1:41.79 … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Enjoyed a historic season competing in the 200 breast, shattering both the school record and the pool

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STEPHENS’ CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Free 45.50 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 100 Breast 53.17 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Breast 1:55.21 BIG EAST (2013) 200 IM 1:45.41 BIG EAST (2013) 100 Fly 49.43 Hawkeye Invite (2012)

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TED WAGNER Junior Diving 5-10 • 150 Naperville, Ill. Neuqua AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Dove to a pair of fifth-place finishes off the 3-meter (320.25) and the 1-meter boards, earning a season-best 299.80 points to go along with a second-place and season-best 258.90 point performance in the platform at the BIG EAST Championship … in the 3-meter at the Northwestern Invitational, collected 308.00 points and a bronze finish … found success in the 3-meter during the Shamrock Invitational, earning second-place (339.70) … claimed two bronze finishes against Cleveland State in the 1-meter (288.82) and the 3-meter (278.25)

JOHN WILLIAMSON Junior Free / Fly 6-1 • 180 Bloomington, Ill. University AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Enjoyed a a stellar year for the Irish as one of a programrecord nine swimmers to qualify for the NCAA Championships … earned four points in the 200 fly (1:44.18) thanks to a 13th place finish in the event at the NCAA Championships … defended his 200 fly championship with a school record breaking performance in the 200 fly (1:43.94), and also earned third in the 100 fly with a season-best time of 47.93 at the BIG EAST Championship … was the top swimmer in the 200 fly (1:49.88) at the Northwestern Invitational … earned three top-five finishes at the Shamrock Invitational with the 400 free

events … performed well in the 3-meter against Pittsburgh, gaining 349.80 points, good enough for second-place … was one of four recipients of the Notre Dame Most Improved Award at the season-ending team banquet … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Competed in both the 1 and 3-meter dives in his first collegiate season … runner-up finish in the 3-meter dive with a personal-best score of 299.10 points at Pittsburgh … logged a score of 264.16 in a fourth place 3-meter effort at Louisville … earned third place in the 1-meter (270.45) and 3-meter (329.48, personal-best) dives in a dual meet against Michigan State … won a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-time letterwinner at Neuqua (Ill.) while also earning NISCA All-American honors in 2010 … holds school’s 11-dive record … placed in the top 12 at the Illinois state meet as a sophomore and seventh as a junior … three-time conference

champion … team captain as a senior … runner-up at AAU national championships in 1-meter event in the 18-over age group … Indian Prairie Scholar and member of National Society of High School Scholars … son of Carolyn and John Wagner … oldest of three children … cousin, Andy Bonk, was a fencer at Notre Dame … hails from the same area as former Irish swimmer Kevin Overholt … enrolled in the College of Engineering, majoring in mechanical engineering.

WAGNER’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 1-meter (6) 299.80 BIG EAST (2013) 3-meter (6) 339.70 Shamrock Invite (2013) relay (3:08.60), in the 200 fly (1:51.80) and with the 800 free relay (7:02.49) … earned two runner-up results in the 100 fly (51.25) and as part of the 200 free relay (1:27.73) against Cleveland State … against Louisville, was the second swimmer to the wall in the 200 fly (1:49.94) … was one of four recipients of the Notre Dame Most Improved Award at the season-ending team banquet … monogram winner. AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12): Specialized in the free and fly in his first season with the Irish … set personal-bests in both the 500 free (4:26.50) and the 100 fly (49.27) at the BIG EAST Championships … won the 200 fly at the BIG EAST Championships with a time of 1:44.74, his third career-best time posted at the meet … earned a pair of fourth-place finishes in the 100 (51.54) and 200 fly (1:54.41) at the quad meet with Michigan, Oakland and TCU … won the 200 fly in a dual meet at Pittsburgh with a time

of 1:51.32 for his first career race victory … claimed third place in the 200 fly (1:51.89) at Purdue … earned a monogram. PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned four varsity letters while swimming as a prep at University (Ill.) … six-time All-American … fastest Illinois 16-year old ever in the 100 fly (LCM/SCY) and 200 fly (SCY) … second at the 2010 Illinois state meet in the 200 free (1:39.21) and 100 fly (49.49) … competed at the 2009 state meet in the 100 fly, 200 free, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay … finished seventh that season in the 100 fly … U.S. Nationals qualifier … holds school and area records in the 100 fly, 100 free, 200 free, 200 medley relay, and 400 free relay … member of the 2010 NCSA Junior National Team … son of Laura and Bill Williamson … one of five children … enrolled in the College of Engineering, majoring in civil engineering.

WILLIAMSON’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 Free 1:40.61 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 500 Free 4:24.87 BIG EAST (2013) 100 Fly 47.93 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Fly 1:43.94 BIG EAST (2013)

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BOGAC AYHAN Sophomore Back / Fly 6-1 • 182 London, England Woodhouse College AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Had an impressive freshman campaign as a member of the 200 and 400 medley relay teams that participated in the NCAA Championships … notched season-best times at the BIG EAST Championships in numerous events including the 100 fly prelims (49.38), 100 back (48.80),

MATTHEW BUERGER Sophomore Back / Free / IM 5-11 • 193 Wexford, Pa. North Allegheny AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Turned in the team’s fastest time of the season in the 200 back prelims (1:45.78) at the BIG EAST Championships, while also recording a seasonbest in the 100 back prelims (48.77) … the 200 back swim was the third-fastest in school history … picked up a pair of top-eight finishes

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50m back at the 2011 European Juniors in Belgrade, Serbia … ranked 15th in the 100m back at the 2011 World Youth Championships in Lima, Peru … swam with the Camden Swiss Cottage club team, reaching third in the national rankings in 2008 … four-time letterwinner in swimming at Woodhouse College in London … member of four conference and regional championship teams … served as team captain his senior year … lettered in soccer as a freshman and sophomore … club went undefeated in both seasons … son of Debbie Ayhan … has one older sibling, Metin … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

AYHAN’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 50 Free 21.40 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 100 Back 48.27 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Back 1:48.18 BIG EAST (2013) 100 Fly 49.24 BIG EAST (2013)

at the Northwestern Invitational, hitting the pad in the 100 back in 51.26 and the 200 medley relay in 1:32.52 … swam at the Shamrock Invitational, placing fifth in three different events … in dual meet action, picked up two fourth-place finishes in the 100 and 200 back … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letterwinner at North Allegheny High School for coach Kirk Semler … won two team state championships and three district championships with the Tigers … won an individual state

championship in the 200 IM … nine-time district individual/relay champion … also participated in water polo at North Allegheny … swam with the Allegheny North Swim Club … U.S. Olympic trial qualifier in the 100m backstroke with a time of 57.40 … son of David and Sonya Buerger … has two brothers, Jonathan and Zachary … has one sister, Victoria … father David (Allegheny) and uncle Daniel Buerger (Duke) were both collegiate swimmers … brother Jonathan currently swims at Virginia … enrolled in the College of Science, majoring in pre-professional science.

BUERGER’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Free 46.63 BIG EAST (2013) 100 Back 48.77 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Back 1:45.78 BIG EAST (2013) 200 IM 1:51.02 BIG EAST (2013)

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MICHAEL HUDSPITH Sophomore Free 5-9 • 150 Ranchos Palos Verdes, Calif. Palos Verdes AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Primarily swam freestyle events … took home a pair of sixth-place finishes from the Northwestern Invitational including the 200 free (1:41.29) and the 400 free relay (3:05.24) … part of a relay team that finished fifth in the 800 free relay (6:53.91) at the same meet … was a part of

ANDREW JENSEN Sophomore Breast / IM 6-1 • 175 Sugar Land, Texas Clements

three relay teams that had three fourth-place finishes at the Shamrock Invitational, including the 400 free relay (3:08.60), the 200 free relay (1:26.27), and the 800 free relay (7:02.49) … in dual meet action, brought home the gold against Cleveland State in the 200 free (1:40.29), and was runner-up on the 200 free relay (1:27.73) team … at the Hawkeye Invitational, helped lead the 800 free relay squad to a runner-up finish … also saw dual action meet against Louisville and Pittsburgh, bringing home silver against Pittsburgh in the 400 free relay (3:07.19) … recipient of the Meghan Beeler and Colleen Hipp Award, given to the outstanding freshman who best exemplifies vitality, competitiveness and love for Notre

Dame … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. PREP AND PERSONAL: Won four letters swimming for Palos Verdes High School … three-time all-conference selection … earned All-America honors as a senior … swam with the La Mirada Armada club team … finalist at the 2011 NCSA Junior Nationals and the USA Junior Nationals … also competed at the 2011 Itoman Open International Friendships Meet, the 2011 Bay League Conference Finals and the 2012 New Zealand Open Olympic Trials … son of Kevin and Karen Hudspith … has one sister, Caitlin … enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters.

HUDSPITH’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Free 46.10 BIG EAST (2013) 1:39.53 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 Free 500 Free 4:30.80 Hawkeye Invite (2012) AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Saw limited action during his freshman season … recorded a seventh-place finish in the 100 breast (58.76) at the Shamrock Invitational … in dual meet action against Cleveland State, finished sixth in the 200 free (1:53.18) … against Pittsburgh, swam to a fourth-place finish in the 100 breast (59.53) and a fifth-place finish in the 400 free relay (3:14.77) … monogram winner. PREP AND PERSONAL: Three-year letterwinner at Saline (Mich.) High School for

coach Todd Brunty … primary events were distance and the individual medley … member of two undefeated seasons and the 2011 state championship team with the Hornets … allconference selection … transferred to Clements High School for his senior season … also swam with Club Wolverine and the First Colony Swim Team … qualified for the Short Course Junior National Finals in the 200 breast … son of Leif and Mary Jensen … has one sister, Kathryn … enrolled in the College of Science.

JENSEN’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Breast 56.56 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 2:03.02 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 Breast 200 IM 1:53.01 Hawkeye Invite (2012)

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SHANE MCKENZIE Sophomore Free / Fly / IM 5-10 • 160 Newtown, Pa. St. Joseph’s Prep AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Saw action in the 1,600 free (15:42.88), 200 back (1:49.49), 200 IM (1:51.39) and 400 IM (3:56.86) at the BIG EAST Championships … participated in six

MICHAEL SCHEID Sophomore Back / IM 5-8 • 145 Louisville, Ky. Saint Xavier

Fighting Irish regular season meets during his freshman campaign … in the Shamrock Invitational, placed fifth in the 200 back (1:54.24) … swam against Pittsburgh in the 200 back (1:55.22), earning fifth place, and also was a member of the 400 free relay team that reaped a fifth-place finish … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letterman at St. Joseph’s Prep for coach Paul Morrissey … member of a Philadelphia Catholic League Championship team with the Hawks … four-time all-Philadelphia Catholic

League selection … named to the all-state team … Scholastic All-American … club squad was the Tri-Hampton YMCA Swim Team … YMCA Nationals Finalist … YMCA AllAmerican … USA Swimming Junior and Senior Nationals qualifier … named an AP Scholar with Distinction … member of the National Honor Society … received a Silver Medal for chemistry at St. Joseph’s Prep … son of Paul and Lori McKenzie … has one sister, Kylie … has one brother, Brandon … enrolled in the College of Engineering as a chemical engineering major.

MCKENZIE’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 500 Free 4:35.18 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 Back 1:49.49 BIG EAST (2013) 200 IM 1:51.39 BIG EAST (2013) 400 IM 3:56.83 Hawkeye Invite (2012)

AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Primarily saw action in the backstroke … brought home two top-six finishes against Cleveland State in the 1,650 free (17:02.25) and the 100 back (54.88) … finished seventh in the 100 back (53.33) against Louisville … against Pittsburgh, placed sixth in the 200 back (1:56.90) … BIG EAST Academic All-Star … monogram winner. PREP AND PERSONAL: Lettered in all four years of competition for Saint Xavier High School … member of four state championship teams, including undefeated seasons in 2010 and 2011 … state title won during his senior year was the 24th-straight for Saint Xavier … three-time

all-state selection … three-time 100 back state champion … team captain as a senior, and also chosen as the squad’s Most Valuable Swimmer … swam with the Lakeside SeaHawks club team, serving as a team captain … presented with the Jack Thompson 110% Award, given to a successful swimmer who maintains a steadfast perseverance in the sport of swimming … inducted into the National Honor Society and Chinese National Honor Society … has performed volunteer work with Habitat for Humanity … son of Mike and Sherrill Scheid … has two sisters, Abbey and Katie … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

SCHEID’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Back 52.86 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 Back 1:53.40 Hawkeye Invite (2012) 200 IM 1:58.33 Northwestern Invite (2013) 400 IM 4:05.61 Hawkeye Invite (2012)

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NICHOLAS SIM Sophomore Free / Fly 5-9 • 172 Singapore, Singapore Raffles Institution

TOM ANDERSON Freshman Back/ Free / IM 5-11 • 155 San Diego, Calif. The Bishop’s School PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year varsity letterwinner at The Bishop’s School … school record holder in 10 of 11 events, including the 50 free, 100 free, 200 free, 100 back, 100 fly and 200 IM … selected as a four-time team most valuable player … earned a total of 21 USA Swimming Scholastic All-America citations,

AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Did not compete during freshman season. PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letterwinner at the Raffles Institution … regular events included the 50, 100 and 200m free and the 100m fly … member of the Swimfast Aquatic Club … won the Singapore

National Swimming Championships with Swimfast … swam at the 2009 World Championships in Rome … son of Sim Boon Lye and Lim Hwee Ben … has one brother, Gerald … enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business.

claiming the honor in six events as a sophomore, seven events as a junior and eight events as a senior … three-time CIF All-Academic Scholar Athlete first team selection … holds 16 LSC records … broke a pair of longstanding CIF Section records, the 100 back and 200 IM … 2013 San Diego Union-Tribune Swimmer of the Year … received numerous awards as the Union-Tribune’s Athlete of the Week and Athlete of the Month … ranked 14th in the Class of 2013 according to CollegeSwimming.com … swam with the College Area Swim Team (CAST) for club competition, and holds 58 team records … entered first college season ranked in the top 150 of the FINA World Rankings in the 400-meter IM … owns three top-100 times on USA Swimming’s all-time record lists, including the 45th fastest time in the 200-meter back (15-16 age group), the 54th fastest time in the 400meter IM (18 age group), and the 72nd fastest time in the 200-meter back (13-14 age group) … 2013 U.S. Open participant … three-time ‘A’ finalist at USA Swimming Junior Nationals

(2011-13), with a 400 IM swim of 4:23.69 in 2013 … 2012 USA Swimming Olympic Trials double qualifier in the 200-meter back and 400meter IM … participated in the 2011 National Select Camp … member of the National Honor Society, and was a 2013 AP Scholar with Distinction award recipient … served as captain of a successful 21-mile open water swim in the Catalina Channel Crossing Relay … two-time winner of the two-mile Pier-to-Cove event in La Jolla Cove in 2011 and 2013 … son of Dr. Kevin and Mary Anderson … has one sister, Beth … father, Kevin, swam at the University of the Pacific, and is an accomplished open water channel swimmer, with crossings of the Catalina Channel, the length of Tampa Bay, the Santa Barbara Channel, and the circumnavigation of New York City’s Manhattan Island … grandfather flew a B-17 bomber in World War II named “The Fighting Irish” … former Notre Dame All-American linebacker Shane Walton also attended The Bishop’s School … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

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KEVIN BRADLEY Freshman Fly/ IM / Free 6-1 • 175 Milford, Mass. Milford

JACK COBAIN Freshman Back/ Fly 6-3 • 170 Dublin, Ireland Belvedere College S.J.

JOSEPH COUMOS Freshman Diving 5-7 • 155 Tomball, Texas Tomball

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PREP AND PERSONAL: Earned a varsity letter in all four seasons swimming at Milford High School … was undefeated in individual events from sophomore through senior campaigns, winning six conference championship and six sectional championship titles during that span … six-time state champion in four different events, the 200 free, 500 free (two times), the 200 IM (two times) and the 100 fly … selected as the Milford Daily News Male Athlete of the Year as a senior … swam with the Crimson Aquatics club team …

was a member of the USA Swimming Gold Medal team, and qualified for the NSCA Junior Nationals … member of the first place entry in the 800 free at the 2013 Junior Nationals with Crimson Aquatics … graduated with high honors and was a Rensselaer Medal recipient … has volunteered with the Special Olympics and is involved with Saint Mary of Assumption Church … son of Jay and Nancy Bradley … has two older brothers, Matthew and Michael … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Competed with the Portmarnock Swim Team in his native Ireland … won the 200-meter back event at the Irish Short Course National Swimming Championships … earned runner-up finishes in the 100-meter fly and 100-meter back, and clocked in third in the 50-meter back at the national championships … national junior

record holder in the 4x50-meter MTR short course event … also participated in cross country, track and field and rugby while attending Belvedere College S.J. … son of Gary and Paula Cobain … has one brother, Ryan … has one sister, Maria … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

PREP AND PERSONAL: First began competing in diving during final two years at Tomball High School … two-time Academic All-American in diving … member of the school’s 4A district and regional champion as a senior, finishing as the runner-up at the state championship meet … dove for The Woodlands Diving Academy on the club circuit … swept the 1 and 3-meter springboard events at the 2013 USA Diving Summer Junior Region 5 Championships … finished first in the 1-meter and was the runner-up off the 3-meter springboard at the 2013 USA Diving Summer Junior Zone C Championships … earned a pair of top 15 finishes in both dives at the USA Diving Summer Junior National Championships …

qualified for both the 2012 Junior National Diving Championships and the AT&T National Diving Championships … took up diving during sophomore year of high school after previously competing in gymnastics for the Cypress Academy of Gymnastics … was a two-time first team Academic All-American in gymnastics … inducted into the National Honor Society and the Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society while attending Tomball High … son of Michael and Barbara Coumos … has one brother, Andrew … has one sister, Courtney … mother, Barbara, competed in track and field and volleyball at the University of Texas at San Antonio … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

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REED FUJAN Freshman Free/ Fly 6-1 • 169 Byron, Minn. Byron

TRENT JACKSON Freshman Free 6-5 • 190 Austin, Texas Muscatine

PREP AND PERSONAL: Swam with the Rochester Orcas Swim Club during prep career … was the 2013 Minnesota state champion in the 200 free, 200 fly and 200 IM … recipient of the team’s most valuable player award from 2010-13 … qualified for the NCSA Junior

Nationals in March of 2013 … member of the National Honor Society and the student council at Byron High School … son of Bruce and Roberta Fujan … has one brother, Daniel … has two sisters, Brianna and Caitlin … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Was a member of a of Iowa team state champions while attending Muscatine High School … finished as the state champion in the 200 and 500 free during junior year … did not compete at the high school level as a senior after moving to Texas … trained with Tim O’Brien and the Nitro Swimming club

team in Austin … competed at the 2013 USA Swimming Junior National Championships and the NCSA Junior National Championships … son of Eric and Joni Jackson … has two younger brothers, Tate and Trey … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

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JAMES LICHTENSTEIN Freshman Diving 5-8 • 150 Buffalo Grove, Ill. Adlai E. Stevenson

JOE PETRONE Freshman Free/ Fly 6-3 • 195 Cherry Hill, N.J. Saint Joseph’s Preparatory

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PREP AND PERSONAL: Competed in both diving and track and field at Adlai E. Stevenson High School … three-time state championship qualifier in diving, placing third at the competition in both his junior and senior seasons … set the school record in both the 6 and 11-dive competitive format during prep career … member of two undefeated swimming and diving squads during final two seasons … participated in club gymnastics with 5 Star Power Tumbling and Trampoline … earned top 10 competitive finishes in the double mini event at the Loule World Cup, the Stars and Stripes Cup, the World Age Group Championships

and the Canada Cup, with wins at the Stars and Stripes Cup and the Canada Cup … placed ninth in the trampoline at the 2012 United States Olympic Trials … was the second-ranked competitor in the world on trampoline in the 17-18 age group … was a member of the 300 Club in recognition of community service hours, and was an All-State Scholar at Adlai Stevenson High … son of Mitch and Judy Lichtenstein … has one sister, Jennifer … uncle, RC Lichtenstein, played baseball at the University of Illinois at Chicago … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

PREP AND PERSONAL: Four-year letterwinner in swimming, with two years split between Saint Joseph’s Preparatory School and Cherry Hill High School … named to the allcatholic and all-district first teams in the 200 and 500 free as both a junior and senior at Saint Joseph’s Prep … was the state champion and earned All-America honors in the 200 and 500 free as a sophomore at Cherry Hill High … won first career state title in the 500 free, and was an All-America consideration during freshman

season … participated in the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in Omaha, Neb. … swam with the Jersey Wahoos club team … member of the U.S. Junior National Team squad that competed against the Itoman Swimming School in a dual competition in Osaka, Japan in 2011 … son of Joe and Kathy Petrone … has two sisters, Kathleen and Madelyn … father, Joe, played basketball at Drexel University … enrolled in the First Year of Studies.

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Freshmen (L to R): Jack Cobain, Trent Jackson, James Lichtenstein, Joseph Coumos, Tom Anderson, Joe Petrone, Kevin Bradley and Reed Fujan.

Sophomores (L to R): Nicholas Sim, Matthew Buerger, Michael Scheid, Andrew Jensen, Shane McKenzie, Bogac Ayhan and Michael Hudspith.

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Juniors (L to R): Zach Stephens, Kevin Hughes, Patrick Murphy, James McEldrew, John Williamson, Nick Nemetz, Matthew DeBlasio, Broderick Kelley, Patrick Olson, Michael Kreft, Cameron Miller and Brennan Jacobsen.

Seniors (L to R): Bertie Nel, Colin Babcock, senior manager Madison Boyle, Joshua Choi and Frank Dyer.

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Notre Dame head coach Tim Welsh led the Irish to the team’s sixth BIG EAST Championship in 2013, earning conference coach of the year honors for the sixth time. Welsh, the only Notre Dame head coach during its BIG EAST era, will guide the Irish through their inaugural ACC campaign in 2013-14.


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TIM WELSH Head Coach 29th Season Providence ‘66

Already one of the most respected coaches in the nation, Tim Welsh has taken the Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving program to unprecedented levels and has it on the verge of becoming a national force as it enters the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2013. Under his guidance, the Fighting Irish captured the program’s first BIG EAST title in 2005 and repeated the feat in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2013. Notre Dame has sent competitors to the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in six of the past nine seasons, with Frank Dyer earning the program’s first All-America honor in 2012 and a record nine Irish swimmers competing at the 2013 NCAA meet. Welsh is not unaccustomed to success, as student-athletes and teams under his care have exceeded expectations and broken barriers throughout his 36-year career as a head coach. Welsh’s squads have experienced great team success over the years. In 1978 and 1979, he helped Johns Hopkins to back-to-back Division III national championships, while being named National Coach of the Year on the latter occasion. In all, Welsh has coached 33 teams that have claimed conference championships and 21 that have won nine or more dual meets in a season. Since arriving at Notre Dame in 1985, Welsh has seen his teams post a 319-174 (.647) dual-meet record, while winning 22 league titles (Midwestern Collegiate - 15, BIG EAST - 6, North Star - 1) and taking second place on seven occasions (MCC - 2, BIG EAST - 5). His student-athletes also have been accomplished, earning 26 invitations to the NCAA Championships, gaining All-America honors on 11 occasions and winning over 45 BIG EAST events. With a victory over Penn State as part of the Shamrock Invitational on Jan. 28, 2006, Welsh surpassed Dennis Stark’s mark of 174 career dual-meet victories at Notre Dame. Stark, the only other head coach in Fighting Irish swimming and diving history, was at the helm of the program from 1958 until Welsh took over in 1985.

The most apparent reality of the Welsh era at Notre Dame is the almost every-day occurrence that breaking University records has become. In his tenure, Welsh has seen his student-athletes break the Notre Dame record in every event -- on both the men’s and women’s sides -- on multiple occasions. In all, more than 200 University records have been set under Welsh’s tutelage, with the bar continuing to be raised each season. The Irish established 12 marks during the 2004-05 and 2008-09 seasons alone and seven more in 2005-06, adding eight more in 2007-08, an additional 12 in 2011-12 and nine more in 2012-13. In the lists of the top 10 performers in each swimming event in Notre Dame men’s history, no names remain from the pre-Welsh era. The Irish swimming and diving program entered a new era under Welsh, as well. In his first 17 years at Notre Dame, the men’s swimming and diving team had little access to scholarship aide. The Notre Dame Athletic Department decided in December 2002 to fully fund all of its varsity sports, giving the Irish a tool with which to compete with the best schools in the nation. Working with a fully funded program, Welsh has welcomed some of the program’s top freshman classes in recent years Notre Dame finished in the top four at the BIG EAST Championships in 16 consecutive seasons, including six runner-up results (1999, 2000, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011). The Fighting Irish finally broke through and captured the program’s first BIG EAST title in 2005 by defeating Pittsburgh, the eight-time defending conference champion, by 275 points. Increased expectations were placed on the Irish in 2005-06 and the squad delivered with another BIG EAST title in dominating fashion, also accomplishing the feat in 2007-08, 2008-09, 2011-12 and most recently 2012-13. Notre Dame closed out its final BIG EAST Championship appearance in 2013 by scoring a meet record 991 points on its way to a sixth and final league crown. Nine Irish swimmers, Frank Dyer, Chris Johnson, Bill Bass, Kevin Hughes, John McGinley, Zach Stephens, John Williamson, Cameron Miller and Bogac Ayhan all qualified for the NCAA Championships, a remarkable feat considering in the first 54 years of the program, only five swimmers (making seven total appearances) has qualified for the NCAA meet. It was also a historic march through the BIG EAST Championship meet in 2012 as Notre Dame earned 887 points, its most at the event since 2004-05, to claim its fifth league title. Frank Dyer won the 500 free and was runner-up in the 200 free, while Bill Bass took home titles in the 200 IM and the 100 fly. Diver Nick Nemetz swept both the 1 and 3-meter dives to insure the Irish victory. Dyer’s strong performance in the 200 free was a sign of things to come, as his fourth-place finish at the NCAA Championships earned Notre Dame its first All-America honor The Irish registered a banner campaign in 2010-11, as Notre Dame finished second at the BIG EAST Conference Championships. Even more, Frank Dyer became just the second Notre Dame swimmer - and first freshman - to represent the Irish at the NCAA

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WELSH BY THE NUMBERS Career record 435-240-1 (.644) / 36 seasons Career men’s record 285-155 (.648) / 36 seasons Record at Notre Dame 319-174 (.647) / 28 seasons Men’s record at Notre Dame 226-121 (.651) / 28 seasons Head coaching experience Johns Hopkins (men / women) - 1977-85 Notre Dame (women) - 1985-95 Notre Dame (men) - 1985-present Championships. The Fighting Irish went 6-4 during the dual meet portion of the schedule and received votes in the final CollegeSwimming.com Top 25 rankings. Upon earning and invitation to the NCAA Championships, Dyer went on to compete at the national event in the 500 free, 200 free and 100 free. Dyer recorded the program’s highest finish at the NCAAs with a 26th-place showing in the 200 free. After falling 4.5 points short of the BIG EAST title in 2006-07, Welsh revved up the engines and guided the Irish to championship runs in 2007-08 and 2008-09. One of the greatest races in Notre Dame history capped off the 2009 league meet behind the efforts of that season’s 400 free relay quartet: Danny Lutkus, Joshua Nosal, John Lytle and Andrew Hoffman. A seven-second underdog to the Louisville relay team heading into the final race of the meet, the foursome pulled off the upset in dramatic fashion to secure the program’s second consecutive league title. Twelve school records fell during that 2009 event. Coming off a BIG EAST title in 2005, a lot of expectations were placed upon the 2005-06 team and they delivered with a second straight league championship. The Fighting Irish claimed three event titles at the conference meet and produced 13 all-BIG EAST performers en route to the 224.5-point victory over Pittsburgh and the rest of the 11-team field. A total of seven school records were set during the season. Michael Bulfin became just the third student-athlete in program history to qualify for the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships and the second in as many seasons, The Welsh Factor Since his arrival at Notre Dame in 1985, Tim Welsh has seen his student-athletes continuallly shatter every University record, anually setting a new standard of excellence. Event 1985 record 2013 record 50 Free 21.47 19.62 100 Free 46.70 43.08 200 Free 1:42.20 1:33.71 500 Free 4:41.80 4:17.49 1,000 Free 9:51.10 9:13.41 1,650 Free 16:47.20 15:15.99 100 Back 54.20 47.95 200 Back 1:58.00 1:45.10 100 Breast 1:01.40 52.95 200 Breast 2:13.60 1:55.21 50.99 47.03 100 Fly 200 Fly 1:52.00 1:43.94 200 IM 1:57.80 1:44.81 400 IM 4:13.90 3:50.94 200 Medley Relay 1:41.44 1:26.33 400 Medley Relay 3:32.90 3:11.50 200 Free Relay 1:29.70 1:18.79 400 Free Relay 3:08.77 2:54.08 800 Free Relay 6:57.10 6:23.40 1-meter Dive (6) 277.55 387.97 3-meter Dive (6) 302.65 405.15


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Fighting Irish following swimmer Tim Kegelman, who did so in 2005. Bulfin returned to the NCAAs in 2008 and scored Notre Dame’s first points ever at the national meet. In the fall of 2004, Notre Dame appeared in the CSCAA dual meet rankings for the first time ever as the Irish debuted at No. 21. In 2005-06, the Irish climbed to No. 18 in the rankings, which was a program-best mark until the 2007-08 squad earned a No. 17 ranking. The 2004-05 season also witnessed Notre Dame’s first NCAA Championships participant in the Welsh era, and just the second in the history of the program. Kegelman swam in the 100 fly, 200 fly and the 200 IM at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Minneapolis, Minn. The sophomore was also one of six Notre Dame swimmers to take home BIG EAST titles in 2004-05. For his team’s accomplishments, Welsh was named the BIG EAST Coach of the Year for the third time in six years. A key factor behind the success of the Fighting Irish program during the 2004-05 season was senior Frank Krakowski. He left Notre Dame holding five University records, along with being a six-time all-BIG EAST performer. Krakowski was also tabbed as a CSCAA All-Academic swimmer The 2003-04 campaign provided a glimpse of the bright future of Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving. The Irish faced their toughest schedule in school history and responded by setting eight school records. Notre Dame posted 584 points at the BIG EAST Championship to finish as conference runner-up. Among the highlights of that meet was the first-ever Irish 1-2 finish in the meet, as Jamie Lutkus and David Moisan topped the field in the 400 individual medley. Notre Dame also posted runner-up finishes in the 1999 and 2000 BIG EAST Championships. The Irish delivered a school-record time in 1999 to win the final event of the meet, the 400 free relay, to edge Syracuse by one point for second place. Welsh was named the BIG EAST Coach of the Year, capping a season in which the Irish broke 16 of 19 University records. Notre Dame reset eight varsity records in 1999-2000 in finishing second in the BIG EAST Championships once again. Other highlights of Welsh’s tenure as men’s coach at Notre Dame are 10 seasons with 10 or more dual-meet victories, including a 12-1 mark in 1989-90, the best record in school history. The Irish also were 11-1 in 1997-98 and set the school record for wins in a season in both 1987-88 and 1990-91 with identical 13-3 marks. Prior to joining the BIG EAST in 1995-96, Welsh’s Irish won six Midwestern Collegiate Conference championships in seven years (1986-92) and took six consecutive titles in the National Catholic Invitational (1989-94).

The Irish women’s coach from 1985-86 through 1994-95, Welsh’s teams won MCC titles every year the Irish were in the conference, from 1987-95. His teams also claimed the Eastern Intercollegiate championship twice. The first title came in 1990 and the second in 1995, when the last women’s program Welsh coached finished with the best record in school history, 14-1. During his 10 years at the helm of the women’s program, Welsh sent 11 swimmers to the NCAA championships, including threetime All-American Tanya Williams. In that span, every Irish women’s University record was broken. Prior to coming to Notre Dame in 1985, Welsh spent eight years as the head men’s and women’s coach at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, Md. The New York native led the men’s squad to a mark of 65-36, including two NCAA Division III national championships and eight Middle Atlantic Conference titles. The women’s team also was successful under Welsh, earning a Middle Atlantic Conference championship while achieving six seasons at .500 or better. Welsh graduated magna cum laude from Providence College in 1966. He went on to earn his master’s degree at the University of Virginia in 1967. Welsh became the men’s assistant coach at Syracuse in 1974 after leaving Winthrop College (S.C.), where he had taught English. During his four years at Syracuse, Welsh continued to teach English and designed and ran the training program before joining the Hopkins swimming program. Welsh continued a career of world travel, as he took his team to Ireland during the winter of the 2004-05 season. Previously, he traveled to Bogota, Colombia, in the spring of 1985 as a clinician and instructor for Sports America Program of the U.S. State Department and took his Irish squad to Portugal in the summer of 1991. Welsh and the 1996-97 Irish ventured to Brazil over Christmas break for a nationally televised meet featuring international Olympic swimmers. From 2008 to the present, the Irish have trekked to Puerto Rico for the program’s annual winter training session. Welsh was awarded the Richard E. Steadman Award by the College Swim Coaches Association in 1993. The award, given annually to a swimming or diving coach in the high school, club or university ranks who, in the opinion of the International Swimming Hall of Fame, Inc., and the College Swim Coaches Association, has done the most to spread joy and happiness in swimming. Notre Dame proudly bestowed its Presidential Achievement Award to Welsh in 2009, which recognizes a University employee who lives the University’s mission and is a role model exemplifying all of the school’s core values. Welsh’s student-athletes have been traditionally strong in the classroom, as well as in the Rolfs Aquatic Center. Perennially on Collegiate Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America list (which ranks teams according to gradepoint average), the Irish claimed the top spot in the 1999 season and have been in the top 10 eight times since 1990. The program was honored in 2009 with the BIG EAST Team Excellence Award, which recognizes the highest collective grade-point averages in each conference sport. That year’s team finished with a 3.272 grade index. In 2012, Bill Bass became the first CSCAA Scholar AllAmerican in program history, a feat the Frank Dyer also accomplished in 2013. In his 29th season as head coach at Notre Dame, Welsh ranks behind only track and field’s Joe Piane (39 seasons) as the longestserving program leader at the University. He also was awarded an honorary monogram from Notre Dame’s National Monogram Club and has seen six of his swimmers garner the Byron V. Kanaley Award, the most prestigious honor an Irish student-athlete can achieve. Welsh was honored for his special service to the American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA) and the sport of swimming by receiving the ASCA’s distinguished Ousley Service Award in 2004. One of Welsh’s key developments is the ASCA Fellows Program - which is designed to professionally and thoroughly prepare the next generation of coaching leaders. In fact, Welsh was named president of the ASCA in September 2009 with the term

coming to a close in the fall of 2011. Welsh received the CSCAA’s Distinguished Service Award for his 35 years of service in college coaching and was deemed the organization’s Division I men’s representative on its Board of Directors in 2009. Swimming World Magazine highlighted Welsh along with school record-holder MacKenzie LeBlanc in a fall 2008 issue. The pair shared training tips and personal experiences in one of the sport’s most recognized publications. Welsh also completed a two-year term as the president of the BIG EAST’s swim coaches group in 2013, prior to Notre Dame’s entry into the Atlantic Coast Conference. A published writer and master motivator, Welsh and his wife, Jacqueline (who served as curator of education in the Notre Dame Snite Museum of Art prior to her retirement), are the parents of two sons. Tim, a 2002 Notre Dame graduate, participated in the University’s Alliance for Catholic Education (ACE) program before completing his English Ph.D. program at the University of Washington. John is a 2005 Notre Dame graduate. What his teams have done. . . . • Won two national titles (Division III - 1978, 1979) • Won 33 conference championships (Midwestern Collegiate - 15, Middle Atlantic - 9, BIG EAST - 6, Eastern Intercollegiate - 2, North Star - 1) • Captured Notre Dame’s first-ever BIG EAST men’s swimming and diving title (2005) • Finished in the top four at BIG EAST Championships in each of final 16 years as a conference member • Finished in the top 10 in the nation in team GPA on eight occasions • Won nine or more dual meets on 22 occasions • Posted the most dual-meet wins in a season in Irish women’s history (14-1 / 1994-95) His honors as a coach . . . • 1979 Division III National Coach of the Year • 1999, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2012 and 2013 BIG EAST Coach of the Year • 1993 CSCAA Richard E. Steadman Award • 2009 CSCAA Distinguished Service Award • Chairman, NCAA Men’s and Women’s Swimming Committee • President, BIG EAST Swimming Coaches Committee • President, American Swimming Coaches Association (2009-2011) • American Swimming Coaches Association Board Member • American Swimming Coaches Association Executive Committee • 2004 ASCA Ousley Award • ASCA World Clinic Speaker (1985, 1987, 1991, 1992, 1994-97) What his Notre Dame student-athletes have done . . . • Earned All-America honors (7) • Earned Academic All-America honors (4) • Earned Academic Honorable Mention AllAmerica honors (53) • Earned 26 berths to the NCAA Championships • Won over 45 BIG EAST individual and relay titles • Set over 200 University records, including each men’s and women’s mark multiple times • Won Notre Dame’s Byron V. Kanaley Award six times

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DIVING COACH CAIMING XIE Head Coach 19th season Beijing Institute of Physical Education ‘85 In more than 30 years as a diving coach, Caiming Xie has helped his protégés win BIG EAST titles, All-America honors and gold medals. A proven winner, Caiming’s experience and influence truly touch all corners of the globe. He is entering his 19th season as head men’s and women’s diving coach at Notre Dame in 2013-14, the program’s first as a member of the Atlantic Coast Conference. During his tenure at Notre Dame he has coached two All-Americans on the women’s side, as well as the top two men’s divers in school history including 2008 All-American Michael Bulfin. Under Caiming’s guidance, sophomore Michael Kreft was named Co-BIG EAST Conference Diver of the Year at the 2013 league meet, in which Notre Dame scored a meet record 991 points and won its sixth and final championship as a conference member. Caiming’s most recent piece of hardware was earned in 2012 when he was named BIG EAST Diving Coach of the Year for the ninth time overall. The award was due in part to the terrific season of freshman Nick Nemetz. Nemetz won both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving titles at the BIG EAST Championships, and finished in 19th place at the NCAA Championships with a 3-meter score of 287.35 points. Caiming’s 2011 BIG EAST award was earned behind the efforts of divers such as Nathan Geary, who rallied back from a fourth-place preliminary showing to earn the 3-meter diving title at the BIG EAST Championships. Geary totaled 321.25 points to start the day and ended with a brilliant 369.10 in the finals for his first league crown. One day after winning the 1-meter title, Eric Lex led the pack with a preliminary score of 359.00 off the high board. He dropped to fourth in the finals with a 338.10, but still managed to earn the honor of Most Outstanding Diver. In fact, Lex celebrated his final home meet by becoming the first diver in Notre Dame history to crack the 400-point plateau in the 3-meter

THE XIE FILE

• 1977-90 Diving coach - Chinese Olympic and National Team * Two-time Chinese National Diving Coach of the Year (1986, 1987) • 1991-92 Assistant diving coach - Pittsburgh • 1992-95 Head diving coach - Toledo * Two-time Mid-American Conference Diving Coach of the Year • 1995 - current Head diving coach - Notre Dame * BIG EAST Diving Coach of the Year 1999, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012 * Irish divers have earned 10 All-America accolades, 11 BIG EAST titles, and seven times were named the BIG EAST’s Most Outstanding Diver

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Fighting Irish event, as his score of 405.15 off the high board gave him a first-place finish and the school record. The recent success of Notre Dame divers comes as no surprise for Caiming, who also helped coach the United States National Team at the 2011 World University Games. In 2010, Caiming’s seventh BIG EAST Coach of the Year award came on the heels of Wes Villaflor making a clean sweep of the 1- and 3-meter titles at the league meet. Villaflor was named the championship’s Most Outstanding Diver. Caiming was named the BIG EAST Men’s Diving Coach of the year for the third-straight season in 2007 after helping Bulfin capture two all-BIG EAST honors at the meet, while Sam Stoner earned one all-conference accolade. One season later, Bulfin would earn his second trip to the NCAAs, scoring Notre Dame’s first-ever points at the meet while earning the program’s first All-American accolade. The Irish filled the podium at the 2009 BIG EAST Championships by claiming stake in four of the top six positions in both the 1- and 3-meter events. The 2005-06 season was one of the finest for men’s diving at Notre Dame. Bulfin became just the second diver in program history to qualify for the NCAA Championships. Bulfin also earned all-BIG EAST honors off the 1-meter board, while his teammate Stoner garnered all-conference honors in the 3-meter competition. Both Bulfin and Stoner competed at the NCAA Zone C Diving Championships. Bulfin qualified for the NCAAs with his fourth-place showing off the 3-meter board at the Zone competition. He would also finish ninth off the 1-meter board, while Stoner was 10th, after registering a 17th-place showing in the 3-meter. The success of his diver’s helped Caiming garner the BIG EAST Conference Men’s Diving Coach of the Year Award for the fourth time. He also collected the honor in 1999, 2004 and 2005. In 2005, Stoner placed fifth at the BIG EAST Championships off both boards and would go on to finish 17th out of the 32-diver field at the NCAA Zone C Diving Championships. That marked the top finish for an Irish rookie in 1-meter action in the meet since Andy Maggio was 14th in 2000. Caiming, the first full-time diving coach in Notre Dame history, recruited and developed three divers in the class of 2003. The group, which went undefeated in 2001-02, was a key to Notre Dame’s dual-meet fortunes over a four-year span, and all three left among the best eight divers in school history on the 1-meter board. Maggio was the most dominant Irish men’s diver ever, holding three of the five University diving records. In 2002, he finished fourth at the NCAA Zone Diving Meet, missing by just six points Notre Dame’s first berth to the NCAA Men’s Championships in 27 years. Joe Miller and Tong Xie, Caiming’s son, each delivered career-best performances in their final seasons, a sign of Caiming’s ability to help divers improve dramatically during their time with him. Caiming also tutored 2001 graduate Herb Huesman throughout his career, which ended with him as the holder of three varsity records. On the women’s side, Caiming was responsible for the development of Heather Mattingly and Meghan Perry-Eaton, the first two diving AllAmericans in Notre Dame history. The last several seasons have been the most successful in Irish women’s diving history, featuring nine BIG EAST titles, four All-America honors and four BIG EAST Championships Most Outstanding Diver awards. In 2011, Jenny Chiang finished first off the 3-meter board to open the BIG EAST Championships. Chiang totaled 337.40 points in the final round to earn the title for the second time in as many seasons. Natalie Stitt swept the 1- and 3-meter events at the 2009 BIG EAST Championships while earning the nod at the league’s top diver. Caiming, who was the league’s diving coach of the year in 2009, led Stitt to her first NCAA Championships appearance later that season. In 2003-04, Perry-Eaton turned in the most impressive campaign ever by an Irish diver, as she was beaten just one time during the regular season before sweeping the springboard events at the BIG EAST Championships by more than 40 points each en route to being tabbed the meet’s top diver. Perry-Eaton then became the first Notre Dame diver ever to win a title at the NCAA Zone C Championships, taking first off the 1-meter board. At the NCAA Championships, she delivered the highest-

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ever finish for a Notre Dame swimmer or diver, taking third in that event, ending up just 3.30 points behind the national champion and securing All-America honors. She followed that up with two more conference titles (for a BIG EAST record five in her career), her third conference diver-ofthe-year award, and two more All-American honors. In 2002-03, Perry-Eaton became the first Notre Dame diver -- and first non-University of Miami diver since 1996 -- to win a conference championship, placing first in the 1-meter competition. She also was second on the 3-meter board and was named the BIG EAST’s top diver. Perry-Eaton then qualified for the NCAA Championships, where she placed ninth in the 1-meter event and 20th on the 3-meter board to earn honorable mention All-America honors. In 2001-02, Heather Mattingly became the first Irish diver to earn All-America honors, finishing eighth in the 3-meter competition at the NCAA Championships. Mattingly also earned honorable mention AllAmerica honors on the 1-meter board, taking 12th. She was the first Notre Dame diver to qualify for the NCAAs in four consecutive years -- also earning honorable mention All-America in 2001 (13th in 3-meter) and 2000 (12th in 1-meter, 12th in 3-meter). Before coming to Notre Dame, Caiming was the head diving coach for three years at the University of Toledo, earning Mid-American Conference diving coach-of-the-year laurels in each of his last two seasons. Prior to his stint with the Rockets, Caiming served as an assistant coach for the 1991-92 season at Pittsburgh. Boasting a wealth of international experience on his resume, Caiming served as the 1980 Chinese Olympic diving coach. He also has served as a technical consultant for United States Diving since 1994 and has held clinics and presentations for the United States Diving national team. The Chinese national team coach from 1977-90, Caiming coached Sun Shu-Wei, a gold medalist in the men’s platform competition at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, and Zhu Jin-Hong, who finished fourth in the women’s platform in Barcelona. Caiming’s divers also have earned medals at the Asian Games, World Cup, World University Games and World Championships. In 2009, he was an assistant coach for the United States at the World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. The United States earned six medals at the event. A competitive diver in his own right, Caiming won the springboard competition at the Asian Games in 1974 and earned first place in the platform and second in the springboard competition at the National Games of China in 1975. Caiming is a 1985 graduate of the Beijing Institute of Physical Education and has won numerous national Chinese diving championships. Caiming and his wife, Ping Tong, have one son, Tong, who graduated from Notre Dame in 2003 after a successful career as an Irish diver.


ASSOCIATE HEAD COACH

Fighting Irish

MATT TALLMAN Associate Head Coach 13th season Catholic ‘97 Matt Tallman enters his 13th season at Notre Dame and his seventh as associate head coach. Tallman spent his first five campaigns serving as assistant coach for the Fighting Irish before assuming his associate position in July 2006. Tallman joined the Irish staff in 2001, shortly after the Notre Dame Athletic Department announced that each of the University’s 26 varsity sports would receive full funding. With increased scholarship aide, he has made the Irish competitive with the top programs in the nation on the recruiting front by attracting some of the country’s top prep prospects. His recruiting efforts have produced some of the top classes in the history of the program - including the 14th-best incoming class in 200910, 12th-best in 2010-11 and 25th-best in 2011-12, which in turn has made Notre Dame a factor on the national scene. In addition to recruiting, Tallman assists head coach Tim Welsh in all facets of the Irish swimming and diving program, including on-deck coaching and teaching, training, supervising dryland workouts and dayto-day operations. The efforts of Tallman have also paid dividends in the pool, as the Irish have broken 128 University records over the last 13 years. Tallman was named the 2013 College Swimming.com Rising Assistant Coach of the Year after being named an honorable mention finalist in 2012. He has mentored 60 total swimmers who won BIG EAST individual and relay championships and all 14 individual Irish record holders, including twotime All-American Frank Dyer and Bill Bass, the second and third all-time Notre Dame men’s swimming NCAA Championship qualifiers. Dyer’s fourth-place finish in the 200 free at the 2012 NCAA Championships earned him the distinction of being the first men’s swimming All-American in school history. Another of Tallman’s charges, 2005 NCAA Championship participant Tim Kegelman, was the first Notre Dame swimmer to make an appearance at the national meet, swimming the 100 fly, 200 fly and 200 IM. Tallman helped guide the Irish to their first BIG EAST championship in 2005, and the Irish repeated as champions in 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012

The Tallman Family (l-r): Hannah, Martin, Heather and Matt and 2013. The stretch was the most successful in the history of Notre Dame swimming and diving. Notre Dame closed out its final BIG EAST Championship appearance in 2013 by scoring a meet record 991 points on its way to a sixth and final league crown. Nine Irish swimmers, Frank Dyer, Chris Johnson, Bill Bass, Kevin Hughes, John McGinley, Zach Stephens, John Williamson, Cameron Miller and Bogac Ayhan all qualified for the NCAA Championships, a remarkable feat considering in the first 54 years of the program, only five swimmers (making seven total appearances) has qualified for the NCAA meet. The 2012 Notre Dame squad set nine school records and sent two swimmers to the NCAA Championships for the first time in the same season. Nine of the team’s upperclassmen (sophomores and above) set personal-bests in at least one event during the campaign, with six athletes setting fastest marks in multiple strokes. The Irish won seven events at the 2012 BIG EAST Championships, scoring 887 points to edge Louisville for the conference’s top crown. The 887 points scored were the second-most for Notre Dame at the BIG EAST meet in program history (902.5 points-2005). The 2008 BIG EAST champion Irish program set eight then-school records and peaked at No. 17 in the Collegiate Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) rankings. In 2005-06, the Irish climbed to No. 18 in the rankings for what was then a program-best mark. Notre Dame appeared in the CSCAA dual meet rankings for the first time ever in the fall of 2004, debuting at No. 21. The 2003-04 campaign featured the Irish posting their highest-ever point total in the BIG EAST Championships to that point (584) en route to their first runner-up result in four years. Among the high points of the meet was Notre Dame’s first-ever 1-2 finish at the conference meet, which took place in the 400 IM.

Tallman was also instrumental in preparing and presenting a proposal to the NCAA to institute a new selection process for the Division I Swimming Championships. Thanks to Tallman’s efforts, the NCAA Championship Cabinet approved the new process, which took effect at the 2013 NCAA Championships. Prior to his stint at Notre Dame, Tallman served as an assistant at the University of Maryland in 2000-01. He helped the Terrapins send a schoolrecord number of women’s qualifiers to the NCAA Championships as Maryland peaked at 16th in the national rankings that season, its highest listing in school history. Prior to his stop at Maryland, Tallman spent two years as the head swimming coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. While at IUP, he was selected as the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 1999 after helping the women’s team to the PSAC title, ending Clarion University’s 23-year stranglehold on the championship. He also led the IUP women’s team to sixth- and seventh-place finishes at the NCAA Division II championships. In his two seasons at IUP, the women’s squad was 18-0 in dual meets. Fifteen IUP swimmers achieved All-America honors under Tallman’s tutelage while 18 swimmers earned all-PSAC accolades and five studentathletes were named Academic All-Americans. A 1997 graduate of The Catholic University of America, Tallman swam for four seasons and captured 11 titles at the Capital Athletic Conference Championships. He set school and conference records in the 100 and 200 breast, along with the 200 and 400 medley relays. Originally from Lindenwold, N.J., Tallman has a number of Notre Dame connections. His father Dennis is a ‘73 graduate and his grandfather, Edgar F. Bailey, played football for the Irish in the 1940s. Tallman married the former Heather Grzeskowiak in the summer of 2006. The couple, along with daughter Hannah, and son, Martin, resides in Mishawaka, Ind.

THE TALLMAN FILE

• 1995-97 Assistant coach - Marymount • 1997-98 Assistant coach - Indiana University of Pennsylvania • 1998-2000 Head coach - Indiana University of Pennsylvania * 1999 PSAC Coach of the Year * 1999 PSAC Champions (women) • 2000-01 Assistant coach - Maryland • 2001 - present Assistant / associate head coach - Notre Dame * promoted to associate head coach in 2006

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SUPPORT STAFF

Fighting Irish

Swimming and Diving Support Staff

Pictured left to right: Mike Danch, Madison Boyle, Matt Tallman, Tim Welsh, Matt Dorsch and Caiming Xie

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Mike Danch Associate Athletics Director/Sport Administrator

Kaitlin Sweeney Strength & Conditioning

Amanda Hall Academic Services

Stephanie Horvath Sports Nutrition

Matt Dorsch Volunteer Swimming Assistant Coach

Annie Eaton Volunteer Diving Assistant Coach

Madison Boyle Senior Manager

Frank Vaccaro Aquatics Facilities

Tony Jones Media Relations

Kristen Stoutenburgh Event Marketing

Fr. Bob Loughery, CSC Team Chaplain

Mike Stanisic Faculty Advisor

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NOTRE DAME Fighting Irish

Season In Review

The 2013 senior class of Kevin Overholt, Chris Johnson, Bill Bass, Mason Weber and John McGinley helped lead Notre Dame to its second straight BIG EAST Conference Championship (sixth overall title in the league). The five swimmers combined to earn 38 all-BIG EAST citations during their careers with the Irish.


2012-13 TOP PERFORMERS 50 Free

100 Back

1. 19.62 2. 20.57 3. 20.59 4. 20.64 5. 20.65

Dyer McGinley Overholt Bass Johnson

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 1.25.2013 2.27.2013

100 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Dyer McGinley Babcock Overholt Stephens

43.08 44.66 44.74 45.06 45.50

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 11.30.2012

1:34.17 1:36.45 1:37.87 1:38.62 1:39.53

Dyer Hughes McGinley Overholt Hudspith

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 11.30.2012

4:20.53 4:23.67 4:23.71 4:24.87 4:25.09

1. 9:25.49 2. 9:28.27 3. 9:33.20 4. 9:34.13 5. 9:35.07

Dyer Hughes Jacobsen Williamson Nappi

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013

15:21.63 15:22.12 15:25.24 15:41.01 15:42.88

Dyer McEldrew Nappi Jacobsen Hughes

11.9.2012 10.26.2012 11.10.2012 11.10.2012 11.9.2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1:45.78 1:45.99 1:48.18 1:48.69 1:48.75

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

52.95 53.17 53.53 54.19 55.34

Nappi Jacobsen Hughes McEldrew McKenzie

Ayhan Nel Buerger Casino Scheid

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1:55.21 1:56.24 1:59.68 2:01.18 2:03.02

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

47.38 47.93 49.24 49.43 49.57

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013

1. 1:43.94 2. 1:45.27 3. 1:47.91 4. 1:48.34 5. 1:49.39

Buerger Nel Ayhan DeBlasio McEldrew

2.27.2013 11.30.2012 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 11.30.2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1:45.41 1:45.78 1:46.40 1:47.94 1:48.29

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3:50.95 3:51.33 3:52.87 3:53.27 3:53.91

DeBlasio Nappi Babcock Olson McEldrew

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013

1. 1:18.91

Dyer, Stephens

2.27.13

Dyer, Stephens,

2.27.13

Dyer, Hughes,

2.27.13

McGinley, Bass

400 Free Relay 1. 2:54.43

McGinley, Bass

800 Free Relay Johnson Stephens Miller Babcock Weber

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013

Stephens Miller Johnson Olson Jensen

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 11.30.2012

Bass Williamson Ayhan Stephens Kelley

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 11.30.2012 2.27.2013

Williamson Bass Kelley Jacobsen Gauger

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.1.2013

1. 6:23.40

McGinley, Bass

200 Medley Relay 1. 1:26.33

Ayhan, Miller, Dyer, Stephens

2.27.13

400 Medley Relay

200 IM 2.27.2013 11.30.2012 11.30.2012 2.1.2013 11.9.2012

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

200 Free Relay

200 Fly

50 Back

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100 Fly

1,650 Free

1. 22.37 2. 22.88 3. 23.24 4. 23.64 5. 25.27

Nel Ayhan Buerger Casino Stephens

200 Breast

1,000 Free

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

48.61 48.72 48.77 49.99 50.46

100 Breast

500 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

400 IM

200 Back

200 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Fighting Irish

Stephens Bass Babcock Miller Olson

2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013 2.27.2013

1. 3:11.50

Ayhan, Johnson, 2.27.13 Bass, Dyer

1-meter Diving (6) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

349.28 314.09 308.55 307.95 299.80

Nemetz Kreft Andreade Koter Wagner

11.2.2012 10.27.2012 11.30.2012 1.25.2013 2.27.2013

3-meter Diving (6) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

380.25 367.06 339.70 326.78 294.35

Nemetz Kreft Wagner Koter Andrade

11.9.2012 11.10.2012 1.25.2013 11.2.2012 2.1.2013


2011-12 TOP PERFORMERS

Fighting Irish 50 Free 1. 19.84 2. 20.07 3. 20.52 4. 20.59 5. 21.36

100 Back Dyer Overholt McGinley Johnson Stephens

2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 1.21.2012

100 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

43.22 44.16 44.81 45.38 46.77

1:33.71 1:37.09 1:37.44 1:37.68 1:38.74

Dyer Overholt McGinley Sherman Stephens

2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 11.4.2011 10.28.2011

4:17.97 4:24.28 4:24.43 4:26.50 4:27.05

Dyer Overholt McGinley Hughes Nappi

2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012

Dyer Jacobsen Hughes Williamson McEldrew

3.22.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012

McEldrew Jacobsen Hughes Nappl Dyer

15:16.77 15:17.53 15:27.69 15:28.19 15:52.72

Jacobsen Hughes Nappi McEldrew Murphy

1:46.48 1:47.68 1:47.88 1:50.87 1:51.34

Nel McEldrew DeBlasio Whitcomb Sherman

2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 1.27.2012 1.27.2012

Johnson Miller Weber Babcock Stephens

2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012

Stephens Miller Weber Johnson Babcock

2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012

Bass Williamson Dyer Kelley Evans

2.15.2012 2.15.2012 1.21.2012 2.15.2012 12.2.2011

Williamson 1. 1:44.74 2. 1:45.60 Bass 3. 1:48.00 Jacobsen 4. 1:48.29 Berry Gauger 5. 1:49.43 200 IM 1. 1:44.81 Bass 2. 1:47.71 Stephens 3. 1:47.77 Babcock 4. 1:48.98 Olson 5. 1:49.10 Miller

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

53.79 54.39 54.43 54.53 54.66

Nel Petrovic Whitcomb Sherman Rahill

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1:57.06 1:57.57 1:58.10 1:58.52 2:00.90

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

47.03 49.27 49.32 49.41 49.68

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3:52.36 3:53.17 3:54.12 4:00.48 4:00.95

DeBlasio Babcock Olson Gauger Sullivan

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1. 1:18.79

Dyer, Overholt

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Dyer, Overholt,

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Dyer, Babcock,

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McGinley, Bass

400 Free Relay 1. 2:55.42

McGinley, Bass

800 Free Relay 1. 6:24.11

McGinley, Overholt

200 Medley Relay 1. 1:28.73

Nel, Miller,

Bass, Johnson

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400 Medley Relay

200 Fly 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012 2.15.2012

50 Back 1. 23.18 2. 23.68 3. 23.80 4. 23.98 5. 24.48

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200 Free Relay

100 Fly 2.18.2012 2.18.2012 2.18.2012 2.18.2012 1.21.2012

1,650 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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200 Breast

1,000 Free 1. 9:13.41 2. 9:14.04 3. 9:14.54 4. 9:19.57 5. 9:22.35

Nel Whitcomb Petrovic Sherman Rahill

100 Breast

500 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

49.35 50.32 50.43 50.53 51.32

200 Back

200 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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400 IM

1. 3:12.67

Nel, Johnson, Bass, Dyer

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1-meter Diving (6) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

353.85 322.50 316.20 294.00 273.60

Nemetz Kreft Koter Wagner Andrade

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3-meter Diving (6) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

364.43 354.23 330.38 329.48 278.03

Kreft Nemetz Koter Wagner Andrade

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GRADUATED SENIORS BILL BASS Graduated Free / Breast 5-10 • 178 Chesterton, Ind. Chesterton AS A SENIOR (2012-13): CSCAA honorable mention All-American … graduated with the second-most career all-BIG EAST accolades (20) in program history after earning seven as a senior … one of a record nine Notre Dame swimmers to compete at the 2013 NCAA Championships, claiming honorable mention All-America status with the Irish 800 free relay entry … member of the winning 200 medley relay team (1:31.95) in the opening dual meet of the season at Oakland … relay squad took second consecutive gold finish (1:32.73) at Michigan State … won the 200 IM at the meet with a time of 1:51.54 … third in the water for the 200 medley relay team in a dual matchup against Pittsburgh that posted its then fastest time of the season (1:31.64) in a winning effort … touched in at 1:50.32 in the 200 IM to take the win in a dual meet with Louisville … swam the anchor leg of the runner-up 200 free relay (1:19.56) at the Hawkeye Invitational … fourth in the water in the 800 free relay (6:30.72) later in the meet that placed second … member of the victorious 200 medley relay ‘A’ entry that completed the race in 1:32.44 at Cleveland State … led three Notre Dame finishers in the top three of the 200 IM (1:50.59) with a first place showing against the Vikings … earned third win of the meet by touching in with a split of 50.58 in the 100 fly … runner-up finisher with the 400 medley relay ‘A’ entry (3:19.95) and the 400 free relay (3:01.66) in the Shamrock Invitational … third-place finisher in the 200 IM with a time of 1:50.93 at the Northwestern Invitational … part of the 800 free relay runner-up Irish squad (6:41.35) at the Northwestern meet

Fighting Irish … opened final BIG EAST Championship performance on the 800 free relay team that claimed second place in a school record time of 6:23.40 … finished as the runner-up to teammate Zach Stephens in the 200 IM, posting the thirdfastest Notre Dame time ever in the event (1:45.78) … added third runner-up result of the meet as the anchor of the 200 free relay team that logged a program-best 1:18.91 in the event … nearly equaled his own school record in the 100 fly touching in at 47.38 for second place … third in the water for the runner-up 400 medley relay team (3:12.98) … swam a season-best 1:45.27 in the 200 fly … capped the BIG EAST Championships as the anchor swimmer of the 400 free relay team that placed second (2:54.43) … earned first career All-America citation in the 800 free relay (6:25.32). AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): CSCAA Scholar All-American … became the third swimmer in program history to qualify for the NCAA Championships … named Most Outstanding Swimmer at the BIG EAST Championships … member of the second-place 400 IM Relay team at the season-opening Dennis Stark Relays … swam a personal-best 1:41.29 in the 200 free at Pittsburgh … claimed second place (1:51.79) in the 200 fly at Purdue … runner-up in the 100 fly (49.98) at Louisville … finished in third place in the 200 IM (1:52.06) at Louisville … second-place finisher in the 100 fly (50.48) against Northwestern … anchored the victorious 400 free relay team against Northwestern … runner-up in the 200 fly (1:51.98) against Michigan State … member of 200 medley relay team at the Shamrock Invitational … second in the pool for the 800 free relay runner-up squad at the Shamrock Invitational … logged a personal-best time of 1:44.81 in the 200 IM to win the event at the BIG EAST Championships … anchor on the second place 200 free relay team at the BIG EAST Championships … personal-best 47.03 in a winning effort in the 100 fly at the BIG EAST Championships … member of the runner-up 400 medley relay squad at the BIG EAST Championships … anchored the 400 free relay team that finished in second place at the BIG EAST Championships … 30th-place finish in the 100 fly at the NCAA Championships … monogram winner. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Swam the butterfly leg of the 400 medley relay that set a new Notre Dame record in an NCAA B-cut time of 3:15.10 … recorded five top-eight performances at the BIG EAST Championships … individual performances included a silver medal in the 200 IM

(1:47.42), a bronze medal in the 100 fly (48.26) and a fifthplace finish in the 200 fly (1:48.40) … the 200 IM and 100 fly performances were both NCAA B-cut times … the 100 fly showing was good for a career-best time and the fifth fastest 100 fly swim in Notre Dame history … became the second fastest performer in school history in the 100-fly with the performance … the swim of 1:47.42 in the 200 IM was the second fastest time in school history … the two relay performances included a silver medal in the 800 free relay (in an NCAA B-cut performance of 6:29.10) and a bronze in the 400 medley relay … came within a second of setting a new personal-best time in the 200 free with his 1:42.70 performance against Pittsburgh … top 400 IM time on the season came at the Shamrock Invitational with a 4:00.73. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Shattered the 200 IM school record at the BIG EAST Championships with a time of 1:46.44 … also a member of the school-record setting 200 medley relay at the league meet … both performances were NCAA B-cut times … set personal-bests in the 100 fly (48.56) and the 200 fly (1:48.13) at the league meet … recorded two personal-bests in the 200 free (1:41.94) and in the 500 free (4:39.96) against Michigan State … tried his luck in the 400 IM at the Ohio State Invitational and finished in a time of 3:58.90 … amassed 15 top-three performances on the regular season … five of which were in the 200 IM including a gold medal at the Shamrock Invitational … recipient of Notre Dame’s Most Improved Award. THE BASS FILE: All-American, all-state, all-city, allconference, regional champion and conference champion in each of his four seasons at Chesterton (Ind.) … state champion and team captain as a junior and senior … team MVP as a freshman, junior and senior … held national rankings in all four years at Chesterton … recorded best times at the 2009 IHSAA Swimming State Championships in the 200 free, 500 free and 200 medley relay … guided his team to a 10th consecutive sectional title as a junior … steered his 200 medley relay team to a best time of 1:32.05, which topped the national rankings in 2008 … also won the 500 free and then anchored the 200 free relay to set another sectional record (1:27.32) … Chesterton record holder in the 200 free, 500 free, 200 free relay and 400 free relay … anchored high school state champion 200 free relay in 2008 … led team to state title in 2008 … Indiana Senior Club state meet record holder in the 200 IM (1:50.44) … the 13th-ranked recruit in the nation according to CollegeSwimming.com in December 2008 … member of the national Honor Society … mentor at Bridges Mentoring Program … biggest athletic thrill was winning back-toback high school state championships … oldest of three children … son of Jean and William Bass … graduated with a degree in art studio from the College of Arts and Letters.

BASS’ CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 IM 1:44.81 BIG EAST (2012) 400 IM 3:58.90 Ohio State Invite (2009) 100 Fly 47.03 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Fly 1:45.27 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Free 1:41.29 Pittsburgh (2011) 500 Free 4:39.96 Michigan State (2010)

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JORDAN BERRY Graduated IM / Fly 5-10 • 170 Fort Mill, S.C. Nation Ford AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Posted a fifth-place finish as a member of the 200 medley relay ‘C’ entry (1:37.24) against Pittsburgh … claimed a solo fifth result in the 100 fly (51.34) during the meet … part of 200 medley relay squad that placed sixth (1:36.90) against Louisville … swam a season-best time in the 100 fly (50.97) later in the competition against the Cardinals … logged fifth-place finishes in the 400 free relay (3:12.53) and 200 medley relay (1:37.03) at the Shamrock Invitational. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Member of the 400 medley relay team that took third place at the season-opening Dennis Stark Relays … finished in sixth place with the 400

free relay team in the early season quad meet … logged a 200 fly time of 1:53.18 to take fourth place in the event at Pittsburgh … claimed third place in the 200 IM (1:56.96) at Pittsburgh … third in the pool for the 10th place 400 medley relay team at the Hawkeye Invitational … posted a career-best time of 52.15 in the 100 back at the Hawkeye Invitational … swam the third leg of the 200 medley relay against Northwestern … anchor of the third place 400 free relay squad against Michigan State. AS A SOPHOMORE (20010-11): Had a stellar BIG EAST Championship meet as an exhibition swimmer … recorded three personal-best times during the meet, including performances of 1:51.60 in the 200 IM, 50.49 in the 100 fly and 1:49.04 in the 200 fly … set another personal-best record at the Shamrock Invitational with a 52.73 in the 100 back … won a monogram. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Well-rounded swimmer for Notre Dame … recorded personal bests at the BIG EAST Championships in the final sessions of the 200 IM (1:52.33) and the 400 IM (4:00.96) along with the preliminary session of the 200 fly (1:50.19) … additional personal-bests included times of 51.51 in the 100 fly at the Shamrock Invitational, 1:55.62 in the 200 back against Michigan State and 52.76 in the 100 back at the Ohio State Invitational … top dual meet came against Michigan State with a secondplace finish in the 100 fly and a third-place finish in the 200 back. THE BERRY FILE: Earned four letters at Nation Ford (S.C.) under head coach Melisa Halstonsgard … won two

individual titles on top of a team championship at the state meet in 2008 … also guided the 400 free relay and 200 medley relay teams to state records at the meet … fourtime regional champion … nationally ranked on three occasions … undefeated as a senior … 2008 South Carolina individual state champion and record holder in the 200 IM (1:50.94) and 100 fly (49.79) … competed on the club circuit for SwimMAC Carolina and helped the team win a junior national championship in 2007 … named a North Carolina Swimming All-Star from 2003-07 … National Select Camp qualifier and attendee … member of Southeastern Zone team in 2003, 2005 and 2006 … member of National Society of High School Scholars and Beta Club … tabbed a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American in 2007 and 2008 … recipient of high school’s athletic/academic award in 2008 … received school’s Cirrus Award for highest grade-point-average within the foreign language department … son of Sue and Tony Berry … father graduated from Notre Dame in 1982 … graduated with a degree in information technology from the Mendoza College of Business.

BERRY’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 IM 1:51.07 BIG EAST (2013) 400 IM 4:00.96 BIG EAST (2010) 100 Fly 49.76 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Fly 1:48.29 BIG EAST (2011) 100 Back 52.73 Shamrock Invite (2011) 200 Back 1:55.62 Michigan State (2010)

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GRADUATED SENIORS TYLOR GAUGER Graduated IM / Fly 5-7 • 142 Kokomo, Ind. Kokomo AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Finished fifth in the 200 fly (1:54.23) in a dual meet against Pittsburgh … added a sixth place result in the 100 fly (52.76) later in the meet … placed fifth for the second straight time in the 200 fly (1:53.31) against Louisville … finished in seventh place in the 100 fly (53.63) in a dual meet with Cleveland State … member of the fifth-place finisher in the 800 free relay (7:08.40) at the Shamrock Invitational … swam the 200 fly in 1:52.87 to place seventh in the event at the Shamrock Invitational. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Claimed fifth place (1:54.47) in the 200 fly in the early season quad meet … fifth-place finisher in the 200 fly (1:53.26) at Pittsburgh … runner-up in the 200 IM with a time of 1:56.91 at Pittsburgh … finished in third place in the 200 fly (1:53.09) at Purdue … member of the third place 400 medley relay squad at Valparaiso … posted a time of 49.96 to take third in the 100 free at Valparaiso … personal-best time of 2:14.20 won the

CHRIS JOHNSON

Fighting Irish 200 breast at Valparaiso … sixth-place finisher in the 200 fly at the Hawkeye Invitational … claimed fourth place in the 200 fly at Michigan State … monogram winner. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Registered two personal-bests at the Shamrock Invitational, his best meet of the year … two personal records included swims of 51.86 in the 100 fly and 1:49.71 in the 200 fly … also swam a 4:51.32 in the 500 free in a tri-meet against Oakland and Michigan for another personal-best time … registered a 1:52.95 in the 200 IM at the Shamrock Invitational for a top season time … that time was less than a second away from another personal best … also competed in the 400 IM (4:02.52) at the invitational and earned another top season time. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Swam a myriad of events for the Irish during the season … personal-bests in the 400 IM (4:00.98) and 200 fly (1:49.80) came during the prelim session at the BIG EAST Championships as an exhibition swimmer … stopped the clock at 9:58.20 in the 1000 free and 53.31 in the 100 fly in a tri-meet with Cleveland State and Miami (Ohio) for personal-best times … touched the pad at 4:53.21 in the 500 free in a dual meet against Pittsburgh for another personal-best … competed in the 200 IM at the Ohio State Invitational and finished in a time of 1:52.19 for a career-best … shaved over seven seconds off his 200 IM time over the course of the season … racked in three top-three finishes over the course of the regular season. THE GAUGER FILE: Earned four varsity letters under head coach Mark Schelbert at Kokomo (Ind.) … team went undefeated in his sophomore, junior and senior seasons … two-time NISCA All-American in the 200 IM … three-time USA Swimming Academic All-American … four-time IHSAA all-state (200 IM, 500 free) … three-time team MVP and team captain … holds school records in 200 IM, 500 free

and 200 free … nine-time conference champion and league’s 200 IM record holder … all-state and All-American in the 200 IM in his junior and senior seasons … national finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award … vice president of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes … senior class treasurer … treasurer of the National Honor Society… son of Lisa and Gary Gauger … oldest of three children … graduated with a degree in pre-professional science from the College of Science.

free relay (3:07.19) ‘A’ squads in a dual meet with Pittsburgh … picked up additional second place finish in the 100 breast against the Panthers … season-best swim of 20.92 in the 50 free to take the top spot in the race against Louisville … part of the third-place Irish finisher in the 200

medley relay later in the meet against the Cardinals … placed fourth with the 200 medley squad (1:28.62) at the Hawkeye Invitational … claimed first relay gold medal of the season with the 200 medley relay ‘A’ entry in a dual meet against Cleveland State … touched in with a third place

Graduated Breast / Free 6-2 • 185 St. John, Ind. Lake Central AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Made first career appearance at the NCAA Championships, one of a record nine Notre Dame student-athletes to compete at the event, swimming in the 100 breast, 200 breast and the 400 medley relay … member of the runner-up 200 medley (1:32.09) and 400

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GAUGER’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 200 IM 1:52.19 Ohio State (2009) 400 IM 4:00.95 Northwestern Invite (2013) 100 Fly 51.86 Shamrock Invite (2011) 200 Fly 1:49.39 Northwestern Invite (2013) 200 Breast 2:12.26 Michigan State (2012)


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Fighting Irish time of 56.03 in the 100 breast at the Northwestern Invitational … set a school and BIG EAST Championship record with a final heat swim of 52.95 in the 100 breast to earn his first career conference gold medal finish at the IUPUI Natatorium … member of the runner-up 400 medley relay ‘A’ squad that logged a season-best time of 3:12.98 at the BIG EAST Championships. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Member of the winning 200 free relay team in the season-opening Dennis Stark Relays … swam the anchor leg of the runner-up 400 medley relay team at the Dennis Stark Relays … anchored the second place 200 medley relay at the Dennis Stark Relays … member of the runner-up 200 medley relay team in the quad meet with TCU, Michigan and Oakland… first swimmer in the water for the third place 400 free relay team in four-team dual meet … anchored the victorious 400 medley relay at Valparaiso … third-place finisher in the 100 breast (56.41) at Louisville … part of 200 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay teams that took third at the Hawkeye Invitational … claimed third place in the 100 breast (56.62) against Northwestern … runner-up to teammate Frank Dyer in the 50 free against Michigan State … touched the wall in third place in the 200 breast against Michigan State … anchor of the runner-up 200 free relay team at the Shamrock Invitational … won the 100 breast with a time of 56.20 at the Shamrock Invitational … member of the 400 free relay team that took third at the Shamrock Invitational … anchored the third place 200 medley relay team at the

RYAN KOTER Graduated Diving 5-9 • 150 Delmont, Pa. Franklin Regional AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Claimed fifth place off the 1-meter board with a score of 283.27 against Pittsburgh … seventh-place finisher in the 3-meter event (272.63) in the dual meet against the Panthers … cracked the podium with a score of 304.73 (third place) against Louisville … competed off 1 and 3-meter and platform boards at the Hawkeye Invitational … logged best finish of the season, placing second in the 1-meter competition (307.04) against Cleveland State … fourth-place finisher in the 3-meter event (266.78) later in the meet … registered season-high point totals off both the 1 (307.95) and 3-meter (324.35) boards at the Shamrock Invitational … entered in the 1 and 3-meter events, along with the platform dive, at the BIG EAST Championships. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Member of the runner-up 1-meter relay (580) at the season-opening Dennis Stark

BIG EAST Championships … swam a season-best 53.79 in the 100 breast to earn runner-up honors in the event at the BIG EAST Championships … second swimmer in the water for the second place 400 medley relay team at the BIG EAST Championships … personal-best time of 1:58.52 in the 200 breast at the BIG EAST Championships … won third career monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Set a new Notre Dame record in the 100 breast with his 53.75 performance at the BIG EAST Championships … that swim was the first ever 100 breast swim under 54 seconds in Notre Dame history … the 100 breast showing was also good for his first individual NCAA B-cut … swam the breaststroke legs of the 200 and 400 medley relays that set new Notre Dame records with NCAA B-cut times of 1:28.86 and 3:15.10, respectively … also recorded two additional personal-best scores at the league meet with swims of 2:01.18 in the 200 breast and 20.76 in the 50 free. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Delivered the ninthfastest 100 breast performance in program history at the BIG EAST Championships with a time of 55.63 … was a member of the 200 medley relay at the league meet that set a school record … the relay performance was an NCAA B-cut time … set a personal-best time of 2:07.72 in the 200 breast at the Shamrock Invitational … recorded a careerbest time of 20.81 at the league meet in the 50 free … finished the dual meet season with a top three performances in all seven 100 breast races he swam … recipient

of the Beeler Hipp award … swam in 16 breaststroke events during the course of the year. THE JOHNSON FILE: Four-year varsity swimmer at Lake Central (Ind.) under head coach Todd Smolinski … team MVP and state champion in his junior and senior seasons … team captain as a senior … Lake Central was undefeated in his junior and senior seasons … held a national ranking as a sophomore, junior and senior … AllAmerican in each of his four seasons … set school records in the 100 breast, 200 IM and 50 free … defending state champion in the 100 breast (56.56) after finishing runnerup in the 2007 edition of the event … the former effort ranked as the nation’s 11th best time in 2008 … went 20.60 during the 2008 Crown Point Sectional in the 50 free to win the event while bettering that mark with a 20.57 in the event less than one year later … won the 50 free at the 2008 high school sectional meet … member of the National Honor Society … son of Cathy and Greg Johnson … oldest of two children … graduated with a degree in marketing from the Mendoza College of Business.

Relays … fourth-place finisher in the 1-meter (269.85) at Pittsburgh … placed fifth in the 1-meter (285.38) at Purdue … scored 276.00 points to earn runner-up honors in the 1-meter at Louisville … career-high 1-meter score of 316.20 in a second-place finish against Northwestern … claimed third place (280.73) in the 1-meter at the Shamrock Invitational … competed in the BIG EAST Diving Championships, the BIG EAST Swimming Championships and the NCAA Zone Diving Championships … monogram winner. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Dove to a sixth-place finish in the 1-meter spring board at the BIG EAST Championships with a total of 294.75 points … that score was also a personal-best total … also improved his personal-best from the 3-meter height at the Shamrock Invitational with a total of 344.60 points … showed steady improvement throughout the season improving his 1-meter and 3-meter score by just under 30 + 70, respectively. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Delivered a solid performance for Notre Dame at the BIG EAST Championships with a fifth-place finish in the 3-meter spring board (320.65) and a sixth-place finish in the 1-meter spring board (272.25) … the 3-meter total was a personal-best … top performance at the 1-meter height came against Northwestern with a total of 279.08 points … improved by just under 80 points in the 3-meter dive over the course of the season. THE KOTER FILE: Earned four letters in diving at Franklin Regional (Pa.) under head coach Gary Guadagnino … three time All-American and Academic All-American as a senior … district champion as a sophomore … dove for club team under Julian and Doe Krug … holds several of his high school’s records … fourth at state meet as a senior … made numerous appearances at East Nationals … member

of National Honor Society … officer of Science National Honor Society … National Merit Finalist … drum major for Franklin’s marching band … active member of church youth group … son of Carol and Scott Koter … oldest of two children … graduated with a degree in pre-professional science from the College of Science.

JOHNSON’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Breast 52.95 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Breast 1:58.52 BIG EAST (2012) 50 Free 20.59 BIG EAST (2012)

KOTER’S CAREER BESTS Event Score Meet 1-meter (6) 316.20 Northwestern (2012) 3-meter (6) 344.60 Shamrock Invite (2011)

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GRADUATED SENIORS JOHN MCGINLEY Graduated Free / Fly 5-11 • 175 King of Prussia, Pa. Malvern AS A SENIOR (2012-13): One of a Notre Dame record nine swimmers to qualify for the NCAA Championships, participating on the 200, 400 and 800 free relay teams … earned honorable mention All-America recognition as a part of the 800 free relay squad that finished in 16th place … runner-up in both the 50 (21.28) and 100 free (45.98) in an early season dual meet with Pittsburgh … member of the second place 200 medley relay ‘A’ squad (1:32.09) against the Panthers … logged top-three results in the 200 free relay (1:22.12) and 100 free (45.48) in a dual matchup with Louisville … swam with the runner-up 800 free relay (6:30.72) at the Hawkeye Invitational … posted second place finishes in the 200 and 400 free relay finals at the Shamrock Invitational … member of the runner-up 800 free relay ‘A’ entry that clocked a time of 6:41.35 at the Northwestern Invitational … posted a personal-best time of 44.66 in the preliminary heat of the 100 free at the BIG

WESLEY MULLINS Graduated Fly / Free / IM 5-6 • 150 Louisville, KY. The Peddie School AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Swam in both the 200 fly (sixth place, 1:55.05) and the 400 IM (4:10.28) against Oakland … made only appearance in the 100 fly (53.13) during the season the following day in a dual meet at Michigan State … fifth-place finisher in the 200 fly with a time of 1:54.34 against Purdue … one of four Notre Dame swimmers to compete in the 500 free, touching in at 4:44.14 in a dual race against Pittsburgh. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Teamed with John Williamson for a fourth-place finish in the 1,000 free relay at

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Fighting Irish EAST Championships … helped set a school record in the 800 free relay (6:23.40) in a second place finish at the BIG EAST Championships … added a second runner-up result with the 200 free relay top lineup (1:18.91) at the BIG EAST Championships. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Member of the victorious 200 free relay squad in the season-opening Dennis Stark Relays … second swimmer in the water for the runner-up 200 fly relay team at the Dennis Stark Relays … third in the water for the third place 400 free relay team in the early season quad meet … runner-up in the 50 free (21.19) and 100 free (46.06) at Pittsburgh … anchored the runner-up 400 free relay team at Louisville … equaled a personal-best in the 50 free (21.09) at the Hawkeye Invitational … time of 1:41.74 earned third place in the 200 free against Northwestern … second in the water for the winning 400 free relay squad against Northwestern … third-place swimmer in the 200 free (1:41.46) against Michigan State … second Fighting Irish swimmer to touch the wall in the 100 free, earning runner-up honors with a time of 46.53 against Michigan State … swam with the second place 200 free relay team at the Shamrock Invitational … anchored the runner-up 800 free relay at the Shamrock Invitational … swam the third leg of the second place Notre Dame squad in the 800 free relay at the BIG EAST Championships … personal-best times of 20.69 in the 50 free, 44.81 in the 100 free and 1:37.44 in the 200 free at the BIG EAST Championships … third in the pool for the runner-up 200 free and 400 free relay teams at the BIG EAST Championships … earned monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Swam to personalbest times of 21.09 in the 50 free and 1:39.37 in the 200 free in the preliminary sessions of the BIG EAST Championships … swam the 200 IM in 1:54.63 at the Shamrock Invitational for another personal-best mark … top 100 free time on the

season was 45.64, just over a tenth of a second away from another personal-best time … tried his luck at the 100 breast at the Indy Grand Prix and finished in 1:00.65. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Competed in three individual races and in one relay for the Irish at the BIG EAST Championships, all of which were freestyle events … the 400 free relay performance was an NCAA B-cut time … swam personal-bests of 21.10 in the 50 free, 45.48 in the 100 free and 1:40.12 in the 200 free at the league meet … swam the 200 IM against Michigan State and finished in a time of 1:57 … competed against Pittsburgh in 100 fly, stopping the clock at 52.49 … swam in 17 freestyle events over the course of the season … tallied three top-three finishes on the dual meet season. THE MCGINLEY FILE: U.S. Open Qualifier … Senior National Qualifier … six-time Junior National Qualifier … swam for Malvern Prep (Pa.) … team captain as a senior … 13-time All-American … five-time first team all-area … five-time first team all-Main Line … five-time first team all-conference … National Catholic Champion in the 100 free … Easterns Prep School Champion in 100 free and 400 free relay … four-time team MVP … holds school records in the 100 free, 200 free, 200 IM, 200 free relay and 400 free relay … four-time letter winner in water polo … son of Patti and John McGinley … has one younger sister (Maura) and one younger brother (Mikey) … graduated with a degree in finance from the Mendoza College of Business.

the season-opening Dennis Stark Relays … claimed sixth place in the 200 fly (1:54.55) at Pittsburgh … third in the water for the runner-up 400 yard medley relay team at Valparaiso … won the 1,000 free in 10:00.12 at Valparaiso … claimed third place in the 500 free (5:01.31) at Valparaiso … finished third in the 200 fly (1:52.46) against Northwestern … logged a time of 4:35.46 in the 500 free to earn sixth place at the Shamrock Invitational … anchored the fifth-place 800 free relay squad at the Shamrock Invitational … won a monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Swam two personalbest times at the Shamrock Invitational with showings of 3:58.73 in the 400 IM and 1:49.83 in the 200 fly … top 200 IM swim on the season came against Cleveland State with a 1:56.67 performance … swam the 500 free in 4:35.01 Sat the Shamrock Invitational for another top season time … that swim was just over one tenth of a second away from being a personal-best time … dropped over 14 seconds in the 500 free over the course of the season. AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Recorded personal-best times in the 500 free (4:34.89), the 400 IM (3:58.91) and the 200 fly (1:50.23) during the preliminary session of the BIG EAST Championship as an exhibition swimmer … touched the pad in a time of 53.05 in the 100 fly against Louisville … specialized in the fly events and swam a total of 11 during the season … recorded three top three finishes during dual

meets, which included a win in the 200 fly against Michigan State. THE MULLINS FILE: Regional champion and letter winner in each of his four years on the varsity team at The Peddie School (N.J.) under head coach Greg Wriede … team captain, all-state, all-conference, state champion and AllAmerican as a senior … prep team was undefeated his senior season … All-American in the 100 fly (50.50), 200 IM (153.30), 200 free (1:40) and 400 free … Junior National qualifier … 2007 Easterns Champion … U.S. Open qualifier … Short Course Nationals qualifier … earned four national rankings throughout his career … held the 200 fly record at the New York City Open from 2007-08 … won the 500 free at the 2008 Mid-Atlantic Prep League Championships … part of school’s academic honor roll and Blue Key Society … in 2006, awarded school’s 1954 Boys’Team Trophy, given the team’s most improved swimmer … son of Cheri Schnautz and Alan Mullins … mother was a gymnast at Indiana State … oldest of three children … graduated with a degree in civil engineering from the College of Engineering.

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MCGINLEY’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 50 Free 20.52 BIG EAST (2012) 100 Free 44.66 BIG EAST (2013) 200 Free 1:37.44 BIG EAST (2012) 200 IM 1:54.63 Shamrock Invite (2011) 100 Fly 52.49 Pittsburgh (2009)

MULLINS’ CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 500 Free 4:34.89 BIG EAST (2010) 400 IM 3:58.73 Shamrock Invite (2011) 100 Fly 53.05 Louisville (2010) 200 Fly 1:49.83 Shamrock Invite (2011)


GRADUATED SENIORS

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KEVIN OVERHOLT Graduated Free 6-3 • 220 Naperville, Ill. Neuqua Valley AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Took home first place in the 50 free with a time of 20.95 against Pittsburgh … was a member of the victorious 200 medley relay ‘A’ squad (1:31.64) later in the meet … relay team repeated as event winner the following day against Louisville, logging a time of 1:29.18 … earned top-five finishes in the 50 free (21.07, fourth) and 100 free (46.25, fifth) later in the meet with the Cardinals … runner-up finish with the 200 free relay (1:19:56) at the Hawkeye Invitational … picked up third victory of the season with the 200 medley relay team (1:32.44) against Cleveland State … touched in with a second place time of 46.94 in the 100 free, and a third place finish in 21.39 against the Vikings … swam with the 200 medley and 400 and 800 free relay entries at the Northwestern Invitational. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Anchored the victorious 200 free relay at the season-opening Dennis Stark Relays … swam the fourth leg for the runner-up squad in the 200 medley relay at the early season quad meet … first-place

finisher in the 50 free (20.76) and the 100 free (45.83) as a double-winner at Pittsburgh … member of the second place 400 free relay team at Louisville … logged a personalbest 44.66 in the 100 free at the Hawkeye Invitational … part of the third place 400 free relay team at the Hawkeye Invitational … anchored the runner-up 200 medley relay squad against Northwestern … won the 50 free (20.84) and 100 free (45.34) against Northwestern … member of the victorious 400 free relay team against Northwestern … final swimmer in the water for the winning 200 medley relay team against Michigan State … posted a time of 1:40.90 to win the 200 free, and followed up with an effort of 45.95 to claim the 100 free win against Michigan State … part of the runner-up 200 free relay and 800 free relay teams at the Shamrock Invitational … anchor of the runner-up 800 free relay team at the BIG EAST Championships … personal-best time of 20.07 in the 50 free at the BIG EAST Championships … member of runner-up 200 free and 400 relay efforts at BIG EAST Championships … recorded second personal-best (1:37.98-200 free) at the BIG East Championships … monogram winner. AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Anchored the 200 medley relay in route to a school record of 1:28.86 at the BIG EAST Championships … that performance was an NCAA B-cut … amassed a total of six top-eight finishes at the league championships including three individual and three relay performances … earned a sixth-place finish in the 100 free (44.97), a seventh-place finish in the 200 free (1:39.70) and another seventh-place finish in the 50 free (20.47) … relay showings included being a member of the secondplace 800 free relay, the fourth-place 200 free relay and the fourth-place 200 medley relay, all of which were NCAA B-cut times … set two personal-best times in the preliminary sessions of the 50 free (20.41) and the 100 free (44.68) … just under three tenths of a second away from a personalbest in the 200 free … competed in 20 individual freestyle events over the course of the season.

AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10): Performed primarily as a freestyler and secured three personal-bests during the BIG EAST Championships … personal-bests include performances in the final session of the 50 free (20.79) and the 200 free (1:38.80) and in the preliminary session of the 100 free (45.60) … career-best in the 500 free came at the Ohio State Invitational with a time of 4:35.12 in the preliminary session … collected six top-three finishes on the dual meet season … took home second in the 200 and 500 free in a tri-meet with Cleveland State and Miami (Ohio) for his best regular season performance. THE OVERHOLT FILE: Tabbed as the 24th-best prospect by CollegeSwimming.com … nine-time All-American and all-state performer … achieved a 2008 Olympic Trials qualifying time in the 100m free (51.43) … National Junior Team qualifier in the 100 free … placed second in the 200 free at the 2008 Speedos Grand Prix while clocking the nation’s 10th fastest time in the event on the season and fourth in the 100 free (46.00) at the 2008 Illinois state meet while representing Naperville Neuqua Valley (Ill.) … helped his squad claim the title in the 200 free relay at the meet en route to the overall team title … long course state champion in the 200 and 100 free and the senior 800 free relay and 400 medley relay … went 23.53 in the 50 free (long course), which qualifies him for the upcoming U.S. Summer Nationals … earned four varsity letters … began swimming when he was eight … son of Peggy and Ken Overholt … has one younger brother … first member of his family to attend Notre Dame … played the bassoon in school’s concert band … competed for school’s water polo team for two seasons … graduated with a degree in accounting from the Mendoza College of Business.

OVERHOLT’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 50 Free 20.07 BIG EAST (2012) 100 Free 44.16 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Free 1:37.98 BIG EAST (2012) 500 Free 4:35.12 Ohio State Invite (2009)

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GRADUATED SENIORS MASON WEBER Graduated Breast / IM 5-11 • 180 Marshall, Mo. Marshall AS A SENIOR (2012-13): Earned a fourth place finish in the 200 breast against Pittsburgh, clocking a time of 2:11.59 … logged a sixth place result in the 100 breast (59.71), and was a member of the 200 medley relay squad that finished fifth with a time of (1:37.24) … added a swim in the 200 medley relay the following day against Louisville … claimed third place with the 200 medley relay (1:36.31) and fourth place in the 100 breast (59.57) in a dual meet against Cleveland State. AS A JUNIOR (2011-12): Monogram winner … earned a sixth-place finish in the 100 breast (58.22) at Pittsburgh … claimed fifth in the 200 breast with a time of 2:10.37 at Pittsburgh … member of the runner-up 400 free relay team at Purdue … second swimmer in the water for

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THE WEBER FILE: Four-time high school All-American at Marshall (Mo.) while collecting the honors in the 100 breast and 200 IM in both his junior and senior seasons … 10-time all-state performer with eight individual and two relay accolades … USA Swimming National Championship qualifier in the 100 breast (56.05) and 200 IM (1:51.97) … his 100 breast time was the second-fastest in the history of the Missouri high school state championship meet … undefeated during prep regular-season meets for three years … four-time team captain and MVP of high school team … earned four letters … holds each of his school’s records in each event … two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American … three-time honoree on the Missouri Valley Swimming LSC All-Academic team … made the top-eight at Junior Nationals in spring 2009 … member of National Honor Society … president of Future Business Leaders of America … high school valedictorian … son of Amy and Dan Weber … grandfather played football for Missouri and semi-pro baseball … great-grandfather was a four-sport letterman at Emporia (Kan.) … has one brother, Kyle … enrolled in the College of Science.

WEBER’S CAREER BESTS Event Time Meet 100 Breast 54.39 BIG EAST (2012) 200 Breast 1:58.10 BIG EAST (2012) 200 IM 1:52.03 BIG EAST (2011) 100 Fly 52.91 Purdue (2010)


NOTRE DAME Fighting Irish

History & Records

Notre Dame won its sixth BIG EAST Championship in 10 years at the 2013 conference meet, shattering the championship record by scoring 991 points. The team placed in the top five squads at the league meet in each of its final 15 seasons as a BIG EAST member.


ALL-TIME RESULTS First season............................1958 (55 seasons) Overall dual meet record......400-256-1 (.610) Conference titles............................................12 Conference Championship runner-ups.........6 BIG EAST Event Champions...........................42 BIG EAST Coach of the Year awards................6 NCAA participants.. ..............12 (16 total apps.) All-Americans........................8 (four individual) Academic All-Americans.......Frank Dyer (2013) Bill Bass (2012) Ted Brown (2007) Ray Fitzpatrick (2000) Most wins (season).......13 (1987-88, 1990-91) Fewest losses (season)...1 (1974-75, 1997-98) Highest winning pct. (season)...... .917 (11-1) 1974-75, 1997-98) Best undefeated start..............10-0 (1974-75) Longest winning streak................................11 (Feb. 23, 1974 - Feb. 12, 1975) Longest home winning streak, Rockne Memorial......................................11 (Feb. 24, 1973 - Feb. 12, 1975) Longest home winning streak, Rolfs Aquatic Center.................................10 (Nov. 3, 1990-Feb. 2, 1991) Most invitational titles (season)....................4 (1990-91, 1998-99) Most points (BIG EAST Championship) 991 (2013) [meet record} Assistant Coaches John Komora............................................... 1981-82 Mark Mamula.............................................. 1982-83 John Gibbons............................................... 1983-85 Tom Streit...............................................1985-86 (v) Greg Lambert.............................................. 1985-87 Michael Roberts.......................................... 1987-90 Randy Julian................................................ 1990-95 Kristin Heath............................................... 1996-97 Rob Fellrath............................................1996-99 (v) Maureen McFall..................................1999-2000 (v) Jonathan Jennings..................................1997-2001 Matt Tallman.......................................2001-present Josh Skube..............................................2005-11 (v) Steven Brus............................................2011-12 (v) John Lytle...............................................2012-13 (v) Matt Dorsch....................................2013-present (v) Diving Coaches Chris Payne.................................................. 1977-79 Fritz Shadley........................... 1978-79 (v), 1980-81 Stephen Bollman........................................ 1985-87 Leigh Anne Grabovez.................................. 1987-88 Tim Davis..................................................... 1988-89 Tracy Brennan............................................. 1989-92 Adam Hirschfeld.......................................... 1992-94 Caiming Xie.........................................1995-present Joe Huyler...............................................2012-13 (v) (v) - indicates volunteer assistant coach

Dennis Stark 1958-85 174-135-1 (.561)

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Tim Welsh 1985-present 226-121 (.651)

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Year-by-Year Results

Year Coach Captain(s) W L Pct. Conference Finish 1958-59 Dennis Stark Thomas Londrigan, Richard Nagle 5 5 .500* -1959-60 Dennis Stark Eugene Witchger 7 3 .700 -1960-61 Dennis Stark Eugene Witchger 7 5 .583 -1961-62 Dennis Stark Joseph Bracco, David Witchger 6 6 .500 -1962-63 Dennis Stark John MacLeod 6 6 .500 -Dennis Stark Charles Blanchard 6 4 .600 -1963-64 1964-65 Dennis Stark Rory Culhane 5 6 .455 -Dennis Stark John Stoltz 6 6 .500 -1965-66 1966-67 Dennis Stark Richard Strack 7 3 .700 -- 1967-68 Dennis Stark Thomas Bourke 5 6 .455 -- 1968-69 Dennis Stark John May 6 6 .500 -- 1969-70 Dennis Stark Vincent Spohn 7 7 .500 -1970-71 Dennis Stark James Cooney 5 7 .417 -1971-72 Dennis Stark Brian Short 7 5 .583 -- 1972-73 Dennis Stark George Block 7 5 .583 -- 1973-74 Dennis Stark Edward Graham 8 4 .667 -Dennis Stark James Kane 11 1 .917 -1974-75 1975-76 Dennis Stark Mark Foster 2 9 .222 -1976-77 Dennis Stark William Scott 3 7 .300 -Dennis Stark James Severyn 5 5 .500 -1977-78 1978-79 Dennis Stark John Nolan 5 6 .455 -Dennis Stark John Komara 7 5 .583 -1979-80 1980-81 Dennis Stark David Campbell, John Komara 9 3 .750 -1981-82 Dennis Stark Don Casey, John Gibbons 9 3 .750 -Dennis Stark Greg Bohdan, Paul McGowan 9 4 .692 -1982-83 1983-84 Dennis Stark Daniel Flynn, Al Harding 7 4 .636 2nd Dennis Stark Timothy Bohdan, Brian Casey 7 4 .636 2nd 1984-85 1985-86 Tim Welsh John Coffey, Charles Brady 6 5 .545 1st 1986-87 Tim Welsh Stephen Coffey, Christopher Walsh 10 5 .667 -Tim Welsh Ken Barker, Pat McManus 11 2 .846 1st 1987-88 1988-89 Tim Welsh John Froman, Brian Vogel 7 4 .636 1st 1989-90 Tim Welsh Mark Lowney, Tom Penn 11 2 .846 1st 1990-91 Tim Welsh Jim Byrne, Paul Godfrey, Brian Rini 13 3 .813 1st 1991-92 Tim Welsh Jim Birmingham, Chuck Smith 11 8 .579 1st 1992-93 Tim Welsh John Godfrey, Tom Whowell 11 2 .846 2nd 1993-94 Tim Welsh Kevin Flanagan, David Nathe 7 9 .438 2nd 1994-95 Tim Welsh Mike Keeley, Andy Kiley 6 8 .429 3rd 1995-96 Tim Welsh George Lathrop, Tim Sznewajs 6 5 .545 7th 1996-97 Tim Welsh Matthew Rose 7 5 .583 7th 1997-98 Tim Welsh Steve Cardwell, Brian Najarian 11 1 .917 4th 1998-99 Tim Welsh Chris Fugate, Steele Whowell 4 4 .500 2nd 1999-00 Tim Welsh Sean Casey, Ray Fitzpatrick 5 3 .625 2nd 2000-01 Tim Welsh Ryan Verlin, Matt Hedden 7 2 .778 4th 2001-02 Tim Welsh Mike Koss, Jonathan Pierce 11 3 .786 4th 2002-03 Tim Welsh Jason Fitzpatrick, John Hudson, 6 8 .429 4th Andy Maggio 2003-04 Tim Welsh Josh Dermott, Matt Obringer 8 7 .533 2nd 2004-05 Tim Welsh Matt Bertke 10 2 .833 1st 2005-06 Tim Welsh Patrick Heffernan, Jamie Lutkus 10 2 .833 1st 2006-07 Tim Welsh Ted Brown, Louis Cavadini, 11 3 .786 2nd Tim Kegelman Tim Welsh Sam Pendergast, Rob Seery 4 6 .400 1st 2007-08 Sam Stoner, Eric Swenson Tim Welsh Bill Bauman, Michael Bulfin, 7 6 .538 1st 2008-09 MacKenzie LeBlanc, Mitchell Sherman Tim Welsh Michael Sullivan, John Lytle, 5 6 .455 2nd 2009-10 MacKenzie LeBlanc 2010-11 Tim Welsh Michael Sullivan 6 4 .600 2nd 2011-12 Tim Welsh Marshall Sherman, 6 4 .600 1st Christopher Johnson 2012-13 Tim Welsh Colin Babcock, Frank Dyer, Christopher Johnson, John McGinley 9 2 .818 1st 54-year totals 400 256 .610* 12 titles After being an independent for 26 years, Notre Dame competed in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference from 1983-84 to 1994-95 (though it did not compete in the 1986-87 league championships) before joining the BIG EAST Conference in 1995-96. * includes one tie

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UNIVERSITY & POOL RECORDS

Fighting Irish

University Records Event

Name

Rolfs Aquatic Center Records

Time / Score Date

FREESTYLE Frank Dyer 19.62 50-yard 100-yard Frank Dyer 43.08 200-yard Frank Dyer 1:33.71 500-yard Frank Dyer 4:17.49 1,000-yard James McEldrew 9:13.41 1,650-yard Jay Vanden Berg 15:15.99 BACKSTROKE Petar Petrovic 47.95 100-yard 200-yard Michael Sullivan 1:45.10 BREASTSTROKE 100-yard Christopher Johnson 52.95 200-yard Zachary Stephens 1:55.21 BUTTERFLY Bill Bass 47.03 100-yard 200-yard John Williamson 1:43.94 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Bill Bass 1:44.81 200-yard 400-yard Michael Sullivan 3:50.94 MEDLEY RELAY Bogac Ayhan, 1:26.33 200-yard Cameron Miller, Frank Dyer, Zachary Stephens Bogac Ayhan, 3:11.50 400-yard Christopher Johnson, Bill Bass, Frank Dyer FREESTYLE RELAY Frank Dyer, 1:18.79 200-yard Kevin Overholt, John McGinley, Bill Bass John Lytle, 2:54.08 400-yard Danny Lutkus, Joshua Nosal, Andrew Hoffman Frank Dyer, 6:23.40 800-yard Kevin Hughes, John McGinley, Bill Bass DIVING 387.97 1-meter (6) Michael Bulfin 3-meter (6) Eric Lex 405.15

2.28.13 3.2.13 2.15.12 3.28.13 2.18.12 2.18.06 2.18.11 2.21.09 3.1.13 3.2.13 2.17.12 3.2.13 2.16.12 2.18.11 2.27.13 3.28.13 2.16.12 2.21.09 2.27.13 1.16.09 1.29.11

Event

Name

Team

FREESTYLE 50-yard Blondell Louisville 100-yard Blondell Louisville 200-yard Worsely Denver 500-yard Worsely Denver 1,000-yard Jaeger Michigan 1,650-yard Belzer Iowa BACKSTROKE 100-yard Grevers Northwestern 200-yard Grevers Northwestern BREASTSTROKE 100-yard Chastain Louisville 200-yard Stephens Notre Dame BUTTERFLY 100-yard Kegelman Notre Dame 200-yard Marmolejo West Virginia INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 200-yard Grevers Northwestern 400-yard Myers Denver MEDLEY RELAY 200-yard Ayhan, Notre Dame Miller, Dyer, Overholt West Virginia 400-yard Tolic, Donohue, Marmolejo, Delic FREESTYLE RELAY 200-yard Blondell, Louisville Chastain, Hoekstra, De Lucca 400-yard Johnson, Oakland Hartzel, Sullivan, Broadbent 800-yard Gordon, Iowa Partridge, Behles, Huff DIVING 1-meter (6) Boudia Purdue 3-meter (6) Boudia Purdue

Time / Score 19.90 43.62 1:35.98 4:21.98 9:10.63 15:28.85 48.01 1:43.96 54.53 1:59.53

Date 11.10.12 11.10.12 1.24.09 1.24.09 10.15.11 1.28.12 1.22.05 1.22.05 11.10.12 11.10.12

47.66 1:47.43

12.3.04 1.24.09

1:45.12 3:56.03

1.20.07 1.24.09

1:29.18

11.10.12

3:17.98

1.26.07

1:19.93

11.10.12

2:58.09

12.8.01

6:39.69

1.29.11

394.95 473.47

11.6.10 11.6.10

Jay Vanden Berg, the Notre Dame record holder in the 1,650-yard freestyle (15:15.99, 2/18/06)

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ALL-TIME TOP PERFORMANCES Name

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Time/Score Date

50-yard Freestyle 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Frank Dyer Frank Dyer Frank Dyer Frank Dyer Frank Dyer John Lytle Kevin Overholt John Lytle Frank Dyer Kevin Overholt

19.62 2.28.13 19.72 2.28.13 19.78 2.28.13 19.84 2.16.12 19.99 11.30.12 20.05 2.19.09 20.07 2.16.12 20.08 2.19.09 20.14 11.30.12 20.17 12.2.11

100-yard Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer 2. Frank Dyer 3. Frank Dyer 4. Frank Dyer 5. Frank Dyer 6. John Lytle 7. John Lytle 8. John Lytle 9. John Lytle 10. Frank Dyer

43.08 43.22 43.24 43.28 43.33 43.46 43.48 43.49 43.56 44.04

3.2.13 2.18.12 3.18.12 2.18.12 2.18.12 2.21.09 2.21.09 2.21.09 2.20.10 3.24.12

200-yard Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer 2. Frank Dyer 3. Frank Dyer Frank Dyer 5. Frank Dyer 6. Frank Dyer 7. Frank Dyer 8. Frank Dyer 9. Frank Dyer 10. John Lytle

1:33.71 2.15.12 1:33.94 3.23.12 1:34.00 2.17.12 1:34.00 3.23.12 1:34.17 3.1.13 1:34.70 3.1.13 1:34.77 3.28.13 1:34.89 3.28.13 1:35.58 12.3.11 1:35.79 2.20.09

500-yard Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer 2. Frank Dyer 3. Frank Dyer 4. Frank Dyer 5. Frank Dyer 6. Frank Dyer 7. MacKenzie LeBlanc 8. Frank Dyer 9. Frank Dyer 10. Jay Vanden Berg

4:17.39 3.28.13 4:17.97 3.22.12 4:18.50 2.16.12 4:19.08 2.17.11 4:20.53 2.28.13 4:20.63 11.30.12 4:22.05 2.21.08 4:22.28 12.2.11 4:22.75 12.2.11 4:22.82 2.16.06

1,000-yard Freestyle 1. James McEldrew 2. Brennan Jacobsen 3. Jay Vanden Berg 4. Kevin Hughes 5. Brennan Jacobsen 6. Jonathan Pierce 7. Kevin Hughes 8. Steven Brus 9. Andrew Deters 10. Andrew Deters

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9:13.41 2.18.12 9:14.01 2.18.12 9:14.25 2.18.06 9:14.59 2.18.12 9:14.90 3.2.13 9:15.52 2.23.02 9:16.22 3.2.13 9:16.39 2.21.09 9:16.41 2.21.09 9:17.30 2.23.08

Frank Dyer owns nine of the top 10 Irish 200 freestyle times, and is the school record holder in eight events.

1,650-yard Freestyle 1. Jay Vanden Berg 2. Brennan Jacobsen 3. Kevin Hughes 4. Jay Vanden Berg 5. John Nappi 6. Brennan Jacobsen 7. Kevin Hughes 8. Andrew Deters 9. John Nappi 1 0. Andrew Deters

200-yard Breaststroke

15:15.99 2.18.06 15:16.77 2.18.12 15:17.53 2.18.12 15:19.30 2.19.05 15:21.62 3.2.13 15:22.12 3.2.13 15:25.24 3.2.13 15:26.43 2.21.09 15:27.69 2.18.12 15:27.78 2.23.08

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Zachary Stephens Zachary Stephens Cameron Miller Cameron Miller Zachary Stephens Zachary Stephens Zachary Stephens Cameron Miller Cameron Miller Mason Weber

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bill Bass Bill Bass Bill Bass Tim Kegelman Jonathan Williamson Bill Bass Tim Kegelman Tim Kegelman Tim Kegelman Bill Bass

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

John Williamson John Williamson John Williamson John Williamson MacKenzie LeBlanc Bill Bass John Williamson Bill Bass MacKenzie LeBlanc John Williamson

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Bill Bass Zachary Stephens Bill Bass Bill Bass Bill Bass Zachary Stephens Colin Babcock Bill Bass Zachary Stephens Bill Bass

100-yard Backstroke 1. Petar Petrovic 2. Petar Petrovic 3. Petar Petrovic 4. Bertie Nel 5. Petar Petrovic 6. Petar Petrovic 7. Bogac Ayhan 8. Matthew Buerger 9. Bertie Nel 10. Bogac Ayhan

100-yard Butterfly

47.95 2.18.11 48.29 2.18.11 48.49 2.18.11 48.61 11.30.12 48.64 2.19.10 48.72 2.19.10 48.72 3.1.13 48.77 3.1.13 48.79 12.1.12 48.80 3.1.13

200-yard Backstroke 1. Michael Sullivan 2. Petar Petrovic 3. Michael Sullivan 4. Matthew Buerger 5. Petar Petrovic 6. Bertie Nel 7. Steve Shomberger 8. Michael Sullivan 9. Bertie Nel 10. Bertie Nel Christopher Johnson Zachary Stephens Cameron Miller Christopher Johnson Zachary Stephens Christopher Johnson Christopher Johnson Zachary Stephens Christopher Johnson Cameron Miller

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52.95 53.17 53.53 53.55 53.72 53.75 53.78 53.89 53.94 53.96

47.03 47.38 47.47 47.66 47.93 47.97 48.06 48.10 48.11 48.26

2.17.12 3.1.13 2.17.12 12.3.04 3.1.13 3.1.13 2.17.05 2.18.05 12.3.04 2.18.11

200-yard Butterfly

1:45.10 2.21.09 1:45.75 2.19.11 1:45.76 2.19.11 1:45.78 3.2.13 1:45.87 2.20.10 1:45.99 11.30.12 1:46.06 2.19.05 1:46.07 2.21.09 1:46.31 11.30.12 1:46.48 2.18.12

100-yard Breaststroke 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1:55.21 3.2.13 1:55.43 3.28.13 1:55.46 3.10.13 1:56.24 3.2.13 1:56.43 3.28.13 1:57.06 2.18.12 1:57.44 2.18.12 1:57.57 2.18.12 1:57.95 3.28.13 1:58.10 2.18.12

1:43.94 3.2.13 1:44.00 3.28.13 1:44.18 3.28.13 1:44.74 2.18.12 1:45.06 2.21.09 1:45.27 3.2.13 1:45.35 3.2.13 1:45.60 2.18.12 1:45.94 2.23.08 1:45.96 2.18.12

200-yard Individual Medley 3.1.13 3.1.13 3.1.13 3.28.13 3.1.13 2.18.11 2.17.12 3.28.13 3.1.13 3.28.13

1:44.81 1:45.41 1:45.78 1:46.08 1:46.14 1:46.33 1:46.40 1:46.44 1:46.56 1:46.65

2.16.12 2.28.13 2.28.13 3.10.13 3.10.13 3.28.13 2.28.13 2.18.10 2.28.13 2.28.13


ALL-TIME TOP PERFORMANCES AND PERFORMERS

Fighting Irish

400-yard Freestyle Relay

400-yard Individual Medley 1. Michael Sullivan 2. Matthew DeBlasio 3. Michael Sullivan 4. John Nappi 5. Michael Sullivan 6. Jamie Lutkus 7. John Nappi 8. Matthew DeBlasio 9. Matthew DeBlasio 10. Colin Babcock

3:50.94 2.18.11 3:50.95 3.1.13 3:51.13 2.20.09 3:51.33 3.1.13 3:51.67 2.19.10 3:52.07 2.17.06 3:52.08 3.1.13 3:52.36 2.15.12 3:52.86 3.1.13 3:52.87 3.1.13

200-yard Medley Relay 1. 2. 2.

Bogac Ayhan 1:26.33 2.27.13 Cameron Miller Frank Dyer Zachary Stephens Bogac Ayhan 1:27.76 3.29.13 Cameron Miller Bill Bass Frank Dyer Bertie Nel 1:28.62 12.1.12 Chris Johnson Frank Dyer Zachary Stephens

1. 2. 3.

Bogac Ayhan Christopher Johnson Bill Bass Frank Dyer Bertie Nel Christopher Johnson Bill Bass Frank Dyer Bogac Ayhan Christopher Johnson Bill Bass Zachary Stephens

1. 2. 3.

Frank Dyer Kevin Overholt John McGinley Bill Bass Frank Dyer Zachary Stephens John McGinley Bill Bass John Lytle Andrew Hoffman Joshua Nosal Danny Lutkus

400-yard Medley Relay 3:11.50 3.28.13

3:12.67 2.15.12

3:12.98 3.1.13

200-yard Freestyle Relay 1:18.79 2.15.12

1:18.91 2.28.13

1:19.42 2.19.09

1. 2. 3.

John Lytle Danny Lutkus Joshua Nosal Andrew Hoffman Frank Dyer Zachary Stephens John McGinley Bill Bass Frank Dyer Kevin Overholt John McGinley Bill Bass

1. 2. 3.

Frank Dyer Kevin Hughes John McGinley Bill Bass Frank Dyer Colin Babcock John McGinley Kevin Overholt Frank Dyer Keving Hughes John McGinley Bill Bass

2:54.08 2.21.09

2:54.43 3.2.13

2:55.42 2.15.12

800-yard Freestyle Relay 6:23.40 2.27.13

6:24.11 2.15.12

50-yard Freestyle 6:25.32 3.30.13

1-meter Diving (6) 1. Michael Bulfin 2. Eric Lex 3. Eric Lex 4. Nick Nemetz 5. Andy Maggio 6. Nick Nemetz 7. Wesley Villaflor 8. Eric Lex 9. Eric Lex 10. Michael Bulfin

361.65 360.75 355.70 353.85 350.48 349.28 347.70 345.37 342.07 340.65

1.26.08 1.12.11 2.11.11 1.21.12 2.2.01 11.2.12 1.12.11 1.14.11 1.21.11 1.18.08

3-meter Diving (6) 1. Eric Lex 2. Michael Bulfin 3. Michael Bulfin 4. Andy Maggio 5. Michael Bulfin 6. Michael Bulfin 7. Nick Nemetz 8. Michael Bulfin 9. Eric Lex 10. Nathan Geary

Eric Lex (‘11) scored a Notre Dame record 405.15 points in the 3-meter dive at the 2011 BIG EAST Championships to win the BIG EAST Most Outstanding Diver award.

405.15 393.37 390.98 383.85 387.45 380.62 380.25 378.30 375.60 369.10

1.29.11 1.26.08 1.19.08 2.2.02 1.18.08 1.12.08 11.9.12 1.26.07 1.21.11 2.12.11

1. Frank Dyer 2. John Lytle 3. Kevin Overholt 4. Andrew Hoffman 5. Frank Frakowski 6. Tim Randolph 7. John McGinley 8. Louis Cavadini 9. Christopher Johnson 10. David Anderson 11. Bill Bass 12. Ray Fitzpatrick 13. Zachary Stephens 1 4. Jim Birmingham 15. John Koselka 16. Thomas Van Volkenburg 17. Ron Royer 18. Sam Pendergast 1 9. Marshall Sherman 2 0. Kevin Rahill

19.62 2.28.13 20.05 2.19.09 20.07 2.15.12 20.39 2.19.09 20.45 2.20.03 20.48 2.20.03 20.52 2.15.12 20.58 2.15.07 20.59 2.15.12 20.60 2.19.09 20.64 1.25.13 20.73 2.25.99 20.78 10.27.12 20.88 11.29.90 20.92 3.3.88 20.96 2.19.09 20.98 2.21.98 21.00 2.15.07 21.01 2.19.09 21.06 1.23.09

100-yard Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer 2. John Lytle 3. Kevin Overholt 4. Andrew Hoffman 5. John McGinley 6. Colin Babcock 7. Danny Lutkus 8. Thomas Van Volkenburg 9. Louis Cavadini 10. Ray Fitzpatrick Joshua Nosal 12. Frank Krakowski 13. Jim Birmingham 1 4. Matt Obringer 15. Zachary Stephens 16. Jeff Wood 17. Nick Fanslau 18. David Anderson 1 9. Tim Randolph 20. David Nathe

43.08 3.2.13 43.46 2.21.09 44.16 2.15.12 44.23 2.21.09 44.66 3.2.13 44.74 3.2.13 44.76 2.21.09 45.02 2.21.09 45.04 2.17.07 45.07 2.27.99 45.07 2.19.11 45.15 2.22.03 45.24 12.1.90 45.46 2.21.04 45.50 11.30.12 45.53 2.21.09 45.65 2.18.06 45.66 2.21.09 45.73 2.19.05 45.76 2.22.92

John Lytle (‘10) was one of the most accomplished Notre Dame sprint distance freestyle swimmers.

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ALL-TIME TOP PERFORMERS Name

Time / Score Date

200-yard Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer 1:33.71 2.15.12 2. John Lytle 1:35.79 2.20.09 3. Kevin Hughes 1:36.45 3.1.13 4. Kevin Overholt 1:37.09 2.15.12 5. Andrew Hoffman 1:37.25 2.20.09 6. MacKenzie LeBlanc 1:37.30 2.7.09 7. John McGinley 1:37.44 2.15.12 8. Steven Brus 1:38.22 2.20.09 9. Ted Brown 1:38.26 2.16.07 10. Danny Lutkus 1:38.30 2.20.09 11. Joshua Nosal 1:38.31 2.20.09 12. Ray Fitzpatrick 1:38.36 2.25.99 13. Matt Obringer 1:38.49 2.21.03 14. John Nappi 1:38.74 2.15.12 15. David Nathe 1:39.43 3.8.91 16. Rob Seery 1:39.35 2.16.07 17. Michael Huspith 1:39.53 11.30.12 18. Brian Freeman 1:39.89 2.16.07 19. Thomas Van Volkenburg 1:40.12 2.19.10 1:40.14 2.16.05 20. Matt Bertke

500-yard Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer 2. MacKenzie LeBlanc 3. Jay Vanden Berg 4. Kevin Hughes 5. Brennan Jacobsen 6. Steven Brus 7. John Williamson 8. John Nappi 9. Michael Sullivan 10. Ted Brown 11. Jace Hopper 12. Jeff Wood 13. Matthew DeBlasio 14. Andrew Deters 15. James McEldrew 16. Joshua Nosal 17. Jonathan Pierce 18. Matt Obringer 19. Danny Lutkus 20. Patrick Davis

4:17.49 4:22.05 4:22.82 4:23.67 4:23.71 4:23.99 4:24.87 4:25.09 4:25.13 4:25.83 4:26.01 4:26.03 4:26.60 4:26.66 4:27.05 4:27.34 4:27.39 4:27.57 4:28.61 4:28.89

3.28.13 2.21.08 2.16.06 2.28.13 2.28.13 2.19.09 2.28.13 2.28.13 2.19.09 2.19.04 2.16.06 2.19.09 2.28.13 2.19.09 2.15.12 2.19.09 2.15.01 2.20.03 2.19.09 2.19.04

1,000-yard Freestyle 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

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9:13.41 9:14.04 9:14.25 9:14.59 9:15.52 9:16.39 9:16.41 9:19.33 9:21.49 9:22.35 9:22.88 9:23.23 9:26.35 9:27.43 9:28.39 9:29.04 9:30.08 9:30.09 9:31.78 9:32.58

2.18.12 2.18.12 2.18.06 2.18.12 2.23.02 2.21.09 2.21.09 3.2.13 2.18.06 1.21.11 1.28.05 2.21.04 2.20.10 2.23.08 1.21.11 1.24.98 2.19.05 2.21.02 2.21.98 3.2.13

1,650-yard Freestyle 1. Jay Vanden Berg 2. Brennan Jacobsen 3. Kevin Hughes 4. John Nappi 5. Andrew Deters 6. James McEldrew 7. Jace Hopper 8. Steven Brus 9. Jonathan Pierce 10. Patrick Davis 11. Rob Seery 12. Ryan Belecanech 13. Chris Zeches 14. Shane McKenzie 15. John Lubker 16. Justin Barber 17. James Scott-Browne 18. Scott Zumbach 19. Matt Bertke 20. Patrick Murphy

15:15.99 2.18.06 15:16.77 2.18.12 15:17.53 2.18.12 15:21.63 3.2.13 15:26.43 2.21.09 15:28.19 2.18.12 15:29.12 2.18.06 15:29.67 2.23.08 15:32.37 2.23.02 15:34.41 2.21.04 15:34.74 2.23.08 15:34.85 2.21.09 15:40.06 2.19.05 15:42.88 3.2.13 15:43.01 2.21.98 15:46.14 2.19.05 15:47.37 2.21.98 15:47.50 2.25.96 15:51.52 2.21.02 15:52.72 2.18.12

100-yard Backstroke 1. Petar Petrovic 2. Bertie Nel 3. Bogac Ayhan 4. Matthew Buerger 5. Joshua Nosal 6. Connor Wills 7. Jeff Wood 8. Thomas Van Volkenburg 9. Mitchell Sherman 10. Marshall Sherman 11. Bill Bauman 12. Joseph Casino 13. Alan Carter 14. Jonathan Whitcomb 15. Doug Bauman 16. Andrew MacKay 1 7. David Horak 18. Steve Shomberger 19. Zachary Stephens 2 0. Brian Skorney

47.95 2.18.11 48.61 11.30.12 48.72 3.1.13 48.77 3.1.13 49.33 2.19.10 49.38 2.19.10 49.46 2.20.09 49.49 2.18.11 49.56 2.20.09 49.72 2.18.11 49.91 2.20.09 49.99 2.1.13 50.05 2.16.07 50.05 2.18.11 50.08 2.18.05 50.11 2.19.05 50.23 3.3.02 50.37 2.18.05 50.46 11.30.12 50.54 2.18.00

200-yard Backstroke 1. Michael Sullivan 2. Petar Petrovic 3. Matthew Buerger 4. Bertie Nel 5. Steve Shomberger 6. Joshua Nosal 7. Connor Wills 8. James McEldrew 9. Matthew DeBlasio 10. Doug Bauman 11. Jeff Wood 12. Bogac Ayhan 13. Jonathan Whitcomb 14. Alan Carter 15. David Horak 16. Jamie Lutkus 17. Shane McKenzie 18. Marshall Sherman 19. Joseph Casino 20. Chris Douville

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1:45.10 2.21.09 1:45.75 2.19.11 1:45.78 3.2.13 1:45.99 11.30.12 1:46.06 2.19.05 1:46.88 2.21.09 1:47.05 2.19.11 1:47.68 2.18.12 1:47.88 2.18.12 1:48.05 2.18.06 1:48.08 2.21.09 1:48.18 3.2.13 1:48.43 2.19.11 1:49.22 2.17.07 1:49.30 2.21.02 1:49.40 2.18.06 1:49.49 3.2.13 1:49.65 12.5.10 1:49.73 2.1.13 1:50.31 2.23.08

100-yard Breaststroke 1. Christopher Johnson 2. Zachary Stephens 3. Cameron Miller 4. Colin Babcock 5. Mason Weber 6. Tim Randolph 7. Sam Pendergast 8. Jason Fitzpatrick 9. Joseph Raycroft 10. Patrick Olson 11. Eric Swenson 12. Josh Dermott 13. Brian Maloy 14. Steele Whowell 15. Andrew Jensen 16. Dan Szilier 17. Colin Cooley 18. Daniel Rave 19. Mike Koss 20. Nick Fanslau

52.95 3.1.13 53.17 3.1.13 53.53 3.1.13 54.19 3.1.13 54.43 2.17.12 54.47 2.17.06 54.61 2.22.08 55.35 2.21.03 55.90 2.19.10 56.10 11.30.12 56.39 2.5.05 56.43 2.20.04 56.49 2.21.10 56.55 2.26.99 56.56 11.30.12 56.73 2.26.99 56.89 3.5.93 57.07 2.20.09 57.09 2.18.00 57.10 2.18.05

200-yard Breaststroke 1. Zachary Stephens 2. Cameron Miller 3. Mason Weber 4. Christopher Johnson 5. Daniel Rave 6. Dan Szilier 7. Colin Babcock 8. Patrick Olson 9. Sam Pendergast 10. Joseph Raycroft 11. Peter Koppel 12. Jason Fitzpatrick 13. Tyler Grenda 14. David Moisan 15. Josh Dermott 16. Ed Broderick 17. Andrew Jensen 18. Joshua Choi 19. Colin Cooley 20. Graham Parker

1:55.21 3.2.13 1:56.24 3.2.13 1:58.10 2.18.12 1:58.52 2.18.12 1:59.86 2.17.06 2:00.09 2.27.99 2:00.90 2.15.12 2:01.18 3.2.13 2:01.23 2.23.08 2:01.50 2.20.10 2:01.99 2.19.11 2:02.29 2.21.02 2:02.36 2.19.05 2:02.57 2.22.03 2:02.96 2.21.04 2:03.01 3.9.91 2:03.02 11.30.12 2:03.24 11.30.12 2:03.36 3.9.91 2:03.49 2.18.06

100-yard Butterfly 1. Bill Bass 2. Tim Kegelman 3. John Williamson 4. Louis Cavadini 5. Frank Krakowski 6. MacKenzie LeBlanc 7. Ross Moore 8. Andrew Hoffman 9. Frank Dyer 10. Bogac Ayhan 11. Patrick Augustyn Broderick Kelley 13. Zachary Stephens 14. Joshua Nosal 15. Steve Shomberger 16. Conor Evans 17. Jordan Berry 18. David Horak 19. Ry Beville 20. Ed Broderick

47.03 2.17.12 47.66 12.3.04 47.93 3.1.13 48.28 2.16.07 48.30 2.18.05 48.49 2.20.09 48.99 2.16.07 49.04 2.7.09 49.18 10.14.11 49.24 3.1.13 49.41 2.20.09 49.41 2.17.12 49.43 11.30.12 49.45 2.18.11 49.57 2.17.06 49.68 12.2.11 49.76 2.17.12 49.97 12.6.01 50.02 12.3.94 50.09 3.8.91


ALL-TIME TOP PERFORMERS

Fighting Irish

200-yard Butterfly 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

John Williamson MacKenzie LeBlanc Bill Bass Ross Moore Steven Brus Tim Kegelman Patrick Augustyn Broderick Kelley Brennan Jacobsen Jordan Berry Ryan Verlin Peter Koppel Matt Bertke Tylor Gauger Scott Zumbach Ted Brown Wesley Mullins Christopher Wills Conor Evans Ry Beville

1:43.94 3.2.13 1:45.06 2.21.09 1:45.27 3.2.13 1:46.85 2.20.08 1:47.42 2.19.11 1:47.53 12.4.04 1:47.53 2.20.08 1:47.91 3.2.13 1:48.00 2.18.12 1:48.29 2.18.12 1:48.39 2.19.00 1:48.79 2.19.11 1:48.97 2.19.05 1:49.39 2.1.13 1:49.43 2.27.99 1:49.75 2.19.05 1:49.83 1.29.11 1:50.15 2.23.08 1:50.21 1.24.09 1:50.33 12.2.94

200-yard Individual Medley 1. Bill Bass 2. Zachary Stephens 3. Colin Babcock 4. Cameron Miller 5. Patrick Olson 6. Bertie Nel 7. Matthew DeBlasio 8. Tim Kegelman 9. Jamie Lutkus 10. Joseph Raycroft 11. Jordan Berry 12. Marshall Sherman 13. Andrew MacKay 14. Bill Bauman 15. Scott Zumbach 16. Michael Sullivan 17. Ed Broderick 18. Ross Moore 19. Matthew Buerger 20. Josh Dermott Alan Carter

1:44.81 2.16.12 1:45.41 2.28.13 1:46.40 2.28.13 1:47.94 2.28.13 1:48.29 2.28.13 1:49.32 11.30.12 1:49.44 2.16.12 1:49.48 12.3.04 1:49.79 2.16.06 1:49.85 2.17.11 1:49.91 2.16.12 1:50.31 1.27.12 1:50.33 2.21.08 1:50.63 2.19.09 1:50.68 2.25.99 1:50.85 12.3.10 1:50.94 3.6.91 1:50.98 2.21.08 1:51.02 2.28.13 1:51.13 2.19.04 1:51.13 2.15.07

1-meter Diving (6) 1. Michael Bulfin 2. Erix Lex 3. Nick Nemetz 4. Andy Maggio 5. Wesley Villaflor 6. Sam Stoner 7. Herb Huesman 8. Caleb Dunnichay 9. Michael Kreft 10. Nathan Geary 11. Ryan Koter 1 2. Sean Hyer 13. Adam Hirschfeld 14. John Andrade 1 5. Eric Kane 1 6. Joe Miller 1 7. Scott Coyle 18. Ted Wagner 19. Steven Crowe 2 0. Ryan Dailey

387.97 1.16.09 360.75 1.12.11 353.85 1.21.12 350.48 2.2.01 347.70 1.12.11 346.20 2.20.08 335.60 1.24.98 332.55 1.23.09 322.50 1.14.12 318.55 2.11.11 316.20 1.14.12 314.40 2.6.93 308.70 2.5.88 308.55 11.30.12 308.09 1.26.08 304.73 2.8.03 302.78 1.29.05 299.80 2.27.13 299.30 2.14.07 297.95 1.20.96

3-meter Diving (6) 1. Eric Lex 2. Michael Bulfin 3. Andy Maggio 4. Nick Nemetz 5. Caleb Dunnichay 6. Nathan Geary 7. Michael Kreft 8. Sam Stoner 9. Herb Huesman 10. Tong Xie 11. Wesley Villaflor 1 2. Steven Crowe 13. Sean Hyer 14. Ryan Koter 1 5. Ted Wagner 1 6. Scott Coyle 1 7. Bob Ebel 18. John Andrade 19. Paul McGowan 2 0. Mike Kennedy

405.15 1.29.11 393.37 1.26.08 383.85 2.2.02 380.25 11.9.12 369.30 1.10.09 369.10 2.12.11 367.06 11.10.12 366.15 1.26.08 360.90 3.10.01 359.10 2.21.02 353.10 1.14.11 352.28 2.3.07 351.60 10.29.92 344.60 1.29.11 339.70 1.25.13 321.45 11.5.04 302.65 1975 294.35 2.1.13 294.15 11.31.81 292.05 1.15.85

LCM RECORDS 50-meter Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer

23.28

2012

100-meter Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer

50.67

2012

200-meter Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer

1:49.75

2013

400-meter Freestyle 1. Frank Dyer

3:52.74

2012

1,500-meter Freestyle 1. Brennan Jacobsen

16:10.61 2012

100-meter Backstroke 1. Bogac Ayhan

56.87

2013

200-meter Backstroke 1. Michael Sullivan

2:04.70

2008

100-meter Breaststroke 1. Cameron Miller

1:02.86

2012

200-meter Breaststroke 1. Zachary Stephens

2:15.71

2013

100-meter Butterfly 1. John Williamson

55.10

2013

200-meter Butterfly 1. John Williamson

1:59.99

2013

200-meter Individual Medley 1. Zachary Stephens

2:04.25

2012

400-meter Individual Medley 1. Michael Sullivan

4:32.48

2009

400-meter Medley Relay 1. Buerger, Dyer, Miller, Williamson

3:49.82

2013

400-yard Individual Medley 1. Michael Sullivan 2. Matthew DeBlasio 3. John Nappi 4. Jamie Lutkus 5. Colin Babcock 6. Patrick Olson 7. James McEldrew 8. Peter Koppel 9. Jay Vanden Berg 10. Andrew Deters 11. Bertie Nel 12. Jonathan Pierce 13. Joseph Raycroft 14. David Moisan Shane McKenzie 16. Ted Brown 17. Daniel Rave 18. Justin Barber 19. Connor Wills 20. MacKenzie LeBlanc

3:50.94 2.18.11 3:50.95 3.1.13 3:51.33 3.1.13 3:52.07 2.17.06 3:52.87 3.1.13 3:53.27 3.1.13 3:53.91 3.1.13 3:53.93 2.18.11 3:54.93 2.17.06 3:55.89 2.19.10 3:56.15 11.30.12 3:56.34 2.22.02 3:56.40 2.20.09 3:56.83 2.20.04 3:56.83 11.30.12 3:56.95 3.7.04 3:57.19 2.20.09 3:57.43 2.17.06 3:57.70 2.22.08 3:58.08 2.16.07

Michael Sullivan earned the Notre Dame record in the 400 individual medley with a 3:50.94 swim at the 2011 BIG EAST Championships.

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ATLANTIC COAST CONFERENCE The Tradition Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now, in its 61st year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since the league’s inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 131 NCAA championships, including 69 in women’s competition and 62 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 150 times in men’s competition and 106 times in women’s action. Given the ACC’s strong history and the strengthening of its ranks with the additions of Notre Dame, Pitt and Syracuse in 2013, followed by Louisville in 2014, those numbers – and the league’s longstanding tradition of excellence – appear destined to only grow greater in the years ahead.

2012-13 in Review The 2012-13 academic year saw ACC teams capture four more national team titles and seven individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 62 national team titles over the last 16 years and has won two or more NCAA titles in 30 of the past 32 years. A total of 119 ACC teams placed in NCAA post-season competition in 2012-13. League teams compiled a 120-74-2 (.617) mark against non-league opponents in NCAA championship dual competition. The ACC’s new membership further bolsters the league’s already-strong academic standing among NCAA Division I conferences. The ACC’s member institutions, effective July 1, 2013, rank first among BCS automatic qualifying conferences in the latest US News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” list. ACC schools averaged a ranking of 55.73 and were the only conference with eight schools ranked among the top 50 (five public, three private). The ACC is also the only conference with 11 schools ranked among the top 70.

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2012-13 National Championships Women’s Soccer

North Carolina

Men’s Tennis

Virginia

Men’s Lacrosse

Duke

Women’s Lacrosse

North Carolina

The Championships The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2013-14 academic year--12 for men and 13 for women. The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. Women’s sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship meet held in tennis at Wake Forest University. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and rowing with volleyball deciding its champion by regular season play.

A History The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference.

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Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid-South, Mid-Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation. The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting July 1, 2005. The ACC added its 13th and 14th members on Sept. 18, 2011, when Pittsburgh and Syracuse accepted invitations to join the conference. The two schools officially join the ACC on July 1, 2013. Notre Dame also officially joined the ACC on July 1, 2013, after announcing on Sept. 12, 2012 its intention to enter the league for competition in all sports but football, bringing the membership of the conference to 15. The Fighting Irish will play five football games with ACC schools each year. On July 1, 2014, Louisville will enter the ACC from the Big East Conference. The ACC will remain a 15-member conference, as Maryland plans to join the Big Ten.


UNIVERSITY RECORDS CHRONOLOGY

Fighting Irish 50-yard Freestyle

200-yard Freestyle

Time Name Date Location Meet 19.62 Frank Dyer 2.28.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 19.72 Frank Dyer 2.28.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 19.78 Frank Dyer 2.28.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 19.84 Frank Dyer 2.16.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 20.05 John Lytle 2.19.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 20.30 John Lytle 2.19.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 20.43 Andrew Hoffman 2.19.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 20.45 Frank Krakowski 2.20.03 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 20.73 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.25.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 20.88 Jim Birmingham 11.29.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 20.92 John Koselka 3.3.88 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Championships 21.18 John Koselka 3.6.86 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 21.47 Mike Shepardson 1981 21.60 Mike Shepardson 1.31.81 St. Bonaventure, N.Y. at St. Bonaventure 21.5 Jim Kane 1975 21.7 Jim Kane 1974 22.0 Jim Kane 1973 22.1 Gene Krauthaus 2.28.70 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Cincinnati 22.7 Michael Davis 3.9.68 Detroit, Mich. Motor City Invitational 23.0 Ted Egan 3.1.63 Morgantown, W.Va. at West Virginia 23.0 Robert Lieb 12.7.62 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Wayne State 23.2 Robert Lieb 2.19.62 Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 23.2 Robert Lieb 2.10.62 Kalamazoo, Mich. at Western Michigan 23.3 Robert Lieb 2.3.62 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Northwestern 23.6 Robert Lieb 2.4.61 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Ohio 23.8 Mike Mahaney 2.27.59 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Central Michigan

Time Name Date Location Meet 1:33.71 Frank Dyer 2.15.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 1:35.58 Frank Dyer 12.3.11 Iowa City, Iowa Hawkeye Invitational 1:35.79 John Lytle 2.20.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 1:36.06 John Lytle 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 1:37.30 MacKenzie LeBlanc 2.7.09 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Olivet 1:37.79 John Lytle 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:38.06 John Lytle 2.16.07 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:38.36 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.18.00 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:38.83 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:39.12 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:39.20 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.28.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Shamrock Invitational 1:39.24 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.28.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Shamrock Invitational 1:39.43 David Nathe 3.8.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:39.95 David Nathe 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 1:40.27 David Nathe 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 1:41.44 Greg Cornick 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:41.89 Greg Cornick 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:42.06 Jim Birmingham 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:42.20 Al Harding 3.5.82 Terre Haute, Ind. Midwest Invitational 1:44.0 Jim Kane 1975 1:46.2 Jim Kane 1974 1:47.2 Jim Kane 1973 1:47.8 Jim Kane 1972 1:52.1 John May 2.3.68 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. St. Bonaventure 1:52.8 Charles Blanchard 3.5.64 Kent, Ohio at Kent State 1:54.1 Charles Blanchard 2.11.64 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Bowling Green 1:54.8 Charles Blanchard 2.8.63 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Ontario 1:58.1 Charles Blanchard 2.2.63 Evanston, Ill. at Northwestern

100-yard Freestyle Time Name Date Location Meet 43.08 Frank Dyer 3.2.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 43.22 Frank Dyer 2.18.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 43.28 Frank Dyer 2.18.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 43.46 John Lytle 2.19.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 43.48 John Lytle 2.19.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 44.29 Andrew Hoffman 2.19.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 44.33 John Lytle 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 44.76 John Lytle 2.16.07 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 45.07 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.27.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 45.21 Ray Fitzpatrick 2.27.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 45.24 Jim Birmingham 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 45.36 Jim Birmingham 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 46.13 David Nathe 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 46.14 Jim Birmingham 3.3.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 46.28 John Koselka 3.5.88 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Championships 46.7 Al Harding 3.6.82 Terre Haute, Ind. Midwest Invitational 47.1 Jim Kane 1975 47.7 Jim Kane 1973 48.5 Jim Kane 1972 49.6 John May 3.9.68 Detroit, Mich. Motor City Invitational 51.0 Charles Blanchard 2.25.64 West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 52.3 Robert Lieb 1.27.62 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Wisconsin 52.8 Wil iam Cronin 2.24.60 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Loyola 53.7 Eugene Witchger 2.25.59 Chicago, Ill. at Loyola

500-yard Freestyle Time Name Date Location Meet 4:17.39 Frank Dyer 3.28.13 Indianapolis, Ind. NCAA Championship 4:17.97 Frank Dyer 3.22.12 Federal Way, Wash. NCAA Championshp 4:18.50 Frank Dyer 2.16.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 4:19.08 Frank Dyer 2.17.11 Louisvil e, Ky. BIG EAST Championship 4:22.05 MacKenzie LeBlanc 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 4:22.82 Jay Vanden Berg 2.16.06 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 4:25.83 Ted Brown 2.19.04 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 4:27.39 Jonathan Pierce 2.15.01 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 4:30.96 Jonathan Pierce 2.17.00 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 4:31.41 John Lubker 2.19.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 4:34.01 John Lubker 12.4.97 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 4:35.02 John Lubker 12.4.97 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 4:35.39 Mike Keeley 3.4.93 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 4:35.88 Brian Rini 3.6.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 4:36.45 Brian Rini 11.29.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 4:36.52 Brian Rini 3.1.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 4:36.85 Paul Godfrey 3.3.88 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Championships 4:41.8 Tim Bohdan 3.4.83 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 4:46.5 Tim Bohdan 1982 4:51.1 Tim Jacob 1981 4:52.9 Michael Hilger 1979 4:54.5 John Komora 1978 5:01.2 John Sherk 1970 5:02.9 John Sherk 2.21.70 West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 5:20.9 John Stoltz 2.16.65 Bowling Green, Ohio at Bowling Green 5:25.6 Rory Culhane 3.5.64 Kent, Ohio at Kent State 5:27.9 Rory Culhane 3.2.63 Pittsburgh, Pa. at Pittsburgh 5:33.8 Rory Culhane 3.1.63 Morgantown, W.Va. at West Virginia 5:33.8 Charles Blanchard 2.23.63 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Kent State 5:36.4 Rory Culhane 2.22.63 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Miami of Ohio 5:36.4 Charles Blanchard 2.9.63 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Michigan 5:38.1 Charles Blanchard 2.2.63 Evanston, Ill. at Northwestern

1,000-yard Freestyle Time Name Date Location Meet 9:13.41 James McEldrew 2.18.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 9:14.25 Jay Vanden Berg 2.18.06 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 9:15.52 Jonathan Pierce 2.23.02 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 9:29.04 James Scott-Browne 1.24.98 Bowling Green, Ky. at Western Kentucky

1,650-yard Freestyle Time Name Date Location Meet 15:15.99 Jay Vanden Berg 2.18.06 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 15:19.30 Jay Vanden Berg 2.19.05 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 15:32.37 Jonathan Pierce 2.23.02 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 15:35.65 Jonathan Pierce 2.27.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 15:43.01 John Lubker 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 15:45.38 John Lubker 12.6.97 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 15:47.50 Scott Zumbach 2.25.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship

100-yard Backstroke Time Name 47.95 Petar Petrovic 48.29 Petar Petrovic 48.46 Petar Petrovic 48.72 Petar Petrovic 48.96 Petar Petrovic 48.96 Petar Petrovic 49.06 Petar Petrovic 49.51 Jeff Wood 50.08 Doug Bauman 50.11 Doug Bauman 50.16 Doug Bauman 50.23 David Horak 50.52 David Horak 50.54 Brian Skorney 50.76 Brian Skorney 50.94 Brian Skorney 51.36 Brian Skorney 51.55 Chris Fugate 51.74 Chris Fugate 51.81 Chris Fugate 52.01 Chris Fugate 52.19 Chris Fugate 52.23 Tom Whowell 52.32 Tom Whowell 52.71 Tom Whowell 52.81 Tom Whowell 52.90 Tom Whowell 53.17 John Godfrey 53.31 Tom Whowell 54.2 Tim Bohdan 54.4 Paul Benz 54.4 Tim Bohdan 54.6 Pat LaPlatney 55.1 Pat LaPlatney 56.5 Mark Chiles 56.9 Pete Kinsella 56.9 Bob Thompson 57.9 Bob Thompson 58.3 Tom Bourke 1:00.5 James Grever

Date Location 2.18.11 Louisvil e, Ky. 2.18.11 Louisvil e, Ky. 2.19.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. 2.19.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. 2.19.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. 12.5.09 Columbus, Ohio 12.4.09 Columbus, Ohio 2.16.07 East Meadow, N.Y. 2.18.05 East Meadow, N.Y. 12.3.04 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.20.04 East Meadow, N.Y. 3.2.02 Notre Dame, Ind. 12.1.00 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.18.00 East Meadow, N.Y. 12.4.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 12.3.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 3.1.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 2.18.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 12.6.96 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.25.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. 12.5.92 Notre Dame, Ind. 2.28.92 Notre Dame, Ind. 3.8.91 Cleveland, Ohio 3.7.91 Cleveland, Ohio 12.8.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio 12.2.89 Bronx, N.Y. 3.2.84 1983 1982 1981 1979 1977 1976 1974 1973 2.4.67 Notre Dame, Ind. 3.10.62 Notre Dame, Ind.

Meet BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship Ohio State Invitational Ohio State Invitational BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship Notre Dame Invitational BIG EAST Championship Shamrock Invitational Notre Dame Invitational BIG EAST Championship Notre Dame Invitational Notre Dame Invitational Shamrock Invitational BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship Notre Dame Invitational BIG EAST Championship National Catholic Championships MCC Championships Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Eastern Intercollegiate Championships National Catholic Championships Eastern Intercollegiate Championships National Catholic Championships Midwest Invitational

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UNIVERSITY RECORDS CHRONOLOGY 200-yard Backstroke Time Name Date Location Meet 1:45.10 Michael Sullivan 2.21.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 1:46.06 Steve Shomberger 2.19.05 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:48.44 Doug Bauman 2.21.04 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:48.97 Steve Shomberger 2.21.04 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:48.98 Doug Bauman 12.6.03 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 1:49.30 David Horak 2.21.02 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:49.90 David Horak 12.2.00 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 1:51.53 James Scott Browne 12.5.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 1:51.88 Tom Whowell 2.29.92 Notre Dame, Ind. MCC Championships 1:51.93 Tom Whowell 2.21.92 Notre Dame, Ind. Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:53.11 John Godfrey 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 1:53.32 John Godfrey 3.3.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:54.66 Jim Byrne 3.4.89 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:55.34 Jim Byrne 3.5.88 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Championships 1:58.0 Tim Bohdan 3.6.83 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 1:59.3 Pat LaPlatney 1981 1:59.8 Pat LaPlatney 1979 2:00.4 Mark Chiles 1978 2:00.9 Mark Chiles 1977 2:03.2 Bob Thompson 1976 2:03.2 Bob Thompson 1975 2:04.5 Bob Thompson 1974 2:06.8 Bob Thompson 1973 2:07.3 Tom Bourke 2.19.66 West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 2:07.4 Tom Bourke 2.5.66 Kalamazoo, Mich. at Western Michigan 2:09.4 Tom Bourke 1.21.66 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Miami (Ohio) 2:14.6 Tom Bourke 1.15.66 Bowling Green, Ohio at Bowling Green 2:17.4 Terrence Ryan 2.5.65 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Kent State 2:18.0 Tom West 2.8.63 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Ontario 2:20.0 James Garrity 2.21.59 St. Louis, Mo. at St. Louis 2:21.6 James Garrity 2.14.59 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Michigan 2:24.6 James Garrity 12.6.58 Chicago, Ill. at Chicago

100-yard Breaststroke Time Name Date Location Meet 52.95 Christopher Johnson 3.1.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 53.72 Zachary Stephens 3.1.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 53.75 Christopher Johnson 2.18.11 Louisvil e, Ky. BIG EAST Championship 54.34 Chistopher Johnson 2.18.11 Louisvil e, Ky. BIG EAST Championship 54.47 Tim Randolph 2.17.06 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 55:18 Tim Randolph 2.18.05 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 55.35 Jason Fitzpatrick 2.21.03 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 55.71 Jason Fitzpatrick 12.6.02 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 56.23 Jason Fitzpatrick 2.21.02 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 56.24 Jason Fitzpatrick 12.6.01 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 56.55 Steele Whowell 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 56.73 Dan Szilier 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 56.84 Steele Whowell 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 56.88 Dan Szilier 12.4.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 56.89 Colin Cooley 3.5.93 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 57.02 Colin Cooley 3.5.93 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 57.17 Colin Cooley 12.5.92 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 57.19 Colin Cooley 3.7.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 57.45 Colin Cooley 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 57.96 Colin Cooley 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 58.06 Tom Penn 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 58.08 Colin Cooley 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 59.12 Charles Neidhoefer 3.6.87 Midwest Independent Invitational 59.62 Charles Neidhoefer 3.7.86 Chicago, Il . Midwest Invitational 1:01.4 Brian Casey 3.2.84 Midwest Invitational 1:02.3 John Wil amowski 1981 1:02.3 Andy Petro 1978 1:02.9 Paul Hesse 1977 1:03.2 Jim Fischer 1973

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1:04.2 Bob Husson 1967 1:04.2 Bob Husson 3.11.65 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Notre Dame freshmen 1:05.4 Bob Husson 3.11.65 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Notre Dame freshmen

200-yard Breaststroke Time Name Date Location Meet 1:55.21 Zachary Stephens 3.2.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 1:57.06 Zachary Stephens 2.18.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 1:59.86 Daniel Rave 2.17.07 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 2:00.09 Dan Szilier 2.27.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 2:01.02 Dan Szilier 12.5.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 2:02.34 Dan Szilier 12.5.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 2:03.01 Ed Broderick 3.9.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:03.36 Colin Cooley 3.9.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:03.71 Colin Cooley 3.9.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:04.43 Ed Broderick 3.9.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:05.25 Ed Broderick 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 2:05.83 Colin Cooley 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 2:05.87 Colin Cooley 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 2:05.95 Ed Broderick 3.3.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:06.05 Colin Cooley 3.3.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:06.82 Ed Broderick 3.3.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:05.85 Greg Cornick 3.1.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:09.99 Tom Penn 3.4.89 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2:10.67 Brett Hunt 12.5.87 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 2:11.08 Charles Neidhoefer 3.7.87 Midwest Independent Invitational 2:11.20 Charles Neidhoefer 3.8.86 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 2:13.6 Blaise Harding 3.6.83 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 2:16.1 John Wil amowski 1982 2:16.6 John Wil amowski 1981 2:16.9 Andy Petro 1978 2:16.9 Paul Hesse 1977 2:18.0 Gordon Drake 1976 2:19.0 Robert Wardell 1975 2:20.7 Jim Fischer 1973 2:21.5 Bob Husson 1967 2:21.5 Bob Husson 2.19.66 West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 2:23.0 Bob Husson 3.6.65 Chicago, Ill. at Loyola-Chicago 2:32.1 Joseph Bracco 1961 2:35.8 David Witchger 3.4.60 Napervil e, Ill. at North Central 2:36.3 David Witchger 1.16.60 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Northwestern 2:37.1 David Witchger 1.13.60 Mt. Pleasant, Mich. at Central Michigan 2:39.8 George May 2.7.59 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Ohio 2:43.7 Steve Sauer 12.6.58 Chicago, Ill. at Chicago

100-yard Butterfly Time Name Date Location 47.03 Bil Bass 2.17.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. 47.47 Bil Bass 2.17.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. 47.66 Tim Kegelman 12.2.04 Notre Dame, Ind. 48.43 Tim Kegelman 2.20.04 East Meadow, N.Y. 48.45 Tim Kegelman 2.20.04 East Meadow, N.Y. 48.92 Frank Krakowski 2.21.03 East Meadow, N.Y. 49.17 Frank Krakowski 2.21.03 East Meadow, N.Y. 49.45 Frank Krakowski 12.6.01 Notre Dame, Ind. 49.97 David Horak 12.6.01 Notre Dame, Ind. 50.02 Ry Bevil e 12.3.94 Notre Dame, Ind. 50.09 Ed Broderick 3.8.91 Cleveland, Ohio 50.26 Ed Broderick 3.8.91 Cleveland, Ohio 50.99 Ed Broderick 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio 50.99 Mike Shepardson 1981 52.6 Mike Shepardson 1980 53.8 Tom Hartye 1977 54.1 Jim Meagher 1974 56.3 John Sherk 3.10.70 Notre Dame, Ind. 58.5 Rocke Garcia 3.11.65 Notre Dame, Ind.

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vs. Notre Dame freshmen vs. Notre Dame freshmen

200-yard Butterfly Time Name Date Location Meet 1:43.94 John Wil iamson 3.2.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 1:44.74 John Wil iamson 2.18.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 1:45.06 MacKenzie LeBlanc 2.21.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 1:45.94 MacKenzie LeBlanc 2.20.08 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:47.45 Ross Moore 12.2.07 Columbus, Ohio Ohio State Invitational 1:47.53 Tim Kegelman 12.2.04 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 1:48.39 Ryan Verlin 2.19.00 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:49.43 Scott Zumbach 2.27.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:50.02 Scott Zumbach 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 1:50.33 Ry Bevil e 12.2.94 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 1:50.98 Brian Rini 3.7.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:51.25 Brian Rini 3.7.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:51.81 Brian Rini 12.1.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 1:52.00 Dan Flynn 3.3.84 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 1:53.7 Dan Flynn 1983 1:55.8 Dan Flynn 1982 1:57.4 Don Casey 1981 1:57.6 Don Casey 1980 1:57.9 Don Casey 1979 2:03.4 Bob Reil y 1976 2:04.5 Ed Strack 1974 2:05.8 Frank Fahey 2.17.70 Kalamazoo, Mich. vs. Western Michigan 2:06.8 Frank Fahey 3.8.69 Detroit, Mich. Motor City Invitational 2:14.2 Timothy Kristl 2.26.64 West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 2:18.7 Timothy Kristl 2.2.63 Evanston, Ill. at Northwestern 2:21.8 Timothy Kristl 1.11.62 Athens, Ohio at Ohio 2:22.2 Anthony Haske 2.13.61 Madison, Wis. at Wisconsin 2:25.9 Anthony Haske 2.11.61 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Michigan 2:27.9 Anthony Haske 2.6.60 Athens, Ohio at Ohio 2:31.6 Anthony Haske 2.14.59 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Michigan

200-yard Individual Medley Time Name Date Location Meet 1:44.81 Bil Bass 2.16.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 1:46.44 Bil Bass 2.18.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 1:48.00 Bil Bass 2.18.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship 1:49.48 Tim Kegelman 12.2.04 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 1:49.68 Tim Kegelman 2.19.04 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:50.68 Scott Zumbach 2.25.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:50.94 Ed Broderick 3.6.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:51.30 Ed Broderick 3.6.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:52.06 Ed Broderick 3.1.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:54.04 Ed Broderick 12.2.89 Bronx, N.Y. Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:56.33 Jim Byrne 3.2.89 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 1:56.87 Jim Byrne 3.3.88 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Championships 1:57.8 Tim Bohdan 3.8.85 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 1:58.0 Blaise Harding 3.4.83 Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 1:59.1 Glenn Battle 1982 1:59.8 John Komora 1981 2:00.7 Glenn Battle 1980 2:01.0 John Komora 1978 2:04.8 Mark Chiles 1977 2:04.9 Robert Wardell 1975 2:05.9 Ed Graham 1974 2:07.2 Ed Graham 1973 2:08.4 Ed Graham 1972 2:12.3 Tom Bourke 3.8.69 Detroit, Mich. Motor City Invitational 2:12.3 Tom Bourke 2.19.66 West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 2:13.5 Rory Culhane 2.11.64 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Bowling Green 2:14.2 Charles Blanchard 2.3.64 Detroit, Mich. at Wayne State 2:17.3 Rocke Garcia 2.23.63 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Kent State 2:17.8 Rocke Garcia 2.9.63 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Michigan 2:19.4 Wil iam Cronin 3.4.61 Pittsburgh, Pa. at Pittsburgh 2:20.6 Wil iam Cronin 1961 2:22.6 David Witchger 1960


UNIVERSITY RECORDS CHRONOLOGY

Fighting Irish 400-yard Individual Medley Time Name Date Location 3:50.94 Michael Sullivan 2.18.11 Louisvil e, Ky. 3:51.13 Michael Sullivan 2.20.09 Indianapolis, Ind. 3:52.07 Jamie Lutkus 2.17.06 East Meadow, N.Y. 3:54.38 Jamie Lutkus 2.21.03 East Meadow, N.Y. 3:55.50 Jamie Lutkus 2.21.03 East Meadow, N.Y. 3:56.34 Jonathan Pierce 2.21.02 East Meadow, N.Y. 3:57.26 Jonathan Pierce 2.21.02 East Meadow, N.Y. 3:58.23 Scott Zumbach 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. 3:58.32 Scott Zumbach 12.4.98 Notre Dame, Ind. 3:58.44 Scott Zumbach 2.21.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. 3:59.73 Scott Zumbach 12.5.97 Notre Dame, Ind. 3:59.91 Scott Zumbach 2.25.96 Pittsburgh, Pa. 4:01.40 Scott Zumbach 12.1.95 Notre Dame, Ind. 4:03.39 Scott Zumbach 12.1.95 Notre Dame, Ind. 4:03.72 Mike Keeley 3.5.93 Cleveland, Ohio 4:04.19 Jim Byrne 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 4:05.08 Jim Byrne 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio 4:06.33 Jim Byrne 3.3.89 Cleveland, Ohio 4:07.99 Paul Godfrey 12.4.87 Notre Dame, Ind. 4:13.52 Blaise Harding 3.7.86 Chicago, Ill. 4:13.9 Blaise Harding 3.5.83 Chicago, Ill. 4:17.8 Don Casey 1982 4:18.5 John Komora 1980 4:21.2 John Komora 1978 4:27.7 Robert Wardell 1975 4:33.0 Ed Graham 1974 4:37.7 Ed Graham 1973 4:40.3 Ed Graham 1972

Meet BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship BIG EAST Championship Notre Dame Invitational BIG EAST Championship Notre Dame Invitational BIG EAST Championship Notre Dame Invitational Notre Dame Invitational Eastern Intercollegiate Championships National Catholic Championships Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Eastern Intercollegiate Championships National Catholic Championships Midwest Invitational Midwest Invitational

200-yard Medley Relay Time Name/Date Location Meet 1:26.33 2.27.13 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Bogac Ayhan, Cameron Mil er, Frank Dyer, Zach Stephens 1:28.86 2.16.11 Louisvil e, Ky. BIG EAST Championship Petar Petrovic, Christopher Johnson, Joshua Nosal, Kevin Overholt 1:28.96 2.17.10 Pittsburg, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Petar Petrovic, Christopher Johnson, Bil Bass, Joshua Nosal 1:29.09 2.14.07 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Jeff Wood, Sam Pendergast, Tim Kegelman, Louis Cavadini East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:30.04 2.15.06 Doug Bauman, Tim Randolph, Tim Kegelman, Nick Fanslau East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:30.12 2.16.05 Doug Bauman, Tim Randolph, Tim Kegelman, Frank Krakowski East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 1:30.48 2.20.04 Doug Bauman, Tim Randolph, Tim Kegelman, Frank Krakowski 1:30.58 2.21.03 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Doug Bauman, Jason Fitzpatrick, Frank Krakowski, Tim Randolph 1:32.23 2.18.00 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Brian Skorney, Mike Koss, Brendan Lechner, Ray Fitzpatrick 1:32.24 2.26.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Brian Skorney, Steele Whowell, Brendan Lechner, Vince Kuna 1:32.54 12.4.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational Brian Skorney, Steele Whowell, Vince Kuna, Rob Fetter 1:33.29 2.18.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Chris Fugate, Steele Whowell, Rob Fetter, Russell Preston Cleveland, Ohio 1:33.49 3.6.91 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, David Nathe 1:34.40 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Chuck Smith 1:35.76 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Tom Penn 1:36.08 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Tom Penn 1:37.10 3.3.89 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Dave Thoman, Tom Penn, Bil Jackoboice, Chuck Smith 1:39.78 1.16.87 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Northern Illinois Rogelio Miro, Charles Neidhoefer, Mark Jensen, Jim Dowd 1:41.44 12.6.85 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Relays Stephen Coffey, Bernard Niehaus, Mark Jensen, John Koselka

400-yard Medley Relay Time Name/Date Location Meet 3:11.50 3.28.13 Indianapolis, Ind. NCAA Championship Bogac Ayhan, Christopher Johnson, Bil Bass, Frank Dyer 3:12.67 2.15.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Bertie Nel, Christopher Johnson, Bil Bass, Frank Dyer 3:15.10 2.18.11 Louisvil e, Ky. BIG EAST Championship Petar Petrovic , Christopher Johnson, Bil Bass, Frank Dyer 3:15.25 2.19.10 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Petar Petrovic, Joseph Raycroft, MacKenzie LeBlanc, John Lytle Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship 3:16.74 2.20.09 Mitchell Sherman, Joseph Raycroft, MacKenzie LeBlanc, John Lytle 3:16.90 2.16.07 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Jeff Wood, Sam Pendergast, Louis Cavadini, John Lytle 3:16.93 2.18.05 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Doug Bauman, Tim Randolph, Tim Kegelman, Frank Krakowski 3:19.45 2.20.03 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Doug Bauman, Jason Fitzpatrick, Frank Krakowski, Tim Randolph 3:20.50 2.25.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Brian Skorney, Steele Whowell, Scott Zumbach, Ray Fitzpatrick 3:22.87 2.19.98 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Chris Fugate, Steele Whowell, Scott Zumbach, Rob Fetter 3:23.93 3.4.93 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Greg Cornick

3:25.00 12.4.92 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Greg Cornick 3:25.18 3.8.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Jim Birmingham 3:26.87 11.29.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Jim Birmingham 3:27.44 3.1.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Tom Whowell, Colin Cooley, Ed Broderick, Tom Penn 3:31.57 3.2.89 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Jim Byrne, Tom Penn, Bil Jackoboice, Chris Petril o 3:31.83 1.27.89 Cleveland, Ohio vs. Cleveland State Jim Byrne, Tom Penn, Bil Jackoboice, Chris Petril o Chicago, Ill. Midwest Invitational 3:32.9 3.4.83 Paul Benz, Blaise Harding, Dan Flynn, Al Harding 3:34.1 1981 John Wil amowski, Mike Shepardson, Al Harding, Pat LaPlatney 3:40.6 1980 Glenn Battle, John Wil amowski, Mike Shepardson, John Komora 3:41.3 1977 Mark Chiles, Andy Petro, Tom Hartye, Ed Fitzsimons 3:42.0 1974 Bob Thompson, Jim Fischer, Jim Meagher, Jim Kane 3:46.3 1973 Bob Thompson, Jim Fischer, John Sherk, Gene Krathaus West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 3:48.1 2.19.66 Tom Bourke, Bob Husson, Roy Marshall, John Blum West Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue 3:48.4 2.19.66 Tom Bourke, Bob Husson, Ray Marshall, John Blum 3:56.0 1965 3:59.9 3.10.62 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Washington University James Grever, Joseph Bracco, Randolph Wise, John Macleod 4:03.5 2.23.62 Oxford, Ohio at Ohio James Grever, Joseph Bracco, Randolph Wise, John Macleod 4:04.2 2.25.61 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. North Central James Grever, David Witchger, Anthony Haske, Frank Dinger 4:06.8 1961 4:11.1 2.27.60 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Pittsburgh James Grever, David Witchger, Anthony Haske, Eugene Witchger 4:11.9 2.14.59 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Western Michigan James Garrity, Tom Moran, George May, Wil iam Cronin 4:15.7 12.6.58 Chicago, Ill. at Chicago James Garrity, George May, Tom Moran, Joseph Meany

200-yard Freestyle Relay Time Name/Date Location Meet 1:18.79 2.15.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Frank Dyer, Kevin Overholt, John McGinley, Bil Bass 1:19.42 2.19.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship John Lytle, Andrew Hoffman, Joshua Nosal, Danny Lutkus 1:20.64 2.17.05 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Tim Randolph, Frank Krakowski, Louis Cavadini, Tim Kegelman 1:21.30 2.19.04 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Tim Randolph, Frank Krakowski, Tim Kegelman, Louis Cavadini 1:22.02 2.20.03 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Tim Randolph, Frank Krakowski, Jason Fitzpatrick, Matt Obringer 1:23.09 2.25.99 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Vince Kuna, Ray Fitzpatrick, Rob Fetter, Russell Preston 1:23.16 12.3.98 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational Vince Kuna, Rob Fetter, Russell Preston, Ray Fitzpatrick 1:23.26 3.7.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Jim Birmingham, David Nathe, Chuck Smith, Greg Cornick 1:23.53 11.29.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships Greg Cornick, Chuck Smith, David Nathe, Jim Birmingham 1:24.24 3.1.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Tom Penn, Chuck Smith, Dave Thoman, Jim Birmingham Cleveland, Ohio 1:24.97 3.2.89 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Jim Birmingham, Chuck Smith, Dave Thoman, Chris Petril o 1:27.81 11.7.86 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Relays Bil Jackoboice, Tom Penn, Rogelio Miro, Chris Petril o 1:29.70 12.6.85 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Relays John Koselka, Chris Petril o, John Froman, Mark Jensen

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800-yard Freestyle Relay

Time Name Date Location Meet 2:54.08 2.21.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship John Lytle, Danny Lutkus, Joshua Nosal, Andrew Hoffman
 2:59.59 2.17.07 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship John Lytle, Louis Cavadini, Ted Brown, Tim Kegelman 3:00.02 2.19.05 East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship Frank Krakowski, Louis Cavadini, Tim Randolph, Tim Kegelman East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 3:01.38 2.27.99 Vince Kuna, Rob Fetter, Steele Whowell, Ray Fitzpatrick Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational 3:02.76 12.6.97 Vince Kuna, Russell Preston, Rob Fetter, Ray Fitzpatrick Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships 3:02.96 12.1.90 David Nathe, Chuck Smith, Greg Cornick, Jim Birmingham Cleveland, Ohio 3:03.64 3.3.90 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Dave Thoman, Greg Cornick, Tom Penn, Jim Birmingham 3:05.63 3.4.89 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Chris Petril o, Chuck Smith, Bil Jackoboice, Jim Birmingham 3:05.87 3.5.88 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Championships John Koselka, Jim Dowd, Rogelio Miro, Chris Petril o 3:07.86 3.7.87 Midwest Independent Invitational John Koselka, Chris Petril o, Jim Dowd, Roger Miro 3:08.77 3.3.84 Midwest Invitational Tim Bohdan, Bil Green, Dan Carey, Al Harding 3:09.3 1982 Greg Bohdan, Al Harding, Gary Severyn, Mike Shepardson 3:11.5 1981 Al Harding, Thom Krutsch, Mike Shepardson, John Komora 3:13.5 1980 Glenn Battle, Mike Shepardson, Thom Krutsch, John Komora 3:14.3 1977 Ed Fitzsimons, Tom Hartye, Matt Dalton, Scott Jessup 3:14.7 1975 Jim Meagher, Ed Fitzsimons, Jim Severyn, Jim Kane 3:16.5 1974 Jim Meagher, Drew Wallach, Joe O’Connor, Jim Kane 3:16.9 1973 Jim Kane, Jim Meagher, Gene Krathaus, John Sherk 3:16.9 1972 Jim Kane, Jim Meagher, Gene Krathaus, John Sherk 3:21.5 2.24.69 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Purdue Michael Davis, Thomas Hock, Joseph Ladouceur, John May 3:22.5 3.9.68 Detroit, Mich. Motor City Invitational Michael Davis, Joseph Diver, Thomas Hock, John May 3:27.0 1964 3:30.8 2.8.64 Kalamzoo, Mich. at Western Michigan Paul Drucker, Ted Egan, John Blum, Charles Blanchard 3:32.0 2.12.63 Bowling Green, Ohio at Bowling Green Wil iam Vasu, Ted Egan, John Macleod, Charles Blanchard 3:33.2 2.19.62 Lafayette, Ind. at Purdue Ernie Arras, Robert Lieb, John Clark, Lohn Macleod 3:34.4 2.8.61 Kent, Ohio at Kent State Wil iam Cronin, John Macleod, Wil iam Vasu, Eugene Witchger 3:35.6 2.27.60 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. Pittsburgh Eugene Witchger, Christopher Lund, Frank Dinger, Wil iam Cronin 3:37.5 2.6.60 Athens, Ohio at Ohio Eugene Witchger, Joseph Meany, Frank Dinger, Wil iam Cronin 3:39.7 12.12.59 Notre Dame, Ind. vs. St. Louis George Kane, Joseph Meany, Christopher Lund, Eugene Witchger 1959 3:44.4

Time Name/Date Location Meet 6:23.40 2.27.13 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship Frank Dyer, Kevin Hughes, John McGinley, Bil Bass 6:24.11 2.15.12 Pittsburgh, Pa. BIG EAST Championship Frank Dyer, Colin Babcock, John McGinley, Kevin Overholt 6:27.19 2.18.09 Indianapolis, Ind. BIG EAST Championship John Lytle, Danny Lutkus, Steven Brus, MacKenzie LeBlanc East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 6:32.67 2.14.07 John Lytle, Ted Brown, Andrew Hoffman, Jeff Wood East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 6:35.47 2.15.06 Brian Freeman, Ted Brown, Rob Seery, Louis Cavadini East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 6:40.79 2.16.05 Bertke, Brown, Freeman, Cavadini East Meadow, N.Y. BIG EAST Championship 6:42.55 2.20.04 Matt Obringer, Brian Freeman, Matt Bertke, Ted Brown 6:45.44 12.5.03 Notre Dame, Ind. Notre Dame Invitational Matt Obringer, Brian Freeman, Matt Bertke, Ted Brown 6:45.63 3.8.91 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Jim Birmingham, Brian Rini, Greg Cornick, David Nathe 6:45.74 11.30.90 Notre Dame, Ind. National Catholic Championships Brian Rini, Jim Birmingham, Greg Cornick, David Nathe 6:49.07 3.2.90 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Brian Rini, Jim Byrne, Greg Cornick, Jim Birmingham 6:55.14 3.3.89 Cleveland, Ohio Eastern Intercollegiate Championships Chris Petril o, Dave Ledrick, Bil Jackoboice, Jim Birmingham 6:56.73 3.4.88 Notre Dame, Ind. Midwest Independent Championships Chris Petril o, Bil Jackoboice, Brian Rini, Rogelio Miro 6:57.1 3.5.82 Terre Haute, Ind. Midwest Invitational Tim Jacob, Greg Bohdan, John Gibbons, Al Harding 7:07.1 1981 John Gibbons, Gary Severyn, Al Harding, Tim Jacob 7:13.7 1980 Greg Bohdan, Dave Campbell, Michael Hilger, John Gibbons 7:15.7 1974 Jim Meagher, Drew Wallach, Joe O’Connor, Jim Kane

Fighting Irish 1-meter Diving (6) Time Name Date Location 387.97 Michael Bulfin 1.16.09 Notre Dame, Ind. 361.65 Michael Bulfin 1.26.08 Notre Dame, Ind. 350.48 Andy Maggio 2.2.01 Cleveland, Ohio 335.60 Herb Huesman 1.24.98 Bowling Green, Ky. 314.40 Sean Hyer 2.6.93 Notre Dame, Ind. 308.70 Adam Hirschfeld 2.5.88 St. Louis, Mo. 282.98 Ed Veome 11.13.87 Notre Dame, Ind. 277.55 Joe Caverly 12.8.79 Notre Dame, Ind. 277.15 Joe Caverly 2.21.78 Cleveland, Ohio 270.30 Mark Foster 1975 265.00 Anthony Devine 2.25.61 Notre Dame, Ind. 264.50 Paul Chestnut 12.12.59 Notre Dame, Ind. 236.65 Paul Chestnut 2.14.59 Notre Dame, Ind. 232.65 Paul Chestnut 1959 213.80 Paul Chestnut 12.6.58 Chicago, Ill.

Meet vs. Northwestern Shamrock Invitational at Cleveland State at Western Kentucky vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Saint Louis vs. Alabama vs. Bowling Green at Cleveland State vs. North Central vs. St. Louis vs. Western Michigan at Chicago

3-meter Diving (6) Time Name Date Location 405.15 Eric Lex 1.29.11 Notre Dame, Ind. 393.37 Michael Bulfin 1.26.08 Notre Dame, Ind. 390.98 Michael Bulfin 1.19.08 Evanston, Ill. 383.85 Andy Maggio 2.2.02 Notre Dame, Ind. 360.90 Herb Huesman 3.10.01 Bloomington, Ind. 351.60 Sean Hyer 10.29.92 Notre Dame, Ind. 345.90 Sean Hyer 1.18.92 Notre Dame, Ind. 329.05 Sean Hyer 11.10.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 305.00 Sean Hyer 10.12.90 Notre Dame, Ind. 302.65 Bob Ebel 2.22.75 Notre Dame, Ind. 270.35 Bob Ebel 1974 265.35 Jim Carroll 1960

Meet Shamrock Invitational Shamrock Invitational at Northwestern vs. St. Bonaventure NCAA Zone C Diving Championships MCC Dual Meet vs. Cleveland State vs. Ball State vs. North Carolina State vs. Illinois State

Michael Bulfin owns the two best scores in school history in the 1-meter dive.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR TOP TIMES (SINCE 1989-90)

Fighting Irish 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Ron Royer (Fr.) David Nathe (Sr.) Greg Cornick (Sr.) Matt Gibbons (Fr.) Jim Birmingham (Jr.) Chris Petrillo (Sr.)

200-yard Freestyle

Daniel Rave

SWIMMING 50-yard Freestyle

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) Frank Dyer (Jr.) Frank Dyer (So.) Frank Dyer (Fr.) John Lytle (Sr.) John Lytle (Jr.) John Lytle (So.) Louis Cavadini (Sr.) Louis Cavadini (Jr.) Frank Krakowski (Sr.) Tim Randolph (So.) Frank Krakowski (So.) Frank Krakowski (Fr.) Austin Anderson (Jr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (Sr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (Jr.) Ron Royer (Sr.) Ron Royer (Jr.) Ron Royer (So.) Ron Royer (Fr.) David Nathe (Sr.) Greg Cornick (Sr.) Jim Birmingham (Sr.) Jim Birmingham (Jr.) Jim Birmingham (So.)

100-yard Freestyle

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96

Name (class) Frank Dyer (Jr.) Frank Dyer (So.) Frank Dyer (Fr. ) John Lytle (Sr.) John Lytle (Jr.) John Lytle (So.) John Lytle (Fr.) Louis Cavadini (Jr.) Frank Krakowski (Sr.) Matt Obringer (Sr.) Frank Krakowski (So.) Frank Krakowski (Fr.) Austin Anderson (Jr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (Sr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (Jr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (So.) Ron Royer (Jr.) Dave Doherty (Sr.)

Time 19.62 19.84 20.35 20.18 20.05 20.47 20.58 20.68 20.56 20.77 20.45 21.05 21.51 20.73 20.73 20.98 21.01 21.08 21.19 21.08 21.21 21.30 20.88 21.61 Time 43.08 43.22 44.05 43.56 43.46 44.33 44.76 45.29 45.38 45.46 45.15 46.14 46.87 45.37 45.07 45.97 46.19 46.60

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) Frank Dyer (Jr.) Frank Dyer (So.) Frank Dyer (Fr.) John Lytle (Sr.) John Lytle (Jr.) John Lytle (So.) John Lytle (Fr.) Ted Brown (Jr.) Ted Brown (So.) Matt Obringer (Sr.) Matt Obringer (Jr.) Matt Obringer (So.) Matt Obringer (Fr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (Sr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (Jr.) Ray Fitzpatrick (So.) Ray Fitzpatrick (Fr.) Dave Doherty (Sr.) Ron Royer (Fr.) David Nathe (Sr.) Greg Cornick (Sr.) Greg Cornick (Jr.) David Nathe (Fr.) Chris Petrillo (Sr.)

500-yard Freestyle Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) Frank Dyer (Jr.) Frank Dyer (So.) Frank Dyer (Fr. ) Steven Brus (Jr.) Steven Brus (So.) MacKenzie LeBlanc (So.) Ted Brown (Sr.) Jay Vanden Berg (So.) Ted Brown (So.) Ted Brown (Fr.) Matt Obringer (Jr.) Jonathan Pierce (Sr.) Jonathan Pierce (Jr.) Jonathan Pierce (So.) Jonathan Pierce (Fr.) John Lubker (So.) John Lubker (Fr.) Tim Sznewajs (Sr.) Kevin Scott (Sr.) Mike Keeley (Jr.) Mike Keeley (So.) Mike Keeley (Fr.) Brian Rini (Sr.) Joe Rentz (Fr.)

Steven Brus

46.47 46.01 45.97 46.67 45.24 46.61 Time 1:34.17 1:33.71 1:36.15 1:36.92 1:35.79 1:37.79 1:38.06 1:38.54 1:38.64 1:38.64 1:38.49 1:39.25 1:40.07 1:38.36 1:38.83 1:39.20 1:40.95 1:41.52 1:40.59 1:40.55 1:42.25 1:42.87 1:39.43 1:42.43 Time 4:17.39 4:17.97 4:19.08 4:26.24 4:23.99 4:22.05 4:26.13 4:22.82 4:25.89 4:25.83 4:27.57 4:27.75 4:27.39 4:30.96 4:32.77 4:31.41 4:37.50 4:35.91 4:37.22 4:36.36 4:35.39 4:37.61 4:35.88 4:42.83

Andrew Deters

1,000-yard Freestyle

Year Name (class) 2012-13 Brennan Jacobsen (So.) 2011-12 James McEldrew (Fr.) 2010-11 Frank Dyer (Fr.) 2009-10 Andrew Deters (Sr.) 2008-09 Andrew Deters (Jr.) 2007-08 Andrew Deters (So.) 2006-07 Andrew Deters (Fr.) 2005-06 Jay Vanden Berg (So.) 2004-05 Jay Vanden Berg (Fr.) 2003-04 Patrick Davis (So.) 2002-03 Patrick Davis (Fr.) 2001-02 Jonathan Pierce (Sr.) 2000-01 Jonathan Pierce (Jr.) 1999-00 Jonathan Pierce (So.) 1998-99 Jonathan Pierce (Fr.) 1997-98 James Scott-Browne (Fr.) 1996-97 John Lubker (Fr.) 1995-96 Scott Zumbach (Fr.) 1994-95 Kevin Scott (Sr.) 1993-94 Mike Keeley (Jr.) 1992-93 Mike Keeley (So.) 1991-92 Jim Doran (So.) 1990-91 - 1989-90 Brian Rini (So.)

1,650-yard Freestyle

Year Name (class) 2012-13 John Nappi (So.) 2011-12 Brennan Jacobsen (Fr.) 2010-11 Colin Babcock (Fr.) 2009-10 Andrew Deters (Sr.) 2008-09 Andrew Deters (Jr.) 2007-08 Andrew Deters (So.) 2006-07 Jay Vanden Berg (Jr.) 2005-06 Jay Vanden Berg (So.) 2004-05 Jay Vanden Berg (Fr.) 2003-04 Patrick Davis (So.) 2002-03 Patrick Davis (Fr.) 2001-02 Jonathan Pierce (Sr.) 2000-01 Jonathan Pierce (Jr.) 1999-00 Jonathan Pierce (So.) 1998-99 Jonathan Pierce (Fr.) 1997-98 John Lubker (So.) 1996-97 John Lubker (Fr.) 1995-96 Scott Zumbach (Fr.) 1994-95 Kevin Scott (Sr.) 1993-94 Mike Keeley (Jr.) 1992-93 Mike Keeley (So.) 1991-92 Jim Doran (So.) 1990-91 - 1989-90 Brian Rini (So.)

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Time 9:14.90 9:13.41 9:22.35 9:21.29 9:29.03 9:25.17 9:25.35 9:14.25 9:17.55 9:23.23 9:30.15 9:25.83 9:36.86 9:20.99 9:24.29 9:25.74 9:38.53 9:39.99 9:48.18 9:46.21 9:36.75 9:41.98 9:40.55 Time 15:21.62 15:16.77 15:59.59 15:35.40 15:26.43 15:27.78 15:34.83 15:15.99 15:19.30 15:34.41 15:47.71 15:32.37 15:43.73 15:33.16 15:35.65 15:43.01 15:55.43 15:47.50 16:06.62 16:00.45 15:57.10 16:18.68 16:14.54

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Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) Bertie Nel (Jr.) Bertie Nel (So.) Petar Petrovic (Jr.) Petar Petrovic (So.) Jeff Wood (Sr.) Andrew MacKay (Sr.) Jeff Wood (So.) Doug Bauman (Sr.) Doug Bauman (Jr.) Doug Bauman (So.) Doug Bauman (Fr.) David Horak (Sr.) David Horak (Jr.) Brian Skorney (Jr.) Brian Skorney(So.) Brian Skorney (Fr.) Chris Fugate (So.) Chris Fugate (Fr.) Rob Flynn (Jr.) Rob Flynn (So.) Tom Whowell (Sr.) Tom Whowell (Jr.) Tom Whowell (So.) Jim Byrne (So.)

200-yard Backstroke

Year Name (class) 2012-13 Matthew Buerger (Fr.) 2011-12 Bertie Nel (So.) 2010-11 Petar Petrovic (Jr.) 2009-10 Petar Petrovic (So.) 2008-09 Michael Sullivan (So.) 2007-08 Michael Sullivan (Fr.) 2006-07 Jeff Wood (So.) 2005-06 Doug Bauman (Sr.) 2004-05 Steve Shomberger (Jr.) 2003-04 Doug Bauman (So.) 2002-03 Steve Shomberger (Fr.) 2001-02 David Horak (Sr.) 2000-01 David Horak (Jr.) 1999-00 Jason Colettis (Fr.) 1998-99 James Scott-Browne (So.) 1997-98 Chris Fugate (Jr.) 1996-97 Jeff Page (So.) 1995-96 Chris Fugate (Fr.) 1994-95 Rob Flynn (Jr.) 1993-94 Rob Fllynn (So.) 1992-93 Tom Whowell (Jr.) 1991-92 Tom Whowell (Jr.) 1990-91 - 1989-90 Jim Byrne (So.)

100-yard Breaststroke

Time 48.61 49.35 47.95 48.64 49.46 50.54 49.51 50.12 50.08 50.16 50.29 50.79 50.52 50.54 50.76 51.36 52.01 52.19 52.91 53.07 52.23 52.32 52.71 55.05 Time 1:45.78 1:46.48 1:45.75 1:45.87 1:45.10 1:48.41 1:49.18 1:48.05 1:46.06 1:48.44 1:49.54 1:49.30 1:49.90 1:51.44 1:51.53 1:52.42 1:53.39 1:53.55 1:53.22 1:53.72 1:52.22 1:51.88 1:54.66

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) Christopher Johnson (Sr.) Christopher Johnson (Jr.) Christopher Johnson (So.) Christopher Johnson (Fr.) Joseph Raycroft (So.) Sam Pendergast (Sr.) Sam Pendergast (Jr.) Tim Randolph (Sr.) Tim Randolph (Jr.) Tim Randolph (So.) Jason Fitzpatrick (Sr.) Jason Fitzpatrick (Jr.) Jason Fitzpatrick (So.) Mike Koss (So.) Dan Szilier (Jr.) Steele Whowell (Sr.) Steele Whowell (Jr.) Steele Whowell (So.) Matt Rose (Jr.) Matt Rose (So.) Matt Rose (Fr.) Colin Cooley (Sr.) Colin Cooley (Jr.) Colin Cooley (So.) Tom Penn (Jr.)

200-yard Breaststroke Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) Zachary Stephens (So.) Zachary Stephens (Fr.) Mason Weber (So.) Joseph Raycroft (Sr.) Daniel Rave (Sr.) Sam Pendergast (Sr.) Daniel Rave (So.) Daniel Rave (Fr.) Tyler Grenda (Jr.) Tyler Grenda (So.) David Moisan (So.) Jason Fitzpatrick (Jr.) Jason Fitzpatrick (So.) Dan Szilier (Jr.) Dan Szilier (So.) Dan Szilier (Fr.) Matt Rose (Sr.) Matt Rose (Jr.) Matt Rose (So.) Matt Rose (Fr.) Colin Cooley (Sr.) Ed Broderick (Jr.) Ed Broderick (So.) Tom Penn (Jr.)

100-yard Butterfly

Zach Stephens

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Name (class) Bill Bass (Sr.) Bill Bass (Jr.) Bill Bass (So.) Bill Bass (Fr.) MacKenzie LeBlanc (Jr.) MacKenzie LeBlanc (So.) Louis Cavadini (Sr.) Tim Kegelman (Jr.) Tim Kegelman (So.) Tim Kegelman (Fr.) Frank Krakowski (So.) Frank Krakowski (Fr.) David Horak (Jr.) Ryan Verlin (Jr.) Brendan Lechner (Jr.) Rob Fetter (So.) Ryan Beville (Sr.) Jeff Page (Fr.) Ryan Beville (Jr.)

Fighting Irish Time 52.95 53.79 53.75 55.63 56.35 54.61 55.05 54.47 55.18 55.84 55.35 56.23 56.65 57.09 57.09 56.55 57.41 57.25 57.91 59.28 1:00.37 56.89 59.11 57.19 59.90 Time 1:55.21 1:57.06 2:00.43 2:01.50 2:00.96 2:01.23 1:59.86 2:01.57 2:02.36 2:02.58 2:02.57 2:02.29 2:02.54 2:01.72 2:00.09 2:03.81 2:05.45 2:06.04 2:08.43 2:10.95 2:03.78 2:05.84 2:03.01 2:09.99 Time 47.38 47.03 48.26 48.56 48.49 48.90 48.28 48.47 47.66 48.43 48.92 49.45 50.15 50.26 50.16 50.63 51.10 51.44 50.02

Tim Kegelman

1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Andy Kiley (Jr.) Ed Broderick (Sr.) Ed Broderick (Jr.) Ed Broderick (So.) Bill Jackoboice (Jr.)

200-yard Butterfly

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) John Williamson (So.) John Williamson (Fr.) Steven Brus (Sr.) MacKenzie LeBlanc (Sr.) MacKenzie LeBlanc (Jr.) MacKenzie LeBlanc (So.) MacKenzie LeBlanc (Fr.) Ted Brown (Jr.) Tim Kegelman (So.) Tim Kegelman (Fr.) Patrick Heffernan (Fr.) J.R. Teddy (So.) Ryan Verlin (Sr.) Ryan Verlin (Jr.) Scott Zumbach (Sr.) Scott Zumbach (Jr.) Ryan Beville (Sr.) Rich Murphy (Jr.) Ryan Beville (So.) Ryan Beville (Fr.) Alan Shaw (So.) Mike Keeley (Fr.) Brian Rini (Sr.) Paul Godfrey (So.)

200-yard Individual Medley

Year 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90

Name (class) Zachary Stephens (So.) Bill Bass (Jr.) Bill Bass (So.) Bill Bass (Fr.) Bill Bauman (Sr.) Andrew MacKay (Sr.) Alan Carter (Sr.) Jamie Lutkus (Sr.) Tim Kegelman (So.) Tim Kegelman (Fr.) Jamie Lutkus (Fr.) David Moisan (Fr.) Ryan Verlin (Sr.) Ryan Verlin (Jr.) Scott Zumbach (Sr.) Scott Zumbach (Jr.) Matt Rose (Sr.) Scott Zumbach (Fr.) Rob Flynn (Jr.) Dave Doherty (So.) Ed Broderick (Sr.) Ed Broderick (Jr.) Ed Broderick (So.) Jim Byrne (So.)

50.54 50.38 51.25 50.09 51.55 Time 1:43.94 1:44.74 1:47.42 1:47.23 1:45.06 1:45.94 1:47.54 1:50.36 1:47.53 1:49.44 1:51.40 1:52.13 1:50.45 1:48.39 1:49.43 1:50.02 1:52.32 1:53.97 1:50.33 1:51.67 1:55.14 1:54.09 1:50.98 1:55.57 Time 1:45.41 1:44.81 1:47.42 1:46.44 1:50.63 1:50.33 1:51.13 1:49.79 1:49.48 1:49.68 1:51.15 1:53.34 1:53.78 1:53.35 1:50.68 1:51.18 1:53.10 1:52.00 1:54.55 1:55.29 1:52.59 1:53.69 1:50.94 1:56.33


YEAR-BY-YEAR TOP TIMES (SINCE 1989-90)

Fighting Irish 400-yard Individual Medley

Year Name (class) 2012-13 Matthew DeBlasio (So.) 2011-12 Matthew DeBlasio (Fr.) 2010-11 Michael Sullivan (Sr.) 2009-10 Michael Sullivan (Jr.) 2008-09 Michael Sullivan (So.) 2007-08 Andrew Deters (So.) 2006-07 Andrew Deters (Fr.) 2005-06 Jamie Lutkus (Sr.) 2004-05 Jamie Lutkus (Jr.) 2003-04 Jamie Lutkus (So.) 2002-03 Jamie Lutkus (Fr.) 2001-02 Jonathan Pierce (Sr.) 2000-01 Jonathan Pierce (Jr.) 1999-00 Ryan Verlin (Jr.) 1998-99 Scott Zumbach (Sr.) 1997-98 Scott Zumbach (Jr.) 1996-97 Scott Zumbach (So.) 1995-96 Scott Zumbach (Fr.) 1994-95 Tim Sznewajs (Jr.) 1993-94 Tim Sznewajs (So.) 1992-93 Mike Keeley (So.) 1991-92 Mike Keeley (Fr.) 1990-91 - 1989-90 Jim Byrne (So.)

200-yard Medley Relay

Year Names 2012-13 Ayhan/Miller/Dyer/Stephens 2011-12 Nel/Miller/Bass/Johnson 2010-11 Petrovic/Johnson/Nosal/Overholt 2009-10 Petrovic/Johnson/Bass/Nosal 2008-09 Wood/Raycroft/Hoffman/Nosal 2007-08 MacKay/Pendergast/Moore/Hoffman 2006-07 Wood/Pendergast/Kegelman/L. Cavadini 2005-06 D. Bauman/Randolph/Kegelman/Fanslau 2004-05 Bauman/Randolph/Kegelman/Krakowski 2003-04 Bauman/Randolph/Kegelman/Krakowski 2002-03 Bauman/Fitzpatrick/Krakowski/Randolph 2001-02 Wolf/Fitzpatrick/Horak/Krakowski 2000-01 Hyde/Fitzpatrick/Horak/Anderson 1999-00 Skorney/Koss/Lechner/R. Fitzpatrick 1998-99 Skorney/Whowell/Lechner/Kuna 1997-98 Fugate/Whowell/Fetter/Preston 1996-97 Fugate/Whowell/Page/Najarian 1995-96 Fugate/Whowell/Page/Najarian 1994-95 Samaddar/Cook/Beville/Royer 1993-94 Flynn/Schroeder/Beville/Kiley 1992-93 Godfrey/Cooley/Broderick/Cornick 1991-92 - 1990-91 Whowell/Cooley/Broderick/Nathe 1989-90 Thoman/Penn/Jackoboice/Smith

400-yard Medley Relay

Year Names 2012-13 Ayhan/Johnson/Bass/Dyer 2011-12 Nel/Johnson/Bass/Dyer 2010-11 Petrovic/Johnson/Bass/Dyer 2009-10 Petrovic/Raycroft/LeBlanc/Lytle 2008-09 Sherman/Raycroft/LeBlanc/Lytle 2007-08 MacKay/Pendergast/LeBlanc/Lytle 2006-07 Wood/Pendergast/L. Cavadini/Lytle 2005-06 D. Bauman/Randolph/Kegelman/L. Cavadini 2004-05 Bauman/Randolph/Kegelman/Krakowski 2003-04 Bauman/Randolph/Kegelman/Krakowski 2002-03 Bauman/Fitzpatrick/Krakowski/Randolph 2001-02 Horak/Fitzpatrick/Krakowski/Pittman 2000-01 Skorney/Fitzpatrick/Verlin/Grunewald 1999-00 Skorney/Szilier/Verlin/R. Fitzpatrick 1998-99 Skorney/Whowell/Zumbach/Fitzpatrick 1997-98 Fugate/Whowell/Zumbach/Fetter 1996-97 Fugate/Whowell/Beville/Royer 1995-96 Fugate/Najarian/Page/Doherty 1994-95 Samaddar/Rose/Beville/Royer 1993-94 Flynn/Rose/Beville/Nathe

Time 3:50.95 3:52.36 3:50.94 3:51.67 3:51.13 3:56.16 3:57.73 3:52.07 3:55.03 3:55.37 3:54.38 3:56.34 3:59.57 4:00.40 3:58.23 3:58.44 4:00.95 3:59.91 4:06.11 4:06.29 4:03.72 4:06.86 4:04.19 Time 1:26.33 1:28.73 1:28.86 1:28.96 1:30.25 1:30.87 1:29.09 1:30.04 1:30.12 1:30.48 1:30.58 1:32.47 1:33.68 1:32.23 1:32.24 1:33.29 1:33.12 1:34.72 1:34.89 1:36.78 1:34.51 1:33.49 1:37.10 Time 3:11.50 3:12.67 3:15.10 3:15.25 3:16.74 3:17.27 3:16.90 3:22.37 3:16.93 3:19.66 3:19.45 3:22.23 3:24.80 3:21.66 3:20.50 3:22.87 3:24.83 3:27.07 3:27.64 3:28.76

1992-93 Whowell/Cooley/Broderick/Cornick 1991-92 Whowell/Cooley/Broderick/Cornick 1990-91 Whowell/Cooley/Broderick/Birmingham 1989-90 Byrne/Penn/Jackoboice/Petrillo

200-yard Freestyle Relay

Year Names 2012-13 Dyer/Stephens/McGinley/Bass 2011-12 Dyer/Overholt/McGinley/Bass 2010-11 Dyer/Overholt/Nosal/Van Volkenburg 2009-10 Lytle/Overholt/Nosal/Hoffman 2008-09 Lytle/Hoffman/Nosal/D. Lutkus 2007-08 Lytle/Hoffman/Pendergast/Nosal 2006-07 Lytle/Kegelman/L. Cavadini/Hoffman 2005-06 L. Cavadini/Kegelman/Randolph/Fanslau 2004-05 Randolph/Krakowski/Cavadini/Kegelman 2003-04 Randolph/Krakowski/Kegelman/Cavadini 2002-03 Randolph/Krakowski/Fitzpatrick/Obringer 2001-02 Horak/Krakowski/Pittman/Anderson 2000-01 Cahill/Anderson/Hedden/Preston 1999-00 R. Fitzpatrick/Hedden/Fetter/Durkin 1998-99 Kuna/Fitzpatrick/Fetter/Preston 1997-98 Doyle/Royer/Kuna/Fitzpatrick 1996-97 Royer/Doyle/Fitzpatrick/Fetter 1995-96 Royer/Doherty/Zumbach/Doyle 1994-95 Royer/Kiley/Samaddar/Blanchong 1993-94 Nathe/Kiley/Flynn/Doherty 1992-93 Cornick/Cooley/Whowell/Flanagan 1991-92 - 1990-91 Birmingham/Nathe/Smith/Cornick 1989-90 Birmingham/Smith/Thoman/Petrillo

400-yard Freestyle Relay

Year Names 2012-13 Dyer/Stephens/McGinley/Bass 2011-12 Dyer/Overholt/McGinley/Bass 2010-11 Overholt/Dyer/McGinley/Van Volkenburg 2009-10 Lytle/McGinley/Nosal/Hoffman 2008-09 Lytle/D. Lutkus/Nosal/Hoffman 2007-08 Lytle/Hoffman/D. Lutkus/Nosal 2006-07 Lytle/L. Cavadini/Brown/Kegelman 2005-06 L. Cavadini/Randolph/Brown/Kegelman 2004-05 Krakowski/Cavadini/Randolph/Kegelman 2003-04 Pittman/Krakowski/Cavadini/Obringer 2002-03 Krakowski/Obringer/Fitzpatrick/Randolph 2001-02 Krakowski/Obringer/Pittman/Anderson 2000-01 Obringer/Horak/Koss/Anderson 1999-00 Durkin/Horak/Fetter/R. Fitzpatrick 1998-99 Kuna/Fetter/Whowell/Fitzpatrick 1997-98 Kuna/Preston/Fetter/Fitzpatrick 1996-97 Royer/Fitzpatrick/Najarian/Rose 1995-96 Lathrop/Najarian/Sznewajs/Doherty 1994-95 Royer/Lathrop/Beville/Blanchong 1993-94 Kiley/Beville/Doherty/Nathe 1992-93 Flanagan/Kiley/Doherty/Cornick 1991-92 - 1990-91 Nathe/Smith/Cornick/Birmingham 1989-90 Petrillo/Smith/Jackoboice/Birmingham

800-yard Freestyle Relay

Year Names 2012-13 Dyer/Hughes/McGinley/Bass 2011-12 Dyer/Babcock/McGinley/Overholt 2010-11 Dyer/Brus/Overholt/Bass 2009-10 Lytle/Brus/Hoffman/LeBlanc 2008-09 Lytle/D. Lutkus/Brus/LeBlanc 2007-08 Lytle/Nosal/Hoffman/LeBlanc 2006-07 Lytle/Brown/Hoffman/Wood 2005-06 Freeman/Brown/Seery/L. Cavadini 2004-05 Bertke/Brown/Freeman/Cavadini 2003-04 Obringer/Freeman/Bertke/Brown 2002-03 Obringer/Teddy/O’Berry/Guarnier 2001-02 Obringer/Teddy/Pittman/Anderson 2000-01 Grunewald/Anderson/Obringer/Pierce 1999-00 Anderson/Pierce/Grunewald/R. Fitzpatrick 1998-99 Fitzpatrick/Scott-Browne/Fetter/Whowell 1997-98 Royer/Richardson/Najarian/Fitzpatrick

3:23.93 3:25.00 3:25.18 3:31.57 Time 1:18.91 1:18.79 1:20.67 1:20.93 1:19.42 1:21.94 1:21.35 1:21.55 1:20.64 1:21.30 1:22.02 1:23.99 1:25.47 1:23.88 1:23.09 1:23.54 1:24.40 1:25.43 1:24.44 1:24.88 1:25.28 1:23.26 1:24.97 Time 2:54.43 2:55.42 3:00.38 2:57.16 2:54.08 2:59.05 2:59.59 3:00.91 3:00.02 3:02.43 3:01.91 3:04.36 3:07.61 3:03.91 3:01.38 3:02.76 3:06.48 3:09.33 3:06.91 3:04.38 3:06.83 3:02.96 3:05.63 Time 6:23.40 6:24.11 6:29.10 6:28.48 6:27.19 6:32.45 6:32.67 6:35.47 6:40.79 6:42.55 6:46.46 6:48.28 6:51.00 6:46.96 6:46.54 6:49.76

1996-97 Rose/Murphy/Najarian/Fitzpatrick 1995-96 Zumbach/Lathrop/Sznewajs/Doherty 1994-95 Shaw/Royer/Lathrop/Beville 1993-94 Lathrop/Shaw/Doherty/Nathe 1992-93 Keeley/Flanagan/Shaw/Cornick 1991-92 - 1990-91 Birmingham/Rini/Cornick/Nathe 1989-90 Petrillo/Ledrick/Jackoboice/Birmingham

6:48.51 6:50.96 6:50.22 6:50.22 6:53.78 6:45.63 6:55.14

DIVING 1-meter Diving (6) (since 1991-92)

Year Name (class) 2012-13 Nick Nemetz (So.) 2011-12 Nick Nemetz (Fr.) 2010-11 Eric Lex (Sr.) 2009-10 Wes Villaflor (Jr.) 2008-09 Michael Bulfin (Sr.) 2007-08 Michael Bulfin (Jr.) 2006-07 Michael Bulfin (So.) 2005-06 Sam Stoner (So.) 2004-05 Sam Stoner (Fr.) 2003-04 Scott Coyle (Fr.) 2002-03 Andy Maggio (Sr.) 2001-02 Andy Maggio (Jr.) 2000-01 Herb Huesman (Sr.) 1999-00 Herb Huesman (Sr.) 1998-99 - 1997-98 Herb Huesman (So.) 1996-97 Herb Huesman (Fr.) 1995-96 Rob Lambert (Jr.) 1994-95 Randy Torres (Sr.) 1993-94 Sean Hyer (Sr.) 1992-93 Sean Hyer (Jr.) 1991-92 Sean Hyer (So.)

3-meter Diving (6) (since 1991-92)

Year Name (class) 2012-13 Nick Nemetz (So.) 2011-12 Michael Kreft (Fr.) 2010-11 Eric Lex (Sr.) 2009-10 Wes Villaflor (Jr.) 2008-09 Michael Bulfin (Sr.) 2007-08 Michael Bulfin (Jr.) 2006-07 Michael Bulfin (So.) 2005-06 Michael Bulfin (Fr.) 2004-05 Scott Coyle (So.) 2003-04 Scott Coyle (Fr.) 2002-03 Joe Miller (Sr.) 2001-02 Andy Maggio (Jr.) 2000-01 Herb Huesman (Sr.) 1999-00 Herb Huesman (Sr.) 1998-99 - 1997-98 Herb Huesman (So.) 1996-97 Herb Huesman (Fr.) 1995-96 Rob Lambert (Jr.) 1994-95 Rob Lambert (So.) 1993-94 Sean Hyer (Sr.) 1992-93 Sean Hyer (Jr.) 1991-92 Sean Hyer (So.)

Score 349.28 353.85 360.75 347.00 387.97 361.65 339.40 318.44 307.65 298.13 313.80 339.29 311.25 311.25 335.60 298.87 298.87 260.30 305.10 314.40 390.95 Score 380.25 364.43 405.15 378.45 385.50 393.37 378.30 361.95 321.45 284.70 325.35 383.85 360.90 360.90 336.75 312.90 210.60 219.67 343.73 351.60 289.95

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BIG EAST RETROSPECTIVE Notre Dame at the BIG EAST Championship

After competing for 25 years as an independent, Notre Dame joined the Midwestern Collegiate Conference in 1983-84, beginning a 12-year membership in which the Irish would win six league championships (1986 and 198892) and finish as the MCC runner-up four times (1984-85 and 1993-94). Notre Dame joined the BIG EAST Conference prior to the 1995-96 season and was a member through the 2012-13 season. The Irish registered 15 consecutive top-four finishes in the BIG EAST Championships, including six victories (2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013) and six runner-up results. In its final year in the conference in 2013, Notre Dame finished with 991 points, 139.5 points above second place finisher Louisville (851.5). The total team score vastly exceeded the previous meet high of 917 points, set by Louisville in 2011. Notre Dame completed the meet with a staggering 16 athletes garnering 43 All-BIG EAST honors in 17 different events. Notre Dame won 46 event titles at the BIG EAST meet, with five of those occurring at the 2005 championships and four more in 2006. Tim Kegelman became the first Irish swimmer to win three BIG EAST titles. Kegelman collected all three titles at the 2005 meet by winning the 100 fly, 200 IM was part of the champion 400 Medley Relay. Ray Fitzpatrick (who was first in the 200 free in 2000 after anchoring the champion 400 free relay in 1999) was the first Irish studentathlete to win multiple BIG EAST championships. In 2006, Jay Vanden Berg became the second competitor in program history to capture multiple titles in the same meet as he won both the 500 and 1,650 free events, adding the 1,650 free title in 2005. John Lytle joined the elite company by earning three first-place finishes at the 2009 meet (800 free relay, 400 free relay, 200 free). Two-time All-American Frank Dyer earned three gold medals (50 free, 500 free and 200 medley relay) in 2013 to tie a program record with five for his career. The top three event finishers gained all-BIG EAST honors, and over 50 Notre Dame competitors have achieved that status. Lytle led the Irish with 22 all-conference honors.

2013 BIG EAST Championships Results

1. Notre Dame 991 6. Georgetown 2. Louisville 851.5 7. Seton Hall 3. Pittsburgh 573.5 8. Villanova 4. Connecticut 436 9. Providence 5. Cincinnati 259

203 151 143 97

Individual Results BIG EAST Champions Frank Dyer Frank Dyer Christopher Johnson Zachary Stephens Zachary Stephens John Williamson Ayhan, Miller Dyer, Stephens Nick Nemetz Nick Nemetz John Williamson Bill Bass Bill Bass Brennan Jacobsen Frank Dyer Frank Dyer Eric Lex Nathan Geary Wes Villaflor

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Event

Time / Score Year

50 Freestyle 500 Freestyle 100 Breaststroke 200 Breaststroke 200 Individual Medley 200 Butterfly 200 Medley Relay

19.62 4:20.53 52.95 1:55.21 1:45.41 1:43.94 1:26.33

2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 200 Butterfly 100 Butterfly 200 Individual Medley 1650 Freestyle 500 Freestyle 500 Freestyle 1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 1-meter Diving

322.20 325.15 1:44.74 47.03 1:44.81 15:16.77 4:18.50 4:19.08 355.70 369.10 347.00

2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2010

Fighting Irish Wes Villaflor 3-meter Diving 373.65 2010 Lytle, Brus, 800 Freestye Relay 6:28.48 2010 Hoffman, LeBlanc Lytle, D. Lutkus, 800 Freestyle Relay 6:27.19 2009 Brus, LeBlanc Steven Brus 500 Freestyle 4:23.99 2009 200 Freestyle 1:35.79 2009 John Lytle Andrew Deters 1,650 Freestyle 15:26.43 2009 400 Freestyle Relay 2:54.08 2009 Lytle, D. Lutkus, Nosal, Hoffman 4:22.05 2008 MacKenzie LeBlanc 500 Freestyle Lytle, Nosal, 800 Freestyle Relay 6:23.45 2008 Hoffman, LeBlanc 400 Individual Medley 3:52.07 2006 Jamie Lutkus Jay Vanden Berg 500 Freestyle 4:22.82 2006 Jay Vanden Berg 1,650 Freestyle 15:15.99 2006 Freeman, Brown 800 Freestyle Relay 6:35.47 2006 Seery, L. Cavadini 100 Butterfly 48.06 2005 Tim Kegelman Jay Vanden Berg 1,650 Freestyle 15:19.30 2005 Steve Shomberger 200 Backstroke 1:46.06 2005 Tim Kegelman 200 Individual Medley 1:49.62 2005 Bauman, Randolph 400 Medley Relay 3:16.93 2005 Kegelman, Krakowski Jamie Lutkus 400 Individual Medley 3:55.40 2004 Ray Fitzpatrick 200 Freestyle 1:38.36 2000 Jonathan Pierce 1,650 Freestyle 15:33.16 2000 Jonathan Pierce 1,650 Freestyle 15:35.65 1999 200 Breaststroke 2:00.09 1999 Dan Szilier Kuna, Fetter, 400 Freestyle Relay 3:01.38 1999 Whowell, R. Fitzpatrick Second place (All-BIG EAST) Nick Nemetz Michael Kreft Dyer, Hughes McGinley, Bass Kevin Hughes Bill Bass Dyer, Stephens McGinley, Bass Bill Bass Bill Bass Frank Dyer Zachary Stephens Ayhan, Johnson Bass, Stephens Ted Wagner Dyer, Stephens McGinley, Bass Dyer, Overholt McGinley, Bass Kevin Hughes Nel, Johnson Bass, Dyer Christopher Johnson Frank Dyer Dyer, Overholt McGinley, Bass Brennan Jacobsen Dyer, Babcock McGinley, Overholt Christopher Johnson Frank Dyer Bill Bass Dyer, Brus Overholt, Bass Nathan Geary Nathan Geary Bill Bass John Lytle John Lytle

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Event

Time / Score Year

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 800 Freestyle Relay

310.05 2013 338.20 2013 6:23.40 2013

500 Freestyle 4:23.67 2013 200 Individual Medley 1:45.78 2013 200 Freestyle Relay 1:18.91 2013 100 Butterfly 200 Butterfly 200 Freestyle 100 Breaststroke 400 Medley Relay

47.38 1:45.27 1:34.70 53.17 3:12.98

2013 2013 2013 2013 2013

Platform Diving 400 Freestyle Relay

258.90 2013 2:54.43 2013

400 Freestyle Relay

2:55.42 2012

1650 Freestyle 400 Medley Relay

15:17.53 2012 3:12.67 2012

100 Breaststroke 200 Freestyle 200 Freestyle Relay

53.79 2012 134.00 2012 1:18.79 2012

500 Freestyle 800 Freestyle Relay

4:24.28 2012 6:24.11 2012

100 Breaststroke 200 Freestyle 200 Individual Medley 800 Freestyle Relay

53.75 1:36.75 1:47.42 6:29.10

2011 2011 2011 2011

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 200 Individual Medley 200 Freestyle 100 Freestyle

326.75 343.70 1:46.44 1:37.24 43.56

2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

Michael Bulfin 1-meter Diving Michael Sullivan 500 Freestyle Lytle, Hoffman, 200 Freestyle Relay Nosal, D. Lutkus Michael Bulfin 3-meter Diving Michael Sullivan 200 Backstroke 100 Freestyle John Lytle John Lytle 200 Freestyle 1,650 Freestyle Andrew Deters MacKenzie LeBlanc 200 Butterfly Lytle, Hoffman, 200 Freestyle Relay Pendergast, Nosal Lytle, Hoffman, 400 Freestyle Relay D. Lutkus, Nosal 1-meter Diving Michael Bulfin Sam Stoner 3-meter Diving Michael Bulfin 1-meter Diving Michael Bulfin 3-meter Diving Lytle, Brown, 800 Freestyle Relay Hoffman, Wood Wood, Pendergast, 200 Medley Relay Kegelman, L. Cavadini Ted Brown 500 Freestyle Lytle, Kegelman, 200 Freestyle Relay L. Cavadini, Hoffman 200 Freestyle John Lytle Jay Vanden Berg 1,650 Freestyle Ted Brown 200 Freestyle D. Bauman, Randolph 200 Medley Relay Kegelman, Fanslau Jace Hopper 500 Freestyle Frank Krakowski 100 Butterfly Chris Zeches 1,650 Freestyle Tim Randolph 100 Breaststroke Bauman, Randolph 200 Medley Relay Kegelman, Krakowski Krakowski, Cavadini 400 Freestyle Relay Randolph, Kegelman Randolph, Krakowski 200 Freestyle Relay Cavadini, Kegelman Patrick Davis 1,650 Freestyle Doug Bauman 200 Backstroke Tim Kegelman 100 Butterfly David Moisan 400 Individual Medley Jamie Lutkus 400 Individual Medley Jonathan Pierce 400 Individual Medley Andy Maggio 1-meter Diving Jonathan Pierce 500 Freestyle Dan Szilier 200 Breaststroke Ryan Verlin 200 Butterfly Skorney, Koss, 200 Medley Relay Lechner, R. Fitzpatrick 50 Freestyle Ray Fitzpatrick 100 Freestyle Ray Fitzpatrick Ray Fitzpatrick 200 Freestyle Scott Zumbach 200 Individual Medley Skorney, Whowell 400 Medley Relay Zumbach, R. Fitzpatrick 1,650 Freestyle John Lubker 200 Individual Medley Scott Zumbach Steele Whowell 100 Breaststroke Third place (All-BIG EAST) Brennan Jacobsen Colin Babcock Matthew DeBlasio John Williamson Cameron Miller Cameron Miller Bogac Ayhan John Nappi Bill Bass

Event

367.60 2009 4:27.83 2009 1:19.42 2009 379.55 1:45.10 43.46 1:38.02 15:27.78 1:45.94 1:21.94

2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008

2:59.05 2008 338.40 379.60 334.25 361.00 6:32.67

2008 2008 2007 2007 2007

1:29.09 2007 4:26.13 2007 1:21.35 2007 1:38.06 15:34.83 1:38.54 1:30.04

2007 2007 2006 2006

4:26.01 48.78 15:40.06 55.18 1:30.12

2006 2005 2005 2005 2005

3:00.28 2005 1:20.64 2005 15:34.41 1:48.44 48.43 3:56.83 3:54.38 3:56.34 302.70 4:30.96 2:01.72 1:48.39 1:32.23

2004 2004 2004 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 2000 2000 2000

20.73 45.07 1:39.12 1:50.68 3:20.50

1999 1999 1999 1999 1999

15:43.01 1998 1:51.34 1998 57.25 1997

Time / Score Year

500 Freestyle 200 Individual Medley 400 Individual Medley 100 Butterfly 100 Breaststroke 200 Breaststroke 100 Backstroke 1,650 Freestyle 200 Butterfly

4:23.71 1:46.40 3:50.95 47.93 53.53 1:56.24 48.80 15:21.63 1:45.60

2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012


BIG EAST RETROSPECTIVE

Fighting Irish Zachary Stephens 200 Breaststroke Frank Dyer 100 Freestyle Nel, Miller 200 Medley Relay Bass, Johnson Michael Kreft 3-meter Diving Frank Dyer 100 Freestyle Petrovic, Johnson 400 Medley Relay Bass, Dyer Petar Petrovic 100 Backstroke Bill Bass 100 Butterfly Michael Sullivan 400 Individual Medley Wes Villaflor 3-meter Diving Lytle, Overholt, 200 Freestyle Relay Nosal, Hoffman Petrovic, Raycroft, 400 Medley Relay LeBlanc, Lytle Michael Sullivan 400 Individual Medley Bill Bass 100 Buttefly Andrew Hoffman 200 Freestyle Petar Petrovic 100 Backstroke Lytle, McGinley, Nosal, Hoffman 400 Freestyle Relay Caleb Dunnichay 1-meter Diving Michael Sullivan 400 Individual Medley Eric Lex 3-meter Diving Ryan Belecanech 1,650 Freestyle John Lytle 100 Freestyle Danny Lutkus 200 Freestyle Ross Moore 100 Butterfly MacKay, Pendergast, 400 Medley Relay LeBlanc, Lytle Eric Lex 1-meter Diving Michael Bulfin 3-meter Diving Sam Stoner 1-meter Diving Ted Brown 200 Freestyle Lytle, L. Cavadini, 400 Medley Relay Wood, Pendergast Rob Seery 1,650 Freestyle Lytle, L. Cavadini, 400 Freestyle Relay Brown, Kegelman Sam Stoner 3-meter Diving Jace Hopper 1,650 Freestyle Doug Bauman 100 Backstroke Doug Bauman 200 Backstroke Tim Randolph 100 Breaststroke Michael Bulfin 1-meter Diving Jay Vanden Berg 400 Individual Medley Ted Brown 200 Freestyle Jay Vanden Berg 500 Freestyle Doug Bauman 100 Backstroke Tyler Grenda 200 Breaststroke Jamie Lutkus 400 Individual Medley Ted Brown 500 Freestyle Tim Kegelman 200 Individual Medley Obringer, Freeman, 800 Freestyle Relay Bertke, Brown Andy Maggio 3-meter Diving Bauman, J. Fitzpatrick, 200 Medley Relay Krakowski, Randolph Jonathan Pierce 500 Freestyle Jason Fitzpatrick 200 Breaststroke Andy Maggio 3-meter Diving Anderson, Pierce, 800 Freestyle Relay Grunewald, R. Fitzpatrick Steele Whowell 100 Breaststroke Scott Zumbach 200 Butterfly 400 Individual Medley Scott Zumbach Skorney, Whowell, 200 Medley Relay Lechner, Kuna R. Fitzpatrick, 800 Freestyle Relay Scott-Browne, Fetter, Whowell James Scott-Browne 1,650 Freestyle Scott Zumbach 400 Individual Medley

1:57.44 2012 43.22 2012 1:28.73 2012 311.35 2012 44.11 2011 3:15.10 2011 47.95 48.26 3:50.94 343.60 1:20.93

2011 2011 2011 2011 2010

3:15.25 2010 3:51.67 48.56 1:37.75 48.64

2010 2010 2010 2010

2:57.16 329.35 3:51.13 362.10 15:34.85 44.34 1:38.86 1:46.85 3:17.27

2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008

329.55 368.60 329.40 1:38.26 3:16.90

2008 2008 2007 2007 2007

15:34.89 2007 2:59.59 2007 542.60 15:29.12 50.12 1:48.05 54.47 292.30 3:54.93 1:38.64 4:26.82 50.08 2:02.36 3:55.03 4:25.83 1:50.45 6:42.55

2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2004 2004 2004

472.40 2003 1:30.58 2003 4:27.39 2:02.54 485.80 6:46.96

2001 2001 2001 2000

56.55 1:49.43 3:58.23 1:32.24

1999 1999 1999 1999

6:46.54 1999 15:47.37 1998 3:59.73 1998

Final BIG EAST Titles Name Individual Relay Total 4 1 5 Frank Dyer (active) John Lytle (’10) 1 4 5 MacKenzie LeBlanc (’10) 1 3 4 Zachary Stephens (active) 2 1 3 Jay Vanden Berg (’08) 3 - 3 Tim Kegelman (’07) 2 1 3 Steven Brus (‘11) 1 2 3 Andrew Hoffman (’10) - 3 3 Nick Nemetz (active) 2 - 2 Bill Bass (‘13) 2 - 2 John Williamson (active) 2 - 2 Jamie Lutkus (’06) 2 - 2 Wes Villaflor (‘11) 2 - 2 Jonathan Pierce (’02) 2 - 2 Ray Fitzpatrick (’00) 1 1 2 Danny Lutkus (’09) - 2 2 Joshua Nosal (‘11) - 2 2 Cameron Miller (active) - 1 1

Name Individual Relay Total 1 - 1 Christopher Johnson (‘13) Brennan Jacobsen (active) 1 - 1 Bogac Ayhan (active) - 1 1 Andrew Deters (’10) 1 - 1 Nathan Geary (‘11) 1 - 1 Eric Lex (‘11) 1 - 1 Steve Shomberger (’06) 1 - 1 Dan Szilier (’01) 1 - 1 Doug Bauman (’06) - 1 1 Ted Brown (’07) - 1 1 Louis Cavadini (’07) - 1 1 Rob Fetter (’00) - 1 1 Brian Freeman (’07) - 1 1 Frank Krakowski (’05) - 1 1 Vince Kuna (’99) - 1 1 Tim Randolph (’06) - 1 1 Rob Seery (’08) - 1 1 Steele Whowell (’99) - 1 1

Final All-BIG EAST Honors Name John Lytle (’10) Bill Bass (‘13) Frank Dyer (active) Tim Kegelman (’07) Andrew Hoffman (’10) Ted Brown (’07) Ray Fitzpatrick (’00) Zachary Stephens (active) Doug Bauman (’06) Tim Randolph (’06) Christopher Johnson (‘13) Michael Bulfin (’09) Scott Zumbach (’99) Louis Cavadini (’07) MacKenzie LeBlanc (’10) Joshua Nosal (‘11) John McGinley (‘13) Jay Vanden Berg (’08) Jonathan Pierce (’02) Steele Whowell (’99) Frank Krakowski (’05) Kevin Overholt (‘13) Jamie Lutkus (’06) Michael Sullivan (‘11) Danny Lutkus (’09) Cameron Miller (active) Petar Petrovic (‘12) Steven Brus (‘11) Sam Pendergast (’08) Nick Nemetz (active) Brennan Jacobsen (active) John Williamson (active) Kevin Hughes (active) Bogac Ayhan (active) Nathan Geary (‘11) Eric Lex (‘11) Andy Maggio (’03)

Individual Relay Total 7 10 9 4 1 6 4 4 4 2 3 7 6 2 2 - - 6 5 2 1 - 5 5 1 2 2 1 - 3 3 3 2 1 3 3 3

15 10 10 8 10 4 5 4 4 6 4 - 1 5 5 7 6 - 1 4 5 5 - - 4 2 2 3 4 - - - 1 2 - - -

22 20 19 12 11 10 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Name Sam Stoner (’08) Wes Villaflor (‘11) Brian Skorney (’01) Jeff Wood (’09) Michael Kreft (active) Colin Babcock (active) Bertie Nel (active) Andrew Deters (’10) Jace Hopper (’09) Dan Szilier (’01) Jason Fitzpatrick (’03) James Scott-Browne (’99) Rob Seery (’08) Rob Fetter (’00) Brian Freeman (’07) Vince Kuna (’99) Brendan Lechner (’00) Matthew DeBlasio (active) Ted Wagner (active) Ryan Belecanech (‘12) Patrick Davis (’06) Caleb Dunnichay (’10) Tyler Grenda (’06) John Lubker (’00) David Moisan (’05) Ross Moore (’08) Steve Shomberger (’06) Ryan Verlin (’01) Chris Zeches (’07) Austin Anderson (’02) Matt Bertke (’05) Nick Fanslau (’07) Matt Grunewald (’01) Mike Koss (’02) Andrew MacKay (’08) Matt Obringer (’04) Joseph Raycroft (‘11)

Individual Relay Total 3 3 - - 2 1 - 2 2 2 1 1 1 - - - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - - - - - -

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BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP FINISHES BY EVENT Top Finishes by Event (all times final)

50 Freestyle

Name Frank Dyer - Jr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Jr. John Lytle - So. Frank Krakowski - Sr. John Lytle - Jr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Sr. Louis Cavadini - So. Kevin Overholt - So. John Lytle - Sr. Kevin Overholt - Jr.

Place Time 1 19.62 2 20.73 4 20.47 4 20.56 5 20.05 5 20.78 6 20.65 7 20.47 7 20.35 9 20.07

Year 2013 1999 2008 2005 2009 2000 2005 2011 2010 2012

Name John Lytle - Jr. John Lytle - Sr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Jr. Frank Dyer - So. Frank Dyer - Fr. John Lytle - So. John Lytle - Fr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Sr. Andrew Hoffman - Jr. Rob Fetter - Jr. Kevin Overholt - So. John McGinley - Sr. Andrew Hoffman - Sr. Danny Lutkus - Sr. Danny Lutkus - Jr. Louis Cavadini - Sr. Louis Cavadini - Jr.

Place Time 2 43.46 2 43.56 2 45.07 3 43.22 3 44.11 3 44.34 4 44.97 4 45.52 5 44.23 5 46.28 6 44.97 7 44.81 8 44.85 8 44.90 8 45.67 8 45.48 8 45.51

Year 2009 2010 1999 2012 2011 2008 2007 2000 2009 1999 2011 2013 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

Name John Lytle - Jr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Sr. Frank Dyer - Jr. Frank Dyer - So. Frank Dyer - Fr. John Lytle - Sr. John Lytle - So. John Lytle - Fr. Ted Brown - Jr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Sr. Andrew Hoffman Danny Lutkus - Jr. Ted Brown - Sr. Ted Brown - So. Frank Dyer - So. Andrew Hoffman - Jr. Steven Brus - Jr. Matt Obringer - Sr. Andrew Hoffman - So. Matt Obringer - Jr. John McGinley - Jr. Steven Brus - So. Joshua Nosal Rob Seery - Jr. Rob Seery - So. Kevin Overholt - Jr. Kevin Overholt - So. Danny Lutkus - Sr. Kevin Overholt Andrew Hoffman - Fr. Brian Freeman - Jr. Steven Brus - Sr. Rob Seery - Sr. Brian Freeman - Sr.

Place Time 1 1:35.79 1 1:38.36 2 1:34.70 2 1:33.71 2 1:36.75 2 1:37.24 2 1:38.02 2 1:38.06 2 1:38.94 2 1:39.12 3 1:37.75 3 1:38.86 3 1:38.26 3 1:38.64 4 1:34.00 4 1:37.83 4 1:37.97 4 1:38.64 4 1:39.15 5 2:38.49 6 1:37.44 6 1:38.22 6 1:40.20 6 1:39.61 6 1:40.10 7 1:37.98 7 1:39.70 7 1:38.30 7 1:38.80 7 1:39.89 7 1:40.12 8 1:39.77 8 1:40.71 8 1:40.81

Year 2009 2000 2013 2012 2011 2010 2008 2007 2006 1999 2010 2008 2007 2005 2012 2009 2010 2004 2008 2003 2012 2009 2008 2007 2006 2012 2011 2009 2010 2007 2006 2011 2008 2007

100 Freestyle

200 Freestyle

500 Freestyle

Name Place Time Year Frank Dyer - Jr. 1 4:20.53 2013 Frank Dyer - So. 1 4:18.50 2012 Frank Dyer - Fr. 1 4:19.08 2011 MacKenzie LeBlanc - So. 1 4:22.05 2008 Steven Brus - So. 1 4:23.99 2009 Jay Vanden Berg - So. 1 4:22.82 2006 Kevin Hughes - So. 2 4:23.67 2013 Brennan Jacobsen - Fr. 2 4:24.28 2012 Michael Sullivan - So. 2 4:25.13 2009 Ted Brown - Sr. 2 4:26.13 2007 Jace Hopper - Fr. 2 4:26.01 2006 Jonathan Pierce - So. 2 4:30.96 2000 3 4:23.71 2013 Brennan Jacobsen - So. Jay Vanden Berg - Fr. 3 4:26.82 2005 Ted Brown - Fr. 3 4:25.83 2004 Jonathan Pierce - Jr. 3 4:27.39 2001 Kevin Hughes - Fr. 4 4:24.43 2012 Jeff Wood - Sr. 4 4:26.32 2009 Jeff Wood - So. 4 4:28.17 2007 John Nappi - So. 5 4:25.09 2013

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Steven Brus - Jr. Andrew Deters - Jr. Andrew Deters - So. Jay Vanden Berg - Jr. Jonathan Pierce - Sr. Jonathan Pierce - Fr. Michael Sullivan - So. Brian Freeman - Sr. Matt Obringer - Sr. Matt Obringer - Jr. Matthew DeBlasio - So. John Nappi - Fr. Michael Sullivan - Sr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Jr. Rob Seery - Sr. Rob Seery - Jr. Rob Seery - So. James McEldrew - Fr. Steven Brus - Sr. Danny Lutkus - Sr. Danny Lutkus - Jr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Sr. Ted Brown - Jr.

5 5 5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8

4:26.66 4:26.66 4:29.42 4:28.56 4:31.72 4:32.77 4:29.92 4:30.02 4:30.28 4:27.57 4:28.55 4:27.22 4:27.51 4:26.75 4:31.84 4:30.78 4:34.30 4:30.69 4:28.98 4:30.49 4:32.10 4:32.15 4:34.55

2010 2009 2008 2007 2002 1999 2008 2007 2004 2003 2013 2012 2011 2009 2008 2007 2006 2012 2011 2009 2008 2010 2006

Place Time 1 15:15.99 1 15:19.30 1 15:16.77 1 15:26.43 1 15:33.16 1 15:35.65 2 15:17.53 2 15:27.78 2 15:34.83 2 15:40.06 2 15:34.41 2 15:43.01 3 15:21.63 3 15:34.85 3 15:34.89 3 15:29.12 3 15:47.37 4 15:22.12 4 15:27.69 4 15:34.74 4 15:43.26 4 15:38.65 4 15:32.37 4 15:43.73 5 15:25.24 5 15:28.19 5 15:35.40 5 15:46.14 5 15:59.84 6 15:41.09 6 15:48.60 6 15:47.71 6 15:50.57 6 15:48.26 8 15:54.43

Year 2006 2005 2012 2009 2000 1999 2012 2008 2007 2005 2004 1998 2013 2009 2007 2006 1998 2013 2012 2008 2007 2006 2002 2001 2013 2012 2010 2005 1997 2010 2005 2003 2000 1999 2007

Name Place Time Petar Petrovic - Sr. 2 50.43 Bogac Ayhan - Fr. 3 48.80 Petar Petrovic - Jr. 3 47.95 Petar Petrovic - So. 3 48.64 Doug Bauman - Sr. 3 50.12 Doug Bauman - Jr. 3 50.08 Jeff Wood - So. 4 49.99 Andrew MacKay - Fr. 4 50.11 Brian Skorney - Jr. 5 50.54 Bertie Nel - Jr. 6 49.33 Thomas Van Volkenburg - Sr. 6 49.67 Christopher Wills - Jr. 6 49.38 Doug Bauman - So. 6 50.16 Doug Bauman - Fr. 6 50.29 Chris Fugate - Fr. 6 52.19 Bertie Nel - So. 7 49.63 Christopher Wills - Sr. 7 49.91 Mitchell Sherman - Sr. 7 49.60 Joshua Nosal - Sr. 8 50.32 Jeff Wood - Sr. 8 49.87 Andrew MacKay - Sr. 8 50.88 Alan Carter - Sr. 8 50.25 Steve Shomberger - Sr. 8 51.15

Year 2012 2013 2011 2010 2006 2005 2007 2005 2000 2013 2011 2010 2004 2003 1996 2012 2011 2009 2011 2009 2008 2007 2006

1,650 Freestyle

Name Jay Vanden Berg - So. Jay Vanden Berg - Fr. Brennan Jacobsen - Fr. Andrew Deters - Jr. Jonathan Pierce - So. Jonathan Pierce - Fr. Kevin Hughes - Fr. Andrew Deters - So. Jay Vanden Berg - Jr. Chris Zeches - So. Patrick Davis - So. John Lubker - So. John Nappi - So. Ryan Belecanech - Fr. Rob Seery - Jr. Jace Hopper - Fr. James Scott-Browne - Fr. Brennan Jacobsen - So. John Nappi - Fr. Rob Seery - Sr. Andrew Deters - Fr. Rob Seery - So. Jonathan Pierce - Sr. Jonathan Pierce - Jr. Kevin Hughes - So. James McEldrew - Fr. Andrew Deters - Sr. Justin Barber - So. John Lubker - Fr. Ryan Belecanech - So. Patrick Davis - Jr. Patrick Davis - Fr. John Lubker - Sr. John Lubker - Jr. Justin Barber - Sr.

100 Backstroke

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Fighting Irish 200 Backstroke

Name Place Time Year Steve Shomberger - Jr. 1 1:46.06 2005 Michael Sullivan - So. 2 1:45.10 2009 Doug Bauman - So. 2 1:48.44 2004 Doug Bauman - Sr. 3 1:48.05 2006 4 1:46.50 2012 Bertie Nel - So. Petar Petrovic - Jr. 4 1:45.75 2011 Petar Petrovic - So. 4 1:45.87 2010 Michael Sullivan - Fr. 4 1:48.41 2008 Doug Bauman - Jr. 4 1:48.86 2005 Steve Shomberger - So. 4 1:48.66 2004 Michael Sullivan - Sr. 5 1:45.76 2011 Joshua Nosal - So. 5 1:47.40 2009 Alan Carter - So. 5 1:49.71 2005 Bertie Nel - Jr. 6 1:47.27 2013 Matthew DeBlasio - Fr. 6 1:47.88 2012 Michael Sullivan - Jr. 6 1:46.80 2010 Jamie Lutkus - Sr. 6 1:49.40 2006 Matthew DeBlasio - So. 7 1:49.55 2013 Christopher Wills - Sr. 7 1:47.05 2011 Christopher Wills - Jr. 7 1:48.22 2010 Jeff Wood - So. 7 1:49.31 2007 7 1:50.12 2006 Steve Shomberger - Sr. James McEldrew - Fr. 8 1:50.92 2012 Bertie Nel - Fr. 8 1:48.27 2011 Jeff Wood - Sr. 8 1:49.10 2009 Joshua Nosal - Jr. 8 1:49.63 2010

100 Breaststroke

Name Christopher Johnson - Sr. Christopher Johnson - Jr. Christopher Johnson - So. Zachary Stephens - So. Tim Randolph - Jr. Steele Whowell - So. Cameron Miller - So. Tim Randolph - Sr. Steele Whowell - Sr. Cameron Miller - Fr. Dan Szilier - So. Colin Babcock - So. Sam Pendergast - Sr. Sam Pendergast - So. Jason Fitzpatrick - Jr. Mike Koss - So. Dan Szilier - Jr. Matt Rose - Jr. Joseph Raycroft - Jr. Colin Babcock - Jr. Zachary Stephens - Fr. Joseph Raycroft - So.

Place Time 1 52.95 2 53.79 2 53.75 2 53.17 2 55.18 2 57.25 3 53.53 3 54.47 3 56.55 4 54.41 4 53.73 5 54.53 5 54.61 5 55.05 5 56.23 5 57.09 5 57.09 5 57.91 6 56.18 7 54.79 7 54.66 7 56.35

200 Breaststroke

Year 2013 2012 2011 2013 2005 1997 2013 2006 1999 2012 1999 2012 2008 2007 2002 2000 2000 1996 2010 2013 2012 2009

Name Place Time Year 1 1:55.21 2013 Zachary Stephens - So. Dan Szilier - So. 1 2:00.09 1999 Dan Szilier - Jr. 2 2:01.72 2000 Cameron Miller - So. 3 1:56.24 2013 Zachary Stephens - Fr. 3 1:57.44 2012 Tyler Grenda - Jr. 3 2:02.36 2005 Jason Fitzpatrick - So. 3 2:02.54 2001 Cameron Miller - Fr. 4 1:57.57 2012 Daniel Rave - Fr. 4 2:02.25 2006 Jason Fitzpatrick - Jr. 4 2:03.31 2002 5 1:59.86 2007 Daniel Rave - So. Joseph Raycroft - Jr. 5 2:01.50 2010 Graham Parker - So. 5 2:03.49 2006 Dave Moisan - Sr. 5 2:04.64 2005 Tyler Grenda - So. 5 2:02.58 2004 Dan Szilier - Sr. 5 2:04.92 2001 5 2:04.29 1999 Steele Whowell - Sr. Matt Rose - Sr. 5 2:05.45 1997 5 2:06.04 1996 Matt Rose - Jr. Christopher Johnson - Sr. 7 1:59.68 2013 Daniel Rave - Sr. 8 2:01.29 2009 8 2:02.32 2010 Peter Koppel - Jr. Daniel Rave - Jr. 8 2:02.45 2008 Sam Pendergast - So. 8 2:04.43 2007

100 Butterfly

Name Place Time Year Bill Bass - Jr. 1 47.03 2012 Tim Kegelman - So. 1 48.06 2005 Bill Bass - Sr. 2 47.38 2013 Frank Krakowski - Sr. 2 48.78 2005 Tim Kegelman - Fr. 2 48.43 2004 John Williamson - So. 3 47.93 2013 Bill Bass - So. 3 48.26 2011 Bill Bass - Fr. 3 48.56 2010 MacKenzie LeBlanc - So. 4 48.90 2008 Louis Cavadini - Sr. 4 48.28 2007 Tim Kegelman - Jr. 4 48.47 2006

Ross Moore - Fr. Louis Cavadini - Fr. Frank Krakowski - Jr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Jr. Tim Kegelman - Sr. Bogac Ayhan - Fr. Louis Cavadini - Jr. Joshua Nosal - Sr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Sr. Steve Shomberger - Sr.

5 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 8

48.99 49.11 49.11 48.49 49.04 49.38 49.35 50.01 49.15 50.35

200 Butterfly

2007 2004 2004 2009 2007 2013 2006 2011 2010 2006

Name Place Time Year John Williamson - So. 1 1:43.94 2013 John Williamson - Fr. 1 1:44.74 2012 2 !:45.27 2013 Bill Bass - Sr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - So. 2 1:45.94 2008 Ryan Verlin - Jr. 2 1:48.39 2000 Bill Bass - Jr. 3 1:45.60 2012 Ross Moore - So. 3 1:46.85 2008 3 1:49.43 1999 Scott Zumbach - Sr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Jr. 4 1:45.06 2009 MacKenzie LeBlanc - Fr. 4 1:47.54 2007 Bill Bass - So. 5 1:48.40 2011 MacKenzie LeBlanc - Sr. 5 1:47.59 2010 Patrick Augustyn - Fr. 5 1:48.00 2008 Ross Moore - Fr. 5 1:49.90 2007 Bryan Guarnier - Sr. 5 1:50.41 2006 Tim Kegelman - So. 5 1:48.55 2005 Ryan Verlin - So. 5 1:50.46 1999 6 1:50.15 2007 Ted Brown - Sr. Ted Brown - Jr. 6 1:50.65 2006 Matt Bertke - Sr. 6 1:48.97 2005 Ryan Verlin - Sr. 6 1:50.59 2001 Scott Zumbach - Jr. 6 1:50.72 1998 7 1:50.44 2011 Peter Koppel - Sr. Bill Bass - Fr. 7 1:48.13 2010 Tim Kegelman - Jr. 7 1:51.77 2006

200 Individual Medley

Name Zachary Stephens - So. Bill Bass - Jr. Bill Bass - Fr. Tim Kegelmen - So. Bill Bass - Sr. Bill Bass - So. Scott Zumbach - Sr. Scott Zumbach - Jr. Colin Babcock - Jr. Tim Kegelman - Fr. Zachary Stephens - Fr. Tim Kegelman - Jr. Jamie Lutkus - Jr. Jamie Lutkus - So. Andrew MacKay - Sr. Colin Babcock - So. Andrew Mackay - Fr. Jamie Lutkus - Fr. Scott Zumbach - Fr. Cameron Miller - So. Cameron Miller - Fr. Jamie Lutkus - Sr. Dave Moisan - Sr. Patrick Olson - So. Colin Babcock - Fr. Alan Carter - Sr. Patrick Olson - Fr. Joseph Raycroft - Sr. Joseph Raycroft - Jr.

Place Time 1 1:45.41 1 1:44.81 1 1:46.44 1 1:49.62 2 1:45.78 2 1:47.42 2 1:50.68 2 1:51.34 3 1:46.40 3 1:50.45 4 1:47.71 4 1:50.18 4 1:50.46 4 1:50.85 4 1:50.33 5 1:47.77 5 1:50.97 5 1:51.15 5 1:52.00 6 1:49.11 6 1:49.10 6 1:50.62 6 1:52.31 7 1:50.98 7 1:50.14 7 1:51.39 8 1:49.17 8 1:50.22 8 1:50.17

400 Individual Medley

Year 2013 2012 2010 2005 2013 2011 1999 1998 2013 2004 2012 2006 2005 2004 2008 2012 2005 2003 1996 2013 2012 2006 2005 2013 2011 2007 2012 2011 2010

Name Place Time Year Jamie Lutkus - Sr. 1 3:52.07 2006 1 3:55.40 2004 Jamie Lutkus - So. Dave Moisan - Jr. 2 3:56.83 2004 2 3:54.38 2003 Jamie Lutkus - Fr. Jonathan Pierce - Sr. 2 3:56.34 2002 Matthew DeBlasio - So. 3 3:50.95 2013 Michael Sullivan - Sr. 3 3:50.94 2011 Michael Sullivan - So. 3 3:51.13 2009 Michael Sullivan - Jr. 3 3:51.67 2010 Jay Vanden Berg - So. 3 3:54.93 2006 Jamie Lutkus - Jr. 3 3:55.03 2005 Scott Zumbach - Sr. 3 3:58.23 1999 Scott Zumbach - Jr. 3 3:59.73 1998 John Nappi - So. 4 3:51.33 2013 Andrew Deters - So. 4 3:56.16 2008 Dave Moisan - Sr. 4 3:57.14 2005 Jonathan Pierce - Jr. 4 3:59.87 2001 Ryan Verlin - Jr. 4 4:00.40 2000 Colin Babcock - Jr. 5 3:52.87 2013 Patrick Olson - Fr. 5 3:54.28 2012 Peter Koppel - Sr. 5 3:53.93 2011 Peter Koppel - Jr. 5 3:55.45 2010


BIG EAST CHAMPIONSHIP FINISHES BY EVENT

Fighting Irish Michael Sullivan - Fr. Jay Vanden Berg - Jr. Andrew Deters - Fr. Justin Barber - Jr. James McEldrew - So. Ryan Verlin - Sr. Ryan Verlin - So. Scott Zumbach - Fr. Colin Babcock - So. Colin Babcock - Fr. Andrew Deters - Sr. Andrew MacKay - Sr. Justin Barber - Sr. Patrick Olson - So. Matthew DeBlasio - Fr. Joseph Raycroft - So. Andrew MacKay - Jr.

5 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 8

3:56.25 3:58.80 3:58.80 3:57.47 3:53.91 4:00.99 4:01.64 3:59.91 3:55.09 3:55.45 3:55.89 3:59.19 4:00.22 3:58.61 3:57.30 3:58.43 4:00.52

200 Medley Relay

2008 2007 2007 2006 2013 2001 1999 1996 2012 2011 2010 2008 2007 2013 2012 2009 2007

Name Place Time Year Bogac Ayhan - Fr. 1 1:26.33 2013 Cameron Miller - So. Frank Dyer - Jr. Zachary Stephens - So. 2 1:28.73 2012 Bertie Nel -So. Cameron Miller - Fr. Bill Bass - Jr. Christopher Johnson - Jr. 2 1:29.09 2007 Jeff Wood - So. Sam Pendergast - So. Tim Kegelman - Sr. Louis Cavadini - Sr. 2 1:30.04 2006 Doug Bauman - Sr. Tim Randolph - Sr. Tim Kegelman - Jr. Nick Fanslau - Jr. Doug Bauman - Jr. 2 1:30.12 2005 Tim Randolph - Jr. Tim Kegelman - So. Frank Krakowski - Sr. Brian Skorney - Jr. 2 1:32.23 2000 Michael Koss - So. Brendan Lechner - Sr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Sr. Doug Bauman - Fr. 3 1:30.58 2003 Jason Fitzpatrick - Sr. Frank Krakowski - So. Tim Randolph - Fr. Brian Skorney - So. 3 1:32.24 1999 Steele Whowell - Sr. Brendan Lechner - Jr. Vincent Kuna - Sr. Petar Petrovic - Jr. 4 1:28.86 2011 Christopher Johnson - So. Joshua Nosal - Sr. Kevin Overholt - So. Petar Petrovic - So. 4 1:28.96 2010 Christopher Johnson - Fr. Bill Bass - Fr. Joshua Nosal - Jr. Doug Bauman - So. 4 1:30.48 2004 Tim Randolph - So. Tim Kegelman - Fr. Frank Krakowski - Jr. 4 1:33.29 1998 Chris Fugate - Jr. Robert Fetter - So. Steele Whowell - Jr. Russell Preston - Fr. 5 1:30.87 2008 Andrew MacKay - Sr. Sam Pendergast - Sr. Ross Moore - So. Andrew Hoffman - So. 5 1:32.70 2002 Dean Wolf - Sr. Jason Fitzpatrick - Jr. David Horak - Sr. Frank Krakowski - Fr. 6 1:30.25 2009 Jeff Wood - Sr. Joseph Raycroft - So. Andrew Hoffman - Jr. Joshua Nosal - So.

400 Medley Relay

Name Place Time Year Doug Bauman - Jr. 1 3:16.93 2005 Tim Randolph - Jr. Tim Kegelman - So. Frank Krakowski - Sr. Bogac Ayhan - Fr. 2 3:12.98 2013 Christopher Johnson - Sr. Bill Bass - Sr. Zachary Stephens - So. Bertie Nel - So. 2 3:12.67 2012 Christopher Johnson - Jr.

Bill Bass - Jr. Frank Dyer - So. Brian Skorney - So. Steele Whowell - Sr. Scott Zumbach - Sr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Jr. Petar Petrovic - Jr. Christopher Johnson - So. Bill Bass - So. Frank Dyer - Fr. Petar Petrovic - So. Joseph Raycroft - Jr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Sr. John Lytle - Sr. Andrew MacKay - Sr. Sam Pendergast - Sr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - So. John Lytle - So. Jeff Wood - So. Sam Pendergast - So. Louis Cavadini - Sr. John Lytle - Fr. Doug Bauman - So. Tim Randolph - Jr. Tim Kegelman - Fr. Frank Krakowski - Jr. Doug Bauman - Fr. Jason Fitzpatrick - Sr. Frank Krakowski - So. Tim Randolph - Fr. Brian Skorney - Jr. Dan Szilier - Jr. Ryan Verlin - Jr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Sr. Mitchell Sherman - Sr. Joseph Raycroft - So. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Jr. John Lytle - Jr. Chris Fugate - Jr. Scott Zumbach - Jr. Steele Whowell - Jr. Robert Fetter - So.

400 Freestyle Relay

2 3:20.50 1999 3 3:15.10 2011 3 3:15.25 2010 3 3:17.27 2008 3 3:16.90 2007 4 3:19.66 2004 4 3:19.45 2003 4 3:21.66 2000 5 3:16.74 2009 5 3:22.87 1998

200 Freestyle Relay

Name Place Time Frank Dyer - Jr. 2 1:18.91 Zachary Stephens - So. John McGinley - Sr. Bill Bass - Sr. 2 1:18.79 Frank Dyer - So. Kevin Overholt - Jr. John McGinley - Jr. Bill Bass - Jr. 2 1:19.42 John Lytle - Jr. Andrew Hoffman - Jr. Joshua Nosal - So. Danny Lutkus - Sr. 2 1:21.94 John Lytle - So. Andrew Hoffman - So. Sam Pendergast - Sr. Joshua Nosal - Fr. 2 1:21.35 John Lytle - Fr. Tim Kegelman - Sr. Louis Cavadini - Sr. Andrew Hoffman - Fr. Tim Randolph - Jr. 2 1:20.64 Frank Krakowski - Sr. Louis Cavadini - So. Tim Kegelman - So. John Lytle - Sr. 3 1:20.93 Kevin Overholt - Fr. Joshua Nosal - Jr. Andrew Hoffman - Sr. 4 1:20.67 Frank Dyer - Fr. Kevin Overholt - So. Joshua Nosal - Sr. Thomas Van Volkenburg - Sr. Louis Cavadini - Jr. 4 1:21.55 Tim Kegelman - Jr. Tim Randolph - Sr. Nick Fanslau - Jr. Tim Randolph - So. 4 1:21.30

Frank Krakowski - Jr. Louis Cavadini - Fr. Tim Kegelman - Fr. Tim Randolph - Fr. Frank Krakowski - So. Jason Fitzpatrick - Sr. Matt Obringer - Jr. Vincent Kuna - Jr. Ray Fitzpatrick - So. Robert Fetter - So. Russell Preston - Sr.

Year 2013 2012 2009 2008 2007 2005 2010 2011 2006 2004

4 1:22.02 2003

4 1:23.09 1998

Name John Lytle - Jr. Danny Lutkus - Sr. Joshua Nosal - So. Andrew Hoffman - Jr. Vincent Kuna - Sr. Robert Fetter - Jr. Steele Whowell - Sr. Ray Fitzpatrck - Jr. Frank Dyer - Jr. Zachary Stephens - So. John McGinley - Sr. Bill Bass - Sr. Frank Dyer - So. Kevin Overholt - Jr. John McGinley - Jr. Bill Bass - Jr. John Lytle - So. Andrew Hoffman - So. Danny Lutkus - Jr. Joshua Nosal - Fr. Frank Krakowski - Sr. Louis Cavadini - So. Tim Randolph - Jr. Tim Kegelman - So. John Lytle - Sr. John McGinley - Fr. Joshua Nosal - Jr. Andrew Hoffman - Sr. John Lytle - Fr. Louis Cavadini - Sr. Ted Brown - Sr. Tim Kegelman - Sr. Louis Cavadini - Jr. Tim Randolph - Sr. Ted Brown - Jr. Tim Kegelman - Jr. Frank Krakowski - So. Matt Obringer - Jr. Jason Fitzpatrick - Sr. Tim Randolph - Fr.

Place Time Year 1 2:54.08 2009 1 3:01.38 1999 2 2:54.43 2013 2 2:55.42 2012 2 2:59.05 2008 2 3:00.28 2005 3 2:57.16 2010 3 2:59.59 2007 4 3:00.91 2006 5 3:01.91 2003

800 Freestyle Relay

Name Place Time Year John Lytle - Jr. 1 6:27.19 2009 Danny Lutkus - Sr. Steven Brus - So. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Jr. 1 6:28.48 2010 John Lytle - Sr. Steven Brus - Jr. Andrew Hoffman - Sr. MacKenzie LeBlanc - Sr. John Lytle - So. 1 6:32.45 2008 Joshua Nosal - Fr. Andrew Hoffman - So. MacKenzie LeBlanc - So. Brian Freeman - Jr. 1 6:35.47 2006 Ted Brown - Jr. Rob Seery - So. Louis Cavadini - Jr. Frank Dyer - Jr. 2 6:23.40 2013 Kevin Hughes - So. John McGinley - Sr. Bill Bass - Sr. Frank Dyer - So. 2 6:24.11 2012 Colin Babcock - So. John McGinley - Jr. Kevin Overholt - Jr. Frank Dyer - Fr. 2 6:29.10 2011 Steven Brus - Sr. Kevin Overholt - So. Bill Bass - So. John Lytle - Fr. 2 6:32.67 2007 Ted Brown - Sr. Andrew Hoffman - Fr. Jeff Wood - So. 3 6:42.55 2004 Matt Obringer - Sr. Brian Freeman - Fr. Matt Bertke - Jr. Ted Brown - Fr. 3 6:46.96 2000 Austin Anderson - Sr. Jonathan Pierce - So. Matthew Grunewald - Sr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Sr. 3 6:46.54 1999 Ray Fitzpatrick - Jr. James Scott-Browne - Sr. Robert Fetter - Jr. Steele Whowell - Sr. Matt Bertke - Sr. 4 6:40.79 2005 Ted Brown - So. Brian Freeman - So.

Louis Cavadini - So. Ron Royer - Sr. Brian Najarian - Sr. Stanley Richardson - Sr. Ray Fitzpatrick - So. Matt Obringer - Jr. J.R. Teddy - Jr. Patrick O’Berry - Fr. Bryan Guarnier - Fr. Matthew Rose - Sr. Brian Najarian - Sr. Richard Murphy - Sr. Ray Fitzpatrick - Fr. Scott Zumbach - Fr. Tim Sznewajs - Sr. George Lathrop - Sr. David Doherty - Sr.

5 6:49.76 1998 6 6:46.46 2003 6 6:48.51 1997

6 6:50.96 1996

1-meter Diving

Name Nick Nemetz - Fr. Eric Lex - Sr. Wes Villaflor - Jr. Nick Nemetz - So. Michael Bulfin - Sr. Michael Bulfin - Jr. Michael Bulfin - So. Nathan Geary - Jr. Andy Maggio - So. Eric Lex - Fr. Caleb Dunnichay - Jr. Sam Stoner - Jr. Michael Bulfin - Fr. Michael Kreft - So. Michael Kreft - Fr. Wes Villaflor - Sr. Wesley Villaflor - So. Andy Maggio - Sr. Herb Huesman - Sr. Herb Huesman - Jr. Herb Huesman - So. Ted Wagner - So. Eric Lex - So. Sam Stoner - Sr. Sam Stoner - So. Sam Stoner - Fr. Ryan Koter - Sr. Ryan Koter - So. Steven Crowe - Sr. Steven Crowe - Jr. Andy Maggio - Fr. Herb Huesman - Fr. Ryan Koter - Fr. Sean Rademaker - Jr. Scott Coyle - Jr. John Andrade - Fr. Wesley Villaflor - Fr.

Place Score 1 322.30 1 355.70 1 347.00 2 310.50 2 367.60 2 338.40 2 334.25 2 326.75 2 302.70 3 329.55 3 329.35 3 329.40 3 292.30 4 300.35 4 277.75 4 328.20 4 323.75 4 283.20 4 282.90 4 477.90 4 471.10 5 299.10 5 319.90 5 312.15 5 278.95 5 266.05 6 298.10 6 294.75 6 296.30 6 299.30 6 454.70 6 432.20 6 272.25 7 263.10 7 264.55 8 253.90 8 280.60

Year 2012 2011 2010 2013 2009 2008 2007 2010 2001 2008 2009 2007 2006 2013 2012 2011 2009 2003 2001 2000 1998 2013 2009 2008 2006 2005 2013 2011 2008 2007 2000 1997 2010 2012 2006 2012 2008

Name Nick Nemetz - Fr. Nathan Geary - Sr. Wes Villaflor - Jr. Michael Kreft - So. Michael Bulfin - Sr. Michael Bulfin - So. Sam Stoner - Sr. Nathan Geary - Jr. Michael Kreft - Fr. Wes Villaflor - Sr. Michael Bulfin - Jr. Eric Lex - So. Sam Stoner - So. Andy Maggio - Sr. Andy Maggio - So. Eric Lex - Sr. Caleb Dunnichay - Jr. Sam Stoner - Jr. Michael Bulfin - Fr. Scott Coyle - Fr. Herb Huesman - Jr. Herb Huesman - So. Ted Wagner - So. Nathan Geary - So. Sam Stoner - Fr. Herb Huesman - Sr. Andy Maggio - Fr. Ryan Koter - Fr. Wesley Villaflor - Fr. Herb Huesman - Fr. Nick Nemetz - So. Steven Crowe - Jr.

Place Score 1 325.15 1 369.10 1 373.65 2 338.20 2 379.55 2 361.00 2 379.60 2 343.70 3 311.35 3 343.60 3 368.60 3 362.10 3 542.60 3 472.40 3 485.80 4 338.10 4 336.20 4 309.05 4 530.95 4 459.35 4 487.70 4 480.75 5 320.50 5 317.00 5 461.90 5 448.25 5 485.65 5 320.65 6 298.60 6 450.80 8 270.30 8 262.25

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NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL MEETS A total of 12 Notre Dame student-athletes have nade a total of 16 all-time appearances at the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships. In 2013, a record nine Irish swimmers, including Christopher Johnson, John McGinley, Zachary Stephens, John Williamson, Kevin Hughes, Cameron Miller and Bogac Ayhan, along with previous qualifiers Frank Dyer and Bill Bass, were a part of the NCAA field. The 2013 Notre Dame NCAA participants joined Tim Kegelman (2005) and divers Michael

Notre Dame in the NCAAs 1975 (Cleveland, Ohio) Bob Ebel 3m Diving 2005 (Minneapolis, Minn.) Tim Kegelman 100 Fly DQ 200 Fly 1:52.78 200 IM 1:50.30 2006 (Atlanta, Ga.) Michael Bulfin 1m Diving 3m Diving 2008 (Federal Way, Wash.) Michael Bulfin 1m Diving 3m Diving 2011 (Minneapolis, Minn.) Frank Dyer 100 Free 44.05 200 Free 1:36.15 500 Free 4:27.25 2012 (Federal Way, Wash.) Frank Dyer 100 Free 44.02 200 Free 1:34.00 500 Free 4:17.97 200 IM 1:47.41 Bill Bass 100 Fly 48.10 200 Fly 1:46.64 2013 (Indianapolis, Ind.) Frank Dyer 100 Free 43.24 200 Free 1:34.77 500 Free 4:17.49 200 MR 1:27.76 400 MR 3:11.50 400 FR 2:57.34 800 FR 6:25.32 Zachary Stephens 100 Breast 53.89 200 Breast 1:56.43 200 IM 1:46.33 200 FR 1:20.62 400 FR 2:57.34 John Williamson 500 Free 4:25.77 100 Fly 48.27 200 Fly 1:44.18 Cameron Miller 100 Breast 53.96 200 Breast 1:57.95 200 IM 1:48.30 200 MR 1:27.76 Christopher Johnson 100 Breast 53.55 200 Breast 1:59.17 400 MR 3:11.50 Bill Bass 200 FR 1:20.62 400 FR 2:57.34 800 FR 6:25.32 200 MR 1:27.76 400 MR 3:11.50 Bogac Ayhan 200 MR 1:27.76 400 MR 3:11.50 John McGinley 200 FR 1:20.62 400 FR 2:57.34 800 FR 6:25.32 Kevin Hughes 200 FR 1:20.62 800 FR 6:25.32

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Bulfin (2006, 2008) and Bob Ebel (1975) as Irish representatives at the national meet. Dyer, a native of Loudonville, N.Y., is the only three-time NCAA Championship qualifier in Notre Dame history. Dyer became the first freshman to appear at the national meet in 2011, logging a top finish of 26th place in the 200 freestyle. He touched the wall in 1:34.00 for fourth place in the event the following of the year, earning the first All-America honor in school history. Dyer, along with Bass, Hughes and McGinley, claimed honorable mention All-America citations in 2013 after posting a 6:25.32 in the 800 freestyle relay. Bulfin, from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., became the first member of the Irish program to earn multiple trips to the NCAA Championships when he made his second trip in 2008. Bulfin added another feather to his cap by becoming the program’s first honorable mention All-American. He notched a pair of points in the final round of the 3-meter competition to secure a top-20 finish at the 2008 NCAAs. Bulfin finished 28th in the 1-meter with a count of 264.25 during the preliminary rounds. He followed that with a stellar 319.55 and a 16th-place finish in the 3-meter event during the prelims to move into the final heat. It was there that he moved up one spot to 15th with a score of 332.40 in the final round of the 3-meter to earn the first points for Notre Dame at the NCAAs in program history. Ebel, a native of St. Louis, Mo., did so in 3-meter diving event as a sophomore in 1975. He qualified with a recordbreaking performance in a dual meet against Illinois State on Feb. 22 in the Rockne Memorial Pool. Ebel’s score of 302.65 stood as the school record for nearly 15 years. Kegelman competed at the 2005 NCAA Championships after earning his berth with a season-best time of 47.66 in the 100 Fly. He also swam in the 200 Individual Medley and the 100 Fly at the national meet. Notre Dame swimmers have taken part in other major national and international meets over the several years. MacKenzie LeBlanc took the gold in the 200-meter butterfly at the Tri Nations Cup meet in Quebec City. The Vernon, B.C., native topped the podium after checking in with a time of 2:00.13. LeBlanc won one of Canada’s six gold medals to open the two-day meet which featured the top prospects expected to challenge for spots on the 2012 Olympic teams for Canada, France and Great Britain. The Tri Nations Cup is a dual meet between Canada, France and Great Britain. Hosted in Quebec City, this inaugural competition showcased Canada’s 2012 Olympic potential hopefuls. Andrew MacKay’s was the first Irish swimmer to take part in the Olympics, hitting the warter in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece. MacKay, the first native of the Cayman Islands ever to qualify for the Olympics in swimming, took part in both the 200- and 400-meter individual medleys and broke his own national records in both events. In the 400-meter event, it took him just 0.59 seconds to get off the starting blocks at the commencement of the race, and that reaction time was the fastest of any non-backstroker (male or female) during the entire Athens Olympics. He moved up from his seeding in both races to finish 33rd in the 400 IM and 41st in the 200-meter version. While MacKay is Notre Dame’s first men’s swimming Olympian, various other Irish student-athletes have taken part in high-profile national and international meets. Dan Szilier, a 2000 graduate, was the most accomplished of that group, as he finished ninth in the 200-meter breaststroke in the 1999 World University Games in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Szilier qualified

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Irish Swimmers in National and International Meets United States Olympic Trials 2012 – Omaha, Neb. Frank Dyer 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 400 Free Zachary Stephens 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM Bill Bass 200 IM Colin Babcock 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM Patrick Olson 100 Breast 200 IM Brennan Jacobsen 400 Free 1,500 Free James McEldrew 1,500 Free 200 Back Cameron Miller 100 Breast 200 Breast Mason Weber 100 Breast Christopher Johnson 100 Breast John Williamson 200 Fly Wesley Mullins 200 Fly

23.28 50.67 1:50.53 3:52.74 1:04.14 2:16.83 2:04.25 2:05.75 1:03.86 2:22.91 2:05.08 1:05.06 2:07.01 4:07.75 16:10.61 16:16.16 2:05.68 1:02.86 2:17.05 1:05.40 1:05.47 2:04.80 2:05.07

65th 45th 29th 13th 67th 36th 30th 61st 58th 110th 44th 102nd 87th 109th 78th 82nd 75th 33rd 39th 117th 118th 102nd 106th

Tri-Nations Meet 2008 – Quebec City, Canada MacKenzie LeBlanc 200 Fly

2:00.13

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Olympic Games 2004 – Athens, Greece Andrew MacKay 200 IM Andrew MacKay 400 IM

2:07.65 4:32.38

41st 33rd

United States Olympic Trials 2000 – Indianapolis, Ind. Jonathan Pierce 1,500 Free 16:19.73 Dan Szilier 200 Breast 2:21.70 Ryan Verlin 200 Fly 2:06.54

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World University Games 1999 – Palma de Mallorca, Spain 200 Breast 2:20.49/2:18.88 9th Dan Szilier USA Swimming National Championships (Top-eight finishes only) 1998 (Summer) – Clovis, Calif. Dan Szilier 200 Breast 2:17.13/2:17.43 7th 1997 (Spring) Rookie of the Meet: Dan Szilier Dan Szilier 200 Breast 2:19.11 3rd Dan Szilier 100 Breast 1:05.87 8th for that team by taking seventh at the 1998 USA Swimming Summer National Championships. In 1997, Szilier was tabbed Rookie of the Meet at the USA Swimming Spring National Championships, ending up third in the 200 breast and eighth in the 100 breast. The 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials featured three Notre Dame swimmers: Szilier, Jonathan Pierce (1,500 free), and Ryan Verlin (200 fly). Szilier led the Irish contingent by finishing 29th in the 200 breast.


HONORS & AWARDS

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Beeler-Hipp Award

Blanchard Award

Given annually to the outstanding freshman who best exemplifies the vitality, competitiveness and love for Notre Dame shown by Meghan Beeler and Colleen Hipp.

Given annually to the swimmer or diver who by performance, inspiration and leadership has exemplified the personal qualities of former Notre Dame swimmer and Irish captain Charles W. Blanchard.

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992

Michael Hudspith Patrick Murphy Colin Babcock Christopher Johnson Jonathan Whitcomb Steven Brus John Lytle Mitchell Sherman Andrew MacKay Ted Brown Chris Barnes David Moisan Adam Cahill John Hudson Mike Koss Ryan Verlin Herb Huesman Mike Driscoll Brian Najarian Matt Rose Tom Horenkamp Matt Gibbons

Patrick Reilly McManus Captains’ Award Given annually by the team captains in memory of former Irish captain Patrick Reilly McManus (1987-88) to the individual who performs well both in and out of the pool in pressure situations and best exemplifies the term teammate. 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

Patrick Murphy Colin Babcock Christopher Johnson P.J. Koppel Michael Sullivan John Lytle Bill Bauman Eric Swenson Louis Cavadini Patrick Heffernan Josh Dermott Matt Obringer Jason Fitzpatrick Mike Koss Ryan Verlin Slade Stolz Rob Lambert Dave Doherty Kevin Scott Ryan Beville Colin Cooley Roger Rand T.J. Clark James Byrne Chris Petrillo Jeffrey Grace Brian Vogel Jim Dowd Michael Kennedy Daniel G. Carey Gary Severyn Glenn Battle

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965

Colin Babcock John McGinley Colin Babcock Michael Sullivan John Lytle Mitchell Sherman Eric Swenson Ted Brown Patrick Heffernan Matt Bertke Josh Dermott Jason Fitzpatrick John Hudson Michael Koss Matt Hedden Sean Casey Steele Whowell Stephen Cardwell Matthew Rose Rob Fellrath Alan Shaw Dave Nathe Tom Byorick John Godfrey Jim Birmingham Brian Rini Jim Birmingham Paul Godfrey John Froman James Dowd Chris Walsh Charles Brady Brian Casey Daniel Flynn Glenn Battle Glenn Battle John Komora David Campbell David Campbell John Nolan Joseph Caverly Scott Jessup Brian McCorry William Matarazzi Edward Graham W. Joseph O’Connor Christopher Mecca Brian Short Brian Short Nicholas Schiralli Thomas Roth James Hofweber Richard Strack John Stoltz Thomas Kennett

Most Improved

Annually given by the coaching staff to the swimmer or diver who has shown the most improvement over the entire season. 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Cameron Miller John Nappi Ted Wagner John Williamson John Andrade Bill Bass Wesley Mullins Christopher Johnson Kevin Overholt Mason Weber Bill Bass Steven Brus Joseph Raycroft Patrick Augustyn Steven Brus Wesley Villaflor Bill Bauman Steven Crowe John Lytle Chris Barnes Michael Bulfin Rob Seery Sam Stoner Scott Coyle Patrick Davis Doug Bauman Patrick Davis Frank Krakowski Elliott Drury Jason Fitzpatrick Joe Miller Austin Anderson Joe Miller Sean Casey Brendan Lechner Jonathan Pierce John Lubker Kevin McCluskey Chris Fugate Ron Royer Andy Kiley George Lathrop Preston Martin Ed Broderick Colin Cooley Thomas Penn David Thoman John Froman Roland Hartzell Christopher Green John Allen Daniel Carey

John Lytle left the program as one of the most decorated swimmers in Notre Dame history.

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HONORS & AWARDS

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Most Valuable Player Awarded by the Notre Dame National Monogram Club and voted on by team members, this award is given to the most outstanding swimmer or diver in a given season. 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983

Zachary Stephens Frank Dyer Frank Dyer John Lytle John Lytle MacKenzie LeBlanc Ted Brown Jay Vanden Berg Tim Kegelman Tim Kegelman Matt Obringer Jonathan Pierce Jonathan Pierce Ray Fitzpatrick Ray Fitzpatrick Scott Zumbach Matthew Rose Scott Zumbach Ry Beville Sean Hyer Greg Cornick Greg Cornick Brian Rini Brian Rini James Byrne Paul Godfrey Eric Bohdan Blaise Harding Timothy Bohdan Daniel Flynn Timothy Bohdan

Knute Rockne Student-Athlete Awarded by Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978

Mason Weber Kevin Rahill Jonathan Whitcomb Michael Sullivan John Lytle Danny Lutkus Sam Stoner Ted Brown Patrick Davis David Moisan Brian Coughlan Josh Dermott Andy Maggio Michael Koss Matt Hedden Ray Fitzpatrick Mike Doyle Brian Najarian Ry Beville Tim Sznewajs Alan Shaw Morgan Dailey Greg Cornick Karl Peterson Brian Rini Tom Penn David Ledrick James Dowd John Ward Charles Brady Brian Casey Brian Casey Brian Casey John Gibbons David Campbell Jeanine Blatt Patrick Kinney Joseph Caverly

Weight Room Warrior Award Presented to the Notre Dame men’s swimmer and diver who best show consistent improvement and unmatched effort, continuous improvement, and enthusiasm for the weight room for the betterment of himself and his teammates. 2013

Matthew DeBlasio (swimmer) Michael Kreft (diver)

All-Time Senior Managers 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86

Madison Boyle Amanda Brady Jessica Orlando Kristin Rhoa Nikki LeGare Mike Mashura Stephanie Smucker Nick Frohmader Liz Frierott Jenny Scherer Elisabeth Drelick Molly Ward Kaylea Hoelscher Beth Castricone Audra Acey Meeghan Karle Felice Goldbach Marah Wich Mike Albertini Jamie DeMaria Jay Albian Christy Cook Matthew Knott Franco Dooley C.J. Ritterbusch Andrew Higney Jason Doerr Mike Flaherty Art Velasquez

1984-85 Theron Roberts 1983-84 Mark McNulty 1982-83 Jim Filar 1981-82 Mike Scanlon 1980-81 Jim Waclawik 1979-80 Todd Prigal 1978-79 James Severyn 1977-78 Peter Warmenhoven 1976-77 Mike Phillips 1975-76 Gerald Klimek 1974-75 Bill Matarazzi 1973-74 Bill Hendricks 1972-73 Jim Keenan 1971-72 Andrew Froning 1970-71 Jim Buchanan 1969-70 Bill Fahey 1968-69 Brad McConville 1967-68 David Kabat Peter Wayne 1966-67 Jack Buttler Jack Buttler 1965-66 Andy Giordino 1964-65 1963-64 Sal Leccese 1962-63 Richard Peplinski 1961-62 Philip Dillenburger 1960-61 John Cavalier Pat Clark 1959-60 1958-59 -

Byron V. Kanaley Award The most prestigious honor awarded to a Notre Dame student-athlete, the Byron V. Kanaley Award has been presented each year since 1927 to the senior monogram athletes who have been most exemplary as both students and leaders. The awards, presented by the Faculty Board on Athletics, are named in honor of a 1904 Notre Dame graduate who was a member of the Irish baseball team as an undergraduate. Kanaley went on to a successful banking career in Chicago and served the University as a lay trustee from 1915 until his death in 1960. Eight members of the Notre Dame men’s swimming and diving team have received the award, including five since 2000.

Thomas Bourke 1968

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Bob Ebel 1977

Brian Casey 1985

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Ray Fitzpatrick 2000

Matt Hedden 2001

Michael Koss 2002

Ted Brown 2007

John Lytle 2010


ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS

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BIG EAST Academic All-Stars Four years Bill Bass ...........................................2010-13 Bill Bauman .....................................2006-09 Doug Bauman .................................2003-06 Ryan Belecanech .............................2009-12 Ted Brown ........................................2004-07 Steven Brus ......................................2008-11 Sean Casey .................................. 1997-2000 Patrick Davis ....................................2003-06 Josh Dermott ...................................2001-04 Ray Fitzpatrick ............................ 1997-2000 Antonio Fonseca.......................... 1997-2000 Nathan Geary ..................................2008-11 Tyler Grenda ....................................2003-06 Andrew Hoffman .............................2007-10 Tim Kegelman .................................2004-07 Mike Koss .................................... 1999-2002 John Lubker ................................ 1997-2000 Danny Lutkus ...................................2006-09 Patrick Lloyd ....................................2007-10 John Lytle.........................................2007-10 David Moisan ...................................2002-05 Patrick O’Berry .................................2003-06 Matt Obringer ..................................2001-04 Sean Rademaker .............................2009-12 Kevin Rahill ......................................2009-12 Daniel Rave ......................................2006-09 Joseph Raycroft................................2008-11 Marshall Sherman ...........................2009-12 Mitchell Sherman ............................2006-09 Michael Sullivan ..............................2008-11 Sam Stoner ......................................2005-08 Eric Swenson ...................................2005-08 Dan Szilier ................................... 1998-2001 J.R. Teddy .........................................2001-04 Ryan Verlin .................................. 1998-2001 Mason Weber ..................................2010-13 Jonathan Whitcomb ........................2009-12 Tong Xie ...........................................2000-03 Chris Zeches .....................................2004-07

Three years Austin Anderson...............................2000-02 David Anderson ...............................2007-09 Colin Babcock ..................................2011-13 Matt Bertke ...........................2002, 2004-05 Stephen Cardwell.............................1996-98 Joshua Choi......................................2011-13 Mike Doyle .......................................1996-98 Jason Fitzpatrick ..............................2000-02 Michael Flanagan ............................2001-03 Tylor Gauger ....................................2011-13 Patrick Heffernan ...................2003-04, 2006 John Hudson....................................2001-03 Matt Hyde ........................................2001-03 Frank Krakowski ....................2002, 2004-05 Erik Lex ..................................2008-09, 2011 Andy Maggio ...................................2000-02 Brian Maloy .....................................2009-11 John McGinley..................................2010-12 Brian Najarian ..................................1996-98 Joshua Nosal ..........................2008, 2010-11 Petar Petrovic...................................2010-12 Jonathan Pierce........................... 1999-2001 Wes Richardson................................1996-98 Thomas Van Volkenburg ..................2009-11 Jay Vanden Berg...............................2005-07 Wesley Villaflor ......................2008, 2010-11 Lucas Wymore .................................2001-03

Matt Grunewald ..............................2000-01 Bryan Guarnier ................................2005-06 Matt Hedden ...................................2000-01 Jace Hopper ..........................................2008 David Horak .....................................2001-02 Herb Huesman ................................2000-01 Christopher Johnson........................2011-12 Broderick Kelley................................2012-13 Peter Koppel ...................................2008, 10 Michael Kreft....................................2012-13 MacKenzie LeBlanc ..........................2009-10 Jamie Lutkus ....................................2005-06 Ross Moore ......................................2007-08 Patrick Murphy.................................2012-13 Bertie Nel.........................................2012-13 Nick Nemetz.....................................2012-13 Kevin Overholt..................................2011-12 Jeff Page ..........................................1996-97 Russell Preston ...........................1999, 2001 Tim Randolph ..................................2005-06 Matt Rose ........................................1996-97 Rob Seery ...................................2006, 2008 Steve Shomberger ...........................2005-06 Slade Stolz ..................................1996, 1998 Patrick Sullivan.................................2011-12 Ted Wagner......................................2012-13 Steele Whowell ...............................1998-99 Scott Zumbach ................................1998-99

Two years John Andrade...................................2012-13 Justin Barber....................................2006-07 Jordan Berry ....................................2011-12 Louis Cavadini .............................2005, 2007 Brian Coughlan ...........................2002, 2004 Steven Crowe ..............................2005, 2007 Elliott Drury .....................................2001-02 Caleb Dunnichay ..............................2009-10 Conor Evans......................................2011-12 Colin Francesco.................................2009-10

One year Patrick Augustyn ..................................2008 Bogac Ayhan.........................................2013 Chris Barnes ..........................................2006 Ry Beville ..............................................1997 Matt Buerger.........................................2013 Michael Bulfin ......................................2009 Grant Burrall .........................................2001 Adam Cahill ..........................................2002 Alan Carter ............................................2007 Joe Casino..............................................2013

Irish Academic Ecellence

Academic All-America CSCAA Scholar First Team All-America 2013 Frank Dyer 2012 Bill Bass ESPN Academic All-America 2007 Ted Brown CoSDA Academic All-America 2000 Ray Fitzpatrick CSCAA Scholar All-America Honorable Mention 2013 Colin Babcock • Broderick Kelley • Ryan Koter • Michael Kreft • Bertie Nel 2012 Colin Babcock • Ryan Koter • Michael Kreft John McGinley • Bertie Nel • Mason Weber 2011 Steven Brus • John McGinley • Michael Sullivan Mason Weber

Jason Colettis ........................................2002 Ryan Dailey ...........................................1996 T.J. DeFrank ...........................................2001 Andrew Deters ......................................2009 Joseph Deters .......................................2008 David Doherty ......................................1996 Christopher Douville .............................2008 Mike Driscoll .........................................1996 Frank Dyer.............................................2013 Rob Fellrath ..........................................1996 Rob Fetter .............................................2000 Rob Flynn ..............................................1996 Chris Fugate ..........................................1999 Michael Hudspith..................................2013 Kevin Hughes........................................2012 Andrew Jensen......................................2013 Greg Juszli .............................................2001 Chris Kane .............................................2006 John Kennedy .......................................1996 Vince Kuna ............................................1999 Rob Lambert ........................................1996 George Lathrop .....................................1996 Ty Leverty..............................................1996 Andrew MacKay....................................2008 Tyler Maertz ..........................................1997 Mike Maggio.........................................2005 James McEldrew...................................2013 Shane McKenzie....................................2013 Cameron Miller......................................2013 Clay Miller..............................................2001 Alex Robinson.......................................2013 B.J. Roth................................................2011 Josh Saylor............................................1996 Michael Scheid......................................2013 Ryan Schoerder.....................................1996 James Scott-Browne.............................1998 Brian Skorney........................................1999 Zachary Stephens..................................2013 Timothy Sznewajs ................................1996 Christopher Wills...................................2011

2010 Steven Brus • Nathan Geary • Ryan Koter MacKenzie LeBlanc • John Lytle • Petar Petrovic Michael Sullivan • Wesley Villafor 2009 Michael Bulfin • Nathan Geary MacKenzie LeBlanc • Eric Lex Danny Lutkus • John Lytle Michael Sullivan 2008 Patrick Augustyn • Steven Brus • Steven Crowe Caleb Dunnichay • John Lytle • Daniel Rave Sam Stoner 2007 Ted Brown • Steven Crowe • Daniel Rave Sam Stoner 2006 Ted Brown • Tim Kegelman • Jamie Lutkus Tim Randolph • Sam Stoner 2005 Ted Brown • Frank Krakowski • Tim Randolph 2004 Ted Brown • Tim Kegelman • Matt Obringer 1999 Ray Fitzpatrick

Here is a look at some of the top national academic performances since 1990-91 (ranked by team grade point average: National GPA Year Semester Rank 3.367 2009 Spring t-5th 3.352 1999 Spring 1st 3.324 2000 Fall 2nd 3.310 2013 Spring 14th 3.300 2011 Spring 9th 3.286 2002 Spring 5th 3.235 1996 Spring 11th 3.225 1998 Fall 2nd 3.231 2007 Spring 16th 3.210 2000 Spring 7th 3.200 2012 Fall 25th 3.195 2001 Fall 6th 3.194 1995 Spring 6th 3.190 2008 Fall 12th 3.180 2005 Fall 12th 3.180 2006 Spring t-15th 3.170 2005 Spring 11th 3.157 2004 Spring 12th 3.128 2003 Spring 3.110 2004 Fall 14th 3.065 1990-91 - 2nd 3.050 2003 Fall 24th 3.046 2002 Fall 20th

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Name Thomas Adami Austin Anderson David Anderson Tyler Angelo Ron Alitto John Allen Tom Allen Ernie Arras Patrick Augustyn Mike Autry Bogac Ayhan Colin Babcock Jim Baclawski John Balthrop Justin Barber Charles Bard Ken Barker Chris Barnes Sean Barry Bill Bass Glenn Battle Doug Bauman Bill Bauman Charles Beauregard Jonathan Becher Gerard Begley Ryan Belecanech Thomas Behney Tim Belke Robert Bence James Bennan Paul Benz J. Michael Bernard Jordan Berry Matt Bertke Ryan Beville Jim Birmingham Parle Blake Charles Blanchard Matt Blanchong Tom Blank Jeanine Blatt George Block Tom Blooming John Blum Humphrey Bohan Eric Bohdan Greg Bohdan Timothy Bohdan Thomas Bourke Jim Boutrous Norm Bower Louis Bowersox Joseph Bracco Pat Bradley Charles Brady James Brehm Ed Broderick Ted Brown Thomas Browne Steven Brus Lee Ann Brislawn

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Monograms -- 2000-02 2007-10 2007-08 1977 -- -- -- 2008-09 -- 2013 2011-13 -- 1971-73 2004-07 -- -- 2006 -- 2010-13 1980-83 2003-06 2006-09 -- -- -- 2009-12 -- -- -- -- 1982-85 1982 2010-13 2002-04 1994-95, ’97 1989-92 -- 1962-64 1994-95 -- -- -- -- 1966 1967 1986-89 1980, ’82-83 1982-85 1966-67 1992 1974-75 1980 1961-62 1987-88 1986 1967 1990-93 2004-07 1987 2008-11 1979-80

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Fighting Irish Name Lawrence Buckley Matthew Buerger Robert Burke Grant Burrall James Butler Tom Byorick Jim Byrne Pat Cady Adam Cahill David Campbell Bill Campbell Steve Cardwell Daniel Carey Raymond Carey Paul Carry William Carson Alan Carter Brian Casey Brian Casey Donald Casey Sean Casey Joe Casino James Catalino David Cavadini Louis Cavadini Bill Cella Mark Chiles Robert Chiles Walter Chiles Joshua Choi George Clark John Clark Tom Clark Alexander Clarke Peter Clearkin John Cleaver John Coffey Steve Coffey Michael Cohen David Colbert Jason Colettis Michael Concannon Jamie Considine Trey Cook Colin Cooley James Cooney Greg Cornick Brian Coughlan James Coyle Michael Cromar William Cronin Andrew Crowe Rory Culhane Brendan Cullinan Morgan Daily Matt Dalton Michael Davis Michael Davis Patrick Davis Matthew DeBlasio Dale DeBruyne Troy DeFrank Mark Dellamano William Dellekamp

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Hometown Covington, La. Wexford, Pa. White Plains, N.Y. Cedarburg, Wis. Pittsburgh, Pa. Greenwood Village, Colo. Cincinnati, Ohio Springfield, Va. Richmond, Ky. North Brunswick, N.J. Tyler, Texas Marietta, Ga. Louisville, Ky. Edison, N.J. Glencoe, Ill. Evansville, Ind. Bethel Park, Pa. Holmdel, N.J. Bellevue, Wash. Holmdel, N.J. Little Rock, Ark. Stamford, Conn. South Hampton, Pa. South Bend, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Park Ridge, Ill. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn. Folsom, Calif. Mahopac, N.Y. Oak Park, Ill. Des Moines, Iowa Harrisburg, Pa. Cushendall, Ireland Mishawaka, Ind. Flushing, N.Y. Flushing, N.Y. Bala Cynwyd, Pa. Natchez, Miss. Walpole, Ma. Berkeley, Ill. Oceanport, N.J. Decatur, Ill. Winter Park, Fla. Palm Beach, Fla. Mill Creek, Wash. Moraga, Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Los Angeles, Calif. Larchmont, N.Y. Fairfield, Conn. Rochester, N.Y. Oceanport, N.J. Columbia, Md. Cumberland, R.I. Cincinnati, Ohio Harrisburg, Pa. Clearwater, Fla. Dix Hills, N.Y. Mishawaka, Ind. Harrisburg, Pa. Los Altos, Calif. Shelbyville, Ind.

High School St. Paul’s North Allegheny -- Cedarburg -- Regis Jesuit St. Xavier Bishop Ireton Model North Brunswick Robert E. Lee McEachern St. Xavier St. Joseph Loyola -- Bethel Park Christian Brothers Eastside Catholic Christian Brothers Catholic Fordham Preparatory Archbishop Wood Riley Riley -- Christian Brothers -- -- Vista del Lago -- Fenwick Valley High -- St. MacNissis Penn Archbishop Molloy Archbishop Molloy -- -- Xaverian Brothers Proviso West Shore Regional MacArthur Winter Park -- Blanchet Campolindo -- -- Archbishop Stepinac Bishop Dwenger -- Shore Regional Loyola Deerfield -- -- Jesuit Half Hollow Hills East Mishawaka Bishop McDevitt -- --

Monograms -- 2013 -- 2000-01 -- 1994 1988-91 1991-93 2001-02 1978-81 1990 1997-98 1983-84 -- -- 1967-69 2004-07 1982-85 1994 1979-81 1997-2000 2013 -- 2006-07 2004-07 -- 1976-78 1967-68 -- 2011-13 1961-62 1961-62 -- -- -- -- 1983-86 1984-85, ’87 1966, ’68 1971-72 2000-02 -- 1983 -- 1990-93 1969-71 1990-93 2002, ’04 1961-62 -- 1959-61 -- 1963-64 -- -- 1977 -- 1967-69 2003-06 2012-13 1977 2001 1969-70 --

Years 1979-82 2012-current 1969 1998-01 1971 1991-92, ’94 1988-91 1991-94 1998, 2001-03 1978-81 1990-92 1996-98 1981-84 1974-75 1973 1967-69 2004-07 1982-85 1991-94 1979-81 1997-2000 2012-13 1980 2006-07 2004-07 1967 1976-78 1966-68 1962 2010-current 1961-62 1961-63 1990-91 1966-67 1997 1972, ’74 1983-86 1984-87 1966, ’68 1970-72 2000-02 1978 1980-83 1995-96 1990-93 1969-71 1990-93 2001-04 1961-62 1966 1959-61 1979-80 1963-65 1981 1991-94 1977 1969 1967-69 2003-06 2011-current 1977 2001 1969-70 1962

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Name Terry Dempsey Josh Dermott Joe Derrico Andrew Deters Joseph Deters Timothy Devereux Timothy Dietz Edward Diluia Frank Dinger Robert DiTolla Joseph Diver Gregory Doerfler David Doherty Michael Donovan Jim Doran Jim Dowd Michael Doyle D. Gordon Drake Mike Driscoll Paul Drucker Elliott Drury Les Duffy Richard Dunn T.J. Durkin Frank Dyer Ted Egan Bruce Emery Matt Englehart Jose Esteve Sam Evanovich Conor Evans John Fagan Frank Fahey Nick Fanslau Mike Feldman John Felicelli Rob Fellrath Dean Fernandez Robert Ferraris Craig Ferrell Jack Ferrell Robert Fetter Robert Fink Richard Fiory James Fischer Steven Fitzmorris Jason Fitzpatrick Ray Fitzpatrick Ed Fitzsimons Dennis Fitzsimons James Fitzsimons John Fitzsimons Richard Fitzsimons Kevin Flanagan Michael Flanagan Tom Fleming William Fleming Daniel Flynn Pat Flynn Rob Flynn Antonio Fonseca Colin Francesco Douglas Free Brian Freeman

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Fighting Irish Hometown Oak Park, Ill. El Dorado Hills, Calif. Wantagh, N.Y. Claremont, Calif. Loveland, Ohio Oak Hill, Ill. Lubbock, Texas Homewood, Ill. Roslyn, N.Y. Denver, Colo. Findlay, Ohio Markham, Ill. White Plains, N.Y. Scotch Plains, N.Y. Palatine, Ill. Murrysville, Pa. Hales Corners, Wis. Minneapolis, Minn. Butte, Mont. Wilmette, Ill. Mukilteo, Wash. Larchmont, N.Y. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Dracut, Mass. Loudonville, N.Y. Larchmont, N.Y. Northfield, Minn. Medfield, Mass. Dallas, Texas East Chicago, Ind. Washington, D.C. Cleveland, Ohio South Bend, Ind. Lansdale, Pa. St. Louis, Mo. Oak Park, Ill. Alma, Mich. San Diego, Calif. Ridgewood, N.J. Tullahoma, Tenn. Tullahoma, Tenn. Lakeland, Fla. Huntington, Ind. Garfield, N.J. Carmichael, Calif. Palm Springs, Calif. Gilbert, Ariz. Doylestown, Pa. Mt. Prospect, Ill. Mt. Prospect, Ill. Mt. Prospect, Ill. Mt. Prospect, Ill. Mt. Prospect, Ill. Middletown, Conn. San Diego, Calif. Crown Point, Ind. Hartford, Conn. Saginaw, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Oakton, Va. Greenville, R.I. Shamong, N.J. Verona, Pa. Sanger, Calif.

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High School St. Ignatius Rio Americano -- Claremont St. Xavier St. Ignatius Monterey Mt. Carmel -- Thomas Jefferson Findlay Bremen White Plains St. Joseph’s Fremd Franklin Regional Waukesha Catholic Southwest Central -- Kamiak -- -- Phillips Shaker -- Northfield Medfield Cistercian Bishop Noll The Heights -- John Adams North Penn Parkway South -- Alma Carlsbad -- Webb Webb Lakeland Huntington North -- Jesuit Palm Springs Highland La Salle St. Viator St. Viator St. Viator St. Viator St. Viator Xavier San Diego Crown Point -- Douglas Macarthur -- Oakton Bishop Hendricken St. Joseph’s -- Immanuel

Monograms 1986 2001-04 -- 2007-10 2008 -- -- 1978 1960-61 -- 1966-68 1969 1993-96 1997 1991-94 1985-88 1997-98 -- -- 1964-65 2001-02 -- -- 2000 2011-13 1963, ’65 -- -- -- -- 2009-12 -- 1969-72 2004-06 -- -- 1995 2006 1971 1969-70 1973 1997-2000 1980 -- 1972-74 1978 2000-03 1997-2000 1975-77 -- 1970-71 1984 1971 1992-94 2001-03 -- -- 1981-84 -- 1993-96 1997-2000 2009-11 1970-71 2004-07

Years 1985-87 2001-04 1966-67 2006-10 2007-09 1976 1986 1975-78 1959-61 1973, 1975-76 1966-68 1967-69 1993-96 1996-97 1991-94 1985-88 1996-99 1975-78 1996-97 1963-65 1999-2002 1959 1959-60 2000 2010-current 1963-65 1991-92 2002-03 1984 1984-85 2008-12 1959 1969-72 2004-07 1988 1966 1994-96 2005-07 1971 1969-70 1973 1997-2000 1979-80 1965 1972-74 1975, 1977-78 2000-03 1997-2000 1975-78 1985 1970-71 1984 1971, 1974-76 1992-94 2001-03 1991-92 1969 1981-84 1961-63 1993-96 1997-2000 2008-11 1970-71 2004-07


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Fighting Irish Name John Frey Jeff Fritz John Froman Chris Fugate R. Gale Rocke Garcia Jim Garrity Matthew Garrity Tim Gasperak Tylor Gauger George Gaw Bill Gehrke Tim Geiger M. Gernerd Tom Gettlefinger John Gibbons Matt Gibbons Jeff Glazier John Godfrey Paul Godfrey Jeff Grace Edward Graham Chris Green Stephen Green William Green Tyler Grenda James Grever Matthew Grunewald Bryan Guarnier Thomas Gustafson Greg Hagen Michael Hanahan Steve Hanson Mark Hardig Al Harding Blaise Harding John Harding Thomas Hartye Roland Hartzell Anthony Haske Jeff Hauswirth Peter Haynes Matt Hedden Patrick Heffernan Christopher Heine Eric Hendrickson Mark Hessler Paul Hesse Greg Hicks Michael Hilger James Hilliard David Hochstetler Thomas Hock Andrew Hoffman Paul Hoffman Jace Hopper James E. Hofweber Caswell Holloway David Horak Tom Horenkamp John Hudson Michael Hudspith James Hughes Kevin Hughes Brett Hunt

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Hometown High School Wauwatosa, Wis. -- Edina, Minn. Edina West Littleton, Colo. Mullen Independence, Mo. St. Mary’s Carmichael, Calif. -- Saratoga, Calif. Bellarmine Chappaqua, N.Y. Roosevelt Chappaqua, N.Y. -- Lyndhurst, Ohio Charles F. Bush Kokomo, Ind. Kokomo Oaklawn, Ill. -- Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. -- Clarence, N.Y. Clarence Allentown, Pa. -- Louisville, Ky. -- East Meadow, N.Y. Holy Trinity Merritt Island, Fla. Melbourne Central Rochester, N.Y. -- Elizabethtown, Ky. Elizabethtown Elizabethtown, Ky. Elizabethtown Buffalo, N.Y. -- Butler, Pa. Butler Green Bay, Wis. Abbott Pennings New Castle, Pa. -- Mishawaka, Ind. Penn Hockessin, Del. Salesianum Cincinnati, Ohio St. Xavier Centerville, Ohio Archbishop Alter Queensbury, N.Y. Glen Falls Fort Lauderdale, Fla. -- Sioux City, Iowa -- Birmingham, Mich. Birmingham Seaholm Spokane, Wash. Gonzaga Cincinnati, Ohio Elder Evansville, Ind. Evansville Day Evansville, Ind. Evansville Day New Brunswick, N.J. St. Joseph’s Westfield, N.J. Westfield Rochester, N.Y. McQuaid Harwood Heights, Ill. Fenwick Thousand Oaks, Calif. Birmingham Indianapolis, Ind. North Central Westerville, Ohio Westerville South Norcross, Ga. Norcross Louisville, Ky. St. Xavier Miami, Fla. Miami Palmetto Los Altos, Calif. Bellarmine Grand Rapids, Mich. Catholic Central St. Charles, Ill. Marmion Englewood, Colo. Cherry Creek Chicago, Ill. -- Bremen, Ind. Bremen Senior Cincinnati, Ohio St. Xavier Fort Wayne, Ind. Homestead Royal Oak, Mich. -- Las Vegas, Nev. The Meadows Fairview Park, Ohio Detroit Haverford, Pa. -- Montclair, Va. -- Bloomington, Ill. University Alpharetta, Ga. Chattahoochee Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. Palos Verdes Chicago, Ill. Loyola Rye, N.Y. Rye Boise, Idaho Boise

Monograms 1964-65 -- 1987-89 1996-99 -- 1963-65 1959 1962-63 -- 2010-13 -- 1966 -- -- -- 1980-81 1992 -- 1990-93 1988-91 1985-86, ’88 1971-74 1985-87 1967-68 1983-84 2003-06 1960-62 2000-01 2003, ‘05 -- -- -- -- -- 1981-84 1983-86 -- 1977-78 1985, ’87 1959-61 1983 -- 2000-01 2003-06 -- -- 2001 1976-77 -- 1979-82 -- -- 1967-69 2007-10 -- 2006-08 1968 -- 1999-2002 1993-95 2001-03 2013 1963 2012-13 1988

Years 1964-65 1982- ’84 1986-89 1996-99 1971-72 1963-65 1959 1962-63 1991 2009-2013 1970 1965-67 1984 1972 1960 1979-82 1992-94 1988 1990-93 1988-91 1985-88 1971-74 1985-87 1967-68 1983-84 2003-06 1960-62 1999-2001 2003-06 1969-71 1984 1983-84 1989 1974-75 1981-84 1983-86 1984 1977-78 1985-88 1959-61 1980-83 1983 1998-2001 2003-06 2001 1986-88 2001 1976-77 1992 1979-82 1959 2004-05 1967-69 2006-10 1971 2006-08 1966-68 1971 1999-2002 1993-95 2001-03 2012-current 1962-63 2011-current 1988

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Name David Hussey Robert Husson Charles Huttinger Matt Hyde Timothy Jacob Bill Jackoboice Brennan Jacobsen David Jenkins Andrew Jensen Mark Jensen Christopher Johnson Scott Jessup Eugene Jordan Wade Justice Greg Juszli George Kane James Kane Charles Kappert Richard Katis Matt Keane M. Kearney Mike Keeley Tim Kegelman Broderick Kelley Paul Kelly Michael Kennedy John Kennedy Crane Kenney Ray Kenny Garrett Kern Robert Kersten Andrew Kiley Michael Kilpatrick Patrick Kinney Peter Kinsella Travis Kline Brian Kolle John Komora Peter Koppel Kevin Korowicki John Koselka Michael Koss Scott Koziar Frank Krakowski Gene Krathaus Jim Kress Kevin Kristl Timothy Kristl Robert Kroha Thomas Krutsch John Kurtz Vincent Kuna Brian Kuzniar David LaBerge Joseph Ladouceur James Laflin William Langan Pat LaPlatney George Lathrop Kathleen Latino Patrick Laughlin Richard Leberman MacKenzie LeBlanc Brendan Lechner David Ledrick

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Fighting Irish Hometown Winfield, Ill. York, Pa. New Kensington, Pa. Ambler, Pa. Willow Grove, Pa. Grand Rapids, Mich. Whittier, Ca. Troy, Ohio Sugar Land, Texas Brooklyn Park, Minn. St. John, Ind. Granger, Ind. Clayton, Mo. Tuscon, Ariz. Hudson, Ohio Lake Forest, Ill. Potomac, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Glen Ellyn, Ill. Winona, Minn. Dolton, Ill. Spring, Texas Yorktown, Va. Pittsburgh, Pa. Hohokus, N.J. Merritt Island, Fla. Portsmouth, R.I. Adrian, Mich. St. Louis, Mo. Barrington, Ill. Fort Dodge, Iowa Lawrenceville, Ga. Coral Gables, Fla. St. Joseph’s, Mich. Ladue, Mo. Glens Falls, N.Y. The Woodlands, Texas South Bend, Ind. Wilmington, Del. Doylestown, Pa. Adrian, Mich. Aurora, Colo. Madison, Wis. Erie, Pa. Buffalo, N.Y. Dearborn, Mich. Warsaw, Ind. Warsaw, Ind. Detroit, Mich. Bryan, Ohio Forest Park, Ill. Naperville, Ill. St. Charles, Ill. Doylestown, Pa. Evergreen Park, Ill. Clayton, Mo. Brooklyn, N.Y. St. Petersburg, Fla. Carmel, Ind. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Rockledge, Fla. Meadowbrook, Pa. Plano, Texas Westfield, Ill. Grand Rapids, Mich.

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High School St. Ignatius York Catholic Valley Germantown Germantown Catholic Central Sonora Troy Clements Park Center Lake Central Jackson -- Salpointe Catholic Hudson -- Loyola-Blakefield -- -- Cotter -- Klein Oak Tabb Shady Side -- -- Hill Adrian -- Barrington -- Brookwood -- St. Joseph St. Louis Glen Falls McCullough John Adams Archmere Central Bucks West Adrian Smoky Hill Edgewood Cathedral West Seneca Edsel Ford Warsaw -- -- Bryan -- Naperville North St. Charles Central Bucks West -- -- -- Catholic Carmel -- Rockledge -- Plano East Westfield Forest Hills Central

Monograms -- 1965-67 -- 2001-03 1981-84 1987-90 2012-13 -- 2013 1985-87 2010-13 1977 1960 -- 2000-01 -- 1972-75 -- 1959 -- -- 1992-94 2004-07 2012-13 -- 1985 -- -- -- -- -- 1992-95 1971 -- 1976 2003 -- 1978-81 2008-11 1979 1985-88 1999-2002 -- 2002-05 1970-73 -- -- 1963-65 -- 1979-81 -- 1996-99 -- -- 1967-69 -- -- 1979, ’81 1994-96 1979-80 -- -- 2007-10 1998-2000 1989

Years 1978 1964-67 1975 2000-03 1981-84 1987-90 2011-current 1978 2012-current 1984-87 2009-13 1977 1959-60 1982 1998-2001 1960 1972-75 1959 1959 2001 1971-72 1992-95 2004-07 2011-current 1965-66 1985 1995-97 1982 1970 1994 1971 1992-95 1971 1976. 1978-79 1975-77 1999-2000, 2002-03 1997 1978-81 2007-2011 1979-80 1985-88 1999-2002 1998 2002-05 1970-73 1989 1977 1963-65 1959 1978-81 1967 1996-99 1994 1979-80 1967-69 1969-70 1963-64 1979, ’81 1993-96 1979-80 1973-74, 1976 1961-64 2006-10 1998-2000 1986-89


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Fighting Irish Name Michael Lee James Leslie Ty Leverty Robert Lieb James Link William Linklater Paul Lipari Patrick Lloyd Thomas Londrigan George Love James Lowe Mark Lowney William Luberto John Lubker Christopher Lund Danny Lutkus Jamie Lutkus Patrick Lynch John Lytle Andrew MacKay Charles Mackett John MacLeod Thomas Madvad Mike Mahaney Jamie Malcolm Brian Maloy Robert Manning Frank Marchinkowski Roy Marshall Preston Martin Joseph Martinez Tom Maxwell George May John May Pat McAllister Edward McAnaney Will McCarthy Kevin McCluskey Brian McCorry John McDermott Patrick McDivitt Michael McDonough James McEldrew William McEvoy John McGinley Frank McGuire James McInerney John McIntee Shane McKenzie Roderick McLaughlin P. McLennon Patrick McManus James McNerney James Meagher Joseph Meany Chris Mecca Scott Medlock Peter Mehok Edward Merkel Mike Messaglia John Michielutti Cameron Miller Clay Miller Josh Milligan

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Hometown High School Kingston, Jamaica St. George’s Farmington Hills, Mich. Catholic Reno, Nev. Reno Corona Del Mar, Calif. -- Springfield, Ill. Bishop Ireton LaGrange, Ill. -- Easton, Pa. Easton La Grange Park, Ill. Fenwick Springfield, Ill. -- Santa Barbara, Calif. Santa Barbara South Bend, Ind. -- Orange, Conn. Amity Grosse Point Woods, Mich. Grosse Point North Roswell, Ga. Chattahoochee New Rochelle, N.Y. Mamaroneck Granger, Ind. Penn Granger, Ind. Penn Seattle, Wash. -- Clearfield, Pa. Clearfield Area Georgetown, Grand Cayman Cayman Kenmore, N.Y. Kenmore West Greenwich, Conn. Bellarmine Warren, Ohio Warren Western Reserve Atherton, Calif. -- Sullivan’s Island, S.C. Bishop England Loudonville, N.Y. Shaker Chicago, Ill. -- Fairfax, Va. Fort Knox Columbus, Ind. -- Midlothian, Va. Midlothian Medicine Lake, Minn. Wayzata West, N.Y. -- Skokie, Ill. -- Riverside, Conn. -- Baltimore, Md. Loyola Yonkers, N.Y. -- Orlando, Fla. Winter Park Lima, Ohio Shawnee Quincy, Ill. St. Louis College Point, N.Y. -- Wilmette, Ill. New Trier Cherry Hill, N.J. -- North Wales, Pa. Germantown Academy Dallas, Texas White King of Prussia, Pa. Malvern New Hyde Park, N.Y. Holy Cross Grand Rapids, Mich. Landon Bettendorf, Iowa Bettendorf Newtown, Pa. St. Joseph’s Prep Syracuse, N.Y. Christian Brothers Downers Grove, Ill. -- Abington, Pa. Abington Pittsburgh, Pa. -- Louisville, Ky. Campion Waltham, Mass. -- Port Chester, N.Y. Port Chester Orlando, Fla. Oak Ridge Stamford, Conn. Westhill Chelsea, Mich. Chelsea South Bend, Ind. Riley St. Clair Shores, Mich. Lakeview Michigan City, Ind. Michigan City Mead, Wash. Mt. Spokane Scottsdale, Ariz. Arcadia

Monograms -- 1995 -- 1961-63 -- -- -- 2007-10 1959 -- -- 1988-90 -- 1997-2000 1960 2006-09 2003-06 -- 2007-10 2005-08 -- 1961-63 -- 1959 -- 2009-11 -- -- 1966, ’68 -- -- -- 1959 1967-69 1980 -- 1994-95 -- 1973 1962 1979 1970 2012-13 1971, ’73 2010-13 1977 -- -- 2013 1978-80 -- 1987-88 -- 1972-75 1960 -- -- -- -- 1987 -- 2012-13 2000-01 1995

Years 1977-78, 1980 1995-96 1996 1961-63 1979 1962-63 1976-79 2006-10 1959 1985, ’87 1960 1987-90 1986 1997-2000 1960 2005-09 2003-06 1987 2006-10 2004-08 1975 1961-63 1978 1959 1993-94 2008-11 1961-64 1978-79 1966, ’68 1992-93 2001 1960 1959 1967-69 1980-83 1959 1992-95 1997 1973, 1975-76 1960, ’62 1979-1982 1970 2011-current 1971-73 2009-13 1977 1965 1977-79 2012-current 1978-80 1970, ’72 1985-88 1961 1972-75 1959-60 1971-73 1974 1997-98 1985 1987-90 1985 2011-current 2000-01 1995

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Name Roger Miro David Moisan Ross Moore Tom Moran Brian Mulhern Wesley Mullins Patrick Murphy Richard Murphy Richard Nagle Brian Najarian John Nappi Jay Nash David Nathe Chuck Neidhoefer Bertie Nel Lawrence Nelson Dave Newman Bernie Niehaus John Nolan Joshua Nosal Michael Noonan Thomas Noonan Patrick O’Berry John O’Connell Dennis O’Connor Edward O’Connor Michael O’Connor Joseph O’Connor Thomas O’Donoghue Gereard O’Regan Tim O’Shaugnessy Matt Obringer Thomas Oddo Patrick Olson Kevin Overholt Jeff Page Jerry Pape Graham Parker John Parrish Ross Parrish Howard Paul Robert Paver Sam Pendergast Tom Penn Ken Perantoni Karl Peterson Chris Petrillo Andrew Petro Petar Petrovic B.J. Phillips Jonathan Pierce Andrew Piszkin Drew Pittman Steve Pophal Joseph Powell Stefan Prendergast Russell Preston Dan Price Lawrence Quinn Robert Radziewicz Daniel Rahill Kevin Rahill Guillermo Ramis Roger Rand

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Fighting Irish Hometown Miami, Fla. Fisherville, Ky. Champaign, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Flossmoor, Ill. Louisville, Ky. Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Palisades Park, N.J. Chicago, Ill. Troy, Mich. Pittsburgh, Pa. Anchorage, Ala. Waynesboro,Va. Hartland, Wis. Tzaneen, South Africa Palos Park, Ill. Saginaw, Mich. Vincennes, Ind. Pittsburgh, Pa. Austin, Texas Oak Park, Ill. Oak Park, Ill. Alpharetta, Ga. New York, N.Y. New Monmouth, N.J. Los Angeles, Calif. Troy, N.J. Highland, Ind. Glenview, Ill. Staten Island, N.Y. Winnetka, Ill. Jacksonville, Fla. Bayside, N.Y. Marlton, N.J. Naperville, Ill. Midlothian, Va. Chicago, Ill. Cherry Hill, N.J. Ottumwa, Iowa Destrehan, La. W. Hartford, Conn. San Francisco, Calif. Melbourne, Australia Peoria Heights, Ill. Somerville, N.J. South Bend, Ind. Greensville, Del. Allentown, Pa. Pancevo, Serbia Woodinville, Wash. Newburgh, Ind. El Cajon, Calif. Williamsburg, Va. Richmond, Ohio Alexandria, Va. Sydney, Australia Boca Raton, Fla. Fairborn, Ohio Buffalo, N.Y. Glenview, Ill. Williamsville, N.Y. Northfield, Ill. Hato Ray, Puerto Rico Beaverton, Ore.

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High School -- Male Champaign Central -- Homewood-Flossmoor The Peddie School The Bolles School Bergen Loyola Brother Rice Mt. Lebanon Service Waynesboro Arrowhead Ben Vorster -- Arthur Hill Rivet Baldwin Westwood Fenwick Fenwick Milton -- -- -- -- Bishop Noll -- -- -- Bolles -- St. Joseph Neuqua Valley Ballard -- Cherry Hill -- Jesuit -- -- -- -- Somerville Riley St. Mark’s Allen Uros Predic (New Orleans) Woodinville Castle Granite Hills Lafayette St. Ignatius -- St. Aloysius’ College St. Andrews -- -- -- Williamsville South Loyola San Ignacio de Loyola Beaverton

Monograms 1986-88 2002-05 2007 -- -- 2010-12 2012-13 1994, ’96-97 1959 1996-98 2012-13 -- 1994 1986-87 2011-13 -- 1985 1986-87 1978 2008-11 1977-78 1976 2003-06 -- -- -- 1969-71 1971-74 -- -- -- 2001-04 1965 2012-13 2010-13 1996-97 -- 2005-06 -- -- -- -- 2007-08 1989-90 -- 1992 1987-89 1975-78 2010-12 -- 1999-2002 1979 2002, ’04 -- -- 2010-11 1998, 2001 -- -- 1971-72 -- 2009-12 1965 1992

Years 1986-88 2002-05 2007 1959-60 1994 2009-13 2011-current 1994-97 1959 1995-98 2011-current 1989-91 1991-95 1986-87 2010-current 1963 1984-86 1986-87 1975-76, 1978-79 2007-2011 1977-78 1976, 1978 2003-06 1963-64 1971 1964-66 1969-71 1971-74 1971 1979 1963-64 2001-04 1963-65 2011-current 2009-13 1996-98 1959 2005-06 1964 1993-95 1969-70 1969 2006-2008 1987-90 1976-77 1989, 1991-92 1986-89 1975-78 2009-12 1994 1999-2002 1979-80 2002-05 1983 1962-64 2009-11 1998-99, 2001 1970 1971 1971-72 1976-79 2008-12 1965-66 1989-92


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Fighting Irish Name Tim Randolph Greg Ranieri Daniel Rave Joseph Raycroft Robert Reilly James Remmers Joe Rentz Michael Revers Stanley Richardson Wes Richardson Joseph Ridgeway Robert Ring Brian Rini Greg Risch Michael Roberts Alex Robinson John Robison Matthew Rose B.J. Roth Thomas Roth Ron Royer Joseph Ryan Terrence Ryan Thomas Ryan Kris Samaddar Robin Samaddar Steve Sauer Josh Saylor Tom Schatz Michael Scheid Nicholas Schiralli Bill Schmitz Patrick Schneider Kevin Schoenberger Ryan Schroeder Henry Schulte Joseph Scott Kevin Scott William Scott James Scott-Browne Rob Seery Gary Severyn Jim Severyn Alan Shaw F. Paul Sheehan Michael Shephardson John Sherk Marshall Sherman Mitchell Sherman James Shippee Peter Shirk Steve Shomberger Brian Short Eric Shultz Chris Siegler T. Skiba Tyson Skilliings Brian Skorney Chuck Smith James Smithwick Vincent Spohn Keith Stark Mark Staublin Daniel Stauder Ray Stefani

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Hometown Crown Point, Ind. Tenafly, N.J. Hannover, Germany Munster, Ind. Alexandria, Va. Louisville, Ky. Fort Wayne, Ind. Naperville, Ill. Johnstown, Pa. Overland Park, Kan. Columbus, Ohio Harvey, Ill. Chagrin Falls, Ohio East Orange, N.J. Columbus, Ohio Plano, Texas Plymouth, Mich. Memphis, Tenn. St. Charles, Ill. San Carlos, Calif. Rochester Hills, Mich. Elmhurst, Ill. Summit, N.J. New Orleans, La. Bedford, Ind. Bedford, Ind. Greenfields, Pa. South Bend, Ind. Omaha, Neb. Louisville, Ky. Gary, Ind. Media, Pa. Bettendorf, Iowa New Orleans, La. Encinitas, Calif. Grosse Point, Mich. Indianapolis, Ind. Altamonte Springs, Fla. Indianapolis, Ind. Seattle, Wash. Garden City, N.Y. South Bend, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Palatine, Ill. Indianapolis, Ind. Cooper City, Fla. Dearborn Heights, Mich. Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Lafayette, Ind. Hinsdale, Ill. Spotsylvania, Va. Minneapolis, Minn. Sylvania, Ohio Elmsford, N.Y. Calumet City, Ill. Juneau, Alaska Staten Island, N.Y. Monroeville, Pa. Columbia, S.A. San Francisco, Calif. Birmingham, Mich. Columbus, Ohio Trumbull, Conn. Detroit, Mich.

High School Merrillville -- Humboldtschule Munster Bishop Ireton St. Xavier Bishop Dwenger Waubonise Johnstown Rockhurst Columbus -- Walsh Jesuit -- St. Xavier Plano West -- Christian Brothers St. Charles East Serra Brother Rice Fenwick -- Jesuit North Lawrence North Lawrence -- Adams -- Saint Xavier -- Cardinal O’Hara Assumption -- San Dieguito -- Cathedral Lyman Cathedral Seattle Garden City John Adams John Adams Palatine -- Nova Fordson St. Charles St. Charles Jefferson -- Courtland St. Thomas St. Francis DeSales Archbishop Stepinac -- Juneau Douglas Stuyvesant Gateway -- -- Detroit Columbus North Fairfield --

Monograms 2003-06 1967-68 2006-09 2008-11 1974-76 1962-63 1989, 1991-92 -- 1975 1996-98 1985 -- 1988, 1990-90 -- -- 2013 -- 1994-97 2009-11 1967-69 1995, ’97-98 -- 1963-65 -- 1993-95 1995 -- 1996 1969 -- 1970 1986 -- -- 1994-96 -- -- 1992-95 1975-76 1998-99 2005-07 1980-83 1975-78 1992-95 1967-68 1979-82 1970-73 2009-12 2006-09 -- -- 2003-06 1970-71 -- 1967 -- -- 1998-2001 1990, ’92 -- 1969-70 1966 1984 -- 1960-61

Years 2003-06 1967-68 2005-2009 2007-2011 1974-77 1962-63 1989-92 1997 1975 1996-98 1982, 1984-85 1962-64 1988-91 1960 1986 2012-13 1962 1994-97 2008-11 1967-69 1995-98 1980 1963-65 1980 1993-95 1993-95 1959-60 1994-97 1969 2012-current 1969-70 1986-89 1978-80 1967 1993-96 1965 1977-79 1992-95 1975-78 1998-2000 2005-07 1980-83 1975-78 1992-95 1967-68 1979-82 1970-73 2008-12 2005-09 1978 1966 2003-06 1970-71 1992 1965-67 1972 1994 1998-2001 1989-92 1963 1969-70 1964-66 1982-84 1977 1960-61

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ALL-TIME ROSTER Name John Steffan Zachary Stephens John Stoltz Slade Stolz Edward Strack Richard Strack Michael Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Eric Swenson William Swift Mike Switek Dan Szilier Tim Sznewajs Steve Tann Mike Tartaglione J.R. Teddy Henry Terwedow Dave Thoman Robert Thompson Ray Toomey Bryson Toothaker Eric Tweedell Donald Umhofer Jay Vanden Berg Ken Van Deventer Thomas Van Volkenburg William Vasu Ryan Verlin Brian Vogel David Vreeland William Wall Andrew Wallach Chris Walsh John Ward Robert Wardell Peter Wayne Peter Watson Mason Weber Matt Welsh Tom West Al Weyman Brendan Whalen Jonathan Whitcomb Steele Whowell Tom Whowell Mark Wilcox John Willamowski Scott William Jonathan Williamson Christopher Wills Tim Wilson Ken Wincko Randolph Wise David Witchger Eugene Witchger Dean Wolf Michael Wolz Jeff Wood John Woods Lucas Wymore Chris Zeches Paul Zika Clifford Zmick Scott Zumbach

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Fighting Irish Hometown Memphis, Tenn. Bloomsburg, Pa. West Bend, Wis. New Orleans, La. Washington, D.C. Cucamonga, Calif. Franklin, Mass. Franklin, Mass. Scotch Plains, N.J. Memphis, Tenn. South Orange, N.Y. Norristown, Pa. Phoenix, Ariz. Sandusky, Ohio Cheshire, Conn. Spring, Texas North Bergen, N.Y. Media, Pa. North Olmsted, Ohio Pittsburgh, Pa. South Bend, Ind. South Bend, Ind. Cincinnati, Ohio Holland, Mich. Short Hills, N.J. Erie, Pa. Birmingham, Mich. Rye, N.Y. Clarksville, Tenn. West Palm Beach, Fla. Hamden, Conn. Elmhurst, Ill. Fairfield, Conn. Pittsburgh, Pa. York, Pa. Louisville, Ky. Tonawanda, N.Y. Marshall, Mo. Plano, Texas Shaker Heights, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. Longwood, Fla. Mequon, Wis. Fontana, Wis. Fontana, Wis. Glenview, Ill. Mishawaka, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Bloomington, Ind. Baltimore, Md. Champaign, Ill. Bethel Park, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Indianapolis, Ind. Indianapolis, Ind. Strongsville, Ohio Skokie, Ill. Fairport, N.Y. Cudahy, Wis. Arlington, Texas Tucson, Ariz. Ottumwa, Iowa Chicago, Ill. Katonah, Ky.

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High School Christian Brothers Bloomsburg Area West Bend Jesuit William Mitchell -- Bishop Feehan Bishop Feehan St. Joseph Rolla -- Methacton Brophy Perkings Cheshire Klein -- Cardinal O’Hara St. Edward Baldwin Riley John Adams St. Xavier Southfield Christian Millburn Cathedral -- Brunswick Fr. Ryan Twin Lakes -- Fenwick Fairfield Fox Chapel York Suburban -- Kenmore East Marshall Naperville Central Shaker Heights -- Trinity Homestead Big Foot Big Foot Lane Tech Marian -- University Gilman Champaign Central Bethel Park LaSalle Cathedral Cathedral St. Ignatius Niles North Fairport -- James Martin Salpointe -- -- John Jay Cross River

Monograms -- 2012-13 1964-66 1998 1971-74 1966-67 2008-11 2011-12 2005-08 -- -- 1998-2001 1993-96 -- -- 2001-04 -- 1987-88, ’90 1974-75 -- -- -- 1964 2005-07 -- 2008-11 1961-63 1998-2001 1986-88 -- 1967-68 1973-75 1985-87 -- 1975-76 1967-68 -- 2010-13 -- 1963-64 -- -- 2009-12 1996-99 1990-93 1971, ’73 1979-82 -- 2012-13 2008-11 1973-74 -- 1962-63 1960-62 1959-61 2002 1973-74 2007-09 1964-65 2001-03 2004-07 -- 1970 1996, ’98-99

Years 1997-99 2011-current 1964-66 1996-98 1971-74 1965-67 2007-2011 2010-13 2004-08 1977-80 1962 1998-2001 1993-96 1990-92 1990-91 2001-04 1966-67 1987-90 1972, 1974-75 2007 1997 1976 1964 2005-07 1974-75 2007-2011 1961-63 1998-2001 1986-89 1986-87 1967-68 1973-75 1985-87 1984, 1986-87 1975-77 1967-68 1974-75 2009-13 1992 1963-64 1961-63 2004-05 2008-12 1996-99 1990-93 1970-73 1979-82 -2011-current 2007-2011 1973-74 1990-91 1962-63 1960-62 1959-61 2002 1972-75 2006-2009 1963-65 2001-03 2004-07 1959-60 1970 1996-99


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Fighting Irish Name John Andrade Michael Bulfin Sky Brown Jose Carrion James Carroll Joseph Caverly Paul Chestnut John Cox Scott Coyle Steven Crowe Ryan Dailey Wallace Daniels Terry Dempsey Anthony Devine Paul Devlin Stephen Dixon Pat Dugan Caleb Dunnichay Robert Ebel Thomas Farley Nick Farmer Mark Foster Nathan Geary Jim Hering Clyde Hightower Adam Hirschfeld John Hirschfield Bill Hopkins Herb Huesman Sean Hyer Chris Kane Brennan Kelley Mike Kennedy Paul Kennedy Thomas Kennett Dennis Killeen Michael King Ryan Koter Michael Kreft Larry LaFratta Rob Lambert William Leicht Erix Lex John Lichtenfels Christopher Leonard Tyler Maertz Andy Maggio Mike Maggio Daniel Makielski Todd Maus Joseph McBride Paul McGowan James McInerney John McTernan Gerry Mergardt Joe Miller Chuck Mosca Nick Nemetz Zane Parker Christopher Payne Sean Rademaker Alex Remington Michael Schuck Betsy Shadley Frederick Shadley Sam Stoner Lawrence Temple Randy Torres Thomas Vasatka Ed Veome Ted Wagner Charles Walczak Thomas Weber Vincent White Wesley Villaflor Tong Xie Richard Yohon Richard Zell

Hometown Avon, Conn. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Atlanta, Ga. San Juan, Puerto Rico Miami Beach, Fla. Southfield, Mich. Chicago Heights, Ill. Pittsburgh, Pa. Indianapolis, Ind. Brockport, N.Y. Peoria, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. Oak Park, Ill. San Carlos, Ga. New York, N.Y. Muncie, Ind. Pittsburgh, Pa. Elwood, Ind. Sunset Hills, Mo. Flushing, N.Y. Fort Myers, Fla. Wilton, Conn. Lancaster, N.Y. Poway, Calif. New Orleans, La. Champaign, Ill. Champaign, Ill. Logansport, Ind. Cincinnati, Ohio Manhasset, N.Y. San Antonio, Texas Dublin, Ohio Satellite Beach, Fla. New City, N.Y. Grand Blanc, Mich. Shaker Heights, Ohio Atlanta, Ga. Delmont, Pa. Solon, Ohio Richmond, Va. Valley Forge, Pa. Fairport, N.Y. Columbus, Ohio South Bend, Ind. Springfield, Va. Laguna Hills, Calif. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Rochester, N.Y. Rochester, Minn. Norristown, Pa. Dix Hills, N.Y. Bethesda, Md. Cincinnati, Ohio Brewster, N.Y. Granger, Ind. Baltimore, Md. Ann Arbor, Mich. Muncie, Ind. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Medford, N.J. Sudbury, Mass. Birmingham, Mich. Cincinnati, Ohio Cincinnati, Ohio Valparaiso, Ind. Golf, Ind. Farmingdale, N.Y. St. Paul, Minn. LaGrange, Ill. Naperville, Ill. Newburgh, N.Y. Waukesha, Wis. Denver, Colo. Golf, Ill. Granger, Ind. Rochester, N.Y. Chappaqua, N.Y.

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High School Avon St. Thomas Aquinas -- -- -- Brother Rice Fenwick Stamford Hamilton Southeastern Brockport Dunlap Community Rockhurst St. Ignatius -- -- -- Upper St. Clair Elwood Affton -- Cypress Lake H.H. Dow Lancaster Poway -- Chaminade Chaminade Logansport Oak Hills St. Mary’s Ronald Reagan Columbus -- Clarkstown North -- -- Central Franklin Regional Solon -- Malvern Fairport Upper Arlington -- Bishop Ireton Laguna Hills St. Xavier St. Xavier Greece Athena Rochester-Mayo Bishop Kendrick Half Hollow Hills Landon -- -- St. Joseph’s Dundalk Pioneer Muncie Central West Detroit St. Jospeh’s Lincoln-Sudbury Heights -- St. Xavier St. Xavier Valparaiso -- Farmingdale South St. Paul St. Joseph’s Neuqua Valley Newburgh Free -- Mullen Glenbrook South John Adams Irondequoit Horace Greeley

Monograms 2012-13 2006-09 1967-68 -- 1959-60 1975, ’77-78 1959-60 1969-70 2004-07 2005-07 1994, ’96 1979 1986 1962 1965 1968 1989, ’91 2009-10 1974-77 -- 1988 1973-74, ’76 2008-11 -- -- 1988 -- -- 1997-98, 2000-01 1991-94 2005-07 -- -- -- 1963-65 -- 1966-67 2010-13 2012-13 1972 1994-97 -- 2008-11 1969 -- 1997 2000-03 2005 1973 1986 -- 1980-83 -- -- -- 2001-03 -- 2012-13 2013 1973 2009-2012 -- 1964 1978-81 1975-78 2005-08 1961-63 -- -- 1987, ’90 2012-13 1992 -- -- 2008-11 2000-03 1983-85 1987-88

Years 2011-13 2005-09 1967-67 1967 1959-60 1975, ’77-78 1959-60 1969-70 2004-07 2005-07 1994, ’96 1979 1985-87 1962 1963, ’65 1966-68 1989-91 2008-10 1974-77 1963 1987-88 1973-76 2007-2011 1986-87 1959 1988-89 1982 1972-74 1997-2001 1991-94 2005-07 2002 1984-85 1981 1963-65 1962 1965-67 2009-13 2011-current 1972 1994-97 1977 2007-2011 1969 1978-81 1997-98 2000-03 2005-06 1972-75 1986 1986 1980-83 1997 1962 1960 2000-03 1970, 1972-73 2011-current 2012-13 1972-75 2008-12 1995 1964-66 1978-81 1975-78 2005-08 1961-63 1995 1983 1987-90 2011-current 1992-93 1960, ’62 1981 2007-2011 2000-03 1982-85 1987-88, 1990

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 12.6 12.13 1.10 2.7 2.11 2.14 2.19 2.21 2.25 2.27 3.7

12.5 12.12 1.13 1.16 2.6 2.13 2.19 2.20 2.24 2.27 3.4

1958-1959 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 5-5-1 at Chicago Detroit Tech North Central College Ohio Bowling Green Western Michigan at Riviera Club of Indianapolis at Saint Louis at Loyola-Chicago Central Michigan at North Central College

T, 43-43 L, 31-55 L, 32-54 L, 38-48 L, 32-54 W, 48-38 W, 60-25 W, 66-19 W, 55-31 W, 59-27 L, 31-55

1959-1960 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-3 at Loyola-Chicago Saint Louis at Central Michigan Northwestern at Ohio at Western Michigan at Bowling Green at Detroit Tech Loyola-Chicago Pittsburgh at North Central College

NTS W, 69-25 W, 60-34 W, 50-44 L, 45-50 W, 51-44 L, 35-60 W, 54-41 W, 55-40 W, 66-29 L, 37-58

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12.2 12.17 1.14 1.28 2.4 2.8 2.11 2.13 2.17 2.25 3.3 3.4

12.15 12.16 1.12 1.27 2.3 2.6 2.10 2.19 2.23 2.24 3.3 3.10

12.7 12.15 1.11 2.2 2.8 2.9 2.12 2.16 2.22 2.23 3.1 3.2

1960-1961 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-5 Miami (Ohio) Central Michigan at Northwestern Cincinnati Ohio at Kent State Western Michigan at Wisconsin at Washington (St. Louis) North Central College at Bowling Green at Pittsburgh

W, 51-44 W, 63-32 W, 53-42 W, 50-45 L, 34-61 L, 46-49 W, 60-34 L, 32-73 W, 60-35 W, 51-44 L, 46-49 L, 41-54

1961-1962 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 6-6 at Western Ontario at Wayne State Ohio Wisconsin Northwestern Bowling Green at Western Michigan at Purdue at Miami (Ohio) at Cincinnati Pittsburgh Washington (St. Louis)

W, 62-33 W, 56-39 W, 66-29 L, 36-52 W, 56-39 L, 44-51 L, 46-49 L, 39-66 W, 56-39 L, 39-53 L, 46-49 W, 57-38

1962-1963 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 6-6 Wayne State at Wisconsin at Ohio at Northwestern Western Ontario Western Michigan at Bowling Green Purdue Miami (Ohio) Kent State at West Virginia at Pittsburgh

W, 71-24 L, 38-57 W, 63-32 L, 38-57 W, 66-29 L, 38-57 W, 53-42 L, 45-60 L, 41-54 W, 58-36 W, 64-31 L, 27-68

1963-1964 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 6-4

1.10 Ohio 1.17 Northwestern 2.1 at Western Ontario 2.3 at Wayne State 2.8 at Western Michigan 2.11 Bowling Green 2.20 at Ball State 2.21 at Miami (Ohio) 2.25 at Purdue 3.5 at Kent State Dennis Stark founded the men’s swimming and diving program in 1958 and served as head coach until 1985.

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W L, 38-57 W, 51-44 W, 76-18 L, 37-58 W, 53-42 W, 62-32 L, 38-57 L, 41-60 W, 52-43

12.12 1.16 1.23 2.5 2.6 2.13 2.16 2.20 2.27 3.5 3.6

12.3 1.14 1.15 1.21 1.28 1.29 1.29 2.3 2.5 2.12 2.19 2.25 3.4

12.2 12.9 12.10 1.14 2.4 2.10 2.10 2.11 2.17 2.18 2.28

12.1 12.8 12.8 1.13 1.13 1.27 1.29 2.3 2.9 2.17 2.23 2.27 3.2 3.9

1964-1965 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 5-6 at Wisconsin at Northwestern Western Ontario Kent State Western Michigan at Ohio at Bowling Green Purdue Wayne State at Washington (St. Louis) at Loyola-Chicago

L, 29-76 L, 39-56 W, 80-14 W, 54-41 L, 30-65 L, 40-55 L, 39.5-59.5 W, 56-48 W, 70-23 W, 55-39 L, 36-59

1965-1966 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 6-6 Notre Dame Invitational Relays at Kent State at Bowling Green Miami (Ohio) at Western Ontario vs. Illinois vs. Wayne State New Mexico at Western Michigan Ball State at Purdue Northwestern Ohio

2nd (64) W, 59-35 L, 33-62 W, 53-42 W, 56-39 L, 39-56 W, 82-13 L, 33-62 L, 24-71 W, 52-43 W, 58-47 L, 31-64 L, 37-58

1966-1967 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-3 Notre Dame Invitational Relays at Buffalo at St. Bonaventure at Ball State Missouri Wayne State Bowling Green Western Ontario Kent State Purdue at Central Michigan

1st (70) W, 74-21 W, 67-28 W, 51-44 W, 62-42 W, 83-21 L, 43.5-60.5 W, 70-34 L, 36-68 L, 46-68 W, 74-28

1967-1968 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 5-6 Notre Dame Invitational Relays Kent State Bowling Green Ball State Ohio Western Ontario Wayne State St. Bonaventure Northwestern Purdue Western Michigan Central Michigan at Northern Illinois Invitational Motor City Invitational

2nd (78) L, 36-68 L, 33-74 W, 74-39 L, 50-63 W, 73-30 W, 63-50 W, 71-42 L, 50-63 L, 48-74 L, 50-63 W, 62-40 1st (90) 2nd (145.5)


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Fighting Irish

12.6 1.17 1.17 1.31 2.1 2.3 2.7 2.14 2.18 2.22 2.24 2.28 3.1 3.7-8

12.5 12.13 1.16 1.30 1.31 2.2 2.2 2.6 2.6 2.12 2.14 2.17 2.21 2.24 2.28 3.6-7

12.4 1.14 1.16 1.22 1.22 1.23 1.30 1.30 2.4 2.13 2.20 2.26 3.5-6

12.3 12.11 1.14 1.15 1.22 1.28

1968-1969 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 6-6 Notre Dame Invitational Relays Wayne State Cleveland State at Western Ontario at St. Bonaventure at Buffalo Kent State Western Michigan at Central Michigan Northwestern Purdue at Cincinnati at Ohio Motor City Invitational

2nd (82) W, 70-43 W, 72-31 W, 70-34 W, 65-47 W, 77-28 L, 48-65 L, 46-67 L, 45-68 W, 66-46 L, 52-71 L, 44-69 L, 43-70 1st (163)

1969-1970 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-7 Notre Dame Invitational Relays Western Ontario Bradley at Ball State at Illinois State at Cleveland State at Wayne State at Marshall at Kent State at Northwestern St. Bonaventure at Western Michigan at Purdue Central Michigan Cincinnati Motor City Invitational

3rd (74) W, 82-30 W, 63-41 L, 43-70 W, 59-54 W, 73-30 W, 65-48 W, 64-35 L, 34-39 L, 44-67 W, 60-53 L, 46-67 L, 47-76 L, 39-74 L, 35-78 2nd (177)

1970-1971 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 5-7 Notre Dame Invitational Relays at Western Ontario at Bradley Northwestern King’s College Wayne State Ball State Illinois State Michigan at St. Bonaventure vs. Niagara Purdue at Northern Illinois Motor City Invitational

3rd (61) W, 59-54 W, 62-51 L, 55-58 W, 89-24 W, 61-52 L, 30-83 L, 22-91 L, 40-73 L, 54-59 W, 85-19 L, 39-84 L, 55-58 5th (54)

1.29 2.4 2.5 2.12 2.19 2.25 2.26 3.3-4

12.1 12.8 12.9 1.16 1.19 1.23 1.27 2.2 2.3 2.10 2.17 2.23 2.24 3.2-3

at Illinois State at Oakland at Wayne State St. Bonaventure at Purdue Northern Illinois Marshall Motor City Invitational

L, 47-66 W, 60-53 W, 67-46 W, 61-52 L, 39-84 L, 49-64 L, 56-57 4th

1972-1973 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-5 Notre Dame Invitational at Waterloo at Western Ontario Western Michigan at Bowling Green Oakland Marshall at Northern Illinois at Bradley at St. Bonaventure Purdue Illinois State Wayne State Motor City Invitational

1st (95) W, 71-42 W, 59-54 L, 49-64 L, 49-64 W, 74-39 W, 73-40 L, 50-63 W, 75-38 W, 71-42 L, 58-65 L, 56-57 W, 71-42 1st

1973-1974 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 8-4

11.30 12.1 12.7 12.8 1.18 1.25 1.26 2.2 2.9 2.12 2.16 2.19 2.23 2.28-3.2

Notre Dame Invitational Waterloo Northern Illinois Western Ontario Bowling Green at Oakland at Wayne State at Marshall St. Bonaventure Bradley at Purdue at Western Michigan at Illinois State Motor City Invitational

2nd (80) W, 63.5-49.5 W, 62-51 W, 69-44 W, 62-51 L, 55-58 W, 63-50 L, 52-61 W, 76-37 W, 74-39 L, 37-86 L, 53-60 W, 57-56 2nd

1974-1975 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 11-1

12.6 12.10 1.17 1.18 1.22 1.25 1.31 2.1 2.6 2.8 2.12 2.15 2.22 2.27-3.1 3.27-28

12.5 12.6 12.9 12.13 1.23 1.30 1.31 2.4 2.9 2.14 2.20 2.21 2.27 3.4-6

Notre Dame Invitational at Northern Illinois at Western Ontario at Waterloo Oakland at Bradley Wayne State Marshall at Bowling Green at St. Bonaventure Western Michigan Purdue Illinois State Motor City Invitational NCAA Championships (Cleveland, Ohio)

2nd (91) W, 84-54 W, 63-50 W, 68-45 W, 63-50 W, 68-45 W, 64-46 W, 68-45 W, 59-54 W, 76-37 W, 64-49 L, 43-80 W, 63-50 ---

1975-1976 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 2-9 Notre Dame Invitational Waterloo Northern Illinois Western Ontario Bowling Green at Oakland at Wayne State at Western Michigan St. Bonaventure at Marshall at Illinois State at Purdue Bradley Motor City Invitational

5th (45) W, 71-42 L, 53-60 L, 46.5-66.5 L, 47-66 L, 35-78 L, 45-68 L, 53-60 W, 65-48 L, 50-63 L, 43-70 L, 51-72 L, 51-62 2nd

1971-1972 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-5 Notre Dame Invitational Relays Western Ontario at Western Michigan at Northwestern at King’s College Bradley

1st W, 58-55 W, 57-56 L, 35-78 W, 77-36 W, 59-46

The men’s swimming and diving team remains heavily involved in supporting fellow student-athletes, as evident by their enthusiasm at a 2009 volleyball match when Notre Dame knocked off No. 5 Stanford.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 12.3 12.6 12.10 1.21 2.3 2.5 2.11 2.15 2.18 2.19 2.25 3.3-5

12.2 12.3 12.6 2.3 2.4 2.9 2.11 2.14 2.18 2.21 2.24 3.2-4

12.1 12.8 12.12 1.19 1.26 1.27 2.1 2.3 2.10 2.20 2.24 3.2-4

1976-1977 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 3-7 Notre Dame Invitational at Cleveland State Western Michigan Oakland at Western Ontario at St. Bonaventure Wayne State at Bowling Green Northern Illinois Purdue Illinois State Motor City Invitational

3rd (69) L, 42-71 L, 52-61 L, 44-69 W, 59-54 W, 67-46 W, 64-49 L, 43-70 L, 51-62 L, 46-77 L, 55-58 3rd (544)

1977-1978 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 5-5 Notre Dame Invitational Western Ontario at Western Michigan Butler St. Bonaventure at Wayne State at Marshall Bowling Green Monmouth Cleveland State at Illinois State Motor City Invitational

1st (97) W, 63-50 L, 45-68 W 66-38 W, 68-44 W, 57-56 L, 44.5-66.5 W, 59-54 L, 44-69 L, 54-59 L, 44-62 2nd (507)

1978-1979 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 5-6 Notre Dame Invitational Relays Western Michigan at Butler Wayne State at Northern Illinois at Bradley at Western Ontario at St. Bonaventure Marshall at Bowling Green vs. Cleveland State Illinois State at Illinois State Invitational

t-1st (87) L, 48-65 W, 72-30 L, 51-62 W, 61-29 L, 35-78 W, 67-46 W, 65-47 L, 39-75 L, 34-79 L, 34-59 W, 57-56 7th

Fighting Irish

11.30 12.1 12.7 12.10 1.19 1.25 1.26 2.2 2.8 2.9 2.14 2.16 2.23 3.6-8

12.5 12.10 1.23 1.24 1.29 1.31 2.6 2.7 2.12 2.13 2.21 2.21 2.28 3.5-7

12.4 12.5 12.8 1.17 1.23 1.29 1.30 2.5 2.6 2.12

1979-1980 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-5 Notre Dame Invitational Relays Western Ontario Bowling Green at Western Michigan Butler Northern Illinois Bradley St. Bonaventure at Wayne State at Toledo at Cleveland State at Marshall at Illinois State Midwest Independent Invitational

1980-1981 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 9-3 Notre Dame Invitational Western Michigan Wayne State Illinois State at Western Ontario at St. Bonaventure Toledo Marshall at Bowling Green at Cleveland State at Northern Illinois at Ferris State at Bradley Midwest Independent Invitational (Terre Haute, Ind.)

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3rd (78) W, 62-51 W, 60-53 W, 62-51 W, 67-44 W, 66-47 W, 66-46 L, 52-61 W, 60-53 L, 47-67 W, 72-41 W 63-48 L, 49-64 3rd (306)

1981-1982 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 9-3 Notre Dame Invitational Ferris State at Western Michigan Cleveland State at Illinois State Western Ontario St. Bonaventure at Wayne State at Toledo at St. John’s

Dennis Stark won 174 dual meets from 1958-1985.

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1st (98) W, 61-52 L, 56-57 L, 55-58 W, 65-42 W, 62-49 L, 44-69 W, 63-48 L, 45-68 W, 63-50 L, 51-62 W, 59-54 W, 61-52 5th (195)

1st (94) W, 61-41 W, 69-43 L, 50-63 L, 43-70 W, 63-51 W, 60-53 W, 58-55 W, 58-55 W, 59-54

2.13 2.19 2.20 3.5-7

12.7 12.11 1.21 1.22 1.27 1.29 2.2 2.5 2.9 2.12 2.18 2.19 3.3-5

at Fordham Northern Illinois Bradley Midwest Independent Invitational (Terre Haute, Ind.)

W, 63-50 W, 66-47 L, 50-63 3rd

1982-1983 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 9-4 Western Michigan at Cleveland State Bowling Green at Ferris State at Western Ontario at St. Bonaventure Albion Toledo Purdue Wayne State at Northern Illinois vs. Illinois–Chicago at Bradley Midwest Independent Invitational (Chicago, Ill.)

W, 69-43 L, 46-67 W, 58-55 L, 53-60 W, 61-52 W, 61-51 W, 65-36 W, 65-48 L, 45-68 W, 66-47 W, 62-51 W, 80-33 L, 49-63 7th

1983-1984 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-4

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 2nd 12.2 Notre Dame Invitational 1st (112) 12.3 Western Ontario W, 64-49 12.9 Northern Illinois W, 59-54 12.10 Cleveland State W, 59-54 1.20 Ferris State W, 58-55 1.27 at Johns Hopkins L, 44-69 1.28 at Georgetown W, 70-35 2.4 at Bowling Green L, 47-66 vs. Kalamazoo W, 79-38 2.9 at Wayne State W, 60-47 2.11 St. Bonaventure L, 46-67 2.16-18 MCC Championships 2nd (411.5) L, 44-69 2.21 Bradley 3.1-3 Midwest Independent Invitational 8th

1984-1985 Head coach: Dennis Stark Record: 7-4

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 2nd 11.30 Notre Dame Relays t-1st 12.1 Western Ontario W, 70-42 12.5 Bowling Green L, 41-71 L, 49-66 12.8 at Cleveland State 1.19 at Ferris State L, 28-65 1.25 at St. Bonaventure L, 31-81 1.27 at Holy Cross W, 65-37 vs. Providence W, 65-42 2.5 Kalamazoo W, 64-49 2.8 vs. Vincennes W, 96-18 vs. St. Louis W, 96-77 vs. Xavier W, 96-11 (Indianapolis, Ind.) 2.14-16 MCC Championships 2nd (St. Louis, Mo.) 3.7-9 Midwest Independent Invitational 8th (Chicago, Ill.)


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Fighting Irish

1985-1986 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 5-5

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 1st 12.6 Notre Dame Relays -12.8 Cleveland State L, 71.5-41.5 12.12 at Bowling Green L, 85-55 1.18 at Western Ontario W, 65-48 1.24 at St. John’s L, 58-55 W, 63-50 1.25 at Fordham W, 66-44 1.31 Oral Roberts St. Bonaventure L, 68-44 2.1 2.6 Bradley L, 59-54 2.7 Illinois-Chicago W, 59.5-53.5 W, 78-6 2.15 Northern Illinois 1st 2.20 MCC Championships 3.6-8 Midwest Independent Invitational 7th (Chicago, Ill.)

11.1 11.7 11.22 12.5 12.6 1.9 1.10 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.18 1.30 1.31 2.6 2.7 2.10 2.14 3.5-7

1986-1987 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 10-5 Denison Notre Dame Relays at Ferris State Mankato State Irish Invitational at La Salle at Villanova Northern Illinois Western Ontario at Northwestern vs. Minnesota at Cleveland State at St. Bonaventure at Bradley Kalamazoo at Illinois-Chicago at Valparaiso Midwest Independent Invitational

L, 98-119 2nd W, 119-90 W, 134-78 1st L, 100-116 L, 86-132 W, 148-100 W, 120-90 W, 57-52 L, 29-84 W, 116-99 L, 95-117 W, 129-88 W, 117-93 W, 116-99 W, 81-21 9th

1987-1988 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-2

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 1st 11.6 Notre Dame Relays 1st (196) 11.13 Alabama L, 92-120 11.20 Ferris State W, 118-92 11.21 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 117-102 12.3-5 National Catholic Championships 2nd (727) W, 119.5-86.5 1.16 Western Ontario 1.23 at Boston College W, 155-115 1.24 at Providence W, 131-80 W, 114-103 1.30 St. Bonaventure 2.5 at Saint Louis W, 98-15 2.6 at Oral Roberts W, 67-44 2.8 at Ball State L, 91-126 2.9 Bradley W, 128-80 2.12 Illinois-Chicago W, 112-87 2.13 Cleveland State W, 121-83 2.18-20 MCC Championships 1st (589) 3.3-5 Midwest Independent Invitational 4th (399)

1988-1989 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 7-4

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 1st 11.3 Texas Christian L, 108-135 11.4 Notre Dame Relays 2nd (162) 11.11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 172-127 11.12 at Ferris State W, 152-88 12.1-3 National Catholics 4th (262) L, 104-139 12.4 at Villanova W, 134-107 12.4 at Fordham W, 65-48 1.14 at Western Ontario 1.18 Northern Illinois W, 179.5-119.5 1.26 at Cleveland State W, 158-85 L, 101-142 1.28 at St. Bonaventure 2.4 Ball State L, 115-128 2.7 at Illinois-Chicago W, 139-96 2.16-18 MCC Championships 1st (569) (St. Louis, Mo.) 3.2-4 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 6th (Cleveland, Ohio)

1989-1990 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-2

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 1st 11.10 at Bowling Green W, 129-93 11.17 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 177-93 11.18 Loyola W, 143-62 12.3 National Catholic Championships 1st 1.12 at Northwestern W, 78-38 vs. Creighton W, 72-41 1.13 at Ball State L, 105-138 1.19 at Northern Illinois W, 151.5-148.5 1.20 Cleveland State W, 143-92 1.24 Illinois-Chicago W, 135-79 1.27 St. Bonaventure W, 140-97 1.28 Western Ontario W, 118-84 at Duke W, 135-106 2.2 2.3 North Carolina State L, 99-136 1st 2.8-10 MCC Championships 3.1-3 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 3rd (Cleveland, Ohio)

1.29 2.2 2.21-23 3.6-9

at Illinois-Chicago W, 150-89 at Northwestern W, 166-128 vs. Illinois W, 136-101 MCC Championships 1st Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2nd (Cleveland, Ohio)

1991-1992 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-8

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 1st 10.18 Arkansas L, 126-115 10.25 Indiana L, 148-91 1st 11.1 MCC Dual Meet Xavier W, 100-59 Butler W, 94-65 Evansville W, 86-75 Loyola W, 92-66 W, 114-91 11.8 Western Ontario 11.16 at Ball State L, 128-115 11.22 vs. Kansas L, 127-40 (Champaign, Ill.) 11.23 at Illinois W, 94-53 L, 94-72 11.23 vs. Southern Illinois (Champaign, Ill.) 11.24 vs. Northwestern L, 81-32 vs. Purdue L, 62-51 (Champaign, Ill.) 1st 12.5-8 National Catholic Championships 12.13 at Bowling Green W, 178-66 L, 151-67 1.10 at Texas A&M 1.17 at Northern Illinois W, 133-99 1.18 Cleveland State W, 139-98 1.25 St. Bonaventure W 1.29 Illinois-Chicago W, 133-108 3rd 2.20-22 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 2.27-29 MCC Championships 1st

1990-1991 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 13-3

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 1st 10.5 Stanford L, 80-117 10.12 North Carolina State L, 103.5-193.5 W, 58-37 10.27 at Western Ontario 11.2 Notre Dame Relays 1st 11.3 MCC Dual Meet 1st vs. Butler W, 152-15 vs. Evansville W, 151-19 vs. Loyola W, 153-12 vs. Saint Louis W, 146-23 vs. Xavier W, 150-17 11.10 Ball State W, 141-94 11.29-31 National Catholic Championships 1st 12.8 Bowling Green W, 139.5-95.5 1.12 at Ohio State L, 80-154 1.18 Northern Illinois W, 152-148 1.25 at Cleveland State W, 133-109

Tim Welsh was named head coach of the Irish in 1985.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1992-1993 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-2

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 2nd 10.30 Notre Dame Relays 1st vs. Butler W, 106-99 vs. Duquesne W, 99-44 vs. Loyola W, 107-52 vs. Xavier W, 80-8 10.31 Western Ontario W, 120-85 11.6 Bowling Green L, 93.5-149.5 11.20 Ball State W, 137-100 12.4-6 National Catholic Championships 1st 1.15 Purdue L, 106.5-124.4 1.16 Northern Illinois W, 140-87 1.29 at Cleveland State W, 114-97 1.30 at St. Bonaventure W, 124-117 2.6 Wisconsin Milwaukee W, 117-102 2.13 at Illinois-Chicago W, 127-100 2.25-27 MCC Championships 2nd (Philadelphia, Pa.) 3.4-6 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 3rd (Cleveland, Ohio)

1993-1994 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 7-9

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 2nd 10.15 at Brigham Young L, 100-199 10.16 at Utah L, 94-149 1st 10.29 MCC Dual Meet vs. Butler W, 134-27 vs. Evansville W, 114-49 vs. Loyola W, 116-43 vs. Xavier W, 134-24 vs. Western Illinois W, 139-102 L, 105-137 11.5 at Bowling Green L, 98.5-132.5 11.12 Florida State 11.19 Ball State L, 106-137 1st 12.2-4 National Catholic Championships 12.4 Northwestern L, 51-91 1.21 Cleveland State W, 134.5-108.5 1.22 at Purdue L, 101-136

Fighting Irish 1.29 St. Bonaventure L, 105-126 2.5 Kansas L, 109.5-167.5 2.12 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 132-111 2.24-26 MCC Championships 2nd 3.3-5 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 7th (Cleveland, Ohio)

1.26 1.27 2.3 2.10 2.22-25

1994-1995 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 6-8

Midwestern Collegiate Conference finish: 3rd 10.14 Brigham Young L, 108-191 11.4 Notre Dame Relays 2nd (158) 11.5 Bowling Green W, 149-93 11.5 Texas Christian L, 84-156 11.12 at Navy W, 129-110 12.1-3 National Catholic Championships 1st (1016) 12.9 Wisconsin- Green Bay W, 133-103 12.10 at Ball State L, 97-146 W, 109-65 1.12 at Western Ontario 1.21 at Southern Illinois L, 95-144 vs. Purdue L, 59.5-117.5 1.28 at St. Bonaventure W, 150-87 2.3 at Illinois-Chicago L, 116-124 at Cleveland State L, 105-138 2.4 vs. Buffalo L, 119-122 2.11 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 135-99 2.23-25 MCC Championships 3rd (506) 3.2-4 Eastern Intercollegiate Championships 8th

1995-1996 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 6-5

BIG EAST Conference finish: 7th 10.20 Western Ontario W, 118-86 10.27 Notre Dame Relays -- 10.28 Boston College W, 234-64 11.3 at Bowling Green W, 127-114 L, 97-138 11.11 at Western Kentucky 11.18 at Villanova L, 102-138 11.30-12.2 Notre Dame Invitational 3rd (512) L, 105-138 12.9 Ball State 1.13 Cleveland State W, 147-96 1.19-20 at IUPUI Invitational 4th (300.5)

Wisconsin-Milwaukee St. Bonaventure at Southern Illinois Connecticut BIG EAST Championships (Pittsburgh, Pa.)

W, 134-107 W, 127-110 L, 127-157.5 L, 109-134 7th (262)

1996-1997 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 7-5

10.11 10.25 11.2 11.8 11.10 11.15 12.5-7 1.17 1.18 1.31 2.1 2.7 2.8 2.19-22 3.1-2

BIG EAST Conference finish: 7th Notre Dame Relays 1st (226) at Western Ontario W, 101-62 at Ball State L, 116-127 at Boston College W, 234-66 at Connecticut L, 130-168 Pittsburgh L, 115-180 Notre Dame Invitational 2nd (921.5) Bowling Green W, 149.5-86.5 at Cleveland State W, 121-120 vs. Niagara W, 146-89 at Buffalo W, 126-115 at St. Bonaventure L, 112.5-118.5 Western Kentucky L, 118-125 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 162-138 BIG EAST Championships 7th (299.5) (Piscataway, N.J.) Shamrock Invitational --

1997-1998 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-1

10.10 10.23 10.31 11.7 11.8 11.21 11.21 12.4-6 1.2-3 1.24 1.30 1.31 2.7 2.14 2.18-21 2.28-3.1

BIG EAST Conference finish: 4th Notre Dame Relays 1st (230) Western Ontario W, 133-63 Ball State W, 144.5-98.5 at Rice W, 124-77 vs. TCU L, 123-139 (Houston, Texas) Air Force W, 131-110 West Virginia W, 151.5-73.5 Notre Dame Invitational 1st (899) at Rainbow Invitational -(Honolulu, Hawaii) at Western Kentucky W, 137-94 at Bowling Green W, 180-61 vs. Buffalo W, 134-97 at Cleveland State W, 143-94 St. Bonaventure W, 167-102 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 131-105 BIG EAST Championships 4th (376) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) Shamrock Invitational --

1998-1999 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 4-4

10.2 10.9 10.23 10.23 Head coach Tim Welsh took an already successful Irish program into the top ranks of the BIG EAST Conference.

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BIG EAST Conference finish: 2nd Stanford L, 102-149 Notre Dame Relays 1st (192) Air Force L, 97.5-139.5 Army W, 136-101


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

Fighting Irish 11.7 11.14 12.3-5 1.15 1.22-23 1.20 1.21 2.13 2.25-27 3.6-7

Iowa State/Purdue/Miami (Ohio) 3rd (291) Cleveland State W, 135.5-96.5 Notre Dame Invitational 1st (1,524) at Michigan State L, 99-138 at Bill Ritter Invitational 1st (1,083) at Buffalo W, 124-99 at St. Bonaventure L, 107-124 at Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 145.5-91.5 BIG EAST Championships 2nd (565) (East Meadow, N.Y.) Shamrock Invitational 1st

1999-2000 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 5-3

BIG EAST Conference finish: 2nd 10.8 Notre Dame Relays 1st (228) 10.21 at Air Force L, 105-138 10.22-23 Colorado State Invitational 2nd (928) 11.6 Texas Christian L, 119-143 11.13 at Pittsburgh L, 99-201 W, 116-76 11.19 Western Ontario 12.2-4 Notre Dame Invitational 1st (1,454) 1.15 at Cleveland State W, 143-89 vs. Niagara W, 138-71 1.21-22 at Bill Ritter Invitational 3rd (23.5) (Milwaukee, Wis.) 1.29 Oakland W, 161-133 2.15 St. Bonaventure W, 135-100 2.17-19 BIG EAST Championships 2nd (501) (East Meadow, N.Y.) 3.6-7 Shamrock Invitational --

2000-2001 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 7-2

BIG EAST Conference finish: 4th 10.9 Notre Dame Relays 1st (220) 10.19 at Virginia Tech L, 114-129 10.20 at West Virginia W, 137-104 10.27 Kalamazoo W, 148-93 11.3 at Oakland L, 106.5-134.5 W, 103-62 11.4 at Western Ontario 11.30-31 Notre Dame Invitational 2nd (1,346) 1.26 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W, 139-92 1.27 at Ball State W, 131.5-111.5 2.2 at Cleveland State W, 136-102 2.3 at St. Bonaventure W, 137.5-100.5 2.15-17 BIG EAST Championships 4th (385.5) (East Meadow, N.Y.) 2.24-25 Shamrock Invitational -3.9-10 NCAA Zone C Diving - (Bloomington, Ind.)

11.10 11.15 11.16 12.6-8 1.11 1.19 1.26 2.2 2.9 2.21-23 3.2-3 3.15-16

Rutgers Western Ontario TCU Notre Dame Invitational vs. Xavier vs. Maine (Plantation, Fla.) Oakland Villanova St. Bonaventure Cleveland State BIG EAST Championships (East Meadow, N.Y.) Shamrock Invitational NCAA Zone C Diving (West Lafayette, Ind.)

L, 139-160 W, 136-64 L, 137-163 1st (2,203) W, 100-78 W, 104-74 W, 162.5-133.5 W, 172-101 W, 148-91 W, 128-106 4th (390) ---

2002-2003 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 6-8

10.4 10.11 10.18 11.8 11.15 11.16 11.22 12.5-7 1.17 1.18 1.25 1.31 2.1 2.8 2.20-22

BIG EAST Conference finish: 4th Notre Dame Relays 1st (220) Kalamazoo W, 139-96 at Air Force L, 120-178 Michigan State W, 140.5-102.5 at TCU L, 105-117 at TCU W, 121.5-102.5 vs. Centenary W, 100-84 Purdue (18) L, 123-175 Notre Dame Invitational 1st (1840.5) at Pennsylvania L, 116-181 at Villanova W, 168-69 vs. Pittsburgh L, 59-183 Northwestern L, 126-172 at Cleveland State W, 156-85 at St. Bonaventure L, 118-125 at Oakland L, 149-151 BIG EAST Championships 4th (462.5) (East Meadow, N.Y.)

2003-04 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 8-7

10.3 10.21 10.23 11.7

BIG EAST Conference finish: 2nd Dennis Stark Relays 1st (200) at North Carolina L, 111.5-181.5 at North Carolina State L, 98-139 at Michigan State L, 125.5-113.5

11.14 12.4-6 1.9 1.16-17 1.24 1.31 2.6 2.7 2.19-21

at BYU (19) vs. Iowa vs. Louisville Notre Dame Invitational at UC Santa Barbara vs. Wyoming at Pittsburgh (17) vs. Maryland vs. Villanova at Northwestern (15) St. Bonaventure Cleveland State Oakland BIG EAST Championships (East Meadow, N.Y.)

L, 116-178 L, 119-174 W, 223-62 1st (2,259.5)
 W, 104-101 W, 133-98 L, 123-228 W, 201-140 W, 282-51 L, 133-155 W, 159-75 W, 145-96 W, 183-103 2nd (584)

2004-05 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 10-2

BIG EAST Conference finish: 1st 10.1 Evansville W, 158-54 1st (220) 10.1 Dennis Stark Relays 10.29 at Utah W, 123-118 10.30 at BYU (22) L, 144-153 11.5 at Iowa W, 176-118 11.12 at Pittsburgh (17) W, 155-145 Michigan State W, 213-87 11.19-20 (21) at Louisville W, 242-117 1st (2,709.5) 12.2-4 (21) Notre Dame Invitational 1.22 (21) Northwestern (14) L, 134.5-163.5 1.28 (21) at Cleveland State W, 137-101 (21) vs. Canisius W, 172-53 1.29 (21) at St. Bonaventure W, 150-87 2.5 (21) at Oakland W, 177-107 2.16-19 (21) BIG EAST Championships 1st (902.5) (East Meadow, N.Y.) -3.11-12 NCAA Zone C Diving (West Lafayette, Ind.) -3.24-26 (21) NCAA Championships (Minneapolis, Minn.)

2005-06 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 10-2

10.7 10.21 10.29 11.4

BIG EAST Conference finish: 1st Dennis Stark Relays 1st (254) (19) Texas A&M W, 132-111 (19) at Purdue (15) L, 118-182 (18) at Pittsburgh W, 122-121

2001-2002 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-3

10.5 10.12 10.26 10.27 11.2 11.10

BIG EAST Conference finish: 4th Notre Dame Relays 2nd Kalamazoo W, 137-104 at George Washington W, 150-85 at American W, 174-142 Tennessee L, 81.5-134.5 at Connecticut W, 184-115

The 2008-09 campaign ended with one of the most dramatic races in Irish history, as Notre Dame’s 400 Free Relay team upset top-ranked Louisville to secure the BIG EAST Championship trophy.

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 11.11 11.19 12.1-3 1.13 1.13-14 1.20 1.21 1.27-28 2.15-18 3.10-12 3.23-25

(18) at Michigan State W, 122.5-120.5 (19) St. Bonaventure W, 203-92 (19) Notre Dame Invitational 1st (2,813) (19) at Evansville W, 163-73 (19) at Dallas Morning News Classic 5th (19) at Northwestern (17) L, 128-172 (19) Cleveland State W, 142-96 Shamrock Invitational (19) Penn State W, 197-173 (19) Missouri W, 226-144 (19) Oakland W, 261-106 (19) Louisville W, 277-91 (19) BIG EAST Championships 1st (809) (East Meadow, N.Y.) (19) NCAA Zone C Diving -(Columbus, Ohio) (19) NCAA Championships -- (Atlanta, Ga.)

2006-07 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 11-3

10.6 10.28 11.3 11.10 11.11 12.1-3 1.12 1.13 1.20 1.26-27 2.3 2.14-17 3.2-3

BIG EAST Conference finish: 2nd Dennis Stark Relays 1st (264) (17) at Texas A&M W, 169-129 (17) Purdue (18) W, 156-144 (17) Michigan State W, 165-75 (17) Pittsburgh W, 172-126 (16) Ohio State Invitational 3rd (601) (16) at Oakland W, 181-119 (16) at Cleveland State W, 152-91 (16) vs. Duquesne W, 156-41 (16) vs. Xavier W, 168-29 (16) Northwestern (8) L, 167-131 Shamrock Invitational (17) Connecticut W, 284-86 (17) Oakland W, 230-139 (17) Penn State L, 147.5-221.5 (17) West Virginia (19) L, 142-228 (17) at Louisville W, 147-94 (19) BIG EAST Championships 2nd (761) (East Meadow, N.Y.) (19) NCAA Zone C Diving -(Ann Arbor, Mich.)

2007-08 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 4-6

BIG EAST Conference finish: 1st 10.5 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (242) 10.19 (22) USC (15) L, 104-158 11.2 (17) at Purdue (14) L, 81-219 11.2 (17) vs. Texas A&M (22) L, 127-171 (West Lafayette, Ind.) 11.9 (17) at Pittsburgh W, 169-131 11.16 vs. Cleveland State W, 171-124 11.30-12.1 Ohio State Invitational 4th (401) 1.1 vs. LSU L, 95-167 (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.) 1.12 Oakland W, 174-126 1.18 Louisville L, 131-169 1.19 at Northwestern L, 111-189 1.26 Shamrock Invitational (22) West Virginia W, 219-150

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BIG EAST Championships (East Meadow, N.Y.) NCAA Zone C Diving (Columbus, Ohio) NCAA Championships (Federal Way, Wash.)

1st (820) -41st (2)

2008-09 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 7-6

10.3 10.25 10.31 11.8 11.15 11.21 12.5-7 1.10 1.16 1.17 1.23-24 2.7 2.18-21 3.13-14

BIG EAST Conference finish: 1st Dennis Stark Relays 1st (255) at USC L, 126.5-159.5 Pittsburgh W, 152-148 Purdue (16) L, 108-187 at Cleveland State W, 132-109 vs. Miami (Ohio) W, 143-100 Ohio State (11) L, 86.5-172.5 Ohio State Invitational 4th (398) at Louisville (16) L, 117-178 Northwestern L, 125-175 at Oakland L, 137.5-161.5 Shamrock Invitational Denver W, 190-180 Michigan State W, 232-138 West Virginia W, 243-127 Olivet W, 173-102 BIG EAST Championships 1st (782.5) (Indianapolis, Ind.) NCAA Zone C Diving -(College Station, Texas)

2009-10 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 5-6

10.9 10.23 10.31 11.6 11.13 12.4-6 1.9 1.15 1.16 1.29-30 2.17-20 3.12-13

BIG EAST Conference finish: 2nd Dennis Stark Relays 2nd (162) Oakland W, 179-119 Cleveland State W, 178-122 Miami (Ohio) W, 232.5-67.5 at Purdue (16) L, 105-195 at Pittsburgh W, 179-121 Ohio State Invitaitonal 4th (422) Northwestern L, 139.5-158.5 Michigan State L, 121-179 Louisville (16) L, 134-166 Shamrock Invitational Denver W, 254-124 Iowa L, 171-197 Missouri L, 173-197 BIG EAST Championships 2nd (758) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) NCAA Zone C Diving -(West Lafayette, Ind.)

2010-11 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 6-4

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BIG EAST Conference finish: 2nd Dennis Stark Relays 1st (256) Pittsburgh W, 184-116 at Oakland W, 166-132 vs. Michigan (6) L, 120-172 Purdue (21) L, 127-173 Utah W, 184-116

12.3-5 1.12 1.14 1.21 1.28-29 2.16-19 3.10-11 3.24-26

Hawkeye Invitational 2nd (822) at Northwestern W, 160-140 at Cleveland State W, 162-81 at Michigan State L, 144.5-155.5 Shamrock Invitational Denver W, 250-118 Iowa (24) L, 174-194 BIG EAST Championships 2nd (713.5) (Louisville, Ky.) NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Columbus, Ohio) NCAA Championships -(Minneapolis, Minn.)

2011-12 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 6-4

10.14 10.15 10.28 11.4 11.5 11.12 12.2-4 1.5 1.14 1.21 1.27-28 2.15-18 3.8-9 3.22-24

BIG EAST Conference finish: 1st Dennis Stark Relays 2nd (156) Michigan L, 119-174 Oakland W, 194-100 TCU W, 176-124 at Pittsburgh W, 193-107 vs. Purdue L, 113-184 at Valparaiso W, 130-70 at Louisville L, 109-191 Iowa Invitational 3rd (511) at Copa Coqui 1st (78) Northwestern W, 157-143 Michigan State W, 174-121 Shamrock Invitational (Iowa) L, 154-216 BIG EAST Championships 1st (853) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) NCAA Zone Diving Championships -(Bloomington, Ind.) NCAA Championships 28th (15) (Federal Way, Wash.)

2012-13 Head coach: Tim Welsh Record: 9-2

BIG EAST Conference finish: 1st 10.12 Dennis Stark Relays 1st (210) W, 191-107 10.26 at Oakland 10.27 at Michigan State W, 178-120 11.2 Purdue W, 156-144 11.9 Pittsburgh W, 176-124 11.10 Louisville W, 155.5-145.5 11.30-12.2 Hawkeye Invitational 2nd (794) 1.5 at Copa Coqui 1st (64) 1.18 at Cleveland State W, 131-112 1.26-27 Shamrock Invitational Towson W, 279-69 Harvard L, 100-264 2.1-2.2 at Northwestern Invitiational Iowa L, 155.50-212.50 Missouri State W, 210-160 at Northwestern W, 191-177 2.27-3.2 BIG EAST Championships 1st (991) (Indianapolis, Ind.) 3.14-15 NCAA Zone Diving Championships - (West Lafayette, Ind.) 3.28-30 NCAA Championships T-36th (7) (Indianapolis, Ind.)


ROLFS AQUATIC CENTER

Fighting Irish

The Irish swimming and diving teams compete in the state-of-the-art Rolfs Aquatic Center. After 27 years of intercollegiate swimming competition in the Rockne Memorial Pool, the Notre Dame swimming and diving programs entered a new era in 1985, as they moved to the $4.5-million natatorium located in the Joyce Center. Donated by brothers Thomas and Robert Rolf of West Bend, Wis., the Rolfs Aquatic Center provides Notre Dame with a modern, innovative facility on par with any other in the country. Ellerbe Architects and Engineers of Bloomington, Minn., the architects used in the planning of the Joyce Center, also were commissioned to design the 45,000-square-foot facility which houses a 50-meter Olympic pool (25 yards in width), spectator seating for 400 and support facilities. The facility features a cutting edge video and replay board, two movable bulkheads to allow sections of the pool to be blocked off allowing swimming competition and warm-up swimming to occur simultaneously. The design also allows recreational swimming, water polo, instructional swimming and other aquatic activities. Diving is accommodated with two one-meter boards and two threemeter boards.

Support functions housed in the center of the facility just below the spectator seating include men’s and women’s locker rooms, men’s and women’s varsity locker rooms, and men’s and women’s staff locker rooms. Offices for the Notre Dame swimming staff, aquatics directors, and lifeguards are deckside and glass-fronted with a view of the pool. Several deckside instructional areas are located around the pool and feature infrared heat lamps, designed to keep wet swimmers warm between events. The pool features a stainless steel racing gutter which is designed to absorb the bow waves of a swimmer, allowing faster swimming times. Another instructional feature is the two underwater windows which allow critiquing of a diver’s or swimmer’s underwater technique. The unique structural system consists of three trusses which span 120 feet, with the roof suspended below the trusses. In addition, the white exterior trusses provide an interesting and athletic character to the building. The lighting system is designed to be adjusted from maximum brightness for television to nearly dark for dramatic synchronized swimming presentations. The center was officially dedicated on November 13, 1985.

Equipment necessary for the latest training techniques, including a trampoline and underwater viewing decks, are located in the Rolfs Aquatic Center.

Rolfs Aquatic Center is home to Notre Dame’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. The pool has two moveable bulkheads that allow the Irish the opportunity to train on either a long or short course.

Irish in the Rolfs Aquatic Center Year 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Total

W L Pct. 3 3 .500 4 1 .800 7 2 .777 2 2 .500 7 1 .875 10 2 .833 8 2 .800 8 2 .800 6 5 .545 3 4 .429 5 2 .714 2 2 .500 6 0 1.000 2 2 .500 3 1 .750 2 0 1.000 6 2 .750 2 2 .500 4 2 .667 3 1 .750 6 0 1.000 5 3 .625 3 2 .600 5 3 .625 4 5 .444 3 2 .600 4 2 .667 4 1 .800 127 56 .694

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2013-14 Notre Dame Men's Swimming & Diving Media Guide  

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