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Why Bucknell? 3,500 undergraduate students and 150 graduate students Students from 46 states, 63 countries About three hours from New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.

Academics

- All classes are taught by faculty - More than 50 majors and 65 minors - Pre-professional advising in law and health professions - 10-to-1 student-faculty ratio (undergraduates) - 87 percent graduate within four years - among the highest in the U.S. - Nearly 97 percent of regular faculty hold Ph.D. or equivalent degree - 94 percent of first-year students return as sophomores - 27 percent of engineering students are women

Student Life

- More than 150 student organizations, 12 fraternities and eight sororities - 85 percent of seniors participate in community service or volunteer work - Student-run radio station, newspaper and literary publications

The Campus

- 450-acre campus - More than 100 facilities, including performing arts center, art gallery and state-of-the-art fitness center - 89 percent of undergraduate students live on campus - All student housing connected to high-speed internet - Digital television in residence halls

Financial

- Bucknell’s average financial aid award is $27,000 - About 62 percent of students in each class receive some form of financial aid - For 2011-12, Bucknell budgeted more than $44 million toward undergraduate scholarship aid

Alumni

- Within nine months after graduation, 97 percent of the Class of 2011 was employed or in graduate school - Nearly 50,000 alumni live, work and contribute actively in every state in the United States and nearly 100 countries - The highly accomplished alumni community includes a 1998 Pulitzer Prize recipient, chief executive officer of CBS Corp., founder of LendingTree.com, co-founder of The Home Depot Inc., chief executive officer of Children’s Place and the first chief technology officer for PBS.


What It Means To Be A Bison “...

the pursuit of athletics in college

need not interfere with a fellow’s studies,

Christian Treat 2011 and 2012 Patriot League Men’s Swimming & Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year

and if you give a boy a well developed body his brain will get the benefit of it.”

— Christy Mathewson, in his book Won in the Ninth, written in 1910

The term “student-athlete” signifies something extraordinary on the campus of Bucknell University. Being a Bison means that you have the rare blend of physical skills along with the drive and passion needed to succeed at the highest level of collegiate athletics. Being a Bison also means that you are a scholar first and foremost. You believe that values associated with Division I athletics, such as time management, leadership, teamwork and grace under pressure, are but a part of a well-rounded college experience. At Bucknell, our students, faculty and staff pride themselves as national leaders in upholding the scholar-athlete ideal that balances a challenging academic program with the demands of successful Division I athletics. Being a Bison means that you have pledged to be a student-athlete in the purest sense. In doing so, you will be rewarded for a lifetime.

Elizabeth Porcellio 2012 Academic All-Patriot League Team


2012 BUCKNELL SOCCER

2011-12 Academic All-District 2x PL Outdoor Track MVP ROB ARENT

2011-12 PL All-Academic Team MALLORY SMITH

2011-12 Academic All-American PL Scholar-Athlete of Year Campbell Trophy Semifinalist TIM BOLTE

2011-12 PL All-Academic Team Mid-Major All-American MIKE MUSCALA

2011-12 ECAC Champion U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier MIKE NICHOLSON

2011-12 Academic All-District ANNE ELLENBERGER

2011-12 Academic All-District MIKE HUFFNER

BUCKNELL BISON ATHLETICS SETTING THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE

Bucknell takes great pride in its commitment to excellence on and off the playing fields. From Presidents’ Cups to Academic All-Americans to graduation rates that are ranked annually in the national top-10, Bucknell is clearly at the head of the class when it comes to upholding the scholar-athlete ideal. •

According to federal data released by the NCAA each fall, Bucknell’s student-athlete graduation rate annually ranks in the top 10 among all Division I institutions. Bucknell has led the nation in graduation rates twice, and in the most recent survey in the fall of 2011, Bucknell ranked No. 4 in the nation.

Bucknell has claimed a league-high 127 Patriot League Scholar-Athletes of the Year since the league’s inception as an all-sports conference in 1990-91.

A total of 392 Bison appeared on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll in 2011-12 after recording a GPA of 3.2 or better during their sport’s competition season. Among all BU student-athletes, 266 made the Dean’s List with GPAs of 3.5 or better in the spring 2012 semester.

In addition to the 121 Capital One Academic All-Americans produced since 1970, Bucknell has also claimed 329 Academic All-District honorees over the same span, including 15 in 2011-12.

Bucknell has earned 91 Patriot League championships in 22 years in the league. In addition, Bucknell has had 113 conference players of the year, 99 PL coaches of the year and a whopping 533 individual league champions from sports such as cross country, track & field, swimming & diving, tennis and golf.

2011-12 Academic All-District 2x PL Scholar-Athlete of Year CAROLINE TOLLI

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2011-12 ABCA All-East BOB DONATO

2011-12 Lightweight All-American CAITLIN VOGELSANG

24 of Bucknell’s 27 varsity squads posted team GPAs of 3.0 or better in the spring of 2012.

Bucknell has captured the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup, signifying the league’s all-sports champion, 17 times in the 22-year history of the affiliation, including 13 of the last 15 years.

Bucknell ranks FIFTH in the nation (to Nebraska, Notre Dame, Penn State and Stanford) in total number of Capital One Academic All-America selections with 121.

A major element in ensuring Bucknell’s commitment to athletics excellence is the Kenneth G. Langone Athletics & Recreation Center, which opened fully in 2003. One of the finest collegiate athletics facilities of its kind, the center includes the 4,000-seat Sojka Pavilion, the Olympic class Kinney Natatorium, the Krebs Family Fitness Center and the Berger Family Weight Room. A Hall of Fame area, a display of Bucknell’s Medal of Honor recipients, a new Academic All-America wall, a sports medicine suite, modern offices for coaches and staff, and locker room and classroom space are also included in the facility’s layout.

2011-12 Academic All-District JORDAN DONALDSON

2011-12 Academic All-District TARA CORT

2011-12 ECAC Champion U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier MATTHEW SEGAR

2011-12 PL Scholar-Athlete of Year KATELYN MILLER

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2012 BUCKNELL SOCCER

2011-12 PL All-Academic Team NCAA Qualifier EVAN ZIMMER

2011-12 NCAA Qualifier COREY LEAR

2011-12 Big South All-Academic MINJOO LEE

2011-12 PL Scholar-Athlete of Year CHRISTIAN TREAT

2011-12 Academic All-District JILLIAN O’MARA

2011-12 PL All-Academic Team RACHEL VOSS

2011-12 NCAA Qualifier LEONARD JOSEPH

BUCKNELL BISON ATHLETICS

A NATIONAL MODEL IN PROMOTING THE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE IDEAL Bucknell Athletics is first and foremost a student-centered organization, one that strives to be a national leader when it comes to operating by a true scholar-athlete model. At Bucknell, student-athletes’ academic programs are their first priority, and providing a competitive Division I athletics program only advances the mission, values and residential learning goals of the university. To that end, the Department of Athletics and Recreation proactively seeks ways to assist student-athletes in their daily academic pursuits. Below are just some of the student-athlete support programs currently in place. FACULTY ATHLETICS REPRESENTATIVE: The faculty athletics representative (FAR) is a member of the faculty or administrative staff who is designated to represent Bucknell in its relationships with the NCAA and the Patriot League. Bucknell’s FAR is Mitch Chernin, Professor of Biology. The FAR can enhance the student-athlete experience by promoting a balance between academics, athletics and the social lives of student-athletes, which affords them opportunities to enjoy the full range of collegiate experiences available to students generally. SIDELINE COACH PROGRAM: This program is a truly unique initiative in Division I college athletics, and it involves the invitation of a member of the faculty, administration, staff or community by one of Bucknell’s 27 varsity teams. The participant has the opportunity to discuss the overall program with the respective coaching staff, including practice preparation and strategy for the upcoming contest. The sideline coach attends a practice session and an actual intercollegiate competition, where he/she is introduced to the team and gains rarely seen insight into the relationships that exist between player-coach and player-player. The purpose of the Sideline Coaches Program is to foster a better understanding by the faculty and administration of the roles played by coaches and athletes in the university’s competitive intercollegiate athletic arena. ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER: In the Fall of 2005, the Department of Athletics opened a study/computer lab for student-athletes on the concourse level of Sojka Pavilion. The center is outfitted with computers, a laser printer, four television monitors and a projection unit with computer, VCR and DVD player. Additionally, the study lab can be used as a meeting place for group projects, tutorial area or just a secluded and quiet study space before or after practice. LAPTOP PROGRAM: The Department of Athletics owns a number of laptop computers that may be signed out by student-athletes for use on away trips. STUDENT-ATHLETE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SAAC): Representatives from each varsity team comprise the SAAC, which is designed to enhance the total student-athlete experience by promoting opportunity, protecting student-athlete welfare, and fostering a positive student-athlete image. The Committee is an invaluable resource for promoting communication between athletics administration and student-athletes; promoting communication between athletics and campus-wide administration; providing feedback and insight, as well as soliciting responses into department issues and proposed NCAA legislation; building a sense of community within the athletics program involving all athletics teams; organizing community service projects and efforts; creating a vehicle for student-athlete representation on campus-wide committees; serving as a collective voice of campus student-athletes; and disseminating information to the student-athlete body. BUCKNELL BISON LEADERSHIP ACADEMY: In 2011-12, the Department of Athletics launched the Bucknell Bison Leadership Academy. As part of a Patriot League-wide leadership initiative, this program is designed to help student-athletes learn how to be effective leaders on and off the playing fields. The Leadership Academy features programming and instruction that bridge theory, development and real experiences in an interactive learning environment. Through this endeavor, team leaders can enhance their impact on their teammates’ and their program’s performance immediately and for years to come.

2011-12 PL Scholar-Athlete of Year Academic All-District J.J. SZMADZINSKI

2011-12 PL All-Academic Team MEREDITH DICKSON

www.BucknellBison.com

2011-12 All-American BILLY EISENREICH

2011-12 All-American PL All-Academic Team BRYCE ROBERTSON

2011-12 Academic All-District BRYSON JOHNSON

2011-12 Academic All-District BRENDAN BURGDORF

2011-12 PL All-Academic Team ELIZABETH PORCELLIO

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Rosters/Quick Facts Quick Facts

University Information Location Lewisburg, PA 17837 Founded 1846 as the University at Lewisburg Enrollment 3,500 Nickname Bison Colors Orange and Blue Affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Patriot League (American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy) President John Bravman Director of Athletics John P. Hardt

Individual Leanne Archer Melissa Besman Lisa Bolle Tara Boyle Rachel Brekovsky Jennifer Brennan Lara Curtis Gina Gautieri Anna Griest Emily Gwynn Ashley Henderson Swimming & Diving Information Katie Hetherington Head Coach Dan Schinnerer Stephanie Koziol Alma Mater Yale ’01 Meg Lattimer Experience Seventh Season Emma Levendoski Men’s Record (Bucknell/Career) 34-22/34-22 Lyndsey Marcheskie Women’s Record (Bucknell/Career) 33-23-1/33-23-1 Emma Miller Assistant Coaches Tori Molchany Mike Ginder (Washington & Lee ’07) Alanna Nawrocki Kristine Mann (Wooster ’10) Emily Norton Sandy Elion (Connecticut College) Morgan Oxley Diving Coach Errol Carter (Connecticut ’96) Lauren Perry Men’s Captain Billy Krause, Trevor Reitz, Kelly Pontecorvo Matthew Stevens, Christian Treat Elizabeth Porcellio Women’s Captains Morgan Oxley, Elizabeth Porcellio Kelly Purcell 2011-12 Records (PL Finish) Men 7-2, 5-1 PL (2nd at PL Champ.) Kristen Purdy Women 5-4, 4-2 PL (3rd at PL Champ.) Alyssa Rollando Letterwinners Returning/Lost Sydney Schroeder Men 17/10 Jackie Shroyer Women 23/7 Marisa Taddeo Swimming & Diving Phone 570-577-1530 Kaitlyn Utkewicz E-Mail des036@bucknell.edu Emily Wright Website www.BucknellBison.com Fax Number 570-577-1660 Swimming & Diving Address Bucknell University Davis Gym Individual Lewisburg, PA 17837 Patrick Alvermann George Beatty Athletic Communications Mike Davitt Swimming & Diving Contact Todd Merriett Collin Greene Office Phone 570-577-3488 Cell Phone 570-428-5393 Steve Grune E-Mail tmerriet@bucknell.edu Matt Hadley Erik Heinemann Cameron James Edward Jew Jon Jones Billy Krause Marshall Lambert Wes Marberry JT Nangle Mike Nicholson Chris Ortiz Tim Perley Brian Phillips Will Rappaport Trevor Reitz Ben Seketa Jeff Shanley Matthew Stevens Bryce Suchomel Christian Treat Daniel Wallace Tyler Wenzel Credits: The 2012-13 Bucknell Swimming and Diving Media Guide is a production of the Bucknell Office of Athletic Communications. The book was written and designed and edited by Todd Merriett, Bucknell assistant director of athletic communications. Cover designs by Peter Kallin. Editorial assistance provided by Becky Hart. Photography provided by Marc Hagemeier and Joel Turrell.

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Women’s Swimming & Diving Roster Cl. Fr. Jr. Sr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr.

Events Mid. Free Free/IM/Fly Diving Diving Back/IM Back/IM/Fly Diving Breast Dist. Free/IM Breast Back/IM Diving IM/Free/Fly/Back Breast/IM Back/Sprint Free Sprint Free/Fly Diving Diving Free/Back/IM Breast Breast Sprint Free Distance Free Free/Breast/IM Free/Back/IM Fly/IM Fly/IM/Sprint Free Back Back Free/Back Sprint Free Sprint Free

Hometown/High School Glenville, N.Y./Niskayuna Solon, Ohio/Solon Glenview, Ill./Glenbrook South Winnetka, Ill./New Trier Fairport, N.Y./Fairport Philadelphia, Pa./Nazareth Academy Lewiston, N.Y./Nardin Academy Coral Springs, Fla./Marjory Stoneman Douglas Atlanta, Ga./The Westminster School Canandaigua, N.Y./Canandaigua Academy Chicago, Ill./The Latin School Houston, Texas/Duchesne Acad. of the Sacred Heart Summit, N.J./Oak Knoll Wilton, Conn./Wilton Mandeville, La./Mandeville Pottstown, Pa./The Hill School Palo Alto, Calif./Palo Alto Coplay, Pa./Parkland Lido Beach, N.Y./East Islip Boynton Beach, Fla./Saint Andrew’s School Emmaus, Pa./Emmaus Syracuse, N.Y./Westhill New Providence, N.J./Mount St. Mary Acad. Fairport, N.Y./Penfield Barnesville, Pa./Mahanoy Area Wading River, N.Y./Shoreham Wading River Phoenix, Ariz./Xavier Prep Johns Creek, Ga./Johns Creek Bentleyville, Ohio/Chagrin Falls Bohemia, N.Y./St. Anthony’s Montville, N.J./Montville Wayland, Mass./Wayland

Men’s Swimming & Diving Roster Cl. Events Fr. Diving So. Mid-Distance/Dist. Free Sr. IM/Fly/Free So. Mid-Distance/Dist. Free Fr. Sprint Free/Fly Jr. Mid. Free/IM/Back So. Fly/Distance Free Fr. Free/Breast/IM Jr. Fly/IM So. Diving Sr. IM/Fly Jr. Breast/IM Fr. IM/Back/Breast Fr. Back/Sprint Free Jr. IM/Breast/Fly Fr. Sprint Free So. Breast/IM Fr. Distance Free Fr. IM/Back/Breast/Fly Jr. Sprint Free/Fly So. Breast/IM/Free Fr. Distance Free/IM Sr. IM/Breast/Free Sr. Sprint Free/Fly/Back Sr. Free/IM/Breast Jr. Mid. Free Fr. Diving

Hometown/High School Victor, N.Y./McQuaid Jesuit Chapel Hill, N.C./Carrboro Lake Forest, Ill./Lake Forest Suwanee, Ga./Mercersburg Academy (Pa.) Darien, Conn./The Lawrenceville School Mt. Kisco, N.Y./Horace Greeley Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y./Cold Spring Harbor Fallston, Md./Loyola Blakefield Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper Saint Clair Uniontown, Pa./Uniontown Area Huntington Bay, N.Y./Saint Anthony’s Bryn Mawr, Pa./Boyertown Area Evanston, Ill./Evanston Township West Harrison, N.Y./Harrison Chappaqua, N.Y./Horace Greeley Ambler, Pa./Wissahickon Harrison, N.Y./Iona Prep Herndon, Va./Oakton Pound Ridge, N.Y./Fox Lane Boynton Beach, Fla./Gulliver Prep Camillus, N.Y./West Genesee Wayne, N.J./Wayne Valley Laurel, Md./James Hubert Blake Aurora, Colo./Regis Evergreen, Colo./Clear Creek Massapequa, N.Y./Chaminade Telford, Pa./Souderton

www.BucknellBison.com • 2012-13 Bucknell Swimming and Diving


WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW The trio of Bucknell, Colgate and Navy continued its monopoly on the top three spots in the Patriot League standings in 2012, and not much is expected to change in 2013 as those three squads were once again picked to finish 1-2-3 in the league’s preseason poll. The Mids were picked first, followed by the Raiders and then the Bison in the No. 3 position they have finished in four of the last five years. “I don’t feel like at any point last year we had all the pieces in place running at even 90 percent,” commented Bucknell seventh-year head coach Dan Schinnerer. “One person would get better and another would get hurt. Our closest to being at 100 percent was our mid-November invite, but even then we were pulling people out of events.” Schinnerer hopes to close the gap on Navy and Colgate, and possibly even pass at least one of them in the final Patriot League standings, and it is certainly an attainable goal. The Bison lost only one point scorer (Kaitlyn Sweeney) from last year’s conference meet and all seven All-Patriot League selections return with an additional year of experience. Bucknell will be a much more veteran team in 2012-13 with six seniors, eight juniors and a talented 10-person sophomore class that had quite an impact last year with four All-Patriot League selections. “We had more talent than we showed last year,” commented Schinnerer. “If we can do a better job translating what we have and maxing out potential we are in position for a pretty good season.” Sprint Freestyle: Lauren Perry was fourth in both the 50 and 100 free at the Patriot League Championships and became one of two Bison named First Team All-Patriot League in 2012. She and diver classmate Tara Boyle became the first freshmen student-athletes from Bucknell to be named First Team All-Patriot League since Laura Goeller in 2004. Perry ranks in the top 10 in program history in three events (50 free - 8th, 100 free - 9th, 200 free - 2nd). “Lauren did an awesome job last year and has the ability to be a major player at the conference level in the sprint free races,” said Schinnerer, the two-time Patriot League Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year. Junior Emily Wright, a Second Team All-Patriot League choice as a freshman in 2011, is third in school history in the 50 free and fourth in the 100 free. She claimed seventh in the 50 free and ninth in the 100 free at last year’s Patriot League meet, capping a difficult season with a solid performance. “Everything that could have gone right for Emily her freshman year did,” recalled Schinnerer. “Then, everything that could have gone wrong for her as a sophomore did, and she still had a decent year. She personified our season where we couldn’t ever get clicking on all cylinders. If we can get her back to the position she was in her freshman year, that would be great. If we can split the difference, that will still be pretty good.” Junior Kaitlyn Utkewicz, who has scored in the 50 free at the conference meet each of her first two seasons, will add depth. Additionally, Schinnerer expects Marisa Taddeo, who focused on the backstroke events her first three years, to possibly see some time at sprint free. Mid-Freestyle: Schinnerer has plenty of options at the mid-distance freestyle as he values versatile swimmers and he can pull people from either the sprint or distance events to compete at the 200 and 500 lengths. Perry just missed a school record en route to a seventh-place finish at Patriots, while classmate Stephanie Koziol showed promise despite competing in other events during the postseason. Senior co-captain and three-time All-Patriot League selection Elizabeth Porcellio ranks No. 3 in school history in the 200, but is so versatile she is often used in other events. Schinnerer sees junior All-Patriot Leaguer Kelly Pontecorvo, who ranks No. 2 on Bucknell’s all-time 500 free list, mainly focusing on longer distances, but she will occasionally swim the 200. Freshmen Leanne Archer and Alanna Nawrocki have already shown the ability to contribute. Distance Freestyle: The Bison are a little more set at the distance free events with Pontecorvo, the school record holder in both the 1,000 and 1,650 leading the way. A two-time All-PL pick, Pontecorvo earned the silver medal in the 1,650 a year ago in addition to a fifth-place finish in the 500 free. She has now scored in five individual events at Patriots during her career. “Kelly continues to do the things that will lead to continued success,” praised Schinnerer, who has led the Bison to a 33-23-1 dual meet record since his arrival in Lewisburg in the summer of 2006. “Her distances were outstanding last year and she continues to chip away at the 200 and 500. She is going to be someone we lean on heavily in those events.” Junior Melissa Besman and senior Anna Griest have been consistent scorers in the distances. Besman is listed on the top-10 lists for the 500, 1,000 and 1,650, while Griest is fourth all-time in both the 1,000 and 1,650. Schinnerer also sees senior Kelly Purcell as an option once she returns from an offseason shoulder surgery. Backstroke: Bucknell has plenty of experience coming back at backstroke, headlined by junior Second Team All-Patriot Leaguer Jennifer Brennan. She posted three top-10 showings at last year’s Patriot League Championships, finishing seventh in both the 100 and 200 back and 10th in the 200 IM. “This is one area we have a lot of people coming back,” said Schinnerer. “We also have some great additions with Ashley Henderson, Rachel Brekovsky and

Emma Levendoski, so it could be one of our deeper areas.” Sophomore Sydney Schroeder, Taddeo and junior Kristen Purdy will continue to add depth. Each scored in at least one backstroke event last year at Patriots, but Schinnerer expects some improvement from them so they can jump from consolations to the finals. Breaststroke: “This is an area where on paper we should be strong,” predicted Schinnerer. “This area was a personification of the challenges we faced last year. As a group, we have great potential, but it didn’t really translate because of illness, injury and a number of other factors. But with Emily Norton, Liz Porcellio, Morgan Oxley, Gina Gautieri, Meg Lattimer and freshman Emily Gwynn we have a slew of girls who are in a competitive range with their times. “We have a lot of potential. If we can harness that, we can go from having one finalist and one consolation to doubling our point totals with just solid improvement.” Four different Bison scored in breaststroke events at last year’s Patriot League Championships with Norton posting the most success. She finished seventh (100 breast) and fifth (200 breast). Senior co-captain Oxley was 13th in the 100 breast, while Porcellio (11th) and Lattimer (13th) scored in the 200. All four swimmers rank in the top 10 in program history in at least one breaststroke event. Additionally, junior Alyssa Rollando should make an impact and add depth in the breaststroke events. Butterfly: A number of familiar names are in the mix at fly, including Porcellio, Koziol, Utkewicz, Brennan and Purdy. Utkewicz (100 fly), Koziol (200 fly) and Purdy (200 fly) each scored in butterfly events at last year’s Patriot League Championships. Many of the above names focus on other events, so Schinnerer will have to be creative when putting his lineup together. In addition to the veterans, he will be able to turn to freshman Lyndsey Marcheskie. IM: “In both IMs we have a pretty solid group coming back and if we just put it together, our point output at the conference meet will go up,” said Schinnerer. Leading the IM group is Porcellio, who ranks second on the program’s 200 IM list and fourth on its 400 IM ledger. She finished third (400 IM) and eighth (200 IM) at last year’s conference meet and has scored in the 200 IM each of her first three years. Schinnerer likes to recruit versatile swimmers and Porcellio is the epitome of that as she competed in the IM, free, breast and fly a year ago. She ranks in the top 10 in school history in six different events. Koziol had tremendous success at last year’s Patriot League Championships, scoring in the 200 back and 200 fly, in addition to the 400 IM, in which she placed second, one spot ahead of Porcellio. Schinnerer also expects Besman, Griest, Lattimer, Brennan, Purcell and Purdy to contribute in the IMs, while freshmen Henderson and Nawrocki are also likely strong contributors. Relays: In 2011-12, Bucknell had to replace a number of swimmers that were a large part of their relay teams. This year, however, the Bison return their relays almost completely intact. “Our relays were not particularly competitive at the conference meet last year,” said Schinnerer. “We should make some progress and that will be a good snapshot of our season as a whole. If our relays are more competitive where they are in the top two or three in the league, then that bodes well for our success overall.” Diving: A trio of freshman divers last year - Tara Boyle, Katie Hetherington, Tori Molchany - gave Bucknell one of the best diving groups in the conference. Boyle claimed the first-ever Patriot League title by a Bison diver, while Hetherington set program records off both boards, including the one-meter standard in her first career meet. All three rank in the top 10 in school annals off both boards. Joining the now-sophomores is senior Lisa Bolle and freshmen Lara Curtis and Emma Miller. Bolle owns the No. 9 score in program history off the three-meter board. “The three freshmen did Katie Hetherington an outstanding job last year,” praised Schinnerer. “We have six divers who are all solid to awesome and we are excited to see them continue to develop.”

2012-13 Bucknell Swimming and Diving • www.BucknellBison.com

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Women’s Profiles

Bold - top-10 time/score * - Bucknell record

Tara Boyle

Leanne Archer

So. • Winnetka, Ill. • Diving

Fr. • Glenville, N.Y. • Mid. Free High School/Personal: Leanne Quin Archer ... born Feb. 11, 1994 in Schenectady, N.Y. ... daughter of Patrick and Patricia Archer ... three-sport athlete at Niskayuna High School ... four-year member of swimming team ... also earned one JV letter in track and two for lacrosse ... captain of swimming team ... NISCAA Scholar Team Award for swimming ... New York state qualifier in 2008 and 2011 ... helped Niskayuna to a Section II title in 2010 and a state title in 2011 ... has four older siblings, Tara, Erica, Shannon and Kerry ... Erica swam at Holy Cross ... Shannon swam at Ithaca and UMass ... Kerry swam at Fairfield ... Tara is a member of Bucknell’s Class of 2007 ... father played football and ran track at Siena and Manhattan ... major is undeclared.

Melissa Besman

Jr. • Solon, Ohio • Free/IM/Fly Career Bests

• 200 IM: 2:17.54 • 400 IM: 4:29.34 • 200 Free: 1:57.54 • 500 Free: 5:01.22

• 1,000 Free: 10:28.92 • 1,650 Free: 17:16.79 • 200 Breast: 2:30.80 • 200 Fly: 2:15.64

Ranks in top 10 in Bison history in 500 free (9th), 1,000 free (8th), 1,650 free (8th) and 400 IM (9th) … two-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12: Scored in three events at Patriot League Championships … scored in 400 IM (7th), 1,650 free (9th) and 500 free (13th) … set season-best times in all three events at conference meet … swam mainly distance freestyle events throughout season … best placing of year was a runner-up finish in the 1,000 free vs. UMBC … three topthree showings in 500 free … finished in top four in 1,000 free in all five races during season … Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2010-11: Patriot League scorer in 400 IM and 1,650 free ... had seven top-10 finishes in 500 free ... won 1,650 free vs. Lehigh ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Born June 2, 1992 in Cleveland, Ohio ... daughter of Doug and Sherri Besman ... four-year swimming letterwinner at Solon High School ... four-time state qualifier ... three-time district champion ... High School All-American ... All-Ohio selection ... team captain ... Northeast Ohio Conference Scholar-Athlete ... has two siblings, Matthew and Jenny ... majoring in psychology and Spanish.

Lisa Bolle

• 1-M: 249.74

Career Bests

• 3-M: 256.20

Ranks fifth in Bison history off both the onemeter and three-meter boards. 2011-12: Part of trio of Bucknell rookie divers that made quite an impact … First Team All-Patriot League selection … along with fellow first-team selection Lauren Perry, became first Bison rookie on First Team since 2004 … became first Bison diver to win a Patriot League title, claiming the one-meter medal … scored a 243.40 to win at Patriots … also finished fifth off the three-meter board at Patriots … followed Patriot League performance with an eighth-place finish (onemeter) and fifth-place showing (three-meter) at the ECAC Championships … only first-place finish during regular season came off one-meter board vs. Lehigh … scored a season-high 249.74 in that competition … season high off three-meter board came during prelims at ECAC Championships … finished in top two four times in seven regularseason meets off one-meter board … four top-three finishes off three-meter board during regular season … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Tara Nicole Boyle ... born June 9, 1993 in Summit, N.J. ... daughter of Michael and Monica Boyle ... earned three varsity letters in diving at New Trier High School ... All-American Qualifier ... four-time all-conference selection ... team captain ... helped New Trier to 2010 Illinois state title ... has two sisters, Katelyn and Haley ... father played soccer at South Carolina as a freshman ... major is undeclared.

Rachel Brekovsky

Fr. • Fairport, N.Y. • Back/IM High School/Personal: Rachel Elizabeth Brekovsky ... born Feb. 16, 1994 in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... daughter of Jim and Sue Brekovsky ... four-year member of varsity swimming team at Fairport High School ... also member of varsity track team in 2009 and 2010 ... swim team captain as a senior ... three-time allcounty and All-Greater Rochester selection ... threetime state qualifier ... four-time scholar-athlete ... four-time Section V champion, winning the 200 medley relay in 2009 and the 100 back, 200 IM and 200 medley relay in 2011 ... 2009 team MVP ... Niagara District record holder in the 200 medley, 200 free and 400 free relays ... qualified for the 2009 state meet in track ... two-time all-county selection in track ... has two younger brothers, Ryan and Andy ... uncle, Tom Brekovsky, was a member of the swimming team at Carnegie Mellon ... majoring in chemical engineering.

Jennifer Brennan

Sr. • Glenview, Ill. • Diving • 1-M: 220.75

Career Bests

• 3-M: 217.13

Three-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... ranks ninth in Bison history in three-meter diving. 2011-12: Competed in just five meets due to spending time studying abroad … season-best score off one-meter came at Navy Invitational … season-best off three-meter came against Rutgers … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Patriot League scorer in one-meter dive (4th) ... had 10 top-five finishes in one-meter dive ... registered nine top-five finishes in three-meter dive ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2009-10: Patriot League scorer in one-meter (3rd) and three-meter (6th) dives ... won two one-meter dive events ... had nine top-five finishes in one-meter dive ... registered eight top-five finishes in three-meter dive ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 7 of 13 meets. High School/Personal: Born Sept. 28, 1990 in Glenview, Ill. ... daughter of Donald and MaryAnne Bolle ... earned two varsity letters in diving at Glenbrook South High School ... 2009 High School All-American ... first place at 2009 AAU Central Association (1-meter) ... sixth place at 2009 AAU Diving National Championships (1-meter) ... brother, Jeff, is a 2003 Bucknell graduate ... double majoring in environmental studies and French.

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Jr. • Philadelphia, Pa. • Back/IM/Fly Career Bests

• 100 Back: 57.03 • 200 Back: 2:03.26 • 100 Fly: 58.44

• 200 Fly: 2:10.49 • 200 IM: 2:08.40 • 100 Breast 1:16.35

Top 10 in Bison history in 100 back (4th), 200 back (5th) and 200 IM (10th) … two-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12: Second Team All-Patriot League choice … scored in the 100 back (7th), 200 back (7th) and 200 IM (10th) at Patriot League Championships … set career-best and program top-10 marks in all three events … also swam 100 back at ECAC Championships and finished second after a first-place showing in prelims … swept the 100 and 200 back in dual meet vs. Army … also swam the 100 and 200 fly, but focused on backstroke and 200 IM … member of PL Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Earned letter ... scored in 100 back (7th) and 200 back in Patriot League Championships ... registered eight top-five finishes in 100 back ... had 10 topfive finishes in 200 back ... won 100 back and 200 back vs. George Washington ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Born Jan. 13, 1992 in Philadelphia, Pa. ... daughter of John and Barb Brennan ... PIAA all-state selection ... NIASCA State Top-16 Award ... Scholastic All-America selection ... earned Suburban Aquatic League Senior Award ... copped Lower Moreland Lightning Coaches Award ... has two brothers, Brian and Tim ... majoring in economics.

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Women’s Profiles

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Lara Curtis

Emily Gwynn

Fr. • Lewiston, N.Y. • Diving High School/Personal: Lara Dianne Curtis ... born July 23, 1994 in Buffalo, N.Y. ... daughter of Bill and Linda Curtis ... member of gymnastics team at Nardin Academy in Buffalo, N.Y. ... qualified for New York State and Division 6 Regional Championships ... has one brother, Alec, who played college football ... both parents were collegiate swimmers ... majoring in animal behavior.

Gina Gautieri

Fr. • Canandaigua, N.Y. • Breast High School/Personal: Emily Wells Gwynn ... born Sept. 25, 1994 in Boston, Mass. ... daughter of Rob and Dianne Gwynn ... earned five letters in swimming at Canandaigua Academy ... four-time New York State meet qualifier ... two-time New York State meet breaststroke finalist ... Sectional champion in the 100 breast (2009, 2010, 2011) and 200 medley relay (2009, 2010, 2011) ... graduated with Section V Class B 100 breast record ... part of Section V record-breaking 200 medley relay team with All-America consideration time ... two-time Chevron Award winner, which is given to the fastest breaststroke time in Section V ... team captain as a senior ... three-time All-Greater Rochester selection ... four-time Daily Messenger AllStar selection ... part of five Section V Class B championship teams ... has two siblings, Andrew and Natalie ... father was a four-year lacrosse player at Babson College ... major is undeclared.

Ashley Henderson

So. • Coral Springs, Fla. • Breast Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 57.03 • 200 Breast: 2:03.26

• 500 Free: 58.44

2011-12: Competed mainly in the 100 and 200 breast … posted season-best times in both events at the ECAC Championships … advanced to the “B” finals of the 200 breast at ECACs. High School/Personal: Gina Marie Gautieri ... born June 10, 1993 in Coral Springs, Fla. ... daughter of Joe and Valerie Gautieri ... two-year team captain ... USA Swimming Scholastic All-America Team in 201011 ... all-county in 100 breast in 2010 ... two-time alldistrict in the 100 breast and 500 free ... state finalist in the 100 breast in 2010 ... Broward County Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete in 2010-11 ... Wendy’s High School Heisman Award in 2010 ... has one sister, Nicole ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

Fr. • Chicago, Ill. • Back/IM

High School/Personal: Ashley Logan Henderson ... born June 12, 1993 in Chicago, Ill. ... daughter of Craig and Patty Henderson ... member of swimming and water polo teams for four years at The Latin School ... team captain of both squads as a senior ... first-team all-section four times in both sports ... four-time swimming state qualifier ... fifth-team allstate in water polo as a junior ... honorable mention all-state in water polo as a freshman and sophomore ... has two sisters, Claire and Britt ... Britt is a twin brother who is a member of the cross country and track teams at Washington University (Mo.) ... Claire was a four-year member of the swimming team at Washington University (Mo.) ... major is undeclared.

Katie Hetherington

Anna Griest

So. • Houston, Texas • Diving

Sr. • Atlanta, Ga. • Distance Free/IM Career Bests

• 200 Free: 2:00.08 • 500 Free: 5:03.54 • 1,000 Free: 10:26.07 • 1,650 Free: 17:06.87

• 400 IM: 4:33.67 • 100 Breast: 1:16.24 • 200 Breast: 2:32.41 • 100 Fly: 1:07.82

Three-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... ranks fourth in Bison history in 1,000 free and 1,650 free … scored nine times in career at Patriot League Championships. 2011-12: Missed first semester of competition … made season debut in January dual meet vs. Colgate … scored in the 500 free (12th), 1,650 free (8th) and 400 IM (12th) at Patriot League Championships … set season-best marks in all three events at conference meet … finished in top five in eight of 10 regular-season races across four events (500 free, 1,000 free, 1,650 free, 400 IM, 200 breast) … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Selected to Academic All-Patriot League Team ... scored in 500 free (14th), 1,650 free (6th), and 400 IM (11th) in Patriot League Championships ... registered six top-five finishes in 1,000 free ... had five top-10 finishes in 500 free ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. 2009-10: Scored in 500 free (14th), 1,650 free (7th), and 400 IM (13th) in Patriot League Championships ... posted seven top-three finishes in 500 free, including two first-place finishes ... finished with top-three times five times in 1,000 free with two first-place finishes ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 12 of 13 meets. High School/Personal: Daughter of Doug and Linda Griest ... earned four varsity letters in swimming ... earned national academic honors at The Westminster School ... All-America selection ... member of 2006 state championship team ... team captain as a senior ... has two siblings, Lida and Robert ... both siblings swam on the college level ... majoring in management.

• 1-M: 264.68*

Career Bests

• 3-M: 285.05*

Holds school records off both boards. 2011-12: Second Team All-Patriot League selection … finished third (one-meter) and second (threemeter) at Patriot League Championships … posted first-place showings off both boards in the prelims … set school record off one-meter board (264.68) in first career meet vs. UMBC … set three-meter record (285.05) in fourth career meet … competed at NCAA Zone Diving Meet and finished 41st (one-meter) and 36th (three-meter) … finished in top three of every regular-season diving competition … finished first off the one-meter board seven times in 10 regularseason meets … six regular-season first-place showings off the three-meter board … four-time Patriot League Diver of the Week … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Kathleen Ann Hetherington ... born Nov. 3, 1992 in Houston, Texas ... daughter of Pete and Ellen Hetherington ... TISCA Private School All-State Swimming and Diving First Team ... four-time TAPPS South Regional qualifier ... three-time state champion (2008, 2009, 2010) ... Houston Chronicle Athletic Honor Roll ... two-time TAPPS Academic All-State Diving ... TAPPS All-American as a senior in 2011 ... TAPPS State silver medalist (2011) ... three-time USA Diving Summer Zone Qualifier and USA Diving Age Group National Qualifier ... two-time AAU National Qualifier ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

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Women’s Profiles

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Stephanie Koziol

So. • Summit, N.J. • IM/Free/Fly/Back • 200 IM: 2:08.97 • 400 IM: 4:25.17 • 200 Fly: 2:07.32

Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:55.10 • 200 Back: 2:05.69

Ranks third in program history in 400 IM and ninth in the 200 fly. 2011-12: Second Team All-Patriot League selection … scored in three events at Patriot League Championships … finished second in the league in the 400 IM (4:25.17) … placed eighth in the 200 fly and 10th in the 200 back … set season-best times in all three events at PL Championships … posted two firsts and three seconds in first two meets of career … won the 200 IM twice during regular season … claimed first in the 200 back once during regular season … 10 total top three finishes during regular season … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Stephanie Marie Koziol ... born March 22, 1993 in Livingston, N.J. ... daughter of Joseph and Maureen Koziol ... mother swam at Rutgers ... has two brothers, Gregory and Brendan ... major is undeclared.

Meg Lattimer

So. • Wilton, Conn. • Breast/IM • 200 IM: 2:10.94 • 400 IM: 4:33.23

Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 1:09.08 • 200 Breast: 2:24.54

Ranks eighth on program’s 200 breast top-10 list. 2011-12: Split time between IM and breaststroke … swam 200 IM, 400 IM and 200 breast at Patriot League Championships … scored in 400 IM (16th) and 200 breast (13th) … set a program top-10 time in the 200 breast during prelims of Bison Invitational … set season-best times in four events (200 IM, 400 IM, 100 breast, 200 breast) at the meet … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Megan Elizabeth Lattimer ... born July 1, 1993 in Norwalk, Conn. ... daughter of Rob and Annbeth Lattimer ... swimming and diving team captain as a senior ... earned team’s leadership award as a sophomore ... earned Melissa Nickel Award for leadership as a freshman ... member of Wilton Y Wahoos swim club ... Wahoos national squad captain as a senior ... father was an All-American swimmer at Alfred University ... has one brother, Tim ... major is undeclared.

Emma Levendoski

Fr. • Mandeville, La. • Back/Sprint Free High School/Personal: Emma Kate Levendoski ... born April 14, 1994 in London, England ... daughter of Paul and Celia Levendoski ... three-year member of swimming team at Mandeville High School ... state champion in 2009 and 2011 ... helped 200-yard freestyle relay to 2012 state title ... Scholastic All-American ... two-time team MVP (2009, 2011) ... team captain as a senior ... has two brothers, Jack and Seth ... three relatives have competed in college athletics ... majoring in animal behavior.

Lyndsey Marcheskie

Fr. • Pottstown, Pa. • Sprint Free/Fly High School/Personal: Lyndsey Shaner Marcheskie ... born Feb. 7, 1994 in Reading, Pa. ... daughter of Craig and Diane Marcheskie ... four-year member of swimming and water polo teams at The Hill School ... captain of water polo team as a senior ... swimming team captain as a junior and senior ... two-time swimming team MVP ... earned Coach’s Award as a senior ... has three younger siblings ... two sisters, Maddison and Mollie, and one brother, Peter ... majoring in biology.

Emma Miller

Fr. • Palo Alto, Calif. • Diving High School/Personal: Emma Grace Miller ... born May 4, 1994 in Stanford, Calif. ... daughter of Paul and Elaine Miller ... helped team to three straight league titles (2010, 2011, 2012) ... won individual crown at league meet in 2012 ... earned team MVP award as a senior ... team captain as a senior ... earned team’s Coaches Award in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... has two sisters, Hannah and Lydia ... major is undeclared.

Tori Molchany

So. • Coplay, Pa. • Diving • 1-M: 238.00

Career Bests

• 3-M: 255.30

Ranks seventh in Bucknell history off one-meter board and sixth off three-meter board. 2011-12: One of a trio of freshman divers that helped rewrite Bison record book … posted program top-10 marks off both boards … finished sixth off one-meter board at Patriot League Championships after second-place showing in prelims … was seventh off three-meter board at league meet … set seasonbest mark off one-meter board in PL Championships prelims … season-best off three-meter came in dual meet at Lehigh … also posted lone first-place finish of season with that dive … total of eight top-three finishes off both boards … Patriot League Diver of the Week after finishing first (three-meter) and second (one-meter) vs. Lehigh. High School/Personal: Victoria Wyn Molchany ... born Feb. 22, 1993 in Allentown, Pa. ... daughter of Bernie and Kim Molchany ... earned four varsity letters in diving and two in pole vault at Parkland High School ... finished third at PIAA District XI Diving Championship in 2010 and fifth in 2011 ... took third at the Lehigh Valley Conference Track & Field Championship in pole vault in 2011 ... has one sister, Julia ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

Meg Lattimer

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Women’s Profiles

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Alanna Nawrocki

Fr. • Lido Beach, N.Y. • Free/Back/IM High School/Personal: Alanna Skye Nawrocki ... born May 3, 1994 in Bethpage, N.Y. ... daughter of Peter and Eileen Nawrocki ... earned two varsity letters in swimming at East Islip High School ... NCSA Junior National qualifier in 2012 ... state finalist as a junior and senior ... Scholastic All-American as a sophomore and junior ... named All-Long Island in 2012 ... five relatives have participated in college athletics ... cousin, Luke Nawrocki, played football at Penn ... cousin, Daniel Nawrocki, played basketball at Johns Hopkins ... cousins, Christopher Cullen and Cameron Cullen, played basketball at Moravian College ... uncle, James Cullen, played baseball at Iona College ... major is undeclared.

Emily Norton

So. • Boynton Beach, Fla. • Breast Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 1:05.67 • 200 Breast: 2:19.36 • 200 IM: 2:17.12

• 50 Free: 26.55 • 100 Free: 57.05

Ranks third in program history in 200 breast and fifth in 100 breast … former member of Bucknell women’s water polo team. 2011-12: Focused primarily on the 100 and 200 breast … scored in both at the Patriot League Championships … finished seventh in the 100 and fifth in the 200 … also swam the 50 free at the league meet after competing in it just twice during regular season … set program top-10 times in both breaststroke events … swept both breaststroke events in backto-back duals vs. Colgate and Army … won the 200 breast four times during regular season … captured 100 breast twice … never finished lower than fourth in either event during regular season … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Emily Ann Norton ... born June 24, 1993 in Boynton Beach, Fla. ... daughter of Stephen and Susan Norton ... seven-year varsity swimmer and five-year water polo player at Saint Andrew’s School ... posted All-America finishes in the 100 breast and 200 medley relay, finishing third at state meet in both ... three-time academic award winner ... swim captain in 2010 and water polo captain in 2011 ... All-American in water polo ... Women’s Junior National Development Team member for water polo ... Palm Beach Post Water Polo Player of the Year in 2011 ... Saint Andrew’s Female Athlete of the Year as a senior in 201011 ... one of five family members to attend Bucknell ... has two brothers, Stephen and Gregory ... Stephen is a member of Bucknell’s Class of 2014 and is a member of the Bison men’s water polo team ... Greg is a sophomore on the Bison men’s water polo team ... father, Stephen, played soccer and tennis at Bucknell and is a 1974 graduate of the University ... grandfather, George F. Norton, graduated from Bucknell in 1950 … major is undeclared.

Morgan Oxley

Sr. • Emmaus, Pa. • Breast Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 1:06.81 • 200 Breast: 2:27.13 • 200 IM: 2:13.69

• 50 Free: 25.74 • 200 Free: 2:04.64

Ranks seventh on Bucknell’s all-time 100 breast list … part of 200 medley relay team that ranks ninth in school history ... two-time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2011-12: Patriot League scorer in 100 breast (12th) for second time in career … also competed in 200 breast and 200 IM at PL Championships … set season-best times in all three events at league meet … battled injuries and focused efforts on 100 breast throughout season … also swam 200 breast five times as well as 200 IM and 50 free … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Scorer in ECAC Championships in 100 and 200 breast ... had eight top-10 finishes in 100 breast ... registered seven top-10 finishes in 200 breast ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. 2009-10: Scorer in Patriot League Championships in 100 and 200 breast ... won season-opener in 50 breast vs. UMBC ... had eight top-10 finishes in 100 and 200 breast.

High School/Personal: Four-year swimming letterwinner at Emmaus High School ... four-time All-American and all-state in the 100 breaststroke and medley relay ... helped team to three consecutive state championships (2007-09) ... part of Pennsylvania state record medley relay (1:44.2) in 2009 ... two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American ... 2009 Emmaus High School Scholar-Athlete ... team captain as a senior ... Junior National qualifier ... majoring in education and psychology.

Lauren Perry

So. • Syracuse, N.Y. • Sprint Free • 50 Free: 23.85 • 100 Free: 51.93

Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:52.02 • 100 Fly: 59.56

Ranks in top 10 in program history in 50 free (8th), 100 free (9th) and 200 free (2nd) … part of five relays that show up on program top-10 lists. 2011-12: First Team All-Patriot League selection … along with fellow first-team selection Tara Boyle, became first Bison freshmen on First Team since 2004 … sprint freestyle swimmer who competed in the 50, 100 and 200 free events … scored in all three races at Patriot League Championships, finishing fourth in 50 free, fourth in 100 free and seventh in 200 free … also scored in same three races at ECAC Championships, finishing fifth in 50 free, fourth in 100 free and 10th in 200 free … swept 50 and 100 free in dual at Lehigh during regular season … seven first-place finishes across three events … 13 total top-two showings … set new program top-10 marks in all three freestyle events, including No. 2 time in 200 free (1:52.02). High School/Personal: Lauren Marie Perry ... born May 5, 1993 in Syracuse, N.Y. ... daughter of Bill and Sue Perry ... graduated as high school’s record holder in 100 free (52.79 seconds) ... three-time state qualifier ... 2009 Section III Swimmer of the Meet ... News Channel 9 Athlete of the Week ... four-year team MVP ... team captain ... has one sister, Rachel ... relative, Ron Perry, attended Bucknell and graduated in 1981 ... major is undeclared.

Kelly Pontecorvo

Jr. • New Providence, N.J. • Distance Free Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:54.95 • 1,650 Free: 16:39.13* • 500 Free: 4:56.51 • 200 Back: 2:09.44 • 1,000 Free: 10:05.28*

Ranks in top 10 in program history in 500 free (2nd), 1,000 free (1st) and 1,650 free (1st) … part of 800 free relay that ranks No. 2 in school record book … two-time Second Team All-Patriot League selection ... two-time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2011-12: Second Team All-Patriot League for second straight year … Patriot League scorer in 500 free (5th) and 1,650 free (2nd) … set school record in 1,650 free at PL Championships … split time in that race established new program record in 1,000 free … 10 firstplace finishes during regular season … finished either first or second in 15 of 16 regular-season races in 500 free, 1,000 free and 1,650 free … competed at ECAC Championships in 200 free (18th) and 200 back (19th) … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll for a second straight year … member of Academic All-Patriot League Team. 2010-11: Named to All-Patriot League Second Team ... scorer in Patriot League Championships in 1,650 free (3rd), 500 free (7th), and 200 free (13th) ... had five first-place finishes and nine top-three finishes in 500 free ... registered three first-place showings and four second-place finishes in 100 free ... had four topthree finishes in 1,650 free ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Born July 13, 1991 in Summit, N.J. ... daughter of Martin Pontecorvo and Laura Noonan ... two-year Scholastic All-American ... third place at New Jersey Junior Olympics in 500, 1,000 and 1,650 free ... top-10 finish in Quebec Cup ... third-place finisher in Speedo Sectionals in 800-meter free ... Junior National qualifier in the 1,000-yard and 800-meter free ... nationally ranked in 800-meter and 1,000-yard free ... helped club team to New Jersey Junior Olympic title ... has one sister, Dana ... majoring in management.

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Women’s Profiles

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Elizabeth Porcellio

Sr. • Fairport, N.Y. • Free/Breast/IM • 200 IM: 2:03.84 • 400 IM: 4:25.63 • 50 Free: 24.54 • 100 Free: 53.06

Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:52.43 • 100 Breast: 1:06.40 • 200 Breast: 2:22.94 • 100 Fly: 57.34

Ranks in top 10 in Bison history in 200 free (3rd), 100 breast (6th), 200 breast (5th), 100 fly (7th), 200 IM (2nd) and 400 IM (4th) ... listed eight times on Bucknell’s all-time relay top-10 lists … three-time All-Patriot League Second Team selection ... three-time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member … two-time member of Academic All-Patriot League Team … ninetime Patriot League scorer. 2011-12: Selected to All-Patriot League Second Team … named to Academic All-Patriot League Team … scored in Patriot League Championships in 200 IM (8th), 400 IM (3rd) and 200 breast (11th) … finished in top three in every regularseason race but one in three main events (200 IM, 200 free, 200 breast) … versatile swimmer who competed in IM, free, breast and fly during season … 200 IM was main event … won 200 IM vs. La Salle … swam at ECAC Championships … finished 11th in 100 free, 11th in 100 breast and seventh in 100 fly at ECACs … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Selected to All-Patriot League Second Team ... named to Academic AllPatriot League Team ... scored in Patriot League Championships in 200 IM (5th), 200 free (6th) and 200 breast (5th) ... registered four first-place finishes in 200 IM ... posted four first-place finishes and three second-place finishes in 200 breast ... had five top-five finishes in 200 free ... recorded two victories in 100 breast ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 12 of 14 meets. 2009-10: Selected to All-Patriot League Second Team ... scorer in Patriot League Championships in 200 IM (8th), 100 breast (8th) and 200 breast (10th) ... had six top-10 finishes in 100 breast ... registered six top-10 finishes in 200 breast ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 11 of 13 meets. High School/Personal: Six-year member of swimming team at Penfield High School ... qualified for state championships in each individual event as a senior ... two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American ... five-year state qualifier ... two-time sectional champ ... first-team all-county five times ... two-time team captain ... sister, Rachel, was a member of swimming team at Niagara (2006-10) ... majoring in neuroscience.

Elizabeth Porcellio

Kelly Purcell

Sr. • Barnesville, Pa. • Free/Back/IM Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:55.36 • 500 Free: 5:01.10 • 1,000 Free: 10:26.98 • 1,650 Free: 17:13.35

• 100 Back: 1:03.58 • 200 Back: 2:12.44 • 200 IM: 2:15.08 • 400 IM: 4:29.61

Top 10 in Bison history in 500 free (8th), 1,000 free (6th) and 1,650 free (6th) ... three-time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2011-12: Missed most of season with an injury … had offseason shoulder surgery ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Scored in Patriot League Championships in 500 free, 1,650 free and 400 IM ...had two first-place finishes in 200 free ... registered six top-five finishes in 500 free ... posted five top-five finishes in 400 IM ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. 2009-10: Named to All-Patriot League Second Team ... scored in Patriot League Championships in 1,650 free (6th), 400 IM (8th) and 500 free (10th) ... had six top-10 finishes in 500 free ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 11 of 13 meets. High School/Personal: Member of swimming and track teams at Mahanoy Area High School ... league champion, district medalist and state medalist in swimming ... also earned all-state and scholar-athlete honors ... first-team all-area ... 2009 Republican & Herald Swimmer of the Year ... majoring in neuroscience.

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Kristen Purdy

Jr. • Wading River, N.Y. • Fly/IM • 200 IM: 2:10.83 • 400 IM: 4:33.73 • 100 Fly: 57.97 • 200 Fly: 2:08.33

Career Bests

• 100 Back: 1:02.48 • 200 Back: 2:05.12 • 50 Free: 55.95

Ranks 10th in Bison history in 200 back … twotime Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2011-12: Patriot League Championship scorer in 400 IM (14th), 200 fly (14th) and 200 back (16th) … set season-best times in 400 IM and 200 back during PL Championships prelims … also regularly swam 200 IM and 100 fly during regular season … posted two first-place finishes in 100 fly during regular season … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Scored in Patriot League Championships in 200 fly (13th) and 200 back (10th) ... had seven top-10 finishes in 200 fly ... posted six top-10 finishes in 100 fly ... registered five top-10 finishes in 200 back ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Earned eight total letters at Shoreham Wading River High School (1 swimming, 3 cross country, 4 track and field) ... team captain in swimming, cross country and track ... all-state in swimming and cross country ... earned swimming Coaches Award in 2007 and 2010 ... two-time swimming Scholastic All-American ... competed at swimming Junior Nationals in 2009 and 2010 ... member of USA National Ocean Lifeguard Team ... national champion in ocean distance swim and rescue race ... competed with the international team in Japan in 2008-09 ... youngest competitor to ever represent the USA on international team ... selected Rookie of the Year in 2008 ... sister, Dana, is a member of the women’s swim team at Lafayette and is a senior in 2012-13 ... father ran cross country at Rochester Institute of Technology ... biology major.

Alyssa Rollando

Jr. • Phoenix, Ariz. • Fly/IM/Sprint Free • 100 Fly: 1:00.54 • 200 Fly: 2:17.82 • 50 Free: 25.32 • 100 Free: 54.30

Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 1:07.72 • 200 Breast: 2:28.46 • 200 IM: 2:17.59

Ranks 10th in program history in 100 breast. 2011-12: Swam at ECAC Championships … competed in the 50 free, 100 breast and 200 breast at ECACs … posted season-best times in six events at the midNovember Bucknell Invitational. 2010-11: Raced in ECAC Championships in 100 fly, 50 free and 100 free ... registered three top-10 finishes in 50 free ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in eight of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Born Oct. 14, 1991 in Phoenix, Ariz. ... daughter of Mike and Robin Rollando ... four-year swimming letterwinner at Xavier College Preparatory ... helped team to state title four times ... placed at state meet four times ... earned seventh in the 200 IM in 2008 and ninth in 2009 ... notched ninth-place finish in 100 fly in 2008 and took 11th in 2009 ... earned team’s Most Spirited Award in 2008 ... has one brother, Anthony ... biomedical engineering major.

Sydney Schroeder

So. • Johns Creek, Ga. • Back

Career Bests

• 100 Back: 58.88 • 200 Back: 2:05.49

• 200 IM: 2:16.29 • 100 Fly: 59.48

2011-12: Scored in the 200 back (14th) at Patriot League Championships … also swam in the 100 back and 100 fly at Patriots … focused on those three events … all but three races all year were in the 100 back, 200 back or 100 fly … best finish during the regular season was a second-place showing in the 200 back at the Navy Invitational. High School/Personal: Sydney Elizabeth Schroeder ... born Aug. 19, 1993 in Fishers, Ind. ... daughter of Mark and Tracy Schroeder ... four-year member of swimming team at Johns Creek High School ... fourtime state qualifier ... three-time state finalist ... two-time team MVP ... two-time Scholastic All-American ... four-time scholar-athlete ... has one sister, Natalie ... major is undeclared.

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Women’s Profiles

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Kaitlyn Utkewicz

Jackie Shroyer

Jr. • Montville, N.J. • Sprint Free

So. • Bentleyville, Ohio • Back Career Bests

• 100 Back: 59.88 • 200 Back: 2:07.73 • 100 Free: 56.47

• 200 Free: 1:58.37 • 500 Free: 5:15.57 • 100 Fly: 1:00.12

2011-12: Competed in the 100 back (14th), 200 back (17th) and 500 free (29th) at ECAC Championships … also swam 100 and 200 free during regular season … best individual finish was fourth place in 200 back in dual meet vs. La Salle. High School/Personal: Jacqueline Patricia Shroyer ... born May 23, 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio ... daughter of Britt and Patty Shroyer ... earned four letters in swimming and one in cross country at Chagrin Falls High School ... swimming team captain as a senior ... school record holder in the 200 medley and 400 free relays ... qualified for state meet four times ... All-Ohio and All-Chagrin Valley Conference selection ... regional finalist in cross country ... has three siblings: Britt (Colgate ’13), Stacey (Miami ’14) and identical twin sister Meghan (Colgate ’15) ... major is undeclared.

Marisa Taddeo

Sr. • Bohemia, N.Y. • Free/Back Career Bests

• 100 Back: 58.74 • 200 Back: 2:06.81 • 50 Free: 24.77

• 100 Free: 54.19 • 200 Free: 1:56.70 • 500 Free: 5:15.42

Two-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12: Scored in Patriot League Championships in 100 back (15th) and 200 back (13th) … also swam 50 free at Patriots, finishing 28th … set season-best times in all three events at PL Championships … finished in top three in 100 back three times during regular season … had one third-place finish in 200 back … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Scored in Patriot League Championships in 100 back (14th) ... also competed in 200 back, 50 free and 200 free at Patriot League Championships ... scored in ECAC Championships in 200 back (16th) ... had nine top-10 finishes in 200 back ... posted eight top-10 finishes in 100 back ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in all 14 meets. 2009-10: Competed in ECAC Championships in 100 back, 200 back, 100 free and 200 free ... posted six top-10 finishes in 200 back ... had four top-10 finishes in 200 free ... competed in 11 of 13 meets. High School/Personal: Born July 30, 1991 in Greenwich, Conn. ... daughter of Ronald and Lisa Taddeo ... earned six letters in swimming at St. Anthony’s High School ... earned All-Long Island and all-league honors ... recipient of team’s Coaches Award ... has four siblings ... majoring in neuroscience.

• 50 Free: 24.09 • 100 Free: 52.87

Career Bests

• 200 Free: 2:00.97 • 100 Fly: 58.62

Part of three relay teams that rank in the top 10 on program’s 200 free relay list … part of three 400 free relay teams that rank in the top six on all-time list. 2011-12: Scored in the 50 free (11th) and 100 fly (14th) at Patriot League Championships … also swam the 100 free (17th) at Patriots … focused on only those three events during the season … best finish of year was a second-place showing in the 50 free in dual meet at Lehigh … four top-three finishes across all events. 2010-11: Scored in Patriot League Championships in 50 free (12th) and 100 free (12th) ... posted six top-five finishes in 50 free ... had six top-five finishes in 100 free ... named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Earned All-America, all-county and all-area recognition at Montville Township High School ... school record-holder in 100 free ... six-time finalist at New Jersey Meet of Champions ... four-time team MVP ... team captain in 2010 ... member of Lakeland Hills YMCA swim team ... Lakeland Hills won YMCA state title from 2007-09 ... YMCA national qualifier in four events ... top16 finalist at YMCA Nationals ... part of 400 and 800 free relay squads that own team record ... helped 200 and 400 free relays as well as 400 medley relay break New Jersey YMCA state meet record ... majoring in political science and English – literary studies.

Emily Wright

Jr. • Wayland, Mass. • Sprint Free • 50 Free: 23.36 • 100 Free: 51.24

Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:54.81

Top 10 in Bison history in 50 free (t-3rd) and 100 free (4th) ... member of seven relay teams that rank in top 10 in program history. 2011-12: Scored in the 50 free (7th) and 100 free (9th) at Patriot League Championships … posted season-best times in both events during finals … seven first-place finishes in 50 and 100 free during regular season … never finished lower than second in 50 free in seven regular-season races … seven top-two finishes in 100 free in 10 regular-season races. 2010-11: Named to All-Patriot League Second Team ... scored in Patriot League Championships in 50 free (2nd), 100 free (3rd) and 200 free (12th) ... posted 10 top-three finishes in 50 free, including three firstplace finishes ... registered 11 top-five finishes in 100 free, including two firstplace finishes ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Three-sport student-athlete at Wayland High School, earning four letters in swimming, one in cross country and one in track & field ... three-time All-American in the 200 free relay ... received All-America consideration in 50 free ... helped team to four consecutive state championships ... holds North Sectional record in the 50 free ... holds school records in the 50 free (23.97), 100 free (52.62), 200 medley relay, 200 free relay and 400 free relay ... Boston Globe Swimmer of the Year in 2010 ... highest point scorer in Wayland High School history ... four-time state qualifier ... four-time all-state and all-league selection ... team captain as a senior ... sister, Priscilla, was a member of the women’s swimming and diving team at Union College before graduating in 2012 ... majoring in political science.

Emily Wright

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Women’s 2011-12 Season Review What it Took in 2012 - Women Event

Won Patriots

8th Place (Finals)

16th Place (Finals)

8th Place (Prelims)

16th Place (Prelims)

NCAA “A” Cut

NCAA “B” Cut

Invited to NCAAs

US National Cut (SCY)

50 Free

23.44

24.13

24.75

24.04

24.41

21.93

22.99

22.46

23.29

100 Free

50.74

52.97

53.50

52.65

53.38

47.84

50.19

48.95

50.89

200 Free

1:49.60

1:52.73

1:57.12

1:52.30

1:54.85

1:44.02

1:48.29

1:46.38

1:49.69

500 Free

4:49.48

4:59.96

5:14.02

5:01.35

5:07.55

4:38.46

4:47.79

4:42.23

4:51.99

1650 Free

16:30.41

17:15.09

17:56.56

17:15.09

17:56.56

15:53.38

16:30.59

16:20.02

16:45.19

100 Back

55.27

57.17

59.34

57.03

58.84

52.55

55.17

52.96

56.49

200 Back

1:59.03

2:03.59

2:08.06

2:03.78

2:08.20

1:53.37

1:59.24

1:55.56

2:01.19

100 Breast

1:01.47

1:06.76

1:09.79

1:05.79

1:09.44

59.65

1:02.98

1:00.78

1:04.09

200 Breast

2:10.67

2:23.67

2:28.15

2:22.57

2:27.57

2:09.72

2:16.20

2:11.32

2:18.29

100 Fly

53.92

57.41

58.96

57.40

59.34

52.02

54.62

53.04

55.89

200 Fly

1:59.32

2:08.66

2:12.81

2:07.74

2:12.44

1:54.95

2:00.69

1:57.26

2:02.69

200 IM

2:00.45

2:08.40

2:10.99

2:06.26

2:09.44

1:56.13

2:01.79

1:58.64

2:03.69

400 IM

4:17.42

4:33.56

4:43.40

4:31.55

4:54.16

4:05.65

4:19.69

4:11.91

4:22.99

200 Free Relay

1:33.60

1:40.71

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1:28.35

1:32.76

1:29.75

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400 Free Relay

3:24.01

3:39.87

~~~~

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3:14.93

3:24.67

3:16.80

3:23.39

800 Free Relay

7:22.88

7:59.18

~~~~

~~~~

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7:02.07

7:23.17

7:06.87

7:18.99

200 Medley Relay

1:42.18

1:55.15

~~~~

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1:36.68

1:42.70

1:37.76

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400 Medley Relay

3:43.63

4:07.72

~~~~

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3:32.56

3:43.18

3:34.09

3:44.19

1-Meter

243.40

211.90

~~~~

217.85

144.60

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3-Meter

282.15

187.05

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219.80

173.25

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2011-12 Women’s Results (5-4, 4-2 PL)

October 1 UMBC non-scoring 22 GEORGE WASHINGTON W, 169-124 November 5 vs. American* W, 226-71 vs. Lafayette* W, 242-57 at Navy* L, 160-129 18-20 BUCKNELL INVITATIONAL 1st of 7, 1,351 pts. December 3 at La Salle L, 164-136 January 11 at Colgate* L, 165-133 14 at Army* W, 198-97 15 RUTGERS L, 155-83 21 at Lehigh* W, 189-111 28 at Navy Invitational non-scoring February 16-18 at Patriot League Championships 3rd of 8, (Annapolis, Md.) 593 pts. 24-26 at ECAC Championships 7th of 19, (Annapolis, Md.) 261 pts.

2011-12 Awards/Honors/Records

All-Patriot League - First Team Tara Boyle Lauren Perry

Patriot League Diver of the Week Katie Hetherington (10/11, 11/21, 1/16, 1/30) Tori Molchany (1/23)

All-Patriot League - Second Team Jennifer Brennan Katie Hetherington Stephanie Koziol Kelly Pontecorvo Elizabeth Porcellio

Academic All-Patriot League Kelly Pontecorvo Elizabeth Porcellio Patriot League Academic Honor Roll 21 selections (most in Patriot League)

Patriot League Champion Tara Boyle (One-Meter Diving)

Records Broken 1,000 Free (Kelly Pontecorvo - 10:05.28) 1,650 Free (Kelly Pontecorvo - 16:39.13) One-Meter Diving (Katie Hetherington - 264.68) Three-Meter Diving (Katie Hetherington - 285.05)

Patriot League Diving Coach of the Year Errol Carter Patriot League Swimmer of the Week Elizabeth Porcellio (1/23)

Kelly Pontecorvo

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Women’s Record Book/Honors All-Patriot League Selections

1994-95 (3)............................................ April Harned, Jeanne Klawon, Jen Myers 1995-96 (2)....................................................................... Jen Myers, Lindsay Reed 1996-97 (2)........................................................................... Jen Myers, Kate Wood 1997-98 (3)......................................................Molly Lowe, Jen Myers, Kate Wood 1998-99 (3)................................................. Megan Jones, Molly Lowe, Kate Wood 1999-00 (4).............. Nicole Brandemarti, Darby Golino, Molly Lowe, Kate Wood 2000-01 (4).......................Darby Golino, Daniela Faas, Molly Lowe, Abby Weaver 2001-02 (4)............Jennifer Cancro, Daniela Faas, Meghan Freese, Darby Golino 2002-03 (7)..........Lectie Altman, Jennifer Cancro, Daniela Faas, Jackie Feinthel, Jamie Flick, Meghan Freese, Darby Golino 2003-04 (9) First Team.......................................Lectie Altman, Jennifer Cancro, Daniela Faas, Jackie Feinthel, Meghan Freese, Laura Goeller Second Team................................Carlyn Donley, Jamie Flick, Katherine Munson, 2004-05 (10) First Team......... Lectie Altman, Jamie Flick, Laura Goeller, Katherine Munson, Rebecca Scheffter, Nikki Woodward Second Team..... Carlyn Donley, Jackie Feinthel, Mary Krakowski, Erika Mannix 2005-06 (12) First Team....... Lectie Altman, Carlyn Donley, Laura Goeller, Katherine Munson, Rebecca Scheffter, Nikki Woodward Second Team..............................Meghan Brown, Mary Krakowski, Katalin Lyons, Brittany Neligan, Nikki Seaman, Ally St. Claire 2006-07 (10) First Team...................... Katherine Munson, Rebecca Scheffter, Nikki Woodward Second Team....... Rebecca Bersani, Laura Goeller, Eliza Massie, Megan Mongan, Kelly Morris, Kristen Skroski, Courtney Warren 2007-08 (9) First Team....Megan Mongan, Lauren Russell, Kristen Skroski, Courtney Warren Second Team............................. Abigail Atkinson, Rebecca Bersani, Molly Goebel, Eliza Massie, Sinead O’Dwyer 2008-09 (8) First Team..................................... Abigail Atkinson, Macey Keath, Lauren Russell Second Team....Rebecca Bersani, Jamie Chakany, Molly Goebel, Megan Mongan, Courtney Warren 2009-10 (10) First Team............Molly Goebel, Macey Keath, Lauren Russell, Courtney Warren Second Team.......................... Abigail Atkinson, Rebecca Bersani, Jamie Chakany, Allison FitzPatrick, Elizabeth Porcellio, Kelly Purcell 2010-11 (5) First Team..................................................................... Molly Goebel, Macey Keath Second Team......................... Kelly Pontecorvo, Elizabeth Porcellio, Emily Wright 2011-12 (7) First Team..........................................................................Tara Boyle, Lauren Perry Second Team................Jennifer Brennan, Katie Hetherington, Stephanie Koziol, Kelly Pontecorvo, Elizabeth Porcellio

East Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete

Kathy Lynch............................ 1984-85 Kathy Lynch............................ 1986-87 Deb Thomas............................. 1987-88

Patriot League Scholar-Athlete

Jeanne Klawon........................ 1992-93 Jeanne Klawon........................ 1993-94 Allyson Gillespie...................... 1995-96 Abby Weaver............................ 2000-01 Rebecca Scheffter.................... 2004-05 Courtney Warren.................... 2009-10

Bison All-Americans

Individual Elizabeth Dexter Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Young, Dexter, Frazier, Young Lisa Desrochers Elizabeth Dexter Elizabeth Dexter Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Desrochers, Young, Dexter, Frazier Young, Dexter, Frazier, Desrochers Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier Kathy Frazier

All-American Kathy Frazier ’82

All-Americans Lisa Desrochers ’84, Susie Young ’83 and Karen Young ’83

Robert A. Latour Award

The Robert A. Latour Award was established in 1987 to honor the former men’s swimming coach and director of athletics at Bucknell. It is presented annually “in recognition of leadership, sportsmanship, outstanding achievement and dedication to Bucknell women’s swimming.” Robert A. Latour Award Winners

Courtney Warren ’10

1987...........................................Kathy Lynch 1988...........................................Karen Oliver 1989...................................... Elaine Lammey 1990............................................ Dodi Barlok 1991.......................... K. Appler/C. Banashek 1992.........................................Jennifer Reeb 1993.................................. Margaret Grunow 1994................................. Kathleen Hartnett 1995.............................. C. Brooks/J. Klawon 1996.................................... Allyson Gillespie 1997...................................... Sarah Cranston 1998...............................................Jen Myers 1999....................N. Brandemarti/K. Wilson

Academic All-District

Kathy Lynch............................ 1986-87 Abby Weaver............2001-02 (2nd Tm) Rebecca Scheffter....2005-06 (2nd Tm) Katherine Munson..2006-07 (2nd Tm)

Year Event 1979 200 Breast 1979 100 Free 1979 50 Fly 1980 50 Free 1980 50 Fly 1980 100 Fly 1980 100 IM 1980 100 Free 1980 200 Medley Relay 1981 200 Back 1981 100 Breast 1981 200 Breast 1981 100 Free 1981 50 Fly 1981 100 Fly 1981 200 Fly 1981 400 Medley Relay 1981 200 Medley Relay 1982 50 Fly 1982 100 Fly 1982 50 Free

2000............................... Nicole Brandemarti 2001........................................ Gwen Packard 2002.......................................... Abby Weaver 2003........................................Rebecca Dolan 2004.......................................Meghan Freese 2005..............................................Trish Rado 2006.................................... Mary Krakowski 2007....................................Nikki Woodward 2008...................................... Kristen Skroski 2009...................................Courtney Warren 2010...................................Courtney Warren 2011.......................................... Molly Goebel 2012....Elizabeth Porcellio/Kaitlyn Sweeney

All-Time Coaching Records Coach Kofie Montgomery Constance Brennan Joel Feldman Lynn Kachmarik Jerry Foley Dan Schinnerer Totals

Years 1973-76 1976-79 1979-82 1982-88 1998-2006 2006-Pres.

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Seasons 3 3 3 16 8 6 39

W L 13 16 8 17 27 6 120 52 43 19 33 23 244 133

T 0 0 0 1 0 1 2

Pct. .448 .320 .818 .697 .694 .588 .646

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Women’s Record Book

Bold - current student-athlete

50-Yard Freestyle

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

Molly Goebel..................................... 23.20 Meghan Freese................................. 23.22 Courtney Warren............................. 23.36 Emily Wright...........................23.36 Margaret Grunow............................ 23.58 Rebecca Scheffter............................. 23.75 Abigail Atkinson.............................. 23.81 Lauren Perry...........................23.85 Mary Krakowski............................... 23.90 Alexandra Lovallo............................ 23.91

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

Meghan Freese................................. 50.96 Margaret Grunow............................ 51.11 Courtney Warren............................. 51.18 Emily Wright...........................51.24 Rebecca Scheffter............................. 51.26 Molly Goebel.................................... 51.29 Megan Mongan................................ 51.85 Alexandra Lovallo............................ 51.87 Lauren Perry...........................51.93 Sarah Suchoff................................... 52.84

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

Megan Mongan......................... 1:51.83 Lauren Perry......................1:52.02 Elizabeth Porcellio.............1:52.43 Lectie Altman............................ 1:52.74 Rebecca Scheffter...................... 1:52.87 Jennifer Cancro......................... 1:53.22 Kristen Skroski.......................... 1:53.23 Jamie Chakany.......................... 1:53.52 Margaret Grunow...................... 1:53.63 Rebecca Dolan........................... 1.54.17

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

Nikki Woodward....................... 4:55.73 Kelly Pontecorvo................4:56.51 Jamie Chakany.......................... 4:56.56 Daniela Faas.............................. 4:56.93 Jennifer Cancro......................... 4:59.69 Megan Mongan......................... 5:00.90 Kristen Skroski.......................... 5:00.98 Kelly Purcell.......................5:01.10 Melissa Besman..................... 5:01.22 Carlyn Donley............................ 5:01.49

2/19/09 2/26/04 2/19/09 2/17/11 2/27/92 2/16/07 2/18/10 2/18/12 2/24/05 2/19/09

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

1. Abigail Atkinson........................ 2:00.24 2. Lectie Altman............................ 2:00.60 3. Lauren Russell........................... 2:01.57 4. Darby Golino............................. 2:02.27 5. Jennifer Brennan...............2:03.26 6. Jen Myers.................................. 2:03.30 7. Kathleen Hartnett.................... 2:03.61 8. Laura Goeller............................. 2:04.15 9. Abigail Paules............................ 2:04.96 10. Kristen Purdy....................2:05.12

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC ECAC PLC

Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa.

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

Macey Keath.............................. 1:03.81 Jamie Flick................................. 1:04.17 Kelly Morris............................... 1:04.48 Nikki Seaman............................ 1:05.28 Emily Norton.....................1:05.67 Elizabeth Porcellio.............1:06.40 Morgan Oxley....................1:06.81 Emily Wichryk........................... 1:06.99 Kelly Wilson.............................. 1:07.09 Alyssa Rollando..................1:07.72

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC La Salle PLC

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

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

Macey Keath.............................. 2:15.90 Kelly Morris............................... 2:19.01 Emily Norton.....................2:19.36 Jamie Flick................................. 2:19.44 Elizabeth Porcellio.............2:19.88 Nikki Woodward....................... 2:21.94 Nikki Seaman............................ 2:22.97 Meg Lattimer.....................2:24.54 Emily Wichryk........................... 2:24.72 Ellen Carter Stagg..................... 2:25.67

2/16/07 PLC Lewisburg, Pa. 2/18/12 PLC Annapolis, Md. 2/18/10 PLC Annapolis, Md. 2/20/03 PLC Lewisburg, Pa. 2/20/03 PLC Lewisburg, Pa. 2/18/10 PLC Annapolis, Md. 11/30/07 Big Al Open Princeton, N.J. 11/19/10 RU Invit. Piscataway, N.J. 11/19/10 RU Invit. Piscataway, N.J. 2/24/05 PLC Lewisburg, Pa.

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

Margaret Grunow......................... 56.02 Molly Goebel................................ 56.31 Mary Krakowski........................... 56.43 Lauren Reed................................. 57.14 Katherine Munson....................... 57.20 Laura Twichell.............................. 57.23 Elizabeth Porcellio...................57.34 Alex Panzarino............................. 57.36 Kaitlyn Sweeney........................... 57.40 Lauren Mosler.............................. 57.95

Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa.

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

Katherine Munson.................... 2:04.54 Alex Panzarino.......................... 2:05.78 Kate Wood................................. 2:05.93 Lauren Russell........................... 2:05.95 Molly Lowe................................ 2:06.20 Alexandra Psaris........................ 2:06.33 Laura Twichell............................... 2:06.43 Kaitlyn Sweeney........................ 2:06.84 Stephanie Koziol................2:07.32 Margaret Grunow...................... 2:07.49

Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Piscataway, N.J. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md.

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

Lauren Russell........................... 2:03.27 Elizabeth Porcellio.............2:03.84 Abigail Atkinson........................ 2:04.76 Megan Mongan......................... 2:06.01 Darby Golino............................. 2:06.46 Nikki Woodward....................... 2:07.56 Jamie Flick................................. 2:07.84 Sinead O’Dwyer......................... 2:07.84 Laura Goeller............................. 2:07.86 Jennifer Brennan...............2:08.40

Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. West Point, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa.

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

Lauren Russell........................... 4:22.58 Macey Keath.............................. 4:24.68 Stephanie Koziol................4:25.17 Elizabeth Porcellio.............4:25.63 Daniela Faas.............................. 4:26.13 Laura Goeller............................. 4:28.04 Abigail Paules............................ 4:28.57 Nikki Woodward....................... 4:29.27 Melissa Besman..................4:29.34 Kelly Purcell.......................4:29.61

100-Yard Freestyle 2/28/04 2/29/92 2/20/10 2/17/11 2/25/06 2/17/11 2/21/09 2/21/09 2/24/12 2/21/09

200-Yard Freestyle

2/20/09 2/18/12 2/17/11 2/24/06 2/17/07 2/21/03 2/17/07 2/20/09 11/24/92 2/21/03

500-Yard Freestyle

1,000-Yard Freestyle 1. Kelly Pontecorvo................ 10:05.28 2/18/12 PLC 2/21/09 PLC 2. Jamie Chakany........................ 10:11.43 3. Daniela Faas............................ 10:18.78 2/16/02 PLC 4. Anna Griest...................... 10:20.96 2/17/11 PLC 5. Kristen Skroski........................ 10:23.26 2/23/08 PLC 6. Kelly Purcell..................... 10:26.98 2/20/10 PLC 7. Jennifer Cancro....................... 10:28.13 2/16/02 PLC 8. Melissa Besman................ 10:28.92 2/17/11 PLC 9. Meghan Brown........................ 10:29.14 2/25/06 PLC 10. Jackie Feinthel........................ 10:30.19 1/19/02 Colgate

1,650-Yard Freestyle

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

Kelly Pontecorvo................ 16:39.13 Jamie Chakany........................ 16.48.52 Daniela Faas............................ 17:02.07 Anna Griest...................... 17:06.87 Kristen Skroski........................ 17:11.27 Kelly Purcell..................... 17:13.35 Jennifer Cancro....................... 17:16.03 Melissa Besman................ 17:16.79 Carlyn Donley......................... 17:17.10 Meghan Brown........................ 17:18.61

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

Courtney Warren......................... 54.55 Lectie Altman............................... 56.29 Abigail Atkinson........................... 56.79 Jennifer Brennan..................57.03 Darby Golino................................ 57.31 Meghan Freese............................. 57.48 Lauren Russell.............................. 57.49 Kathleen Hartnett....................... 58.38 Jen Myers..................................... 58.40 Katherine Munson....................... 58.45

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200-Yard Backstroke

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC

2/18/12 PLC 2/21/09 PLC 2/27/03 ECAC 2/17/11 PLC 2/23/08 PLC 2/20/10 PLC 2/16/02 PLC 11/19/10 RU Invit. 2/26/05 PLC 2/25/06 PLC

100-Yard Backstroke 2/19/10 2/24/05 2/20/09 2/18/12 2/21/03 2/27/04 2/27/10 2/28/92 2/14/97 2/25/05

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC ECAC PLC PLC PLC

2/21/09 2/26/05 2/21/09 2/27/03 2/18/12 2/18/95 2/28/92 2/26/05 2/20/10 2/17/11

PLC PLC PLC ECAC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC

100-Yard Breaststroke

2/20/09 PLC 2/25/05 PLC 2/20/09 PLC 2/20/09 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/19/10 PLC 2/19/10 PLC 2/24/06 PLC 2/18/00 PLC 11/20/11 BU Invit.

200-Yard Breaststroke 2/21/09 2/21/09 11/20/11 2/28/04 2/17/11 2/18/07 2/21/09 11/20/11 2/26/05 1/31/09

100-Yard Butterfly

2/19/93 2/20/09 2/25/05 2/27/04 2/24/06 2/17/11 2/24/12 2/18/12 2/18/12 2/18/00

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Pittsburgh, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa.

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa.

PLC Lewisburg, Pa. PLC Lewisburg, Pa. BU Invit. Lewisburg, Pa. PLC Annapolis, Md. PLC Lewisburg, Pa. PLC Lewisburg, Pa. PLC Lewisburg, Pa. BU Invit. Lewisburg, Pa. PLC Lewisburg, Pa. Bison Invite Lewisburg, Pa.

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC ECAC PLC PLC PLC

200-Yard Butterfly

2/25/06 PLC 2/25/11 ECAC 11/2/96 Towson 2/28/10 ECAC 2/19/00 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 1/23/93 Fordham

200-Yard Individual Medley

2/18/10 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/19/09 PLC 2/19/09 PLC 2/20/03 PLC 2/23/06 PLC 2/20/03 PLC 2/18/10 PLC 2/24/05 PLC 2/18/12 PLC

400-Yard Individual Medley

2/19/10 PLC 2/19/10 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/27/04 PLC 2/25/05 PLC 2/19/10 PLC 2/24/06 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/17/11 PLC

Hamilton, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y.

Annapolis, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Towson, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Bronx, N.Y.

Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md.

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

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Women’s Record Book

Bold - current student-athlete

One-Meter Diving (6 optionals)*

1. Katie Hetherington.............264.68 2. Rebecca Bersani.......................... 258.35 3. Erika Mannix.............................. 256.87 4. Eliza Massie................................ 255.37 5. Tara Boyle...........................249.74 6. Morgan Popple........................... 242.78 7. Tori Molchany.....................238.00 8. Allison FitzPatrick...................... 236.55 9. Lisa Rockwell.............................. 234.82 10. Erika Minerowicz....................... 228.89 * New format starting in 2001

10/01/11 UMBC 11/17/07 BU Invite 2/5/05 Lehigh 1/26/08 Lehigh 1/21/12 Lehigh 12/4/10 La Salle 2/18/12 PLC 11/17/07 BU Invite 1/17/04 Colgate 1/6/07 Princeton

1. Warren, Keath, Goebel, Atkinson....................... 1:43.11 2/19/10 PLC 2. Warren, Morris, Goebel, Lovallo......................... 1:43.25 2/20/09 PLC 3. Altman, Flick, Krakowski, Scheffter.................... 1:43.99 2/25/05 PLC 4. Golino, Flick, Krakowski, Freese......................... 1:44.35 2/21/03 PLC 5. Brennan, Keath, Goebel, Wright..................... 1:44.91 2/17/11 PLC 6. Altman, Flick, Krakowski, Freese........................ 1:45.06 2/27/04 PLC 7. Warren, Morris, Munson, Scheffter.................... 1:45.39 2/17/07 PLC 8. Warren, Morris, Goebel, Mongan....................... 1:45.89 2/22/08 PLC 9. Warren, Oxley, Goebel, Mongan........................ 1:45.91 12/5/09 Bucknell Open 10. Brennan, Norton, Sweeney, Wright............... 1:46.85 2/18/12 PLC

11/20/11 BU Invit. Lewisburg, Pa. 1/31/09 Bison Invite Lewisburg, Pa. 11/17/07 BU Invite Lewisburg, Pa. 1/6/07 Princeton Princeton, N.J. 2/24/12 ECAC Annapolis, Md. 1/21/12 Lehigh Bethlehem,Pa. 11/17/07 BU Invite Lewisburg, Pa. 1/15/11 Army Lewisburg, Pa. 12/4/10 La Salle Lewisburg, Pa.

1. Warren, Keath, Goebel, Mongan..............................3:46.73 2/19/09 PLC 2. Warren, Keath, Goebel, Mongan..............................3:47.00 2/18/10 PLC 3. Altman, Flick, Krakowski, Scheffter.........................3:47.48 2/24/05 PLC 4. Golino, Flick, Krakowski, Freese...............................3:49.54 2/20/03 PLC 5. Warren, Morris, Munson, Scheffter.........................3:51.17 2/16/07 PLC 6. Brennan, Wright, Sweeney, Perry........................3:51.54 2/18/12 PLC 7. Brennan, Keath, Goebel, Wright...........................3:51.75 2/17/11 PLC 8. Altman, Woodward, Krakowski, Scheffter...............3:52.07 2/23/06 PLC 9. Brennan, Norton, Sweeney, Perry........................3:52.71 11/20/11 BU Invit. 10. Warren, Morris, Goebel, Mongan.............................3:54.04 2/21/08 PLC

400-Yard Medley Relay

Three-Meter Diving (6 optionals)*

1. Katie Hetherington.............285.05 2. Allison FitzPatrick...................... 260.48 3. Eliza Massie................................ 257.54 4. Erika Minerowicz....................... 257.24 5. Tara Boyle...........................256.20 6. Tori Molchany.....................255.30 7. Rebecca Bersani.......................... 248.95 8. Morgan Popple........................... 228.23 9. Lisa Bolle............................217.13 * New format starting in 2005

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

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

One-Meter Diving (6 dives)

Kristen Ehrgood......................... 258.20 Debbie Zapotocky...................... 242.40 Lara McCarver............................ 241.20 Kelly Haughs.............................. 239.85 Cory Feulner............................... 237.30 Julie Kotarba............................ 232.125 Elaine Lammey........................... 227.00 Rebecca Bersani.......................... 225.74 Sarah Petcavage.......................... 220.28 Allison FitzPatrick...................... 217.87

2/8/90 1/19/94 1/21/95 11/13/93 12/10/94 2/6/93 1/23/88 1/12/08 11/12/00 1/12/08

ECC Champ Philadelphia, Pa. La Salle Philadelphia, Pa. Fordham Bronx, N.Y. Drexel Lewisburg, Pa. Seton Hall Lewisburg, Pa. Lehigh Lewisburg, Pa. Lafayette Lewisburg, Pa. Columbia New York, N.Y. Towson Lewisburg, Pa. Columbia New York, N.Y.

Three-Meter Diving (6 dives)

Lara McCarver............................ 258.00 12/10/94 Seton Hall Lewisburg, Pa. Erika Mannix.............................. 258.00 1/15/05 Colgate Lewisburg, Pa. Kelly Haughs.............................. 254.91 11/13/93 Drexel Lewisburg, Pa. Debbie Zapotocky...................... 250.87 1/19/94 La Salle Philadelphia, Pa. Cory Feulner............................... 238.95 12/10/94 Seton Hall Lewisburg, Pa. Kathy Karpuk............................. 238.50 2/24/76 Shippensburg Shippensburg, Pa. Elaine Lammey........................... 235.50 1/16/88 Lehigh Lewisburg, Pa. Sarah Petcavage.......................... 235.20 1/17/04 Colgate Lewisburg, Pa. Rebecca Bersani.......................... 232.35 10/28/06 Holy Cross Worcester, Mass.

One-Meter Diving (11 dives)

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

2003 1974 2003 1994 1986 2003 1988 1995 1999 2003

Sarah Petcavage.................376.45 Kathy Karpuk....................366.35 Victoria Fritz.....................343.70 Debbie Zapotocky.............310.00 Elaine Lammey..................300.90 Monica Smith....................294.65 Kristen Ehrgood................292.05 Cory Feulner......................291.85 Lori Adamczyk..................291.60 Erika Minerowicz..............288.70

200-Yard Medley Relay

Lewisburg,Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Bethlehem, Pa. Bethlehem,Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Princeton, N.J.

Three-Meter Diving (11 dives)

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

2005 2003 2004 2003 2005 2005 1974 1988 1994 1999

Erika Mannix.....................428.50 Sarah Petcavage.................407.65 Lisa Rockwell.....................388.70 Victoria Fritz.....................377.40 Stephanie Vogt..................354.90 Lauren Thomas..................348.05 Kathy Karpuk....................329.40 Elaine Lammey..................312.25 Debbie Zapotocky.............302.00 Stephanie Kofke................286.20

. 200-Yard Freestyle Relay 1. Goebel, Mongan, Lovallo, Warren............................1:33.45 2/19/09 PLC 2. Atkinson, Goebel, Mongan, Warren.........................1:33.59 2/18/10 PLC 3. Wright, Porcellio, Utkewicz, Goebel....................1:34.25 2/17/11 PLC 4. Faux, Krakowski, Reed, Scheffter.............................1:34.88 2/24/05 PLC 5. Wild, Golino, Krakowski, Freese...............................1:34.94 2/20/03 PLC 6. Wright, Perry, Porcellio, Utkewicz.....................1:35.45 2/18/12 PLC 7. Reed, Krakowski, Munson, Scheffter.......................1:35.50 2/23/06 PLC 8. Scheffter, Krakowski, Goeller, Freese.......................1:35.52 2/26/04 PLC 9. Munson, Mongan, Skroski, Scheffter.......................1:35.58 2/16/07 PLC 10. Wright, Porcellio, Utkewicz, Goebel....................1:36.40 11/19/10 RU Invit. 400-Yard Freestyle Relay 1. Goebel, Mongan, Lovallo, Warren............................3:25.92 2/19/09 PLC 2. Warren, Atkinson, Mongan, Goebel.........................3:27.73 2/18/10 PLC 3. Goebel, Wright, Porcellio, Utkewicz...................3:27.75 2/17/11 PLC 4. Wright, Perry, Porcellio, Utkewicz.....................3:28.45 2/18/12 PLC 5. Hartnett, Maguire, Klawon, Grunow.......................3:30.09 2/20/93 PLC 6. Wright, Porcellio, Utkewicz, Goebel...................3:30.19 11/19/10 RU Invit. 7. Faux, Scheffter, Krakowski, Altman.........................3:30.70 2/26/05 PLC Warren, Mongan, Goebel, Atkinson.........................3:30.70 12/6/09 Bucknell Open 9. Goeller, Altman, Scheffter, Freese............................3:30.80 2/28/04 PLC 10. Freese, Cancro, Altman, Golino................................3:32.37 2/22/03 PLC

800-Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Faas, Dolan, Altman, Cancro.....................................7:35.25 2/21/03 2. Porcellio, Perry, Pontecorvo, Koziol..................7:36.24 2/18/12 3. Chakany, Mongan, Shepherd, Lovallo......................7:37.57 2/20/09 4. Atkinson, Mongan, Porcellio, Chakany..................7:38.08 2/19/10 5. Faas, Donley, Cancro, Altman...................................7:38.25 2/27/04 6. Woodward, Mongan, Skroski, Donley......................7:39.75 2/17/07 7. Goeller, Donley, Skroski, Altman..............................7:40.85 2/25/05 8. Dolan, Faas, Feinthel, Cancro...................................7:41.16 2/15/02 9. Pontecorvo, Porcellio, Sweeney, Besman........ 7:41.55 2/17/11 10. Neligan, Lyons, Donley, Altman...............................7:42.05 2/24/06

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC

Year-by-Year Records Year Record Head Coach 1973-74 5-3 Montgomery 1974-75 4-8 Montgomery 1975-76 4-5 Montgomery 1976-77 1-7 Smith 1977-78 2-7 Brennan 1978-79 5-3 Brennan 1979-80 7-1 Feldmann 1980-81 11-2 Feldmann 1981-82 9-3 Feldmann 1982-83 7-5 Comer 1983-84 9-3 Comer 1984-85 10-4 Comer 1985-86 4-7 Comer 1986-87 8-2 Comer 1987-88 4-4 Comer 1988-89 3-6-1 Comer 1989-90 6-4 Comer 1990-91 6-4 Kachmarik 1991-92 8-2 Kachmarik 1992-93 8-2 Kachmarik

1993-94 10-1 1994-95 10-1 1995-96 8-2 1996-97 8-3 1997-98 11-2 1998-99 6-4 1999-00 4-4 2000-01 6-3 2001-02 5-2 2002-03 6-0 2003-04 6-0 2004-05 4-3 2005-06 5-3 2006-07 3-5-1 2007-08 4-4 2008-09 7-3 2009-10 7-3 2010-11 7-4 2011-12 5-4 Totals 244-133-2

Kachmarik Kachmarik Kachmarik Kachmarik Kachmarik Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Foley Schinnerer Schinnerer Schinnerer Schinnerer Schinnerer Schinnerer 39 years

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Women’s Champions East Coast Conference Champions

1982-83 (5th at Drexel) Kathy Hoey........................ 1650 Free............ 17:54.87 1983-84 (3rd at Hofstra) Sue Knight........................... 50 Free....................24.87 Kathy Lynch....................... 100 Back................1:00.68 Kathy Lynch....................... 200 Free................1:55.56 1984-85 (2nd at Lafayette) Sue Knight........................... 50 Free....................25.28 Kathy Lynch....................... 100 Back................1:00.60 Kathy Lynch....................... 200 Back................2:10.56 Cheryl Trepp....................... 500 Free................5:12.60 Cheryl Trepp...................... 1650 Free............ 17:59.88 800 Free Relay...................................................7:57.97 Schwalbe, Trepp, Oliver, Lynch 1985-86 (2nd at Delaware) Kathy Lynch....................... 100 Back................1:01.33 Kathy Lynch....................... 200 Back................2:10.82 1986-87 (1st at Drexel) Kathy Lynch....................... 500 Free................5:11.01 Kathy Lynch....................... 200 Back................2:08.88 Susan Orth.......................... 200 Fly.................2:11.21 800 Free Relay...................................................7:54.42 Hirtler, Oliver, Schwalbe, Lynch 1987-88 (3rd at Lafayette) None 1988-89 (3rd at Delaware) Kelly Appler.......................100 Breast..............1:10.41 1989-90 (4th at Drexel) Margaret Grunow................ 50 Free....................24.22 Margaret Grunow............... 100 Free...................52.38 Margaret Grunow............... 200 Free................1:53.76

Patriot League Champions

1990-91 (2nd at Fordham) Margaret Grunow............... 100 Free...................53.08 Margaret Grunow............... 200 Free................1:55.37 200 Free Relay...................................................1:37.88 Hartnett, Gillespie, Grunow, Klawon 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:34.97 Appler, Grunow, Hartnett, Falcione 400 Medley Relay..............................................4:01.23 Hartnett, Grunow, Falcione, Banashek 1991-92 (2nd at Army) Margaret Grunow................ 50 Free....................23.58 Margaret Grunow............... 100 Free...................51.11 Margaret Grunow................ 100 Fly....................56.52 Kathleen Hartnett.............. 100 Back...................58.38 Kathleen Hartnett.............. 200 Back................2:03.61 200 Free Relay...................................................1:38.14 Hartnett, Boles, DiLenge, Grunow 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:48.79 Hartnett, Boles, Grunow, DiLenge Margaret Grunow................ Co-Swimmer of the Meet Lynn Kachmarik............................... Coach of the Year 1992-93 (2nd at Colgate) Linda Fink.......................... 1650 Free............ 17:25.97 Margaret Grunow................ 50 Free....................23.88 Margaret Grunow............... 100 Free...................51.77 Margaret Grunow................ 100 Fly....................56.71 Kathleen Hartnett.............. 200 Back................2:05.60 200 Free Relay...................................................1:36.87 Hartnett, DiLenge, Klawon, Grunow 400 Free Relay Grunow, Maguire, Klawon, Hartnett 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:48.00 Hartnett, Gillespie, Grunow, Klawon 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:54.96 Hartnett, Grunow, Gillespie, Klawon Margaret Grunow................ Co-Swimmer of the Meet

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1993-94 (3rd at Fordham) 200 Free Relay...................................................1:39.01 Klawon, Hartnett, DiLenge, Maguire 400 Free Relay...................................................3:34.13 Klawon, Hartnett, DiLenge, Maguire 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:50.88 Brooks, Gillespie, Klawon, Hartnett 400 Medley Relay..............................................4:01.64 Brooks, Gillespie, Klawon, Hartnett 1994-95 (2nd at Navy) Jeanne Klawon.................... 50 Free....................24.18 Jen Myers........................... 100 Back...................58.63 Jen Myers........................... 200 Back................2:03.30 Jen Myers.............................200 IM.................2:09.78 Jen Myers............................ Co-Swimmer of the Meet 1995-96 (4th at Colgate) Jen Myers........................... 200 Back................2:05.91 1996-97 (5th at Army) Jen Myers........................... 100 Back...................58.40 Jen Myers........................... 200 Back................2:05.93 Kate Wood............................400 IM.................4:33.16 1997-98 (3rd at Colgate) Jen Myers........................... 100 Back...................59.29 Jen Myers........................... 200 Back................2:05.05 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:57.01 Myers, Wilson, Brendemarti, Baker 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:48.86 Myers, Wilson, Brandemarti, Baker 1998-99 (4th at Navy) Molly Lowe...........................400 IM.................4:30.34 1999-2000 (4th at Army) 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:55.52 Golino, Wilson, Mosler, Weaver 2000-01 (2nd at Colgate) None 2001-02 (2nd at Navy) Meghan Freese.................... 50 Free....................24.10 Daniela Faas...................... 1650 Free............ 17:13.27 Jerry Foley ....................................... Coach of the Year 2002-03 (1st at Bucknell) Lectie Altman..................... 200 Free................1:53.11 Jamie Flick.........................100 Breast..............1:04.69 Jamie Flick.........................200 Breast..............2:20.30 Meghan Freese.................... 50 Free....................23.32 Meghan Freese................... 100 Free...................51.09 Darby Golino...................... 100 Back...................57.36 Darby Golino...................... 200 Back................2:02.27 200 Free Relay...................................................1:34.94 Wild, Krakowski, Freese, Flick 800 Free Relay...................................................7:35.25 Faas, Dolan, Altman, Cancro 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:44.35 Golino, Flick, Krakowski, Freese 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:49.54 Golino, Krakowski, Freese, Flick Jerry Foley ....................................... Coach of the Year

Rebecca Scheffter................ 50 Free....................23.81 Rebecca Scheffter............... 100 Free...................51.58 200 Free Relay...................................................1:34.88 Faux, Krakowski, Reed, Scheffter 800 Free Relay...................................................7:40.85 Goeller, Donley, Skroski, Altman 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:43.99 Altman, Flick, Krakowski, Scheffter 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:47.48 Altman, Flick, Krakowski, Scheffter Jerry Foley....................................... Coach of the Year 2005-06 (1st at Navy) Lectie Altman..................... 200 Back................2:00.87 Katherine Munson.............. 200 Fly.................2:04.54 2006-07 (2nd at Bucknell) None 2007-08 (3rd at Navy) Courtney Warren............... 100 Back...................57.07 2008-09 (3rd at Bucknell) Errol Carter.......................... Diving Coach of the Year 2009-10 (2nd at Navy) Courtney Warren............... 100 Back...................54.55 2010-11 (3rd at Bucknell) Molly Goebel....................... 50 Free....................23.29 2011-12 (3rd at Navy) Tara Boyle..........................1m Diving................243.40 Errol Carter.......................... Diving Coach of the Year

Eastern Champions

1992-93 (ECACs) Margaret Grunow................ 100 Fly....................56.30 1996-97 (ECACs) Jen Myers........................... 200 Back................2:03.93 2008-09 (ECACs) Courtney Warren............... 100 Back...................55.53 2009-10 (ECACs) Courtney Warren............... 100 Back...................55.08

Most Individual Conference Titles

Name...................... Graduation Year........ Titles Margaret Grunow.................. 1993........................... 12 Jen Myers.............................. 1998............................. 9 Kathy Lynch.......................... 1987............................. 8 Lectie Altman........................ 2006............................. 5 Meghan Freese...................... 2004............................. 5 Kathleen Hartnett................. 1994............................. 3 Jamie Flick............................. 2005............................. 2 Sue Knight............................. 1987............................. 2 Katherine Munson................ 2007............................. 2 Rebecca Scheffter.................. 2007............................. 2 Courtney Warren.................. 2010............................. 2

2003-04 (1st at Navy) Lectie Altman..................... 200 Back................2:01.67 Daniela Faas.........................400 IM.................4:26.13 Jackie Feinthel.................... 200 Fly.................2:08.33 Meghan Freese.................... 50 Free....................23.27 Meghan Freese................... 100 Free...................51.04 800 Free Relay...................................................7:38.25 Faas, Donley, Cancro, Altman 2004-05 (1st at Bucknell) Lectie Altman..................... 100 Back...................56.85 Lectie Altman..................... 200 Back................2:01.57 Laura Goeller........................400 IM.................4:28.04 Katherine Munson.............. 200 Fly.................2:06.58

Jamie Flick ’05

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Men’s Season Preview Bucknell is picked to finish in second place in the Patriot League Preseason Poll. It’s a position the Bison have claimed four times in head coach Dan Schinnerer’s first six seasons on the pool deck. However, in 2013, Bucknell will have to have some new names step up for the Bison to keep their spot near the top of the Patriot League standings. “We graduated a big senior class and lost a lot of points on paper,” mentioned Schinnerer, a two-time Patriot League Men’s Swimming Coach of the Year. “We have a big freshman class coming in. It’s talented. It has the ability to step in and fill a big piece of the void, but we also need our returning guys to step up. We need individuals to step up and take that No. 1 spot in a number of events that was held by someone who graduated last year. “It’s going to be a different feel on the team this year. A lot of the guys that graduated were contributors from day one. It will be difficult, but it’s exciting to see the new faces.” Bucknell’s 2012 senior class was a large and talented one. The eight-member class - Thomas Brown, Gonzalo DeLeon, Nathaniel Frye, Taylor Harris, Stephen McMillin, Evan Palumbo, Matthew Segar and Eric Sokolosky - combined for 15 All-Patriot League certificates, 48 top-10 finishes at the Patriot League Championships and 23 individual program top-10 marks, including a pair of school records. While that impressive list of accomplishments is gone, plenty of talent remains. The returning Bison have combined for nine All-Patriot League honors, 35 top-10 finishes at the Patriot League Championships and 26 individual program top-10 marks, including three school records. Expected to lead the way in 2012-13 are returning All-Patriot League selections Mike Nicholson, Christian Treat, Erik Heinemann and Billy Krause. Nicholson, Treat and Krause have each been recognized multiple times with All-League citations. Treat and Krause, both seniors, were voted team captains along with classmate Matthew Stevens and junior Trevor Reitz. Sprint Freestyle: Four-time All-Patriot League selection Sokolosky is gone, but the cupboard is certainly not bare. Reitz, senior Bryce Suchomel and junior Daniel Wallace should be big contributors. Reitz owns program top-10 times in both the 50 and 100 free and scored in both events, in addition to the 100 fly, at last year’s Patriot League Championships. He is no longer a member of the Bucknell men’s water polo team and is devoting all his athletic efforts to swimming. Suchomel scored in the 50 free at Patriots last year, while Wallace scored in the 100, 200 and 500 free at the ECAC Championships. “Soko was obviously a big loss,” explained Schinnerer. “But the returning guys all had great seasons. Danny Wallace, especially, had a great end of the season and I hope that will translate to this year.” Schinnerer also thinks freshmen Steve Grune, Cameron James and Chris Ortiz, in addition to the versatile Treat and junior Matt Hadley, could add depth. Mid/Distance Freestyle: “Like most disciplines, there will be seven or eight swimmers in the mix here,” said Schinnerer, who likes to have versatile swimmers on his teams. Behind Segar, the mid-distance freestyle group was relatively young last year, which should help this season. Hadley, Wallace and James will swim the 200, while sophomores George Beatty, Collin Greene and Heinemann will swim the 500 free and longer distances. All three of those swimmers competed in the 500 at the Patriot League Championships with Heinemann’s ninth-place finish topping the group, while Beatty (6th) and Greene (9th) finished in the top 10 of the 1,650 free at the league meet. Heinemann followed his rookie season at Bucknell with a trip to the U.S. Olympic Trials, where he swam the 200 fly. “The Olympic Trials were part of a progression he is on,” commented Schinnerer about Heinemann’s summer experience that he shared with Nicholson (400 IM), current women’s team member Emily Norton (200 breast) and 2012 graduate Segar (200 free). “It was a good next step for him as he continues to improve.” In addition to the veterans, Schinnerer expects freshmen Jeff Shanley and Brian Phillips to add quality depth to the distance events. Backstroke: There are plenty of spaces to fill and a lot of opportunities since the Bison lost Brown, DeLeon and Harris to graduation. Hadley and Suchomel,

a PL scorer in the 100 back, will fill the 100, while Schinnerer thinks freshmen Wes Marberry, JT Nangle and Will Rappaport have potential and could factor in as well. “Backstroke is definitely an area where we will need people to step up, perhaps more than any other event,” said Schinnerer. “Billy Krause has dabbled in the back and he could see some opportunities too.” Breaststroke: “While we did lose a lot across all events, we didn’t lose too much at breaststroke,” mentioned Schinnerer. “This will be a really strong event for us.” Leading the way will be Treat, who recorded second-place finishes in both the 100 and 200 breast at Patriots en route to his first career First Team All-Patriot League certificate after a pair of second-team honors. Tim Perley, who showed some promise as a freshman last year, and Stevens, who has been consistent throughout his career, will also see time at breast. Additionally, Nicholson, who ranks No. 2 in program history in the 200 breast, will swim it some. However, Schinnerer notes that Nicholson is so valuable elsewhere that he won’t often swim it. Schinnerer does know Nicholson will make the most of his chances after seeing him win the event each of the four times he swam it in 2011-12. Junior Marshall Lambert, who competed at the ECAC Championships in 2012, will add depth at both breaststroke distances. Butterfly: Reitz, who ranks seventh in program history in the 100 fly, and Suchomel will be the main names in the 100, while the deeper pool of Heinemann, Krause, Nicholson and senior Mike Davitt will swim the 200. Schinnerer notes that Heinemann didn’t swim the fly much as a freshman, but that he will likely be utilized more, likely at both the 100 and 200 distances. Additionally, Grune will swim the 100, adding to the depth behind Reitz, who finished 12th at the Patriot League meet in the event. Nicholson is the school record holder in the 200 fly and he has two career Patriot League Championships finals appearances in the event, even though it is not necessarily his primary focus. Junior Edward Jew will also add some experience and depth to both fly distances. IM: While Nicholson, the owner of three school records (200 fly, 200 IM, 400 IM) and five program top-10 marks, can swim virtually any event, his real forte is the IM races. He set both school records at the 2011 Patriot League Championships and has finished in the top two of both events twice at the conference meet, winning the gold medal in the 400 IM as a freshman in 2011. “The IMs are Mike’s best events because he is such a good all-around swimmer,” explained Schinnerer. “By training him to be a 400 IMer you cover pretty much all your bases.” Treat, who held the school record in the 200 IM briefly before Nicholson, will continue to be an asset there, while Krause ranks in the top five of both IM events and has scored in each distance three times at the conference meet. Schinnerer also forecasts Stevens to swim the 200 and Heinemann the 400, while he thinks Rappaport could be in the lineup at both distances. Relays: Bucknell’s relays will look considerably different in 2012-13 than from anytime in the recent past. Brown, Frye, Harris, Segar and Sokolosky dominated the relays over the last few years, but all have graduated. Instead, Schinnerer will have to find new names to slide into a number of the relays alongside holdovers Treat, Reitz and Suchomel. “The relays are indicative of how we will do this year,” predicted Schinnerer. “They are going to look very different and if they are still right up there challenging school records and posting top-three finishes at the conference meet, then that is a byproduct of us developing. If our relays take a step back, then we are probably not where we want to be as a team.” Diving: Sophomore Jon Jones, who gained the experience of competing at the Patriot League Championships last February, is the lone returning diver for the Bison. However, he will be joined by freshmen Patrick Alverman and Tyler Wenzel. “We are excited to have three guys on the boards again for the first time in a number of years,” said Schinnerer. “We are going to have to see some development from the young group.”

Erik Heinemann

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Men’s Profiles

Bold - top-10 time/score * - Bucknell record

Patrick Alvermann Fr. • Victor, N.Y. • Diving

High School/Personal: Patrick Michael Alverman ... born May 27, 1994 in Rockville, Md. ... son of John and Kelly Alverman ... earned six letters in swimming & diving and two in volleyball at McQuaid Jesuit High School ... two-time All-Greater Rochester Honorable Mention for diving ... City-Catholic All-Star ... team captain ... two-time Section V and New York State volleyball champions ... has three brothers, John, Andrew and Thomas ... majoring in mathematics.

George Beatty

So. • Chapel Hill, N.C. • Mid-Distance/Distance Free Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:48.94 • 500 Free: 4:41.14 • 1,000 Free: 9:36.50 • 1,650 Free: 15:57.50

• 100 Fly: 57.58 • 200 Fly: 1:55.96 • 400 IM: 4:08.52

Ranks third in program history in the 1,000 free and fifth in the 1,650 free. 2011-12: Finished sixth in the 1,650 free at the Patriot League Championships … scored a 13th-place finish in the 400 IM at the PL meet … also swam the 500 free at the Patriot League Championships and finished 22nd … competed in freestyle, butterfly and IM throughout season … captured the 1,000 free in dual meet win at Lehigh … season-best 1,000 free time (9:36.50) came during 1,650 at the Patriot League Championships … set four season-best times at November’s Bucknell Invitational … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Richard George Beatty ... born Dec. 11, 1992 in Alexandria, Va. ... son of Richard and Susan Beatty ... 2A North Carolina state record holder in the 500 free ... all-conference selection ... team captain ... has one brother, Charles ... major is undeclared.

Collin Greene

So. • Suwanee, Ga. • Mid-Distance/Distance Free Career Bests

• 200 Free: 1:47.68 • 500 Free: 4:39.31 • 1,000 Free: 9:57.38

2011-12: Predominantly a freestyle swimmer … swam freestyle distances from 200 to 1,650 … also swam 200 fly in most meets … Patriot League scorer in the 1,650 free (9th) and 200 fly (16th) … also competed in 200 free (18th) at PL meet … set season bests in all three events at PL Championships … time of 16:12.89 in 1,650 free at PL Championships placed him less than one second from 10th place on school’s record list. High School/Personal: Collin Christopher Greene ... born July 17, 1992 in Lawerenceville, Ga. ... son of Chris and June Greene ... received All-America consideration in the 500 free ... helped Mercersburg Academy to Eastern Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championship title in 2010 ... All-MAPL selection ... Scholastic All-American ... two-year team captain ... earned four letters in swimming at Mercersburg ... father was a member of the swimming team at Penn State and is a former Bucknell Freas-Rooke Pool record holder in the 200 fly ... uncle, Pete, also swam at Penn State ... has one sister, Annie … major is undeclared.

Steve Grune

Fr. • Darien, Conn. • Sprint Free/Fly High School/Personal: Steven Brian Grune Jr. ... born April 12, 1994 in Darien, Conn. ... son of Steve and Nancy Grune ... four-year member of swimming and water polo teams at The Lawrenceville School ... team captain of both teams as a senior ... All-American in 200 and 400 free relays in 2010-11 ... also an All-American in 400 free relay in 2009-10 ... USA Swimming Sectional qualifier in 2010-11 with the Piranha Swim Team in Darien, Conn. ... has one sister, Natalie, and one brother, Kevin ... mother and father were members of the swimming and diving team at Denison University ... major is undeclared.

Mike Davitt

Sr. • Lake Forest, Ill. • IM/Fly/Free • 100 Fly: 52.02 • 200 Fly: 1:55.03 • 200 IM: 1:57.08 • 400 IM: 4:13.45 • 50 Free: 23.69

Career Bests

• 100 Free: 49.64 • 200 Free: 1:46.85 • 500 Free: 4:55.43 • 100 Back: 56.43

Two-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12: Competed in fly, IM, free and back events … primary events were 100 fly, 200 fly and 200 IM … set season bests in 200 fly and 200 IM at the Bucknell Invitational … set season best in 100 fly during prelims of ECAC Championships … competed in all three primary events at ECAC Championships, finishing 12th (200 fly), 20th (100 fly) and 30th (200 IM) … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Patriot League scorer in 200 fly (14th) ... set season best in 100 fly during ECAC preliminary ... set season bests in 200 fly, 200 IM and 400 IM in PL Championship preliminary ... raced in 13 of 14 meets in 2011 ... named to PL Academic Honor Roll. 2009-10: Raced in five of 12 meets in 2010 due to an injury ... registered four top-10 finishes in 200 fly ... had three top-10 finishes in 100 fly. High School/Personal: Four-year swimming letterwinner at Lake Forest High School ... also earned two letters in water polo ... earned national swimming academic honors in 2007-08 and 2008-09 ... also earned national water polo academic honors in 2009 ... swimming team captain as a senior ... has two sisters ... sister, Tricia, was a member of the women’s crew team at Cal ... sister, Allie, was a member of the women’s swimming & diving team at Columbia ... major is management.

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• 1,650 Free: 16:12.89 • 200 Fly: 1:56.35

Matt Hadley

Jr. • Mt. Kisco, N.Y. • Mid-Distance Free/IM/Back Career Bests

• 50 Free: 21.78 • 100 Free: 47.05 • 200 Free: 1:41.45 • 500 Free: 4:41.19

• 100 Back: 53.31 • 200 Back: 1:58.12 • 200 IM: 1:58.09

Part of 800 free relay team that ranks fourth in program history. 2011-12: Mid-distance freestyler … swam the 100, 200 and 500 free at ECAC Championships … set season bests in all three at ECAC Championships … six top-five finishes in 200 free during regular-season dual meets … also raced in 100 and 200 back three times each … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Patriot League scorer in 100 back (16th) and 200 free (15th) ... had five top-10 finishes in 100 back ... had six top-10 finishes in 200 back ... had seven top10 finishes in 200 free ... had top-five times for Bison in 100 back (4th) and 200 back (5th) ... raced in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Born Dec. 2, 1991 in Bronxville, N.Y. ... son of James and Pam Hadley ... named an All-America, all-section, all-county and all-league swimmer at Horace Greeley High School ... team captain ... named Section I outstanding swimmer in 2010 ... Journal News Westchester/Putnam Boys Swimmer of the Year in 2010 ... high school teammate of fellow Bison junior Mike Nicholson ... has two siblings, Emma and Tyler ... majoring in biology.

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Men’s Profiles

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Erik Heinemann

Jon Jones

So. • Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y. • Fly/Distance Free Career Bests

• 100 Fly: 52.78 • 200 Fly: 1:50.23 • 500 Free: 4:32.75 • 1,000 Free: 9:44.53

• 1,650 Free: 16:02.47 • 200 IM: 2:00.49 • 400 IM: 4:02.22

Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200 fly … posted a time of 2:04.60 to finish 100th of 134 swimmers at the meet in Omaha, Neb. … top 10 in Bison history in 200 fly (2nd), 400 IM (5th), 500 free (4th), 1,650 free (7th), 1,000 free (10th). 2011-12: Second Team All-Patriot League selection … three top-10 finishes at the Patriot League Championships … finished sixth in the 400 IM, seventh in the 200 fly and ninth in the 500 free … set program top-10 marks in all three events at PL Championships … won the 1,000 free in dual meet vs. La Salle … posted seven second-place finishes in various events during regular season … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Erik Leister Heinemann ... born Oct. 3, 1992 in Huntington, N.Y. ... son of Steven and Kirsten Heinemann ... graduated as the Cold Spring Harbor High School record holder in the 100 fly, 500 free, 200 IM and 200 medley relay ... team co-captain as a senior ... county champion in 100 fly and 500 free ... two-time All-Long Island selection ... four-time all-county choice ... New York State Championships qualifier three times ... captain of Section VIII Championships as a senior ... recipient of Matthew Lynch Award for outstanding leadership, sportsmanship and achievement ... elected to Cold Spring Harbor High School Hall of Fame ... two-time Cold Spring Harbor MVP ... received Bill Foxen Athletic Scholarship for leadership, exemplary work ethic and community involvement, Love of the Game and extraordinary athletic initiative and achievement ... USA Swimming and NCSA Junior National Qualifier ... “B” finalist in 200 fly at 2011 USA Swimming Michigan Grand Prix while swimming for Long Island Athletics Club ... father swam at Maryland ... mother, Kirsten (Schubauer) Heinemann, is a 1981 Bucknell graduate who was a co-captain of the Bison women’s tennis team as a senior ... brother, Andrew, was a member of Bucknell’s Class of 2012 ... grandfather, James Schubauer, is a 1956 Bucknell graduate ... major is undeclared.

Cameron James

Fr. • Fallston, Md. • Free/Breast/IM High School/Personal: Cameron Taylor James ... born Dec. 16, 1993 in Baltimore, Md. ... son of Carl and Lori James ... four-year member of varsity swimming team ... also played two years of water polo ... swimming team captain as a senior ... two-time member of All-MIAA Team ... USA Swimming Scholastic All-American ... All-American Relay Team member ... three-time All-Maryland Swim Team member ... Maryland Swimming Senior Athlete Representative as a senior ... has one sister, Samantha ... major is undeclared.

Edward Jew

Jr. • Pittsburgh, Pa. • Fly/IM • 100 Fly: 53.30 • 200 Fly: 1:56.26 • 200 IM: 2:02.08

Career Bests

• 400 IM: 4:23.55 • 200 Free: 1:46.89

2011-12: Competed mainly in the 100 fly, 200 fly and 200 IM … swam in the 200 fly at ECACs … 10 top10 finishes during season, including three sixth-place showings in season-opening meet vs. UMBC. 2010-11: Four top-10 finishes in 400 IM ... finished in top 10 three times in 200 IM ... had three top-10 finishes in 200 fly ... had three top-10 finishes at UMBC in 50 fly (8th), 100 fly (7th) and 200 fly (7th) ... competed in 13 of 14 meets in 2011. High School/Personal: Born July 10, 1991 in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... son of Lisa Jew, a 1981 graduate of Bucknell ... earned two letters in swimming at Upper St. Clair High School ... 2010 WPIAL district runner-up ... All-American in 400 free relay ... has one sister, Darby ... majoring in economics.

So. • Uniontown, Pa. • Diving • 1-M: 226.80

Career Bests

• 3-M: 255.15

Ranks in top 10 in program history off both boards: one-meter (7th) and three-meter (5th). 2011-12: Patriot League scorer off both boards, finishing 12th off the three-meter and 13th off the one-meter … only Bison diver to compete at the PL meet … first career victory in an event came off threemeter board at Colgate … 11 total top-five showings … set season best off one-meter board in finals of first career meet, the Bucknell Invitational … season best off three-meter board came vs. Army. High School/Personal: Jonathan Edward Jones ... born May 13, 1993 in Uniontown, Pa. ... son of William and Kathryn Jones ... earned four letters in swimming & diving and cross country at Uniontown Area High School ... also a four-year member of the track & field team ... two-time diving team captain ... two-time WPIAL diving champion ... cross country team captain as a senior ... has five siblings: Andrew, Christopher, Timothy, Joseph and Daniel ... major is undeclared.

Billy Krause

Sr. • Huntington Bay, N.Y. • IM/Fly Career Bests

• 200 IM: 1:50.96 • 400 IM: 3:57.30 • 100 Fly: 53.34 • 200 Fly: 1:51.08 • 100 Back: 55.03 • 200 Back: 1:55.93

• 50 Free: 23.58 • 100 Free: 49.89 • 200 Free: 1:46.03 • 500 Free: 4:33.85 • 100 Breast: 1:00.99

Three-time All-Patriot League Second Team selection ... owns Bucknell top-10 marks in 400 IM (3rd), 200 fly (4th), 200 IM (5th) and 500 free (7th) … finished in top 10 in eight of nine career Patriot League Championships races. 2011-12: Second Team All-Patriot League selection … set career-best time in 500 free at ECAC Championships … finished seventh in the 500 free at ECACs … also had a fifth-place finish (400 IM) and a 17th-place showing (200 back) at the end-of-season meet … scored in three events at the Patriot League Championships … placed fifth in the 400 IM, ninth in the 200 fly and 11th in the 200 IM … times in each of those events were season bests … won the 500 free against Colgate for only victory of season … registered six runner-up finishes and four third-place showings. 2010-11: Second Team All-Patriot League selection ... set career-best times in 200 IM, 400 IM, 200 fly, 100 back and 200 back ... PL scorer in 200 IM (5th), 400 IM (6th) and 200 fly (9th) ... had eight top-10 finishes in 200 back ... posted six top-five finishes in 200 IM ... registered five top-10 finishes in 400 IM fly ... competed in 11 of 14 meets in 2011. 2009-10: Second Team All-Patriot League selection ... Patriot League scorer in 200 IM (8th), 400 IM (6th) and 200 fly (6th) ... six top-10 finishes in 200 IM ... posted six top-five times in 400 IM ... registered 10 top-10 finishes in 200 fly ... had six top-10 finishes in 200 back. High School/Personal: Four-year swimming letterwinner at Saint Anthony’s High School ... 2009 All-American in 200 IM ... four-time all-league, all-county and all-state selection ... two-time team MVP ... Jack Kennedy Career Award winner as a senior ... CHSAA Sportsmanship Award winner ... team captain as a senior ... sister, Kaitlin, was a member of swimming team at Siena ... sister, Colleen, swam at Loyola (Md.) ... father, Bill, played college lacrosse ... majoring in management.

Billy Krause

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Men’s Profiles

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Marshall Lambert

Jr. • Bryn Mawr, Pa. • Breast/IM Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 1:00.85 • 200 Breast: 2:12.88 • 50 Free: 22.31

• 200 IM: 2:05.58 • 100 Fly: 55.07

2011-12: Focused efforts on the 100 breast, 200 breast and 50 free throughout the season … posted season-best time in 100 breast vs. George Washington … 200 breast season-best mark came vs. Columbia … capped season at ECAC Championships with a season-best mark in the 50 free … also competed in 100 and 200 breast at ECACs … best overall finish in a race was fourth (200 breast vs. Colgate). 2010-11: Five top-10 finishes in 100 breast ... posted fifth-best 100 breast time among Bison ... competed in 11 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Born Sept. 16, 1992 in Bryn Mawr, Pa. ... son of Dennis and Robin Lambert ... helped Boyertown Area High School to PIAA District I team title ... placed 13th in 100 breaststroke and seventh in the 200 medley relay at 2010 state meet at Kinney Natatorium ... took 25th place at 2010 YMCA Short Course Nationals ... majoring in political science.

Wes Marberry

Fr. • Evanston, Ill. • IM/Back/Breast High School/Personal: Wesley Phares Marberry ... born Feb. 27, 1994 in Long Branch, N.J. ... son of Richard and Sara Marberry ... earned four varsity letters for swimming at Evanston Township High School ... also a three-year member of water polo team and a freshman letterwinner on baseball squad ... swimming team captain as a senior ... held team record in the 100 breast and 200 medley relay at time of graduation ... three-time all-conference selection in swimming ... two-time all-state choice ... two-time water polo all-conference honoree ... first-team all-sectional in water polo as a senior ... MVP of both swimming and water polo squads ... majoring in engineering.

JT Nangle

Fr. • West Harrison, N.Y. • Back/Sprint Free High School/Personal: James Townley Nangle ... born April 1, 1994 in White Plains, N.Y. ... son of Tom and Susan Nangle ... six-time swimming letterwinner at Harrison High School ... also played varsity baseball for one year and varsity golf for two ... graduated with five school swimming records ... four-time swimming all-league selection ... two-time all-section honoree ... two-time Journal News All-Star ... threetime team captain ... Second One State team captain ... two-time Junior National Qualifier ... National Honor Society member ... AP Scholar with Distinction ... has one younger brother, Ryan ... father played football at Iona College ... major is undeclared.

Mike Nicholson

Jr. • Chappaqua, N.Y. • IM/Breast/Fly Career Bests

• 200 IM: 1:49.75* • 400 IM: 3:52.09* • 100 Fly: 51.61 • 200 Fly: 1:48.57*

• 200 Back: 1:56.21 • 100 Breast: 59.04 • 200 Breast: 2:01.71 • 1,000 Free: 9:40.35

Owns Bucknell school record in three events: 200 IM (1:49.75), 400 IM (3:52.09) and 200 fly (1:48.57) … also ranks in top 10 in program history in the 200 breast (2nd) and 1,000 free (7th) … also part of 400 medley relay that ranks No. 10 in school history … qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in at the Santa Clara International Grand Prix in June 2012 … one of four

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Bison to swim at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials … tied for 75th out of 109 in the 400 IM at the event in Omaha, Neb. ... two-time First Team AllPatriot League selection … two-time Mid-Major Honorable Mention AllAmerican. 2011-12: First Team All-Patriot League selection … three-time Patriot League Male Swimmer of the Week … two-time Bison Athlete of the Week … Mid-Major Honorable Mention All-American … 2012 Patriot League scorer in 200 IM (2nd), 400 IM (2nd) and 200 fly (6th) … first Bison since 1993 to win two ECAC titles in same year after capturing 200 breast and 400 IM at ECAC Championships … also placed second in 200 IM at ECACs … 200 breast time at ECACs was 1.74 seconds ahead of the runner-up in the race … 29 first-place finishes … did not place lower than second in the 200 IM or 400 IM all season … did not finish lower than second in 200 fly during regular season … finished first in 200 breast in all three races during regular season and finals of ECACs … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Selected to All-Patriot League First Team ... three-time Patriot League Male Swimmer of the Week ... two-time Bison Athlete of the Week ... Mid-Major Honorable Mention All-American ... finished first in PL Championships in 400 IM ... 2011 Patriot League scorer in 400 IM (1st), 200 IM (2nd) and 200 fly (7th) ... had five first-place finishes in 200 IM ... had six first-place finishes in 400 IM ... had six first-place finishes in 200 fly ... had top-five 2010-11 Bucknell times in 200 fly (1st), 200 IM (1st), 400 IM (1st), 100 IM (2nd), 1,000 free (3rd), 200 back (4th) and 200 breast (3rd) ... competed in 13 of 14 meets in 2011. High School/Personal: Born March 16, 1992 in Mt. Kisco, N.Y. ... son of James and Susan Nicholson ... named an All-American, all-league, all-section and allcounty at Horace Greeley High School ... 2010 Section I Co-Swimmer of the Year ... Section I record-holder in 200 IM ... team captain ... has two siblings, David and Amanda ... Amanda swam at Williams College and graduated with the school record in the 50 back ... high school teammate of fellow Bison swimmer Matt Hadley ... majoring in sociology and economics.

Chris Ortiz

Fr. • Ambler, Pa. • Sprint Free High School/Personal: Christopher Samuel Ortiz ... born June 13, 1994 in Manhasset, N.Y. ... son of Jorge Ortiz and Ann Chiodo ... four-year swimming letterwinner at Wissahickon High School ... also was a two-year member of track team and water polo squad ... three-time swimming team MVP ... state qualifier as a freshman ... state qualifier in the 50 free as a junior and senior ... also qualified for state meet in 100 free as a senior ... graduated with Wissahickon High School pool records in the 50 free and 100 free ... eight-time all-league choice, including six secondteam citations ... at least one all-league honor each year of high school ... school record holder in the 200 IM ... four-time district qualifier ... has three siblings, Anna, Alex and Sophia ... majoring in biology.

Tim Perley

So. • Harrison, N.Y. • Breast/IM Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 58.90 • 200 Breast: 2:10.24 • 200 IM: 1:56.78

• 50 Free: 22.98 • 100 Fly: 55.50

2011-12: Competed primarily in the 100 and 200 breast … swam in both events at the ECAC Championships, setting season bests in both at the meet … also swam in the 200 IM at ECACs … best finish in a race was first in the 50 breast in season-opening meet vs. UMBC … also placed second in the 100 breast and third in the 200 breast vs. Retrievers. High School/Personal: Timothy James Perley ... born Sept. 1, 1993 in White Plains, N.Y. ... son of Edward and Ellen Perley ... earned four varsity letters in swimming and three in football at Iona Preparatory School ... All-American in the 200 medley relay ... received All-America consideration in the 100 breast ... Junior National Qualifier ... four-time state championship qualifier ... two-time swimming team captain ... two-time team Most Valuable Swimmer ... winner of the CHSAA Jack Kennedy Career Award ... served as football team captain and quarterback as a senior ... first team all-league and all-state ... accounted for 2,400 total yards, 14 touchdowns and completed 72 percent of passes as a senior ... led Iona Prep to AAA state championship game ... Honorable Mention Westchester County Scholar-Athlete team ... U.S. Marines Corps winner for Best Athlete in the Iona Prep Class of 2011 ... has one older brother, Teddy, who served as team captain of Colgate’s swimming team in 201011 and 2011-12 ... major is undeclared.

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Men’s Profiles

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Brian Phillips

Ben Seketa

Fr. • Herndon, Va. • Distance Free High School/Personal: Brian Daniel Phillips ... born April 25, 1994 in Arlington, Va. ... son of Ron and Linda Phillips ... earned four letters in swimming at Oakton High School ... USA Swimming Scholastic AllAmerican ... NCSA Junior National qualifier ... helped squad to 2010 Virginia state team title ... four-time Potomac Valley Swimming Scholar-Athlete ... has one brother, Brad, who is a member of the swimming and diving team at Virginia and is a junior in 2012-13 ... majoring in engineering.

Will Rappaport

Fr. • Pound Ridge, N.Y. • IM/Back/Breast/Fly High School/Personal: William Louis Rappaport … born July 17, 1994 in Manhattan, N.Y. … son of Arthur and Madeline Rappaport … placed third in state meet in 200 IM in 2011 … 2012 sectional champion in 200 IM … only lost one race during 2012 dual-meet season … has one sister, Roxy ... major is undeclared.

So. • Camillus, N.Y. • Breast/IM/Free Career Bests

• 100 Breast: 56.74 • 200 Breast: 2:04.32 • 100 Free: 48.44

• 200 Free: 1:44.03 • 200 IM: 1:52.96

Ranks in top 10 in program history in 100 breast (7th), 200 breast (7th) and 200 IM (8th). 2011-12: Two-time scorer at the Patriot League Championships … finished sixth in the 100 and 200 breast at the league meet … set season-best times in both events at PL Championships … also swam the 200 IM, falling one place short of scoring … won the 100 breast three times during regular season … two victories in the 200 breast during regular season … did not finish below third in either event during regular season … six total first-place finishes … swam at ECAC Championships, finishing eighth (200 breast), ninth (200 IM) and 10th (100 breast) … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Benjamin David Seketa ... born Jan. 21, 1993 in Syracuse, N.Y. ... son of Amy Seketa ... 12-time Section III champion ... graduated with the Section III 200 medley relay record ... helped West Genesee to three Section III titles ... helped team to state championships all four years ... team captain as a senior ... has one brother, Tommy … majoring in civil engineering.

Jeff Shanley

Fr. • Wayne, N.J. • Distance Free/IM High School/Personal: Jeffrey Peter Shanley ... born April 6, 1994 in Wayne, N.J. ... son of Richard and Barbara Shanley ... four-year member of swimming team at Wayne Valley High School ... three-time New Jersey state qualifier ... four-time First Team AllPassaic County selection ... first-team all-conference ... team captain ... has one brother, Patrick ... cousin, Chris Shanley, played football at Temple ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

Trevor Reitz

Jr. • Boynton Beach, Fla. • Sprint Free/Fly Career Bests

• 50 Free: 20.87 • 100 Free: 45.69 • 200 Free: 1:46.23

• 100 Fly: 50.28 • 200 Fly: 1:53.42

Top 10 in Bison history in 100 free (7th), 100 fly (7th) and 50 free (8th) ... part of eight relays that show up on program’s top-10 lists, including record-holding 400 free relay … former member of Bison men’s water polo team (2010, 2011) ... posted 22 goals, 32 assists and 54 points for men’s water polo team in 2010 and 2011, drawing 24 starts ... two-time member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2011-12: Patriot League scorer in the 50 free (10th), 100 free (13th) and 100 fly (12th) … set season bests in all three events at Patriot League Championships … posted three first-place finishes in 100 fly during regular season … raced 10 times in first four meets and did not place lower than third … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Patriot League scorer in 50 free (11th), 100 free (7th), 100 fly (9th) ... had five top-five performances in 50 free ... had five top-10 performances in 100 free ... posted six top-10 performances in 100 fly ... registered top-five Bucknell times in 2010-11 in 100 fly (1st), 50 free (2nd), 100 free (2nd) and 200 fly (4th) ... member of PL Academic Honor Roll ... competed in seven of 14 races. High School/Personal: Born Oct. 27, 1991 in Boynton Beach, Fla. ... son of Chris and Debi Reitz ... four-year letterwinner in swimming and water polo at Gulliver Prep School ... three-time swimming captain and MVP ... state champ in 100 fly as a senior ... placed third in state in the 50 free as a junior ... three-time first-team all-county selection ... three-year team captain of water polo squad ... three-time all-county selection, including two first-team selections ... helped team to state title as a freshman ... garnered team’s Rookie of the Year award as an eighth grader ... majoring in biology.

Matthew Stevens

Sr. • Laurel, Md. • IM/Breast/Free Career Bests

• 50 Free: 23.06 • 100 Free: 48.89 • 200 Free: 1:43.73 • 500 Free: 4:45.33 • 1,000 Free: 10:24.84

• 1,650 Free: 17:18.93 • 100 Breast: 58.34 • 200 Breast: 2:07.38 • 200 IM: 1:53.99 • 100 Fly: 56.07

Three-time Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. 2011-12: Three-time scorer at Patriot League Championships, placing 11th (200 breast), 13th (100 breast) and 16th (200 IM) … set season-best times in all three events at PL Championships … eight top-five finishes in those events during the regular season … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Patriot League scorer in 100 breast and 200 breast ... five top-five finishes in 200 free ... held top-five 2011 Bucknell times in 1,000 free (5th), 100 breast (3rd) and 200 breast (4th) ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member ... competed in 10 of 14 meets. 2009-10: Patriot League scorer in 200 breast (8th) ... also competed in 200 free and 500 free ... swam at ECAC Championships in the 100 free ... posted seven top10 times in 200 free ... Patriot League Academic Honor Roll member. High School/Personal: Four-year swimming letterwinner at James Hubert Blake High School ... team captain as a junior and senior ... earned Coaches Award as a sophomore ... team MVP as a senior ... all-county selection as a senior ... AllMetro Honorable Mention as a senior ... sister, Allie, was a four-year member of Miami (Ohio) swimming team ... majoring in mechanical engineering.

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Men’s Profiles

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Bryce Suchomel

Sr. • Aurora, Colo. • Sprint Free/Fly/Back • 100 Fly: 50.63 • 200 Fly: 1:53.80 • 50 Free: 21.19

Career Bests

• 100 Free: 47.63 • 200 Free: 1:51.57 • 100 Back: 52.09

Ranks 10th on program’s all-time list in 100 fly (50.63). 2011-12: Versatile swimmer who focused on 50 free, 100 fly and 100 back … scored in all three events at PL Championships … 100 fly (10th), 100 back (12th), 50 free (14th) at PL Championships … also scored in 100 fly (15th) and 100 back (16th) at ECAC Championships … set season-best times in all three events at PL Championships … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Patriot League scorer in 50 free … had seven top-10 finishes in 100 fly … finished first in 100 free at BU Invitational … had four top-five finishes in 50 free … had six top-10 performances in 100 back … held top-five Bucknell finishes in 2010-11 in 50 free (3rd), 100 back (5th) and 100 fly (5th) … competed in all 14 meets. 2009-10: Patriot League scorer in 100 fly (15th), 200 fly (14th) and 100 back (13th) back ... posted eight top-10 times in 100 fly … had seven top-10 finishes in 200 fly. High School/Personal: Born Oct. 17, 1990 in Reno, Nev. ... son of Bart and Karen Suchomel ... has two younger brothers, Luke and Jesse ... four-year swimming letterwinner at Regis High School ... earned all-state, All-America and national academic honors as both a junior and senior ... was team captain and MVP as a

Christian Treat

Christian Treat

Sr. • Evergreen, Colo. • Free/IM/Breast Career Bests

• 50 Free: 21.37 • 100 Free: 46.52 • 200 Free: 1:41.45 • 200 IM: 1:50.33

• 400 IM: 4:17.65 • 100 Breast: 56.00 • 200 Breast: 2:02.27 • 100 Back: 56.20

Two-time Patriot League Men’s Swimming and Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year … first Bison to win Scholar-Athlete Award two years in a row … two-time member of Academic All-Patriot League Team … three-time All-Patriot League selection … top 10 in Bison history in 100 breast (2nd), 200 breast (3rd), 200 IM (2nd) … nine career top-10 showings at PLChampionships. 2011-12: First Team All-Patriot League … named Patriot League Men’s Swimming and Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year … Patriot League scorer in 100 breast (2nd), 200 breast (2nd) and 200 IM (6th) … finished in top-four at ECAC Championships in three events: 100 breast (3rd), 200 breast (3rd) and 200 IM (4th) … swept the 50, 100 and 200 free in season-opening meet vs. UMBC … 10 first-place finishes overall, including three in the 100 breast and four in the 200 breast … member of Academic All-Patriot League Team … member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. 2010-11: Second Team All-Patriot League ... named Patriot League Men’s Swimming and Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... Patriot League scorer in 200 IM (4th), 100 breast (5th) and 200 breast (4th) ... finished fourth in 200 free and 200 IM in ECAC Championships ... four first-place finishes in 100 breast ... six top-five finishes in 100 free ... seven top-five finishes in 200 IM ... seven top-five finishes in 100 breast ... recorded top-five Bucknell times in 2010-11 for 100 breast (1st), 200 breast (1st), 100 IM (1st), 200 IM (2nd), 100 free (5th) and 200 free (3rd) ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... competed in all 14 meets. 2009-10: Second Team All-Patriot League ... Patriot League scorer in 100 free (10th), 200 free (6th), 200 IM (7th) ... scored in ECAC Championships in 100 breast (5th) and 200 breast (4th) ... had nine top-10 finishes in 100 free ... posted 10 top-five times in 200 free ... member of Patriot League Academic Honor Roll. High School/Personal: Father competed in gymnastics at the University of Southern California ... 2009 Colorado 4A State Swimmer of the Year ... won Colorado state titles in the 100 and 200 free in 2009 ... two-time 200 free All-American ... two-time Scholastic All-American ... First Team All-State in 100 and 200 free as a senior ... All-Colorado in 200 free in 2009 ... Junior National Qualifier ... first-team all-state selection ... league champion in the 200 IM and 100 free ... Academic All-State selection ... Colorado age group record-holder in the 100 and 200 breast ... Grand Prix Championship and Speedo Championship finalist ... 2009 Jefferson County League Swimmer of the Year and MVP ... Conifer High School Most Valuable Swimmer and team co-captain ... competed in USA Swimming since age four ... competed at an international meet in Germany ... also ran cross country ... named cross country team’s Rookie of the Year ... enjoys skiing, golf, water skiing and competes in open water swimming ... majoring in animal behavior.

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Daniel Wallace

Jr. • Massapequa, N.Y. • Mid-Distance Free Career Bests

• 50 Free: 21.37 • 100 Free: 46.24 • 200 Free: 1:41.59

• 500 Free: 4:41.06 • 1,650 Free: 17:36.96

Part of team that ranks fourth in program history on the 800 free relay list. 2011-12: Competed only in freestyle races … posted season-best times in the 100, 200 and 500 free at the ECAC Championships … placed 13th in the 100 and 200 free at ECACs … also registered a 15th-place showing in the 500 free. 2010-11: Earned letter ... four top-10 finishes in 50 free ... eight top-10 finishes in 100 free ... six top-10 finishes in 200 free ... Bucknell top-five finishes in 50 free (5th), 200 free (5th), 500 free (4th) and 1,650 free (4th) ... competed in 13 of 14 meets. High School/Personal: Born Aug. 11, 1992 in Massapequa, N.Y. ... son of Pat and Lillian Wallace ... five-year swimming letterwinner at Chaminade High School ... three-time New York State qualifier ... team captain as a senior ... two-year team MVP ... two-time winner of CHSAA Coaches Award ... earned CHSAA Jack Kennedy Career Award ... MVP of 2009 Jones Beach Lifeguard Corps Competition Team ... CHSAA Freshman Individual Championships Most Outstanding Performer ... father played baseball and football at Hofstra and played pro baseball in the St. Louis Cardinals organization ... majoring in geology.

Tyler Wenzel

Fr. • Telford, Pa. • Diving High School/Personal: Tyler Alexander Wenzel … born June 9, 1994 in South Hampton, N.H. … son of Dave and Denise Poole … four-year varsity diver and three-year varsity water polo player at Souderton Area High School … diving team captain as a senior … all-league and all-district team member as a sophomore, junior and senior … water polo team captain as a senior … second-team all-state and first-team allconference as a junior and senior … earned team’s Defensive Player of the Year award as a senior … earned Coaches Award as a junior … has three siblings, Trevor, Kiley and Connor Poole ... major is undeclared.

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Men’s 2011-12 Season Review What it Took in 2012 - Men Event

Won Patriots

8th Place (Finals)

16th Place (Finals)

8th Place (Prelims)

16th Place (Prelims)

NCAA “A” Cut

NCAA “B” Cut

Invited to NCAAs

US National Cut (SCY)

50 Free

20.29

20.84

21.61

20.71

21.23

19.35

20.29

19.62

20.59

100 Free

44.19

46.32

47.28

45.58

46.58

42.23

44.37

43.11

45.19

200 Free

1:37.10

1:42.16

1:42.68

1:41.18

1:42.09

1:33.61

1:38.09

1:35.30

1:39.09

500 Free

4:21.81

4:32.45

4:41.67

4:33.44

4:39.27

4:15.68

4:25.29

4:18.65

4:28.89

1650 Free

15:04.38

16:09.14

16:30.02

16:09.14

16:30.02

14:51.15

15:30.69

15:02.91

15:34.89

100 Back

48.34

51.48

53.19

51.04

52.95

46.28

48.59

47.00

50.69

200 Back

1:46.79

1:51.71

1:58.03

1:51.52

1:56.60

1:41.53

1:46.60

1:42.99

1:49.39

100 Breast

55.70

57.43

59.24

57.46

58.73

52.87

55.51

53.21

56.79

200 Breast

1:58.13

2:04.85

2:08.57

2:05.24

2:09.40

1:54.25

1:59.96

1:55.96

2:03.39

100 Fly

48.01

49.99

51.32

49.95

50.73

46.04

48.34

46.75

49.79

200 Fly

1:46.06

1:52.38

1:58.95

1:51.26

1:57.29

1:42.95

1:48.09

1:44.59

1:50.19

200 IM

1:47.60

1:52.15

1:55.90

1:51.98

1:54.45

1:44.05

1:49.25

1:45.00

1:51.39

400 IM

3:51.27

4:06.36

4:12.07

4:03.17

4:10.96

3:43.68

3:54.86

3:47.38

3:57.79

200 Free Relay

1:19.91

1:29.45

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1:17.69

1:21.57

1:17.74

3:00.69

400 Free Relay

2:56.27

3:17.53

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2:51.26

3:01.09

2:53.34

6:53.79

800 Free Relay

6:33.61

7:25.66

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6:20.76

6:42.42

6:23.23

6:41.29

200 Medley Relay

1:28.60

1:38.83

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1:25.40

1:29.94

1:25.97

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400 Medley Relay

3:13.59

3:36.62

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3:08.22

3:17.63

3:10.27

3:16.99

1-Meter

371.05

262.80

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252.55

91.00

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3-Meter

372.55

269.90

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266.15

88.20

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2011-12 Men’s Results (7-2, 5-1 PL)

October 1 UMBC non-scoring 22 GEORGE WASHINGTON W, 168-89 November 5 vs. American* W, 227-67 vs. Lafayette* W, 226-72 at Navy* L, 152.5-128.5 18-20 BUCKNELL INVITATIONAL 1st of 7, 1,729.5 pts. December 3 at La Salle W, 171-127 January 11 at Colgate* W, 205-85 14 at Army* W, 160.5-134.5 15 COLUMBIA L, 129.5-111.5 21 at Lehigh* W, 191-107 28 at Navy Invitational non-scoring February 16-18 at Patriot League Championships 2nd of 8, (Annapolis, Md.) 638.5 pts. 24-26 at ECAC Championships 2nd of 20, (Annapolis, Md.) 503 pts.

2011-12 Awards/Honors/Records

All-Patriot League - First Team Thomas Brown Mike Nicholson Matthew Segar Christian Treat

CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major All-America Mike Nicholson Patriot League Swimmer of the Week Mike Nicholson (10/10, 10/24, 1/23) Matthew Segar (12/5)

All-Patriot League - Second Team Taylor Harris Erik Heinemann Billy Krause Eric Sokolosky

Bison Athlete of the Week Thomas Brown (1/16) Mike Nicholson (11/21, 2/27) Matthew Segar (12/5)

Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year Christian Treat Academic All-Patriot League Thomas Brown Taylor Harris Matthew Segar Christian Treat

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll 16 selections (tied for most in Patriot League) Bucknell Records Broken 200-Yard Butterfly (Mike Nicholson - 1:48.57) 800-Yard Freestyle Relay (Brown, Segar, Treat, Sokolosky - 6:39.79)

ECAC Championships Champion Mike Nicholson (400 IM, 200 Breast) Matthew Segar (200 Free) Eric Sokolosky (100 Free) Taylor Harris, Matthew Segar, Thomas Brown, Eric Sokolosky (400 Free Relay)

Mike Nicholson

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Men’s Record Book/Honors All-Patriot League Selections

1994-95 (3)....................................... Ethan Buckley, Stewart Harris, Rick Steenson 1995-96 (1)............................................................................................ Alex Johnson 1996-97 (3)................................... Ethan Buckley, Alex Johnson, Scott Woodworth 1997-98 (2).............................................................Alex Johnson, Scott Woodworth 1998-99 (2).......................................................................Alex Johnson, Tyler Wynn 1999-00 (3).................................................. Chris Neary, Tyler Wynn, Adam Yerkes 2000-01 (2)........................................................................Peter Garvin, Chris Neary 2001-02 (2)....................................................Stephen Schwanhauser, Jack Sheehen 2002-03 (5)............................................ Todd Bauer, Adam Freeman, Peter Garvin, Mark Kretzer, Steven Schwanhausser 2003-04 (5) First Team....................................... Peter Garvin, Mark Kretzer, William Schilling Second Team................................................................... Todd Bauer, Jack Sheehan 2004-05 (7) First Team.......................................................................................... Ian Rawhauser Second Team.............Todd Bauer, Adam Freeman, John Hoffman, Mark Kretzer, John Peterman, William Schilling 2005-06 (5) First Team......................................... Todd Bauer, Mark Kretzer, William Schilling Second Team......................................................Mark Kawczenski, Joseph Metcalf 2006-07 (5) First Team..............................................................Mark Kawczenski, Luke Trafton Second Team.................................. Ben Leboza, Joseph Metcalf, Grant Steadman 2007-08 (10) First Team.......................................................Bradford Bennett, Gonzalo DeLeon, Mark Kawczenski, Luke Trafton Second Team....................................Daniel Fletcher, Ben Leboza, Joseph Metcalf, John Peterman, Grant Steadman, Michael Volpe 2008-09 (9) First Team..............................................................Mark Kawczenski, Luke Trafton Second Team............................ Thomas Brown, Gonzalo DeLeon, Daniel Fletcher, Nathaniel Frye, Jonathan Podniesinski, Brendan Smith, Eric Sokolosky 2009-10 (10) First Team............................................................... Daniel Fletcher, Eric Sokolosky Second Team Gonzalo DeLeon, Nathaniel Frye, Billy Krause, David Magaro, Jonathan Podniesinski, Matthew Segar, Luke Trafton, Christian Treat 2010-11 (7) First Team.............................................................. Mike Nicholson, Eric Sokolosky Second Team.................................... Thomas Brown, Nathaniel Frye, Billy Krause, Matthew Segar, Christian Treat 2011-12 (8) First Team....... Thomas Brown, Mike Nicholson, Matthew Segar, Christian Treat Second Team........... Taylor Harris, Erik Heinemann, Billy Krause, Eric Sokolosky

East Coast Conference Scholar-Athlete

Scott Woodworth.....1997-98 (3rd Tm)

Patriot League Scholar-Athlete

Scott Woodworth.....................1996-97 Scott Woodworth.....................1997-98 Adam Freeman........ 2004-05 (2nd Tm) Todd Bauer.............. 2005-06 (2nd Tm) Adam Freeman......... 2005-06 (1st Tm)

Pat Mitchell............................. 1980-81 Ethan Cancell.......................... 1986-97 John Garofolo.......................... 1989-90

Jay Gross................................. 1991-92 Scott Woodworth.................... 1996-97 Alex Johnson........................... 1998-99 Adam Freeman........................ 2002-03 Adam Freeman........................ 2004-05 Daniel Fletcher........................ 2009-10 Christian Treat........................ 2010-11 Christian Treat........................ 2011-12

Academic All-America Academic All-District

Bison All-Americans

Individual Bruce Dove Jack Fleming Jack Fleming Jack Fleming Townley Larzelere Phil Reynolds Phil Reynolds Richard Sheldon Jim Smigie Jim Smigie Jerry Thimme Jerry Thimme Jerry Thimme Dove, Fleming, Thimme, Larzelere Hanford, Reynolds, Smigie, Dove Jim Smigie Fred Woertman Fred Woertman Woertman, Reynolds, Smigie, Dove Charles Buffington Jeffrey Wilkinson Landes, Wilkinson, Olson, Sinkinson Landes, Wilkinson, Sinkinson, Olson Peter O’Keeffe Steve Winings Jim Harvey

Year Event 1964 100 Free 1964 100 Free 1964 200 Free 1964 500 Free 1964 50 Free 1964 100 Breast 1964 200 Breast 1964 3m Diving 1964 100 Fly 1964 200 Fly 1964 200 Free 1964 500 Free 1964 1650 Free 1964 400 Free Relay 1964 400 Medley Relay 1965 200 Fly 1965 100 Back 1965 200 Back 1965 400 Medley Relay 1968 200 Back 1968 100 Fly 1968 400 Free Relay 1968 800 Free Relay 1971 100 Back 1971 50 Free 1988 50 Free (Hon. Mention)

Dearstyne-Dorr Award

The William Dearstyne-William Dorr Award was created in 1962 by the co-captains of the 1961 and 1962 Bison swimming teams, and is presented annually to “that person who, by performance, leadership and example, contributes the most to the Bucknell men’s swimming.” Dearstyne-Dorr Award Winners

1963 .................................Robert A. Latour 1964 .............................. George N. Jenkins 1965 ...................................James P. Smigie 1966 ...........................E. Jared Thimme, Jr. 1967 ..............................James H. States, II 1968 .................................Robert A. Latour 1969 ................................... Richard Russell 1970 ............................... Gregory W. Olson 1971 ........................................ Ron Jenkins 1972 ..................................... Peter O’Keeffe 1973 ..............................................Pat Kiehl 1974 ..................................... Steve Winings 1975 ...............................R. Schwanhausser 1976 ........................................ Joe Triszcuk 1977 ........................................... Tom Cahill 1978 ..........................................John Lyons 1979 .................................. Frank Polefrone 1980 .........................................Steve Young 1981 .........................................Pat Mitchell 1982 .............................................Sal Baglio 1983 ........................................ Tim Jenkins 1984 ...................................... Pete Edelman 1985 ...................................... Pete Edelman 1986 ........................................Dave Morley 1987 .....................................Bucknell Team 1988............................................ Jim Harvey

1989...................................Mickey Mohuchy 1990....................................... John Garofolo 1991....................................Rick Hutchinson 1992.............................................D.Steenson ........................................................ C.Farrell 1993............................................... Jay Gross 1994...................................... Dietrich Conze 1995..............................................R. McCabe ........................................................S. Harris 1996............................................Sandy Elion 1997....................................... Ethan Buckley 1998.................................. Scott Woodworth 1999.........................................Alex Johnson 2000............................................. Kevin Oles 2001...................................... Justin Schwarz 2002 .......................................Chris Feinthel 2003........................................Chris Feinthel 2004 .....................................Michael Willats 2005....................................... John Hoffman 2006............................................ Todd Bauer 2007........................................ Matt Crandell 2008........................................... Tyler Sowell 2009..................................Mark Kawczenski 2010...................................... Daniel Fletcher 2011........................................Michael Volpe 2012....................................... Eric Sokolosky

All-Time Coaching Records Coach Bob Latour Richard Russell Lynn Kachmarik Jerry Foley Dan Schinnerer Totals

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Years 1956-68 1968-94 1994-98 1998-2006 2006-Pres.

Seasons 12 26 4 8 6 56

W L 83 31 154 121 31 9 32 28 34 22 334 211

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .728 .560 .775 .533 .607 .613

Former Bison head coach Dick Russell (center) was honored during a meet between Bucknell, Army and Colgate on Jan. 13, 2007.

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Men’s Champions Middle Atlantic Conference Champions

1958-59 (at Franklin & Marshall) William Barett...................................................50 Free 1959-60 (1st at Bucknell) William Dearstyne......................................... 100 Back William Dearstyne......................................... 200 Back William Dorr....................................................220 Free William Dorr....................................................440 Free Charles Maunz............................................ 100 Breast Charles Maunz............................................ 200 Breast 400 Medley Relay.......................................................... Dearstyne, Maunz, Dorr, Cannon 1960-61 (2nd at West Chester) William Dearstyne......................................... 100 Back William Dearstyne......................................... 200 Back William Dorr....................................................440 Free 1961-62 (2nd at Gettysburg) William Dearstyne......................................... 100 Back William Dearstyne......................................... 200 Back Charles Maunz............................................ 100 Breast Charles Maunz............................................ 200 Breast Eric Moore.......................................................440 Free 400 Medley Relay.......................................................... Maunz, Dearstyne, Stratton, Dorr 1962-63 (1st at Bucknell) Tom Boak...........................100 Breast................1:07.5 Enos Fry............................... 50 Free......................22.2 Enos Fry.............................. 100 Free.....................50.9 Jim Smigie........................... 100 Fly......................54.9 Jim Smigie........................... 200 Fly...................2:04.9 John Weinmann...................200 IM...................2:15.5 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:22.2 Dove, Fleming, Fry, Smigie 1963-64 (1st at Lehigh) Phil Reynolds.....................100 Breast................1:04.3 Phil Reynolds.....................200 Breast................2:22.7 Jim Smigie........................... 100 Fly......................54.7 Jim Smigie........................... 200 Fly...................2:04.3 Bob Theiss..........................1m Diving................353.85 Jerry Thimme..................... 200 Free..................1:53.5 Jerry Thimme..................... 500 Free..................5:15.0 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:21.2 Dove, Larzelere, Fleming, Thimme 400 Medley Relay................................................3:47.0 Hanford, Reynolds, Smigie, Dove 1964-65 (1st at Elizabethtown) Phil Reynolds.....................100 Breast................1:04.3 Phil Reynolds.....................200 Breast................2:24.3 Jim Smigie........................... 100 Fly......................53.5 Jim Smigie........................... 200 Fly...................2:01.4 Jim Smigie............................200 IM...................2:06.7 Jerry Thimme..................... 200 Free..................1:54.8 Jerry Thimme..................... 500 Free..................5:17.6 Fred Woertman.................. 100 Back.....................56.6 Fred Woertman.................. 200 Back..................2:04.9 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:23.0 Thimme, Door, Green, Deane 400 Medley Relay................................................3:46.0 Woertman, Reynolds, Smigie, Dove 1965-66 (2nd at Gettysburg) Phil Reynolds.....................100 Breast................1:04.0 Phil Reynolds.....................200 Breast................2:22.2 Jerry Thimme..................... 200 Free..................1:53.7 1966-67 (1st at Johns Hopkins) Charles Buffington............. 100 Back.....................57.7 Charles Buffington............. 200 Back..................2:04.9 Chuck Petzold....................100 Breast................1:04.3 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:19.7 Deane, Sinkinson, Eber, Sundberg 400 Medley Relay................................................3:45.1 Buffington, Schmeiske, Petzold, Baxter

1967-68 (1st at West Chester) Mike Sinkinson................... 50 Free......................22.6 Jeff Wilkinson..................... 100 Fly......................54.3 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:17.0 Landes, Wilkinson, Sinkinson, Olson 400 Medley Relay................................................3:43.8 Eister, Walthers, Wilkinson, Sinkinson 1968-69 (1st at Bucknell) Jeff Wilkinson..................... 100 Fly......................55.0 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:15.7 Krohmer, Landes, Olson, Sinkinson 800 Free Relay.....................................................7:21.4 Wilkinson, Landes, Krohmer, Sinkinson 1969-70 (2nd at Delaware) Cliff Lesher........................3m Diving................361.30 Peter O’Keeffe.................... 100 Free.....................48.6 Peter O’Keeffe.................... 200 Free..................1:49.4 Greg Olson .......................... 200 Fly...................2:01.9 Greg Olson.......................... 500 Free..................5:01.3 Greg Olson......................... 1650 Free...............17:55.3 Bob Young........................... 200 Back..................2:04.2 1970-71 (1st at LaSalle) Mike Huffman................... 1650 Free...............17:48.6 Peter O’Keeffe.................... 100 Free.....................48.3 Peter O’Keeffe.................... 200 Free..................1:45.8 Peter O’Keeffe.................... 500 Free..................5:01.2 Steve Winings...................... 50 Free....................21.54 Steve Winings....................100 Breast................1:02.3 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:13.7 Winings, Krohmer, Landes, O’Keeffe 800 Free Relay.....................................................7:23.7 Huffman, Krohman, Allen, O’Keeffe 1971-72 (1st at Delaware) John Grannis..................... 1650 Free............ 17:37.47 Peter O’Keeffe.................... 200 Free................1:45.79 R. Schwanhausser.............. 100 Back...................55.37 R. Schwanhausser................200 IM...................2:01.9 Steve Winings...................... 50 Free....................21.50 400 Free Relay...................................................3:14.18 Winings, Landes, Drake, O’Keeffe 800 Free Relay...................................................7:14.71 Schwanhausser, Drake, Klopping, O’Keeffe 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:41.97 Schwanhausser, Slick, Winings, Landes 1972-73 (1st at La Salle) William Drake..................... 200 Back................1:59.16 Paul Johnson.....................200 Breast..............2:19.73 Barry Kita............................ 200 Fly.................2:00.27 Geoff Miller........................ 200 Free................1:44.68 Geoff Miller........................ 500 Free................4:51.11 Bob Richards......................1m Diving................414.78 Bob Richards......................3m Diving................401.75 Steve Winings...................... 50 Free....................21.38 Steve Winings....................100 Breast..............1:03.93 400 Free Relay...................................................3:11.11 Winings, Miller, Triszczuk, Schwanhausser 800 Free Relay...................................................7:08.07 Miller, Triszczuk, Heller, Schwanhausser 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:38.88 Schwanhausser, Winings, Triszczuk, Miller 1973-74 (1st at West Chester) William Drake..................... 200 Back................1:59.69 Geoff Miller........................ 200 Free................1:46.90 Geoff Miller........................ 500 Free................4:49.83 Bob Richards......................1m Diving................369.81 Bob Richards......................3m Diving................434.07 R. Schwanhausser................200 IM.................2:00.32 Joe Triszczuk........................400 IM.................4:17.88 Joe Triszczuk....................... 200 Fly.................1:58.18 Steve Winings...................... 50 Free....................21.33 400 Free Relay...................................................3:12.31 Winings, Triszczuk, Schwanhausser, Miller 800 Free Relay...................................................7:11.09 Triszczuk, Miller, Schwanhausser, Drake

400 Medley Relay..............................................3:38.63 Drake, Winings, Triszczuk, Miller

East Coast Conference Champions

1974-75 (1st at La Salle) William Drake..................... 500 Free................4:45.90 William Drake..................... 200 Back................1:55.57 Geoff Miller........................ 100 Free................1:55.58 Geoff Miller........................ 200 Free................1:44.44 Randy Roach.........................400 IM.................4:17.34 R. Schwanhausser................200 IM.................1:56.72 400 Free Relay...................................................3:09.91 Miller, Schwanhausser, Drake, Triszczuk 800 Free Relay...................................................6:58.21 Drake, Schwanhausser, Miller, Triszczuk 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:32.98 Drake, Schwanhausser, Triszczuk, Miller 1975-76 (1st at Delaware) John Gherlein....................1m Diving................365.10 John Gherlein....................3m Diving................365.22 Geoff Miller......................... 50 Free....................21.26 Frank Polefrone.................100 Breast..............1:00.27 Frank Polefrone.................200 Breast..............2:13.43 Randy Roach.........................400 IM.................4:13.64 800 Free Relay...................................................7:01.01 Miller, Vanderwilt, Cahill, Triszczuk 1976-77 (1st at La Salle) Chip Frazier......................... 200 Fly.................1:56.29 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:33.82 Bradshaw, Polefrone, Frazier, Young 1977-78 (1st at La Salle) Chip Frazier......................... 100 Fly....................51.56 1978-79 (1st at Delaware) Chip Frazier......................... 100 Fly....................51.72 Andy Karpuk..................... 1650 Free............ 16:14.47 Frank Polefrone.................100 Breast.................59.91 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:31.62 Layton, Polefrone, Young, Corl 1979-80 (2nd at LaSalle) None 1980-81 (2nd at LaSalle) 800 Free Relay...................................................6:53.04 Schulte, Mitchell, Corl, Jenkins 1981-82 (5th at Delaware) None 1982-83 (3rd at LaSalle) None 1983-84 (2nd at Lafayette) David Morley...................... 100 Back...................53.36 1984-85 (2nd at Delaware) Jim Harvey...........................200 IM.................1:53.26 Jim Harvey...........................400 IM.................4:06.30 David Morely...................... 100 Back...................52.65 David Morely...................... 200 Back................1:53.50 400 Free Relay...................................................3:05.45 Duffy, Hilk, Young, Parsons 800 Free Relay...................................................6:49.13 Edelman, Hilk, Young, Duffy 1985-86 (2nd at Drexel) Jim Harvey......................... 200 Free................1:40.12 Jim Harvey......................... 500 Free................4:34.05 Jim Harvey.......................... 200 Fly.................1:52.44 David Morely...................... 200 Back................1:55.27

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Men’s Champions 1986-87 (1st at Lafayette) Jim Harvey.......................... 50 Free....................20.41 Jim Harvey......................... 100 Free...................45.32 Jim Harvey......................... 200 Free................1:39.39 David Morley...................... 100 Back...................53.68 David Morley...................... 200 Back................1:56.73 Peter Young......................... 200 Fly.................1:54.03 400 Free Relay...................................................3:04.30 Duffy, Young, Morley, Harvey 800 Free Relay...................................................6:48.45 Duffy, Young, Morley, Harvey 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:28.29 Morley, Duffy, Young, Harvey

1991-92 (4th at Army) Jay Gross............................. 50 Free....................20.50 Jay Gross............................ 100 Free...................44.87 Jay Gross............................. 100 Fly....................50.07 Don Steenson..................... 100 Back...................50.14 Don Steenson..................... 200 Back................1:50.64 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:33.80 D. Steenson, Farrell, R. Steenson, Gross 400 Free Relay...................................................3:02.72 D. Steenson, Conze, Schroth, Gross Jay Gross............................. Co-Swimmer of the Meet

1988-89 (4th at Drexel) None

1992-93 (4th at Colgate) Steve Droste.........................200 IM.................1:55.34 Steve Droste....................... 100 Back...................51.64 Steve Droste....................... 200 Back................1:51.75 Jay Gross............................. 50 Free....................20.56 Jay Gross............................ 100 Free...................45.04 Jay Gross............................. 100 Fly....................50.33 200 Free Relay...................................................1:23.62 Gross, Watkinson, Droste, Conze 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:26.10 Droste, Dillon, R. Steenson, Gross 400 Free Relay...................................................3:03.60 Conze, Droste, R. Steenson, Gross Jay Gross............................. Co-Swimmer of the Meet Steve Droste........................ Co-Swimmer of the Meet

1989-90 (2nd at Lafayette) John Garofolo...................... 100 Fly....................50.21 Don Steenson..................... 100 Back...................52.54 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:27.30 D. Steenson, Olbrich, Garofolo, Gross

1993-94 (4th at Fordham) Rick Steenson...................... 200 Fly.................1:53.17 Rick Steenson.......................200 IM.................1:52.82 800 Free Relay...................................................6:50.68 R. Steenson, Broderick, Buckley, Conze

Patriot League Champions

1994-95 (3rd at Navy) Ethan Buckley.................... 200 Free................1:40.78

1987-88 (2nd at Delaware) Jim Harvey...........................200 IM.................1:50.66 Jim Harvey......................... 100 Free...................44.37 Jim Harvey......................... 200 Free................1:38.52 400 Free Relay...................................................3:04.73 Mohuchy, Young, Crabtree, Harvey 800 Free Relay...................................................6:51.54 Hastings, Young, Crabtree, Harvey 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:28.02 Harvey, Olbrich, Garofolo, Young

1990-91 (3rd at Fordham) Jay Gross............................. 50 Free....................21.10 Jay Gross............................. 100 Fly....................51.14 Don Steenson..................... 100 Back...................51.80 Don Steenson..................... 200 Back................1:53.66 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:34.97 Steenson, Farrell, Gross, Schroth

Mike Nicholson

1995-96 (3rd at Colgate) Alex Johnson....................... 50 Free....................20.90 Alex Johnson...................... 100 Free...................46.28 1996-97 (3rd at Army) Ethan Buckley.................... 200 Free................1:41.41 Scott Woodworth............... 100 Back...................51.95

Adam Freeman ’05

1997-98 (3rd at Colgate) Scott Woodworth............... 200 Back................1:54.15 1998-99 (3rd at Navy) Alex Johnson...................... 200 Free................1:41.39 200 Free Relay...................................................1:22.01 Neary, Ruth, Sharpe, Johnson 400 Free Relay...................................................3:03.31 Neary, Ruth, Sharpe, Johnson 1999-2000 (3rd at Army) Chris Neary.......................... 50 Free....................20.70 Chris Neary.......................... 100 Fly....................50.22 Tyler Wynn......................... 100 Back...................51.93 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:32.24 Wynn, Guskey, Neary, Sharpe 200 Free Relay...................................................1:22.80 Neary, Hill, Ferriter, Sharpe 2000-01 (3rd at Colgate) Chris Neary.......................... 50 Free....................20.65 Chris Neary.......................... 100 Fly....................49.63 200 Free Relay...................................................1:23.14 Neary, Garvin, Ferriter, Sharpe 400 Free Relay...................................................3:04.02 Neary, Sharpe, Ferriter, Garvin 2001-02 (4th at Navy) None

Luke Trafton ’10

2002-03 (1st at Bucknell) Adam Freeman..................1m Diving................299.73 Peter Garvin........................ 50 Free....................20.52 Peter Garvin....................... 100 Free...................45.58 Mark Kretzer....................... 200 Fly.................1:52.66 200 Free Relay...................................................1:22.17 Thieman, Guskey, Willats, Garvin Jerry Foley........................................ Coach of the Year 2003-04 (2nd at Navy) Mark Kretzer...................... 100 Back...................51.33 William Schilling...............100 Breast.................57.34 2004-05 (4th at Bucknell) None

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Men’s Champions 1964-65 BUCKNELL PLACES THIRD IN NCAA COLLEGE DIVISION MEET Jim Smigie........................... 200 Fly...................2:00.0 Fred Woertman.................. 100 Back.....................56.4 Fred Woertman.................. 200 Back..................2:04.6 400 Medley Relay................................................3:43.4 Woertman, Reynolds, Smigie, Dove

Eastern Champions

1959-60 (Eastern Seaboards) William Dearstyne............. 100 Back.....................59.4 1986-87 (Eastern Seaboards) Jim Harvey......................... 100 Free...................44.93 1987-88 (Eastern Seaboards) Jim Harvey.......................... 100 Fly....................49.22 1991-92 (ECACs) Jay Gross............................. 100 Fly....................50.52 Jay Gross............................ 100 Free...................44.79 Don Steenson..................... 100 Back...................50.97 Don Steenson..................... 200 Back................1:50.85 Mark Kawczenski ’09

1992-93 (ECACs) Jay Gross............................. 50 Free....................20.36 Jay Gross............................ 100 Free...................44.67

2010-11 (ECACs) Matthew Segar................... 200 Free................1:38.13 800 Free Relay...................................................6:47.12 Segar, Reitz, Treat, Ramey 2011-12 (ECACs) Mike Nicholson....................400 IM.................3:53.37 Mike Nicholson.................200 Breast..............2:01.71 Matthew Segar................... 200 Free................1:38.26 Eric Sokolosky.................... 100 Free...................45.30 400 Free Relay...................................................3:01.69 Harris, Segar, Brown, Sokolosky

Most Individual Conference Titles

Name...................... Graduation Year........ Titles Jim Harvey ........................... 1988........................... 11 Jay Gross............................... 1993............................. 8 Geoff Miller........................... 1976............................. 7 Jim Smigie............................. 1965............................. 7 William Dearstyne................ 1962............................. 6 David Morely......................... 1987............................. 6 Peter O’Keeffe....................... 1972............................. 6 Phil Reynolds......................... 1966............................. 6 Steve Winings........................ 1974............................. 6 Don Steenson........................ 1992............................. 5 Jerry Thimme........................ 1966............................. 5

1998-99 (ECACs) Alex Johnson....................... 50 Free....................21.08 2005-06 (3rd at Navy) William Schilling...............200 Breast..............2:03.17 Jerry Foley........................................ Coach of the Year 2006-07 (3rd at Bucknell) Mark Kawczenski............... 100 Back...................49.90 Luke Trafton......................1,650 Free............ 15:39.68 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:31.93 Kawczenski, Bennett, Steadman, Peterman Luke Trafton.................................. Rookie of the Meet

2001-02 (ECACs) Adam Freeman..................1m Diving................289.45 2007-08 (ECACs) Luke Trafton......................1,650 Free............ 15:47.89 2009-10 (ECACs) Eric Sokolosky.................... 100 Free...................45.48

2007-08 (2nd at Navy) Mark Kawczenski............... 100 back...................49.99 Luke Trafton........................500 free.................4:28.97 Luke Trafton...................... 1,650 free............ 15:34.89 200 Medley Relay..............................................1:31.18 Kawczenski, Bennett, Steadman, Peterman 400 Medley Relay..............................................3:21.98 Kawczenski, Bennett, Steadman, Peterman Dan Schinnerer................................. Coach of the Year 2008-09 (2nd at Bucknell) Mark Kawczenski.................50 free.....................20.26 2009-10 (2nd at Navy) Eric Sokolosky......................50 free.....................20.79 Dan Schinnerer................................. Coach of the Year 2010-11 (3rd at Bucknell) Mike Nicholson....................400 IM.................3:52.09

Eric Sokolosky ’12

2011-12 (2nd at Navy) None

NCAA College Division Champions

1963-64 BUCKNELL WINS COLLEGE DIVISION NATIONAL TEAM TITLE Phil Reynolds.....................100 Breast................1:03.6 Jim Smigie........................... 200 Fly...................2:03.5 Jerry Thimme.................... 1650 Free...............18:42.1 Jerry Thimme..................... 200 Free..................1:50.7 400 Free Relay.....................................................3:21.4 Thimme, Fleming, Larzelere, Dove 400 Medley Relay................................................3:48.3 Hanford, Reynolds, Smigie, Dove

Matthew Segar ’12

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Men’s Record Book

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50-Yard Freestyle

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

Jim Harvey.................................... 20.17 Mark Kawczenski.......................... 20.26 Jay Gross....................................... 20.36 Peter Garvin.................................. 20.43 Eric Sokolosky............................... 20.49 Chris Neary................................... 20.65 John Garofolo............................... 20.76 Trevor Reitz...........................20.87 Alex Johnson................................. 20.90 Taylor Harris................................. 20.91

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

Jim Harvey.................................... 44.37 Jay Gross....................................... 44.67 Eric Sokolosky............................... 45.02 Mark Kawczenski.......................... 45.24 Chris Neary................................... 45.45 Peter Garvin.................................. 45.58 Trevor Reitz...........................45.69 Ian Rawhauser............................... 45.72 Alex Jhonson................................. 45.77 Ethan Buckley............................... 45.85

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

Matthew Segar........................... 1:38.13 Jim Harvey................................. 1:38.35 Luke Trafton............................... 1:38.90 Eric Sokolosky............................ 1:39.72 Daniel Fletcher........................... 1:40.35 Ethan Buckley............................ 1:40.78 Sloan Broderick.......................... 1:40.92 Ian Rawhauser............................ 1:41.02 Thomas Brown........................... 1:41.35 Alex Johnson.............................. 1:41.39

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

Luke Trafton.............................. 4:23.37 Matthew Segar.......................... 4:27.75 Brendan Smith.......................... 4:32.25 Erik Heinemann.................4:32.75 Todd Bauer................................ 4:33.33 Jonathan Podniesinski............. 4:33.38 Billy Krause........................ 4:33.85 Jim Harvey................................ 4:34.05 Stewart Harris........................... 4:34.95 Ben Leboza................................ 4:35.90

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

Luke Trafton............................... 9:14.78 Jonathan Podniesinski.............. 9:29.06 George Beatty.....................9:36.50 Stewart Harris............................ 9:36.74 Matthew Segar........................... 9:38.33 Rick Hutchinson........................ 9:39.55 Mike Nicholson...................9:40.35 Dave Gassert.............................. 9:43.54 Pete Edelman.............................. 9:43.54 Erik Heinemann..................9:44.53

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

Luke Trafton............................. 15:20.54 Jonathan Podniesinski............ 15:43.90 Stewart Harris.......................... 15:53.26 Matthew Segar......................... 15:57.42 George Beatty...................15:57.50 Brendan Smith......................... 15:58.36 Erik Heinemann................16:02.47 Todd Bauer............................... 16:07.93 Patrick Stummer...................... 16:09.88 Pete Edelman............................ 16:11.96

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

Mark Kawczenski.......................... 49.15 Thomas Brown.............................. 49.96 Don Steenson................................ 50.14 Taylor Harris................................. 50.39 Mark Kretzer................................. 50.51 Daniel Fletcher.............................. 50.51 Gonzalo DeLeon............................ 50.69 Jim Harvey.................................... 50.99 Steve Droste.................................. 51.40 Tyler Wynn.................................... 51.66

4/7/88 NCAA 2/19/09 PLC 3/4/93 ECAC 2/26/04 PLC 2/19/09 PLC 2/15/01 PLC 3/1/90 ECAC 2/18/12 PLC 2/15/96 PLC 2/18/12 PLC

100-Yard Freestyle

2/20/88 3/6/93 2/17/11 2/21/09 2/17/01 2/20/03 2/17/11 2/26/05 2/13/99 2/27/97

ECC ECAC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC ECAC

200-Yard Freestyle

2/25/11 ECAC 4/8/88 NCAA 2/20/09 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/19/10 PLC 2/17/95 PLC 2/17/95 PLC 2/25/05 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/12/99 PLC

500-Yard Freestyle

2/19/09 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/19/09 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/23/06 PLC 2/18/10 PLC 2/24/12 ECAC 2/20/86 ECC 3/2/95 ECAC 2/21/08 PLC

1,000-Yard Freestyle

2/21/09 PLC 2/20/10 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 3/5/94 ECAC 2/18/12 PLC 2/17/90 ECC 10/22/11 GW 2/26/83 ECC 2/25/84 ECC 11/20/11 BU Invit.

1,650-Yard Freestyle

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2/21/09 PLC 2/20/10 PLC 3/5/94 ECAC 2/18/12 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/21/09 PLC 11/20/11 BU Invit. 2/25/06 PLC 2/18/07 PLC 2/25/84 ECC

100-Yard Backstroke 2/20/09 2/18/12 2/28/92 2/18/12 2/25/05 2/19/10 2/18/12 2/18/88 3/5/93 2/18/00

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC ECC ECAC PLC

200-Yard Backstroke

Indianapolis, Ind. Lewisburg, Pa. Buffalo, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Hamilton, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Hamilton, N.Y. Annapolis, Md.

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

Newark, Del. Buffalo, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Hamilton, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Sewell, N.J.

. 100-Yard Breaststroke 1. Michael Guskey............................. 55.76 2/21/03 2. Christian Treat......................56.00 2/18/12 3. Nathaniel Frye.............................. 56.39 2/17/11 4. Stephen Schwanhausser............... 56.55 2/21/03 5. Bradford Bennett.......................... 56.64 2/22/08 6. Joseph Metcalf.............................. 56.71 2/22/08 7. Ben Seketa.............................56.74 2/18/12 8. William Schilling........................... 57.16 2/24/06 9. Taylor Harris................................. 57.27 2/24/12 10. Stelios Saffos................................. 57.49 2/21/03

Pittsburgh, Pa. Indianapolis, Ind. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

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

Stephen Schwanhausser............ 2:01.68 Mike Nicholson...................2:01.71 Christian Treat...................2:02.27 William Schilling........................ 2:02.62 Joseph Metcalf........................... 2:02.82 Nathaniel Frye........................... 2:03.19 Ben Seketa..........................2:04.32 Bradford Bennett....................... 2:05.35 Michael Deighan........................ 2:05.48 Jonathan Podniesinski.............. 2:06.43

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Buffalo, N.Y. Annapolis, Md.

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

Jim Harvey.................................... 49.22 Taylor Harris................................. 49.37 Chris Neary................................... 49.55 John Garofolo............................... 49.69 Jay Gross....................................... 49.69 Michael Volpe................................ 49.94 Trevor Reitz...........................50.28 Mark Kretzer................................. 50.37 Eric Sokolosky............................... 50.40 Bryce Suchomel......................50.63

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. New Brunswick, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Easton, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Newark, Del. Lewisburg, Pa.

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

Mike Nicholson...................1:48.57 Erik Heinemann..................1:50.23 Jim Harvey................................. 1:50.30 Billy Krause........................1:51.08 Rick Steenson............................. 1:51.11 Luke Trafton............................... 1:51.23 Michael Volpe............................. 1:51.60 Mark Kretzer.............................. 1:51.79 Matt Crandell............................. 1:52.05 Matthew Segar........................... 1:52.25

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. New Brunswick, N.J. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Newark, Del.

1. Mike Nicholson...................1:49.75 2. Christian Treat...................1:50.33 3. Jim Harvey................................. 1:50.66 4. Daniel Fletcher........................... 1:50.68 5. Billy Krause........................1:50.96 6. Thomas Brown........................... 1:51.76 7. Rick Steenson............................. 1:52.82 8. Ben Seketa..........................1:52.96 9. Don Steenson............................. 1:53.29 10. Nathaniel Frye........................... 1:53.36

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del. Buffalo, N.Y. West Point, N.Y.

. 400-Yard Individual Medley 1. Mike Nicholson......................3:52.09 2/17/11 PLC 2. Luke Trafton.................................. 3:56.81 2/20/09 PLC 3. Billy Krause...........................3:57.30 2/17/11 PLC 4. Jonathan Podniesinski.................. 4:02.13 2/19/10 PLC 5. Erik Heinemann....................4:02.22 2/18/12 PLC 6. Brendan Smith............................... 4:03.58 2/20/09 PLC 7. John Hoffman............................... 4:03.93 2/25/05 PLC 8. Gonzalo DeLeon............................ 4:04.90 11/23/08 BU Invite 9. Jack Sheehan................................. 4:05.17 2/15/02 PLC 10. Jim Harvey.................................... 4:06.30 2/22/85 ECC

Thomas Brown........................... 1:47.85 Gonzalo De Leon........................ 1:49.07 Daniel Fletcher........................... 1:49.20 David Iselin................................. 1:49.94 Steve Droste............................... 1:50.11 Don Steenson............................. 1:50.64 Spencer Hallowell....................... 1:51.41 Christpher Feinthel................... 1:52.37 Tyler Wynn................................. 1:52.42 Doug Kazley............................... 1:52.60

2/25/11 ECAC 2/28/09 ECAC 2/21/09 PLC 2/21/09 PLC 3/6/93 ECAC 2/29/92 PLC 2/20/10 PLC 2/22/03 PLC 2/13/99 PLC 2/18/95 PLC

PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC ECAC PLC

200-Yard Breaststroke

2/22/03 PLC 2/24/12 ECAC 2/18/12 PLC 2/26/05 PLC 2/23/08 PLC 2/20/10 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 2/18/07 PLC 2/18/07 PLC 2/21/09 PLC

100-Yard Butterfly

3/5/88 2/18/12 2/16/01 3/2/90 3/5/93 2/20/09 2/17/11 2/24/06 2/20/09 2/18/12

200-Yard Butterfly

11/20/11 2/18/12 3/5/88 2/17/11 2/7/92 2/21/09 2/21/09 2/25/06 2/18/07 2/17/11

Pittsburgh, Pa. Boston, Mass. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Buffalo, N.Y. West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md.

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa.

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

Easterns PLC PLC Easterns ECAC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC

Providence, R.I. Annapolis, Md. Hamilton, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Buffalo, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md.

BU Invit. PLC Easterns PLC ECAC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC

Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Providence, R.I. Lewisburg, Pa. Buffalo, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa.

200-Yard Individual Medley

2/17/11 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/18/88 ECC 2/18/10 PLC 2/17/11 PLC 2/18/12 PLC 3/3/94 ECAC 2/24/12 ECAC 2/27/92 PLC 2/17/11 PLC

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Newark, Del. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. New Brunswick, N.J. Annapolis, Md. West Point, N.Y. Lewisburg, Pa.

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Newark, Del.

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Men’s Record Book

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One-Meter Diving (6 optionals)*

1. Adam Freeman........................... 318.15 2. David Magaro............................. 295.65 3. Jeffrey Manning......................... 270.90 4. Matt Traver................................ 254.32 5. Jake Thompson.......................... 252.90 6. Joseph Duncan........................... 237.59 7. Jon Jones............................226.80 8. Steven Schmaltz......................... 225.35 9. Gregory Zavoluk......................... 222.82 10. Adam Fackler.............................. 203.55 * New format starting in 2001

2/12/05 Bison Invite Lewisburg, Pa. Annapolis, Md. 2/19/10 PLC 2/3/07 Bison Invite Lewisburg, Pa. 1/6/07 Princeton Princeton, N.J. 2/12/05 Bison Invite Lewisburg, Pa. 1/17/04 Colgate Lewisburg, Pa. 11/20/11 BU Invit. Lewisburg, Pa. 2/3/07 Bison Invite Lewisburg, Pa. 1/6/07 Princeton Princeton, N.J. 2/17/01 PLC Hamilton, N.Y.

Three-Meter Diving (6 optionals)*

1. David Magaro............................. 343.55 2. Adam Freeman........................... 301.58 3. Jeffrey Manning......................... 298.35 4. Jake Thompson.......................... 269.02 5. Jon Jones............................255.15 6. Matt Traver................................ 248.10 7. Steven Schmaltz......................... 227.25 8. Gregory Zavoluk......................... 223.65 9. Joseph Duncan........................... 208.80 * New format starting in 2005

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

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

One-Meter Diving (6 dives)

Bob Richards.................................. 310.55 Adam Freeman............................... 299.73 Mike Malloure................................ 287.10 Eric Carr......................................... 268.65 John Gherlein................................ 268.45 Dan Vener...................................... 265.70 Jeff Traver...................................... 247.65 Kevin Britton................................. 245.85 Jeffrey Manning............................ 245.47 Cliff Lesher..................................... 241.10

2/10/73 2/20/03 12/10/94 11/14/92 2/9/77 2/18/88 1/31/78 11/23/91 1/12/08 12/14/68

Penn State Lewisburg, Pa. PLC Lewisburg, Pa. Seton Hall Lewisburg, Pa. Drexel Philadelphia, Pa. Penn State Lewisburg, Pa. ECC Newark, Del. Lafayette Lewisburg, Pa. Bloomsburg Lewisburg, Pa. Colgate Hamilton, N.Y. Delaware Newark, Del.

Three-Meter Diving (6 dives)

Bob Richards.................................. 319.80 Eric Carr......................................... 309.15 John Gherlein................................ 290.45 Adam Freeman............................... 285.14 Jeff Traver...................................... 273.10 Jake Thompson.............................. 267.60 Jim Harmon................................... 266.25 Dan Vener...................................... 263.10 Cliff Lesher..................................... 257.95

One-Meter Diving (11 dives)

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

2/17/11 PLC Lewisburg, Pa. 2/11/06 Navy Invite Annapolis, Md. 1/26/08 Lehigh Bethlehem, Pa. 1/21/06 Columbia Lewisburg, Pa. 1/14/12 Army West Point, N.Y. 1/6/07 Princeton Princeton, N.J. 1/6/07 Princeton Princeton, N.J. 1/24/09 Lehigh Lewisburg, Pa. 1/27/06 Delaware Lewisburg, Pa.

2003 1973 1992 2003 1976 2003 1964 1979 1968 1971

Adam Freeman..................475.95 Bob Richards.....................414.78 Kevin Britton....................369.65 Joseph Duncan..................365.20 John Gherlein...................365.10 Jake Thompson.................363.70 Bob Theiss..........................353.85 Jeff Traver.........................345.37 Tom Gibson.......................344.20 Ron Farr.............................344.19

1/12/74 11/24/92 2/9/77 1/11/03 2/10/79 1/15/05 2/4/78 2/18/89 12/14/68

Pittsburgh La Salle Penn State Lafayette La Salle Colgate Drexel ECC Delaware

Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Lewisburg, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Newark, Del.

Three-Meter Diving (11 dives)

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

2005 1974 2003 2003 1979 1976 1997 1970 1992 1970

Adam Freeman..................508.35 Bob Richards.....................434.07 Jake Thompson.................404.70 Joseph Duncan..................402.90 Jeff Traver.........................368.94 John Gherlein...................365.22 Mike Malloure...................361.55 Cliff Lesher........................361.30 Kevin Britton....................351.15 Ron Farr.............................339.20

200-Yard Medley Relay

1. Kawczenski, Frye, Volpe, Sokolosky.........................1:30.50 2/20/09 2. Kawczenski, Bennett, G. Steadman, Peterman........1:31.18 2/22/08 3. Harris, Treat, Reitz, Sokolosky...............................1:31.40 2/18/12 4. Harris, Frye, Volpe, Sokolosky..................................1:31.92 2/19/10 5. Harris, Treat, Brown, Sokolosky..............................1:31.97 2/24/12 6. Kretzer, Guskey, Garvin, Willats...............................1:32.00 2/21/03 7. Kawczenski, Bennett, Kretzer, Peterman.................1:32.12 2/24/06 8. Kretzer, Bennett, G. Steadman, Thieman.................1:32.23 2/25/05 9. Wynn, Guskey, Neary, Sharpe...................................1:32.24 2/18/00 10. Brown, Frye, Reitz, Sokolosky.................................1:32.52 2/17/11

PLC PLC PLC PLC ECAC PLC PLC PLC PLC PLC

. 400-Yard Medley Relay 1. Kawczenski, Frye, Volpe, Sokolosky.........................3:19.61 2/19/09 PLC 2. Brown, Treat, Harris, Sokolosky..............................3:19.87 2/24/12 ECAC 3. Brown, Treat, Reitz, Sokolosky..............................3:19.97 2/17/11 PLC 4. Brown, Treat, Reitz, Sokolosky..............................3:20.81 2/18/12 PLC 5. Fletcher, Frye, Volpe, Sokolosky...............................3:21.00 2/18/10 PLC 6. Kawczenski, Bennett, G. Steadman, Peterman........3:21.98 2/21/08 PLC 7. Feinthel, Guskey, Kretzer, Garvin............................3:22.93 2/20/03 PLC 8. Kretzer, Schilling, Crandell, Rawhauser...................3:22.99 2/24/05 PLC 9. Kretzer, Schilling, Crandell, G. Steadman................3:23.98 2/23/06 PLC 10. Brown, Frye, Nicholson, Sokolosky........................3:24.10 11/20/11 BU Invit. 200-Yard Freestyle Relay 1. Kawczenski, Sokolosky, Hallowell, Fletcher.............1:21.21 2/19/09 PLC 2. Neary, Ruth, Sharpe, Johnson..................................1:22.01 2/11/99 PLC 3. Fletcher, Treat, Hallowell, Sokolosky......................1:22.12 2/18/10 PLC 4. Thieman, Guskey, Willats, Garvin............................1:22.17 2/20/03 PLC 5. Reitz, Treat, Suchomel, Sokolosky.......................1:22.34 2/17/11 PLC 6. Thieman, Rawhauser, Willats, Garvin......................1:22.59 2/26/04 PLC 7. Reitz, Harris, Suchomel, Treat..............................1:22.71 2/18/12 PLC 8. Neary, Hill, Ferriter, Sharpe......................................1:22.80 2/17/00 PLC 9. Harris, Suchomel, Treat, Sokolosky.......................1:22.95 11/20/11 BU Invit. 10. Neary, Garvin, Ferriter, Sharpe................................1:23.14 2/16/01 PLC . 400-Yard Freestyle Relay 1. Segar, Treat, Reitz, Sokolosky................................3:00.87 2/17/11 PLC 2. Harris, Reitz, Brown, Sokolosky..............................3:01.68 2/18/12 PLC 3. Harris, Segar, Brown, Sokolosky...............................3:01.69 2/24/12 ECAC 4. Kawczenski, Sokolosky, Fletcher, Trafton................3:01.78 2/21/09 PLC 5. D. Steenson, Conze, Schroth, Gross..........................3:02.12 3/7/92 ECAC 6. Fletcher, Treat, Hallowell, Sokolosky......................3:02.91 2/20/10 PLC 7. Neary, Sharpe, Ruth, Johnson..................................3:03.31 2/13/99 PLC 8. Conze, R. Steenson, Droste, Gross...........................3:03.60 2/20/93 PLC 9. Brown, Segar, Treat, Sokolosky...............................3:03.99 11/20/11 BU Invit. 10. Neary, Sharpe, Ferriter, Garvin................................3:04.02 2/17/01 PLC

800-Yard Freestyle Relay

1. Brown, Segar, Treat, Sokolosky...............................6:39.79 2/18/12 PLC 2. Trafton, Fletcher, Segar, Leboza...............................6:42.02 2/20/09 PLC 3. Fletcher, Treat, Trafton, Segar...............................6:42.57 2/19/10 PLC 4. Sokolosky, Wallace, Hadley, Segar.........................6:42.81 2/24/12 ECAC 5. Sokolosky, Segar, Treat, Brown...............................6:43.68 11/20/11 BU Invit. 6. Segar, Treat, Stevens, Ramey.................................6:43.69 2/17/11 PLC 7. Segar, Reitz, Treat, Ramey......................................6:47.12 2/25/11 ECAC 8. Duffy, Young, Morley, Harvey...................................6:48.45 2/20/87 ECC 9. Duffy, Hilk, Young, Harvey.......................................6:49.13 2/22/85 ECC 10. Buckley, Lannes, R. Steenson, Broderick.................6:49.33 2/17/95 PLC

Year-by-Year Records

Jon Jones

1997-98 8-3 1976-77 5-5 Russell Year Record Head Coach 1998-99 7-2 1956-57 1-3 Latour 1977-78 6-3 Russell 1999-00 4-4 1957-58 6-2 Latour 1978-79 7-4 Russell 2000-01 7-2 1958-59 6-2 Latour 1979-80 3-6 Russell 2001-02 3-3 1959-60 7-2 Latour 1980-81 8-3 Russell 2002-03 4-2 1960-61 7-3 Latour 1981-82 3-7 Russell 2003-04 2-4 1982-83 4-5 Russell 1961-62 9-2 Latour 2004-05 2-6 1983-84 6-6 Russell 1962-63 7-2 Latour 2005-06 3-5 1984-85 5-8 Russell 1963-64 11-1 Latour 2006-07 4-6 1985-86 5-6 Russell 1964-65 10-1 Latour 2007-08 6-2 1965-66 4-7 Latour 1986-87 5-5 Russell 2008-09 7-2 1966-67 6-4 Latour 1987-88 5-5 Russell 2009-10 4-5 1967-68 9-2 Latour 1988-89 5-6 Russell 2010-11 6-5 1989-90 5-6 Russell 1968-69 8-4 Russell 2011-12 7-2 1990-91 1-10 Russell 1969-70 9-4 Russell Totals 334-211 1991-92 5-5 Russell 1970-71 9-2 Russell 1971-72 7-3 Russell 1992-93 3-6 Russell 1972-73 9-2 Russell 1993-94 5-5 Russell 1973-74 11-0 Russell 1994-95 9-0 Kachmarik 1974-75 9-1 Russell 1995-96 7-3 Kachmarik 1975-76 6-4 Russell 1996-97 7-3 Kachmarik

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Coaching Staff Dan Schinnerer

Robert A. Latour Head Swimming & Diving Coach

Yale ’01 Seventh Season 34-22 (Men)/33-23-1 (Women) Dan Schinnerer, who was named the Patriot League Men’s Coach of the Year in 2008 and 2010, enters his seventh season as the head men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach at Bucknell. In his first six seasons at the helm of the Bison, 15 school records fell on the men’s side (200 free, 500 free, 1,000 free, 1,650 free, 100 back, 200 back, 200 fly, 200 IM, 400 IM, three-meter diving and five relays) and the squad has captured eight individual and one relay title at the Patriot League Championships. The Bucknell men have finished in the top three at the league meet in each of Schinnerer’s first six seasons. Four different swimmers (Mark Kawczenski, Mike Nicholson, Eric Sokolosky, Luke Trafton) have combined for eight individual Patriot League titles under Schinnerer’s tutelage. Under Schinnerer’s direction, the women’s team produced 10 all-league performers on the way to a second-place finish at the Patriot League Championships in his first year. In four of the last five seasons, Schinnerer led the women to thirdplace showings at the league championships, while in 2010 he saw the Bison surpass defending champion Colgate for second place. New records have been set in 17 events during Schinnerer’s tenure. Prior to becoming the frontman for the Bison in the summer of 2006, the 2001 Yale graduate was an assistant coach with Michigan’s nationally ranked men’s swimming team. Schinnerer had been associated with the vaunted Michigan program since 2003, first as a volunteer assistant and then as a full-time assistant coach beginning in July 2004. Over his last three seasons the Wolverines finished fifth, sixth and eighth, respectively, at the NCAA Championships, and in each of his last two years they produced two NCAA individual champions. Schinnerer, who served as the team’s recruiting coordinator and budget administrator, designed and implemented the training program for the sprint and breaststroke group. He was able to work with Olympic-caliber swimmers, including Michigan student assistant coach Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all-time with 22 career medals. Four Michigan swimmers competed on the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team. The Wolverines placed five swimmers with Michigan ties on the 2005 USA World Championship Team, and the Club Wolverine squad swept the men’s, women’s and combined titles at the national championships in the summer of 2006. At Michigan, Schinnerer apprenticed under a pair of legendary head coaches in Jon Urbanchek and Bob Bowman. Urbanchek, an American Swimming Coaches Association Hall of Famer, won a national championship and 13 Big Ten titles in 22 years at Michigan, and he coached in every Olympic Games from 1984 through 2004. He sent 28 of his Wolverine swimmers to the Olympics, and eight of those athletes combined to win 15 medals. Bowman took over the program in April 2004 after a successful nine-year stint at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club, where Phelps was one of his prized pupils. For his accomplishments with North Balti-

Dan Schinnerer

Mike Ginder

Kristine Mann

Washington & Lee ’07 First Season

Wooster ’10 First Season

Assistant Coach

A 16-time All-American swimmer at Washington & Lee, Mike Ginder joined the Bison swimming and diving staff in the summer of 2012. He put together an impressive four-year career with the Generals, capturing eight individual conference titles, two conference MVP awards and team MVP four times. A team captain as a senior, Ginder graduated in 2007 with three individual and five relay school records. He was voted as the Washington & Lee Most Valuable

Senior Male Athlete. Since graduation, Ginder has gained plenty of coaching experience. Most recently, he spent one year as a volunteer assistant at Georgetown University while also completing his master’s degree in professional studies in sports industry management. His thesis was on proposed changes to NCAA recruiting bylaws. Prior to his time at Georgetown, Ginder spent one year as an assistant at Catholic University, where he was part of a staff named Coaching Staff of the Year in the Landmark Conference. Ginder also spent a few months as an intern with the United States Golf Association, where he assisted with the merchandise operations of more than 30 vendors at the 2011 U.S. Open in Bethesda, Md. Ginder got his start in coaching at his alma mater. He spent three years as an assistant with the Generals, gaining experience in all facets of coaching. Ginder has stayed busy during the summers, working camps at Virginia and Navy, as well as serving as a coach at the North Baltimore Aquatic Club.

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more, Bowman won the USA Swimming and the American Swimming Coaches Association Coach of the Year Awards in 2001 and 2003. He was also named the USA Swimming Developmental Coach of the Year in 2002. Schinnerer was also heavily involved in Michigan’s highly regarded summer swimming camp program, where he mentored both girls and boys aged 9-18. As assistant camp director and head coach of the intensive camp, he worked with many top young swimmers on stroke technique and training principles. At Yale, Schinnerer was a four-year swimming letterman, where he graduated in 2001 with a bachelor of arts degree in history. As a member of the Bulldogs swimming team, he was a Senior Nationals qualifier and was the recipient of the William Leeming Jellife Award for “greatest progress and development in swimming ability and outstanding leadership during his college years.” The Grand Rapids, Mich., native went on to teach history and serve as assistant swimming coach at The Peddie School in Hightstown, N.J. He helped Peddie to an Eastern Interscholastic Prep School girls’ title in 2002 and a boys’ championship in 2003. Schinnerer coached multiple NISCA All-Americans, U.S. Open qualifiers and senior national qualifiers at Peddie. At Bucknell, Schinnerer took over a storied Bison swimming and diving program that has excelled since moving into the state-of-the-art Kinney Natatorium in 2002-03. Bucknell’s women captured four straight Patriot League championships from 2003-2006, while the Bison men won the title in 2003 and have finished among the top three teams over the past seven seasons. The Bucknell men won the 1964 NCAA College Division championship and have won 18 conference titles since 1960. Schinnerer resides in Lewisburg with his wife Lesia, and their sons Kase and Erik.

Assistant Coach

Kristine Mann was added to the Bucknell swimming and diving coaching staff in the summer of 2012 after spending the previous two years as an assistant at the University of Mount Union. A member of the 2012 Ohio Athletic Conference Women’s Coaching Staff of the Year, Mann saw Raiders capture 10 individual conference titles and set five conference records during her tenure. Additionally, one swimmer was a national qualifier. Outside of the pool, the women’s team ranked in the top 15 nationally in grade-point average. Mann graduated from the College of Wooster in 2010 with a degree in mathematics and a minor in education. She was a four-year member of the swimming and diving team and was selected to the conference’s All-Academic Team. Mann served as team captain as a senior. This past summer Mann served as a counselor at the Texas A&M Aggie Swim Camp and she has spent time as a counselor and director at a Teen Leadership Camp at Fairmont State University.

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Coaching/Support Staff Carl Milofsky

Sandy Elion Assistant Coach

Academic Advisor

Connecticut College 19th Season Sandy Elion is in her 19th season as a member of the Bucknell coaching staff. A teacher and co-director of the elementary program at the West Branch School in nearby Williamsport for the last 30 years, Elion brings to Bucknell a wealth of swimming knowledge and experience. In the Bison program, Elion’s primary responsibility is working with the stroke group. Elion has a bachelor of arts degree in child development from Connecticut College and a master’s degree in education from the University of Iowa. A consistent record-setter in many midwestern and central U.S. swimming championships, Elion competed in the 1962-63 U.S. National Championships. She also competed for eight years on a Central AAU (now U.S. Swimming) team, serving as captain for three years. After a two-year stint as waterfront director at Seaside Regional Center in Waterford, Conn., Elion’s coaching experience included several years of age group coaching first at the Susquehanna Valley Aquatics Club and then at the Williamsport YMCA. Elion coached at Williamsport High School from 1988-93, helping lead the team to four District IV titles. She also has plenty of experience as a volunteer coach, stroke specialist and stroke judge in the Williamsport area. Elion and her husband, Bucknell professor Carl Milofsky, have four adult children: Jude, Nina, Tessa and Jake.

Brandeis ’70 18th Season Assistant coach Sandy Elion’s husband, Carl Milofsky, enters his 18th season as the faculty representative with the Bison swimming program. Milofsky has been a professor of sociology at Bucknell since 1982. Originally from Milwaukee, Wis., Milofsky was a professor at Yale University for four years before arriving in Lewisburg. He also taught at the City University of New York and the University of Chicago prior to his stint at Yale. Milofsky received his bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University in 1970, and completed both master’s and doctoral work at the University of California at Berkeley. Milofsky served as chairperson of Bucknell’s Sociology Department several times and was the editor of the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. He is also the author of three books: Special Education — A Sociological Study of California Programs, Testers and Testing — A Sociology of School Psychology and Community Organizations — Studies in Resource Mobilization and Exchange.

Pam Armold

Assistant Director of Athletics/Aquatics and Auxiliary Services

Vermont ’77 11th Season

Errol Carter Diving Coach

Connecticut ’96 17th Season Former University of Connecticut standout diver Errol Carter enters his 17th season as coach of the Bison men’s and women’s diving program. The 2009 and 2012 Patriot League Diving Coach of the Year, Carter graduated from UConn in 1996 with a bachelor of science degree in therapeutic recreational services. He concluded an internship at the Institute of Living in Hartford in 1998, which completed his undergraduate requirements. While at UConn, Carter was a four-year letterwinner as a diver. He advanced to the Big East finals off the three-meter board in both his sophomore (1993-94) and junior (1994-95) seasons. He was also a conference finalist off the one-meter board in 1993-94. Carter helped his team win its first New England championship in 1994-95 by placing fifth on both boards. Carter, in 2003, helped Bison diver Adam Freeman to a Patriot League title and several school-record performances. In 2005, he coached Freeman and Erika Mannix to the NCAA Zone “A” Diving Championships. In recent years Carter helped Rebecca Bersani to four straight all-league nods, Allison FitzPatrick earn her first all-league citation as a senior in 2010 and he helped David Magaro earn all-league honors as a freshman and an NCAA Zone Diving berth as a sophomore. Last year, Carter guided freshman Tara Boyle to the first women’s PL diving title in program history. In Lewisburg, Carter volunteers his time with the community diving team, and he also helped run a diving camp at West Chester University.

Pam Armold, former head women’s swimming coach at Cornell and most recently an assistant men’s and women’s swimming coach at Yale, is in her 11th year in the position of aquatics coordinator at Bucknell. In 2011, she added duties as Assistant Director of Athletics/Aquatics and Auxiliary Services. Armold oversees the daily operations of Bucknell’s Kinney Natatorium and Sojka Pavilion, as well as the campus instructional golf center and the Krebs Family Fitness Center. She coordinates all pool-related operations, including programming and facility scheduling for varsity, recreation and outside use. Armold is also responsible for training and scheduling lifeguards, as well as aquatics event management. A 1977 graduate of the University of Vermont, Armold had served as assistant men’s and women’s swimming coach at Yale from 1998 to 2002. That followed a 10-year stint at Cornell, the first eight as an assistant men’s and women’s coach, and the final two (1996-98) as head women’s coach after the Big Red program restructured. Armold, who received a master of science degree in physical education from Ithaca College in 1980, took her first head coaching position in the fall of 1980 at Humboldt State, where she coached the women’s swimming team and lectured in the physical education department for eight years. She has a wealth of recreational swimming experience as well, having served as an instructor in swimming, water safety and lifeguard training. Armold also managed a pair of swimming pools in Glendale, Calif., during her stint at Humboldt State. Armold is certified by the American Red Cross in the areas of water safety instructor training, water safety instruction, lifeguard instruction and first aid/CPR instruction.

The Robert A. Latour Endowment Bucknell trustee William D. Dearstyne Jr., a member of the Class of 1962, established the Robert A. Latour Varsity Swimming and Diving Endowment. Dearstyne’s significant gift to the university permanently endows the head coaching position for swimming and diving, along with providing funds for the program. Latour began coaching at Bucknell in 1956. In 12 years, he led his swim teams to an overall 83-31 record in dual meets and six Middle Atlantic Conference championships. His 1964 squad won the inaugural NCAA college division championship, still the only NCAA title held by Bucknell. From 1968 to his retirement 10 years later, Latour served as Bucknell’s athletic director. A fellow Bucknell Hall of Famer with Latour, Dearstyne, company group chairman of Johnson & Johnson in New Brunswick, N.J., and a member of Bucknell’s Board of Trustees since 1991, was considered one of the finest swimmers in the history of the former Middle Atlantic Conference, winning six MAC titles in record-breaking times in the 100-yard and 200-yard backstroke. A two-time co-captain who was undefeated in 30 consecutive 200-yard backstroke races, he also was a member of two Bucknell 400-yard medley relay teams that set records while winning MAC crowns. As a sophomore, Dearstyne was the Eastern Intercollegiate 100-yard backstroke champion. In 1962, he was named the outstanding athlete in Bucknell’s senior class.

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Robert A. Latour Inducted into Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame in 1985 Bucknell’s swimming coach from the inception of the program in 1956 until 1968 and director of athletics from 1968-78, Bob Latour is one of the all-time greats in Bison annals. He led his swimming teams to six Middle Atlantic Conference championships (1960, 1963-65, 1967-68) and the 1964 NCAA College Division title. Sixteen of his swimmers were selected to the College Division All-America Team, and his dual meet record was 83-31. From 1968 to his retirement 10 years later, Latour served as Bucknell’s athletic director. ***For more information on members of the Bucknell Swimming & Diving program in the Hall of Fame, turn to pages 32-34.***

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Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame William D. Dearstyne ’62 - Inducted in 1982 Twice a co-captain of the Bison swimming team, Dearstyne won Middle Atlantic Conference 100 and 200-yard backstroke championships for three straight years. Dearstyne was the Eastern 100-yard backstroke champion in 1960. He led the Bison to their first-ever MAC championship in 1960. Dearstyne was the first Bucknell swimmer to compete at the NCAA Championship. A member of the Bucknell Board of Trustees and a tremendous friend to Bison Athletics, Dearstyne helped establish the Robert A. Latour Swimming & Diving Endowment in 2002. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1982)

William C. Dorr ’62 - Inducted in 1995 A three-year swimming letterman and twice cocaptain of the Bison team, Bill Dorr helped lead Bucknell in 1960 to the first of its 18 conference swimming championships. Winner of the 220 and 440-yard freestyle events and anchor on the 400yard medley relay team that clinched the Middle Atlantic Conference Championship for the Bison, Dorr also won one other conference title, placed sixth in the 100 free at the 1962 Eastern Collegiate Championships, and at the time of his graduation held or shared five school records. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1995)

William L. Drake ’72 - Inducted in 1996 A four-year letterman in swimming, Bill Drake co-captained the 1974-75 team and set school and conference records in the 200-yard backstroke. Winner of the 200 back at the Middle Atlantic and East Coast Conference meets for three straight years, he also won the event at the East-West meet in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., in 1974. Drake won four individual events and was on seven winning relays at conference championship meets during his career, while seven of the victories were in record times. He also competed on three relay teams in the NCAA meet in 1975. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1996)

B. Kathryn Frazier ’82 - Inducted in 1987 The first woman swimmer to be enshrined, Kathy Frazier was a three-year co-captain. She earned 19 All-America designations, three of them with top-5 finishes at the AIAW Division II Championships her senior year. A specialist in the freestyle and butterfly events, Frazier had a gaudy 84-5 career record in dual meet individual events and held eight school records upon graduation. The winner of the Bison Club Award and the Christy Mathewson Award as the outstanding athlete in her senior class, Frazier’s top placings in national championships included a second and three thirds. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1987)

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Jeremy Gross ’93 - Inducted in 2008 One of the top sprinters in program history, Jay Gross won eight individual Patriot League titles during an outstanding four-year career. He won three Patriot League gold medals in both the 50yard freestyle and the 100-yard butterfly, and he captured two titles in the 100 free. In addition, he was a member of six Patriot League champion relay teams as well as one East Coast Conference championship relay unit as a freshman. Gross was honored as the Patriot League Co-Swimmer of the Meet in both 1992 and 1993, and he went on to win ECAC championships in the 100 fly and 100 free in 1992, and in the 50 and 100 free in 1993. He set meet records in both events as a senior. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 2008)

Margaret Grunow Conze ’93 - Inducted in 2004 One of the finest female swimmers in Bucknell history, Conze won a school-record 88 individual races and never lost a regular-season 50 or 100yard freestyle event. In 12 career individual league championship races, she captured 11 gold medals and one bronze medal. During her junior and senior campaigns she was a perfect 49-0, including six Patriot League individual titles and an Eastern Seaboard championship. Conze became the first female swimmer in school history to compete at the U.S. Olympic Trials. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 2004)

James B. Harvey ’88 - Inducted in 1999 One of the most decorated swimmers in Bucknell history, Jim Harvey graduated as the owner of eight individual school records. During his career Harvey dominated the East Coast Conference, winning 11 of a possible 12 individual races. He was named the Outstanding Swimmer of the Meet in each of his four years. Harvey won ECC Championship titles in seven different events, twice qualifying for the NCAA Championships, where he was honorable mention in the 50-meter freestyle in 1988. He was the Eastern champion in the 100 free in 1987 and in the 100 butterfly in 1988. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1999)

Jeff Hilk ’86 - Inducted in 2010 Jeff Hilk was a standout for both the Bucknell water polo and swimming and diving teams in the mid-1980s. As a four-year swimming letterman, Hilk graduated with school records in the 200-yard freestyle and 400 and 800 freestyle relays. The Cincinnati, Ohio, native was a top-eight finisher in five freestyle events at East Coast Conference Championships and was on two gold-medal relays in 1985. Hilk won the Scott Schulte Award as the water polo team’s MVP in 1985 and was also the co-recipient of the Christy Mathewson Award as the top senior athlete in his class. During the water polo circuit he posted 334 goals and 460 points in his career, totals that still rank second only to fellow Hall of Famer and All-American Scott Schulte ’81 on Bucknell’s career charts. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 2010)

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Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame Kathleen A. Lynch ’87 - Inducted in 1998 A four-year swimming letterwinner and twice co-captain of the team, Kathy Lynch won eight East Coast Conference individual championships and earned All-East honors in the 200-yard backstroke. A placewinner in backstroke events at the Eastern Championships for four consecutive years, Lynch held 10 school individual and relay records at graduation. She was highly instrumental in Bucknell winning its first women’s conference swimming championship in 1987, and she was twice the ECC Scholar-Athlete in women’s swimming. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1998)

Susan D. Mestier Brauner ’74 - Inducted in 1997 A pioneer in the Bucknell aquatics program, Sue Mestier Brauner served as team captain of Bucknell’s first varsity women’s swimming team and qualified for national championship competition. She graduated with school records in the 100, 200 and 400-yard freestyle events, and the 100-yard butterfly. She recorded two top-10 finishes at the 1974 National Women’s Swimming Championships. Led by Mestier Brauner, Bucknell’s firstever varsity team finished fifth at the Eastern Championships and placed 18th of 75 teams at the national championship meet. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1997)

Geoffrey B. Miller ’76 - Inducted in 1998 A four-year swimming letterman, co-captain of the 1975-76 team and a member of Bucknell teams that won four consecutive Middle Atlantic Conference and East Coast Conference championships, the late Geoff Miller was one of the most dominant swimmers of perhaps the greatest swimming era in school history. During his career he won seven individual conference titles and was on 10 relay teams that took conference gold medals. He set three league individual records and competed at the NCAA Swimming Championships twice. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1998)

Jennifer A. Myers-Keating ’98 - Inducted in 2008 One of Bucknell’s most decorated woman swimmers, Jennifer Myers-Keating became the first female in Patriot League history to win the same event at the league championship meet four straight years. She won 35 of 36 career races in the 200 back and never lost a race at home in four years. A four-time All-Patriot Leaguer, Myers-Keating won the three events at the 1995 Patriot League Championships and was named Co-Swimmer of the Meet. In addition to her four Patriot League gold medals in the 200 back, she also won three more in the 100 back and graduated with 10 PL titles. Her eight individual gold medals were a league record at the time. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 2008)

Peter R. O’Keeffe ’72 - Inducted in 1984 Peter O’Keeffe co-captained the 1971-72 Bucknell swimming team and is one of only two University Division All-Americans in program history. Winner of the 200-yard freestyle at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships for three straight years, O’Keeffe also won three other MAC freestyle titles, held or shared eight school records, and starred on teams that won two MAC team titles. In addition to earning All-America honors in the 100-yard backstroke at the NCAA Championships in 1971, he placed in the top nine in the backstroke races at the Eastern Championships five times. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1984)

Gregory W. Olson ’70 - Inducted in 1987 Greg Olson was, at the time of his graduation, the highest scorer in Bucknell swimming history, and he held school records in the 500, 1000 and 1650yard freestyle events and in the 400 free relay. As a senior, Olson won Middle Atlantic Conference championships in the 200 butterfly and 500 and 1650 freestyle and placed in both the 200 fly and 500 free at the Eastern Championships. Cocaptain of the 1969-70 team, he swam on teams that had a combined 26-10 record and won two MAC titles. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1987)

Robert N. Richards ’74 - Inducted in 1985 The finest diver in Bucknell history, Bob Richards won the Middle Atlantic Conference one- and three-meter championships in 1973 and 1974. He co-captained the swimming and diving team as a senior and set a school dual meet scoring record. He was a member of teams that won 36 of 43 dual meets and four straight conference titles. Richards scored in the Eastern Championships, was named to the Dean’s List five times at Bucknell, and received the ECAC Medallion for athletic and scholastic excellence. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1985)

Richard W. Russell - Inducted in 1997 The foundation of the Bucknell aquatics program for more than a quarter-century, Dick Russell coached the men’s swimming and diving team from 1968-94 and created the water polo program at Bucknell, coaching the team from its inception as a varsity sport in 1977 until 1986. Russell’s swim teams compiled a dual-meet record of 154121 and won 11 conference championships, while his water polo teams tallied an overall record of 223-68-4, making him the first coach in Bucknell history to record 100 or more victories in two sports. Russell passed away in April 2008. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1997)

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Bucknell Athletics Hall of Fame Roger J. Schwanhausser ’75 - Inducted in 2002 Roger Schwanhausser was one of the leaders of a terrific Bison swimming team that captured four straight Middle Atlantic Conference and East Coast Conference team championships. In addition to winning three individual conference titles, Schwanhausser earned gold medals on 11 different relays. He graduated with Bucknell records in the 100 backstroke and 200 IM. His son, Stephen ’03, also swam for the Bison and set school records in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. They are the only father-son combination in school history in any sport to have held school records. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 2002)

Catherine Karpuk Seward ’77 - Inducted in 1993 The first female athlete at Bucknell to receive AllAmerica recognition, Cathy Karpuk Seward earned four varsity letters as a diver on the swimming and diving teams, and she is generally regarded as the finest female diver ever at Bucknell. A team co-captain in 1976-77, she placed fifth in the three-meter dive and sixth in the one-meter event that year at the AIAW Small College National Championships to earn the All-America honors. Karpuk Seward had 47 first-place finishes in her four-year dual-meet career. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1993)

Edmund Jared Thimme, Jr. ’66 - Inducted in 1990 Winner of five individual Middle Atlantic Conference swimming championships, Jerry Thimme also won the 200 and 1650-yard freestyles at the 1964 NCAA College Division Championships to help lead Bucknell to the team title. He was an All-American in four events in 1964 and two more the following year. Thimme was a part of MAC championship teams in 1964 and 1965. In 1964 he won MAC gold medals in the 200 free, 500 free and 400 free relay, and a year later he repeated in all three events. He also won the MAC title in the 200 free as a senior in 1966. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1990)

Stephen P. Winings ’74 - Inducted in 2008 Steve Winings was named an All-American after finishing eighth in the 50-yard freestyle at the 1971 NCAA Championships, the highest finish ever by a Bucknell swimmer. He captured the Middle Atlantic Conference title in the 50 free every year from 1971-74, making him the first swimmer in conference history to win an event four years in a row. He also won the 100 breaststroke in 1971 and 1973 and captured seven more MAC titles in relays, including four in the 400 free relay. Winings was twice a silver medalist in the 50 free at the Eastern Championships. He co-captained the 1973-74 team to the only undefeated season in Bucknell history. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 2008)

James P. Smigie ’65 - Inducted in 1980 Jim Smigie won the 100 and 200-yard butterfly races to pace Bucknell to the 1964 NCAA College Division Championship. A co-captain of the 196465 Bison team and a member of teams that had a combined 28-4 record and won three straight Middle Atlantic Conference Championships, Smigie also won NCAA gold medals in the 400-yard medley relay in 1964 and the 200 fly in 1965 when Bucknell finished third in the team competition. The first MAC swimmer to win seven individual conference gold medals in his career, Smigie was undefeated in 34 dual meets in the 200 fly. (Bucknell Hall of Fame Class of 1980)

Recent Summer Events/Results

2011 USA National Championships (Aug. 2-6, 2011 • Avery Aquatics Center • Palo Alto, Calif.) Bucknell Participants: Men: Thomas Brown, Billy Krause, Mike Nicholson, Matthew Segar, Eric Sokolosky, Christian Treat. Highlights: Brown (200 back), Krause (400 IM) and Nicholson (400 IM) competed in individual events, while all six Bison swam in time trials. Segar posted one of the better individual performances, coming just .14 seconds shy of an Olympic Trials cut in the 200 free time trial.

The summer months are an important time for Bison swimmers and divers to improve. Bucknell student-athletes have competed at a number of summer events in recent years, including the Charlotte UltraSwim, MidAtlantic Championships, USA Swimming National Championships and U.S. Olympic Trials.

2012 Charlotte UltraSwim (May 10-13, 2012 • Mecklenberg County Aquatic Center • Charlotte, N.C.) Bucknell Participants: Men: Mike Nicholson, Christian Treat. Highlights: Nicholson finished 19th of 54 in 400 IM and came within .35 seconds of an Olympic Trials cut.

2011 Charlotte UltraSwim (May 12-15, 2011 • Mecklenberg County Aquatic Center • Charlotte, N.C.) Bucknell Participants: Men: Thomas Brown, Billy Krause, Eric Sokolosky, Christian Treat. Women: Kelly Pontecorvo. Highlights: Sokolosky (100 fly, 100 free), Brown (100 back) and Treat (200 IM) finished in the top half of races.

2012 Santa Clara International Grand Prix (June 3-6, 2012 • Haines International Swim Center • Santa Clara, Calif.) Bucknell Participants: Men: Mike Nicholson, Christian Treat. Women: Kelly Pontecorvo. Highlights: Nicholson posted an Olympic Trials cut in the 400 IM, beating the standard by .01 seconds. Treat reached the “C” final in three events, while Pontecorvo finished in the top half of the field in the 1,500 free.

2011 Mid-Atlantic Championships (July 20-23, 2011 • Kinney Natatorium • Lewisburg, Pa.) Bucknell Participants: Men: Thomas Brown, Mike Davitt, Billy Krause, Stephen McMillin, Mike Nicholson, Matthew Segar, Eric Sokolosky, Bryce Suchomel, Christian Treat. Women: Kelly Purcell, Kaitlyn Sweeney. Highlights: The 11 Bucknell swimmers combined for 13 top-eight finishes. Five different men posted multiple top-eight showings: Brown (100 back, 200 back), Nicholson (200 fly, 200 IM, 400 IM), Segar (100 free, 200 free), Sokolosky (50 free, 100 free, 100 fly, 200 free), Treat (200 IM, 100 breast). Segar claimed the only Bison victory, winning the 200 free.

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2012 U.S. Olympic Trials (June 25-July 2, 2012 • CenturyLink Center • Santa Clara, Calif.) Bucknell Participants: Men: Erik Heinemann, Mike Nicholson, Matthew Segar. Women: Emily Norton. Results: • Erik Heinemann (200 fly) - 2:04.60 (100th of 134) • Mike Nicholson (400 IM) - 4:32.19 (t-75th of 109) • Emily Norton (200 breast) - 2:44.35 (114th of 118) • Matthew Segar (200 free) - 1:54.49 (116th of 124)

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The Plan for Bucknell/Mission Statement The Plan for Bucknell

Bucknell is a unique national university where liberal arts and professional programs complement each other, where 3,583 full-time students are educated for a lifetime of critical thinking and strong leadership. For more than 160 years, the University has remained true to its fundamental purpose: to educate and prepare students for lives that make a difference and have a positive impact on the world. In keeping with that purpose, the University has developed The Plan for Bucknell, which includes its collective vision — “To provide students with the premier undergraduate experience in American higher education.” Students helped shape this vision because of their confidence in the University. The Plan comprises five strategies: Strengthen the Academic Core aims to ensure that a Bucknell education is challenging and engaging, with openness to new ideas and a culture of innovation; Deepen the Residential Learning Experience will provide a residential learning and living experience that complements the academic program, integrates the athletics and recreation program and promotes personal growth and development and civic and ethical responsibility; Enhance Diversity is a commitment to diversity in all its forms within a civil and supportive environment of open exchange to prepare Bucknell graduates to live and work in a globally integrated and intercultural world; Build Bridges will bring the world to Bucknell — through visiting scholars and sports teams, international students and alumni, guest speakers, international focus semesters, and electronic communications — and bring Bucknell to the world through strategic partnerships and community engagement activities as well as opportunities for off-campus study and faculty research; Secure Our Financial Future will secure resources necessary to engage new opportunities, lessen dependence on tuition, and ensure our financial future. The Plan for Bucknell was unanimously approved by the Board of Trustees on April 29, 2006, having previously been approved by the students and faculty. We have begun implementing it and are determined to make it a reality over the next decade. To read the complete version of The Plan for Bucknell or to request a published version, see http://www.bucknell.edu/ThePlanforBucknell

Bucknell Department of Athletics and Recreation Mission Statement

The Department of Athletics and Recreation strives to set the standard of excellence for intercollegiate and intramural programs in higher education, thereby advancing and drawing attention to the mission, core values, and educational goals of Bucknell University. The Department believes that student-athletes’ academic programs must be their first priority. It is therefore committed to maintaining Bucknell’s high national ranking for student-athletes’ graduation rates and for producing Academic All-Americans, and to continued leadership of the Patriot League in Academic Honor Roll nominations, based on grade-point averages. The coaches’ and staff’s paramount responsibility is maintaining academic priorities and supporting student-athletes’ education, even while providing the rigorous and serious NCAA Division I athletic opportunities Bucknell student-athletes seek. Further, the Department promotes the personal growth of student-athletes and the general student body by encouraging personal health, development, and balance among intellectual, social, civic, and physical pursuits; by celebrating challenge and competition; and by preparing participants for service and leadership in the world. Coaches and staff direct a rich array of athletic programs and recreational opportunities aimed at increasing student engagement, as well as strengthening character, healthy living, teamwork, sportsmanship, and spirit. In creating shared experiences for students, faculty, and staff, as well as alumni, family, and friends, the Department’s programs add substantially to Bucknell’s sense of community and foster life-long relationships with Bucknell. The Department embraces the University’s decision to compete at the highest extramural level, in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). Division I membership is valuable not only because this level of competition maximally challenges student-athletes, but also because it signals clearly Bucknell’s high standards and seriousness of purpose in all extracurricular endeavors and it helps position Bucknell apart from other National Liberal Arts Colleges. Likewise, the competitive success the Department seeks, measured in part by consistent contention for the Patriot League Presidents’ Cup, reflects positively upon Bucknell’s student-athletes and the University alike, and it brings distinction and national recognition to Bucknell. A student-centered operation, the Department is committed to providing equitable opportunities to women and men, as well as members of minority and majority groups of all kinds. The Department subscribes to, and complies with, all principles and regulations of the Patriot League, the Eastern College Athletic Conference, and the NCAA. The department is proud that so many of today’s exemplary Bison scholarathletes will be tomorrow’s outstanding leaders.

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Patriot League Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 24 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. Boston University and Loyola (Md.) will join the Patriot League as a full member beginning in the 2013-14 season. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with nearly all of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 84 teams from Patriot League full-member institutions earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society. During the 2011-12 academic year, Patriot League student-athletes and teams accomplished the following: • In the latest release of NCAA Academic Progress Rate, 94 percent of Patriot League teams scored at or above the national Division I four-year average score of 973. • 79 Patriot League teams, and 84 overall from full-member institutions, earned Public Recognition Awards from the NCAA for finishing in the top 10 percent of all teams in the most recent fouryear APR scores. • Navy won the Presidents’ Cup for the first time in school history, and also won the women’s title. Lehigh edged the Mids for the men’s crown. • Lehigh, a No. 15 seed, defeated No. 2 Duke 75-70 in a second-round NCAA Tournament game on March 16. The victory is up for a “best upset” award for the ESPYs. • Colgate’s Peter Baum became the first player in Patriot League history to win the Tewaaraton Award as the top collegiate lacrosse player, and also claimed the Lt. Enners Award. • Colgate’s Elise DeRoo was named the Patriot League Female ScholarAthlete of the Year, while Army’s Brendan Buckley won the Male ScholarAthlete of the Year award. • Ten student-athletes were named Capital One Academic All-Americans, including a first-team selection for Bucknell’s Tim Bolte (Football). • 48 student-athletes earned Capital One Academic All-District recognition. • It was the first time in Patriot League men’s basketball history that three teams played in the postseason tournament: Lehigh (NCAA), Bucknell (NIT), American (CIT). • For just the second time in history, two teams won a postseason game as Bucknell also beat Arizona 65-54 in the first round of the NIT. • For the first time in League history, three women’s basketball teams earned postseason bids, as Navy went to the NCAA Tournament, American to the WNIT and Holy Cross to the WBI. In addition, the Crusaders defeated New Hampshire in the first round of the WBI, giving the League its first postseason victory since 1991. • American became the first women’s basketball team to post a perfect 14-0 mark in PL play. • Lehigh’s C.J. McCollum was named ECAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year as well as an honorable mention AP All-American. • Lehigh’s Chris Lum finished in second place for the Walter Payton award and was named ECAC FCS Offensive Player of the Year while earning multiple All-America honors. • Georgetown’s Andrew Schaetzke finished fourth in the voting for the Buck Buchanan Award, was honored as ECAC FCS Defensive Player of the Year and became the ninth player in Patriot League history to earn consensus FCS All-America honors from the four major awarding organizations.

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• Eight players were named FCS All-Americans overall, with Lehigh’s Ryan Spadola and Bucknell’s Bryce Robertson joining Schaetzke as firstteam selections. • Lehigh defeated CAA champion Towson 40-38 in the second round of the NCAA Division I Football Championship on Dec. 3 to become the first Patriot League team since 2003 to advance to the quarterfinal round. The Mountain Hawks went on to finish at No. 5 in The Sports Network/ Fathead.com top 25 and won the ECAC FCS Lambert Cup. • Colgate upset previously unbeaten UMass, 13-11, in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament. • Colgate and Lehigh both finished in the top 10 of the final Nike/ Inside Lacrosse Media rankings. • Bucknell’s Billy Eisenreich was one of eight Patriot Leaguers to earn USILA All-America honors. • Jess Palacio (Navy) was a second-team All-America selection by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) and competed at both the NCAA Cross Country and Indoor Track and Field Championships. • Army junior pitcher Chris Rowley earned second-team All-America honors from two organizations while teammate Kevin McKague garnered third-team honors. Both players were also up for national awards throughout the season. • Bucknell men’s tennis doubles team of Gregg Cohenca and Evan Zimmer became the first Patriot League players to qualify for hte NCAA Championships individual draw. • Navy’s Laura Gorinski was invited to the NCAA Women’s Swimming Championships. • Army finished the season with 41 wins, which is the most by any PL baseball team in history. • Five players were selected in the first 23 rounds of the MLB Draft, the most in that span in Patriot League history. • Colgate’s Chris Johnson became the fourth men’s cross country runner to represent the Patriot League in the NCAA championships. • American’s John Pope won the Male Sportsmanship Award, the first cross country runner and first Eagle to claim the honor, while Holy Cross’ Katelynn Hartnett became the first Crusader to win the Female Sportsmanship Award. • Army’s Zach Price and Lehigh’s Julie Fernandez were named second-team Lowe’s Senior CLASS All-Americans in baseball and softball, respectively. • Four Patriot Leaguers signed NFL free agent contracts for the 2012 season. • Army’s William Park became the second Patriot Leaguer ever to earn an appearance in the NCAA Golf Regionals. • Lehigh brothers Cameron and Roman Lao-Gosney earned USILA Scholar All-America honors. • Colgate’s Jimmy McLaughlin and Steven Miller moved on to play for Major League Soccer clubs, as McLaughlin was signed by the Philadelphia Union and Miller was picked in the supplemental draft by the Montreal Impact. • Bucknell’s Brendan Burgdorf earned NSCAA Scholar All-America first-team honors while Army’s Jeff Pickett made the third team. • Navy’s Zack Duncavage placed 16th in the discus and Bucknell’s Leonard Joseph placed 17th in the hammer throw at the NCAA Division I Men’s Track and Field Outdoor Championships, with Duncavage earning second-team All-America status for his performance. • Navy’s Katherine Ashton became the first rowing All-American from the Patriot League since 2007 when she was named to the second team by CRCA. • Navy, which won the Patriot League Women’s Lacrosse Championship and advanced to the NCAA Tournament, was ranked 19th in the final deBeer Media Poll of the season. • The American field hockey team was recognized by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) as having the highest team grade-point average in the country at 3.55. Moreover, all six League squads were singled out by the organization for having team GPAs above 3.0.

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Recent Patriot League Championships Results 2008 (Lejeune Hall, Annapolis, Md.) Men Women 1. Navy, 887 1. Colgate, 723.5 2. Bucknell, 683.5 2. Navy, 679 3. Army, 593 3. Bucknell, 644.5 4. Lehigh, 358.5 4. Lafayette, 401 5. Colgate, 348 5. Lehigh, 328 6. American, 265 6. Army, 304 7. Lafayette, 201 7. American, 275 8. Holy Cross, 124 8. Holy Cross, 150 * Dan Schinnerer Coach of the Year

Mark Kawczenski won three career individual PL titles, including the 100 back in 2008.

Megan Mongan ’10 was a First Team All-Patriot League selection in 2008.

2009 (Kinney Natatorium, Lewisburg, Pa.) Men Women 1. Navy, 1,031.5 1. Colgate, 862 2. Bucknell, 635 2. Navy, 759.5 3. Army, 596 3. Bucknell, 656.5 4. Lehigh, 357.5 4. American, 315.5 5. Colgate, 353 5. Army, 303 6. Lafayette, 202 6. Lehigh, 262.5 7. American, 141 7. Lafayette, 180 8. Holy Cross, 123 8. Holy Cross, 144 * Errol Carter Men’s and Women’s Diving Coach of the Year

Macey Keath ’11 was a First Team All-Patriot League selection in 2009.

The Bison team captains accept the second-place trophy.. Kinney Natatorium will host the 2013 Patriot League Championships.

17 Presidents’ Cups in 22 Years for Bucknell

The Presidents’ Cup was created in 1991 to signify overall excellence in the 24 sports sponsored by the Patriot League, and Bucknell has captured the trophy 17 out of the 22 years it has been in existence, including 13 of the last 15. The Presidents’ Cup is awarded annually to the institution which accumulates the highest point total over the entire academic year, with points awarded on the basis of finish in the standings of each of the 24 Patriot League sports. The Patriot League also awards men’s and women’s all-sports trophies, and Bucknell has won the women’s trophy 17 times, including 14 of the last 15 years.

2010 (Lejeune Hall, Annapolis, Md.) Men Women 1. Navy, 1,047 1. Navy, 887 2. Bucknell, 646 2. Bucknell, 687 3. Army, 529 3. Colgate, 675.5 4. Lehigh, 427 4. Lehigh, 317.5 5. Colgate, 314 5. Army, 311.5 6. American, 209 6. American, 287.5 7. Lafayette, 194 7. Lafayette, 162 8. Holy Cross, 117 8. Holy Cross, 155 * Dan Schinnerer Men’s Coach of the Year

Eric Sokolosky won the 50 free at the 2010 Patriot League Championships.

Courtney Warren ’10 won her second career Patriot League title in 2010.

2011 (Kinney Natatorium, Lewisburg, Pa.) Men Women 1. Navy, 1,056 1. Colgate, 862 2. Army, 603.5 2. Navy, 760 3. Bucknell, 566 3. Bucknell, 581.5 4. Lehigh, 380 4. American, 332 5. Colgate, 363 5. Army, 323.5 6. American, 201 6. Lehigh, 230 7. Lafayette, 183.5 7. Lafayette, 226 8. Holy Cross, 130 8. Holy Cross, 144

Mike Nicholson won the 400 IM at the 2011 Patriot League Championships.

Molly Goebel won the 50 free at the 2011 Patriot League Championships.

2012 (Lejeune Hall, Annapolis, Md.) Men Women 1. Navy, 1,029.5 1. Navy, 933.5 2. Bucknell, 638.5 2. Colgate, 692.5 3. Army, 534.5 3. Bucknell, 593.5 4. Lehigh, 460 4. Army, 422.5 5. American, 271.5 5. Lehigh, 317.5 6. Colgate, 262 6. Lafayette, 217 7. Lafayette, 164 7. American, 213 8. Holy Cross, 123 8. Holy Cross, 116 * Errol Carter Men’s and Women’s Diving Coach of the Year

The Bison accept their second-place trophy..

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Tara Boyle became the first Bison female diver to win a Patriot League title in 2012

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Final Freas-Rooke Pool Records 1956-2002 Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free 100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM 200 MR 400 MR 200 FR 400 FR 800 FR 1m Diving* 3m Diving* *6 dives Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free 100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM 200 MR 400 MR 200 FR 400 FR 800 FR 1m Diving* 3m Diving* *6 dives

Kinney Natatorium Records 2003-pres.

Women Name (School)....................... Time/Score Grunow (Bucknell)...................................24.19 Grunow (Bucknell)...................................52.53 Grunow (Bucknell)................................1:53.63 Faas (Bucknell)......................................5:09.75 Feinthel (Bucknell)..............................10:30.19 Holthaus (Penn)..................................17:29.84 Grunow (Bucknell)...................................58.51 Wood (Bucknell)....................................2:07.85 Kolata (Army)...........................................58.30 Myers (Bucknell)...................................2:06.89 Flick (Bucknell)......................................1:06.87 Flick (Bucknell)......................................2:25.33 Grunow (Bucknell)................................2:10.75 Hallano (Penn)......................................4:39.51 Bucknell.................................................1:50.97 Bucknell.................................................4:00.97 Penn.......................................................1:39.73 Bucknell.................................................3:37.73 Bucknell.................................................8:01.83 Ehrgood (Bucknell)................................258.20 Ellis (Colgate).........................................267.53

Women Event............ Name (School)..................... Time/Score 50 Free.............Mi Dinh 2009 (Navy).............................22.36 100 Free...........Raab 2012 (Hershey HS).......................49.01 200 Free...........Raab 2012 (Hershey HS)................... 1:45.10 500 Free...........Aemisegger 2009 (Princeton)............ 4:38.54 1000 Free.........Aemisegger 2009 (Princeton)............ 9:42.40 1650 Free.........Aemisegger 2009 (Princeton).......... 16:01.79 100 Fly.............Nolan 2009 (Hershey HS).....................53.42 200 Fly.............Vaughn 2011 (Navy).......................... 1:58.77 100 Back..........Shickora 2008 (Marion Catholic HS)....53.88 200 Back..........McGraw 2011 (Colgate)..................... 1:56.39 100 Breast........Cameron (Warwick HS)..................... 1:00.54 200 Breast........Gorinsky 2011 (Navy)........................ 2:12.08 200 IM.............Cameron 2011 (Warwick HS)............ 1:57.74 400 IM.............Aemisegger 2009 (Princeton)............ 4:06.62 200 MR............Colgate 2009...................................... 1:41.12 400 MR............Colgate 2009...................................... 3:39.23 200 FR..............Colgate 2009...................................... 1:31.57 400 FR..............Colgate 2009...................................... 3:20.55 800 FR..............Colgate 2011...................................... 7:20.29 1m Diving........Meier 2009 (George Mason).............315.22* 3m Diving........Meier 2009 (George Mason).............312.45* * 6 optionals

Men Name (School)....................... Time/Score Neary (Bucknell)......................................20.91 Harvey (Bucknell)....................................45.87 Harvey (Bucknell), Doust (Syracuse)...................................1:42.08 Harvey (Bucknell).................................4:34.05 Girshe (La Salle)....................................9:29.52 Pinney (Penn)......................................16:42.78 Neary (Bucknell)......................................50.68 Smutney (Temple)................................1:50.37 Steenson (Bucknell).................................52.35 Larson (Fordham).................................1:54.81 Ebel (La Salle)...........................................58.38 Sanocki (Maryland)...............................2:07.10 Harvey (Bucknell).................................1:54.91 Kanaugh (La Salle)................................4:02.00 Bucknell.................................................1:35.59 Maryland...............................................3:31.39 Bucknell.................................................1:25.58 Bucknell.................................................3:06.88 Bucknell.................................................7:08.29 Richards (Bucknell)................................310.55 Ebert (Penn State)..................................353.10

Men Event............ Name (School)..................... Time/Score 50 Free.............Nolan 2011 (Hershey HS)......................19.58 100 Free...........Nolan 2011 (Hershey HS)......................42.34 200 Free...........Belecanech 2009 (Prep)..................... 1:36.05 500 Free...........Hunter 2009 (Navy)........................... 4:18.56 1000 Free.........Hunter 2009 (Navy)........................... 8:59.52 1650 Free.........Hunter 2008 (Navy)......................... 14:58.72 100 Fly.............Meyer 2009 (Navy)................................47.33 200 Fly.............Meyer 2009 (Navy)............................ 1:42.54 100 Back..........Nolan 2011 (Hershey HS)......................45.49 200 Back..........Hetzner 2009 (Navy)......................... 1:45.35 100 Breast........Szabo 2003 (American)..........................54.89 200 Breast........Hoffer 2011 (Navy)............................ 1:59.72 200 IM.............Nolan 2011 (Hershey HS).................. 1:41.39 400 IM.............Hunter 2009 (Navy)........................... 3:51.24 200 MR............Navy 2009.......................................... 1:29.11 400 MR............Navy 2009.......................................... 3:15.01 200 FR..............Navy 2011.......................................... 1:20.68 400 FR..............Navy 2011.......................................... 2:56.76 800 FR..............Navy 2011.......................................... 6:31.95 1m Diving........Olson 2010 (Navy).............................393.30* 3m Diving........Olson 2009 (Navy).............................372.72* * 6 optionals

Bucknell’s 2011-12 Top Times Women Event............ Name (School)..................... Time/Score 50 Free.............Lauren Perry...........................................23.85 100 Free...........Lauren Perry...........................................51.93 200 Free...........Lauren Perry....................................... 1:52.02 500 Free...........Kelly Pontecorvo................................ 4:56.51 1650 Free.........Kelly Pontecorvo.............................. 16:39.13 100 Fly.............Elizabeth Porcellio.................................57.34 200 Fly.............Kaitlyn Sweeney................................. 2:06.84 100 Back..........Jennifer Brennan...................................57.03 200 Back..........Jennifer Brennan............................... 2:03.26 100 Breast........Emily Norton...................................... 1:05.67 200 Breast........Emily Norton...................................... 2:19.36 200 IM.............Elizabeth Porcellio............................. 2:04.05 400 IM.............Stephanie Koziol................................ 4:25.17 200 MR............Brennan, Norton, Sweeney, Wright.. 1:46.85 400 MR............Brennan, Wright, Sweeney, Perry..... 3:51.54 200 FR..............Wright, Perry, Porcellio, Utkewicz....... 1:35.45 400 FR..............Wright, Perry, Porcellio, Utkewicz....... 3:28.45 800 FR..............Porcellio, Perry, Pontecorvo, Koziol........ 7:36.24 1m Diving........Katie Hetherington............................264.68* 3m Diving........Katie Hetherington............................285.05* * 6 optionals

Men Event............ Name.................................. Time/Score 50 Free.............Eric Sokolosky........................................20.70 100 Free...........Eric Sokolosky........................................45.28 200 Free...........Matthew Segar................................... 1:38.19 500 Free...........Matthew Segar................................... 4:29.21 1650 Free.........Matthew Segar................................. 15:57.42 100 Fly.............Taylor Harris..........................................49.37 200 Fly.............Mike Nicholson.................................. 1:48.57 100 Back..........Thomas Brown........................................49.96 200 Back..........Thomas Brown.................................... 1:48.39 100 Breast........Christian Treat.......................................56.00 200 Breast........Mike Nicholson.................................. 2:01.71 200 IM.............Mike Nicholson.................................. 1:50.11 400 IM.............Mike Nicholson.................................. 3:53.37 200 MR............Harris, Treat, Reitz, Sokolosky.......... 1:31.40 400 MR............Brown, Treat, Harris, Sokolosky....... 3:19.87 200 FR..............Reitz, Harris, Suchomel, Treat............. 1:22.71 400 FR..............Harris, Reitz, Brown, Sokolosky.......... 3:01.68 800 FR..............Brown, Segar, Treat, Sokolosky......... 6:39.79 1m Diving........David Magaro.....................................293.70* 3m Diving........David Magaro.....................................270.80* * 6 optionals


Kinney Natatorium

50-Meter by 25-Yard Olympic Class Pool Seating for 500 spectators, restrooms, separated varsity and visiting team locker rooms, poolside classroom, sauna, steam room and concession stands Opened: 2003 Host of Following Events • 2005 NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championship • 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 Patriot League Swimming & Diving Championships • 2005-2012 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association Championships • 2004 Eastern Women’s Water Polo Championship • 2010 Eastern Men’s Water Polo Championship • Exhibition Water Polo Game against the U.S. Women’s National Team



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