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The 2009-10 Lady Bulldogs – Front row, left to right, Hannah McElhannon, Adrienne Bicek, Annie Broome, Lexie Bryant, Landon Watters, Michelle McKeehan, Lauren Cartwright, Hannah Moore and Erica Malagón. Middle row, left to right, Kelly McNichols, Emily Montesinos, Lauren English, Abbie Fish, Jana Mangimelli, Colleen Haase, Wendy Trott, Chelsea Nauta and Sara Nicponski. Back row, left to right, Anne-Marie Botek, Kelsey Scott, Morgan Scroggy, Allison Schmitt, Megan Romano, Lisa Caprioglio, Kristen Shickora, Courtney Monsees and Kelsey Gaid.

The 2009-10 Bulldogs – Front row, left to right, Alex Watson, Tim Barrett, Owen Blank, Joe Redmon, Todd McGraw, Matt Bartlett, Andrew Gemmell and Peter Benner. Middle row, left to right, Adam Parker, Mark Dylla, Brett Roberson, Stephen Swan, Martin Grodzki, Martin Kata, Michael Arnold and Hunter Lainhart. Back row, left to right, Richmond Green, Austin Stahley, Chris Thompson, Craig Jennings, Shane Hall, Troyden Prinsloo, Kevin Frankenfeld, Bill Cregar and Tom Beeri.

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2009-10 GeorGia Media Guide Table Of Contents........................................................................1

Georgia’s All-Americans ..................................................... 78-79

Media Information ...................................................................2-3

Georgia’s Letterwinners, Captains ................................... 80-83

Men’s Swimming Outlook .......................................................4-5

Georgia’s Olympians............................................................ 84-85

Women’s Swimming Outlook ................................................6-7

International Competitors ....................................................... 86

Diving Outlook ..............................................................................8

Georgia’s Award Winners ................................................. 87-89

Southeastern Co nference Teams ...............................................9

Program History .................................................................. 90-91

Head Coach Jack Bauerle ................................................... 10-12

Georgia Traditions ...................................................................... 92

Associate Head Coach Harvey Humphries ......................... 13

On the front cover: Georgia’s quest for regular-

Diving Head Coach Dan Laak ................................................. 14

season, conference and national titles will be led by the

Georgia’s Assistant Coaches ............................................ 15-16

men’s and women’s senior classes – Kelly McNichols, Lisa

The Uga Mascot Tradition ........................................................ 17

Caprioglio, Annie Broome, Lexie Bryant, Kelsey Scott,

UGA Administration, Support Staff .................................. 18-19

Anne-Marie Botek, Hunter Lainhart, Chris Thompson,

Student-Athlete Bios ........................................................... 20-45

Craig Jennings and Troyden Prinsloo.

Ramsey Center ..................................................................... 46-47

Cover Designs: Jeff Braund, Summit Athletics.

Georgia’s Venues .................................................................. 48-49

Photography: Dan Evans, Dylan Wilson, Steve

SEC Academic Honor Roll ....................................................... 50

Guyer, Peter Bick, Harry How, Todd Warshaw, Sean

Scholarship Endowment Program .......................................... 51

Garnsworthy, Robert Laberge, Alexander Hassenstein,

Academic Excellence ........................................................... 52-53

Al Bello, David Bohrer, Dave Marck, Kevin Works, Radi

University Of Georgia............................................................... 54

Nabulsi, the Georgia Center For Continuing Education,

Athens, Ga., The Home Of The Bulldogs .............................. 55

Rebecca Hay, Donavan Eason, Ashley Connell, Amanda C.

2009 SEC Championship .......................................................... 56

Melton, Todd Van Emst, Steven Colquitt, Brett Davis, Trent

2009 NCAA Championship .................................................... 57

Allen, Mitch Gutenplan, Getty Images, Associated Press,

2008-09 Top Performances ................................................ 58-61

Julianne Upchurch, Parker Moore, Kelly Wegel, Lesley

2008-09 Reviews .................................................................. 62-63

Onstott, Phillip Faulkner and Andrew Davis Tucker.

Year-By-Year Results............................................................ 64-69

Design And Content: Steven Colquitt, Cc Robinson,

Georgia’s All-Time Top 10 .................................................. 70-71

Angela Alfano, Alex Zerkel, Marian Mozingo, Dan Mihalik,

Georgia’s Records ................................................................ 72-73

Aimee Russo, Meredith Cook, Katie Green, Jenn Garrett,

Georgia’s National Champions ......................................... 74-75

Leigh Dillard, Joey Jones and Jenny Menkes.

Georgia’s SEC Champions ................................................. 76-77

Printing: EBSCO Media, Birmingham, Ala.

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Media inforMation COVERING THE BULLDOGS: Coach Jack Bauerle, the assistant coaches and the student-athletes appreciate your interest in the swimming and diving teams and look forward to assisting you in any way possible. Media covering Georgia in need of assistance beyond this brochure – interviews, credentials, photographs, etc. – should contact Steven Colquitt of the Sports Communications Department at: Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1472 Athens GA 30603-1472 Overnight Address: One Selig Circle Athens, Ga. 30602 Office Phone: (706) 542-1621 Cell Phone: (706) 338-5089 Fax Number: (706) 542-9339 E-mail: scolquitt@sports.uga.edu INTERVIEWS: To ensure interview requests are addressed expeditiously, please contact the Sports Communications Department at least 24 hours in advance. Media desiring to conduct interviews by phone should make arrangements through the Sports Communications Department. Studentathletes’ phone numbers cannot be given out. SOUTHEASTERN CONFERENCE: Statistics, schedules, photographs, logos and other information are available at secsports.com and secsportsmedia.com. At the end of the season, the SEC will announce First and Second Teams as well as Swimmer, Diver, Swimming Coach, Diving Coach, Freshman and Scholar-Athlete of the Year. For further information, contact the SEC by mail at 2201 Richard Arrington Blvd. North, Birmingham, Ala., 35203-1103 or by phone at (205) 458-3000. ON THE INTERNET: Information on Georgia swimming and diving, as well as every other UGA athletic team, can be obtained through the Athletic Association’s official web site georgiadogs.com. News releases and current statistics are updated weekly. Also available are rosters, biographies of each student-athlete and coach, the season outlooks, team/individual school records, results and other facts about the programs. The site also features links to other web sites of interest, including the University of Georgia home page, the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA. MEDIA SERVICES: Gabrielsen Natatorium in Georgia’s Ramsey Center offers telephone lines as well as copy and fax capabilities for media covering the Georgia swimming and diving teams. Results will be

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made available soon after the completion of each meet. Results also will be e-mailed to participating schools and posted on georgiadogs.com. DIRECTIONS TO THE RAMSEY CENTER: From the Athens Bypass (Georgia Highway 10), take the exit for College Station. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp and proceed underneath the bypass. Make the next right on River Road and the Ramsey Center will be on the left. Parking is available adjacent to the Ramsey Center. IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS Swimming Office .................................................(706) 542-7946 Swimming Fax ......................................................(706) 542-2566 Sports Communications ....................................(706) 542-1621 Sports Communications Fax ............................(706) 542-9339 Promotions/Marketing .......................................(706) 542-2917 Promotions/Marketing Fax................................(706) 542-7868 Event Management ..............................................(706) 542-7848 Event Management Fax ......................................(706) 542-7776 UGA Compliance................................................(706) 542-9086 Director Of Athletics .........................................(706) 542-9037

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Media inforMation University Of Georgia

Date

Opponent

Location

Time (EST)

Oct. 23

North Carolina (M/W)

Athens, Ga.

3 p.m.

Oct. 30

Florida (M/W) *

at Gainesville, Fla.

1 p.m.

Nov. 4

Emory (M/W)

Athens, Ga.

5 p.m.

Nov. 20

Auburn (M/W) *

at Auburn, Ala.

4 p.m.

Dec. 4-6

Georgia Invitational

Athens, Ga.

9:30 a.m. & 5 p.m.

Jan. 3-5

Georgia Diving Invitational

Athens, Ga.

Noon

Location.................................................................................... Athens, Ga. Enrollment ........................................................................................34,885 Founded................................................................................................1785 Conference ...........................................................................Southeastern Nickname ............................................................ Bulldogs/Lady Bulldogs Mascot .............................................................................................. Uga VII Colors ......................................................................................Red & Black Facility ................................... Gabrielsen Natatorium/Ramsey Center President ................................................................ Dr. Michael F. Adams Athletic Director................................................................Damon Evans Executive Associate AD ................................................. Frank Crumley Senior Associate AD ........................................................ Carla Williams Associate ADs ..................................... Claude Felton, Arthur Johnson, Alan Thomas, Craig White Assistant ADs ..............................Eric Baumgartner, Matt Brachowski, Glada Horvat, Charles Whittemore Faculty Athletics Representative ...................................Jere Morehead Special Assistant To The AD ...................................................Dave Muia

Team Information Jan. 5

SMU (W Swimming Only)

Athens, Ga.

Noon

Jan. 9

Texas (M/W)

Austin, Texas

11 a.m.

Jan. 23

Tennessee (M/W) *

Athens, Ga.

1 p.m.

Jan. 30

S. Carolina & Alabama (M/W) *

Athens, Ga.

1 p.m.

Feb. 17-20

SEC Championship

Athens, Ga.

10 a.m. & 6 p.m.

Feb. 27-28

Bulldog Last Chance

Athens, Ga.

10 a.m. & 3 p.m.

March 6-7

Auburn Last Chance (men only)

Auburn, Ala.

All day

March 12-14

Zone Diving Championship

Atlanta, Ga.

All day

March 18-20

NCAA Women’s Championships

West Lafayette, Ind.

11 a.m. & 6 p.m.

March 25-27

NCAA Men’s Championships

Columbus, Ohio

Noon & 7 p.m.

* SEC meets

Head Coach .......................................................................... Jack Bauerle Alma Mater .....................................................................Georgia 1974 Head Diving Coach....................................................................Dan Laak Alma Mater ............................................. Wisconsin-LaCrosse 1982 Associate Head Coach ........................................... Harvey Humphries Assistant Coaches ........................................................... Alex Braunfeld, Jerry Champer, Brian Smith Administrative Assistant ........................................... Betty “B.J.” Jordan Office Phone / Fax .........................................(706) 542-7946 / 2566 Sports Communications Contact............................... Steven Colquitt Office Phone / Fax .........................................(706) 542-1621 / 9339 Marketing/Promotions Contact ...................................... Lauren Carey Office Phone / Fax .........................................(706) 542-2917 / 7868 Event Management Contacts...Sarah Doughton and Keith Hendrix Office Phone / Fax .........................................(706) 542-7848 / 7776

Sports Communications Associate AD/SCD ........................................................... Claude Felton Associate SCDs .......................................Tim Hix, Christopher Lakos, Mike Mobley Assistant SCDs .............................................Leland Barrow, Ben Beaty, Steven Colquitt, Tanner Tedeschi Publications/Internet Operations ...........................Karlene Lawrence Office Manager ........................................................................Karen Huff Graduate Assistant ..............................Kate Burkholder, Cc Robinson Student Assistants ......................................Angela Alfano, Sarah Bailey, Robert Carnes, Peyton Edwards, Joseph Feldman, Patrick Fitzmaurice, Kim Garner, Grant Grisamore, David Koonin, Meredith Milligan, Parker Moore, Jenny Moss, Molly Poitevint, Michael Terry, Julianne Upchurch, Ashley Webb, Alex Zerkel

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Men’s swiMMinG outlook Throughout the preseason, Coach Jack Bauerle described his Georgia men’s swimming team as “a work in progress.” As with any team any season, losing athletes to graduation and adding athletes through signings or transfers creates a transition period. But to listen to Bauerle, once that chemistry kicks in, the 2009-10 Bulldogs could be very much in the mix. “We feel like we’ve got the experience returning and the talent to possibly improve in the SECs and the NCAAs,” Bauerle said. “We had some guys rise up last year and basically come into their own. We didn’t know what to expect from them. Now those same guys are even more mature and they know what they are about. We have some guys who can be major forces.” Leading the way for the Bulldogs will be Troyden Prinsloo, who won the 1,650-yard freestyle national championship a year ago (after finishing as the runner-up to teammate Sebastien Rouault in 2008). Mark Dylla came in second in the 200-yard butterfly at the NCAAs and won the event at the SECs, both for the second straight year. Peter Benner burst onto the scene and earned SEC Freshman of the Year honors. The Bulldogs lost NCAA and SEC champion Neil Versfeld to graduation, but Bauerle and his staff believe they have compiled a newcomers class ready to help shoulder the burden. FREESTYLE Craig Jennings and Michael Arnold give Georgia what Bauerle calls “a great 1-2 punch” in the sprint freestyle races. Jennings ranks second in the Georgia record book in the 50 freestyle and Arnold is fourth, while in the 100 freestyle Arnold holds the school record of 43.50 and Jennings is No. 6. Each scored for the Bulldogs in both the 50 and 100 freestyle at the 2009 SECs. Adding depth and challenging for spots in the sprint lineup will be Kevin Frankenfeld, Richmond Green, Shane Hall, Martin Kata, Joe Redmon and Stephen Swan. Green owns the 10th-fastest time in school history in the 100 freestyle. In the 200 freestyle, the Bulldogs can rely on Benner, Dylla, Bill Cregar, Frankenfeld, Kata, Prinsloo, Swan and Redmon, along with transfer Matt Bartlett. Benner’s 1:35.31 at last year’s NCAAs set the school record. Frankenfeld is 10th on Georgia’s all-time list in the 200 freestyle. Prinsloo will anchor Georgia’s charge in the 500 freestyle after winning that event at the 2009 SECs and coming in fourth at the NCAAs. Prinsloo ranks No. 2 in the Georgia record book in the 500 freestyle. Benner, Cregar, open-water standout Andrew Gemmell, Martin Grodzki and Adam Parker will be counted upon as well. Prinsloo not only won the 1,650 freestyle title at the NCAAs, but he did so at the conference meet as well.

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Troyden Prinsloo celebrates his 2009 NCAA title in the 1,650-yard freestyle. Grodzki, Gemmell, Benner and Cregar will factor into the 1,650 freestyle rotation. Prinsloo is No. 2 and Cregar is No. 7 in Georgia’s record book in the 1,650 freestyle. BUTTERFLY The butterfly events appear to be a strength for the Bulldogs entering the season. In the 100 butterfly, Arnold, Bartlett, Dylla, Kata, Todd McGraw and Redmon will lead the way. In the 200 butterfly, Dylla is the reigning SEC champion and record holder as well as a two-time NCAA runner-up. McGraw (a 2009 NCAA scorer), Benner, Redmon and Gemmell could work their way into the equation as well. Dylla ranks No. 2 in Georgia annals in the 100 butterfly, while Arnold is sixth, Kata is seventh and Redmon is ninth. In the 200 butterfly, Dylla set the school mark of 1:40.85 last season, and McGraw is No. 3, Benner is No. 8 and Redmon is No. 10. BREASTSTROKE Despite the loss of Versfeld, who won the 200 breaststroke at the 2009 NCAAs as well as the 100 and 200 breaststroke at the 2009 SECs, Georgia has assembled a talented group in this area. Tom Beeri, who represented Israel in the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a breaststroker, will join the Bulldogs in January. Cregar, Kata, Texas transfer Austin Stahley and Brett Roberson also will help Georgia here. BACKSTROKE Arnold, Dylla, Hall, Lainhart, Kata, Stahley and Chris Thompson are the Bulldogs’ top contenders in the sprint backstroke races and will give Georgia options in the lineup and on relays. The 200 backstroke prospects are Lainhart,

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Men’s swiMMinG outlook Thompson, Dylla, Grodzki, Hall, Kata, Stahley, Gemmell and Benner. Dylla is No. 7 all-time in the 100 backstroke, followed by No. 8 Arnold, No. 9 Hall and No. 10 Thompson. Lainhart is third in the 200 backstroke, while Thompson is seventh. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Georgia will be strong in the individual medley, so much so that many of the IMers will be asked to contribute in the various stroke events. In the 200 individual medley, Benner, Dylla, Cregar, Kata, Stahley, Redmon and Bartlett will lead the way. The 400 individual medley group includes Benner, McGraw, Prinsloo, Cregar, Dylla and Gemmell. Benner set the school mark of 1:43.94 in the 100 individual medley last season, while Dylla is No. 2 and Kata is No. 7. In the 200 individual medley, Benner ranks third, Cregar is fourth, McGraw is seventh and Prinsloo is 10th. RELAYS Jennings, Arnold and Green return to lead the 200 freestyle relay, after swimming the first three legs of last season’s record-setting team (1:18.19). Frankenfeld, Redmon, Hall and Kata are ready to add depth. Arnold, Jennings, Kata and Dylla are back for the 400 freestyle relay, and they own the school record of 2:55.28. Frankenfeld, Green, Benner and Bartlett will challenge for time too. In the 800 freestyle relay, Georgia will have a hotly contested competition with Benner, Dylla, Cregar, Prinsloo, Bartlett, Frankenfeld, Redmon, Kata and Arnold. The medley relays will draw their lineups from Beeri, Roberson, Cregar, Stahley and Kata in the breaststroke and Arnold, Dylla, Hall, Lainhart, Stahley and Thompson in the backstroke. Georgia’s depth in the freestyle and butterfly areas will be evident in the medley relays.

BulldogS roSter Arnold, Michael

Free

So.

Marietta, Ga. (Kennesaw)

Barrett, Tim

Diving

Jr.

Evans, Ga. (Greenbriar)

Bartlett, Matt

Free/Fly/IM

Jr.

Atlanta, Ga. (UC-Santa Barbara)

Beeri, Tom

Breast

Fr.

Yagur, Israel (Carmel-Zvulun)

Benner, Peter

Free/IM

So.

Savannah, Ga. (Benedictine Military)

Blank, Owen

Diving

So.

Moultrie, Ga. (Colquitt County)

Cregar, Bill

Free/IM

Jr.

Sewell, N.J. (Washington Township)

Dylla, Mark

Fly/Free

Jr.

Littleton, Colo. (Heritage)

Frankenfeld, Kevin

Free

Jr.

Austin, Texas (Anderson)

Gemmell, Andrew

Free/IM/Back/Fly Fr.

Wilmington, Del. (Charter School)

Green, Richmond

Free

Jr.

Atlanta , Ga. (Westminster)

Grodzki, Martin

Back/IM

Fr.

Berlin, Germany (Baylor School)

Hall, Shane

Back/Fly/Free

So.

Cumming, Ga. (North Forsyth)

Jennings, Craig

Free

Sr.

Duluth, Ga. (Northview)

Kata, Martin

Free/IM

Jr.

Martinez , Ga. (Evans)

Lainhart, Hunter

Back

Sr.

Jupiter, Fla. (Jupiter)

McGraw, Todd

Fly

So.

Vinton, Va. (William Byrd)

Parker, Adam

Free

So.

Maryville, Tenn. (Maryville)

Prinsloo, Troyden

Free

Sr.

Durban, S. Africa (Kearsney College)

Redmon, Joe

Fly/Free

Sr.

Newnan, Ga. (Newnan)

Roberson, Brett

Breast

Fr.

Ringgold, Ga. (Heritage)

Stahley, Austin

Breast/IM

So.

Atherton, Calif. (Univ. of Texas)

Swan, Stephen

Free

So.

Snellville, Ga. (Brookwood)

Thompson, Chris

Back

Sr.

Kennesaw, Ga. (Harrison)

Watson, Alex

Diving

Fr.

Canton, Ga. (Woodstock)

Martin Kata is one of Georgia’s most versatile swimmers.

2010 NCAA QuAlifyiNg StANdArdS Event (SCY)

A

B

50y Free .............................................19.35 ....................20.31 100y Free ..........................................42.26 ....................44.37 200y Free ......................................1:33.61 ................1:38.29 500y Free ......................................4:15.68 ................4:28.46 1,650y Free................................14:51.15 .............15:35.70 100y Fly ..............................................46.04 ....................48.34 200y Fly ..........................................1:42.95 ................1:48.09 100y Back ..........................................46.69 ....................49.02 200y Back ......................................1:41.53 ................1:46.60 100y Breast ......................................52.87 ....................55.51 200y Breast ..................................1:54.25 ................1:59.96 200y IM...........................................1:44.13 ................1:49.33 400y IM...........................................3:44.88 ................3:56.12 200y Free Relay .........................1:17.69 ................1:21.57 400y Free Relay .........................2:52.47 ................3:01.09 800y Free Relay .........................6:23.26 ................6:42.42 200y Medley Relay...................1:25.66 ................1:29.94 400y Medley Relay...................3:08.22 ................3:17.63

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woMen’s swiMMinG outlook The final night of this season’s NCAA Championship will take place in West LaFaeytte, Ind., on March 20, 2010. Georgia’s quest for that national title began on March 21, 2009, in College Station, Texas. That’s the night the Lady Bulldogs came in second to California by a scant 11 points. That’s the night the fuse was lit. “This team doesn’t need for us to tell them how much work it takes to contend for a national championship,” Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle said. “They put in the work last year, plus they added the experience of being so close to winning. So they know exactly what it’s going to take to do it. We’ve already seen the commitment, the enthusiasm and the work ethic comparable to some of the best teams we’ve had. This team is very, driven.” Georgia is led by returning NCAA champions Allison Schmitt and Wendy Trott, who capped their freshman seasons with wins in the 500 and 1,650 freestyle, respectively. The Lady Bulldogs also won the NCAA title in the 200 medley relay, and that quintet returns intact with Lisa Capriolgio, Kristen Shickora, Anne-Marie Botek and Kelly McNichols. Schmitt, Trott, Botek (50 freestyle) and Morgan Scroggy (100 freestyle) claimed Southeastern Conference titles a year ago. With all of those swimmers returning, not to mention a bevy of additional All-Americans and one of the nation’s top newcomers group, the Lady Bulldogs are certainly poised for that run to the top. Depth may be Georgia’s greatest asset as Bauerle and his coaches will have options. FREESTYLE The Lady Bulldogs boast talent and experience in the freestyle events, making this area a strength heading into the season. SEC champions Botek and Scroggy will lead Georgia in the sprints. Botek (50) and Scroggy (100) each rank third in Georgia’s all-time record book in their respective races, and they were second and fourth, respectively, at the 2009 NCAAs. The Lady Bulldogs will draw depth from Lauren English, McNichols, Courtney Monsees, Schmitt, Chelsea Nauta, Emily Montesinos, Shickora and Megan Romano. Schmitt and McNichols rank fifth and ninth, respectively, in the 100 in Georgia’s record book. Scroggy, Schmitt, Nauta and Erica Malagón all scored at the NCAAs in the 200 freestyle, led by Scroggy’s runner-up finish. Schmitt and Scroggy share the school record of 1:42.90 in the 200 freestyle, while Nauta is fifth and Malagón is seventh. Schmitt and Trott went 1-2 in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs a year ago and Nauta came in fifth. Schmitt also won the SEC title in the 500 freestyle and set the school record of 4:35.17. Trott (second), Nauta (third) and Abbie Fish (ninth) also rank in Georgia’s all-time top 10 in the 500 freestyle. Georgia will get an additional boost from McNichols, Monsees, Kelsey Gaid, Adrienne Bicek and Romano. The talent pool continues in the distance races with the return of 1,650 freestyle NCAA and SEC champion and school record holder Trott. Nauta and Schmitt can provide ad-

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ditional firepower, along with Kelsey Scott, Malagón, Fish, Gaid and Bicek. BUTTERFLY Annie Broome and Caprioglio were NCAA scorers a year ago in either butterfly events or on relays, while Botek, Lauren Cartwright and Fish were NCAA qualifiers. McNichols and Scroggy will get a look in the 100 butterfly, while Jana Mangimelli and Bicek will be evaluated in the 200 butterfly. Caprioglio (second), Broome (third), Botek (fifth) and Nauta (ninth) all are in the Georgia record book in the 100 butterfly, while Broome (second), Cartwright (fourth), Schmitt (sixth), Caprioglio (seventh) and Fish (eighth) rank in the 200. BREASTSTROKE Colleen Haase, McKeehan and McNichols were All-Americans a year ago, and McKeehan picked up additional experience at the 2009 World University Games. McNichols can help Georgia in the breaststroke as she turned the fastest 50 breaststroke split at the NCAAs last year. The Lady Bulldogs are adding UC-Santa Barbara transfer Sara Nicponski to the mix, and she has both NCAAs experience and was a finalist at the 2009 World Championship Trials. Bicek also could be a contributor. BACKSTROKE Again, the Lady Bulldogs appear to have the numbers and the talent to make a splash in the backstroke events. Shickora, Scroggy, Nauta and English return as experienced backstrokers who have the potential to score at the SEC and NCAA levels. Georgia also will get a boost from Gaid, Romano and Mangimelli, who were three of the nation’s top high school backstrokers.

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woMen’s swiMMinG outlook Shickora is No. 3 on Georgia’s all-time list in the 100 backstroke, while Caprioglio is No. 7. In the 200 backstroke, Nauta is No. 3, Scroggy is No. 4 and Shickora is No. 5. INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Scroggy, Monsees, McKeehan, McNichols and Trott were NCAA qualifiers a year ago in the individual medley. Cartwright, Caprioglio, Mangimelli, Nicponski, Shickora, Malagón, Fish, Mangimelli, Bicek will provide additional depth. Scroggy set the school record last season in the 200 individual medley with a time of 1:55.56. Monsees ranks second, while McNichols is No. 6, Cartwright is No. 7 and Caprioglio is No. 10. In the 400 individual medley, Trott is No. 2, Cartwright is No. 3 and Fish is No. 9. RELAYS The 400 freestyle relay of Schmitt, Nauta, McNichols and Scroggy that competed at the NCAAs returns intact. Monsees and Romano will provide additional help. Three-fourths of the 200 and 800 freestyle relays are back. Botek, Scroggy and McNichols will anchor the 200 freestyle relay, with Montesinos, English and Shickora as the top candidates to join the rotation. In the 800, Schmitt, Nauta and Scroggy return, and McNichols, Monsees, Romano, Gaid, Malagón and Fish will vie for the fourth slot. The 200 medley relay team of Shickora, McNichols, Caprioglio and Botek is back after winning the NCAA title a year ago. In the 400, Caprioglio and Scroggy will lead the back end of the relays. Georgia likely will get its breaststroker among the group that includes McKeehan, Nicponski, Haase and McNichols, while the backstroke slot will be contested among Shickora, McNichols, English, Gaid and Romano. Caprioglio, Botek, Broome and Bicek all have the opportunity to compete for the butterfly spots and all of the freestylers will be in contention.

lAdy BulldogS roSter Bicek, Adrienne

Fly/IM

Fr.

Downers Grove, Ill. (DG. North)

Botek, Anne-Marie

Fly/Free

Sr.

Elicott City, Md. (McDonough)

Broome, Annie

Fly/Back

Sr.

Knoxville, Tenn. (Maryland)

Bryant, Lexie

Diving

Sr.

Duluth, Ga. (Duluth)

Caprioglio, Lisa

Fly/Free

Sr.

Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Highlands Ranch)

Cartwright, Lauren

Fly

Jr.

Fayetteville, Ga. (Starrs Mill)

English, Lauren

Back

R.So.

Lincoln Park, N.J. (Montville Township)

Fish, Abbie

Free/Fly/IM

So.

Louisville, Ky. (Dupont Manual)

Gaid, Kelsey

Back/Free

Fr.

Roswell, Ga. (Pope)

Haase, Colleen

Breast

Jr.

Rockville, Md. (Our Lady Of Good Counsel)

Malagón, Erica

Free/IM

So.

Athens, Ga. (Clarke Central)

Mangimelli, Jana

Back/IM

Fr.

Snellville, Ga. (Brookwood)

McElhannon, Hannah

Diving

Fr.

Watkinsville, Ga. (Oconee County)

McKeehan, Michelle

Breast/IM

So.

Greenwood, Ind. (Center Grove)

McNichols, Kelly

Breast/Free/IM

Sr.

Napervile, Ill. (Naperville Central)

Monsees, Courtney

Free/IM

Jr.

San Jose, Calif. (Leland)

Montesinos, Emily

Free

Jr.

Riverdale, Ga. (Jonesboro)

Moore, Hannah

Diving

Jr.

Moultrie, Ga. (Colquitt County)

Nauta, Chelsea

Free

Jr.

Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Prep)

Nicponski, Sara

Breast/IM

Jr.

Salt Lake City, Utah (UC-Santa Barbara)

Romano, Megan

Back/Free

Fr.

St. Petersburg, Fla. (Northeast)

Schmitt, Allison

Free

So.

Canton, Mich. (Canton)

Scott, Kelsey

Free

Sr.

Duluth, Ga. (Duluth)

Scroggy, Morgan

Free/Fly/IM

Jr.

Aurora, Ore. (Canby)

Shickora, Kristen

Back

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Tamaqua, Penn. (Marian Catholic)

Trott, Wendy

Distance

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Capetown, S. Africa (Springfield Covenant)

Watters, Landon

Diving

So.

Rome, Ga. (Darlington)

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Opposite page:The Lady Bulldogs celebrate their runner-up finish at the 2009 NCAA Championship. Above: Emily Montesinos and Anne-Marie Botek will boost Georgia’s sprinters this year.

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Event (SCY) A B 50 Freestyle......................................21.93 ...................23.02 100 Freestyle ...................................47.84 ...................50.23 200 Freestyle ...............................1:44.02 ...............1:49.22 500 Freestyle ...............................4:38.46 ...............4:52.41 1,650 Freestyle ........................15:53.38 ............16.41.04 100 Butterfly....................................52.02 ...................54.62 200 Butterfly................................1:54.95 ...............2:00.69 100 Backstroke...............................53.01 ...................55.66 200 Backstroke...........................1:53.37 ...............1:59.24 100 Breaststroke ...........................59.99 ...............1:02.98 200 Breaststroke .......................2:10.32 ...............2:16.83 200 Individual Medley ............1:56.13 ...............2:01.93 400 Individual Medley ............4:07.33 ...............4:19.69 200 Freestyle Relay..................1:28.35 ...............1:32.76 400 Freestyle Relay..................3:14.93 ...............3:24.67 800 Freestyle Relay..................7:02.07 ...............7:23.17 200y Medley Relay...................1:37.81 ...............1:42.70 400y Medley Relay...................3:32.56 ...............3:43.18

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divinG outlook Although Georgia’s diving team lost Webb Worthington to graduation, the addition of two promising freshmen to an already talented team has Coach Dan Laak excited for the 2009-10 season. “They work well together and they train hard. They are also all great students,” Laak said. “I know when the meet comes, they are going to answer the bell, get out there and try as hard as they can and score some valuable points for the swim team.” On the women’s side, Hannah Moore serves as a leader and constantly reminds the team, through her hard work, that anything is possible. Moore was named to the 2008 Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and was recognized as an Academic All-American in 2009. At last year’s NCAA Championship, Moore finished 15th off the 1-meter and 14th off the 3-meter. She was one dive away from being in the top 8 on the 3-meter. “She was definitely capable of being in the top-8 so that was a little disappointing, but she scored valuable points and helped the team,” Laak said. “I look for her to be stronger than she was last year and pushing to get into that top 8 at the NCAA Championship.” Lexie Bryant is in her senior season and finished last year by getting 28th off the 3-meter and 21st on the 1-meter at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships. “She is diving really well and I look for Owen Blank her to help us out tremendously at the and Hannah conference meet and see what we can do Moore (below) at the NCAA Championship,” Laak said. Bryant also has high hopes. “The last couple of years we have been a growing team and I am really excited about the team overall,” she said. “I think we can really go far this year and win SECs and NCAAs.” Landon Watters “was probably one of the most improved athletes on the team last year between swimmers and divers,” Laak said. Watters recorded season-high scores on the 3-meter and the 1-meter at the Bulldog Invitational last year and was named to the 2008 Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

“It is fun to watch her progress and get better,” Laak said. “She learned some new things and worked on other things during the summer, and I think when she puts it all together she will be right up competing with the best.” Laak has coached Hannah McElhannon, a freshman from Oconee County, for the last eight years in her club program. Now that she is on the Georgia roster, “she’s got some things to learn, but we have the luxury of moving her a little slower in learning some new things and relearning some old things,” Laak said. For the men, Tim Barrett and Owen Blank are returning. Laak has seen hard work from them both during the summer and believes “they are both way ahead of where they were last year at this time.” Alex Watson, a freshman from Canton, is expected to help the team, and Laak believes he will excel in this program. Barrett, in his junior year, is ready for this season. “I am really fired up. The last two years I’ve been working really hard, and this year I am just trying to get really consistent.” Blank, a sophomore, finished 16th off the 3-meter and 31st on the 1-meter at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships last season. Barrett also has high hopes for Watson. “I’m really excited to see how Alex does because I’ve seen good things so far, so I can’t wait to see how he performs.” The Zone B Championship, the only way Georgia’s divers can qualify for the NCAA Championship, will be held March 12-14 in Atlanta on the Georgia Tech campus.

2010 NCAA QuAlifyiNg StANdArdS Event Men Women 1-Meter Diving Dual 290*/300** Dual 255*/265** 3-Meter Diving Dual 310*/320** Dual 270/*280** Platform Diving Dual 290*/300** Dual 260/*225# * Qualifying point total when using 1 voluntary + 5 optional dual meet list. ** Qualifying point total when using 6 optional dives with standard D.D. # Qualifying point total when using 5 optional dives with standard D.D.

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southeastern ConferenCe CaPsules University of Alabama Location...............................................................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Nickname ..............................................................Crimson Tide Colors........................................................Crimson and White President ...........................................................Dr. Robert Witt Athletic Director ................................................... Mal Moore Head Coach .................................................... Erin McIlquham Head Diving Coach ....................................... Pat Greenwell Office Phone.................................................. (205) 348-0977 Top Returnees ...................Agustina de Giovanni, Carrie Dragland, Aaron Fleshner, Mark Randall Facility .............................................Alabama Aquatic Center S&D SID ...........................................................Roots Woodruff SID Phone/Fax ..................................(205) 348-2088/8841 SID E-mail .........................................................roots@ia.ua.edu Web site .................................................................... rolltide.com

University of Florida Location................................................................Gainesville, Fla. Nickname .................................................. ..........................Gators Colors..............................................................Orange and Blue President ................................... Dr. James Bernard Machen Athletic Director ............................................... Jeremy Foley Head Coach ...............................................................Gregg Troy Head Diving Coach ......................................Donnie Craine Office Phone/Fax ........................................ (352) 375-4683 Top Returnees ............................. Gemma Spofforth, Kara Salamone, Shaune Fraser, Omar Pinzon Facility .......Stephen C. O’Connell Center Natatorium S&D SID ...............................................................Kelly Reynolds SID Phone/Fax ..................................(352) 375-4683/4809 SID E-mail ....................................KellyR@gators.uaa.ufl.edu Web site ..............................................................gatorzone.com

University of South Carolina Location................................................................Columbia, S.C. Nickname ..................................................................Gamecocks Colors..............................................................Garnet and Black President ..................................................... Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director ..................................................Eric Hyman Head Coach ..................................................... McGee Moody Head Diving Coach ......................................... Todd Sherritt Office Phone.................................................. (803) 777-6065 Top Returnees ..............Taryn Zack, Sharntelle McLean, Andy Atzhorn, James Crawford Facility ......................................................Carolina Natatorium S&D SID .........................................................................Wes Todd SID Phone/Fax ..................................(803) 777-7872/2967 SID E-mail ...........................................................wtodd@sc.edu Web site ...........................................GamecocksOnline.com

University of Arkansas Location.............................................................Fayetteville, Ark. Nickname ...................................................................Razorbacks Colors.........................................................Cardinal and White President ..................................................................B. Alan Sugg Athletic Director .........................................................Jeff Long Head Coach .............................................................. Jeff Poppell Head Diving Coach ........................................... Dale Schultz Office Phone.................................................. (479) 575-7761 Top Returnees .......................................................Jamie Marks, Leah Pierce, Yi-Ting Siow Facility .................................................... Arkansas Natatorium S&D SID ........................................................Melissa Anderson SID Phone/Fax ..................................(479) 575-4898/7481 SID E-mail ...................................................msa002@uark.edu Web site ............................................................... ladybacks.com

University of Kentucky Location...................................................................Lexington, Ky. Nickname .........................................................................Wildcats Colors..................................................................Blue and White President ......................................................... Dr. Lee T. Todd Jr. Athletic Director ...........................................Mitch Barnhart Head Coach ......................................................... Gary Conelly Head Diving Coach .............................................Ted Hautau Office Phone.................................................. (859) 257-7944 Top Returnees ......Megan Pulskamp, Lindsey Graessle Warren Grobbelaar, Eric McGinnis Facility ............................................Lancaster Aquatic Center S&D SID .................................................................... Deb Moore SID Phone/Fax ....................... (859) 257-8506/323-4310 SID E-mail .............................................. deb.moore@uky.edu Web site .............................................................ukathletics.com

University of Tennessee Location............................................................... Knoxville, Tenn. Nickname ..............................................Volunteers, Lady Vols Colors..........................................................Orange and White Acting President .........................................................Jan Simek Athletic Directors ........... Mike Hamilton, Joan Cronan Head Coaches .....................John Trembley, Matt Kredich Head Diving Coach ...................................Dave Parrington Office Phone.................................................. (865) 974-1258 Top Returnees ............ Michele King, Michael DeRocco Facility ........................................Allan Jones Aquatic Center S&D SIDs ............................ Drew Rutherford, Zach Stipe SID Phone/Fax ..................................(865) 974-1212/1269 SID E-mails.............. aruther5@utk.edu, zstipe@utk.edu SID Phone/Fax ..................................(865) 974-4275/8875 Web sites ..............................utsports.com/utladyvols.com

Auburn University Location..................................................................... Auburn, Ala. Nickname .............................................................................. Tigers Colors................................... Burnt Orange and Navy Blue President ................................................................Dr. Jay Gogue Athletic Director ...................................................... Jay Jacobs Head Coach ...........................................................Brett Hawke Head Diving Coach ................................................Jeff Shaffer Office Phone.................................................. (334) 844-9747 Top Returnees ....................... Adam Klein, Gideon Louw, Maggie Bird, Ava Ohlgren Facility .............................James E. Martin Aquatics Center SID ................................................................................. Kendra Lee SID E-mail ............................................. kal0014@auburn.edu SID Phone/Fax ..................................(334) 844-9182/9807 Web site ........................................................ auburntigers.com

Louisiana State University Location........................................................... Baton Rouge, La. Nickname .............................................................................. Tigers Colors............................................................... Purple and Gold President ......................................................Dr. John Lombardi Athletic Director ...................................................... Joe Alleva Head Coach ....................................................... Adam Schmitt Head Diving Coach ....................................... Doug Schaffer Office Phone.................................................. (225) 578-3947 Top Returnees .......................Jane Trepp, Kannon Betzen, Hannes Heyl, Sean LeNeave Facility ...............................................................LSU Natarorium S&D SID...............................................................Jesse Delerno SID Phone/Fax ..................................(225) 578-1866/1861 SID E-mail .........................................................jdeler5@lsu.edu Web site ...................................................................lsusports.net

Vanderbilt University Location............................................................... Nashville, Tenn. Nickname .............................................................Commodores Colors.................................................................. Black and Gold President ................................................... Nicholas S. Zeppos Director of Sport Operation.......................Kevin Colon Head Coach ........................................................Jeremy Organ Diving Coach...................................................Andrea Meyers Office Phone.................................................. (615) 343-8098 Top Returnees ...................................................... Laura Dillon, Allie Voss Facility .................................................. Centennial SportsPlex S&D SID ....................................................................Travis Young SID Phone/Fax ....................... (615) 322-4121/343-7064 SID E-mail .............................. travis.young@vanderbilt.edu Web site .................................................vucommodores.com Southeastern Conference Address ...........................2201 Richard Arrington Blvd. N Birmingham, AL 35203 Telephone/Fax...................................(205) 458-3000/3031 Commissioner ......................................................Michael Slive SEC Staff ........................... Charles Bloom, Assoc. Comm.; Craig Pinkerton, Director Tammy Wilson, Associate Director; Chuck Dunlap, Assistant Director; Ayanna Wakefield, Assistant Director Members ..................................Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt Web sites .............................................................secsports.com secsportsmedia.com

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Jack Bauerle

Head Coach 31st Year (W); 27th Year (M) “Jack Bauerle is the consummate team coach. What he has done at the University of Georgia represents the pinnacle of team swimming, which is what the U.S. Olympic Team is all about. He brings a fun approach to the sport, and that will be key to producing Olympic success for our women’s team.” USA Swimming’s Mark Schubert used those words when he announced that Bauerle had been chosen as the head coach of the United States’ women’s swimming team for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. For Bauerle, who has done it all at the collegiate level, the Olympic appointment became the crowning moment of his career. Bauerle worked tirelessly on behalf of Team USA for months, and the hard work paid off in Beijing. Under Bauerle’s watch, the United States women earned a total of 14 medals (two golds, seven silvers, five bronze), the most of any nation. Two of his pupils, ex-Lady Bulldog Kara Lynn Joyce and 200809 freshman Allison Schmitt, were included in the medals haul as Joyce won two silvers and Schmitt secured a bronze. Bauerle’s handiwork was on display as 12 athletes and coaches from his Georgia program joined him in Beijing. His success on the international stage came as no surprise as Bauerle followed the same blueprint that he had used for decades at the collegiate level – and continues to use. Bauerle will pilot the Georgia women for the 31st year and the men for the 27th in 2009-10. He enters the season as the winningest active coach and the third winningest coach of all-time with 429 victories, trailing only North Carolina’s Frank Comfort (578) and Yale’s Bob Kiphuth (528). Bauerle has met with unparalleled success in and out of the pool, highlighted by four team national championships with the

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Lady Bulldogs. Under Bauerle’s watch, individual national and Southeastern Conference champions, All-Americans, record-setters, Academic AllAmericans and NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients have become the norm. In 2008-09, Bauerle guided the Lady Bulldogs to a runner-up finish at the NCAA Championship. The Lady Bulldogs boasted individual national champions in Schmitt (500-yard freestyle) and Wendy Trott (1,650-yard freestyle) as well as the victorious 200-yard medley relay team of Kristen Shickora, Kelly McNichols, Lisa Caprioglio and Anne-Marie Botek. Schmitt was chosen as the SEC Female Freshman of the Year and Caprioglio was picked as the SEC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. The Lady Bulldogs also extended their home winning streak to 65, dating back to the 1995-96 season. On the men’s side, Troyden Prinsloo (1,650yard freestyle) and Neil Versfeld (200-yard breaststroke) earned individual titles as the Bulldogs came in 10th at the NCAAs. Peter Benner earned SEC Male Freshman of the Year honors. The tradition established by the founders of the Georgia swimming and diving program have been steadfastly maintained in the Bauerle era. Not only do Bauerle and his coaching staff demand the best of their student-athletes – in the classroom, in the pool and in the community – but their efforts draw individuals who demand the best of themselves. A look into Bauerle’s character reveals the guiding force behind his motivation – a dedication to both the University and its swimming and diving program. Across the nation, a rare few have accumulated 300-plus wins. Among those only a few have claimed that honor while guiding only one program, a minority that includes Bauerle. In nearly four decades overseeing Georgia’s program, Bauerle has produced four team national championships and six Southeastern Conference crowns with the Lady Bulldogs. He has been chosen as the SEC Coach of the Year 13 times (11 with the women, two with the men) and the National Women’s Coach of the Year five times. During the 1998-99 season, Bauerle became the SEC’s winningest coach, surpassing the 252 recorded by Tennessee’s Ray Bussard from 1968-88. Bauerle then reached the elite 300 dual-meet-wins club in 2002 before recently joining the 400wins club.

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CoaChinG staff That same commitment to excellence extends into the classroom, as Georgia athletes have always ranked among the nation’s best in academic honors. In 2009, Georgia placed 13 swimmers and divers on the CSCAA Academic All-America Team and 25 on the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Georgia swimming and diving can claim one achievement that no other collegiate sports program can – three NCAA Woman of the Year Award winners in Lisa Coole (1997), Kristy Kowal (2000) and Kim Black (2001). Georgia is the only program in the nation to have more than one winner, and Bauerle has coached three. Conference results further evidence Bauerle’s success. On the women’s side, Georgia has secured top-three finishes at the SECs in 20 of the last 23 years under Bauerle. Initially arriving in Athens in 1970, Bauerle himself was once a Bulldog freshman. Over the span of the next four years, Bauerle collected four letters, three school records and team co-captain honors as a junior and senior. However, Bauerle also learned how collegiate swimming extends outside the pool. After spending seven years as a Bulldog swimmer and men’s assistant coach, Bauerle first assumed women’s head coaching duties in 1979. In their first two years under Bauerle, the Lady Bulldogs compiled a 16-3 record and a fifth-place finish at the inaugural women’s SEC Championship. In 1982, Georgia’s women not only notched their third consecutive seven-plus-wins season, but they also traveled to their first national meet, a trip that landed the Lady Bulldogs a ninth-place finish and the first of 25 consecutive national meet appearances. One of the earliest strides for the Lady Bulldogs came in 1986. Led by eight-time All-American Kathy Coffin, Bauerle’s squad finished second at the SECs and won two conference events. Late that season, four swimmers earned All-America accolades as the Lady Bulldogs claimed a sixth-place showing at the NCAAs. Bauerle’s strides with the newly formed Lady Bulldogs of the 1980s reflect the charisma and strength of his coaching ability. It was therefore only a matter of time before this ability took effect on the men’s program. After accepting the head coaching position in 1983, Bauerle quietly built up his men’s team to the point that in 1988, Georgia earned its first NCAAs trip in 32 years, finishing 41st overall. Answering the call of a Georgia team that had scored at NCAAs only once before was a good first step, and the Bulldogs responded with three more finishes in the top 32 from 1989-92. The Bulldogs climbed even higher the next three years with two 16th-place finishes and a 15th-place result from 1993-95. In 1996, the Bulldogs took 11th overall at the NCAAs, the first of eight straight top-15 finishes. Attaining their highest finish in school history, the 1997 Bulldogs shocked the NCAA field with a third-place result. Perhaps the greatest accomplishments of Bauerle’s coaching career were reached during the 1997 season. Not only did the Lady Bulldogs earn their first league title, but combining the women’s fifth-place finish with the third-place mark of the men at the NCAAs, Bauerle stood as the only coach during

BAuerle’S HigHligHtS GeOrGia WOMen • NCAA Championships in 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2005. • NCAA runner-up in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2009. • 19 top-10 national finishes, including 14 in the top 5. • 6 SEC Championship titles (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006). • 5-Time NCAA Coach of the Year (1998, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2006). • 11-Time SEC Coach of the Year (1981, 1986, 1991, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006). • 55 NCAA Championship titles (37 individuals, 18 relay teams). • 131 All-Americans, earning 573 First-Team and 314 Honorable Mention certificates. • 109 SEC champions (78 individuals and 31 relay teams) • Career record of 251-30-1. • Three NCAA Woman of the Year honorees. • 19 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipients. GeOrGia Men • 2-Time SEC Coach of the Year (1992, 1997). • 11 NCAA Championship individual winners. • 15 top-15 national finishes, including seven in the top 10. • 74 All-Americans, earning 106 First-Team and 311 Honorable Mention certificates. • 45 SEC individual champions. • Career record of 178-74. • 4 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipients. inTernaTiOnal • United States Women’s Head Coach for the 2008 Olympics. • United States Assistant Coach for the 2000 Olympics. • Personal Coach for the 2004 Olympics. • United States Head Coach for the 2005 World Championships. • United States Assistant Coach for the 2001 and 2003 World Championships. • Has coached at Pan Pacific Games,World University Games, United States National Team Camp, Elite Distance Camp and United States Olympic Festival. • 2009 Duel In The Pool Women’s Head Coach. that season to lead two teams to top-five efforts. His contributions were recognized by the league as Bauerle was named SEC Men’s Coach of the Year and SEC Women’s Coach of the Year. Bauerle experienced yet another banner year in 1998. The Lady Bulldogs repeated as SEC champions while the Bulldogs finished a strong second, and Bauerle collected the SEC Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year honor. Both squads surfaced with unblemished dual-meet seasons for the first time in program history. Bauerle’s season was capped at the NCAAs with the Lady Bulldogs placing third and he earned recognition as the CSCAA Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year. Bauerle also received the 1998 National Collegiate and

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CoaChinG staff Scholastic Swim Trophy, presented annually by the CSCAA. That year, the Bulldogs were seventh at the NCAAs. The 1999 season brought the breakthrough Bauerle had worked years to accomplish, as the Lady Bulldogs captured the NCAA team title in front of a boisterous hometown crowd. Behind the force of a true team effort, the Lady Bulldogs garnered 24 All-America finishes, eight Honorable Mention distinctions and four individual titles. The Bulldogs added a ninth-place showing at the NCAAs. The 2000 women’s squad repeated as national champions by winning nine NCAA events. Then the 2001 team won the NCAA crown by a mere 1.5 points ahead of Stanford in the closest meet in the history of the championships. The squad used depth to win the crown as the Lady Bulldogs’ 800 freestyle relay team was the only event winner. The Lady Bulldogs’ streak of three national titles ended in 2002, but Bauerle’s team still put on a show, finishing second. Some 10 American records were surpassed at the 2002 NCAAs, including four by the Lady Bulldogs. In 2003, the Lady Bulldogs recorded a second-straight NCAA runner-up finish. In 2004, Georgia won six national titles en route to the program’s third consecutive runner-up finish. The Lady Bulldogs were back on top of the awards stand as they won the 2005 NCAAs. Georgia swept the relays, the first team in NCAA history to accomplish that feat. In 2006, the NCAAs went down to the wire, with Auburn edging the Lady Bulldogs for the national title. Even so, Georgia recorded eight individual national champs and claimed the SEC title. On the men’s side, Georgia entered the NCAAs with four all-time national champs and exited with three more – Chris Colwill on the both springboards and Sebastien Rouault in the 1,650 freestyle. The Bulldogs placed ninth at the NCAAs, their best showing since 1999, and finished third at the SECs for the fifth straight year. The 2007 campaign was more of the same for Georgia. Bauerle led the Lady Bulldogs to the SEC title and to a national runner-up finish (their eighth top-2 showing in as many years) and the Bulldogs to a ninth-place finish nationally. Georgia produced another 11 individual national championships, led by Joyce, Mary DeScenza and Colwill. For his efforts, Bauerle was chosen as both the National Women’s Coach of the Year and the SEC Women’s Coach of the Year. Moreover, the program boasted two athletes chosen by different outlets as the National Swimmer of the Year (Joyce and DeScenza), the National and SEC Diver of the Year (Colwill), co-winners of the SEC Swimmer of the Year honor (Joyce and DeScenza) and the SEC Freshman of the Year (Cole). The 2007 season was highlighted by Joyce’s selection as the Honda Award winner for swimming as the nation’s top performer and the SEC Swimmer of the Year. Under Bauerle’s guidance, Joyce ended her career with 18 national titles (nine individuals, nine relays), which is the second-most in NCAA history. Bauerle guided the Lady Bulldogs to a fifth-place finish at the NCAAs. With SEC Swimmer of the Year Rouault leading the way, Bauerle’s Bulldogs claimed the 13th spot at the NCAAs.

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In 2008, Bauerle led both Georgia teams to a seventhplace finish at the NCAAs. On the men’s side, Rouault earned two more national championships, giving him three for his career, and finished with a school-record nine SEC titles. Gil Stovall and Colwill also claimed individual NCAA titles for the Bulldogs. For the women, the Lady Bulldogs earned the No. 1 ranking in the final dual-meet poll. When he guided the U.S. women in 2008, it was Bauerle’s second Olympic appointment. He also served as an assistant swim coach for the 2000 women’s team. Additionally, Bauerle served as a personal swim coach at the Athens Olympics in 2004 where four Georgia swimmers brought home medals. Bauerle has been around the world as a U.S. National Team coach at multiple international and national championships, including guiding the women at the 2005 World Championships in Canada. He also served as an assistant coach for the U.S. team at the 2001 and 2003 World Championships in Japan and Spain respectively. In 1997, Bauerle traveled to Italy, as the head women’s coach for the USA World University Games Team. In 1995, Bauerle was in Atlanta as an assistant women’s coach for the Pan Pacific Championships. He will serve as the women’s head coach at the 2009 Duel In The Pool. Besides coaching, Bauerle has dedicated his athletic talents to other endeavors, ranging from marathons to a world record for the most consecutive hours of doubles tennis. In 1983, Bauerle and three partners played 125 hours of tennis at the Jennings Mill Country Club to raise more than $50,000 for the American Cancer Society. For his contributions to the University and the community, Bauerle was selected to be an honorary member of the Sphinx Club, Blue Key Society, the Gridiron Society and Phi Kappa Phi. He is the Northeast Georgia Chairman for the United Way, which raised $2.1 million. He also was the Honorary Chairman for the World of Wonder project that raised more than $500,000 for construction of playgrounds. He received the Billy Hudson Distinguished Citizen Award from the Northeast Georgia Council of the Boy Scouts of America for his community service efforts. Bauerle, a native of Glenside, Pa., is married to the former Frances Ruth Fowler. They have two sons, John Randall Jr. and Stuart Magill, who is named after legendary Georgia tennis coach (and swimming letterman) Dan Magill.

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Harvey Humphries associate Head Coach 29th Year

Harvey Humphries, a fixture in the Georgia swimming and diving program for more than three decades, was promoted to associate head coach in May of 2006. Humphries is entering his 29th year on the Georgia staff and his 35th year as a member of the program (including four years as a letterman and two years as a graduate assistant). “He’s been so loyal to our program,” Georgia head coach Jack Bauerle said. “There’s no question that much of our success can be traced to his hard work in the areas of coaching and recruiting. We would not be where we are without him.” Humphries is involved in all facets of the swimming program at Georgia, including concentration with the distance swimmers and heavy involvement in recruiting. Humphries was a nominee for the 2002 AFLAC National Assistant Coach of the Year Award. Last season, Humphries’ distance swimmers continued to shine. Troyden Prinsloo and Wendy Trott won the national titles in the 1,650-yard freestyle races, while Allison Schmitt and Trott went 1-2 in the 500 free at the NCAAs. Chelsea Nauta had fifth-place efforts in the 500 and 1,650 races, and Prinsloo took fourth in the 500. Schmitt (500), Prinsloo (1,000) and Trott (1,650) all set new school records. Prinsloo won the SEC titles in both races, while Schmitt took the 500 and Trott won the 1,650. Schmitt was selected as the SEC Freshman of the Year. In 2008, Sebastien Rouault and Prinsloo went 1-2 at the NCAAs in the 1,650, and they came in first and sixth, respectively, in the 500 free. Bill Cregar also earned All-America status with a 16th-place effort in the 1,650. On the women’s side, Nauta took sixth in the 500, while Kelsey Ditto was eighth in the 1,650 and ninth in the 500. Rouault ended his career with three NCAA titles, a school-record nine SEC crowns (including a clean sweep of the 500 and 1,650 free races), and the Georgia marks in the 500, 1,000 and 1,650 events. In 2007, Humphries coached Rouault and Claire Maust to three SEC titles. Under Humphries’ tutelage, Rouault twice was named the SEC Male Swimmer of the Year. In 2006, Humphries helped lead the Lady Bulldogs to the SEC championship and a runner-up finish at the NCAAs. Two of Humphries’ pupils, Laura Conway and Rouault, won individ-

ual national titles. Conway set the school record in the 1,000 and 1,650 events, while Elizabeth Hill set the school mark in the 500 in 2005. Humphries was chosen as the 2005 Georgia Senior Coach of the Year by United States Swimming – the third time he’s been honored. USA Swimming chose Humphries as a member of the staff for the World University Games in Bangkok, Thailand. He was joined there by UGA swimmers Maust, Peter Verhoef, Kevin Hensley, Aleksandra Putra, Kelsey Ditto and Lauren English. Apart from collegiate coaching, the Little Rock, Ark., native has also served as a coach for U.S. Swimming (USS) select camps and Zone District camps and is currently on the international trip list as a level five coach for the NCAA and USS. In the spring of 1997, Humphries was assistant women’s coach of the U.S. National Junior team, competing in Malmo, Sweden, and served as head men’s coach for the U.S. National Junior Team’s fall training camp in Colorado Springs, Colo. Locally, Humphries serves as head coach of the Athens Bulldog Swim Club (ABSC) which has developed some of the top talent in the Southeast, including former Bulldogs and AllAmericans Kara Manglitz and Paige Wilson and NCAA champion Matt Buck. Under his guidance, ABSC individuals have enjoyed five Junior National and four Senior National individual titles. ABSC women’s teams have finished in the Top 10 at U.S. Nationals eight times, while the men have finished in the Top 10 on five occasions. At the 2008 U.S. Open, ABSC finished first among the women, fifth among the men and second overall. Humphries has also served as senior chairman for age-group swimming in Georgia and was the first recipient of the Walt Schluetter Award, given annually to top national agegroup coaches. Spending his “off time” working for U.S. Swimming, Humphries was the head coach of the National Team Distance Camp in July of 1998 after serving as an assistant coach at the camp in 1995. Humphries also served as an assistant coach for the victorious South squad in the 1994 U.S. Olympic Festival in St. Louis. Humphries has given his time to the Paralympic Games, working as a volunteer along with members of ABSC during the 1996 Paralympic Games in Atlanta. Humphries’ international travels took him to Barcelona as an assistant coach of the National Junior Team in 1999, and most recently he served as the head men’s coach for the 2002 National Junior Team that competed in Rome. For his contributions to the sport of swimming as both an athlete and a coach, Humphries was inducted into the state of Arkansas Swimming Hall of Fame in 2002. Humphries graduated from Georgia in 1980 with a B.S. degree in microbiology. He and his wife Wendy have a son Billy and a daughter Pirie Anne.

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Dan Laak

Head Diving Coach 23rd Year Dan Laak, a two-time National Coach of the Year and a United States Diving Olympic Coach, is entering his 23rd season at Georgia. Including his stint as an Assistant Coach in the 2009 World Championships, Laak has considerable experience at both the national and international levels. Last year, he coached Hannah Moore, an Academic All-American in 2009, to Honorable Mention All-America recognition at the NCAA Championship on the 1-and 3-meter events. Another notable accomplishment was coaching Chris Colwill to a ninth-place finish on the 1-meter and an eighth-place effort on the 3-meter at the World Championships. In 2008, Laak coached Colwill to National Diver of the Year honors as Colwill placed first on 1-meter and was second on both 3-meter and platform at the NCAA Championship. Laak was selected by his peers as the 2008 National Coach of the Year. Laak guided Moore to a fourth-place finish on 3-meter at the NCAAs. Colwill and Moore each claimed an individual title at the Zone B Championship. During the summer, Laak was a USA Diving Olympic Coach at the Beijing Games, where one of the competitors was Colwill. He also served in 2008 as National Team Coach at the USA Grand Prix in Fort Lauderdale and as National Team Coach/Team Leader at the FINA World Series in England. In 2007, Laak coached Genya Gouzeev to a ninth-place finish on the 1-meter springboard at the NCAAs. Gouzeev came in fourth on both 1- and 3-meter at the SEC Championship. Laak continued to work with Colwill, who redshirted to focus on international competition. Colwill earned five medals in 2006-07, including winning the Senior Men’s 1-meter title at the Speedo USA Spring National. Laak was the National Team

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Coach for the 2007 Canada Cup and the National Team Coach/Team Leader for the Grand Prix meets in Spain and Italy. He served as Colwill’s personal coach at the World Championship in Melbourne. Laak was honored as the National Coach of the Year and the SEC Coach of the Year after coaching Colwill to two NCAA crowns and three SEC crowns in 2006. Colwill was named National and SEC Diver of the Year. Laak also guided Gouzeev to a third-place showing at the SECs and an Honorable Mention All-America certificate. Laak served as National Team Coach at the World Cup in China. Laak was recognized as SEC Coach of the Year in 2005 after Colwill won the springboard titles. Laak was chosen as National Team Coach for the Canada Cup and was one of three coaches to receive the inaugural Benjamin Foundation Performance Award for outstanding coaching achievement. He later served as Colwill’s personal coach at the World Championships in Canada and the USA Grand Prix in Florida. Laak came to Georgia in 1987 after spending two years as a graduate assistant at Tennessee. In his first season in Athens, Laak coached Margarita Cabrera into the spotlight, as she broke the existing school record on 3-meter, qualified for the NCAAs on both springboards and earned All-America recognition. Another notable pupil of Laak’s, 1991 UGA graduate LeeAnn Fletcher, was a two-time Honorable Mention All-American, a two-time U.S. National finalist as well as a finalist in the U.S. Olympic Festival, World Team trials and the Pan American Games trials. Fletcher was inducted into the Athens Sports Hall of Fame in May 2003. Laak coached Jud Campbell to top-eight NCAA finishes in three of his four seasons, including a second-place finish on 1-meter in 2001. Campbell, who was the 2000 Senior National 1-meter champion, was a three-time SEC 1-meter champion, standing as Georgia’s first SEC diving champion since 1967 and only Bulldog to win the same event three consecutive years. In 2001, Campbell was named the SEC Diver of the Year, while Laak earned SEC Coach of the Year honors. Laak has additional experience in many different facets of the international diving community. In 1987, he traveled to Yugoslavia to serve as a U.S. Diving judge at the World University Games. Laak returned as a WUG judge during the 1999 games in Spain. In 1990, Laak served as a diving coach at the U.S. Olympic Festival in Minnesota, and returned to the 1993 U.S. Olympic Festival in Texas as one of seven judges. Laak was the Chairman of the NCAA Diving Rules Committee from 1997-2000. Laak finished a stellar diving career at Wisconsin-LaCrosse in 1982 with five All-America and Honorable Mention accolades. Laak graduated with a B.S. degree in recreation administration. For his accomplishments as both an athlete and a coach, Laak was inducted into the Wisconsin-LaCrosse Athletic Wall of Fame in October 2003. He and his wife, the former Kim McDuffie of Commerce have two sons, Tyler and Justin.

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Jerry Champer assistant Coach Seventh Year

Jerry Champer, who was a six-time Mid-Continent Swimming Coach of the Year, returns for his seventh year as an assistant coach after serving two seasons as a volunteer assistant. Champer guided Georgia’s butterfly swimmers to successful campaigns in 2009. Mark Dylla came in second in the 200 butterfly at the NCAA Championship and won the Southeastern Conference title for the second straight season. Dylla lowered his own SEC meet record and set the school record at the NCAAs. Also at the NCAAs, Annie Broome had a 10th-place effort in the women’s 200 butterfly and Todd McGraw took 12th in the men’s 200 butterfly. Champer helped Georgia come in second on the women’s side and 10th on the men’s side at the NCAAs. In 2008, Champer’s charges reached new heights. Gil Stovall and Dylla went 1-2 at the NCAAs in the 200 butterfly, with Stovall setting the NCAA meet record. Dylla won the 200 butterfly at the SECs, breaking the league mark. On the women’s side, Broome and Elizabeth Hill earned All-America honors in the 200 butterfly. In 2007, Champer helped the Lady Bulldogs to a fifth-place effort and the Bulldogs to a 13th-place finish at the NCAAs. In 2006, Champer assisted as the Lady Bulldogs won the SEC Championship, and he helped coach Mary DeScenza to two butterfly national titles. DeScenza was the 2006 National

Swimmer of the Year and ended her college career with six NCAA titles in the butterly events. Virtually every butterfly time on Georgia’s alltime list have been established during Champer’s tenure in Athens, including DeScenza’s school marks in the 100 and the 200, and the records of Stovall in the 100 and Dylla in the 200. Champer came to Athens after serving as the men’s and women’s head swimming and diving coach at Western Illinois from 1994-2001. In 1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999, Champer was named the Mid-Continent Conference Men’s Coach of the Year. He also picked up the conference Women’s Coach of the Year honor in 1995 and 1999. Champer led Western Illinois to five conference titles – four by the men (1996, 1997, 1998 and 1999) and one by the women (1999). Champer earned Southern States Conference Men’s Coach of the Year honors after the 1999 and 2000 seasons after leading his team to conference titles. His 2001 men won the Midwest Championships title and he was chosen as the Midwest Championships’ Coach of the Year. He was also named the 1998 and 2001 Illinois Men’s University Division Coach of the Year. Under Champer’s direction, Western Illinois produced 44 individual conference champions and 46 all-conference distinctions. One of his former pupils represented the country of Georgia in the 2000 Olympics. Prior to his time at Western Illinois, Champer spent two seasons as an assistant at his alma mater, Wisconsin-LaCrosse. There, Champer was a four-year letterwinner and served as team captain (1987-88), earning All-America accolades in 1987. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and a Master’s in Human Performance from WisconsinLaCrosse. Champer is married to the former Lu Harris, Georgia’s softball coach. The Champers have three daughters – twins Emma and Jenna, and Mya.

Georgia Coaches’ Pledge These student-athletes are entrusted to my care. i will train them to the best of my ability. i will develop them into smartly disciplined, physically fit, highly trained athletes thoroughly indoctrinated in love for the Georgia Bulldogs who represent the University of Georgia and the athletic program in the highest possible manner. i will encourage our athletes and insist that they perform to the best of their ability in the classroom as well as in the arena of competitive athletics. i will require of them, and demonstrate by my own example, the highest standards of integrity, personal conduct, morality, sportsmanship and professional skill.

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Brian Smith assistant Coach Third Year

Brian Smith is entering his third season on the Georgia coaching staff after spending four seasons at Northern Arizona, where his primary responsibility was in coaching strokes and sprints. Smith helps coach Georgia’s sprinters. Last season, under Smith’s tutelage, Morgan Scroggy placed second in the 200yard freestyle and fourth in the 100 freestyle at the NCAA Championship. Also at the NCAAs in the 200, Allison Schmitt came in third, Chelsea Nauta placed eighth and Erica Malagón finished 16th. Smith guided Anne-Marie Botek and Scroggy to Southeastern Conference titles in the 50 and 100 freestyle, respectively. Schmitt (200 freestyle), Michael Arnold (100 freestyle) and Peter Benner (200 freestyle) set school records, and Schmitt and Benner was chosen as the SEC Freshmen of the Year. In 2008, Scroggy earned All-America honors in the 200

Alex Braunfeld assistant Coach Second Year

Veteran coach Alex Braunfeld is entering his second season as an assistant coach at Georgia after decades of success at the collegiate and club levels. Braunfeld spent 2008 at Florida State coaching the distance swimmers and guiding two student-athletes to All-America honors as well as one to the United States National Team. In 2007, he was an assistant with Bucknell and helped the women to a second-place finish and the men to a third-place showing in the Patriot League. Prior to joining Bucknell, he served as a coach for the Dynamo Swim Club in Atlanta. As a coach for Dynamo from 19972005, Braunfeld coached five swimmers to the USA National Junior team in a four-year stretch and helped three others earn spots on the USA Pan Am Games team and the USA Goodwill Games squad. Braunfeld also coached Dynamo from 1988-1991 and led the team to a Women’s USA Senior National Champi-

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freestyle at the NCAAs and Nauta added a top10 finish in the 200. Nauta also medaled at the SECs in the 200. Smith’s collegiate experience began in 1991 when he started a two-year stint at Arizona State, first as a graduate assistant and then as assistant coach for the women’s team. He was involved in travel, recruiting and dryland training for the squad, which ranked 13th nationally in 1992 and ninth in 1993. After Arizona State, Smith served five years on the staff at Rice, serving as an assistant for the men’s and women’s teams. He was part of a staff that produced the program’s first Division I NCAA Championship qualifiers (1994) and continued to qualify athletes for five straight years. Smith served as the recruiting coordinator, travel coordinator, alumni liaison, strength and conditioning liaison, and sprinting coach. The women broke 17 of 18 school records in the five years he was there, and the men broke 13 marks. Smith also served as a graduate assistant coach at Ohio University in 1990-91. He is a 1990 graduate of Clark University in Massachusetts, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics. He followed that with a master’s in athletic administration from Ohio in 1991. Smith and his wife, Alyssa, have three daughters, Olivia, Ella and Gwyneth. onship and a combined USA Team Championship runner-up performance. He also guided Dynamo to three top five USA Senior National finishes. From 1992-97, Braunfeld was an assistant for the Michigan men’s swimming team and oversaw recruiting as well as weight and dry land training for the Wolverines. Braunfeld helped the Wolverines to four top-3 finishes at the NCAA Championship highlighted by a national title in 1995. The following year, he helped place six Michigan swimmers on the U.S. Olympic Team at the 1996 Summer Games in Atlanta. Prior to Braunfeld’s first stint with Dynamo, he was the head coach for the Dayton Raiders, a club team in Dayton, Ohio, from 1981-87. While coaching the Raiders, Braunfeld also was an assistant with the men’s and women’s swimming programs at Wright State. Braunfeld saw two or more of his swimmers compete at Senior Nationals and helped several others achieve Junior Nationals qualifying times. Wright State finished in the top five at the Division II National Championship each year Braunfeld was with the program. He also has extensive experience coaching five USA National Junior teams (1984, 1992, 1995, 1996 and 2004), two USA World University Games teams (1997 and 1999), a USA Pan Pacific Games squad in 1995, and two USA Swimming distance camps (1989 and 1990). Braunfeld graduated from Pittsburgh in 1973 and was a letterman for the Panthers’ swimming team.

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the uGa MasCot leGaCy In the last 100 years of intercollegiate football, Georgia’s Uga has established himself as the nation’s most wellknown mascot. The line of pure white English bulldogs, which epitomizes everything Georgia, has been owned by the Frank W. “Sonny” Seiler family of Savannah since Uga I first graced the campus in 1956. Through the years, Uga has been defined by his spiked collar, a symbol of the position which he holds. Each of the Uga mascots is awarded a varsity letter in the form of a plaque, identical to those presented to all Bulldog athletes who letter in their respective sports.

The seventh in the Uga line of Georgia mascots was introduced to the Georgia fans on Saturday, Aug. 30, 2008, during pre-game ceremonies of the Bulldogs’ football season opener against Georgia Southern. “Loran’s Best” officially became “Uga VII” when he was escorted onto the field by members of the Seiler family. Uga VII completed the 2008 football season with a 24-12 win at the Capital One Bowl in Orlando and ended his first season with a record of 10-3. He also oversaw two national championships (gymnastics and equestrian) and several SEC titles.62

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The Uga line began with Uga I, born Hood’s Ole Dan. Uga I was given to Cecelia Seiler by a friend, Frank Heard of Columbus. The practice of having Uga wear a red jersey on the sideline at games began during his reign, which lasted from 1956-67.

Uga IV, born Seiler’s Uga Four, appeared at the Heisman Trophy banquet with Herschel Walker in 1982, the first mascot ever invited to the ceremony. Following his reign from 1981-89, Uga IV was declared “Dog of the Decade” by then-AD Vince Dooley in 1991.

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Uga V

Uga II, born Ole Dan’s Uga, took over at Homecoming, 1966. As he was led to midfield at Sanford Stadium, the student body erupted in a cheer that was picked up by the entire stadium, ‘‘Damn Good Dog!’’ His reign lasted until 1972.

Born Uga IV’s Magillicuddy II and reigning from 199099, Uga V appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated, which proclaimed him the nation’s best college mascot. Uga V also appeared in Clint Eastwood’s “Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil.”

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Uga Vi

Uga III, born Seiler’s Uga Three, was present for Georgia football’s finest moment as Herschel Walker guided the Bulldogs to the 1980 national championship. Uga III reigned from 197380, retiring on the 100th football game of his career.

Born Uga V’s Watchagot Loran, Uga VI began his tenure in 1999. Uga VI went 87-27 with the football team before passing away in June of 2008. He reigned over two SEC Championship football teams and 19 of Georgia’s 35 all-time national titles.

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President and direCtor of athletiCs

Michael F. Adams UGA President Dr. Michael F. Adams was named the 21st president of the University of Georgia on June 11, 1997. He immediately focused on securing UGA’s future as one of America’s premier public research universities. Widely recognized as a leader in higher education administration, he also has held a number of significant leadership positions in intercollegiate athletics. He is currently the chairman of the NCAA Executive Committee, the highest governance body in the NCAA. He has been chair of the Southeastern Conference and is a member of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics. A college athlete himself – he lettered in track at Lipscomb University – he values athletics as an important part of the college experience for athletes and non-athletes alike. Under Adams’ leadership, student quality

has risen steadily and the University of Georgia has been ranked as one of America’s top 20 public universities for eight of the past 10 years by U.S. News & World Report. External funding for research, public service and instruction totals more than $200 million annually. Private giving to the university is at its highest level ever; UGA completed the Archway to Excellence campaign on June 30, 2008 with more than $630 million. The total value of construction initiated during his tenure approaches $1 billion, financed through the innovative use of state, federal, internal and private funds, and includes the Student Learning Center; new residence halls and a dining commons on East Campus; the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center; and an expansion of Sanford Stadium and the Women’s Athletic Complex.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in speech and history from Lipscomb. He earned a master’s in political communications and a doctorate in political communications, with a cognate emphasis in educational administration, from The Ohio State University. At OSU, he was named a University Fellow, the highest academic recognition given by the graduate school. He holds an academic appointment as a professor of speech communication at UGA. Adams was born in Montgomery, Ala., and attended public schools in Georgia from first grade through ninth, graduating from high school in Chattanooga in 1966. He began his professional career on the communication faculty at Ohio State, later serving as vice president for university affairs at Pepperdine. He was president of Centre College in Danville, Ky., for nine years before his arrival in Athens.

Damon Evans Director Of Athletics University of Georgia letter winner and double degree holder Damon Evans was selected as Director of Athletics in December 2003, and assumed the duties officially on July 1, 2004. At the time he was just 34 years of age, and was one of the youngest athletic directors in the country. However, he had already established himself as an up-and-coming athletic administrator. Evans has received several honors, including the Street and Smith’s Sports Business Journal “40 Under 40 Award” for 2004, 2005, and 2007, the UGA Terry College of Business Award a s the “Outstanding Young Alumnus”, and Sports Illustrated’s “101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports.” Today, Evans oversees a nationally recog-

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nized program with 21 intercollegiate sports teams involving more than 600 student-athletes, an $84 million budget and a 260-person staff. He is a member of several Southeastern Conference and NCAA Committees, Chairman of the NCAA Division I Leadership Council, and is involved in volunteer and community service roles across the state of Georgia. Under Evans’ watch, Georgia has won 11 national championships, including one in men’s golf in 2005. Evans was born in Nebraska, but spent much of his youth in Georgia where he graduated from Gainesville High School after a stellar career both athletically and academically. During his football career at Georgia (1988-92), Evans earned a starting assignment four consecutive seasons, played in three bowl

games and was a member of the 1991 and 1992 teams that won 19 games. He earned two degrees from UGA, receiving a bachelor’s degree in finance in 1992 and a master’s of education in sports management in 1994. Evans joined the staff at Missouri, serving as Director of Compliance and Operations in 1994-95. After holding the positions as a Director and Assistant Commissioner for Eligibility and Compliance Services at the Southeastern Conference from 1995-98, he returned to his alma mater. Before his appointment as UGA Director of Athletics, he held titles of Associate and Senior Associate Athletic Director for Internal Affairs. He is married to the former Kerri Budd of Atlanta and they have two children, Cameron and Kennedy.

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adMinistration, suPPort staff

Jere Morehead

Faculty Athletics Representative

Craig White

Associate AD/Sports & Operations

Frank Crumley

Executive Associate AD/Finance & Admin.

Claude Felton

Associate AD/Sports Communications

Charlie Whittemore

Carla Williams

Associate AD/Student Services & SWA * Sport Administrator

Matt Brachowski

Assistant AD/Event Management

Alan Thomas

Associate AD/External Operations

Glada Horvat

Eric Baumgartner

Assistant AD/Academics & Eligibility

Assistant AD/Compliance

Assistant AD/Facilities

Special Assistant To Director Of Athletics

Administrative Assistant

B.J. Jordan

Solomon Hughes

Steven Colquitt

Lauren Carey

Lucy Walsh

Jeremy Heffner

Sports Communications

Dave Muia

Arthur Johnson

Associate AD/Internal Operations

Promotions

Athletic Training

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student-athletes

Michael Arnold Sophomore Marietta, Ga.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Earned Honorable Mention All-America status after anchoring the 400 medley relay to a ninth-place finish at the NCAA Championship. • Recorded a school record in the preliminary heats of the 100 freestyle at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Finished 14th in the 50 freestyle and the 100 butterfly, and 16th in the 100 freestyle at SECs. • Named to the Freshman All-SEC Team. • Holds the school’s fourth-fastest time in the 50 free, the eighth-fastest time in the 100 backstroke and the sixth-fastest time in the 100 butterfly. • Was a part of the school record 200 free, 400 free and 400 medley relay teams. • Was named SEC Male Freshman of the Week following the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from Kennesaw Mountain. • Swam for Coach Pat Murphy for Chattahoochee Gold. • Was a member of the United States National Team. • Ranked seventh in the world among 17-and-unders in the 50-meter freestyle. • Named the swimming MVP for three years. Personal • Born Feb. 12, 1990. • Son of Randy and Michelle Arnold. • Majoring in Business. Collegiate Best Times 50 Freestyle ..............................19.86 ......................... 02/19/2009 100 Freestyle............................43.50 ......................... 02/21/2009 100 Butterfly ............................47.36 ......................... 03/01/2009 100 Backstroke ........................48.56 ......................... 03/01/2009

Tim Barrett Junior Evans, Ga.

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the NCAA Zone B Diving ChampionTim Barrett ships. • Competed as an exhibition participant on the 1- and 3-meter springboard at the SEC Championship. • Notched career-high scores on the springboards at Tennessee and on the platform at the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Placed 19th on 1-meter and 20th on 3-meter at the SECs. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from Greenbriar High School. • Placed fourth at the 2007 state championship. • Was Greenbriar’s high-point man in his junior season. • Lettered in diving all four years. • Trained under Brandon Hulko of South Carolina Divers. Personal • Born Oct. 26, 1988. • Son of Bill and Kathy Barrett. • Majoring in Telecommunications. Collegiate Personal Bests 1-Meter......................................306.23 ....................... 01/24/2009 3-Meter......................................334.88 ....................... 01/24/2009 Platform .....................................239.30 ....................... 12/07/2008

Matt Bartlett Junior Atlanta, Ga.

2008-09 (Redshirt Season) • Redshirted and did not see any action. 2007-08 (Sophomore Season) • Competing for UC-Santa Barbara, won the Big West Conference titles in the 200 freestyle and the 200 individual medley and was on the winning 200 medley, 400 medley and 800 freestyle relays. • Set the Big West Conference record in the 200 freestyle. 2006-07 (Freshman Season) • Competing for Auburn, placed eighth in the 200 freestyle, 11th in the 200 backstroke, and 13th in the 200 butterfly at

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student-athletes the SEC Championship. • Named Second-Team All-SEC. High School •Graduated from South Forsyth High School. • Named an All-American in three events. • Held state records in the 200 freestyle and the 200 butterfly. • Swam for Swim Atlanta. and coaches Jeff Hyker and Mark Minear. International • Finished 10th in the 200 butterfly at the 2005 World Championship Trials and the 2004 Senior Nationals. • Named co-captain of the 2005-06 National Junior Team. Personal • Born July 10, 1987. • Son of Robert and Marcy Bartlett. • Majoring in Business. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Butterfly ............................50.39 ......................... 10/26/2007 200 Butterfly ............................1:45.75 ...................... 02/20/2008 200 Freestyle............................1:36.41 ...................... 02/20/2008 200 Individual Medley.............1:47.88 ...................... 02/20/2008

Tom Beeri

Freshman Yagur, Israel

High School • Graduated from Carmel-Zvulun High School. International • Represented Israel in the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics. • Was Israeli national champion for the 100 and 200 breaststroke and is currently the national record holder for the 200 breaststroke. • Named captain of the Israeli national swimming team.

Peter Benner

• Has competed in five European Championships, three World Championships and one Olympic Games. Personal • Born on May 17, 1986. • Son of Yosef and Kari Beeri. • Majoring in Business. Career Bests 100 Breaststroke .....................1:02.42 ...................... 08/09/2008 200 Breaststroke .....................2:11.44 ...................... 08/09/2008

Peter Benner Sophomore Savannah, Ga.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Earned one All-America honor after finishing eighth in the 400 individual medley at the NCAA Championship. • Finished with two Honorable Mention All-America certificates in the 200 individual medley, finishing 14th, and the 800 freestyle relay, finishing ninth. • Set school records in the 200 free leading off the 800 freestyle relay and the 200 IM at the NCAAs. • Was named SEC Freshman of the Year and a member of the Freshman All-SEC team following the SEC Championship. • Was named Second Team All-SEC after finishing second in the 400 individual medley at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Finished 11th in the 200 butterfly and 13th in the 200 individual medley and finished seventh with the 800 freestyle relay team at the SECs. • Was named SEC Freshman of the Week following his effort against Auburn. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from Benedictine Military. • Coached by his father, Rick Benner, and competed for the Savannah Swim Team. • Ranked top 50 in the nation in his age group in the 200-meter freestyle and the 200-meter individual medley. • Was the 2007 Georgia high school state champion in the 200 IM and the 500 freestyle. Personal • Born Nov. 16, 1989. • Son of Rick and Greta Benner. • Majoring in Business. Collegiate Bests 100 Butterfly ............................47.95 ......................... 02/28/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:35.31 ...................... 03/27/2009 500 Freestyle............................4:22.85 ...................... 02/28/2009 200 Individual Medley.............1:43.94 ...................... 03/26/2009 400 Individual Medley.............3:42.48 ...................... 03/27/2009

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Owen Blank

Bill Cregar

Sophomore Moultrie, Ga.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Recorded career-best marks on the 1-meter and 3-meter springboard at the Bulldog Invitational and the platform at the UGA Fall Invitational. • Recorded career-best 3-meter mark in a dual against Tennessee. • Finished 16th off the 3-meter springboard and 31st on the 1-meter springboard at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships. High School • Graduated from Colquitt County High School. • Coached by Ed Goodman of Moss Farms Diving. • Was a four-time high school All-American for diving. • Medaled four times at Georgia state championship meet on the 1-meter springboard. • Member of the A Cappella Choir, Key Club and Spanish Club. Personal • Born Oct. 6, 1989. • Son of Bobby and Mary Ann Blank. • Majoring in Business. Collegiate Bests 1-Meter......................................319.95 ...................... 02/28/2009 3-Meter......................................331.87 ...................... 02/28/2009 Platform .....................................261.85 ...................... 12/07/2008

Bill Cregar Junior Sewell, N.J.

2009-2010 (Junior Season) • Named the recipient of the B.W. “Bump” Gabrielsen Swimming Scholarship. 2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Earned Honorable Mention All-America status after finishing 12th with the 800 freestyle relay team at the NCAA Championship. • Placed 17th in the 400 individual medley and 37th in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs.

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• Finished third in the 400 IM, 12th in the 1,650 freestyle and 14th in the 500 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Was a part of the seventh-place 800 freestyle relay team at the SECs that posted the sixth-fastest time in school history. • Holds the fourth-fastest 400 IM, the sixth-fastest 500 free, and the seventh-fastest 1,650 free times in school history. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Earned two Honorable Mention All-America certificates at the NCAA Championship. • Finished 10th in the 400 individual medley, 16th in the 1,650 freestyle and 26th in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Recorded the third-fastest time in the 400 IM, the sixthfastest in the 500 freestyle and seventh-fastest in the 1,650 freestyle in school history. • Finished sixth in the 400 IM, 14th in the 500 freestyle and 15th in the 1,650 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Named the SEC Male Freshman of the Week on Oct. 23 after he helped Georgia win at LSU. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. • Chosen as a CSCAA Academic All-American, helping Georgia earn the CSCAA Academic All-American Team Award. High School • Graduated from Washington Township High School. • Qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 200 and 400 IM. • Earned multiple High School All-America awards. • Was a three-time New Jersey state champion. • Named the New Jersey Swimmer of the Year for 2007. • Finished third in the 200 IM and fourth in the 400 IM at the Florida Sectionals in 2007. • Finished fourth in the 400 IM and seventh in the 800 freestyle at the Junior Nationals in 2006. • Selected as a Scholastic All-American. • Swam under Matt Sprang with GCIT Swimming. Personal • Born May 19, 1989. • Son of Bill and Linda Cregar. • Majoring in Biology. Collegiate Personal Bests 500 Freestyle............................4:21.92 ...................... 03/27/2008 1,650 Freestyle ........................15:08.45 .................... 03/27/2008 400 Individual Medley.............3:45.82 ...................... 03/28/2008

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Mark Dylla

Junior Littleton, Colo.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Earned All-America status after finishing second in the 200 butterfly at the NCAA Championship. • Earned three Honorable Mention All-America accolades with the medley relay teams and the 800 freestyle relay. • Finished ninth in the 800 freestyle relay, ninth in the 400 medley relay and 16th in the 200 medley relay. • Named First-Team All-SEC after winning the 200 butterfly at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Finished sixth in the 100 butterfly and swam the butterfly leg on the second-place 400 medley relay team and the fourth-place 200 medley relay team, which set a school record, at the SECs. • Owns the school record in the 200 butterfly and was part of the record-setting 400 freestyle, 200 medley and 400 medley relay teams. • Ranks second in the Georgia record books in the 100 butterfly and the 200 individual medley. • Named SEC Male Swimmer of the Week following the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and to the Dean’s List. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Finished second in the 200 butterfly and 13th in the 100 butterfly at the NCAA Championship. • Was a member of the 800 freestyle relay that finished ninth and the 200 medley relay that finished 15th at the NCAAs. • Earned one All-America citation and four Honorable Mentions at the NCAAs. • Named the SEC Male Freshman of the Year and was chosen First-Team All-SEC. • Won the 200 butterfly in 1:42.23 at the SEC Championship, eclipsing the league mark of 1:42.39 set in 2006 by Florida’s Ryan Lochte. • Finished sixth in the 100 butterfly at the SECs. • Swam on the 400 medley relay that was fourth, the 400 and 800 freestyle relays that were fifth, and the 200 freestyle and 200 medley relays that were sixth at the SECs • Ranked second in Georgia’s history book in the 200 butterfly, third in the 100 butterfly and sixth in the 100 backstroke. • Named the SEC Male Freshman of the Week after helping Georgia win the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. • Chosen as a CSCAA Academic All-American, helping Georgia earn the CSCAA Academic All-American Team Award.

High School • Graduated from Heritage High School. • Was the 2007 Colorado High School Swimmer of the Year. • Was the captain of the 2006 National Junior Team. • Won the 100 butterfly in 2005 and the 400 IM in 2006 at the U.S. National Junior Championships. • Was the 2004-05 NISCA national champion in the 100 butterfly and the 2005-06 NISCA national champ in the 500 freestyle. • Garnered 24 NISCA All-America honors. • Was an eight-time Colorado prep state champion, going undefeated in every event of his high school career. • Set the Colorado prep records in the 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke and 500 freestyle. • Established 41 Colorado individual records. • Qualified for the Olympic Trials in four events. • Named the Rocky Mountain News’ Top Male Amateur Athlete for 2005-06. • Swam under Eric Craven with the Aces Swim Club. • Was a four-time MVP for Heritage. International • Represented Team USA in Japan for the International Swim Meet in 2007. Personal • Born Dec, 1, 1988. • Son of Bernie and Judy Dylla. • Majoring in Business. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Butterfly ............................46.44 ......................... 12/06/2008 200 Butterfly ............................1:40.85 ...................... 03/28/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:38.11 ...................... 02/18/2009 100 Backstroke ........................48.48 ......................... 02/22/2008 200 Individual Medley.............1:44.56 ...................... 12/05/2008

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Kevin Frankenfeld Junior Austin, Texas

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Finished 19th in the 100 freestyle, 21st in the 200 freestyle and 22nd in the 50 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Served as the anchor leg on Georgia’s fifth-place 200 freestyle relay team at the SECs. • Recorded career-best times in the in the 100 and 200 freestyle at the Bulldog Invitational and his top 50 freestyle time at the SECs. • Holds the 10th-fastest 200 freestyle time in school history. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Shined at home, setting five of his personal bests in either the UGA Fall Invitational or the Bulldog Invitational. High School • Graduated Kevin from Anderson Frankenfeld High School. • Was the 2007 regional champion in the 200 freestyle. • Finished third as a member of the 200 freestyle relay at the state meet. • Was on the All-State Team in the 100 backstroke, the 200 freestyle and the 200 freestyle relay. • Was an NISCA All-American for his efforts on the 200 freestyle relay. • Was chosen as a Scholastic All-American. • Qualified for the Junior Nationals. • Swam under former Georgia swimmer Tim O’Brien with Nitro Swimming. Personal • Born May 4, 1989. • Son of Ken and Sarah Frankenfeld. • Major in Pre-Business. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................20.30 ........................ 02/19/2009 100 Freestyle............................44.33 ........................ 03/01/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:37.68 ...................... 02/28/2009 100 Backstroke ........................52.22 ........................ 12/06/2008 200 Backstroke ........................1:49.27 ...................... 12/07/2008

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Andrew Gemmell Freshman Wilmington, Del.

International • Selected as a member of the 2009-2010 United States National Team. • Was the silver medalist in the 10K open water race at 2009 World Championships and took fifth place in the 5K. • Named 2009 USA Swimming Male Open Water Swimmer of the Year. • Won the 400 individual medley at 2008 Youth World Championships. High School • Graduated from the Charter School of Wilmington. • Swam for Coach Bruce Gemmell on the Delaware Swim Team. • Was a three-time Academic All American. Personal: • Born Feb. 20, 1991. • Son of Bruce and Debra Gemmell. • Majoring in Economics. Personal Bests 1,650 Freestyle ........................15:21.65. ................... 12/06/2007 400 Individual Medley.............3:50.58 ...................... 03/05/2009 500 Freestyle ............................4:23.76 ...................... 03/05/2009

Richmond Green Junior Atlanta, Ga.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Finished 24th in the 100 freestyle and 26th in the 50 freestyle at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Holds the 10th-fastest 100 freestyle time in Georgia history. • Member of the team’s top 200 free relay time of the season that broke the school record at the Bulldog Invitational. • Recorded fastest 50-freestyle time at the SEC Championship and fastest 100-freestyle time at the Bulldog Invitational. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.

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student-athletes 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Finished 24th in the 200 freestyle, 32nd in the 50 freestyle, and 35th in the 100 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from Westminster. • Helped Westminster win four straight state titles and was named the team’s MVP. • Was a five-time state champion. • Qualified for the Junior Nationals, the Spring Championship and the U.S. Open, despite swimming on the club level for just two-and-a-half years. • Was a three-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American. • Received the Westminster Outstanding Achievement in Athletics Award. • Swam for Jason Turcotte for the Dynamo Swim Club. Personal • Born June 4, 1988. • Son of Henry and Kathryn Green. • Majoring in Finance. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................20.38 ......................... 02/18/2009 100 Freestyle............................44.26 ......................... 03/01/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:39.39 ...................... 12/06/2008

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Shane Hall

Sophomore Cumming, Ga.

Martin Grodzki Freshman Berlin, Germany

High School • Graduated from The Baylor School in Chattanooga, Tenn., where he swam for Dan Flack. • Named a High School All-American in five events. • Won the state championship in the 500 freestyle. • Was a Junior Nationals champion in the 500 and 1,650 freestyle and came in second in the 400 individual medley. • Earned multiple Junior Nationals titles in Germany. • Set the German age group record in the 800m freestyle. • Was the German Senior Nationals champion in the 1,500-meter freestyle. Personal • Born April 18, 1991. • Son of Martin and Michaela Grodzki. • Majoring in Pre-Med. Personal Best Times 500 Freestyle............................4:19.65 ...................... 12/11/2008 1,000 Freestyle ........................9:10.11 ...................... 11/10/2007 1,650 Freestyle ........................15:09.09 .................... 12/11/2008 400 Individual Medley.............3:51.66 ...................... 12/11/2008

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Finished 17th in the 100 backstroke, 21st in the 100 butterfly and 22nd in the 200 backstroke at the SEC Championship. • Ranks ninth all-time in the 100 backstroke. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from North Forsyth. • Coached by Jim Young for Lanier Aquatics. • Medaled at the high school state championship in the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke. • Was a Junior National Qualifier in five events. • Ranked 25th in the nation among 17-and-unders in the 50 freestyle. • Selected as the High School swim team captain. • Was a member of Beta Club and Mathletes. Personal • Born Aug. 13, 1990. • Son of John and Laurie Hall. • Majoring in Management Information Systems. Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................20.76 ......................... 12/05/2008 100 Backstroke ........................48.72 ......................... 02/28/2009 100 Butterfly ............................49.21 ......................... 02/18/2009 200 Backstroke ........................1:48.20 ...................... 02/18/2009

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Craig Jennings Senior Duluth, Ga.

Craig Jennings

2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors after finishing 16th with the Georgia 200 medley relay team at the NCAA Championship. • Finished 53rd in the 50 freestyle and 20th with the 400 freestyle relay team at the NCAAs. • Was named Second Team All-SEC after finishing second with the 400 medley relay at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Finished seventh in the 50 freestyle and 14th in the 100 freestyle at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Finished fourth with the 200 medley relay team, which recorded a school record, fifth with the 200 freestyle relay and sixth with the 400 freestyle relay at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Holds the second-fastest 50 freestyle time and sixthfastest 100 freestyle time in school history. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Finished 15th in the 50 freestyle, 23rd in the 100 freestyle and 25th in the 200 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Swam on the 400 medley relay that was fourth, the 400 freestyle relay that was fifth, and the 200 freestyle and 200 medley relays that were sixth at the SECs • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • Swam season-best times in the 50, 100, and 200 freestyle at the 2006 Bulldog Invitational. High School • Graduated from Northview. • Was a three-time high school state champion. • Was a member of the top-ranked 400 freestyle relay for 15-18 boys. • Earned High School All-America honors. • Was a two-time Georgia state champion in the 50 and 100 freestyle. • Was a seven-time Georgia high school state medalist. • Trained under Jeff Hike and Marc Minier at Swim Atlanta. International • Qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 50 and 100 freestyle at the Summer Nationals. Personal • Born June 18, 1988. • Son of Doug and Julie Jennings. • Majoring in Business Personal • Born June 18, 1988.

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• Son of Doug and Julie Jennings. • Majoring in Management. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................19.66 ......................... 02/19/2009 100 Freestyle............................43.98 ......................... 12/07/2008 200 Freestyle............................1:41.00 ...................... 02/22/2008

Martin Kata Junior Martinez, Ga.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Finished 14th in the 400 individual medley with a seasonbest time, 15th in the 200 individual medley and 22nd in the 200 breaststroke at SECs. • Appeared on the team’s top 400 free relay time that achieved the school record at the UGA Fall Invitational. • Recorded season-best times in the 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley at the Bulldog Invitational and in the breaststroke events at the UGA Fall Invite. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Finished 12th in the 200 IM, 14th in the 100 breaststroke and 15th in the 200 breaststroke at the SEC Championship. • Swam on the 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams at the SECs. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from Evans High School. • Was the 2007 state champion in the long course 100 and 200 backstroke. • Was a 2007 Senior Sectionals Champion in the 200 IM • Recorded an Olympic Trial cut in the 200 IM at the 2007 Junior Nationals. • Received MVP honors all four years of high school. • Swam under Coach Kristen Schlegel with the Aiken/ Augusta Swim League.

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student-athletes Personal • Born Oct. 25, 1988. • Son of Martin and Cary Kata. • Majoring in Health and Physical Education. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Butterfly ............................47.66 ......................... 03/01/2009 100 Breaststroke .....................55.88 ......................... 12/06/2008 200 Breaststroke .....................2:02.43 ...................... 12/07/2008 200 Individual Medley.............1:46.64 ...................... 03/01/2009 400 Individual Medley.............3:50.15 ...................... 02/20/2009

• Majoring in Finance. Collegiate Personal Bests 500 Freestyle............................4:32.72 ...................... 12/05/2008 100 Backstroke ........................49.06 ......................... 02/20/2009 200 Backstroke ........................1:42.82 ...................... 02/28/2009

Todd McGraw

Hunter Lainhart Senior Jupiter, Fla.

2009-2010 (Senior Season) • Selected as a co-captain along with Troyden Prinsloo. 2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Finished 31st in the 200 backstroke at the NCAA Championship. • Ranks third in Georgia history with his 200 backstroke time in the Bulldog Invitational. • Finished eighth in the 200 backstroke, 17th in the 400 individual medley and 21st in the 100 backstroke at the SEC Championship. • Named to the SEC Community Service Team. • Named a recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Finished ninth in the 200 backstroke and 15th in the 100 backstroke at the SEC Championship. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. • Awarded to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • Placed 12th in the 200 backstroke at the SECs. International • Qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100 and the 200 backstroke at the USA Swimming National Championships. High School • Graduated from Jupiter High School. • Was a three-time High School All-American. • Was an Academic All-American. • Chosen as the three-time Jupiter MVP. • Holds six Jupiter backstroke and freestyle records. Personal • Born May 5, 1988. • Son of Donald and Michelle Lainhart.

Todd McGraw Sophomore Vinton, Va.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Earned Honorable Mention All-America status after finishing 12th in the 200 butterfly at the NCAA Championship • Finished 19th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Placed seventh in the 400 individual medley, ninth in the 200 butterfly and 22nd in the 200 IM at the SEC Championship. • Holds the third-fastest 200 butterfly and seventh-fastest 400 individual medley times in school history. • Named SEC Freshman of the Week following his efforts against SMU and Texas. • Named to the Fall Semester AD’s Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from William Byrd. • Coached by Doug Fonder. • Ranked fourth in the world among 17-and-unders in the 200-meter butterfly. • Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200 butterfly and the 400 individual medley. • Was the 2008 Virginia state champion in the 200 IM and the 500 freestyle. International • Selected as a member of the U.S. National Junior Team and finished second in the 200-meter butterfly in Australia. Personal • Born Sept. 7, 1989. • Son of Richard and Stephanie McGraw. • Majoring in Biology. Collegiate Bests 100 Butterfly ............................48.55 ......................... 12/06/2008 200 Butterfly ............................1:43.49 ...................... 03/28/2009 400 Individual Medley.............3:47.62 ...................... 03/27/2009

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Adam Parker Sophomore Maryville, Tenn.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Recorded collegiate best times in the 100, 200 and 500 freestyle events against South Carolina and Alabama, in the 100 backstroke at the UGA Fall Invite and the 200 backstroke at the Bulldog Invitational. High School • Graduated from Maryville High School. • Coached by Gardner Howland. • Was a two-time swimming MVP for Maryville. • Earned High School All-America honors in the 200 freestyle and the 100 backstroke twice. • Was a Scholastic All-American. • Member of the National Honor Society. • Volunteered for Habitat for Humanity. Personal • Born July 2, 1990. • Son of Gary and Jeanie Parker. • Majoring in Pre-Med. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Backstroke........................50.63 ......................... 12/06/2008 200 Backstroke........................1:47.64 ...................... 03/01/2009

Troyden Prinsloo Senior Durban, South Africa

2009-2010 (Senior Season) • Selected as a co-captain along with Hunter Lainhart. • Named the recipient of the Damon Evans Swimming Scholarship Endowment. 2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Won the national title in the 1,650 freestyle and came in fifth in the 500 freestyle at the NCAA Championship. • Earned two All-America honors at the 2009 NCAA Championship. • Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors after finishing ninth with the 800 freestyle relay team at the NCAAs. • Owns Georgia’s fastest 1,000 freestyle, second-fastest 500

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and 1,650 freestyle, and 10th-fastest 400 IM times. • Named First Team All-SEC after winning the 500 and 1,650 freestyle events at the SEC Championship. • Finished 10th in the 400 individual medley and swam with the seventh-place 800 freestyle relay team at the SECs. • Chosen as the recipient of the Harvey Humphries Swimming and Diving Endowed Scholarship. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Earned All-America honors in the 500 freestyle and the 1,650 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Finished second in the 1,650 free and fifth in the 500 free. • Named an Honorable Mention All-American on the 800 freestyle and the 200 medley relays at the NCAAs. • Named Second-Team All-SEC after finishing as the runnerup in the 500 and 1,650-yard free at the SEC Championship. • Placed 17th in the 200 freestyle at the SECs. • Chosen as the recipient of the Harvey Humphries Swimming and Diving Endowed Scholarship. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • Did not compete due to NCAA international transfer regulations. High School • Graduated from Kearsney College. International • Represented South Africa in the 2008 Beijing Olympics competing in the 1,500 freestyle. • Ranked 11th in the world in the 1,500 freestyle. • Earned a silver medal in the 800 freestyle at the Pan Pacific Games. • Placed third at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in the 1,500 freestyle. • Was a two-time Midmar Open Water champion, which is the most prestigious open water swim in the world. • Won the silver medal in the 1,500 freestyle at the 2002 World Cup in Rio de Janiero. Personal • Born Sept. 16, 1985.

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student-athletes • Son of Ashley and Brigit Prinsloo. • Majoring in Housing and Consumer Economics. Collegiate Personal Bests 200 Freestyle............................1:37.80 ...................... 12/01/2007 500 Freestyle............................4:12.49 ...................... 03/26/2009 1,650 Freestyle ........................14:28.06 .................... 03/28/2008 400 Individual Medley.............3:49.30 ...................... 12/06/2008

Joe Redmon Senior Newnan, Ga.

2008-2009 (Redshirt Season) • Redshirted and did not see any action for the Bulldogs. 2007-2008 (Junior Season) • Competed during the October-December portion of the schedule for the Bulldogs. 2006-2007 (Sophomore Season) • Placed 25th in the 200 butterfly and 33rd in the 100 butterfly at the NCAA Championship. • Swam on the 800 free relay team that placed 12th and the 400 free relay team that finished 18th at the NCAAs. • Earned an Honorable Mention All-America certificate. • Finished ninth in the 200 butterfly and 13th in the 100 butterfly at the SEC Championship. • Swam on the 800 free relay that placed third at the SECs. 2005-2006 (Freshman Season) • Qualified for the NCAAs in the 100 and 200 butterfly. • Placed 21st in the 200 and 31st in the 100 at the NCAAs. • Finished fourth in the 200 butterfly, 14th in the 100 butterfly and 22nd in the 50 freestyle at the SECs. International • Qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 butterfly at the USA Swimming National Championships. High School • Graduated from Newnan. • Set high school state records in the 100 butterfly and the 100 freestyle. • Placed first at the 2005 Southeastern Short Course Sectionals in five events. • Trained under Coach Doug Gjertsen at Swim Atlanta. • Invited to the USA Swimming National Select Camp. • Named Georgia State High School Swimmer of the Year. Personal • Born Nov. 8, 1986. • Son of Bruce and Kaye Redmon. • Majoring in Biology. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Butterfly ............................48.64 ......................... 02/15/2006 200 Butterfly ............................1:46.66 ...................... 02/15/2006

Brett Roberson Freshman Ringgold, Ga.

High School: • Graduated from Heritage with a 4.0 GPA and as salutatorian. • Swam for Dan Flack on the Baylor Swim Club. • Was the 2009 state champion in the 100 breaststroke. • Named an Olympic Trial Qualifier in the 200 breaststroke. • Was an All-American as a senior and was a three-time Academic All-American. Personal: • Born Oct. 15, 1990. • Son of Mark and Susan Roberson. • Majoring in Sports and Exercise Science. Personal Bests 100 Breaststroke .....................56.77 ......................... 03/17/2009 200 Breaststroke .....................2:02.25 ...................... 12/11/2008

Austin Stahley Sophomore Atherton, Calif.

2008-09 (Freshman Season) • Competing for Texas, saw action in two fall meets. 2007-08 (Redshirt Season) • Redshirted and did not see any action. High School • Graduated from Sacred Heart Prep. • Was a three-time NISCA All-American. • Was a seven-time CIF state champion. • Twice named California Central Section Athlete of the Year. • Captured the 200-yard IM and the 100-yard breaststroke at the 2006 Central Coast Sectional Championships. • Named a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American. Personal • Born March 31,1989. • Son of Scott and Michelle Stahley. • Majoring in Sport Management. Collegiate Best Times 100 Breaststroke .....................56.84 ........................... 2/26/2009 200 Breaststroke .....................2:01.66 ........................ 12/4/2008 200 Individual Medley.............1:48.93 ........................ 12/4/2008

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Stephen Swan Sophomore Snellville, Ga.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Recorded career-best times in the 100 and 200 freestyle at the Bulldog Invitational. High School • Graduated from Brookwood High School. • Coached by Chris Davis at Swim Atlanta. • Set the school records in the 100 and 200 freestyle and the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. • Was an individual Georgia state champion in 2008 in the 100 and 200 freestyle and received All-America honors. • Helped the 200 and 400 free relays win the Georgia state championship in 2008 and earned All-America honors. • Led Brookwood to its first state title in swimming. • Chosen as the 2008 Swimmer of the Year by the Gwinnett Daily Post. Personal • Born Jan. 19, 1990. • Son of Robert and Nancy Swan (the former Nancy Russom lettered in basketball for Georgia in 1979). • Majoring in Computer Science. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Freestyle............................45.16 ......................... 03/01/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:38.76 ...................... 02/28/2009

Chris Thompson Senior Kennesaw, Ga.

2009-2010 (Senior Season) • Named the recipient of the Morton S. Hodgson Jr. Men’s Swimming And Diving Scholarship. 2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Finished seventh in the 200 backstroke, 18th in the 100 backstroke at the 2009 SEC Championship and 30th in the 50 freestyle. • Recorded career-best times in the 50 freestyle and 100

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backstroke at the SEC Championship and the 200 backstroke at the 2009 Bulldog Invitational. • Won one individual event this season, the 200 backstroke against South Carolina and Alabama in the dual meet finale. • Owns the seventh-fastest 200 backstroke and 10th fastest 100 backstroke time in school history. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Finished 14th in the 100 backstroke, 14th in the 200 backstroke and 36th in the 50 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Set his career-best time in the 100 backstroke by going 49.86 in the prelims at the SECs. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • Provided depth for the Bulldogs in the freestyle, backstroke and IM events. High School • Graduated from Harrison. • Was the Georgia state champion in the 100 and 200 backstroke. • Qualified for Senior Nationals in the backstroke events. • Qualified for the Southern Sectionals where he placed third in the 200 backstroke and fifth in the 100 backstroke. • Was a High School All-American in the 100 backstroke and 200 freestyle. Personal • Born March 8, 1988. • Son of Steve and Garla Thompson. • Majoring in Consumer Economics. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................20.76 ......................... 02/19/2009 100 Backstroke ........................48.86 ......................... 02/20/2009 200 Backstroke ........................1:44.06 ...................... 03/01/2009

Alex Watson Freshman Canton, Ga.

High School: • Graduated from Woodstock High School. • Named High School All-American for diving. • Coached by John Ames from Atlanta Diving Association. • Was the high school state champion in 2009 for diving. • Was a five-time Junior National qualifier. Personal: • Born Oct. 6, 1990. • Son of Craig and Gwyn Watson. • Majoring in Graphic Design.

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Adrienne Bicek

Freshman Downers Grove, Ill.

High School • Graduated from Downers Grove North High School. • Swam for Express Swim Team and was coached by Judy Busse, Greg Busse, and Patti Redig. • Named the Illinois High School Swimmer of the Year 2008 by the Illinois Swimming Association. • Named the 2008 Illinois Breakthrough Swimmer of the Year. • Captured the Illinois state championship in the 200 individual medley as a senior. • Was the Illinois runner-up in the 500 freestyle her senior year, breaking a 22-year-old state record in the prelims. • Was the state medalist in the 200 individual medley as a junior. • Earned All-America honors by the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association 10 times. • Was a four-time state qualifier. • Was conference champion in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle during her senior year, setting new conference records. • Was conference champion in the 200 and 500 freestyle as a junior. • Was conference champion in the 200 individual medley as a sophomore. • Currently holds multiple varsity records at D.G. North. International • Finished seventh at the 2009 World Championships in the Anne-Marie Botek

200 butterfly. • Was the 2008 Junior National Champion in the 200 butterfly with meet record time of 2:11.46. • Was the bronze medalist at the Junior Pan-Pacific Meet in the 200 butterfly. • Named a member of the Junior National Team and represented the United States at the Junior Pan-Pacific Meet in Guam in 2009. • Participated in the 2008 Olympic Trials Cut in the 200 butterfly, finishing 42nd.. Personal • Born March 1, 1991. • Daughter of Paul and Gale Bicek. ��� Majoring in Early Childhood Education. Personal Bests 500 Freestyle ............................4:46.66 ...................... 11/21/2008 1,650 Freestyle ........................17:40.24 .................... 03/02/2007 200 Butterfly ............................1:56.99 ...................... 12/04/2008 400 Individual Medley.............4:15.06 ...................... 03/05/2009

Anne-Marie Botek Senior Elicott City, Md.

2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Won a national championship with the 200 medley relay at the NCAA Championship, earning All-America honors. • Earned additional All-America honors with a second -place finish in the 50 freestyle and an eighth-place effort with the 200 freestyle relay. • Finished 41st in the 100 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Named First Team All-SEC after winning the 50 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Finished third with the 200 free relay team, ninth in the 100 butterfly and17th in the 100 freestyle at the SECs. • Swam on the school-record 200 free and 200 medley relay teams and ranks third in the 50 freestyle and fifth in the 100 butterfly. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Won four races during the year, all in the 50 freestyle race • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Received All-America honors from her leg in the 200 medley relay and Honorable Mention in the 200 freestyle relay. • Finished 36th in the 50 freestyle and the 100 butterfly. • Swam on the 200 medley relay that finished sixth and the 200 freestyle relay that finished 14th. • Earned points by finishing eighth in the 50 freestyle and 10th in the 100 butterfly at the SEC Championship.

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student-athletes • Helped the 200 medley (fourth) and 200 freestyle (sixth) relays score at the SECs. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • Earned two All-America certificates at the NCAAs. • Swam on the 200 freestyle and 200 medley relay teams that placed second and fifth respectively at the NCAAs. • Placed 26th in the 50 freestyle and 30th in the 100 butterfly at the NCAAs. • Named Second-Team All-Southeastern Conference by the league’s coaches and Honorable Mention All-SEC by the Knoxville News Sentinel following the SEC Championship. • At the SECs, finished third in the 100 butterfly and fourth in the 50 freestyle and was on the 200 and 400 freestyle and 200 and 400 medley relays that placed second. • Recorded the sixth-best 100 butterfly time (53.70) and the eighth-fastest 50 freestyle time (22.58) in school history. High School • Graduated from McDonogh. • Swam for Eagles Swim Team (EST) for Coach Scott Ward • Was a 16-time High School All-American. • Was the independent high school national champion in the 100 butterfly. • Was an Olympic Trials Qualifier in the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly. • Was the Maryland state champion and record holder in the 50 freestyle. • Finished seventh at the 2005 World Championship Trials. Personal • Born Feb. 29, 1988. • Daughter of John and Linda Botek. • Majoring in Marketing. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................21.80 ......................... 03/19/2009 100 Freestyle............................49.48 ......................... 03/19/2009 100 Butterfly ............................52.94 ......................... 12/06/2008

Annie Broome Senior Knoxville, Tenn.

2009-2010 (Senior Season) • Selected as a co-captain along with Lisa Caprioglio. • Named the recipient of the UGA Athletic Association’s Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholarship. 2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in the

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200 butterfly at the NCAA Championship, finishing 10th. • Finished 32nd in the 100 butterfly at the NCAAs. • Finished third in the 200 butterfly and seventh in the 100 butterfly at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Recorded career-best times in the 100 butterfly at the SEC Championship and 200 butterfly at the 2009 NCAA Championship. • Ranks second in the 200 butterfly and third in the 100 butterfly in school history. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Earned an All-America certificate in the 200 butterfly and Honorable Mention All-America honors for the 400 medley relay. • Finished seventh in the 200 butterfly and 26th in the 100 butterfly at the NCAAs. • Placed fourth in the 200 butterfly and fifth in the 100 butterfly and helped the 400 medley relay take third at the SECs. • Ranked third in the 200 butterfly and sixth in the 100 butterfly in the Georgia record book. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • Was a consolation finalist and points scorer for Maryland in the 100 and 200 butterfly at the ACC Championship. • Qualified for the championship final in the 100 and 200 butterfly at the Terrapin Cup, taking fifth and seventh. High School • Graduated from Bearden High School. • Was the 2005 and 2006 Tennessee high school state champion in the 100 butterfly. • Was the Tennessee state record holder in the 100 butterfly and the 200 medley relay. • Was a Senior National Qualifier in the 100 and 200 butterfly. • Participated in the National Championships every year from 2003-06. • Swam for Gardner Howland. Personal • Born Nov. 11, 1987. • Daughter of Ben and Sherry Broome. • Majoring in Business. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Butterfly ............................52.79 ......................... 02/20/2009 200 Butterfly ............................1:54.95 ...................... 03/21/2009

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Lexie Bryant

Lisa Caprioglio

Senior Duluth, Ga.

2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Finished 28th off the 3-meter springboard and 21st on the 1-meter springboard at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships. • Recorded scores of 241.95 off the 3-meter and 240.25 off the 1-meter at Zone B Championships. • Recorded career-best score of 266.95 in the 3-meter springboard at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Finished 16th off the 3-meter and 17th in the 1-meter springboard competition at the SEC Championship. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Qualified for the Zone B Championship on the 1-meter springboard with 260.45 points. • Recorded a seasonbest total of 243 points on 3-meter against Tennessee. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • At the Zone B Championship, placed 28th on 1-meter. • Had an NCAA Zone Championship qualifying standard of 276.67 on 1-meter. Lexie Bryant • Also had personal-best marks of 239.25 on 3-meter and 179.15 on platform. High School • Graduated from Duluth. • Was a two-time high school All-American. • Won the Georgia high school states as a senior. • Was a two-time Spring Nationals qualifier. • Was a one-time East National qualifier. Personal • Born October 19, 1987. • Daughter of Keith and Pam Bryant. • Majoring in Art. Collegiate Personal Bests 1-Meter......................................267.28 ....................... 01/04/2009 3-Meter......................................266.95 ....................... 02/18/2009 Platform .....................................179.15 ....................... 12/03/2006

Senior Highlands Ranch, Colo.

2009-2010 (Senior Season) • Selected as a co-captain along with Annie Broome. • Named a recipient of the Solms Family Scholarship. • Chosen as the recipient of the Joel Eaves Scholar-Athlete Award as the female student-athlete entering her senior year with the highest grade point average in the athletic program. 2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Won first place in the 200 medley relay at the NCAA Championship, earning All-America status. • Earned an additional All-America honor by finishing fifth with the 400 medley relay team at the NCAA Championship. • Finished 19th and 26th in the 100 and 200 butterfly, respectively, at the NCAAs. • Named Female SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Finished ninth in the 200 butterfly and 10th in the 200 individual medley at the SEC Championship. • Holds the program’s second-fastest time in the 100 butterfly, seventh-fastest time in the 100 backstroke and 200 butterfly, and 10th fastest-time in the 200 individual medley. • Recipient of a Ramsey Scholarship for Academic/Athletic Excellence. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the ESPN The Magazine First Team Academic All-America and All-District At-Large Teams. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Finished ninth in the 100 butterfly (53.76), 14th in the 100 backstroke (55.87) and 20th in the 200 butterfly (2:03.60) at the SEC Championship. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • At the SEC Championship, finished 11th in both the 100 butterfly and the 200 butterfly and was 17th in the 200 IM. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. High School • Graduated from Highlands Ranch. • Broke the Colorado state record in the 100 butterfly en route to winning a state title. • Also won a state title in the 50 freestyle. • Named team Most Valuable Swimmer all four years at Highlands Ranch.

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student-athletes • Was a four-time Scholastic All-American. Personal • Born April 13, 1988. • Daughter of Rob and Ann Caprioglio. • Majoring in International Business and Marketing. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Backstroke ........................54.01 ......................... 12/06/2008 100 Butterfly ............................52.62 ......................... 03/20/2009 200 Butterfly ...........................1:57.10 ...................... 03/21/2009 200 Individual Medley.............1:58.73 ...................... 02/19/2009

golds, setting two meet record and recording an Olympic Trials cut (in the 200 IM). • Chosen as an Academic All-American and Honor Roll selection. • Named the 2006 Long Course Seniors Swimmer of the Year by Georgia Swimming. Personal • Born Oct. 4, 1988. • Daughter of Chris and Mary Cartwright. • Majoring in Exercise and Sport Science. Collegiate Personal Bests 200 Butterfly ............................1:56.38 ...................... 03/01/2009 200 Individual Medley.............1:58.47 ...................... 02/19/2009 400 Individual Medley.............4:12.84 ...................... 02/22/2008

Lauren Cartwright Junior Fayetteville, Ga.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Recorded career-best times at the SEC Championship. • Finished with times of 1:58.47 in the 200 individual medley and 4:12.84 in the 400 individual medley at the SECs. • Finished with a career-best time in the 200 butterfly at the Bulldog Invitational. • Ranks third in school history in the 400 IM, fourth in the 200 butterfly and seventh in the 200 IM. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Finished 20th in the 200 individual medley, 21st in the 200 butterfly and 26th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAA Championship. • Placed ninth in the 400 IM, 10th in the 200 butterfly and 11th in the 200 IM at the SEC Championship. • Ranked fifth in the 200 butterfly, seventh in the 200 IM and seventh in the 400 IM in the Georgia record book. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. • Chosen as a CSCAA Academic All-American, helping Georgia earn the CSCAA Academic All-American Team Award. High School • Graduated from Starr’s Mill. • Swam for Coach Jamey Meyers on the Southern Crescent Aquatic Team. • Was an eight-time All-American and a four-time state champ. • Was Starr’s Mill’s MVP four straight seasons. • Set the Southern Zone records in the 200 IM and the 200 freestyle. • Named the Fayette County Swimmer of the Year three times and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Swimmer of the Year twice. • Competed at the Georgia Zones four times, earning three

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Lauren English Sophomore Lincoln Park, N.J.

2008-2009 (Redshirt Season) • Redshirted and did not see any action for the Lady Bulldogs. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Qualified automatically for the NCAA Championship on the 200 medley relay team and recorded B-cut times in the 50 freestyle and the 100 and 200 backstroke. • Placed eighth in the 100 backstroke and 15th in the 50 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Swam on the 200 medley relay team that was fourth and the 200 freestyle relay team that was sixth at the SECs. • Went 54.39 in the 100 backstroke to establish the 10thbest time in school history. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. High School • Graduated from Montville Township High School. • Is the U.S. Open record-holder in the 50 back (LCM) at 28.90. • Finished first in the 50 free and 100 backstroke at the New Jersey Meet of Champions. • Finished second in the 100 backstroke at Nationals in 2006. • Finished second in the 100 backstroke and the 400 medley relay and third in the 200 backstroke at the National Junior meet. • Finished eighth in the 50 backstroke, 12th in the 100 backstroke and 10th in the 200 backstroke at the World Uni-

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student-athletes versity Games in 2007. • Swam for Coach Kathleen Ashenfelter with the Cougar Swim Club. • Was chosen as an Academic All-American • Was named the National High School Female Swimmer Athlete of the Year. Personal • Born April 22, 1989. • Daughter of Patrick and Lynn English. • Majoring in Sports Studies Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................22.88 ......................... 11/30/2007 100 Backstroke ........................54.39 ......................... 02/22/2008 200 Backstroke ........................2:00.52 ...................... 12/02/2007 Lauren English

• Was a part of the teams that held the high school state records in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. • Held the high school state record in the 200 freestyle. • Was the 200 butterfly champion at the 2007 NSCA Junior Nationals and 2007 ConocoPhillips Junior National. • Was a member of the volleyball team her freshman and sophomore years. • Was a member of Beta Club, National Honor Society, Key Club and FCCLA. • Plays the piano. Personal • Born Dec. 21, 1989. • Daughter of Jack and Karen Fish. • Majoring in Exercise Science. Collegiate Personal Bests 200 Freestyle............................1:47.61 ...................... 12/06/2008 500 Freestyle............................4:41.96 ...................... 12/05/2008 200 Butterfly ............................1:57.33 ...................... 12/07/2008 400 Individual Medley.............4:15.10 ...................... 12/06/2008

Kelsey Gaid Freshman Roswell, Ga.

Abbie Fish

Sophomore Louisville, Ky.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Finished seventh in the 200 butterfly and 14th in the 500 freestyle and 400 IM at the SEC Championship. • Won one individual event, the 500 free against Emory. • Holds the eighth-fastest time in the 200 butterfly and the ninth-fastest times in the 500 freestyle and 400 IM in school history. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American. High School • Graduated from DuPont Manual High School. • Swam for the Lakeside Seahawks and was coached by Mike DeBoor. • Named MVP four times for DuPont Manual. • Was a part of the team that won the women and combined high school state championship four years in a row. • Won the Kentucky high school state championship in the 200 freestyle twice.

High School • Graduated from Alan C. Pope High School with honors. • Swam for Yit Aun Lim on the Marietta Marlins. • Was the high school state champion in 2009 in the 500 freestyle. • Named Academic All-American for four years with a 4.0 grade point average. • Named First-Team All-State three times (2007-09). • Selected as High School MVP for three years and as the Team Captain. • Won Short Course Senior State High Point honors in 2008. • Qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2008 in the 100 backstroke, the 200 backstroke, the 200 free and the 200 IM. • Finished fourth in the 200 backstroke at the 2008 Junior National Championships. Personal • Born Feb. 5, 1991. • Daughter of Perry and Loretta Gaid. • Majoring in Exercise and Sports Science. Personal Bests 100 Backstroke ........................55.50 ..............................03/05/09 200 Backstroke ........................1:57.37 ...........................03/27/09 100 Freestyle............................50.41 ..............................12/12/08 200 Freestyle............................1:48.37 ...........................12/12/08 500 Freestyle............................4:48.71 ...........................02/12/09

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Colleen Haase Junior Rockville, Md.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Earned All-America honors by finishing seventh in the 100 breaststroke at the NCAA Championship. • Finished 17th in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAAs. • Finished eighth in the 100 breaststroke and 15th in the 200 breaststroke at the 2009 SEC Championship. • Won one individual event, the 100 breast against Texas. • Ranks third in the 200 breaststroke and fifth in the 100 breaststroke in Georgia’s record books. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Finished 17th in the 100 breaststroke and 19th in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAAs. • Finished eighth in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke at the SECs. High School • Graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School. • Broke the state record in 200 breaststroke. • Broke the record in the 100 breaststroke at the Washington Metropolitan and National Catholic meet. • Finished 16th in the 200 breast at the U.S. Nationals. • Was named a Scholastic All-American. • Swam under Coach Sue Chen with the Rockville Montgomery Swim Club. Personal • Born Jan. 10, 1989. • Daughter of Bruce and Eileen Haase. • Majoring in Psychology. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Breaststroke .....................59.67 ......................... 03/20/2009 200 Breaststroke .....................2:08.63 ...................... 12/07/2008

Erica Malagón Sophomore Athens, Ga.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in the 200 freestyle at the NCAA Championship, finishing 16th. • Finished 36th and 49th in the 500 and 100 freestyle races.

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Colleen Haase • Ranks seventh in Georgia history in the 200 freestyle. • Swam in exhibition at the SEC Championship in the 100 freestyle, 500 freestyle and 400 individual medley. • Named as a Fall Semester Presidential Scholar. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Academic Roundtable. • Earned Academic All-America honors. High School • Graduated from Clarke Central High School. • Coached by Harvey Humphries and Jonathan Foggin as a member of the Athens Bulldog Swim Club. • Was the 2008 Georgia high school State champion in the 200 freestyle. • Was the 2007 and 2008 Georgia high school state champion in the 500 freestyle. • Named the recipient of the 2008 Bill Young Award by Georgia Swimming. • Named a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American three times. • Earned High School All-America honors in the 200 and 500 freestyles for three consecutive years. • Was the Georgia Long Course Senior State Outstanding Female Swimmer of the Meet in 2007 and 2008. • Named the 2006 Georgia Zone Team Co-Captain and Southern Zone Champion in the 15-18 Girls’ 100m and 200m freestyles. • Qualified for Spring Nationals, Short Course Nationals, and U.S. Open/Summer Nationals. • Represented USA Swimming as Georgia Swimming Athlete from 2006 to 2008. Personal • Born Feb. 19, 1990. • Daughter of José Ramón Malagón and Sarah Blackwell. • Majoring in Cellular Biology and Spanish. • Speaks Spanish fluently and has dual citizenship (United States and Spain). Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Freestyle............................49.31 ......................... 03/01/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:44.94 ..................... 03/01/2009 500 Freestyle............................4:44.90 ...................... 03/19/2009 400 Individual Medley.............4:16.94 ..................... 12/06/2008

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Jana Mangimelli Freshman Snellville, Ga.

All-American for diving once. • Medaled four times at the high school state meet. • Holds the school’s 1-meter record. • Chosen as the Wendy’s-Heisman and Vince Dooley Scholarship winner. • Was a four-time Summer National Championship qualifier. • Twice qualified for the Zone Championship. • Qualified for the Spring National Championship. Personal • Born Aug. 19, 1991. • Daughter of Rembert and Mary McElhannon • Majoring in Biology.

High School: • Graduated from Brookwood High School. • Competed for Swim Atlanta for Coach Chris Davis. • Was a two-time state champ in the 200 individual medley. • Ranked fifth in 2009 among high school girls. • Was a 10-time All-American. • Recorded state-record times on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays. • Twice chosen as the Gwinnett Daily Post Swimmer of the Year. • Named Swimming’s Most Valuable Athlete at Brookwood three times. • Qualified for 2008 Olympic Trials in the 200 backstroke. • Qualified for the 2009 World Championship Trials in the 100 and 200 backstroke, the 200 & 400 individual medley, and the 200 butterfly. •Came in 11th in the 400 individual medley at the World Championship Trials. Personal • Born Jan. 21, 1991. • Daughter of D.C. Mangimelli Jr. and Robyn Brewington. • Majoring in Early Childhood Education. Personal Bests 100 Backstroke ........................ 54.77 ........................ 02/12/2009 200 Backstroke ........................1:56.57 ...................... 12/04/2008 200 Individual Medley.............1:58.15 ...................... 02/12/2009 400 Individual Medley.............4:10.27 ...................... 03/05/2009 100 Butterfly ............................55.46 ......................... 12/12/2008 200 Butterfly ............................1:58.11 ...................... 03/05/2009

Hannah McElhannon Freshman Watkinsville, Ga.

High School • Graduated from Oconee County High School. • Coached by Dan Laak of the Georgia Diving Club. • Named two-time All-American for diving and an Academic

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Michelle McKeehan Sophomore Greenwood, Ind.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Received All-America honors in the 100 breaststroke and Honorable Mention All-America honors in the 200 breast. • Finished eighth in the 100 breaststroke,13th in the 200 breaststroke and 28th in the 200 individual medley. • Named a Second-Team All-SEC selection after finishing second in the 100 breaststroke at the SEC Championship. • Finished third with the 400 medley relay, third in the 200 breaststroke and 16th in the 200 individual medley. • Holds fourth-fastest 100 breaststroke time and the fifthfastest 200 breaststroke time in school history. • Recorded four individual victories this season. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American.

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student-athletes High School • Graduated from Center Grove High School and swam for Jim Todd. • Was an eight-time state champion in the 100 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley. • Broke the 100 breast and 200 IM state records twice and broke the former 200 IM national record. • Named the 2008 Athlete of the Year for Center Grove High School and the Daily Journal. • Recognized as the 2008 Suburban Athlete by the Indianapolis Star. • Was a Conference Academic All-State selection from 2004-2008. • Named All-America from 2004-2008. Personal • Born Nov. 9, 1989 • Daughter of Stuart McKeehan and Amy Chase. • Majoring in Public Relations and Speech Communications. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Breaststroke .....................59.34 ......................... 03/19/2009 200 Breaststroke .....................2:09.55 ...................... 03/19/2009 200 Individual Medley.............1:58.74 ...................... 03/19/2009

Kelly McNichols Senior Naperville, Ill.

2009-2010 (Senior Season) • Named the recipient of the Lisa Coole Memorial Swimming Scholarship. 2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Won first place in the 200 medley relay at the NCAA Championship, earning All-America honors. • Earned two additional All-America honors and two Honorable Mention All-American honors at the NCAA Championship. • Earned All-America status after finishing fourth and eighth in the 400 and 200 freestyle relay, respectively, and Honorable Mention All-America status by finishing 10th in the 100 breaststroke and 34th in the 100 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Was part of school record 200 and 400 free and 200 medley relays at the NCAAs. • Named Second Team All-SEC after finishing second with the 400 freestyle relay team at the SEC Championship. • Finished sixth in the 100 breaststroke, seventh in the 100 freestyle and 11th in the 200 individual medley at the SEC Championship. • Named the recipient of the Lisa Coole Memorial Swimming Scholarship. • Ranks sixth in the school record book for the 200 IM,

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Kelly McNichols eighth in the 100 breaststroke and ninth in the 100 freestyle • Set career-bests in the 200 freestyle and 200 individual medley at the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named a Coca-Cola Community Service All-American. • Chosen for the 2009 NCAA Leadership Conference. • Nominated for the Lewis Leadership Award. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Earned three All-America honors for the 400 and 800 medley relays and the 200 medley relay at the NCAAs. • Earned three Honorable Mention All-America certificates in the 100 breast, 200 freestyle relay and 400 medley relay. • Finished 16th in the 100 breaststroke at the NCAAs. • Named Second-Team All-SEC following the SECs. • Placed second in the 100 breaststroke, sixth in the 100 freestyle and ninth in the 200 IM at the SECs. • Helped the 800 freestyle relay come in second, the 400 medley relay finish third, and the 400 freestyle and the 200 medley relays place fourth at the SECs. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. • Chosen for the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named the recipient of the Lisa Coole Memorial Swimming Scholarship. • Named an Academic All-American. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • Earned four All-America awards and an Honorable Mention certificate at the NCAAs. • Placed fourth in the 100 breaststroke at the NCAAs. • Swam on the 400 freestyle relay that was third, the 200 medley relay that was fifth and the 400 medley relay that was ninth at the NCAAs. • Named Second-Team All-SEC by the league’s coaches and Honorable Mention All-SEC by the Knoxville News Sentinel. • Placed fifth in the 100 breaststroke, eighth in the 100 freestyle and 15th in the 200 IM at the SECs. • Swam on the 400 and 800 freestyle and the 200 and 400 medley relays that all finished second. • Ranked fifth in the 100 breast (1:00.36) on Georgia’s alltime list. • Named the recipient of the Lisa Coole Memorial Swimming Scholarship.

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student-athletes High School • Graduated from Naperville Central. • Named the 2005 Illinois Swimmer of the Year. • Was a two-time state record holder in the 200 freestyle and 200 medley relay. • Was the first-ever four-time gold medalist at 2004 Illinois State Championship. • Was a seven-time high school state champion. • Played water polo her junior and senior years. • Coached by Jon Carlson, Kristen Lieyeos and Mark Townsend. Personal • Born Dec. 21, 1987. • Daughter of Jim and Marcia McNichols. • Majoring in Advertising. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Freestyle............................48.63 ......................... 02/21/2009 100 Breaststroke .....................1:00.08 ...................... 03/20/2009 200 Breaststroke .....................2:14.93 ...................... 12/07/2008 200 Individual Medley.............1:58.21 ...................... 12/05/2008

Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. High School • Graduated from Leland High School. • Set every record in every event at Leland. • Swam at the Summer Nationals in 2007, finishing eighth in the 200 free. • Qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 freestyle and the 200 IM. • Was a 10-time High School All-American. • Was a seven-time Central Coast Section Champion. • Swam for coaches Dick Jochums and John Bitter at the Santa Clara Swim Club. Personal • Born Jan. 5, 1989. • Daughter of Mike and Sandy Monsees. • Majoring in Health Science. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................22.84 ......................... 12/05/2008 100 Freestyle............................49.06 ......................... 03/21/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:46.26 ...................... 03/20/2009 200 Individual Medley.............1:57.17 ...................... 02/19/2009

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Emily Montesinos

Junior San Jose, Calif.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Earned an All-America honor in the 200 freestyle relay at the NCAA Championship with an eighth-place finish. • Finished 25th in the 200 freestyle and 31st in the 100 freestyle, at the NCAAs. • Named Second Team All-SEC after finishing second with the 400 freestyle relay team at the SEC Championship. •Finished third with the 200 free relay team, fifth in the 200 IM, 10th in the 200 freestyle and 14th in the 100 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Holds second-fastest 200 individual medley time in school history. • Set personal bests in the 100 and 200 freestyles at the NCAA Championship and the 200 individual medley at the SEC Championship. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Earned All-America Honors for the 400 freestyle relay and the 800 freestyle relay. • Finished 27th in the 200 freestyle, 38th in the 200 IM, and 43rd in the 100 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Finished eighth in the 200 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Ranked ninth in the Georgia record book in the 200 IM. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor

Junior Riverdale, Ga.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll • Recorded personal-best times in the 50 freestyle at the Bulldog Invitational, 100 freestyle against Tennessee and 200 freestyle at the UGA Fall Invitational. • Her meters-converted time of 22.77 at the Bulldog Invitational was third-fastest on the team. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. High School • Graduated from Jonesboro High School. • Finished second, third and fourth (twice) in the 50 free at the Georgia State Championships. • Holds the Clayton County record. • Won the Sports Champions of Atlanta Award. • Swam under former Georgia swimmer Andy Griffin for the Tara Tarpons. • Graduated from high school with honors.

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student-athletes Personal • Born July 17, 1989. • Daughter of Steve and Carol Montesinos. • Majoring in Exercise and Sports Science. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................22.89 ......................... 12/05/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:54.85 ...................... 12/05/2008

Hannah Moore Junior Moultrie, Ga.

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Earned Honorable Mention All-America status at the NCAA Championship by finishing 14th off the 3-meter springboard and 15th off the 1-meter springboard. • Placed fifth in the 3-meter springboard and sixth in the 1-meter springboard at the Zone B Diving Championships. • Reached a career-high score of 300.90 on the 1-meter board and 239.35 off the tower at the SEC Championship. • Finished fifth in the 1-meter, ninth in the platform and 11th in the 3-meter at the SEC Championship. • Named SEC Female Diver of the Week twice in helping Georgia to wins against Auburn and in the UGA Fall Invitational. • Set 3-meter pool and school record for dual/invitational at UGA Fall Invitational, holds the school record for a 1-meter diving score in a championship meet at SECs and recorded a new platform record in a dual/invitational at the Tennessee Diving Invitational. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Earned All-America honors on the 3-meter springboard by placing fourth at the NCAA Championship. • Came in 22nd on platform and 23rd on 1-meter at the NCAAs. • Became Georgia diving’s first NCAA qualifier since 2001 by finishing first on 3-meter and fourth on 1-meter at the Zone B Championship • Finished third on 3-meter, sixth on 1-meter and 11th on platform at the SEC Championship. • Won Georgia’s first diving medal at the SECs since 2002. • Named the SEC Female Diver of the Week after helping the Lady Bulldogs win the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. • Chosen as a CSCAA Academic All-American, helping

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Chelsea Nauta Junior Tampa, Fla.

2009-2010 (Junior Season) • Named the recipient of the UGA Athletic Association’s Jack Bauerle Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholarship. 2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Earned five All-America honors at the NCAA Championship. • Finished fifth in the 500 and 1,650 freestyles and was a part of the second place 800 free relay team, the fourth place 400 free relay team and the eighth place 200 free relay team at the NCAAs.

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student-athletes • Was part of the school record 400 free relay and 800 free relay teams at NCAA Championship. • Named Second Team All-SEC after finishing second with the 800 freestyle relay team and the 500 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Finished fourth in the 200 freestyle and sixth in the 200 backstroke at the SEC Championship. • Ranks third in the 500 and 1,650 freestyle, fourth in the 200 backstroke and fifth in the 200 freestyle in school history. • Received the Jack Bauerle Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholarship. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Earned three All-America honors in the 500 freestyle and the 400 and 800 freestyle relays and one Honorable Mention All-America citation for the 200 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Finished sixth in the 500 freestyle, ninth in the 200 freestyle, 36th in the 100 freestyle, and fourth in the 8000 free relay and seventh in the 400 free relay at the NCAAs. • Earned Second-Team All-SEC honors at the SECs. • Placed third in the 200 freestyle, seventh in the 1,650 freestyle and ninth in the 500 freestyle at the SECs. • Helped the 800 freestyle relay take second and the 400 freestyle relay come in fourth at the SECs. • Ranked fourth in the 200 freestyle, sixth in the 500 freestyle and eighth in the 1,000 freestyle in the Georgia records. • Named the SEC Female Freshman Swimmer of the Week after helping Georgia defeat Florida at Gabrielsen Natatorium. • Chosen as a CSCAA Academic All-American, helping Georgia earn the CSCAA Academic All-American Team Award. High School • Graduated from Tampa Prep High School. • Trained at Tampa Prep under Coach Rich Rogers. • Was a seven-time prep state champion. • Was the three-time Florida High School Athletic Association Swimmer of the Year. • Was a member of the 400 and 800 freestyle relays that won bronze at the Junior Pan Pacs. • Was the captain of the 2005 National Junior Team. • Set records in the USA Junior Championship meet in the 200 and 400 freestyle. • Swam at Spring Nationals, finishing seventh in the 100 freestyle and 10th in the 200 freestyle. Personal • Born Oct. 14, 1988. • Daughter of Steve and Andrea Nauta. • Father played football at Michigan and professionally for the Atlanta Falcons. • Majoring in Biology, Pre-med. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Freestyle............................48.83 ......................... 03/01/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:44.00 ...................... 03/20/2009 500 Freestyle............................4:35.86 ...................... 12/05/2008 1,650 Freestyle ........................15:55.37 .................... 03/21/2009 200 Backstroke ........................1:54.50 ...................... 02/21/2009 100 Butterfly ............................53.74 ......................... 02/28/2009

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Sara Nicponski

Junior Salt Lake City, Utah

2008-2009 (Sophomore Year) • Competing for UC-Santa Barbara, finished 21st in the 100 breaststroke and 34th in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAA Championship. • Swam on the 400 medley relay that came in 19th at the NCAAs. • Placed third in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke and finished ninth in the 200 individual medley at the Big West Championships. 2007-2008 (Freshman Year) • Competing for UC-Santa Barbara, earned Honorable Mention All-American accolades at the NCAAs after placing 12th in the 200 medley relay and 15th in the 400 medley relay. • Placed 20th in the 100 breaststroke and 25th in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAAs. • Named the Big West Conference Female Freshman of the Year. • Was the Big West champion, as well as school and conference record-holder, on the 200 medley relay (1:38.64) and conference champion and school record-holder on the 400 medley relay (3:38.57). • Placed second in the 100 breast (1:02.01) and in the 200 breast (2:14.43) at the Big West Championships. • Earned CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major All-American accolades. • Earned UCSBgauchos.com/Golden One Athlete of the Week honors on Dec. 3, 2007. International • Competed at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials where she placed 22nd in the 100-meter breast (1:10.30) and 43rd in the

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student-athletes 200-meter breast (2:34.57). • Placed 10th in the 100-meter breaststroke at the 2008 U.S. Open and 23rd in the 200-meter breaststroke. High School • Named 2007 Overall Utah Swimmer of the Year. • An All-American in 2006-07 in the 100-yard breaststroke at Skyline High School. • Competed under coach Matt Vicario. • Holds Utah swimming records in both yards and meters for the 100 and 200 breaststroke. • Set 100-yard breaststroke high school state record. • The 2007 Junior National Champion in the 100 breast. • Also competed for the Eagle Aquatic Team, also coached by Vicario. • Played water polo for Skyline. • Set the Georgia swimming state record in the 100-meter breaststroke. Personal • Born Sept. 6, 1988. • Daughter of Steve and Nan Nicponski. • Majoring in Speech Communication. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Breaststroke .....................1:00.82 ...................... 03/19/2009 200 Breaststroke .....................2:11.50 ...................... 02/25/2009 200 Individual Medley.............2:01.91 ...................... 02/25/2009

Megan Romano Freshman St. Petersburg, Fla.

High School • Graduated from Northeast High School. • Swam for Bill Burrows at Northeast High School. • Swam for Fred Lewis for Saint Petersburg Aquatics. • Named MVP at Northeast all four years. • Was a four-year member of the Honor Roll. • Placed first in all individual events at the state meet. • Qualified for six events at the 2008 Olympic Trials. • Has a NAG record in 13-14 100 freestyle. Personal • Born Feb. 2, 1991. • Daughter of Tom and Rhonda Romano. • Majoring in Exercise and Sports Science. Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................23.00 ......................... 12/04/2008 100 Freestyle............................49.20 ......................... 10/11/2008 200 Freestyle............................1:46.06 ...................... 11/15/2008 500 Freestyle............................4:48:38 ...................... 12/09/2005 100 Backstroke ........................54.12 ......................... 11/15/2008 200 Backstroke ........................1:56.30 ...................... 02/28/2008

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Allison Schmitt Sophomore Canton, Mich.

2009-2010 (Sophomore Season) • Named the recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Scholarship. 2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Won national championship in the 500 freestyle at the NCAA Championship, earning All-America status. • Earned additional All-America honors in the 200 freestyle and the 400 and 800 freestyle relays. • Finished third in the 200 freestyle, second in the 800 freestyle relay and fourth in the 400 freestyle relay at the NCAAs. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Year and named to the SEC All-Freshman Team following the SEC Championship. • Named First Team All-SEC after winning the 500 freestyle. • Clinched school-record 200 freestyle time in leading off the 800 free relay team, which finished with a new school record, at the SEC Championship. • Swam the lead leg of the second place 400 free relay team, which set a new school record, was second in the 200 freestyle and was fifth in the 100 freestyle at the SECs. • Holds program records in the 200 and 500 freestyle and with the 400 and 800 free relays and is fifth-fastest in the 100 freestyle and sixth-fastest in the 200 butterfly all-time. • Joined the team in January after missing the first semester due to the Beijing Olympics. High School • Graduated from Canton High School. • Swam for Club Wolverine and Coach Bob Bowman. • Named the 2008 Michigan Female High School Athlete of the Year by the Detroit Athletic Club. • Was a two-time Michigan High School Swimmer of the Year. • Was the Michigan high school state champion in the 200

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student-athletes and 500 freestyle in 2006 and 2007, setting the state record in both events. • Earned All-America honors 10 times. • Named All-State eight times and to the All-State relay three times. • Set Canton High School records nine events. • Named the 2007-08 Canton High Female Athlete of the Year. • Was Canton’s Most Valuable Swimmer for four years. International • Won the bronze at the 2008 Olympics as a member of the 4x200 freestyle relay that set the American record. • Earned silver in the 200-meter free with an American-record time of 1:54.96 at the 2009 FINA World Championships. • Swam the anchor leg of the U.S. 4x200-meter freestyle relay that came in second at the FINA World Championships. • Ranked fifth in the 200 freestyle and 11th in the 400 freestyle in the world. • Set the National Age Group (17-18) record in the 200 free with a 1:55.92. • Qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in six events. • Was a member of the 2007 USA Team for the Japan International Grand Prix. • Was a member of the 2007 USA National Junior Team. Personal • Born June 7, 1990. • Daughter of Ralph and Gail Schmitt. • Currently undecided on a major. Collegiate Personal Bests 50 Freestyle ..............................23.23 ......................... 12/04/2008 100 Freestyle............................48.36 ......................... 03/19/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:42.90 ...................... 02/18/2009 500 Freestyle............................4:35.17 ...................... 03/19/2009 200 Butterfly ............................1:56.67 ...................... 02/28/2009

Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2006-2007 (Freshman Season) • During the SEC Championship, swam top times in the 200, 500 and 1,650 freestyle events. High School • Graduated from Duluth. • Swam under Jeff Hike at Swim Atlanta. • Was the 2005 Georgia Class 5A 500 freestyle state champion and placed third in the 200 freestyle. • Was a two-time Scholastic All-American. • Set Duluth team records in the 200 and 500 freestyle as well as the 100 butterfly. Personal • Born July 23, 1988. • Daughter of Randy and Roslyn Scott. • Majoring in Early Childhood Education. Collegiate Personal Bests 200 Freestyle............................1:51.14 ...................... 03/01/2007 500 Freestyle............................4:51.64 ...................... 02/08/2007 1,000 Freestyle ........................9:58.37 ...................... 01/31/2009 1,650 Freestyle ........................16:44.41 .................... 12/07/2008

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Morgan Scroggy

Kelsey Scott

Junior Aurora, Ore.

Senior Duluth, Ga.

2008-2009 (Junior Season) • Recorded career-best time in the 1,650 freestyle at the UGA Fall Invitational. • Went a career-best time in the 1,000 freestyle in the dual meet against Alabama. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Community Service Team. 2007-2008 (Sophomore Season) • Was an exhibition swimmer at the SEC Championship, participating in the 200, 500 and 1,650 freestyle. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor

2008-2009 (Sophomore Season) • Earned seven All-America honors at the 2009 NCAA Championship in the 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relays, the 400 medley relay, the 100 and 200 freestyle and the 200 individual medley. • Finished second and fourth in the 200 and 100 freestyle, respectively, sixth in the 200 individual medley, second in the 800 freestyle relay, fourth in the 400 freestyle relay, fifth in the 400 medley relay and eighth in the 200 freestyle relay at the NCAAs. • Recorded school records in the 200 individual medley and 200 freestyle, and was part of the school record 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relay teams at the NCAAs.

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student-athletes • Won SEC Championship in the 100 freestyle in being named First Team All-SEC. • Finished second with the 400 and 800 free relay teams that set new school records, was third in the 200 individual medley, 200 freestyle and with the 200 free relay team. • Scored 52 points at the SEC Championship, ranking her third in the individual high-point standings. • Owns the third-fastest time in the 100 freestyle, the fourth-fastest 200 backstroke time and is a member of the second-fastest 400 medley relay team in school history. 2007-2008 (Freshman Season) • Earned two All-America honors for the 200 freestyle and the 800 freestyle relay at the NCAA Championship. • Finished seventh in the 200 freestyle, 20th in the 200 backstroke, 30th in the 100 backstroke and fourth in the 800 freestyle relay at the NCAAs. • Finished ninth in the 200 backstroke and 10th in the 200 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Helped the 800 freestyle relay take second at the SECs. • Ranked eighth in the 200 backstroke and ninth in the 200 freestyle in school history. • Named to the Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll as the Lady Bulldogs recorded the highest GPA among Georgia’s women’s sports. High School • Graduated from Canby High School. • Swam under Link Bergen with the Tualatin Hill Swim Club. • Finished second in the 100 butterfly in 2004 at the Oregon State Championship. • Made Olympic Trial cuts in the 100 and 200 backstroke, the 100 butterfly and the 200 freestyle. • Was the state champion in the 100 and 200 freestyle in 2006 and 2007. • Named the Oregon Swimmer of the Year in 2003 and 2004. Personal • Born Aug. 2, 1988. • Daughter of Joel and Debbie Scroggy. • Majoring in Engineering. Collegiate Personal Bests 100 Freestyle............................47.73 ......................... 03/21/2009 200 Freestyle............................1:42.90 ...................... 03/20/2009 200 Backstroke ........................1:54.79 ...................... 12/07/2008 200 Individual Medley.............1:55.56 ...................... 03/19/2009

Kristen Shickora Sophomore Tamaqua, Penn.

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200 medley relay team at the NCAA Championship, earning All-America honors. • Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in the 100 backstroke at the NCAAs. • Finished 15th and 27th in the 100 and 200 backstroke, respectively at the NCAAs. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll • Swam the backstroke leg on the 200 and 400 medley relay teams, which recorded the second-fastest times in school history, that finished third at the SEC Championship. • Finished seventh in the 100 backstroke, 12th in the 200 back and 22nd in the 50 freestyle at the SECs. • Holds the school’s third-fastest 100 backstroke time and fifth-fastest 200 backstroke time in history. High School • Graduated from Marian Catholic High School. • Swam for Atlantis Aquatic Club for Coach Matt Beckwith. • Named the 2008 Pennsylvania Swimmer of the Year. • Earned a total of 10 state medals. • Was a three-time state champion and Pennsylvania state high school record holder in the 100 backstroke. • Named a member of the 2007-2008 Senior National Team. • Placed fifth in the l00 backstroke at 2007 Senior Nationals. • Was a member of the 2006 Junior National Team. International • Finished ninth at 2008 Olympic Trials in the l00 backstroke. • Competed in the Japan International Invitational, finishing 15th in the 100 backstroke and 19th in the 200 backstroke. Personal • Born April 12, 1990. • Daughter of Bruce and Terri Shickora. • Majoring in Business.

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student-athletes Personal Bests 100 Backstroke ........................52.66 ........................ 12/06/2008 200 Backstroke ........................1:55.26 ...................... 03/21/2009 50 Freestyle ..............................22.93 ........................ 12/05/2008

Wendy Trott

Sophomore Capetown, South Africa

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Won the national title in the 1,650 freestyle at the NCAA Championship, earning All-America honors. • Earned an additional All-America honor by finishing second in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Placed 30th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Holds the school record in the 500 freestyle and 1,650 freestyle and has the second-fastest 400 IM time in history. • Named First Team All-SEC after winning the 1,650 freestyle at the SEC Championship. • Finished third in the 500 freestyle and seventh in the 400 individual medley at the SEC Championship. • Named SEC Female Freshman of the Week five times, the most any athlete has been recognized by the conference. • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named a CSCAA Scholar All-American. High School • Graduated from Springfield Convent High. • Coached by Karoly Von Toros.

Wendy Trott

International • Finished seventh in the 1,500 freestyle and eighth in the 800 freestyle in the 2009 World Championships in Rome, Italy. • Swam for South Africa in the 2008 Olympics, placing ninth in the 800 freestyle. • Swam in the Melbourne World Championships in 2007, placing seventh in the 800 freestyle. • Placed fifth in the 800 freestyle at the Melbourne Commonwealth Games in 2006. Personal • Born Feb. 14, 1990. • Daughter of Roland and Susan Trott. • Majoring in International Affairs. Collegiate Best Times 200 Freestyle............................1:49.01 ...................... 12/06/2008 500 Freestyle............................4:35.80 ...................... 12/05/2008 1,650 Freestyle ........................15:45.49 .................... 03/19/2009 400 Individual Medley.............4:10.37 ...................... 02/20/2009

Landon Watters Sophomore Rome, Ga.

2008-2009 (Freshman Season) • Named to the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Recorded career-high scores of 278.92 on the 3-meter and 260.32 on the 1-meter at the Bulldog Invitational.. High School • Graduated from Darlington School. • Trained under Caesar Garcia and Lane Bassham at the Atlanta Diving Association. • Qualified for the state championship in diving three times. • Was a three-time school record holder in diving. • Medaled at the state meet as a senior and was named All-State. • Was an Academic All-American. • An exceptional athlete, also was a Level 10 gymnast and held the high school record for pole vaulting. • Qualified for state four years in pole vaulting, medaling three times. • Voted Homecoming Queen. • Member of Honor Council, National Honor Society, FCA, and the House Senate. Personal • Born June 10, 1990. • Daughter of Bill and Judy Watters. • Majoring in Exercise and Sports Science Collegiate Personal Bests 1-Meter Springboard ..............260.32 .............................. 2/28/09 3-Meter Springboard ..............278.02 .............................. 2/28/09

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raMsey Center

Named the best recreational facility in the country by Sports Illustrated in 1997, Georgia’s $40 million Bernard B. and Eugenia A. Ramsey Student Physical Activities Center is a constant reminder of the University of Georgia’s commitment to athletic excellence and the realization of what is required of greatness. The massive facility encompasses 420,000 square feet — the equivalent of 5.5 acres of building — and the variety offered is as vast as the area covered. Five gymnasia, three swimming pools, three multipurpose rooms, a climbing wall, 10 racquetball courts, two international squash courts, a strength and conditioning room, an one-eighth-mile jogging track, an outdoor equipment rental room and an outdoor resource center are all available under one roof.

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raMsey Center Within the Ramsey Center lies the home of Georgia’s Swimming and Diving program — the Gabrielsen Natatorium. Dedicated in January of 1996, the Natatorium honors the service of legendary swimming coach B.W. Gabrielsen. Known commonly as the “Shrewd Norwegian,” Gabrielsen was head coach of the Bulldogs from 1948 to 1966 and accumulated a dual meet record of 118-106-4. His list of accomplishments as head coach included instructing 70 SEC championship swimmers, three conference team champions, six All-Americans, one

NCAA champion and the Bulldogs’ first U.S. Olympic Team member. The natatorium area contains three separate pools. The 50-meter competition pool contains 844,000 gallons of water and can be configured into four different layouts by utilizing the two movable bulkheads to allow for both short- and long-course training. Adjacent to the main pool is seating for nearly 2,000 spectators. The Aquatic Director’s Office, swimming and diving coaches’ offices, Timing Room, locker rooms and lifeguard offices, are all located on the deck level.

Two 1-meter springboards, two 3-meter springboards and five diving platforms (1, 3, 5, 7.5 and 10 meters) cantilever over the diving pool. The diving pool is 16 to 17 feet deep, contains 525,000 gallons of water and is equipped with an air sparger system to cushion a diver’s entry into the water. An instructional and recreational pool is located behind the diving platform area. This pool has eight swimming lanes, 25 yards long, contains 130,000 gallons of water and varies in depth from 3.5 feet at each end to 5 feet in the center.

Gabrielsen Natatorium has not only proven to be a valuable recruiting tool but also a magnet for national-caliber competitions. Since its opening, Georgia has played host to the NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship in 1999 and 2005, the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship in 2002, and the SEC Championship in 1997 and 2004. U.S. Diving used Gabrielsen Natatorium as the site of the 1997 World Championship Team Trials. The 2010 SEC Championship will be held at Gabrielsen Natatorium.

The Ramsey Center also houses Georgia’s volleyball program. The Bulldogs utilize the Ramsey Center for their practices and games, and they also have locker room and sports medicine facilities in the complex.

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Sanford Stadium On Saturdays in the fall, more than 93,000 fans watch the Bulldogs play “between the hedges.” Sanford Stadium also played host to the Olympic soccer finals in 1996.

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equestrian Complex

Georgia’s equestrian program was founded in 2002 and moved into its new 109-acre facility in 2009 in nearby Bishop.The Bulldogs have won three Varsity national Championships in their short existence.

s Stegeman Coliseum Georgia’s basketball and gymnastics teams compete in Stegeman Coliseum.The Training Facility adjacent to Stegeman Coliseum houses the teams’ practice facilities and coaches’ offices as well as a weight room utilized by the Georgia golfers.

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Dan Magill Tennis Complex Georgia’s men’s and women’s teams have combined for eight national championships, and the site also includes the iTa Tennis Hall Of Fame.

Georgia Softball Stadium

a renovation before the 2004 season boosted the capacity to nearly 1,300, and included such amenities as a new press box and a plaza for the fans under the stands.

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GeorGia’s athletiC venues UGa Golf Course Since the Georgia teams moved into the Boyd Center at the UGa Course in 1998, the men have won two national championships and the women have won one national title.

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Spec Towns Track at the 1990 SeC Championship, the facility was renamed in honor of the former Georgia athlete/ coach and 1936 Olympic gold medalist.

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The area beyond the right field wall is known as Kudzu Hill and it is a popular place to watch the Diamond Dogs on their annual quest for the College World Series.

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The building includes the headquarters for the Georgia football team as well as the administrative offices of the athletic association and a museum of great Georgia players, coaches and teams.

Turner Soccer Complex Since the nCaa began to track attendance statistics for women’s soccer in 1998, Georgia has been among the top 10 teams in average home attendance each season.

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seC aCadeMiC honor roll To be eligible for recognition in the SEC Academic Honor Roll, a student-athlete must: 1) have a 3.0 GPA for either the past year of for career; 2) be a sophomore or higher in academic standing; and 3) have 24 semester or 26 quarter hours countable toward a degree. 2009 (25) Tim Barrett, Bill Cregar, Mark Dylla, Kit French, Richmond Green, Hunter Lainhart, Michael Larmoyeux, James Lavender, Sean McDevitt, Chris Spooner, Chris Thompson, AnneMarie Botek, Anne Broome, Lisa Caprioglio, Lauren Cartwright, Jessica Cole, Kelsey Ditto, Lauren English, Kelly McNichols, Mhyria Miller, Emily Montesinos, Hannah Moore, Chelsea Nauta, Aleksandra Putra, Kelsey Scott. 2008 (30): Anne-Marie Botek, Tim Barrett, Nathan Bibliowicz, Lisa Caprioglio, Austen Carter, Jessica Cole, Chris Colwill, Bill Cregar, Mark Dylla, Kit French, Steven Grade, Richmond Green, Lauren Groblewski, Karen Guilkey, Elizabeth Hill, Joey Kapurch, Hunter Lainhart, Mikey Larmoyeux, Sean McDevitt, Kelly McNichols, Anna Miller, Mhyria Miller, Aleksandra Putra, Sebastien Rouault, Kelsey Scott, Chris Spooner, Natalie Thomas, Neil Versfeld, Andrew Withers, Webb Worthington. 2007 (32): Anne-Marie Botek, Lisa Caprioglio, Austen Carter, Michael Cellini, Haley Chura, Jessica Cole, Kit French, Kristen Frost, Hans Gillan, Lauren Groblewski, Genya Gouzeev, Steven Grade, Whitney Hall, Emily Hunter, Joseph Kapurch, Alyssa Kiel, Melissa Klein, Hunter Lainhart, Claire Maust, Sean McDevitt, Kelly McNichols, Anna Miller, Aleksandra Putra, Kelsey Scott, Chris Spooner, Andrew Taylor, Natalie Thomas, Christopher Thompson, Will Thorburn, Neil Versfeld, Andrew Withers, Webb Worthington. 2006 (26): Stephanie Carr, Haley Chura, Laura Conway, Mary DeScenza, Erin Forster, Genya Gouzeev, Steven Grade, Beth Grams, Lauren Groblewski, Karen Guilkey, Tricia Harm, Elizabeth Hill, Emily Hunter, Christina Hupman, Joseph Kapurch, Melissa Klein, Claire Maust, Kelly McCallum, Anna Miller, Sarah Poewe, Gretchen

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2000 (24): Kim Black, Emily Bray, Jud Campbell, Kate Childress, Tammy Crystal, Ryan Daugherty, Morgan Fleming, Mike Fung-AWing, Yoav Gath, Hillary Johnson, Christine Keller, Kristy Kowal, Marc Paul Lindsay, Francisco Martinez, Chris Murray, Katie Permenter, Chris Read, Jake Reid, Brandon Rocque, Brian Scannel, Nicole Schrader, Parker Shade, Courtney Shealy, Jennifer Tuten. 1999 (25): Wan Abdullah, Amanda Adkins, Chris Antonini, Melissa Bateman, Jud Campbell, Kate Childress, Ryan Daugherty, Missy Faucette, Mike Fung-A-Wing, Alex Greenberg, Bryan Holwell, Hillary Johnson, Kristy Kowal, Sky Lantz-Wagner, Sarah Miller, Chris Murray, Leslie Place, Chris Read, Jake Reid, Brandon Rocque, Nicole Schrader, Parker Shade, Courtney Shealy, Jennifer Tuten, Beau Wiebel. 1998 (16): Wan Abdullah, Amanda Adkins, John-Ben Campbell, Missy Faucette, James Griffin, Kristy Kowal, Ashley LaSell, Santiago Lima, Kara Manlitz, Sarah Miller, Michael Norment, Liesl Pimentel, Leslie Place, Courtney Shealy, Jake Reid, Beth Timmons. 1997 (19): Amanda Adkins, Jon Aron, Tim Aron, Bobby Brewer, John Ben Campbell, Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght, Missy Faucette, Ginger Fields, Kelly Frazer, Jessica Knapp, Ashley LaSell, Karen Lasky, Kara Manglitz, Sarah Miller, Liesl Pimentel, Leslie Place, Karen Rake, Barry Wynn. 1996 (11): Heather Blackmon, John Ben Campbell, Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght, Ginger Fields, Kelly Frazer, Kristen Kosola, Kara Manglitz, Melissa Marcinkowski, Lizzie Post, Julie Weaver. 1995 (13): Laura Adams, Jill Barber, Heather Blackmon, Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght, Kelly Frazer, Kristen Kosola, Melissa Marcinkowski, Andrea Morrison, Jeff Moss, Jenny Orr, Julie Weaver, Barry Wynn. 1994 (19): Laura Adams, Jill Barber, Heather Blackmon, Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght, Carlton DeVooght, Pam Harwood, Kristen Kosola, Sonja Leiter, Melissa Marcinkowski, Paul McQuaid, Annika Nilsson, Matthew O’Connor,

Lizzie Post, Christine Stephenson, Nicolai Tvermoes, Gabe Vazquez, Julie Weaver, Barry Wynn. 1993 (16): Laura Adams, Carlton DeVooght, Jonathan Foggin, Eric Fors, Vince Giambalvo, Brady Head, Sonja Leiter, Paul McQuaid, Allan Murray, Lizzie Post, Carolyn Richardson, Christine Stephenson, Nicolai Tvermoes, Heidi Walker, Paige Wilson, Caroline Woodcock. 1992 (17): Tracy Collett, Tanis Darling, Carlton DeVooght, Roberto Facchinetti, Jonathan Foggin, Eric Fors, Vince Giambalvo, Malin Gustavsson, Brady Head, Sonja Leiter, Paul McQuaid, Carolyn Richardson, Jennifer Smith, Christine Stephenson, Nicolai Tvermoes, Paige Wilson, Caroline Woodcock. 1991 (14): Tracy Collett, Brian Deutsch, Carlton DeVooght, Roberto Facchinetti, Lee Ann Fletcher, Jonathan Foggin, Eric Fors, Malin Gustavsson, Brady Head, Tanya Philbeck , Jeff Poppell, Trey Reese, Sheila Taormina, Paige Wilson. 1990 (8): Tracy Collett, Roberto Facchinetti, Beth Grohman, Chandra Haislett, Peggy Rothenbach, Lisa Ryan, Sheila Taormina, Rob Woodruff. 1989 (8): Angie Brekke, Deanne Burnett, Will Giambalvo, Vicktor Olsson, Peggy Rothenbach, Derek Shipp, Sheila Taormina, Rob Woodruff. 1988 (9): Deanne Burnett, Margarita Cabrera, Will Giambalvo, Linda Leith, Vicktor Olsson, Anna Pleasants, Rob Rector, Peggy Rothenbach, Rob Woodruff. 1987 (11): Susan Andra, Randy Barber, Deanne Burnett, Scott Ferrell, Mark Friedman, Will Giambalvo, Linda Leith, Vicktor Olsson, Anna Pleasants, Rob Rector, Laura Thomas. 1986 (10): Kerry Bentzlin, Virginia Diederich, Scott Ferrell, Mark Friedman, Lisa Geiger, Robert Kurbes, Linda Leith, Anna Pleasants, Rob Rector, Laura Thomas. 1985 (5): Susan Andra, Kerry Bentzlin, Lisa Geiger, Anna Pleasants, Laura Thomas. 1984 (8): Beth Cuddeback, Virginia Diederich, Lisa Geiger, David Howard, Ignacio Ibarguen, Linda Leith, Alison Orr, Barbie Sumner.

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endowed sCholarshiPs The Athletic Scholarship Endowment Program was instituted to allow supporters to invest in the educational opportunities of UGA student-athletes. A gift to establish a scholarship provides income toward funding a scholarship each year and permanently memorializes the donor or any individual in whose honor the scholarship is named. A full scholarship is endowed through a gift of $150,000. These and other commitments represent the foundation of the Georgia athletic program’s future. For more information on the Scholarship Endowment Program or other giving opportunities, please call (706) 542-9220. Lisa Coole Memorial Women’s Swimming Scholarship Endowment: Established by family, teammates and friends of the late Lisa Coole, 19-time All-American and two-time NCAA Champion, to benefit a student-athlete on the women’s team. The 2009-10 recipient is Kelly McNichols. Jack Bauerle Swimming and Diving Scholarship Endowment: Established by a seed gift from former swimming and diving letterwinners in honor of Coach Jack Bauerle. The scholarship will benefit a student-athlete on the women’s swimming and diving team. The 2009-10 recipient is Chelsea Nauta. Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholarship Endowment: Established by a seed gift by the University of Georgia Athletic Association in honor of the 1999 Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Title. This scholarship will annually support a member of the women’s team. The 2009-10 recipient is Annie Broome. B.W. “Bump” Gabrielsen Men’s Swimming and Diving Endowment: Established through a seed gift in memory of legendary Coach Bump Gabrielsen. The 200910 recipient is Bill Cregar. Leon and Vickie Farmer Scholarship: Natives of Athens, the Farmers have been enthusiastic supporters of UGA for many years. They have fulled funded six scholarships, including one for swimming and diving. The 2009-10 recipient is Allison Schmitt. Morton S. Hodgson, Jr. Men’s Swimming Scholarship Endowment: Established in the memory of Morton S. Hodgson, Jr., this scholarship benefits

Above: Solms Family Scholarship recipient Lisa Caprioglio and Damon Evans, for whom a swimming scholarship is endowed. Below: Chris Thompson, the Morton S. Hodgson, Jr., Men’s Swimming Scholarship recipient.

a student-athlete of the men’s swimming team who honorably represents the University of Georgia in both competition and in the classroom. Hodgson graduated from Georgia in 1933 with an A.B. in history. A two-time letterwinner, he was a champion freestyle sprinter and Georgia swimming team captain in 1933. The 2009-10 recipient is Chris Thompson. Damon Evans Swimming Scholarship Endowment: Established in honor of Damon Evans, a Georgia football letterman and the school’s Director of Athletics, this scholarship will benefit a student-athlete in the swimming and diving program. The 2009-10 recipient is Troyden Prinsloo. Harvey Humphries Swimming and Diving Endowment: Established in honor of Harvey Humphries, a Georgia swimming letterman and captain and the program’s Associate Head Coach, this scholarship will benefit a student-athlete in the swimming and diving program. The 2009-10 recipient is Wendy Trott. Ramsey Academic Scholarship: The late Bernard Ramsey established the endowment of 10 scholarships which are awarded annually to Georgia’s top studentathletes. Among the 2009-10 recipients is Hannah Moore. Solms Family Scholarship: This scholarship was established by Bill and Peggy Solms of Atlanta, Ga. Bill is a former student-athlete who played on Georgia’s basketball team. Both Bill and Peggy value the importance of a college education in the life of a student-athlete. The 2009-10 recipient is Lisa Caprioglio. 2009-2010 university of GeorGia swiMMinG and divinG PaGe 51


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Opened in the fall of 2002, the Rankin M. Smith Student-Athlete Academic Center (pictured above) provides the space and cutting-edge resources Georgia’s swimmers and divers and other student-athletes need to achieve their academic goals. Adjacent to several athletic venues, the Smith Center is convenient for student-athlete access. Each of the computer workstations is equipped with multimedia capabilities and high-resolution monitors with graphics and network cards. The computer lab also has access to the highest-quality network

printers and scanners. The 31,000-squarefoot center serves the needs of all studentathletes at Georgia with tutorial rooms, conference rooms, counselors’ offices, computer labs and teaching space. There also is a lecture hall, student lounge and a large banquet area. Built at a cost of $7 million, the center bears the name of the late Rankin M. Smith, a UGA alumnus and the longtime owner of the

NFL’s Atlanta Falcons. The Smith family gave a generous gift of $3.5 million toward the center’s construction.

Success for the Georgia swimming and diving teams hasn’t taken place just in the pool. Swimmers and divers consistently rank among Georgia’s top academicians.The men in 1993 and the women in 1999, 2000 and 2006 earned the Faculty Athletics Representative Award for the Georgia athletic team with the highest team grade point average.

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aCadeMiC exCellenCe The University of Georgia enjoys a long and rich tradition of academic achievement among its athletic programs. According to figures released by the NCAA, Georgia has produced more combined scholar-athletes than any Southern college or university. Recent graduation rates released by the NCAA show that Georgia’s student-athletes generally meet or exceed that of the university population at UGA. Throughout the years, the Athletic Association’s academic staff has developed programs to address all aspects of a studentathlete’s college experience, including academic achievement, personal development and career planning/placement. Solomon Hughes serves as the primary academic counselor for the swimmers and divers. The primary emphasis of the Student Services staff is to assist UGA student-athletes in achieving their personal goals by ensuring that they earn a degree, by providing opportunities for personal growth and by offering guidance in making career and employment decisions. The response to the career planning service has been especially positive. Southeastern employers seek student-athletes as employees because of good work habits acquired through athletics and their ability to manage time wisely. Georgia’s swimmers and divers also have access to the Zell B. Miller Learning Center, located at the heart of the UGA campus. It is a facility like no other on an American campus, housing both classroom space and library space in such close proximity. The Zell B. Miller Learning Center’s architecture reflects the academic tradition of UGA, while on the inside is a technological space that represents the future of American higher education. Within its walls lie two dozen classrooms capable of seating 2,400

students and equipped with the very best technology of teaching, from computer connections to projection equipment to laptop connections. The building serves as an expansion of library services, with a completely electronic library, 96 study rooms, the reading room, 500 computer workstations, 2,000 computer connections, fully wired study carrels, a wireless environment and a coffee shop.

Georgia swimmer Lisa Caprioglio earned the 2009 Joel Eaves Scholar-Athlete Award as the female student-athlete entering her senior year with the highest grade point average in the athletic program. She is pictured with Director of Athletics Damon Evans and Faculty Athletics Representative Jere Morehead.

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university of GeorGia UGA Quick Facts Founded......................... 1785 Location ..............Athens, Ga. Enrollment ................. 34,180 Size .........................615 acres Nickname ................Bulldogs Fight Song ...........“Glory, Glory”

Chartered by the Georgia General Assembly Jan. 27, 1785, in Savannah, the University of Georgia is America’s first state-chartered university and the birthplace of the American system of public higher education.

UGA’s impressive academic standards are reflected in the quality of students it attracts. The 2008 freshmen comprised a 1253 SAT average and a 3.80 GPA. UGA offers 22 Baccalaureate degrees in more than 140 fields, 33 Master’s degrees in 123 fields, 19 Educational Specialist degrees and four Doctoral degrees in 89 areas.

UGA is among the top schools in three different rankings of American universities for educational value.

Students at UGA are afforded the opportunity to join more than 500 student organizations, including 34 social fraternities and 24 social sororities.

UGA students have access to the facilities at the Ramsey Student Center. The mammoth $40-million facility was cited by Sports Illustrated as the best student recreational facility in the country.

UGA features three libraries facilities on the Athens campus: the Main Library, the Science Library and the Student Learning Center.Together, the libraries own more than 4.5 million volumes and one of the nation’s largest map collections.

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athens, Ga. – hoMe of the BulldoGs Downtown Athens

Shopping in Athens offers individuals the opportunity to purchase name brand clothing along with popular local fashion items. “One of Five Greatest Unsung Shopping Locales” - Lucky Magazine

Athens is home to the University of Georgia, which sponsors 21 varsity sports, making the Classic City one of the nation’s “Best College Sports Towns.”

Harry Bissetts

The Grill

Porterhouse Grill

From Harry Bissetts New Orleans Cafe and Oyster Bar to hamburgers and milkshakes at The Grill, Athens offers a wide array of food in a historic downtown setting. Independent eateries offer patrons a unique dining experience.

Sanford Stadium

“Best College Sports Towns” 1. Madison, Wis. 2. ATHENS, Ga. 3. Austin, Texas 4. Gainesville, Fla. 5. Boulder, Colo. East-West Bistro

Five-Star Day Cafe

Wild Wing Cafe

- Sports Illustrated On Campus

Restaurants and coffeehouses such as Starbucks serve as popular hangouts for students throughout the day. With free Wi-Fi internet access downtown, Athens was recently ranked fourth among U.S. cities for “Wireless Hot Spots.” Starbucks

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2009 seC ChaMPionshiP WOMEN’S 50y FREESTYLE 1. Anne-Marie Botek............................21.90 Michelle King, UT ............................21.90 8. Jessica Cole ......................................22.66 22. Kristen Shickora ...............................23.08 WOMEN’S 100y FREESTYLE 1. Morgan Scroggy ................................47.88 5. Allison Schmitt .................................48.48 7. Kelly McNichols ..............................48.63 10. Jessica Cole ......................................49.17 14. Courtney Monsees .........................49.47 WOMEN’S 200y FREESTYLE 1. Caitlin Geary, AU ........................ 1:43.17 2. Allison Schmitt ............................. 1:43.52 3. Morgan Scroggy ........................... 1:43.82 4. Chelsea Nauta ............................. 1:44.77 7. Aleksandra Putra .......................... 1:46.58 8. Kelsey Ditto ................................. 1:46.82 10. Courtney Monsees ...................... 1:46.55 X. Kelsey Scott .................................. 1:52.80 WOMEN’S 500y FREESTYLE 1. Allison Schmitt ............................. 4:37.90 2. Chelsea Nauta ............................. 4:38.66 3. Wendy Trott .................................. 4:39.13 9. Kelsey Ditto................................... 4:40.98 14. Abbie Fish ...................................... 4:47.93 X. Erica Malagón ............................ X4:46.73 1. 7. 7. X.

WOMEN’S 1,650y FREESTYLE Wendy Trott ............................... 15:51.41 Kelsey Ditto ............................... 16:17.77 Chelsea Nauta ........................... 16:19.98 Kelsey Scott ................................ 16:56.46

WOMEN’S 100y BACKSTROKE 1. Gemma Spofforth, UF ....................50.56 7. Kristen Shickora ..............................53.00 8. Aleksandra Putra ..............................53.50 13. Jessica Cole........................................54.15 WOMEN’S 200y BACKSTROKE 1. Gemma Spofforth, UF ................ 1:48.34 4. Aleksandra Putra ......................... 1:53.51 6. Chelsea Nauta .............................. 1:54.50 12. Kristen Shickora ........................... 1:55.37 1. 2. 4. 6. 8.

WOMEN’S 100y BREASTSTROKE Jamie Saffer, UT ................................59.84 Michelle McKeehan ..........................59.92 Mhyria Miller ................................. 1:00.52 Kelly McNichols .......................... 1:00.62 Colleen Haase ............................. 1:01.35

WOMEN’S 200y BREASTSTROKE 1. Yi-Ting Siow ................................. 2:10.33 2. Mhyria Miller ................................ 2:10.50 3. Michelle McKeehan ..................... 2:11.68 15. Colleen Haase............................... 2:16.83 1. 7. 9. X.

WOMEN’S 100y BUTTERFLY Jenna Lowe, UF .................................51.65 Annie Broome .................................53.08 Anne-Marie Botek............................52.99 Lisa Caprioglio ....................................DQ

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WOMEN’S 200y BUTTERFLY Jemma Lowe, UF ......................... 1:55.16 Annie Broome ............................. 1:56.03 Abbie Fish ..................................... 1:57.58 Lisa Caprioglio ............................. 1:57.56

WOMEN’S 200y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Ava Ohlgren, AU ......................... 1:55.18 3. Morgan Scroggy ............................ 1:55.58 5. Courtney Monsees ...................... 1:57.17 10. Lisa Caprioglio .............................. 1:58.73 11. Kelly McNichols ............................ 1:59.12 14. Mhyria Miller ................................. 2:00.37 16. Michelle McKeehan ...................... 2:01.58 41. Colleen Hasse ............................... 2:06.72 X. Lauren Cartwright .................... X1:58.47 WOMEN’S 400y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Ava Ohlgren, AU ......................... 4:03.70 7. Wendy Trott .................................. 4:16.57 14. Abbie Fish ...................................... 4:17.78 X. Erica Malagón ................................ 4:19.71 X. Lauren Cartwright ....................... 4:12.84 WOMEN’S 200y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. UF (Napier, Spofforth, King, Stafford).........1:28.15 3. GA (Botek, Cole, Scroggy, Monsees)..........1:28.62 WOMEN’S 400y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. AU (Ohlgren,Vanderpool-Wallace, Marik, Geary).... 3:12.00 2. GA (Schmitt, McNichols, Cole, Scroggy) .... 3:13.11 WOMEN’S 800y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. AU (Ohlgren, Geary, Marik, Bird) ................... 6:54.02 2. GA (Schmitt, Nauta, Putra, Scroggy) ...............6:55.80 WOMEN’S 200y MEDLEY RELAY 1. UF (Spofforth, Rogers, Lago, Napier) .......... 1:36.22 3. GA (Shickora, Miller, Botek, Cole) ................1:37.27 WOMEN’S 400y MEDLEY RELAY 1. AU (Rachel, Lawrence, Ohlgren,Vanderpool-Wallace).... 3:31.28 3. GA (Shickora, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Scroggy) ..... 3:32.11 WOMEN’S 1M DIVING 1. Taryn Zack, SC ............................. 325.85 5. Hannah Moore ............................. 298.30 17. Lexie Bryant .................................. 250.45 WOMEN’S 3M DIVING 1. Carrie Dragland, Alabama .......... 366.50 11. Hannah Moore ............................. 285.85 16. Lexie Bryant .................................... 266.95 WOMEN’S PLATFORM DIVING 1. Elizabeth Hughes, Alabama ......... 305.80 9. Hannah Moore ............................. 239.35 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

WOMEN’S FINAL SCORES Florida ................................................744.0 Auburn ..............................................730.5 Georgia ...............................................725.0 Tennessee...........................................394.5 Arkansas .............................................299.0 Alabama ..............................................244.0 South Carolina ..................................225.0 Louisiana State ..................................187.0

9. Kentucky ............................................182.0 10. Vanderbilt ............................................74.0 MEN’S 50y FREESTYLE 1. Matt Targett, AU ..............................18.52 7. Craig Jennings....................................19.76 14. Michael Arnold ..................................19.97 22. Kevin Frankenfeld .............................20.30 26. Green Richmond ..............................20.48 Sebastien Rouault 30. Chris Thompson ..............................20.76 40. Kit French ..........................................21.14 X. Sean McDevitt................................ x21.01 MEN’S 100y FREESTYLE 1. Matt Targett, AU ..............................41.55 14. Craig Jennings ..................................44.21 16. Michael Arnold .................................44.49 MEN’S 200y FREESTYLE 1. Shaune Fraser, UF ........................ 1:33.73 21. Kevin Frankenfeld ......................... 1:37.89 29. Richmond Green ......................... 1:39.95 MEN’S 500y FREESTYLE 1. Troyden Prinsloo ......................... 4:14.18 14. Bill Cregar ..................................... 4:22.98 MEN’S 1,650y FREESTYLE 1. Troyden Prinsloo ....................... 14:43.18 12. Bill Cregar ................................... 15:24.58 MEN’S 100y BACKSTROKE 1. Pascal Wollach, AU .........................46.04 12. Chris Spooner...................................47.96 17. Shane Hall ..........................................48.74 18. Chris Thompson ..............................48.86 19. Kit French ..........................................49.00 21. Hunter Lainhart ................................49.06 MEN’S 200y BACKSTROKE 1. Rexford Tullius, UF ...................... 1:39.88 7. Chris Thompson .......................... 1:44.48 8. Hunter Lainhart ........................... 1:44.59 12. Chris Spooner............................... 1:44.89

5. Chris Spooner ............................. 1:45.81 18. Peter Benner ................................. 1:47.00 15. Martin Kata ................................... 1:47.21 16. Neil Versfeld ................................... 1:47.76 22. Todd McGraw ............................... 1:49.55 29. Mikey Larmoyeux ......................... 1:51.97 X. Mark Dylla ............................................DQ MEN’S 400y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Bradley Ally, UF ............................ 3:41.35 2. Peter Benner ................................. 3:45.56 3. Bill Cregar ..................................... 3:45.86 7. Todd McGraw ............................... 3:50.57 10. Troyden Prinsloo .......................... 3:50.57 11. Martin Kata.................................... 3:50.15 17. Hunter Lainhart ............................ 3:54.60 MEN’S 200y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. AU (Andkjaer, Targett, Norys, Louw) ........1:15.47 5. GA (Jennings, Arnold, Kata, Frankenfeld) ..1:18.80 MEN’S 400y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. AU (Andkjaer, Louw, Norys, Targett) ..........2:46.03 6. GA (Arnold, Jennings, Dylla, Kata) ................2:55.38 MEN’S 800y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. AU (Louw, Wollach, Dove, McGill).............6:18.15 7. GA (Dylla, Benner, Prinsloo, Cregar).........6:29.20 MEN’S 200y MEDLEY RELAY 1. AU (White, Silva, Targett, Andkjaer) ..........1:23.69 4. GA (Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings)......1:26.68 MEN’S 400y MEDLEY RELAY 1. AU (Wollach, Klein, Madson, Targett)........3:04.58 2. GA (Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings)......3:09.30 MEN’S 1M DIVING 1. Aaron, Fleshner, Alabama ............ 414.15 9. Webb Worthington ..................... 290.35 18. Owen Blank ................................... 251.45 X. Tim Barrett ..................................... 255.45

MEN’S 100y BREASTSTROKE 1. Neil Versfeld .....................................52.23 14. Mikey Larmoyeux ............................55.07

MEN’S 3M DIVING 1. Daniel Mazzagerro, AU................. 420.90 15. Webb Worthington ..................... 305.80 16. Owen Blank .................................... 300.55 X. Tim Barrett ..................................... 250.75

MEN’S 200y BREASTSTROKE 1. Neil Versfeld ................................. 1:52.07 16. Mikey Larmoyeux ........................ 2:02.42

MEN’S PLATFORM DIVING 1. Dan Mazzaferro, AU .................... 487.90 18. Webb Worthington ..................... 189.60

MEN’S 100y BUTTERFLY 1. Matt Targett, AU ..............................45.02 6. Mark Dylla ........................................46.48 14. Michael Arnold ..................................47.85 21. Shane Hall ..........................................49.21 X. Sean McDevitt ............................. X49.07 MEN’S 200y BUTTERFLY 1. Mark Dylla .................................... 1:41.61 9. Todd McGraw .............................. 1:45.32 11. Peter Benner ................................ 1:46.07

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MEN’S FINAL SCORES Auburn................................................880.5 Florida .................................................626.0 Tennessee...........................................584.0 Georgia ...............................................435.5 Alabama ..............................................314.0 Louisiana State ..................................303.0 Kentucky ............................................277.0 South Carolina ..................................174.0

MEN’S 200y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Bradley Ally, UF ............................ 1:41.96

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WOMEN’S 100y FREESTYLE Dana Vollmer, California ..............47.17 Morgan Scroggy ............................47.81 Courtney Monsees.......................49.06 Kelly McNichols ............................49.17 Jessica Cole ....................................49.37 Anne-Marie Botek ........................49.48 Erica Malagón ................................49.78

WOMEN’S 200y FREESTYLE 1. Dana Vollmer, California .......... 1:42.01 2. Morgan Scroggy ........................ 1:42.90 3. Allison Schmitt .......................... 1:43.09 8. Chelsea Nauta ............................ 1:44.45 16. Erica Malagón ............................ 1:46.62 25. Courtney Monsees................... 1:46.26 59. Kelsey Ditto ............................... 1:48.72

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WOMEN’S 500y FREESTYLE Allison Schmitt .......................... 4:35.43 Wendy Trott............................... 4:36.20 Chelsea Nauta ........................... 4:38.06 Erica Malagón ............................ 4.44.90 Kelsey Ditto ............................... 4.49.96

WOMEN’S 1650y FREESTYLE 1. Wendy Trott............................. 15:45.49 17. Kelsey Ditto ............................. 16:09.29 WOMEN’S 100y BACKSTROKE 1. Gemma Spofforth, Florida ..........50.55 12. Aleksandra Putra ..........................52.61 15. Kristen Shickora ...........................53.22 WOMEN’S 200y BACKSTROKE 1. Gemma Spofforth, Florida ...... 1:49.11 7. Aleksandra Putra ...................... 1:53.62 27. Kristen Shickora ....................... 1:55.40 32. Lauren Groblewski ................... 1:59.12 WOMEN’S 100y BREASTSTROKE 1. Rebecca Soni, Southern Cal .......58.36 7. Colleen Haase ...............................59.67 8. Michelle McKeehan .................. 1:00.03 10. Kelly McNichols ........................ 1:00.19 13. Mhyria Miller.............................. 1:00.32 WOMEN’S 200y BREASTSTROKE 1. Rebecca Soni, Southern Cal ... 2:05.52 13. Michelle McKeehan .................. 2:10.39 14. Mhyria Miller.............................. 2:10.55 17. Colleen Naase ........................... 2:10.87 WOMEN’S 100y BUTTERFLY 1. Amanda Sims, California ................51.28

19. Lisa Caprioglio............................. 52.65 32. Annie Broome ...............................53.13 41. Anne-Marie Botek ........................54.10 WOMEN’S 200y BUTTERFLY 1. Elaine Breeden, Standford. ...... 1:50.98 10. Annie Broome ........................... 1:54.95 26. Lisa Caprioglio........................... 1:57.10 42. Allison Schmitt........................... 2:02.74 WOMEN’S 200y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Julia Smit, Stanford .................... 1:52.79 6. Morgan Scroggy ......................... 1:55.99 27. Courtney Monsees .................... 1:58.17 28. Michelle McKeehan.................... 1:58.74 52. Kelly McNichols ......................... 2:01.11 WOMEN’S 400y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Julia Smit, Stanford ............... 4:00.56 30. Wendy Trott ............................... 4:14.20 WOMEN’S 200y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Arizona ....................................... 1:26.20 Jackson, Kelly, Schluntz, Baughman 8. Georgia ....................................... 1:28.68 Botek, Scroggy, McNichols, Monsees WOMEN’S 400y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. California .................................... 3:09.88 Wilson, Jensen, Dagg,Vollmer 4. Georgia ....................................... 3:12.33 Schmitt, Nauta, McNichols, Scroggy WOMEN’S 800y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. California .................................... 6:52.69 Isakovic, Wilson, Jensen,Vollmer 2. Georgia ....................................... 6:55.05 Schmitt, Nauta, Putra, Scroggy WOMEN’S 200y MEDLEY RELAY 1. Georgia ....................................... 1:36.45 Shickora, McNichols, Caprioglio, Botek WOMEN’S 400y MEDLEY RELAY 1. Arizona ....................................... 3:28.31 Agy, Chandler, Jackson, Schluntz 5. Georgia ....................................... 3:32.31 Putra, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Scroggy WOMEN’S 1-METER DIVING 1. Anastasia Pozniakova, Harvard . 351.15 15. Hannah Moore ............................ 274.00 WOMEN’S 3-METER DIVING 1. Christina Loukas, Indiana.......... 437.75 14. Hannah Moore ........................... 300.95 WOMEN’S PLATFORM DIVING 1. Kristen Davies. ........................... 339.65 23. Hannah Moore ........................... 186.65

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WOMEN’S TEAM SCORING California ........................................411.5 Georgia................................ 400.5 Arizona ..............................................389 Stanford ..........................................312.5 Texas...................................................307 Auburn ............................................281.5 Flordia .............................................239.5 Texas A&M ........................................186 Southern California .........................157 Indiana ................................................152

MEN’S 50y FREESTYLE 1. Nathan Adrian, California............18.71 53. Craig Jennings, ...............................20.09 MEN’S 100y FREESTYLE 1. Nathan Adrian, California............41.86 MEN’S 200y FREESTYLE 1. Shaune Fraser, Florida .............. 1:31.70 MEN’S 500y FREESTYLE 1. Jean Basson, Arizona................ 4:08.92 4. Troy Prinsloo ............................. 4:13.28 37. Bill Cregar .................................. 4:23.14 MEN’S 1650y FREESTYLE 1. Troy Prinsloo ........................... 14:30.91 MEN’S 100y BACKSTROKE 1. Kohlton Norys, Auburn...............45.26 36. Chris Spooner ...............................48.08 MEN’S 200y BACKSTROKE 1. Tyler Clary, Michigan. ............... 1:38.17 27. Chris Spooner............................ 1:43.42 31. Hunter Lainhart ........................ 1:44.71 MEN’S 100y BREASTSTROKE 1. Damir Dugonjic, California .........50.86 MEN’S 200y BREASTSTROKE 1. Neil Versfeld ............................... 1:51.40 MEN’S 100y BUTTERFLY 1. Austin Staab, Stanford..................44.18 20. Mark Dylla ......................................46.72

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MEN’S 200y BUTTERFLY Shaune Fraser, Florida .............. 1:40.75 Mark Dylla .................................. 1:40.85 Todd McGraw............................ 1:43.81 Peter Benner ............................. 1:45.73

MEN’S 400y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Tyler Clary, Michigan ................ 3:35.98 8. Peter Benner ............................. 3:46.74 19. Todd McGraw............................ 3:47.62 MEN’S 200y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Auburn ........................................ 1:14.08 Andkjaer, Louw, Norys, Targett, MEN’S 400y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Auburn ........................................ 2:46.67 Andkjaer, Targett, Norys, McGill MEN’S 800y FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Texas............................................ 6:10.16 Walters, Berens, Jostes, Klueh 12. Georgia ....................................... 6:24.73 Brenner, Dylla, Cregar, Prinsloo MEN’S 200y MEDLEY RELAY 1. Auburn ........................................ 1:22.36 White, Silva, Targett, Louw 16. Georgia ....................................... 1:27.51 Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings MEN’S 400y MEDLEY RELAY 1. Auburn ...................................... 3:01.390 Wollach, Klein, McGill, Targett 9. Georgia ....................................... 3:08.46 Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Arnold MEN’S 1-METER DIVING 1. Drew Livingston, Texas ............. 442.70 MEN’S 3-METER DIVING 1. David Boudia, Purdue................ 493.10 MEN’S PLATFORM DIVING 1. David Boudia, Purdue................ 530.45 MEN’S TEAM SCORING 1. Auburn ...............................................526 2. Texas...................................................487 3. Stanford ..........................................460.5 4. California ...........................................350 5. Florida ................................................324 6. Arizona ..............................................309 7. Michigan .............................................248 8. Tennessee ..........................................144 9. Virginia ...............................................133 10. Georgia................................... 131

MEN’S 200y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Bradley Ally, Florida .................. 1:40.49 14. Peter Benner ............................. 1:44.40 24. Mark Dylla .................................. 1:44.70

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2009 toP PerforManCes 50 Freestyle Name Anne-Marie Botek Jessica Cole Emily Montesinos Courtney Monsees Kristen Shickora Mhyria Miller Michelle McKeehan Lisa Caprioglio Aleksandra Putra Chelsea Nauta Kelly McNichols Annie Broome

Date 03/19/2009 03/19/2009 02/28/2009 12/05/2008 12/05/2008 12/05/2008 11/21/2008 10/30/2008 02/28/2009 11/21/2008 11/21/2008 11/21/2008

Meet NCAA Championship NCAA Championship Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Emory Florida Bulldog Invitational Emory Emory Emory

Time 21.80 A 22.45 B 22.77 B* 22.84 22.93 23.24 23.94# 23.96 24.06 24.33 24.35 25.15

100 Freestyle Name Morgan Scroggy Allison Schmitt Jessica Cole Kelly McNichols Chelsea Nauta Courtney Monsees Erica Malagón Anne-Marie Botek Emily Montesinos Michelle McKeehan Lisa Caprioglio Kristen Shickora Kelsey Ditto Mhyria Miller Abbie Fish Aleksandra Putra

Date 03/21/2009 03/21/2009 12/07/2008 02/21/2009 03/01/2009 03/21/2009 03/01/2009 12/07/2008 01/24/2009 11/21/2008 11/14/2008 12/07/2008 11/21/2008 11/21/2008 01/31/2009 01/31/2009

Meet NCAA Championship NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship Bulldog Invitational NCAA Championship Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Tennessee Emory Auburn UGA Fall Invitational Emory Emory South Carolina/Alabama South Carolina/Alabama

Time 47.73 A 48.36 B# 48.48 B 48.63 B 48.83 B 49.06 B 49.31 B 49.59 B 50.46 50.77 51.69# 51.70 51.71 52.39 53.06# 53.16

200 Freestyle Name Morgan Scroggy Allison Schmitt Chelsea Nauta Erica Malagón Aleksandra Putra Kelly McNichols Kelsey Ditto Courtney Monsees Jessica Cole Abbie Fish Wendy Trott Kelsey Scott Emily Montesinos

Date 03/20/2009 02/18/2009 03/20/2009 03/01/2009 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 03/20/2009 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 02/28/2009 12/06/2008

Meet NCAA Championship SEC Championship NCAA Championship Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 1:42.90 A 1:42.90 A# 1:44.00 A 1:44.94 B 1:45.32 B 1:45.45 B 1:45.88 B 1:46.26 B 1:47.03 B 1:47.61 B 1:49.01 1:51.23 1:54.85

500 Freestyle Name Allison Schmitt Wendy Trott Chelsea Nauta Kelsey Ditto Abbie Fish Erica Malagón

Date 03/19/2009 12/05/2008 12/05/2008 12/05/2008 12/05/2008 03/19/2009

Meet NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational NCAA Championship

Time 4:35.17 A 4:35.80 A 4:35.86 A 4:40.27 B 4:41.96 B 4:44.90 B

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Erin Dobeck Morgan Scroggy Kelsey Scott Lisa Caprioglio Jessica Cole

12/05/2008 10/15/2008 12/05/2008 11/21/2008 11/21/2008

UGA Fall Invitational North Carolina UGA Fall Invitational Emory Emory

4:49.32 B 4:52.67 4:53.93 5:00.65 5:01.72

1000 Freestyle Name Wendy Trott Chelsea Nauta Kelsey Ditto Allison Schmitt Kelsey Scott Erica Malagón Abbie Fish Erin Dobeck

Date 03/21/2009 03/21/2009 01/10/2009 01/24/2009 01/31/2009 01/31/2009 01/06/2009 11/21/2008

Meet NCAA Championship NCAA Championship Texas Tennessee South Carolina/Alabama South Carolina/Alabama Southern Methodist Emory

Time 9:34.68# 9:38.07# 9:39.05 9:55.29 9:58.37 10:10.55 10:17.55 10:21.68

1650 Freestyle Name Wendy Trott Chelsea Nauta Kelsey Ditto Kelsey Scott

Date 03/21/2009 03/21/2009 12/07/2008 12/07/2008

Meet NCAA Championship NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 15:45.49 A 15:55.37 B 15:58.15 B 16:44.41

100 Backstroke Name Aleksandra Putra Kristen Shickora Lisa Caprioglio Jessica Cole Morgan Scroggy Annie Broome Anne-Marie Botek Erica Malagón Kelly McNichols

Date 12/11/2008 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 02/20/2009 01/31/2009 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 01/10/2009 11/21/2008

Meet European Short Course UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship South Carolina/Alabama UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Texas Emory

Time 51.90 A* 52.66 A 54.01 B 54.15 B 55.45 55.45 58.08 58.31 1:00.26

200 Backstroke Name Aleksandra Putra Chelsea Nauta Morgan Scroggy Kristen Shickora Erica Malagón Lisa Caprioglio

Date 12/11/2008 02/21/2009 12/07/2008 02/21/2009 01/31/2009 10/15/2008

Meet European Short Course SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship South Carolina/Alabama North Carolina

Time 1:49.63 A* 1:54.50 B 1:54.79 B 1:55.37 B 2:03.14 2:04.38

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2009 toP PerforManCes 100 Breaststroke Name Mhyria Miller Michelle McKeehan Colleen Haase Kelly McNichols Lauren Cartwright Anne-Marie Botek Wendy Trott Erin Dobeck

Date 12/06/2008 03/20/2009 03/20/2009 03/20/2009 12/06/2008 11/21/2008 11/21/2008 11/21/2008

Meet UGA Fall Invitational NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational Emory Emory Emory

Time 59.18 A 59.34 A 59.67 A 1:00.08 B 1:05.29 1:07.80 1:07.89 1:13.07

200 Breaststroke Name Mhyria Miller Colleen Haase Michelle McKeehan Kelly McNichols Lauren Cartwright

Date 12/07/2008 12/07/2008 03/21/2009 12/07/2008 01/31/2009

Meet UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational South Carolina/Alabama

Time 2:08.61 A 2:08.63 A 2:09.55 A 2:14.93 B 2:21.65

100 Butterfly Name Lisa Caprioglio Annie Broome Anne-Marie Botek Chelsea Nauta Mhyria Miller Kelly McNichols Morgan Scroggy Aleksandra Putra Michelle McKeehan Courtney Monsees Lauren Cartwright Abbie Fish Erin Dobeck Emily Montesinos

Date 02/28/2009 02/20/2009 12/06/2008 02/28/2009 02/28/2009 01/24/2009 02/28/2009 02/28/2009 01/31/2009 02/28/2009 11/21/2008 01/31/2009 12/06/2008 11/21/2008

Meet Bulldog Invitational SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational Tennessee Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational South Carolina/Alabama Bulldog Invitational Emory South Carolina/Alabama UGA Fall Invitational Emory

Time 52.62 B 52.79 B 52.94 B 53.74 B 54.36 54.76 54.90 56.17 56.56 57.23 57.35 58.17 58.77 1:00.13

200 Butterfly Name Annie Broome Lauren Cartwright Allison Schmitt Lisa Caprioglio Abbie Fish Kelsey Ditto Erin Dobeck Kelsey Scott

Date 03/21/2009 03/01/2009 02/28/2009 03/21/2009 12/07/2008 12/07/2008 03/01/2009 12/07/2008

Meet NCAA Championship Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 1:54.95 A 1:56.38 B 1:56.67 B 1:57.10 B 1:57.33 B 1:59.61 2:01.07 2:12.81

200 Individual Medley Name Date Morgan Scroggy 03/19/2009 Courtney Monsees 02/19/2009 Kelly McNichols 12/05/2008 Lauren Cartwright 02/19/2009 Lisa Caprioglio 02/19/2009 Michelle McKeehan 03/19/2009 Mhyria Miller 12/05/2008 Annie Broome 12/05/2008

Meet NCAA Championship SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship SEC Championship NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 1:55.56 A 1:57.17 B 1:58.21 B 1:58.47 B 1:58.73 B 1:58.74 B 1:58.83 B 2:02.19

Colleen Haase Kristen Shickora Aleksandra Putra Erica Malag贸n

12/05/2008 02/28/2009 12/05/2008 01/31/2009

400 Individual Medley Name Date Wendy Trott 12/06/2008 Lauren Cartwright 02/20/2009 Abbie Fish 12/06/2008 Erica Malag贸n 12/06/2008 Aleksandra Putra 11/21/2008 Morgan Scroggy 11/21/2008 Erin Dobeck 12/06/2008 Colleen Haase 11/21/2008

UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational South Carolina/Alabama

2:02.76 2:04.31 2:05.29 2:06.94

Meet UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Emory Emory UGA Fall Invitational Emory

Time 4:10.37 B 4:12.84 B 4:15.10 B 4:16.94 B 4:19.58 4:23.51 4:25.34 4:31.71

200 Freestyle Relay Name Date Meet Time Botek, Cole, Scroggy, McNichols 03/19/2009 NCAA Championship 1:27.51 A 400 Freestyle Relay Name Date Meet Time Schmitt, Nauta, McNichols, Scroggy 03/21/2009 NCAA Championship 3:12.33 A 800 Freestyle Relay Name Schmitt, Nauta, Putra, Scroggy

Date Meet Time 03/20/2009 NCAA Championship 6:55.05 A

200 Medley Relay Name Date Meet Time Shickora, McNichols, Caprioglio, Botek 03/20/2009 NCAA Championship 1:36.45 A 400 Medley Relay Name Date Meet Time Putra, Miller, Caprioglio, Scroggy 03/19/2009 NCAA Championship 3:32.04 A One-Meter Diving Name Date Hannah Moore 02/19/2009 Lexie Bryant 02/28/2009 Landon Watters 02/28/2009

Meet SEC Championship Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational

Score 300.90 Z 280.05 Z 260.32

Three-Meter Diving Name Date Hannah Moore 12/05/2008 Lexie Bryant 02/28/2009 Landon Watters 02/28/2009

Meet UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational

Score 328.20 Z 297.49 Z 278.02

Platform Diving Name Hannah Moore

Meet SEC Championship

Score 239.35

Date 02/20/2009

* Times converted from meters to yards # Leadoff Split A = A Standard B = B Standard Z = Qualified for Zone Championships

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2009 toP PerforManCes 50 Freestyle Name Craig Jennings Michael Arnold Kevin Frankenfeld Richmond Green James Lavender Chris Thompson Shane Hall Sean McDevitt Kit French Chris Spooner Mark Dylla

Date 02/19/2009 02/19/2009 02/19/2009 02/19/2009 03/01/2009 02/19/2009 12/05/2008 02/19/2009 02/20/2009 11/21/2008 11/21/2008

Meet SEC Championship SEC Championship SEC Championship SEC Championship Bulldog Invitational SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship SEC Championship Emory Emory

Time 19.66 B 19.86 B# 20.30 20.48 20.48 20.76 20.76 21.01 21.14 21.49 21.53#

100 Freestyle Name Michael Arnold Craig Jennings Richmond Green Kevin Frankenfeld Stephen Swan Sean McDevitt Chris Thompson Adam Parker Martin Kata James Lavender Peter Benner Shane Hall

Date 02/21/2009 12/07/2008 03/01/2009 03/01/2009 03/01/2009 02/21/2009 01/31/2009 01/31/2009 10/30/2008 12/07/2008 10/15/2008 11/14/2008

Meet SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational SEC Championship South Carolina/Alabama South Carolina/Alabama Florida UGA Fall Invitational North Carolina Auburn

Time 43.50 B 43.98 44.27 44.33 45.16 45.34 46.17# 46.21# 46.34 46.61 47.03# 47.49#

200 Freestyle Name Peter Benner Kevin Frankenfeld Mark Dylla Troyden Prinsloo Stephen Swan Adam Parker Richmond Green Bill Cregar Martin Kata

Date 03/27/2009 02/28/2009 02/18/2009 12/06/2008 02/28/2009 01/31/2009 12/06/2008 11/21/2008 01/24/2009

Meet NCAA Championship Bulldog Invitational SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational South Carolina/Alabama UGA Fall Invitational Emory Tennessee

Time 1:35.31 B# 1:37.68 1:38.11# 1:38.47 1:38.76 1:38.92 1:39.39 1:40.55 1:42.09

500 Freestyle Name Troyden Prinsloo Bill Cregar Peter Benner Adam Parker Hunter Lainhart Chris Thompson Kevin Frankenfeld Todd McGraw Stephen Swan

Date 03/26/2009 12/05/2008 02/28/2009 01/31/2009 12/05/2008 12/05/2008 01/24/2009 01/24/2009 11/21/2008

Meet NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational South Carolina/Alabama UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Tennessee Tennessee Emory

Time 4:12.49 A 4:22.80 B 4:22.85 B 4:31.46 4:32.72 4:33.02 4:35.29 4:43.78 4:47.68

1000 Freestyle Name Troyden Prinsloo Bill Cregar Hunter Lainhart

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Meet NCAA Championship Auburn North Carolina

Time 8:48.00# 9:10.18 9:35.46

Craig Jennings

Todd McGraw Adam Parker Peter Benner Chris Thompson

11/21/2008 11/21/20-08 01/31/2009 01/06/2009

Emory Emory South Carolina/Alabama Southern Methodist

9:41.27 9:43.57 9:48.54 10:03.23

1650 Freestyle Name Troyden Prinsloo Bill Cregar Todd McGraw

Date 03/28/2009 02/21/2009 10/30/2008

Meet NCAA Championship SEC Championship Florida

Time 14:30.91 A 15:24.58 16:11.68

100 Backstroke Name Chris Spooner Michael Arnold Shane Hall Chris Thompson Kit French Hunter Lainhart Peter Benner Adam Parker Mark Dylla Kevin Frankenfeld Stephen Swan

Date 02/20/2009 03/01/2009 02/28/2009 02/20/2009 02/20/2009 02/20/2009 02/28/2009 12/06/2008 11/21/2008 12/06/2008 12/06/2008

Meet SEC Championship Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational SEC Championship SEC Championship SEC Championship Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Emory UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 47.63 B 48.56 48.72 48.86 49.00 49.06 49.65 50.63 50.84 52.22 53.55

200 Backstroke Name Hunter Lainhart Chris Spooner Chris Thompson Mark Dylla

Date 02/28/2009 03/28/2009 03/01/2009 12/07/2008

Meet Bulldog Invitational NCAA Championship Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 1:42.82 B* 1:43.42 B 1:44.06 B 1:46.83

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2009 toP PerforManCes Adam Parker Kit French Shane Hall Kevin Frankenfeld

03/01/2009 02/21/2009 02/21/2009 12/07/2008

Bulldog Invitational SEC Championship SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational

1:47.64 1:48.14 1:48.20 1:49.27

100 Breaststroke Name Neil Versfeld Mikey Larmoyeux Martin Kata Craig Jennings Bill Cregar Chris Spooner

Date 02/20/2009 02/20/2009 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 11/21/2008 11/21/2008

Meet SEC Championship SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Emory Emory

Time 52.23 A 54.77 55.88 56.88 58.46 59.19

200 Breaststroke Name Neil Versfeld Mikey Larmoyeux Martin Kata Bill Cregar Peter Benner

Date 03/28/2009 03/01/2009 12/07/2008 01/10/2009 10/30/2008

Meet NCAA Championship Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Texas Florida

Time 1:51.40 A 2:00.43 2:02.43 2:04.34 2:10.97

100 Butterfly Name Mark Dylla Michael Arnold Martin Kata Chris Spooner Peter Benner Todd McGraw Neil Versfeld Sean McDevitt Shane Hall James Lavender Kit French Mikey Larmoyeux Richmond Green

Date 12/06/2008 02/20/2009 03/01/2009 02/28/2009 02/28/2009 12/06/2008 02/28/2009 02/20/2009 02/20/2009 12/06/2008 12/06/2008 11/21/2008 10/15/2008

Meet UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Bulldog Invitational SEC Championship SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Emory North Carolina

Time 46.44 B 47.36 B 47.66 47.94 47.95 48.55 49.05 49.07 49.21 50.41 51.15 52.55 52.92

200 Butterfly Name Mark Dylla Todd McGraw Peter Benner Sean McDevitt Hunter Lainhart Martin Kata

Date 03/28/2009 03/28/2009 03/28/2009 01/24/2009 11/14/2008 01/06/2009

Meet NCAA Championship NCAA Championship NCAA Championship Tennessee Auburn Southern Methodist

Time 1:40.85 A 1:43.49 B 1:45.14 B 1:51.22 1:55.75 1:56.86

200 Individual Medley Name Date Peter Benner 03/26/2009 Mark Dylla 12/05/2008 Chris Spooner 02/19/2009 Martin Kata 03/01/2009 Neil Versfeld 12/05/2008 Bill Cregar 12/05/2008 Todd McGraw 12/05/2008 Mikey Larmoyeux 12/05/2008

Meet NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship Bulldog Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 1:43.94 A 1:44.56 B 1:45.81 B 1:46.64 B 1:47.26 B 1:48.35 1:48.66 1:50.94

Sean McDevitt

12/05/2008

UGA Fall Invitational

1:54.29

400 Individual Medley Name Date Peter Benner 03/27/2009 Bill Cregar 12/06/2008 Todd McGraw 03/27/2009 Troyden Prinsloo 12/06/2008 Martin Kata 02/20/2009 Hunter Lainhart 02/20/2009 Mark Dylla 10/15/2008 Neil Versfeld 11/21/2008 Chris Spooner 12/06/2008

Meet NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational NCAA Championship UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championship SEC Championship North Carolina Emory UGA Fall Invitational

Time 3:42.48 A 3:45.82 B 3:47.62 B 3:49.30 B 3:50.15 B 3:54.60 3:57.41 3:59.67 4:01.43

200 Freestyle Relay Name Date Jennings, Arnold, Green, Lavender 02/28/2009

Meet Bulldog Invitational

Time 1:18.19 B

400 Freestyle Relay Name Date Arnold, Jennings, Kata, Dylla 12/07/2008

Meet UGA Fall Invitational

Time 2:55.28 B

800 Freestyle Relay Name Date Benner, Dylla, Cregar, Prinsloo 03/27/2009

Meet NCAA Championship

Time 6:24.73 B

200 Medley Relay Name Date Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings 02/18/2009

Meet SEC Championship

Time 1:26.68 B

400 Medley Relay Name Date Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Arnold 03/26/2009

Meet NCAA Championship

Time 3:08.46 B

One-Meter Diving Name Webb Worthington Owen Blank Tim Barrett

Meet Texas Bulldog Invitational Tennessee

Score 329.32 Z 319.95 Z 306.23 Z

Three-Meter Diving Name Date Webb Worthington 12/06/2008 Tim Barrett 01/24/2009 Owen Blank 02/28/2009

Meet UGA Fall Invitational Tennessee Bulldog Invitational

Score 379.15 Z 334.88 Z 331.87 Z

Platform Diving Name Webb Worthington Owen Blank Tim Barrett

Meet SEC Championship UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Score 292.80 261.85 239.30

Date 01/10/2009 02/28/2009 01/24/2009

Date 02/21/2009 12/07/2008 12/07/2008

* Times converted from meters to yards # Leadoff Split A = A Standard B = B Standard Z = Qualified for Zone Championships

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2009 season review LADY BULLDOGS FINISH 2ND AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP For the fourth time since 2002, the Georgia Lady Bulldogs finished as the national runners-up at the NCAA Championship, finishing with 400.5 points at the three-day meet. Behind national championship efforts from Allison Schmitt (500 freestyle), Wendy Trott (1,650 freestyle), and the 200 medley relay team of Kristen Shickora, Kelly McNichols, Lisa Caprioglio and Anne-Marie Botek, the Lady Bulldogs trailed by one point heading into the final relay, but an NCAA record performance by the California 400 freestyle relay team secured the team championship for the Bears. In all, 16 Georgia participants combined for 44 All-America honors at the championships. In addition to three event victories, the Lady Bulldogs were paced by sophomore Morgan Scroggy, who finished each of her seven races in the top eight. In all, Georgia swimmers combined for 34 top eight finishes, including relay teams. GEORGIA RANKED NO. 2 IN FINAL DUAL MEET POLL The Georgia Lady Bulldogs finished the season ranked second in the final College Swim Coaches Association of America dual meet poll. The Lady Bulldogs finished with three out of 10 possible first-place votes and recorded 293 total points. Stanford finished No. 1 overall with seven first place votes and 297 total points. Georgia finished the year with a 9-0 record and a 5-0 conference mark, its ninth undefeated season in the last 13 years. THE STREAK CONTINUES In addition to winning the 2008 UGA Fall Invitational, the Lady Bulldogs defeated three opponents at the Gabrielsen Natatorium this season, extending their home dual meet-winning streak to 65 consecutive victories. On Nov. 14, Georgia defeated the Auburn Tigers 167-128 in its first home dual of the season. On Nov. 21, Georgia defeated Emory, then in their final home dual meet of the year, the Lady Bulldogs faced No. 3 Texas. It was one of the closest meets for the Lady Bulldogs all season as Georgia defeated Texas 159-141 to maintain a home dual meet-winning streak that dates back to the 1995-1996 season. GEORGIA FINISHES 3RD AT SECs The Georgia Lady Bulldogs battled Florida and Auburn for the team title at the 2009

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FINAL RECORDS: Overall: 9-0; SEC: 5-0 Home: 3-0; Away: 5-0; Neutral: 1-0 Final Ranking: 2nd 2008-09 Schedule / Results

Date Oct. 15 Oct. 30 Nov. 5 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Dec. 5-7 Jan. 3-5 Jan. 6 Jan. 10 Jan. 24 Jan. 31

Opponent North Carolina Florida Georgia Tech Auburn Emory UGA Fall Invitational Tennessee Diving Invitational Southern Methodist Texas Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Feb. 18-21 SEC Championship Feb. 28-March 1 Bulldog Invitational March 13-15 NCAA Zone B Diving March 19-21 NCAA Championship

SEC Swimming and Diving Championship that finished as the third most closely contested meet in the history of the event. Florida won the championship with 744 points, with Auburn finishing second with 730.5 points and the Lady Bulldogs coming in third with 725 points. It was the second straight year Georgia finished third at the conference meet, but scored nearly 160 points more than a year ago. SCHMITT NAMED SEC FRESHMAN SWIMMER OF THE YEAR Freshman Allison Schmitt was named SEC Female Freshman Swimmer of the Year following her efforts at the 2009 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships. Schmitt scored one individual victory during the meet, leading a Georgia sweep of the 500 freestyle. In leading off the second place 800 free relay team, Schmitt set a school and SEC record time of 1:42.90 in her 200 free split. She finished second in three events, including the 200 freestyle, and in the 400 free relay and the before-mentioned 800 free relay. She earned a fifth-place finish in the 100 freestyle. SCROGGY 3RD IN SEC HIGH POINT With 52 total points in the meet, sophomore Morgan Scroggy finished third in the running for the Commissioner’s Trophy, which is awarded to the highest individual points scorer at the SEC Championship. The winners, Gemma Spofforth of Florida and Ava Ohlgren of Auburn, scored 57 points each for their

Location Chapel Hill, N.C. Gainesville, Fla. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. Dallas, Texas Athens, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Athens, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. College Station, Texas

Result W, 169-126 W, 143-100 Cancelled W, 167-128 W, 137-89 1st, 1459.5 pts. No Scores W, 139.5-99.5 W, 159-141 W, 158-142 W, 191-109 W, 211-89 3rd, 725 pts. No Scores No Scores 2nd, 400.5 pts.

respective teams. Scroggy won an SEC Championship in the 100 freestyle and had third-place efforts in the 200 freestyle and 200 individual medley. EARNING CONFERENCE HONORS The SEC named 10 Georgia swimmers First or Second Team All-SEC members following the conference meet. Members included on the first team were Anne-Marie Botek for her win in the 50 free, Allison Schmitt in the 500 free, Morgan Scroggy in the 100 free and Wendy Trott in the 1,650 free. Six other Lady Bulldog swimmers were included on the second team. Jessica Cole, Kelly McNichols, Chelsea Nauta, Aleksandra Putra, Michelle McKeehan and Mhyria Miller earned Second Team All-SEC status. CAPRIOGLIO NAMED SCHOLARATHLETE AWARD WINNER Lisa Caprioglio was chosen as the 2009 SEC Female Scholar-Athlete Award recipient. Caprioglio, an international business major, was named the recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic/Athletic Excellence and was named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll while maintaining a 4.0 GPA while at Georgia. As a sophomore, Caprioglio was chosen as a CSCAA Academic All-American. While at the SECs, Caprioglio finished ninth in the 200 butterfly and 10th in the 200 individual medley.

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2009 season review BULLDOGS FINISH 10TH AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP The Georgia Bulldogs had two national championship performances and eight athletes combine for 20 All-America honors in finishing 10th at the NCAA Championship. Troyden Prinsloo (500 freestyle) and Neil Versfeld (200 breaststroke) won individual events for the Bulldogs, while Mark Dylla finished as the runner-up in the 200 butterfly for the second year in a row. During the meet, Georgia qualified six swimmers to the medal stand, earning All-America honors. Prinsloo recorded two All-America honors, winning the 1,650 free and finishing fifth in the 500 free;Versfeld recorded a win in the 200 breaststroke and was eighth in the 100 breaststroke; and Peter Benner finished eighth in the 400 individual medley. Georgia’s 800 freestyle and the 200 and 400 medley relays also earned HM All-America distinction. Others earning HM All-America honors for Georgia included Todd McGraw (200 butterfly), Chris Spooner (200, 400 medley relays), Craig Jennings (200 medley relay), Michael Arnold (400 medley relay) and Bill Cregar (800 free relay). VERSFELD SETS NEW 200-YARD BREASTSTROKE RECORD Georgia senior Neil Versfeld did more than just win a national championship in the 200-yard breaststroke at the NCAA Championship.Versfeld recorded the fastest time in history in the event as he clocked a time of 1:51.40 to earn his first career national championship. Versfeld ended his career with the Bulldogs as a seven-time All-American and leaves with school records in both breaststroke distances and as a member of Georgia’s medley relay teams. BULLDOGS EARN 4TH PLACE AT SEC CHAMPIONSHIP For the second straight season, the Georgia Bulldogs recorded a fourth-place finish at the SEC Championship. During the four-day meet, the Bulldogs totaled 435.5 points, their highest point total in the last three trips to the annual conference meet. Georgia had five individual event champions and set five school records during the meet, which was won by Auburn. BENNER NAMED SEC MALE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Georgia freshman Peter Benner was one of Georgia’s most consistent performers during the SEC Championship, scoring 27 individual points

FINAL RECORDS: Overall: 5-4; SEC: 2-3 Home: 1-2; Away: 3-2; Neutral: 1-0 Final Ranking: 12th 2008-09 Schedule / Results

Date Oct. 15 Oct. 30 Nov. 5 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Dec. 5-7 Jan. 3-5 Jan. 6 Jan. 10 Jan. 24 Jan. 31

Opponent North Carolina Florida Georgia Tech Auburn Emory UGA Fall Invitational Tennessee Diving Invitational Southern Methodist Texas Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Feb. 18-21 SEC Championship Feb. 28-March 1 Bulldog Invitational March 13-15 NCAA Zone B Diving March 26-28 NCAA Championship

Location Chapel Hill, N.C. Gainesville, Fla. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. Dallas, Texas Athens, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Athens, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn. College Station, Texas

Result W, 152-148 L, 139-103 Cancelled L, 163-136 W, 139-90 1st, 1,407 pts. No Scores W, 140-101 L, 169-126 L, 169-129 W, 169-131 W, 197-103 4th, 435.5 pts. No Scores No Scores 10th, 131 pts.

for the Bulldogs. As a result, he was named SEC Male Freshman of the Year, the second straight year a Georgia swimmer has earned the award; Mark Dylla won the honor last year. Benner advanced to the evening finals in three events, including a second place finish in the 400 individual medley and swims in the consolation finals of the 200 individual medley and 200 butterfly. In his first season with the Bulldogs, Benner recorded new school records in the 200 freestyle and the 200 individual medley and is third in the 400 individual medley. He was once named SEC Male Freshman of the Week.

GEORGIA 12TH IN FINAL DUAL MEET SEASON POLL The last piece to the 2008-2009 dual meet season was added when the College Swim Coaches Association of America released its final dual meet rankings of the season. Georgia finished 12th in the final poll and was the fourthhighest SEC team ranked in the poll.This season, Georgia faced six teams that finished in the poll’s top 25, including four in the top 10.

EARNING CONFERENCE HONORS Following their performances at the conference meet, six Bulldogs were honored by being named either First or Second Team All-SEC. Troyden Prinsloo and Neil Versfeld won two events each for the men’s team at the SEC Championship. Prinsloo won the 500 and 1,650 freestyle events, marking the fifth straight year a Georgia swimmer has won the events; Sebastien Rouault had won both races the past four years. Versfeld earned his first two victories at the SEC Championship when he won the 100 and 200 breaststroke events, setting new school records in each event and setting a new NCAA record in the 200 breaststroke. Mark Dylla recorded his second straight victory in the 200 butterfly when he finished the course in a time of 1:41.61. Second Team All-SEC members included

FRENCH NAMED GEORGIA’S McWHORTER SCHOLAR-ATHLETE Kit French, a senior from Maineville, Ohio, was Georgia’s nominee for the SEC’s H. Boyd McWhorter Scholarship. French has a 3.72 grade point average, majoring in Biology. He is a four-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll, the Georgia Athletics Director Honor Roll, the Dean’s List and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. He is a member of Delta Iota Epsilon Honor Society and a holder of UGA’s Ramsey Endowed Scholarship for Athletic and Academic Excellence. A backstroke specialist, French was the Bulldogs’ team captain this season and was a fouryear letterwinner. He qualified and competed at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials. He is ranked ninth all-time at Georgia in the 100yard backstroke and finished eighth at the 2008 SEC Championship in the 100 back.

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Peter Benner in the 400 individual medley, and Craig Jennings and Chris Spooner with the 400 medley relay team.

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year-By-year results — MEN’S RESULTS —

MEN’S ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

Clarence W. “Jonesy” Jones 16 seasons • 1926-42 41-36 (.532)

OPPONENT

W

L

T

Pct.

First*

Alabama Atlanta YMCA Auburn Bainbridge Navy Birmingham YMCA Brevard College Cincinnati The Citadel Clemson College of Charleston Connecticut Davidson Denison Duke East Carolina Eastern Kentucky Emory Florida Florida Atlantic Florida State Furman Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Gustavus Adolphus Indian River C.C. Kansas Kentucky Kenyon College LSU Louisville Miami Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Nebraska North Carolina North Carolina State Northwestern Penn State Pensacola Navy Presbyterian Purdue Sewanee South Carolina South Florida Southern Methodist Tampa Tennessee Texas Tulane Utah Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest Western Kentucky Wisconsin-Stevens Pt. Wright State

20 2 19 1 1 1 1 2 35 1 1 6 1 1 3 10 32 16 3 12 11 9 3 56 1 3 1 43 2 12 2 20 1 4 1 1 17 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 24 16 3 2 7 3 11 1 20 1 1 2 1 1 1

20 1 12 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 3 0 0 5 2 9 59 0 41 0 0 0 21 0 1 0 3 0 7 0 25 1 3 0 0 10 5 0 0 1 0 0 2 17 1 1 0 20 12 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.500 .667 .613 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .500 .875 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 .389 .833 .780 .213 1.000 .231 1.000 1.000 1.000 .727 1.000 .667 1.000 .935 1.000 .632 1.000 .444 .500 .571 1.000 1.000 .630 .167 1.000 1.000 .500 1.000 1.000 .600 .585 .941 .750 1.000 .259 .200 .846 1.000 .769 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

1960 1932 1933 1952 1948 1988 1994 1960 1928 1995 1973 1957 1972 1981 1957 1966 1929 1931 1992 1949 1933 1971 1979 1926 1957 1976 1996 1939 1985 1968 1958 1938 1971 1999 2001 2000 1952 1947 2000 2006 1949 1938 2006 1959 1949 1969 1982 1983 1968 1994 1963 2006 1950 1980 1981 1979 1976 1992 1977

“First meet” represents first known meet.

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1925-26 .............................................. 0-2 Georgia Tech L 29-33 Georgia Tech L 30-32 1927-28 .............................................. 2-1 Clemson W 42-20 Clemson W 50-11 State meet 2nd Georgia Tech L 20-41 1928-29 .............................................. 3-0 Clemson W 42-21 Clemson W 41-21 Emory W 47-18 1929-30 .............................................. 0-2 Georgia Tech L 30-32 Emory L 16-43 1930-31 .............................................. 3-2 Emory W 44-22 Clemson W 42-24 Florida L 20-45 Clemson W 45-22 Georgia Tech L 19-47 1931-32 .............................................. 1-2 Atlanta YMCA W 48-25 Georgia Tech L 25-59 Florida L 33-51 State meet 2nd 38 pts. 1932-33 .............................................. 3-3 Emory W 53-31 Furman W 65-22 Florida L Auburn W Georgia Tech L 32-52 Georgia Tech L 29-55 1933-34 .............................................. 4-3 Clemson W Furman W Florida L 20-33 Georgia Tech L Emory W Georgia Tech L Auburn W 1934-35 .............................................. 1-6 Clemson L 31-44 Georgia Tech L 26-58 Florida L 27-48 Furman W 54-20 Auburn L 38.5-45.5 Atlanta YMCA L 22-55 Emory L 1935-36 .............................................. 2-5 Georgia Tech L 26-58 Furman W 59-23 Georgia Tech L 45-49 Emory L Florida L 27-48 Clemson L 31-44 Auburn W 51-33 1936-37 .............................................. 2-3 Atlanta YMCA W 44-31 Auburn W 41-34 Clemson L 33-42 Georgia Tech L 34-41 Florida L 25-50 SEC Championship 4th 14 pts. 1937-38 .............................................. 7-1 Georgia Tech W 43.5-31.5 Clemson W 47-28 Emory W 40-35 Clemson W 45-30 Presbyterian W 65-10 Miami W 52-23 Kentucky W 48-27 Florida L 29-46

SEC Championship

2nd

49 pts.

1938-39 .............................................. 4-1 Emory W 62-13 Auburn W 42-33 Clemson W 39-36 Georgia Tech W 37-38 Florida L SEC Championship 2nd 50 pts. 1939-40 .............................................. 6-1 Kentucky W 50-25 Georgia Tech W 46-29 Emory W 65-10 Auburn W 54-21 Miami W 55-20 Clemson W 47-28 Florida L 13-61 SEC Championship 3rd 23 pts. 1940-41 .............................................. 2-2 Emory L 34-41 Georgia Tech W 38-37 Florida L 21-53 Clemson W 54-21 SEC Championship 4th 20 pts. 1941-42 .............................................. 1-2 Kentucky W 40-35 Emory L Georgia Tech L SEC Championship 3rd 4 pts. 1942-46 No Teams Due to War Ed Sterrett and Bill Dix 1 season • 1946-47 1-6 (.142) 1946-47 .............................................. 1-6 Clemson W 45-30 Emory L 19-56 Georgia Tech L 34-41 Emory L 29-46 N.C. State L Florida L 18-57 Miami L 30-45 1947-48 .............................................. 3-7 Birmingham YMCA W 60-15 Emory L 36-39 Clemson W 45-29 N.C. State L 22-53 Emory L 29-46 Clemson W 60-15 Florida L 27-48 Miami L 31-44 Georgia Tech L 27-48 Florida L 20-55 SEC Championship 3rd 38 pts. 1948-49 .............................................. 7-4 Clemson W 66-9 Auburn W 62-13 Florida State W 52-23 Emory W 53-21 South Carolina W 68-7 Florida State L 37-38 Florida L 20-55 Pensacola Navy School L 30-45 Georgia Tech L 37-38 Emory W 41-34 Pensacola Navy School W 44-31 SEC Championship 2nd 66 pts. 1949-50 .............................................. 8-5 Florida L 35-40 Auburn W 62-13 Florida State L 29-46 Georgia Tech W 40-35 Vanderbilt W 59-16 at Auburn W 63-12 at Florida State W 40-35 at Florida L 36-39 at Miami L 37-38 Clemson W 65-10 Emory W 54-21 at Georgia Tech L 31-44

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year-By-year results

Bramwell W. “Bump” Gabrielsen 19 seasons • 1948-66 118-106-4 (.526) Miami SEC Championship NCAA Championship

W 2nd 21st

39-36 75 pts. 1 pt.

1950-51 .............................................. 8-2 at Florida State L 32-43 at Florida W 50-25 at Miami W 41-34 Florida State L at Georgia Tech W 51-24 at Emory W 55-20 Miami W 41-34 at Vanderbilt W 52-23 Florida W 51-24 Georgia Tech W 54-21 SEC Championship 1st 138 pts. NCAA Championship 1951-52 ...........................................8-3-1 at N.C. State L 25-59 at North Carolina L 32-52 Bainbridge Navy School W 52-32 Florida W 51-33 at Florida State T 42-42 Emory W 73-10 Miami W 49-35 Florida State W 55-29 Georgia Tech W 57-27 Vanderbilt W 66-17 at Florida W 50-34 at Miami L 35-49 SEC Championship 1st 132 pts. NCAA Championship 9th 7 pts. 1952-53 .............................................. 6-3 at Florida State L 39-45 at Florida W 48-36 at Miami W 49-37 at Georgia Tech W 62-22 at Emory W 63-21 North Carolina W 59-25 Florida State L 38-46 Miami L 47-38 Florida W 48-36 SEC Championship 2nd 98 pts. 1953-54 ...........................................3-5-1 at Florida State L 35-49 at Florida W 48-36 at Miami L 38-46 Georgia Tech W 52-32 Vanderbilt W 67-17 Florida T 42-42 at North Carolina L 34-50 Southern Intercollegiate 4th Miami L 38-46 Florida State L 35-49 SEC Championship 2nd 72 pts. NCAA Championship t8th 9 pts. 1954-55 ...........................................2-6-1 at Florida State L 22-62 at Florida L 37-47 at Miami L 38-46 at Georgia Tech W 45-39 North Carolina L 36-48 at Vanderbilt W Southern Intercollegiate 4th Florida State L 34-50 Miami L 26-58 Florida T 42-42 SEC Championship 1st 100 pts. NCAA Championship

1955-56 .............................................. 7-4 Clemson W 62-24 at Florida State L 25-59 at Florida L 35-49 at Miami W 48-32 Georgia Tech W 58-26 Vanderbilt W 69-14 North Carolina L at Emory W 60-23 Florida W 46-38 Florida State L 36-48 47-37 Miami W SEC Championship 2nd 84 pts. 1956-57 ...........................................5-5-1 East Carolina T 43-43 at Florida State L 25-60 at Florida L 35-51 Emory W 70-16 at Georgia Tech L 33-51 Gustavus Adolphus W 50-34 at Vanderbilt W 70-16 Davidson W 53-32 Florida L 32-54 Miami W 51-35 Florida State L 29-57 SEC Championship 2nd 98 pts. NCAA Championship 1957-58 .............................................. 6-6 at Florida State L 17-68 at Florida L 19-66 at Emory W 65-21 Georgia Tech W 60-26 Louisville W 56-30 Vanderbilt W 66-18 at Davidson W 56-30 at East Carolina W 44-42 at Miami L 38-47 Florida L 32-54 Miami L 37-48 Florida State L 31-55 SEC Championship 2nd 90 pts. 1958-59 .............................................. 3-9 at Florida State L 21-65 at Florida L 16-70 at Miami L 33-52 East Carolina L 37-49 Davidson L 41-45 at Vanderbilt W 44-42 at Kentucky W 48-36 at Sewanee L 42-44 Emory W 51-35 Florida L 25-60 Miami L 37-46 Florida State L 26-59 SEC Championship 2nd 73 pts. 1959-60 .............................................. 7-8 at Florida State L 40-55 at Florida L 31-64 at Miami W 52-39 Georgia Tech W 61-32 Sewanee L 41-54 Vanderbilt W 54-40 Kentucky W 52-42 at Emory W 54-41 at Davidson L 35-60 at East Carolina L 36-56 at The Citadel L 27-65 Alabama W 69-25 Florida L 36-59 Miami W 53-41 Florida State L 24-59 SEC Championship 2nd 70 pts. 1960-61 .............................................. 6-9 at Florida State L 28-66 at Florida L 14-80 at Alabama W 53-42 at Georgia Tech L 32-63 East Carolina L 40-55 at Miami L 37-57 at Sewanee W 51-44 at Kentucky W 61-29 Davidson L 45-50 Emory W 53-42 The Citadel L 39-56

WOMEN’S ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS OPPONENT Alabama Appalachian St. Arkansas Atlanta YMCA Arizona Auburn Brenau College Brevard College California Cincinnati Clemson College of Charleston Duke Emory Florida Florida Atlantic Florida State Furman Georgia Southern Georgia State Georgia Tech Illinois State Indian River C.C. Kansas Kentucky Kenyon College LSU Miami Michigan Nebraska North Carolina North Carolina State North Texas South Carolina South Florida Southern Methodist Stanford Tampa Tennessee Texas Tulane Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech Wisconsin-Stevens Pt.

W 17 2 4 2 1 11 2 1 3 1 14 3 1 17 10 3 7 7 7 1 5 1 2 2 14 2 10 3 4 1 18 2 1 23 9 11 2 2 26 10 3 7 2 1 1

L 2 0 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 14 0 5 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .895 1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 .786 .500 1.000 1.000 1.000 .933 1.000 1.000 1.000 .417 1.000 .583 .875 1.000 1.000 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 .947 1.000 1.000 .885 1.000 .917 .667 1.000 .883 .833 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000

First* 1975 1978 2003 1932 1999 1983 1978 1988 2000 1994 1982 1978 1981 1978 1978 1992 1979 1979 1976 1991 1978 1980 1985 1995 1986 1985 1985 1984 1997 2000 1978 1986 2007 1978 1976 1994 1999 1981 1978 1987 1980 1978 1980 1981 1992

“First meet” represents first known meet. Women’s results are incomplete before 1977.

Florida Miami Florida State Vanderbilt SEC Championship

L W L W 2nd

39-55 46-45 32-54 68-24 99 pts.

1961-62 .............................................. 6-8 Alabama L 39-54 at Florida State L 28-67 at Florida L 34-60 Sewanee W 56-30 Georgia Tech W 58-37 at Miami L 34-61 at N.C. State L 28-67 at East Carolina W 53-41 Kentucky W 62-32 at Georgia Tech W 50-45 Vanderbilt W 75-16 Miami L 47-48 Florida L 25-60 Florida State L 37-47 SEC Championship t2nd 68.5 pts.

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1962-63 .............................................. 9-5 at Florida State L 29-66 at Florida L 38-57 at Miami L 43-52 at Georgia Tech W 52-44 East Carolina L 43-51 Tulane W 66-27 at Alabama L 40-55 Clemson W 65-27 Davidson W 51-44 Georgia Tech W 49-46 at Sewanee W 60-35 at Vanderbilt W 53-42 at Kentucky W 76-17 Miami W 50-45 Southern Intercollegiate 4th SEC Championship 3rd 55 pts. 1963-64 .............................................. 9-6 at Florida State L 23-65 at Florida L 35-58 at Miami L 42-53

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Georgia Tech Sewanee Alabama S. Carolina at Alabama at Tulane at Davidson Vanderbilt Miami at Georgia Tech Kentucky East Carolina Southern Intercollegiate SEC Championship

W W L W L W W W W W W L

55-40 53-42 44-51 64-28 36-59 66-28 52-42 52-43 53-42 53-42 53-41 41-54

4th

60 pts.

1964-65 .............................................. 8-5 at Florida State L 30-65 at Florida L 40-53 at Miami W 49-46 at Georgia Tech W 51-43 Alabama L 43-52 Tulane W 52-40 at Vanderbilt L 43-52 at Kentucky W 56-39 at S. Carolina W 54-39 Davidson W 48-45 at Alabama L 44-49 Miami W 63-31 Georgia Tech W 52-41 Southern Intercollegiate 5th SEC Championship 3rd 100 pts. 1965-66 .............................................. 7-6 at Florida L 32-63 at Miami L 37-58 Alabama W 63-32 Georgia Tech W 68-27 E. Kentucky W 55-40 at Alabama L 43-52 at Tulane L 41-54 Kentucky W 52-43 South Carolina L 47-48 Vanderbilt W 69-25 Miami L 35-51 at Georgia Tech W 57-38 at Davidson W 52-48 Southern Intercollegiate 4th SEC Championship 3rd 320 pts.

Richard Wammock 1 season • 1966-67 9-4 (.692)

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1966-67 .............................................. 9-4 at South Carolina L 43-61 at Florida L 41-62 at Miami L 39-65 Georgia Tech W 71-30 Tulane W 63-34 at Alabama W 66.5-37.5 at Clemson W 58-45 at The Citadel W 63-39 Alabama W 61-43 at Vanderbilt W 65-34 at Kentucky W 56-48 at Eastern Ky. W 56-48 Miami L 42-53 Southern Collegiate 4th SEC Championship 2nd 500.5 pts. NCAA Championship 31st 1967-68 .............................................. 6-5 South Carolina L 54-59 Florida State L 41-72 Florida L 43-70 Georgia Tech W 70-43 LSU W 62-48 Kentucky W 63-48 Alabama W 58-55 Clemson W 61-42 Tennessee L 44-69 Vanderbilt W 74-39 Alabama L 50-63 SEC Championship 4th 278 pts. Alan Gentry 3 seasons • 1968-70 16-18 (.471) 1968-69 .............................................. 4-6 at Alabama L 43-70 at Kentucky W 78-35 at Vanderbilt L 45-68 at Florida State L 49-64 at Florida L 45-60 at South Florida W 69-44 Georgia Tech W 71-32 at Clemson W 64-38 at Tennessee L 29-84 at S. Carolina L 42-71 Southern Intercollegiate SEC Championship 5th 146.5 pts. 1969-70 .............................................. 6-7 Florida L 50-63 S. Carolina L 55-58 at Tulane W 58.5-54.5 at LSU W 61-52 at Florida State L 51-58 at Georgia Tech W 77-34 Kentucky L 44-69 South Florida W 60-53 at Auburn W 63-50 Eastern Kentucky L 39-73 Alabama L 45-68 Auburn W 70-43 Vanderbilt L 55-58 SEC Championship 7th 99 pts.

1970-71 .............................................. 6-8 at Florida L 48-65 at South Florida L 54-59 at Tenn. Relays 5th Florida State L 56-57 at Ga. Southern W 61-34 at E. Kentucky L 39-74 at Miami (Ohio) L 40-73 at Kentucky L 41-72 Ga. Southern W 72-28 Ga. Tech W 57-46 LSU L 54-59 Auburn W 69-34 Miami W 67-46 at Vanderbilt L 55-58 Southern Intercollegiate 6th at Auburn W 67-40 SEC Championship 7th 114 pts.

Pete Scholle 13 seasons • 1971-83 97-53 (.646) 1971-72 .............................................. 8-4 at Alabama Relays 5th Florida L 43-70 S. Florida W 70-43 at Florida State L 53-60 Denison W 63-46 Tulane W 63-50 Vanderbilt L 54-59 at Ga. Tech W 64-48 at Ga. Southern W 62-49 at S. Carolina L 39-74 Ga. Southern W 68-44 Auburn W 72-20 Kentucky W 63-50 Southern Intercollegiate 4th SEC Championship 7th 96 pts. 1972-73 .............................................. 9-3 at S. Florida W 76-36 at Florida L 40-73 Connecticut W 63-49 Ga. Tech W 69-42 at Miami (Ohio) W 74-39 at Kentucky W 69-43 Georgia Southern W East Carolina W at Vanderbilt Inv. 2nd S. Carolina L 44-69 Florida State W 64-49 at Vanderbilt L 53-60 Southern Intercoll. 5th at Ga. Southern W 58-55 SEC Championship 5th 113 pts. 1973-74 .............................................. 6-6 South Florida W 65-47 Florida L 41-72 at Florida State L 33-80 Ga. Southern W 71-41 Vanderbilt W 67-46 at South Carolina L 49-64 L 37-72 Alabama Kentucky W 77-36 at LSU L 47-66 at Tulane L 41-72 at Furman W 60-41 at Georgia Tech W 64-49 SEC Championship 5th 81 pts. 1974-75 .............................................. 6-4 at Alabama L 31-75 at Florida L 50-63 at South Florida W 74-39 at Eastern Ken. Inv. 2nd

at Georgia Southern Georgia Tech at Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky Southern Intercollegiate Florida State LSU South Carolina SEC Championship

W W W W 6th L W L 6th

81-31 79-29 61-50 64-59 48-65 58-55 40-73 104 pts.

1975-76 .............................................. 8-3 Alabama L 38-76 Indian River CC W at Florida State L 37-42 Florida W 71-42 Eastern Ky. Inv. 1st 704 pts. Kentucky W 448 Western Ky. W 381 Eastern Ky. W 347 South Florida W 60-49 Kentucky W 64-49 at Georgia Tech W 61-51 Southern Intercollegiate 5th South Carolina L 44-69 SEC Championship 4th 151 pts. 1976-77 .............................................. 7-4 at Alabama L 31-81 at Indian River CC W 48-47 at Wright State W 73-31 at Florida L 43-64 at South Florida W 70-33 at Eastern Ky. Inv. 1st 653 pts. !Kentucky W 581 !Western Ky. W 452 !Eastern Ky. W 391 Georgia Tech W 61-43 Florida State L 42-71 Southern Intercollegiate 4th South Carolina L 46-64 SEC Championship 5th 90 pts. 1977-78 .............................................. 4-5 Alabama L 34-79 North Carolina L 48-65 Tennessee Relays 3rd South Florida W 59-54 LSU L 41-72 Tulane W 69-44 Florida State L 44-69 Georgia Tech W 72-39 Kentucky W 66-47 South Carolina L 54-79 SEC Championship 6th 74 pts. 1978-79 .............................................. 9-3 at Georgia Tech W 62-37 LSU L 45-68 at Georgia State W 67-43 Vanderbilt W 67-43 at Tennessee Relays 3rd at South Florida W 67-22 Furman W 60-50 Tulane W 64-44 at Wake Forest W 63-46 at North Carolina L 35-78 at E. Kentucky W 64-49 at Kentucky L 50-63 Southern Intercollegiate 2nd South Carolina W 65-48 SEC Championship 6th 86 pts. 1979-80 ............................................ 12-2 at Florida State W 59.5-53.5 at Georgia State W 63-44 at Georgia Tech W 68-42 at Vanderbilt W 65-47 W 66-47 vs. South Carolina Tennessee Relays 2nd Virginia W 66-47 South Florida W 65-41 at Furman W 63-47 North Carolina L 56-57 Wake Forest W 68-45 Eastern Kentucky W 65-48 Kentucky W 66-42 at LSU L 48-65 at Tulane W 62-51 Southern Intercollegiate 2nd

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5th DNP

131 pts.

1980-81 .............................................. 9-3 at Auburn L 44-68 at Georgia Tech W 64-49 at South Carolina L 49-64 LSU W 65-48 at South Florida W 71-44 at Tennessee Relays 2nd Florida State W 68-45 at Virginia Tech W 57-56 at Duke W 59-53 at North Carolina L 47-66 at Eastern Kentucky W 66-46 at Kentucky W 65-47 Tampa W 69-42 Southern Intercollegiate 1st SEC Championship 5th 93 pts. 1981-82 .............................................. 7-4 at Georgia Tech W 66-45 Auburn L 55-58 at Florida State W 61-52 South Florida W 66-47 at Tampa W 64-41 at Tennessee Relays 4th at LSU W 60-51 at Tulane W 56-39 Kentucky W 64-49 South Carolina L 56-57 at Clemson L 42-70 Southern Intercollegiate 1st SMU L 51-80 SEC Championship 5th 120 pts. 1982-83 .............................................. 6-4 at Georgia Tech W 55-40 at Auburn L 47-65 at South Florida W 60-52 at Tennessee L 51-61 Clemson W 63-50 at S. Carolina L 50-63 Eastern Kentucky W 65-48 Kentucky W 67-46 Miami L 54-59 Florida State W 71-42 Southern Intercollegiate 2nd SEC Championship 7th 43 pts. 1983-84 .............................................. 5-5 at Ga. Tech W 60-39 Auburn L 47-66 at Florida State W 58-55 Furman W 60-53 at Miami L 72-32 at Clemson L 73-40 S. Carolina W 65-48 Kentucky W 68-45 Alabama L 69-37 Tennessee L 69-44 Southern Intercollegiate 2nd SEC Championship 5th 114 pts.

Jack Bauerle 26 seasons • 1984-present 178-74 (.706) 1984-85 .............................................. 8-5 at Georgia Tech W 61-41 Florida State L 43-70 at Auburn L 43-70 Furman W 81-49 South Florida W 81-65 at Indian River CC W 61-34 at Kenyon W 70-43 at South Carolina W 57-56

at Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky Miami at Alabama at Tennessee Southern Intercollegiate SEC Championship

W W L L L 2nd 5th

60-49 66-46 42-71 37-76 41-67 216 pts.

1985-86 .............................................. 6-4 at Georgia Tech W 56-39 W 57-56 at Florida State Auburn L 47-66 Furman W 66-43 at Indian River CC L 56-57 South Carolina W 66-39 Kentucky W 61-46 at N.C. State L 52-61 at Clemson W 64-49 Tennessee L 46-67 SEC Championship 6th 223 pts. 1986-87 .............................................. 7-3 at Georgia Tech W 70-38 at Auburn L 54-59 Furman W 59-47 at South Florida W 118-82 at South Carolina L 87.5-129.5 at Kentucky W 122-84 Florida State W 67-46 N.C. State W 64-43 Clemson W 109-106 at Tennessee L 48-65 SEC Championship 6th 282 .5 pts. 1987-88 .............................................. 7-2 at Florida State L 94-125 Auburn W 61-52 Brevard College W 90-60 Kentucky W 61-52 at North Carolina W 112-104 at Emory W 152-56 at Tulane W 127-79 at Clemson W 115-90 Tennessee L 77-134 SEC Championship 6th 325 pts. NCAA Championship 31st 1988-89 .............................................. 7-3 at Florida L 49-56 at Auburn W 66-46 LSU W 60-53 at Emory W 73-41 Harvard Invidational 2nd at Kentucky W 60-47 Georgia Tech W 58-36 Clemson W 125-118 Florida State W 65-47 at Alabama L 47-66 at Tennessee L 46-65 SEC Championship 6th 370.5 pts. NCAA Championship 26th 1989-90 .............................................. 3-5 Tennessee L 42-69 Kentucky W 68-45 Florida L 50-63 Emory W 63-40 Arkansas Christmas Inv. 3rd 540 pts. at Florida State L 99-142 Auburn W 65-48 at LSU L 56-57 Alabama L 54-86 SEC Championship 6th 311 pts. NCAA Championship 30th 14 pts. 1990-91 .............................................. 5-6 at Alabama L 107-136 Georgia State W 133-104 at Tennessee L 90-144 at Kentucky W 134-103 Alabama Invitational 3rd 531 pts. at Kenyon W 132-106 at Emory W 152-80 at Florida L 106-126 Florida State L 108-135 at Auburn L 115.5-125.5 vs. Miami (in Auburn) W 147-89 LSU L 101-142 SEC Championship 5th 415 pts.

1991-92 .............................................. 8-2 Alabama W 138-100 at Auburn W 177-66 vs. Florida Atlantic W 61-29 at Emory W 61-29 Luby’s Invitational 1st 828 pts. at Clemson W 142-118 Wisconsin-Stevens Pt. W 62-40 109-132 Tennessee L at South Carolina W 129-112 Georgia Tech W 62-49 at Florida L 94-125 SEC Championship 2nd 569 pts. NCAA Championship 32nd 13 pts. 1992-93 .............................................. 7-2 Florida L 99-136 at Auburn W 129-114 Clemson W 137-97 Kentucky W 135-94 North Carolina W 163.5-136.5 at UNC Invitational 3rd 667 pts. Georgia Tech W 125-103 at Tennesse L 79-142 vs. Alabama W 139-85 South Carolina W 126-102 SEC Championship 4th 489 pts. NCAA Championship 15th 92 pts. 1993-94 .............................................. 7-3 Florida L 99.5-141.5 at Auburn L 75-126 at Clemson W 132-108 at North Carolina W 177-123 vs. Florida Atlantic W 120-64 vs. Cincinnati W 120-77 at Kentucky W 157-76 Texas L 105-134 Georgia Tech W 132-82 at South Carolina W 131-110 SEC Championship 5th 455 pts. NCAA Championship 16th 1994-95 .............................................. 6-3 at Tennessee L 97-127 North Carolina W 165-135 vs. Emory W 124-95 vs. Coll. of Charleston W 128-67 at Minnesota Inv. 2nd Kentucky W 114-83 at Alabama W 129-114 at Texas L 106-126 South Carolina W 133-104 SEC Championship 6th at Florida L 78-101 NCAA Championship 16th 1995-96 .............................................. 8-2 at North Carolina L 157-141 Clemson W 143-96 Florida W 149-92 Emory W 145-122 at Minnesota Inv. 2nd 931 pts. at Kentucky W 161-126 Florida Atlantic W 129-93 at South Carolina W 169-111 Kansas W 164-127 SEC Championship 4th 393 pts. Tennessee L 35-77 Alabama W 82-30 NCAA Championship 11th 127 pts. 1996-97 .............................................. 7-1 North Carolina W 156-128 at Florida W 143.5-93.5 Georgia Invitational 1st 1054.5 pts. LSU W 145-92 Alabama W 162-123 Kentucky W 135.5-105.5 Texas W 153-81 South Carolina W 128-106 at Tennessee L 130-111 SEC Championship 3rd 598.5 pts. NCAA Championship 3rd 847 pts. 1997-98 ............................................ 10-0 at North Carolina W 171-119 Florida W 158-85 Georgia Southern W 160-75

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at LSU Georgia Invitational at Alabama at Texas at Clemson Emory Tennessee SEC Championship South Carolina NCAA Championship

W 131-107 1st 1184 pts. W 177-70 W 148-95 W 250-138 W 160-66 W 138.5-104.5 2nd 658.5 pts. W 166-78 7th 175.5 pts.

1998-99 .............................................. 7-1 North Carolina W 156-142 at Florida W 148-95 Michigan W 135-108 SMU W 167.5-73.5 Texas Invitational 2nd Alabama W 174-101 Texas W 160-137 at Tennessee L 101-142 SEC Championship 3rd 550 pts. NCAA Championship 9th 149.5 pts. 1999-2000 .......................................... 6-1 at North Carolina W 174.5-117.5 Florida W 148-94 at Michigan W 175-125 South Carolina W 132-95 Georgia Invitational 1st 1101 pts. Miami W 177-65 SMU W 157-97 at Texas L 133-108 SEC Championship 4th 426.5 pts. Bulldog Invitational 3rd NCAA Championship t-15th 92 pts. 2000-01 .............................................. 9-3 North Carolina W 162-134 at SEC East Challenge vs. Florida W 176-141 vs. Kentucky W 199-118 vs. South Carolina W 235-80 vs. Tennessee L 176-143 Michigan L 131-112 Georgia Invitational 2nd 1,031 pts. Alabama W 185.5-108.5 Texas L 161-133 Georgia Tech W 122-108 at LSU W 174-120 at Nebraska W 204-140 Northwestern W 221.5-121.5 SEC Championship 4th 456 pts. NCAA Championship 15th 78 pts. 2001-02 .............................................. 3-5 at Florida L 137-104 SEC East Divisional Meet 2nd 342.5 pts. at North Carolina W 163-137 at Michigan State W 143-97 at Michigan L 131-111 Georgia Invitational 3rd 613 pts. at Texas L 135.5-101.5 Georgia Tech W 151-85 Tennessee L 128-115 at South Carolina L 123-120 SEC Championship 3rd 522.5 pts. NCAA Championship 10th 169 pts. 2002-03 .............................................. 8-2 at North Carolina W 164.5-135.5 at Kentucky W 143.5-88.5 Georgia Tech W 155-126 Clemson W 132-106 Emory W 128-101 at Florida L 130-111 Georgia Invitational 1st 1026 pts. Alabama W 133-108 Texas L 123-120 Dallas Morning News Invite 5th 240 pts. at Tennessee W 132-111 South Carolina W 130-108 SEC Championship 3rd 492.5 NCAA Championship 14th 104 pts. 2003-04 .............................................. 9-2 LSU W 117-77 North Carolina W 181-114 at Clemson W 154-89 Michigan W 133-110

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year-By-year results Florida Emory at Georgia Tech Georgia Invitational at Alabama at Texas Tennessee at South Carolina SEC Championship NCAA Championship

L W W 2nd W L W W 3rd 10th

125-118 144-85 124-100 1185 pts. 174-112 126-117 138-103 182-116 469 pts. 112.5 pts.

2004-05 .............................................. 5-4 at North Carolina L 174-126 Clemson W 155-88 Georgia Tech W 168-121 at Florida L 142-96 at Auburn L 145-96 Georgia Invitational 3rd 673 pts. Alabama W 130-101 Texas L 152.5-147.5 at Tennessee W 130-100 South Carolina W 143-106 SEC Championship 3rd 542 pts. NCAA Championship 10th 177 pts. 2005-06 .............................................. 7-3 North Carolina W 193-102 at Georgia Tech W 135-108 Florida L 127-173 at Michigan L 121-179 Emory W 156-113 Bulldog Invitational 2nd 984 pts. Kentucky W 190-117 at Texas L 107-136 Tennessee W 133-110 at South Carolina W 197-103 at Alabama W 158.5-140.5 SEC Championship 3rd 761 pts. NCAA Championship 9th 197 pts. 2006-07 ............................................ 12-1 at North Carolina W 173-125 Georgia Tech W 187-53 South Carolina W 163-78 at Florida W 122-121 Kentucky W 148.5-89.5 Michigan W 190.5-172.5 Purdue Duals vs. Purdue W 197-156 vs. Penn State W 234-119 vs. Utah W 259-94 vs. Louisville W 278-69 Emory W 184-105 Bulldog Invitational 2nd 884 pts. Texas L 161-135 at Tennessee W 138-103 SEC Championship 3rd 395 pts. NCAA Championship 13th 98 pts. 2007-08 .............................................. 6-2 North Carolina W 1167-133 at LSU W 138-99 Florida L 132-111 at Georgia Tech W 134-104 Georgia Fall Invite 1st 970 pts. Texas L 157-135 Tennessee W 160-140 at South Carolina W 189-105 Alabama W 170-125 SEC Championship 4th 433 pts. NCAA Championship 7th 229 pts. 2008-09 .............................................. 7-3 at North Carolina W 152-148 at Florida W 138-99 Auburn L 163-136 Emory W 139-90 Georgia Fall Invite 1st 1407 pts. at Southern Methodist W 140-101 Texas L 169-126 at Tennessee L 169-129 at Alabama W 169-131 vs. South Carolina W 197-103 SEC Championship 4th 435.5 pts. NCAA Championship 10th 131 pts. — WOMEN’S RESULTS — 1973-74 .............................................. 7-1 W 98-30 Georgia Southern Florida L 27-102

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Martha Washington 4 seasons • 1974-77 n/a Emory Tennessee South Carolina Emory South Carolina Georgia Southern

W W W W W W

92-34 79-52 83-48 85-41 73-58 96-32

1974-75 .............................................. n/a Tennessee L 62-77 1975-76 .............................................. n/a South Florida W Florida L 53-78 Georgia Southern W 85-35 Tennessee W 78-51 1976-77 .............................................. 0-8 1977-78 .............................................. 6-6 Emory W 71-53 Georgia Southern W 74-47 Brenau L 51-70 North Carolina L 46-81 South Florida W 99-31 Appalachian State W 70-59 Tennessee L 40-80 Vanderbilt W 71-59 College of Charleston W 68-56 South Carolina L 33-96 Georgia Tech L 27-48 Florida L 20-55

Dr. Joe McEvoy 2 seasons • 1977-79 11-10 (.524) 1978-79 .............................................. 5-4 at Emory W 78-44 Appalachian State W 72-54 at Brenau L 51-79 Vanderbilt W 70-61 at Georgia Southern W 82-40 at Florida State L 41-71 at South Florida W 47-83 Furman L 55-76 GAIAW State Champs. 1st College of Charleston W 76-46 Southern Intercollegiates 6th AIAW Region III 5th 1979-80 .............................................. 9-1 Georgia Southern W 80-50 Brenau W 86-45 at Vanderbilt W 79-51 Virginia W 77-54 Illinois State W 77-65 South Florida W 77-54 at Furman W 80-49 Tennessee W 79-59 at LSU L 55-76 at Tulane W 55-35 Southern Intercollegiate 5th Region II Championship 2nd AIAW Championship 1980-81 .............................................. 7-2 LSU L 64-85 at South Florida W 84-53 Florida State L 58-73 at Tennessee W 85-62 Vanderbilt W 85-55 at Duke W 90-50 at Virginia W 90-49

Jack Bauerle 30 seasons • 1980-present 251-30-1 (.890) at Brenau Tampa Southern Intercollegiate SEC Championship

W W 2nd 5th

85-48 89-46

1981-82 ...........................................7-1-1 at Florida State L 94-55 South Florida W 78-39 at Tampa W 52-40 at LSU W 76-49 at Tulane W 72-50 Tennessee T 74-74 Furman W 64-51 South Carolina W 83-66 at Clemson W 87-60 Southern Intercollegiate 1st SEC Championship 5th 231 pts. AIAW Championship 9th 1982-83 .............................................. 4-3 at Auburn L 67-82 Furman W 65-47 at South Florida W 63-49 at Clemson L 76-73 80-60 at South Carolina L at Tennessee W 88-61 Florida State W 80-69 Southern Intercollegiate 2nd SEC Championship 5th 336 pts. NCAA Championship 22nd 1983-84 .............................................. 6-2 Auburn W 79-61 at Florida State L 74-66 Furman W 73-58 at Miami W 50-19 Clemson W 83-57 South Carolina W 77-61 Tennessee W 80-59 Alabama L 75-65 Southern Intercoll. 1st SEC Championship 4th NCAA Championship 17th 1984-85 .............................................. 7-3 Florida State W 78-57 at Auburn L 61-79 Furman W 87-50 South Florida W 87-61 at Indian River CC W 64-50 at Kenyon W 72-41 at South Carolina L 68-71 at Tennessee W 79-61 Miami W 79-54 at Alabama L 52-87 Southern Intercollegiate 1st SEC Championship 4th NCAA Championship 13th 1985-86 .............................................. 9-0 at Florida State W 88-54 Auburn W 81-66 Furman W 65-45 at Indian River CC W 66-47 South Carolina W 81-59 Tennessee W 78-61 Kentucky W 76-60 at N.C. State W 85-45 at Clemson W 79-61 Texas Invitational 2nd SEC Championship 2nd NCAA Championship 9th 1986-87 .............................................. 8-1

at Auburn Furman at South Florida at South Carolina Longhorn Invitational Texas Florida State N.C. State Clemson at Tennessee SEC Championship NCAA Championship

W W W W 2nd L W W W W 2nd 6th

81-57 59-51 114-76 146-119 57-83 65-48 76-63 142-126 79-58

1987-88 .............................................. 9-1 at Florida State L 99-115 Auburn W 80-60 Brevard College W 80-50 Kentucky W 67-48 Longhorn Invitational 3rd at North Carolina W 147-121 at Emory W 122-74 at Tulane W 111-77 Tennessee W 86-54 at Clemson W 175-93 South Carolina W 138-130 SEC Championship 3rd NCAA Championship 14th 1988-89 .............................................. 9-1 at Florida L 72-94 at Auburn W 77-60 LSU W 63-50 at Emory W 87-12 at Vanderbilt W 64-42 Harvard Invitational 1st at Kentucky W 80-55 Texas Invitational 4th Clemson W 143-100 Florida State W 82-58 at Alabama W 82-58 at Tennessee W 73-67 SEC Championship 3rd NCAA Championship 10th 1989-90 .............................................. 7-2 Tennessee L 57-83 Kentucky W 61-52 L 51-62 Florida Emory W 63-40 Arkansas Christmas Inv. 2nd 651 pts. at Florida State W 145-95 Vanderbilt W forfeit Auburn W 83-57 at LSU W 67-45 Alabama W 76-64 SEC Championship 4th 402 pts. NCAA Championship 13th 85 pts. 1990-91 ............................................ 10-2 at Alabama W 169-124 Georgia State W 118-71 at Tennessee W 163-129 at Kentucky W 136-101 Alabama Invitational 2nd 683 pts. at Kenyon W 121-102 at Emory W 129-84 at Florida L 106-190 Florida State W 64-48 Vanderbilt W 82-21 at Auburn L 142-146 vs. Miami (in Auburn) W 131.5-107.5 LSU W 134.5-101.5 SEC Championship 2nd 630 pts. NCAA Championship 8th 137 pts. 1991-92 .............................................. 8-1 Alabama W 139.5-103.5 at Auburn W 157-85 vs. Florida Atlantic W 58-37 at Emory W 63-30 Luby’s Invitational 1st 938.5 at Clemson W 138-102 Wisconsin-Stevens Pt. W 63-38 Tennessee W 131-103 at South Carolina W 127-105 at Florida L 51-160 SEC Championship 3rd 510 pts. NCAA Championship 9th 130 pts.

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year-By-year results 1992-93 .............................................. 7-1 Florida L 86-210 at Auburn W 129-114 Clemson W 138-85 Kentucky W 135-91 North Carolina W 173.5-121.5 at UNC Invitational 2nd 760 pts.

Alabama Kentucky South Carolina at Michigan at Tennessee SEC Championship NCAA Championship

W W W W W 1st 5th

155-136 144-93 136-99 172-130 139-102 712.5 pts. 500 pts.

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W W W 3rd 12th

164-134 180-118 184-111 490.5 pts. 94 pts.

1993-94 .............................................. 9-1 Florida L 120-123 Tennessee W 171-124 at Auburn W 125-115 at Clemson W 140-94 at North Carolina W 162-135 vs. Florida Atlantic W 132-37 vs. Cincinnati W 132-84 at Kentucky W 167-85 at SMU W 157-143 at South Carolina W 135-108 SEC Championship 4th 468.5 pts. NCAA Championship 15th 1994-95 .............................................. 8-1 at Tennessee W 126-115 North Carolina W 166-134 at Emory W 128-100 vs. Coll. of Charleston W 129-93 at Minnesota Inv. 2nd Kentucky W 113-76 at Alabama W 131-100 at Kansas W 160-135 South Carolina W 123-107 SEC Championship 5th at Florida L 78-101 NCAA Championship 6th 1995-96 .............................................. 9-1 at North Carolina W 165-130 Clemson W 140-103 Florida L 118-135 Emory W 158-121 at Minnesota Invitational 1st 1231.5 pts. at Kentucky W 186-112 Florida Atlantic W 136-99 at South Carolina W 159-114 Kansas W 168-124 SEC Championship 2nd 632.5 pts. Tennessee W 90-48 Alabama W 86-53 NCAA Championship 5th 268 pts. 1996-97 .............................................. 8-0 North Carolina W 174-126 at Florida W 139-102 Georgia Invitational 1st 1007.5 pts. LSU W 155-86

1997-98 .............................................. 9-0 at North Carolina W 154-133 Florida W 149.5-93.5 Georgia Southern W 164-61 at LSU W 127-111 Georgia Invitational 1st 1141 pts. at Alabama W 156-96 at Texas W 178-122 at Clemson W 212-200 Emory W 169-67 Tennessee W 150-91 SEC Championship 1st 760 pts. NCAA Championship 3rd 368 pts. 1998-99 .............................................. 8-1 North Carolina W 181-114 at Florida W 155-90 Texas W 175-20 at SMU L 117-126 at Texas Invitational 1st Alabama W 171-105 Stanford W 187-113 LSU W 159-130 Michigan W 168-122 at Tennessee W 156-87 SEC Championship 1st 807.5 pts. NCAA Championship 1st 504.5 pts. 1999-2000 .......................................... 6-0 at North Carolina W 177-98 Florida W 136-93 South Carolina W 128-89 at Texas W 173-119 Georgia Invitational 1st 1415 pts. SMU W 130-120 at Arizona W 165-135 SEC Championship 1st 850 pts. Bulldog Invitational 3rd NCAA Championship 1st 490.5 pts. 2000-01 ............................................ 10-0 North Carolina W 160-138 at SEC East Challenge vs. Florida W 205-114 vs. Kentucky W 247-71 vs. South Carolina W 260-45 vs. Tennessee W 220-99 California W 156-140 Georgia Invitational 1st 1,251 pts. Alabama W 178-105 at SMU W 168-130 at LSU W 175-111 at Nebraska W 206-129 SEC Championship 1st 716 pts.

NCAA Championship

1st

389 pts.

2001-02 .............................................. 4-3 at Florida L 129-114 SEC East Divisional Meet 2nd 431 pts. at North Carolina W 175-122 at Stanford L 158.5-141.5 at California W 152.5-150.5 Georgia Invitational 1st 813.5 at Texas L 174.5-125.5 Southern Methodist W 179-119 at South Carolina W 136-104 SEC Championship 2nd 719 pts. NCAA Championship 2nd 386 pts. 2002-03 ............................................ 11-1 at North Carolina W 177-118 at Kentucky W 148-90 California W 163-129 Clemson W 131-107 Emory W 136-96 at Florida L 137-106 Georgia Invitational 1st 1166.5 pts. Texas W 176.5-117.5 Alabama W 139-95 at Arkansas W 135.5-99.5 at Southern Methodist W 174-124 at Tennessee W 142-99 South Carolina W 132-90 SEC Championship 3rd 684.5 pts. NCAA Championship 2nd 373 pts. 2003-04 ............................................ 11-0 LSU W 114-75 North Carolina W 182-94 at Clemson W 154-84 Florida W 135-108 Emory W 143-90 at Georgia Tech W 121-110 Georgia Invitational 1st 1454 pts. at Alabama W 179-106 at Texas W 169-126 Arkansas W 138-85 Southern Methodist W 135-95 at South Carolina W 173.5-109.5 SEC Championship 2nd 756 pts. NCAA Championship 2nd 431 pts. 2004-05 .............................................. 9-0 at North Carolina W 175-125 Clemson W 146-89 Georgia Tech W 164-119 at Florida W 159-84

at Auburn Georgia Invite Alabama at Southern Methodist Texas South Carolina SEC Championship NCAA Championship

W 138-105 1st 1288 pts. W 131-94 W 162.5-129.5 W 167-131 W 139-106 2nd 809 pts. 1st 609.5 pts

2005-06 ............................................ 11-0 North Carolina W 169-126 at Georgia Tech W 136.5-89.5 Florida W 176-116 at Michigan W 170-122 Emory W 179-120 Bulldog Invitational 1st 1007.5 pts. Kentucky W 162-130 SMU W 157.5-120.5 at Texas W 157.5-142.5 Tennessee W 201-118 at South Carolina W 190-110 at Alabama W 207-91 SEC Championship 1st 1,094 pts. NCAA Championship 2nd 515.5 pts. 2006-07 ............................................ 10-1 at North Carolina W 169-126 Georgia Tech W 146-87 South Carolina W 139-98 at Florida L 129-114 Kentucky W 293.5-170.5 Michigan W 191-162 Arkansas W 178-114 Emory W 192-102 1st 1,073 pts. Bulldog Invitational at SMU W 170.5-123.5 Texas W 169-131 at Tennessee W 141-102 SEC Championship 2nd 671 pts. NCAA Championship 5th 290 pts. 2008-2009 .......................................... 9-0 at North Carolina W 169-126 at Florida W 143-100 Auburn W 167-128 Emory W 137-89 Georgia Fall Invite 1st 1459.5 pts. at Southern Methodist W 139.5-99.5 Texas W 159-141 at Tennessee W 158-142 at Alabama W 191-109 SEC Championship 3rd 725. pts. NCAA Championship 2nd 400.5 pts.

No PlACe like Home Georgia’s home pool, Gabrielsen Natatorium, is one of the nation’s top facilities, having hosted NCAA and SEC Championship. It’s also become one of the toughest places in America for opponents. The Lady Bulldogs went 3-0 at home in 2008-09, extending their consecutive wins at home to 65. The streak dates back to the 1995-96 campaign. Season 1995-1996 1996-1997 1997-1998 1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002

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Record 5-0 5-0 4-0 6-0 3-0 3-0 1-0

Streak 5 10 14 20 23 26 27

Season 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

Record 6-0 6-0 5-0 6-0 7-0 5-0 3-0

Streak 33 39 44 50 57 62 65

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GeorGia’s toP 10 50 FREESTYLE 1. Kara Lynn Joyce 06 NCAAs 2. Maritza Correia 02 NCAAs 3. Anne-Marie Botek 09 NCAAs 4. Amanda Weir 05 NCAAs 5. Paige Kearns 05 NCAAs 6. Jessica Cole 09 NCAAs 7. Samantha Arsenault 05 NCAAs 8. Stefanie Williams 02 NCAAs 9. Liesl Pimentel 97 NCAAs 10. Courtney Shealy 99 NCAAs

21.63 21.69 21.80 22.28 22.32 22.45 22.46 22.48 22.56 22.60

1,000 FREESTYLE 1. Laura Conway 05 NCAAs 2. Wendy Trott 09 NCAAs 3. Chelsea Nauta 09 NCAAs 4. Kelsey Ditto 08 NCAAs 5. Julie Varozza 99 NCAAs 6. Erika Hansen 88-89 7. Stephanie Carr 05 NCAAs 8. Anna Miller 05 NCAAs 9. Becky Wilson UNC Dual 10. Mary DeScenza 06 Emory

9:34.04 9:34.58 9:38.07 9:38.25 9:38.95 9:44.10 9:45.80 9:47.28 9:47.57 9:50.06

100 FREESTYLE 1. Kara Lynn Joyce 07 NCAAs 2. Maritza Correia 03 NCAAs 3. Morgan Scroggy 09 NCAAs 4. Amanda Weir 04 Short-Wrlds 5. Allison Schmitt 09 NCAAs 6. Stefanie Williams 02 NCAAs 7. Courtney Shealy 00 SEC Champ. 8. Jessica Cole 08 UGA Inv. 9. Kelly McNichols 09 SEC Champ. 10. Paige Kearns 05 NCAAs

47.24 47.29 47.73 48.11 48.36 48.37 48.40 48.48 48.63 48.82

1,650 FREESTYLE 1. Wendy Trott 09 NCAAs 2. Laura Conway 05 NCAAs 3. Chelsea Nauta 09 NCAAs 4. Kelsey Ditto 08 UGA Inv. 5. Julie Varozza 99 NCAAs 6. Erika Hansen 89 NCAAs 7. Julie Hardt 01 NCAAs 8. Claire Maust 07 NCAAs 9. Susan Andra 87 NCAAs 10. Stephanie Carr 05 NCAAs

200 FREESTYLE 1. Allison Schmitt 09 SEC Champ. Morgan Scroggy 09 NCAAs 3. Kara Lynn Joyce 06 SEC Champ. 4. Mary DeScenza 06 SEC Champ. 5. Chelsea Nauta 09 NCAAs 6. Stefanie Williams 02 NCAAs 7. Erica Malagón 09 Bulldog Inv. 8. Amanda Weir 05 NCAAs 9. Maritza Correia 03 SEC Champ. 10. Julie Hardt 03 NCAAs

1:42.90 1:42.90 1:43.54 1:43.96 1:44.00 1:44.88 1:44.94 1:45.07 1:45.13 1:45.14

500 FREESTYLE 1. Allison Schmitt 09 NCAAs 2. Wendy Trott 08 UGA Inv. 3. Chelsea Nauta 08 UGA Inv. 4. Elizabeth Hill 05 NCAAs 5. Claire Maust 07 SEC Champ. 6. Julie Hardt 02 NCAAs 7. Laura Conway 06 NCAAs 8. Kelsey Ditto 08 NCAAs 9. Abbie Fish 08 UGA Inv. 10. Keegan Walkley 98 NCAAs

4:35.17 4:35.80 4:35.86 4:39.25 4:39.47 4:39.89 4:40.01 4:40.02 4:41.96 4:42.04

100 BREASTSTROKE 1. Kristy Kowal 98 NCAAs 59.05 2. Mhyria Miller 08 UGA Inv. 59.18 3. Sarah Poewe 04 Short-Wrlds 59.26 4. Michelle McKeehan 09 NCAAs 59.34 5. Colleen Haase 09 NCAAs 59.67 6. Lindsey Ertter 05 NCAAs 59.80 7. Ashley Roby 01 NCAAs 59.91 8. Kelly McNichols 09 NCAAs 1:00.08 9. Gretchen Corliss 06 NCAAs 1:01.18 10. Jamie Skinner 01 NCAAs 1:01.60

200 BUTTERFLY 1. Mary DeScenza 03 NCAAs/05 SECs 2. Annie Broome 09 NCAAs 3. Elizabeth Hill 08 SEC Champ. 4. Lauren Cartwright 09 Bulldog Inv. 5. Katie Yevak 05 NCAAs 6. Allison Schmitt 09 Bulldog Inv. 7. Lisa Caprioglio 09 NCAAs 8. Abbie Fish 08 UGA Inv. 9. Karen Guilkey 06 SEC Champ. 10. Beth Grams 06 SEC Champ.

1:53.51 1:54.95 1:56.12 1:56.38 1:56.63 1:56.67 1:57.10 1:57.33 1:58.30 1:59.11

15:45.49 15:54.97 15:55.37 15:58.15 15:59.66 16:00.04 16:08.48 16:12.65 16:13.93 16:14.77

200 BREASTSTROKE 1. Kristy Kowal 99 NCAAs 2. Mhyria Miller 08 UGA Inv. 3. Colleen Haase 08 UGA Inv. 4. Sarah Poewe 04 Short-Wrlds 5. Michelle McKeehan 09 NCAAs 6. Lindsey Ertter 05 NCAAs 7. Jamie Skinner 01 NCAAs 8. Ashley Roby 01 NCAAs 9. Melissa Klein 05 NCAAs 10. Virginia Pate 04 Bulldog Inv.

2:07.66 2:08.61 2:08.63 2:09.31 2:09.55 2:09.97 2:10.99 2:11.28 2:12.50 2:13.78

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Morgan Scroggy 09 NCAAs 2. Courtney Monsees 09 SEC Champ. 3. Tricia Harm 06 NCAAs 4. Mary DeScenza 06 NCAAs 5. Kristy Kowal 99 NCAAs 6. Kelly McNichols 08 UGA Inv. 7. Lauren Cartwright 09 SEC Champ. 8. Beth Timmons 99 NCAAs 9. Ashley Roby 01 NCAAs 10. Lisa Caprioglio 09 SEC Champ.

1:55.56 1:57.17 1:57.28 1:57.52 1:58.11 1:58.21 1:58.47 1:58.54 1:58.59 1:58.73

100 BACKSTROKE 1. Aleksandra Putra 08 UGA Inv. 2. Courtney Shealy 00 SEC Champ. 3. Kristen Shickora 08 UGA Inv. 4. Tricia Harm 06 NCAAs 5. Samantha Arsenault 05 NCAAs 6. Lauren Gettel 03 NCAAs 7. Lisa Caprioglio 08 UGA Inv. 8. Neka Mabry 04 SEC Champ. 9. Mary DeScenza 06 Ga. Invite 10. Christine Keller 99 NCAAs

52.24 52.50 52.66 53.41 53.78 53.86 54.01 54.08 54.10 54.13

100 BUTTERFLY 1. Mary DeScenza 06 NCAAs 2. Lisa Caprioglio 09 Bulldog Inv. 3. Annie Broome 09 SEC Champ. 4. Tricia Harm 06 NCAAs 5. Anne-Marie Botek 08 UGA Inv. 6. Katie Yevak 05 NCAAs 7. Karen Guilkey 06 SEC Champ. 8. Lisa Coole 95 NCAAs 9. Chelsea Nauta 09 Bulldog Inv. 10. Elizabeth Hill 08 NCAAs

51.56 52.62 52.79 52.87 52.94 53.32 53.38 53.53 53.74 53.81

400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Keegan Walkley 99 NCAAs 2. Wendy Trott 09 UGA Inv. 3. Lauren Cartwright 09 SEC Champ. 4. Kara Manglitz 95 NCAAs 5. Erika Hansen 89 NCAAs 6. Katie Yevak 02 NCAAs 7 Laura Conway 05 NCAAs 8. Melissa Klein 04 SEC Champ. 9. Abbie Fish 08 UGA Inv. 10. Sarah Miller 99 NCAAs

4:07.06 4:10.37 4:12.84 4:13.61 4:13.66 4:13.77 4:14.53 4:14.88 4:15.10 4:15.68

200 BACKSTROKE 1. Aleksandra Putra 08 UGA Inv. 2. Keegan Walkley 98 NCAAs 3. Chelsea Nauta 09 SEC Champ. 4. Morgan Scroggy 08 UGA Inv. 5. Kristen Shickora 09 NCAAs 6. Mary DeScenza 04 Ga. Invite 7. Amanda Adkins 99 NCAAs 8. Lauren Gettel 03 NCAAs 9. Lauren Groblewski 08 Bulldog Inv. 10. Haley Chura 06 Ga. Invite

1:51.57 1:53.22 1:54.50 1:54.79 1:55.26 1:56.06 1:56.13 1:56.44 1:57.10 1:57.11

Claire Maust

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200 FREE RELAY Botek, Cole, Scroggy, McNichols 09 NCAAs Georoff, Kearns, Joyce, Weir 05 NCAAs Joyce, Cole, Botek, A. Miller 07 NCAAs Botek, Cole, Scroggy, Monsees 09 SEC Champ. Joyce, Harm, A. Miller, Cole 06 NCAAs Williams, Mabry, Kearns, Correia 02 NCAAs Botek, Scroggy, Monsees, Cole 08 UGA Inv. Mabry, Kearns, Arsenault, Correia 03 NCAAs Joyce, Mabry, Georoff, Kearns 04 SEC Champ. Joyce, A. Miller, Cole, Botek 07 SEC Champ.

1:27.51 1:28.10 1:28.44 1:28.62 1:28.74 1:28.74 1:28.81 1:28.96 1:29.37 1:29.59

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800 FREE RELAY Schmitt, Nauta, Putra, Scroggy 09 NCAAs Nauta, McNichols, Putra, Scroggy 08 UGA Inv. Hill, Joyce, Weir, DeScenza 05 NCAAs Maust, Cole, A. Miller, Joyce 07 NCAAs Nauta, McNichols, Scroggy, A. Miller 08 SEC Champ. DeScenza, Cole, Maust, Joyce 06 NCAAs DeScenza, A. Miller, Cole, Joyce 06 SEC Champ. Cole, Maust, McNichols, A. Miller 07 SEC Champ. DeScenza, Hardt, Arsenault, Correia 03 NCAAs Williams, Black, Hardt, Correia 01 NCAAs

6:55.05 6:59.59 7:01.03 7:02.97 7:03.47 7:03.75 7:03.84 7:05.13 7:05.69 7:06.48

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400 FREE RELAY Schmitt, Nauta, McNichols, Scroggy 09 NCAAs Schmitt, McNichols, Cole, Scroggy 09 SEC Champ. DeScenza, Harm, Cole, Joyce 06 NCAAs Weir, Kearns, DeScenza, Joyce 05 NCAAs Williams, Mabry, Kearns, Correia 02 NCAAs Scroggy, Monsees, Nauta, Cole 08 UGA Inv. Cole, A. Miller, McNichols, Joyce 07 NCAAs Kearns, Mabry, DeScenza, Joyce 04 SEC Champ. Correia, Kearns, Arsenault, DeScenza 03 NCAAs DeScenza, Cole, A. Miller, Joyce 06 SEC Champ.

3:12.33 3:13.11 3:13.38 3:13:47 3:13.71 3:14.28 3:14.31 3:14.73 3:15.26 3:15.67

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200 MEDLEY RELAY Shickora, McNichols, Caprioglio, Botek 09 NCAAs Harm, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce 06 NCAAs Shickora, Miller, Botek, Cole 09 SEC Champ. Arsenault, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce 05 NCAAs Putra, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Cole 08 UGA Inv. Gettel, Poewe, DeScenza, Correia 03 SEC Champ. Putra, McNichols, Botek, Cole 08 NCAAs Shealy, Kowal, Timmons, Williams 99 NCAAs Putra, McNichols, Botek, Joyce 07 NCAAs Gettel, Poewe, DeScenza, Kearns 03 NCAAs

1:36.45 1:37.24 1:37.27 1:37.81 1:38.31 1:38.49 1:38.57 1:38.66 1:38.67 1:38.83

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400 MEDLEY RELAY Gettel, Poewe, DeScenza, Correia 03 NCAAs Putra, Miller, Caprioglio, Scroggy 09 NCAAs Shickora, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Scroggy 09 SEC Champ. Putra, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Cole 08 UGA Inv. Mabry, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce 04 SEC Champ. Arsenault, DeScenza, Weir, Poewe 05 NCAAs Putra, Poewe, Guilkey, DeScenza 06 NCAAs Adkins, Kowal, Timmons, Shealy 98 NCAAs Putra, McNichols, Broome, A. Miller 08 NCAAs Keller, Roby,Yevak, Correia 02 NCAAs

3:31.81 3:32.04 3:32.11 3:33.64 3:33.75 3:33.89 3:35.33 3:35.37 3:35.84 3:35.99

anne-Marie Botek, Jessica Cole, Kara lynn Joyce, Kelly Mcnichols

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GeorGia’s toP 10 50 FREESTYLE 1. Allan Murray 93 NCAAs 2. Craig Jennings 09 SEC Champ. 3. Cameron Hollinger 06 SEC Champ. 4. Michael Arnold 09 SEC Champ. 5. Chris Murray 99 Bulldog Inv. 6. Josh Laban 04 SEC Champ. 7. Robert Brewer 98 NCAAs 8. Hakan Karlsson 92 SEC Champ. 9. John Stratman 98 NCAAs 10. Michael Norment 09 SEC Champ.

19.57 19.66 19.83 19.86 19.92 19.95 20.01 20.05 20.05 20.09

1,000 FREESTYLE 1. Troyden Prinsloo 09 NCAAs 2. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 3. Robert Margalis 02 NCAAs 4. Reeve Irvin 98 Texas Dual 5. Andrew Mahaney 01 Texas Dual 6. Beau Wiebel 99 UNC Dual 7. Bill Cregar 08 UGA Inv. 8. Matt Owen 04 Auburn Dual 9. Dave McLellan 96 UNC Dual 10. Cole Taylor 03 Texas Dual

100 FREESTYLE 1. Michael Arnold 09 SEC Champ. 2. Robert Brewer 94 SEC Champ. 3. Hakan Karlsson 92 SEC Champ. 4. Chris Murray 01 SEC Champ. 5. John Stratman 98 NCAAs 6. Craig Jennings 08 UGA Inv. 7. Nathan Bibliowicz 08 NCAAs 8. Joe Smutz 07 NCAAs 9. Matt Brado 03 SEC Champ. 10. Richmond Green 09 Bulldog Inv.

43.50 43.73 43.82 43.83 43.85 43.98 43.99 44.04 44.12 44.27

200 FREESTYLE 1. Peter Benner 09 NCAAs 2. Matt Owen 06 SEC Champ. 3. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 4. Robert Margalis 05 SEC Champ. 5. Vince Giambalvo 92 Gator Inv. 6. Gil Stovall 07 UGA Inv. 7. Reeve Irvin 98 SEC Champ. 8. Matt Brado 03 SEC Champ. 9. Nicolas Kintz 01 SEC Champ. 10. Kevin Frankenfeld 09 Bulldog Inv. 500 FREESTYLE 1. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 2. Troyden Prinsloo 09 NCAAs 3. Robert Margalis 05 NCAAs 4. Matt Owen 06 SEC Champ. 5. Reeve Irvin 98 Texas Dual 6. Bill Cregar 08 NCAAs 7. Peter Benner 09 Bulldog Inv. 8. Beau Wiebel 97 SEC Champ. 9. Andrew Mahaney 01 SEC Champ. 10. Tim Herwig 93 SEC Champ.

100 BREASTSTROKE Neil Versfeld 09 SEC Champ. Michael Norment 97 SEC Champ. Matt Buck 96 NCAAs Scott Gardner 04 SEC Champ. Kyle Salyards 03 SEC Champ. Ashley Oliver 08 SEC Champ. Atiba Wade 97 SEC Champ. Barry Wynn 97 NCAAs Mikey Larmoyeux 08 Bulldog Inv. 10. Lester Carrodeguas 89 SEC Champ.

52.23 53.42 53.47 53.66 53.88 54.38 54.65 54.77 54.77 55.23

200 BUTTERFLY 1. Mark Dylla 09 NCAAs 2. Gil Stovall 08 NCAAs 3. Todd McGraw 09 NCAAs 4. Andrew Mahaney 02 NCAAs 5. Randy Lam 04 SEC Champ. 6. Heath Edwards 97 SEC Champ. 7. Robert Margalis 03 NCAAs 8. Peter Benner 09 NCAAs 9. Jonathan Schmidt 05 NCAAs 10. Joe Redmon 06 Bulldog Inv.

1:40.85 1:41.33 1:43.49 1:44.17 1:44.59 1:44.74 1:44.95 1:45.14 1:45.45 1:45.83

1,650 FREESTYLE 1. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 14:26.86 2. Troyden Prinsloo 08 NCAAs 14:28.06 3. Robert Margalis 05 NCAAs 14:38.58 4. Reeve Irvin 98 SEC Champ. 15:02.41 5. Beau Wiebel 97 SEC Champ. 15:02.92 6. Matt Owen 06 NCAAs 15:06.79 7. Bill Cregar 08 NCAAs 15:08.45 15:16.59 8. Carlton DeVooght 93 NCAAs 9. Tim Herwig 1990-91 15:17.58 10. Gabe Lindsay 99 NCAAs 15:18.74

200 BREASTSTROKE 1. Neil Versfeld 09 NCAAs 1:51.40 02 NCAAs/03 SECs 1:55.67 2. Kyle Salyards 3. Matt Buck 96 NCAAs 1:56.62 4. Ashley Oliver 08 SEC Champ. 1:57.46 5. Michael Norment 97 SEC Champ. 1:57.75 6. Gabe Vazquez 94 SEC Champ. 1:58.07 7. Barry Wynn 97 NCAAs 1:58.26 8. Jim Sellers 99 Bulldog Inv. 1:59.66 9. Robert Margalis 03 Texas Dual 1:59.90 10. Peter O’Sullivan 88 Ga. Inv. 2:00.07

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Peter Benner 09 NCAAs 2. Mark Dylla 08 UGA Inv. 3. Kris Babylon 97 NCAAs 4. Gil Stovall 06 SEC Champ. 5. Chris Spooner 09 SEC Champ. 6. Nathan Bibliowicz 07 SEC Champ. 7. Martin Kata 09 SEC Champ. 8. Heath Edwards 97 SEC Champ. 9. Robert Brewer 94 SEC Champ. 10. Beau Wiebel 99 NCAAs

1:43.94 1:44.56 1:45.19 1:45.61 1:45.81 1:45.90 1:46.64 1:46.66 1:46.79 1:46.89

1:35.31 1:35.59 1:36.05 1:36.12 1:36.13 1:36.54 1:36.56 1:36.74 1:36.83 1:37.68

100 BACKSTROKE 1. Robert Brewer 98 SEC Champ. 99 NCAAs 2. Marc Lindsay 3. Kris Babylon 96 NCAAs Gil Stovall 08 NCAAs 5. Chris Spooner 09 SEC Champ. 6. Peter Osborn 05 NCAAs 7. Mark Dylla 08 SEC Champ. 8. Michael Arnold 09 Bulldog Inv. 9. Shane Hall 09 Bulldog Inv. 10. Chris Thompson 09 SEC Champ.

47.28 47.38 47.52 47.52 47.63 47.97 48.48 48.56 48.72 48.86

100 BUTTERFLY 1. Gil Stovall 08 NCAAs 2. Mark Dylla 08 UGA Inv. 3. Jonathan Schmidt 05 SEC Champ. 4. Peter Verhoef 06 Fall Inv. 5. Jason Gagnon 02 SEC Champ. 6. Michael Arnold 09 SEC Champ. 7. Martin Kata 09 Bulldog Inv. 8. Nathan Bibliowicz 07 SEC Champ. 9. Joe Redmon 06 Bulldog Inv. 10. Chris Spooner 09 Bulldog Inv.

400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Robert Margalis 03 NCAAs Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs Peter Benner 09 NCAAs Bill Cregar 09 NCAAs Beau Wiebel 99 NCAAs Kris Babylon 97 SEC Champ. Todd McGraw 09 NCAAs Heath Edwards 97 SEC Champ. Chris Spooner 08 SEC Champ. 10. Troyden Prinsloo 08 UGA Inv.

3:39.92 3:42.25 3:42.48 3:45.82 3:46.02 3:46.76 3:47.62 3:48.65 3:48.65 3:49.30

4:09.48 4:12.49 4:14.24 4:18.29 4:19.41 4:21.92 4:22.85 4:23.17 4:23.21 4:23.40

200 BACKSTROKE 1. Marc Lindsay 01 NCAAs 2. Yoav Gath 99 NCAAs 3. Hunter Lainhart 09 Bulldog Inv. 4. Chris Spooner 09 NCAAs 5. Robert Brewer 94 SEC Champ. 6. Kris Babylon 97 NCAAs 7. Chris Thompson 09 Bulldog Inv. 8. Peter Osborn 02 NCAAs 9. Beau Wiebel 99 NCAAs 10. Chad Patterson 94 SEC Champ.

1:42.04 1:42.71 1:42.82 1:43.42 1:43.62 1:43.74 1:44.06 1:44.81 1:44.83 1:45.87

8:48.00 8:48.02 8:54.13 9:06.40 9:07.46 9:08.09 9:10.18 9:10.24 9:12.74 9:13.32

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46.27 46.44 46.89 47.02 47.20 47.36 47.66 47.70 47.78 47.94

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Cameron Hollinger

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200 FREE RELAY Jennings, Arnold, Green, Lavender 09 Bulldog Inv. Hollinger, Cellini, Bibliowicz, Smutz 07 NCAAs Jennings, Arnold, Kata, Frankenfeld 09 SEC Champ. Laban, Gardner,Verhoef, Hollinger 04 SEC Champ. Stratman, Wade, Norment, Brewer 97 SEC Champ. Stratman, Brewer, Norment, Griffin 98 NCAAs C. Murray, Wade, Griffin, Gagnon 99 Bulldog Inv. Jennings, Stovall, Bibliowicz, Kata 08 Bulldog Inv. Hollinger, Stovall, Cellini,Verhoef 06 SEC Champ. Gardner, Brado, Kintz, Gagnon 02 NCAAs

1:18.19 1:18.73 1:18.80 1:18.89 1:19.19 1:19.37 1:19.39 1:19.53 1:19.70 1:19.73

800 FREE RELAY 1. Rouault, Dylla, Prinsloo, Stovall 08 NCAAs 2. Rouault, Stovall, Bibliowicz, Owen 07 NCAAs Benner, Dylla, Cregar, Prinsloo 09 NCAAs 3. Margalis, Stovall, Rouault, Owen 05 NCAAs 4. Margalis, Brado, Owen, Alleyne 03 SEC Champ. 5. Rouault, Stovall, Bibliowicz, Redmon 07 SEC Champ. 7. Kintz, Margalis, Brado, Mahaney 02 NCAAs 8. Rouault, Prinsloo, Bibliowicz, Dylla 08 SEC Champ. 9. Rouault, Stovall, Alleyne, Owen 05 SEC Champ. 10. Giambalvo, Patterson, Stewart, Poppell 92 Gator Inv.

6:24.66 6:24.73 6:24.73 6:26.27 6:27.04 6:28.31 6:29.42 6:29.44 6:30.05 6:30.46

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400 FREE RELAY Arnold, Jennings, Kata, Dylla 08 UGA Inv. C. Murray, Griffin, Read, Stratman 00 SEC Champ. Jennings, Benner, Spooner, Cregar 09 NCAAs C. Murray, Griffin, Kintz, Wade 99 Bulldog Inv. Brewer, Stratman, Babylon, Wade 97 NCAAs Brewer, McQuaid, Booth, Karlsson 94 SEC Champ. Wade, Babylon, Brewer, Stratman 97 SEC Champ. Brewer, Wade, Babylon, Stratman 98 SEC Champ. Brewer, Stratman, Griffin, Babylon 98 NCAAs Hollinger,Verhoef, Stovall, Laban 05 NCAAs

2:55.28 2:55.62 2:56.17 2:56.36 2:56.37 2:56.55 2:56.71 2:56.78 2:56.85 2:56.98

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200 MEDLEY RELAY Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings 09 SEC Champ. Lindsay, Gardner, Scannell, Gagnon 02 SEC Champ. Osborn, Gardner,Verhoef, Laban 04 SEC Champ. Brewer, Buck, Edwards, Stratman 97 SEC Champ. Stovall, Cellini, Bibliowicz, Smutz 07 SEC Champ. Stovall, Oliver, Dylla, Bibliowicz 08 NCAAs Brewer, Buck, Norment, Stratman 98 SEC Champ. Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings 08 UGA Inv. Dylla, Oliver, Bibliowicz, Jennings 08 SEC Champ. Lindsay, Wade, Gagnon, C. Murray 99 NCAAs

1:26.68 1:27.52 1:27.57 1:27.59 1:27.69 1:27.87 1:28.05 1:28.14 1:28.37 1:28.46

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400 MEDLEY RELAY Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Arnold 09 NCAAs Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings 09 SEC Champ. Stovall, Oliver, Dylla, Bibliowicz 08 NCAAs Lindsay, Salyards, Gagnon, Kintz 02 NCAAs Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings 08 UGA Inv. Lindsay, Salyards, Gagnon, Brado 02 SEC Champ. Brewer, Norment, Edwards, Stratman 97 NCAAs Osborn, Gardner, Schmidt,Verhoef 05 NCAAs Brewer, Buck, Edwards, Stratman 97 SEC Champ. Brewer, Norment, Babylon, Stratman 98 SEC Champ.

3:08.46 3:09.30 3:10.88 3:11.72 3:11.76 3:12.26 3:12.28 3:12.45 3:12.53 3:12.64

Gil Stovall, Joe redmon, nathan Bibliowicz, Sebastien rouault

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GEORGIA

50y FREE

Kara Lynn Joyce 21.63 (3/16/06)

100y FREE

Kara Lynn Joyce 47.24 (3/10/07)

200y FREE

Allison Schmitt ^(2/18/09) Morgan Scroggy (3/20/09) 1:42.90 Allison Schmtt 4:35.43 (3/19/09)

500y FREE

1,000y FREE

Laura Conway 9:34.04* (3/17/05)

1,650y FREE

Wendy Trott 15:45.49 (3/21/09)

100y BACK

Alek Putra 52.24 (12/06/08)

200y BACK

Alek Putra 1:51.57 (12/07/08)

100y BREAST

Kristy Kowal 59.05 (3/20/98)

200y BREAST

Kristy Kowal 2:07.66 (3/20/99)

100y FLY

Mary DeScenza 51.56 (3/17/06)

200y FLY

Mary DeScenza 1:53.51 (3/22/03) and (2/19/05) Morgan Scroggy 1:55.56 (3/20/09)

200y IM

GABRIELSEN NATATORIUM

SEC MEET RECORDS

Kara Lynn Joyce Georgia 21.63 (3/16/06) Kara Lynn Joyce Georgia 47.41 (3/18/06) Martina Moravcova SMU 1:43.84 (3/19/99) Wendy Trott Georgia 4:35.80 (12/05/08) Julie Varozza Georgia 9:38.95* (3/20/99) Hayley Peirsol Auburn 15:49.48 (3/18/06) Alek Putra Georgia 52.24 (12/06/08) Alek Putra Georgia 1:51.57 (12/07/08) Mhyria Miller Georgia 59.18p (12/06/08) Kristy Kowal Georgia 2:07.66 (3/20/99) Mary DeScenza Georgia 51.56 (3/17/06) Limin Liu Nevada 1:53.36 (3/20/99) Whitney Myers Arizona 1:54.88 (3/16/06) Whitney Myers Arizona 4:06.32 (3/17/06)

Kara Lynn Joyce Georgia 21.70 (2006) Maritza Correia Georgia 47.49 (2/22/03) Nicole Haislett Florida 1:43.50 (1993) Caroline Burckle Florida 4:38.32 (2005) —

NCAA RECORDS

AMERICAN RECORDS

U.S. OPEN RECORDS

Adrienne Binder Auburn 15:50.00 (2005) Courtney Shealy Georgia 52.50 (2000) Kirsty Coventry Auburn 1:51.43 (2005) Kristy Kowal Georgia 59.88 (2000) Anne Poleska Alabama 2:08.85 (2001) Mary DeScenza Georgia 51.70 (2/26/04) Mary DeScenza Georgia 1:53.51 (2/19/05) Kirsty Coventry Auburn 1:55.34 (2005) Maggie Bowen Auburn 4:05.82 (3/21/03)

Kara Lynn Joyce Georgia 21.63 (3/16/06) Natalie Coughlin California 47.00^ (3/22/03) Dana Vollmer California 1:41.53 (2/25/09) Caroline Burckle Stanford 4:33.60 (3/21/08) Janet Evans Stanford 9:29.49* (3/17/90) Janet Evans Stanford 15:39.14 (3/17/90) Natalie Coughlin California 49.97 (3/22/02) Gemma Spofforth Florida 1:48.34 (2/21/09) Rebecca Soni USC 58.10 (2/27/09) Rebecca Soni USC 2:04.75 (2/28/09) Natalie Coughlin California 50.01 (3/22/02) Elaine Breeden Stanford 1:49.92 (2/28/09) Julia Smit Stanford 1:52.79 (3/19/09) Julia Smit Stanford 4:00.56 (3/20/09)

Natalie Coughlin California 21.46 (11/29/07) Natalie Coughlin California 46.85 (12/1/07) Dana Vollmer California 1:41.53 (2/25/09) Katie Hoff North Baltimore 4:30.47 (12/8/07) Katie Hoff North Baltimore 9:10.77 (12/7/07) Katie Hoff North Baltimore 15:24.35 (3/2/08) Natalie Coughlin California 49.97 (3/22/02) Natalie Coughlin California 1:49.52 (3/23/02) Tara Kirk Palo Alto Stanford 57.77 (3/4/06) Rebecca Soni USC 2:04.75 (2/28/09) Natalie Coughlin California 50.01 (3/22/02) Elaine Breeden Stanford 1:49.92 (2/28/09) Julia Smit Stanford 1:52.79 (3/19/09) Julia Smit Stanford 4:00.56 (3/20/09)

Natalie Coughlin California 21.46 (11/29/07) Natalie Coughlin California 46.85 (12/1/07) Dana Vollmer California 1:41.53 (2/25/09) Katie Hoff North Baltimore 4:30.47 (12/8/07) Katie Hoff North Baltimore 9:10.77 (12/7/07) Katie Hoff North Baltimore 15:24.35 (3/2/08) Natalie Coughlin California 49.97 (3/22/02) Gemma Spofforth Florida 1:48.34 (2/21/09) Tara Kirk Palo Alto Stanford 57.77 (3/4/06) Rebecca Soni USC 2:04.75 (2/28/09) Natalie Coughlin California 50.01 (3/22/02) Elaine Breeden Stanford 1:49.92 (2/28/09) Julia Smit Stanford 1:52.79 (3/19/09)) Julia Smit Stanford 4:00.56 (3/20/09)

Cashion, Gresdal Turner, Nymeyer Arizona 1:27.98 (3/16/06) Cashion, Gresdal Myers, Nymeyer Arizona 3:12.77 (3/18/06) Nauta, McNichols, Putra, Scroggy Georgia 6:59.59 (12/06/08) Harm, Poewe DeScenza, Joyce Georgia 1:37.24 (3/17/06) Gresdal, Sieper, Myers, Nymeyer Arizona 3:31.70 (3/16/06) Lauren LeRoy Tennessee 321.30 (1/26/08) Blythe Hartley Southern Cal 353.50 (3/16/06) Hannah Moore Georgia 328.20 (12/05/08) Blythe Hartley Southern Cal 373.15 (3/17/06)

Joyce, Kearns, Georoff, Weir Georgia 1:28.87 (2005) Weir, Kearns, DeScenza, Joyce Georgia 3:13.47 (2/19/05) Farrell, Burkle Uhle, Retrum Florida 7:00.25 (2005) Anderson, Swander Lunsman, Coparropa Auburn 1.37.69 (3/19/03) Mabry, Poewe DeScenza, Joyce Georgia 3:33.75 (2/28/04) —

Jackson, Kelly, Schluntz, Baughman Arizona 1:26.20 (3/19/09) Wilson, Jensen, Dagg,Vollmer California 3:09.88 (3/21/09) Isakovic, Wilson Jensen,Vollmer California 6:52.69 (2005) DeGolia, Chandler, Jackson, Turner Arizona 1:35.29 (3/21/08) Agy, Chandler, Jackson, Schluntz Arizona 3:28.31 (3/19/09) —

Jackson, Nymeyer, Turner, Baughman Arizona 1:26.090 (3/20/08) Nymeyer, Turner, Jackson, Baughman Arizona 3:11.34 (3/22/08) Ohlgren, Geary, Marik, Kukors Auburn 6:57.28 (2/20/08) DeGolia, Chandler, Jackson, Turner Arizona 1:35.29 (3/21/08) Agy, Chandler, Jackson, Schluntz Arizona 3:28.31 (3/19/09) —

Jackson, Kelly, Schluntz, Bughman Arizona 1:26.20 (3/19/09) Nymeyer, Turner, Jackson, Baughman Arizona 3:11.34 (3/22/08) Ohlgren, Geary, Marik, Kukors Auburn 6:57.28 (2/20/08) DeGolia, Chandler, Jackson, Turner Arizona 1:35.29 (3/21/08) Agy, Chandler, Jackson, Schluntz Arizona 3:28.31 (3/19/09) —

Taryn Ignacio Kentucky 333.90 (2007) —

Cassidy Krug Stanford 361.55 (2007) —

Allison Brennan South Carolina 361.35 (2006)

Christina Loukas Indiana 437.75 (3/20/09)

400y IM

Keegan Walkley 4:07.06 (3/19/99)

200y FREE RELAY

Botek, Cole, Scroggy, McNichols 1:27.51 (3/19/09)

400y FREE RELAY

Schmitt, Nauta, McNichols, Scroggy 3:12.33 (3/21/09)

800y FREE RELAY

Schmitt, Nauta Putra, Scroggy 6:55.05 (3/20/09)

200y MEDLEY RELAY

Shickora, McNichols, Caprioglio, Botek 1:36.45 (3/20/09)

400y MEDLEY RELAY

Gettel, Poewe, DeScenza, Correia 3:31.81 (3/20/03)

1-meter DIVING (6) Dual/Invitational

Lauren King 311.62 (11/03/00)

1-meter DIVING (6) Championship

Hannah Moore 300.90 (2/19/09)

3-meter DIVING (6) Dual/Invitational

Hannah Moore 328.20 (12/05/08)

3-meter DIVING (6) Championship

Hannah Moore 344.85 (3/21/08)

PLATFORM (5) Dual/Invitational

Emily Hunter 219.80 (2006)

Monica Dodson Florida 288.60 (12/2/2007)

PLATFORM (5) Championship

Emily Hunter 264.20 (3/4/07)

Taryn Ignacio Kentucky 335.30 (3/18/06)

Taryn Ignacio Kentucky 282.80 (2006)

Jessica Livingston Texas 357.85 (2007)

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GEORGIA

GABRIELSEN NATATORIUM

SEC MEET RECORDS

NCAA RECORDS

AMERICAN RECORDS

U.S. OPEN RECORDS

50y FREE

Allan Murray 19.57 (1993)

Anthony Ervin California 19.05^ (3/28/02)

George Bovell Auburn 19.33 (2004)

Cesar Cielo Auburn 18.52 (3/27/08)

Nathan Adrian California 18.71 (3/27/09)

Cesar Cielo Auburn 18.47 (3/27/08)

100y FREE

Michael Arnold 43.50^(2/21/09)

Anthony Ervin California 41.62 (3/30/02)

Fred Bousquet Auburn 42.53 (2/28/04)

Cesar Cielo Auburn 40.92 (3/29/08)

Nathan Adrian California 41.08 (3/27/09)

Cesar Cielo Auburn 40.92(3/29/08)

200y FREE

Peter Benner 1:35.31 (3/27/09)

500y FREE

Sebastien Rouault 4:09.48 (3/27/08)

1,000y FREE

Troyden Prinsloo 8:48.00* (3/28/09)

Ryan Lochte Florida 1:33.07 (2005) Sebastien Rouault Georgia 4:12.90 (2/16/06) —

1,650y FREE

Sebastien Rouault 14:26.86 (3/29/08)

100y BACK

Robert Brewer 47.28 (2/20/98)

200y BACK

Marc Lindsay 1:42.04 (3/24/01)

100y BREAST

Neil Versfeld 52.23 (2/20/09)

200y BREAST

Neil Versfeld 1:51.40 (3/28/09)

100y FLY

Gil Stovall 46.27 (3/28/08)

200y FLY

Mark Dylla 1:40.85 (3/28/08)

200y IM

Peter Benner 1:43.94 (3/26/09)

400y IM

Robert Margalis 3:39.92 (3/28/03)

200y FREE RELAY

Jennings, Arnold, Green, Lavender 1:18.19 (3/1/09)

400y FREE RELAY

Arnold, Jennings, Kata. Dylla 2:55.28 (12/07/08)

800y FREE RELAY

Rouault, Dylla, Prinsloo, Stovall 6:24.66 (3/24/08)

Stephen Sioui Florida 1:35.30 (3/29/02) Klete Keller Southern Cal 4:12.83 (3/29/02) Chris Thompson Michigan 9:00.57 (11/7/98) Erik Vendt Southern Cal 14:37.48 (3/30/02) Peter Marshall Stanford 45.54 (3/29/02) Markus Rogan Stanford 1:41.14 (3/30/02) Jeremy Linn Tennessee 51.86 (2/21/97) Brendan Hansen Texas 1:52.88 (3/30/02) Ian Crocker Texas 45.44 (3/29/02) Mark Dylla Georgia 1:41.46 (12/07/08) George Bovell Auburn 1:43.73 (2/28/04) Erik Vendt Southern Cal 3:40.65 (3/29/02) Bovell, Wochomurka Gibb, Bousquet Auburn 1:16.09 (2/28/04) Draganja, Ervin, Macedo, Ohlin California 2:50.01 (3/30/02) Lee, Castro, Kerekjarto, Keller Southern Cal 6:17.35 (3/29/02)

Sebastien Rouault Georgia 14:35.47 (2/18/08) Ryan Lochte Florida 45.19 (2005) Ryan Lochte Florida 1:38.29 (2005) Jeremy Linn Tennessee 51.86 (2/21/97) Neil Versfeld Georgia 1:52:07 (2/21/09) Ryan Lochte Florida 46.02 (2/17/06) Mark Dylla Georgia 1:42.23 (2/18/08) Ryan Lochte Florida 1:41.76 (2005) Ryan Lochte Florida 3:39.08 (2005) Bovell, Wochomurka, Lundquist, Bousquet Auburn 1:16.09 (2004) Cielo, Goodrich, Scheren, Puninski Auburn 2:50.49 (2008) Lochte, Townsend Hartley, Sioui Florida 6:16.25 (2005)

Simon Burnett Arizona 1:31.20 (3/24/06) Peter Vanderkaay Michigan 4:08.60 (3/23/06) Chris Thompson Michigan 8:44.11* (3/24/01) Chris Thompson Michigan 14:26.62 (3/24/01) Ryan Lochte Florida 44.60r (3/24/06) Tyler Clary Michigan 1:37.58 (3/28/09) Damir Dugonjic California 50.86 (3/27/09) Neil Versfeld Georgia 1:51.40 (3/28/09) Austin Staab Stanford 44.18 (3/27/09) Shaune Fraser Florida 1:40.75 (3/28/09) Brandon Ally Florida 1:40.49 (3/26/09) Tyler Clary Michigan 3:35.98 (3/27/09) Andkjaer, Louw, Norys, Targett Auburn 1:14.08 (3/26/09) Andkjaer, Louw, Norys, Targett Auburn 2:46.03 (2/21/09) Walters, Berens, McGinnis, Kleuh Texas 6:10.16 (3/27/09)

Michael Phelps Club Wolverine 1:32.08 (3/3/05) Peter Vanderkaay Michigan 4:08.54 (2/9/08) Erik Vendt Club Wolverine 8:36.49 (1/18/08) Chris Thompson Michigan 14:26.62 (3/24/01) Ryan Lochte Florida 44.60r (3/24/06) Ryan Lochte Florida 1:36.81 (12/1/07) Michael Alexandrov Northwestern 51.56 (3/25/07) Brendan Hansen Texas 1:51.71 (3/3/06) Ian Crocker Texas 44.72 (2/27/04) Michael Phelps Club Wolverine 1:39.70 (3/3/06) Ryan Lochte Florida 1:40.08 (11/29/07) Michael Phelps Club Wolverine 3:36.26 (3/02/06) Bal, Marshall, Schnell, O’Bryan Stanford 1:16.49 (3/28/02) Dusing, Crocker, Hannan, Rauch Texas 2:49.80 (3/24/01) Walters, Berens McGinnis, Kleuh Texas 6:10.16 (3/27/09)

Simon Burnett Arizona 1:31.20 (3/24/06) Peter Vanderkaay Michigan 4:08.54 (2/9/08) Erik Vendt Club Wolverine 8:36.49 (1/18/08) Chris Thompson Michigan 14:26.62 (3/24/01) Ryan Lochte Florida 44.60r (3/24/06) Tyler Clary Michigan 1:37.58 (3/28/09) Damir Dugonjic California 50.86 (3/27/09) Neil Versfeld Georgia 1:51.40 (3/28/09) Austin Staab Stanford 44.18 (3/27/09) Michael Phelps Club Wolverine 1:39.70 (3/3/06) Ryan Lochte Florida 1:40.08 (11/29/07) Tyler Clary Michigan 3:35.98 (3/27/09) Andkjaer, Louw, Norys, Targett Auburn 1:14.08 (3/26/09) Andkjaer, Louw, Norys, Targett Auburn 2:46.03 (2/21/09) Walters, Berens McGinnis, Kleuh Texas 6:10.16 (3/27/09)

200y MEDLEY RELAY

Spooner,Versfeld Dylla, Jennings 1:26.68 (2/18/09)

400y MEDLEY RELAY

Spooner,Versfeld Dylla, Arnold 3:08.46 (3/26/09)

1-meter DIVING (6) Dual/Invitational

Chris Colwill 440.20 (2/2/08)

Goodrich, Maras, Puninski, Targett Auburn 1:24.63 (2007) Lochte, Welch, Mangabeiria, Townsend Florida 3:07.87 (2005) —

White, Silva, Targett, Louw Auburn 1:22.36 (3/27/09) Wollach, Klein, McGill, Targett Auburn 3:01.39 (3/26/09) —

Peirsol, Hansen, Crocker, Walker Longhorn Aquatics 1:24.00 (3/2/06) Peirsol, Hansen, Crocker, Walker Longhorn Aquatics 3:02.47 (3/4/06) —

White, Silva, Targett, Louw Auburn 1:22.36 (3/27/09) Wollach, Klein, McGill, Targett Auburn 3:01.39 (3/26/09) —

1-meter DIVING (6) Championship

Chris Colwill 441.05 (2/16/06)

Drew Livingston Texas 442.70 (3/26/09) —

Chris Colwill 492.90 (1/26/08)

Chris Colwill Georgia 441.05 (2/16/06) —

3-meter DIVING (6) Dual/Invitational

3-meter DIVING (6) Championship

Chris Colwill 460.95 (3/24/06)

Wochomurka, Gangloff Bousquet, Gibb Auburn 1:25.40 (2/27/04) Marshall, Bruce, Westcott, Bal Stanford 3:06.81 (3/28/02) Chris Colwill Georgia 434.85 (12/1/07) Troy Dumais Texas 390.35 (2002) Chris Colwill Georgia 492.90 (1/26/08) —

Chris Colwill 380.70 (1/8/06)

Chris Colwill Georgia 380.70 (1/8/06)

David Boudia Purdue 493.10 (3/27/09) —

PLATFORM (6) Dual/Invitational

Chris Colwill Georgia 454.40 (2/17/06) —

PLATFORM (6) Championship

Chris Colwill 460.60 (2/29/08)

Dan Mazzaferro Auburn 444.65 (2/27/07)

David Boudia Purdue 530.45 (3/28/09)

^indicates relay leadoff * indicates distance split

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nCaa ChaMPions Courtney Shealy 50-meter freestyle: 24.80 100-meter freestyle: 53.99 100-meter backstroke: 58.66 Courtney Shealy, Stefanie Williams, Jennifer Mihalik, Maritza Correia 400-meter freestyle relay: 3:37.67 Courtney Shealy, Kristy Kowal Keegan Walkley, Maritza Correia 400-meter medley relay: 3:57.46

Reid Patterson

1953

Reid Patterson 100-yard freestyle: 50.50

1989

Erika Hansen 1,650-yard freestyle: 16:00.04

1995

Liesl Pimentel, Lisa Coole, Andrea Morrison, Heather Blackmon 200-yard free relay: 1:30.84

1996

Matt Buck 200-yard breaststroke: 1:56.62 Lisa Coole 100-yard butterfly: 54.21

1997

Kris Babylon 200-yard IM: 1:45.19

1998

Kristy Kowal 100-yard breaststroke: 59.05 200-yard breaststroke: 2:09.14

1999

Kristy Kowal 100-yard breaststroke: 59.29 200-yard breaststroke: 2:07.66 Julie Varozza 1,650-yard freestyle: 15:59.66 Keegan Walkley 200-yard backstroke: 1:53.63

2000

Maritza Correia 200-meter freestyle: 1:57.33 Kristy Kowal 100-meter breaststroke: 1:05.74 200-meter breaststroke: 2:22.05 200-meter individual medley: 2:10.69

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2001

Stefanie Williams, Julie Hardt Kim Black, Maritza Corriea 800-yard freestyle relay: 7:06.48

2002

Maritza Correia 50-yard freestyle: 21.69 100-yard freestyle: 47.56 Stefanie Williams, Neka Mabry Paige Kearns, Maritza Correia 200-yard freestyle relay: 1:53.79 Stefanie Williams, Neka Mabry Paige Kearns, Maritza Correia 400-yard freestyle relay: 3:13.79

2003

Maritza Correia 50-yard freestyle: 21.83 100-yard freestyle: 47.29 Mary DeScenza 200-yard butterfly: 1:53.51 Neka Mabry, Paige Kearns Samantha Arsenault, Maritza Correia 200-yard freestyle relay: 1:29.86 Robert Margalis 400-yard individual medley: 3:39.92

2004

Kara Lynn Joyce, Neka Mabry Andrea Georoff, Mary DeScenza 400-meter freestyle relay: 3:35.14 Neka Mabry, Sarah Poewe Mary DeScenza, Kara Lynn Joyce 400-meter medley relay: 3:56.48

Maritza Correia

Lisa Coole, Matt Buck

Mary DeScenza 200-meter butterfly: 2:06.02 Kara Lynn Joyce 50-meter freestyle: 24.24 100-meter freestyle: 53.15 Kara Lynn Joyce, Neka Mabry Paige Kearns, Andrea Georoff 200-meter freestyle relay: 1:37.27

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nCaa ChaMPions Kristin Shickora, Kelly McNichols, Lisa Caprioglio, Anne-Marie Botek 200-yard medley relay: 1:36.45

Kris Babylon

2005

2006

Mary DeScenza 100-yard butterfly: 52.11 200-yard butterfly: 1:54.19 Kara Lynn Joyce 50-yard freestyle: 21.97 100-yard freestyle: 47.50 Kara Lynn Joyce, Paige Kearns, Andrea Georoff, Amanda Weir 200-yard freestyle relay: 1:28.10 Kara Lynn Joyce, Paige Kearns, Mary DeScenza, Amanda Weir 400-yard freestyle relay: 3:13.56 Mary DeScenza, Kara Lynn Joyce, Elizabeth Hill, Amanda Weir 800-yard freestyle relay: 7:01.03 Samantha Arsenault, Sarah Poewe Mary DeScenza, Kara Lynn Joyce 200-yard medley relay: 1:37.81 Samantha Arsenault, Sarah Poewe, Mary DeScenza, Amanda Weir 400-yard medley relay: 3:33.89

2007

Kara Lynn Joyce 50-yard freestyle: 21.71 100-yard freestyle: 47.24

2008

Chris Colwill 1-meter diving: 407.25 points Sebastien Rouault 500-yard freestyle: 4:09.48 1,650-yard freestyle: 14:26.86 Gil Stovall 200-yard butterfly: 1:41.33

2009

Wendy Trott 1,650-yard freestyle: 15:45.49 Allison Schmitt 500-yard freestyle: 4:35.43 Troyden Prinsloo 1,650-yard freestyle: 14:30.91 Neil Versfeld 200-yard breaststroke: 1:51.40

Laura Conway 500-yard freestyle: 4:40.01 Mary DeScenza 100-yard butterfly: 51.56 200-yard butterfly: 1:53.78 Kara Lynn Joyce 50-yard freestyle: 21.63 100-yard freestyle: 47.41 200-yard freestyle: 1:43.96 Tricia Harm, Sarah Poewe, Mary DeScenza, Kara Lynn Joyce 200-yard medley relay: 1:37.24 Mary DeScenza, Jessica Cole, Claire Maust, Kara Lynn Joyce 800-yard freestyle relay: 7:03.75 Chris Colwill 1-meter diving: 407.10 points 3-meter diving: 460.95 points Sebastien Rouault 1,650-yard freestyle: 14:29.43

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seC ChaMPions 50-YARD FREESTYLE 1990 ........... Karla Mosdell .....................23.27 2000 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............22.44 2002 ........... Maritza Correia .................22.31 2003 ........... Maritza Correia .................21.92 2004 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce.................22.12 2005 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce.................21.91 2006 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce.................21.70 2007 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce.................21.73 2009 ........... Anne-Marie Botek ............21.90 100-YARD FREESTYLE 1997 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............49.00 1998 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............49.34 1999 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............48.86 2000 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............48.40 2001 ........... Maritza Correia .................49.05 2002 ........... Maritza Correia .................48.29 2003 ........... Maritza Correia .................47.49 2005 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce.................47.87 2006 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce.................47.67 2007 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce.................47.62 2009 ........... Morgan Scroggy ............... 47.88 200-YARD FREESTYLE 1997 ........... Courtney Shealy ............1:47.45 2000 ........... Maritza Correia ..............1:45.48 2001 ........... Stefanie Williams ............1:46.05 2002 ........... Stefanie Williams ............1:44.94 2006 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce..............1:43.54 2007 ........... Kara Lynn Joyce..............1:45.21 500-YARD FREESTYLE 1998 ........... Keegan Walkley ..............4:44.14 2000 ........... Maritza Correia ..............4:41.02 2006 ........... Laura Conway ................4:41.46 2007 ........... Claire Maust....................4:40.15 2009 ........... Allison Schmitt .............. 4:37.90 1,650-YARD FREESTYLE 1989 ........... Erika Hansen ................ 16:08.25 1997 ........... Julie Varozza.................. 16:17.39 1998 ........... Julie Varozza.................. 16:16.23 2000 ........... Maritza Correia ........... 16:09.83 2009 ........... Wendy Trott ................. 15:51.41 100-YARD BACKSTROKE 1998 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............54.18 1999 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............53.81 2000 ........... Courtney Shealy ...............52.50 2001 ........... Neka Mabry .......................54.64 200-YARD BACKSTROKE 1985 ........... Megan Bresnahan ...........2:01.41 1996 ........... Amanda Adkins...............1:57.08 1998 ........... Keegan Walkley ..............1:55.43 1999 ........... Keegan Walkley ..............1:55.91 2000 ........... Keegan Walkley ..............1:55.27 2001 ........... Keegan Walkley ..............1:55.39 2006 ........... Aleksandra Putra ...........1:55.56

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2007 ........... Aleksandra Putra............1:54.81

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200-METER BACKSTROKE (LC) 1992 ........... Paige Wilson....................2:15.86 100-YARD BREASTSTROKE 1986 ........... Lisa Geiger ......................1:05.60 1996 ........... Karen Rake ......................1:02.72 1997 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................1:01.33 1998 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................1:00.17 1999 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................1:00.13 2000 ........... Kristy Kowal ......................59.88 2004 ........... Sarah Poewe ...................1:00.07 200-YARD BREASTSTROKE 1986 ........... Lisa Geiger ......................2:19.02 1997 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................2:12.35 1998 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................2:10.29 1999 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................2:11.55 2000 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................2:09.27 100-YARD BUTTERFLY 1987 ........... Jennifer Ritins.....................55.66 1991 ........... Paige Wilson.......................54.95 1996 ........... Lisa Coole ..........................54.88 2003 ........... Mary DeScenza .................52.43 2004 ........... Mary DeScenza .................51.70 2005 ........... Mary DeScenza .................52.12 2006 ........... Mary DeScenza .................51.75 200-YARD BUTTERFLY 2003 ........... Mary DeScenza ..............1:54.80 2004 ........... Mary DeScenza ..............1:53.93 2005 ........... Mary DeScenza ..............1:53.51 2006 ........... Mary DeScenza ..............1:54.23 100-METER BUTTERFLY (LC) 1992 ........... Paige Wilson....................1:01.28 200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 2000 ........... Kristy Kowal ...................1:57.96 2006 ........... Mary DeScenza ..............1:57.96 400-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1989 ........... Erika Hansen ...................4:15.49 1991 ........... Sheila Taormina...............4:19.25 1998 ........... Keegan Walkley ..............4:09.50 1999 ........... Keegan Walkley ..............4:13.29 200-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY 1995 ....Pimentel, Coole, Morrison, Blackmon .... 1:32.00 1996 ... Pimentel, Coole, Bateman, Blackmon ....1:32.87 1997 ...Pimentel, Coole, Bateman, Shealy ... 1:31.28 1999 ...Williams, Kowal, Timmons, Shealy ... 1:30.98 2000 ...Williams, Kowal, Mihalik, Shealy ..... 1:30.43 2002 ...Williams, Mabry, Kearns, Correia... 1:29.86 2005 ...Joyce, Kearns, Georoff, Weir ........... 1:28.87 2006 ...Joyce, Harm, Guilkey, Cole .............. 1:30.18

400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY 1996 ...Coole, Pimentel, Rake, Blackmon ... 3:22.89 2000 ... Williams, Correia, Permenter, Shealy....3:15.69 2002 ...Williams, Mabry, Kearns, Correia... 3:15.20 2005 ...Weir, Kearns, DeScenza, Joyce........ 3:13.47 2006 ...DeScenza, Cole, A. Miller, Joyce ...... 3:15.67 800-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY 1998 ...Shealy, Timmons,Varozza, Walkley ....7:14.05 2000 ...Black, Williams, Mihalik, Correia .......7:10.43 2001 ...Williams, Hardt, Black, Correia .........7:06.81 2002 ...Williams, Kearns, Hardt, Correia ......7:06.90 2006 ...DeScenza, A. Miller, Cole, Joyce ........7:03.84 200-YARD MEDLEY RELAY 1995 ... Blackmon, Adams, Coole, Pimentel ...1:42.12 1996 ... LaSell, Rake, Coole, Blackmon ...........1:42.21 1999 ... Shealy, Kowal, Bateman, Williams.......1:39.28 2000 ... Keller, Kowal, Shealy, Williams ............1:38.28 2004 ... Mabry, Poewe, Georoff, Kearns..........1:38.99 2005 ... Arsenault, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce...1:38.21 2006 ... Harm, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce ..........1:37.78 400-YARD MEDLEY RELAY 1995 ...Weaver, Adams, Coole, Blackmon ... 3:43.03 1996 ...Adkins, Rake, Coole, Blackmon ...... 3:42.67 1997 ...Adkins, Kowal, Coole, Shealy......... 3:38.20 1999 ...Adkins, Kowal, Timmons, Shealy..... 3:39.22 2000 ...Shealy, Kowal, Williams, Correia..... 3:34.19 2004 ...Mabry, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce...... 3:33.75

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2005 ........... Sebastien Rouault ....... 14:41.20 2006 ........... Sebastien Rouault ....... 14:40.81 2007 ........... Sebastien Rouault........14:52.80 2008 ........... Sebastien Rouault........14:35.47 2009 ........... Troyden Prinsloo ........14:43.18 100-YARD BACKSTROKE 1952 ........... Reid Patterson..................1:00.1 1955 ........... Al Gentry ..........................1:04.7 1961 ........... Charles Gentry ................... 59.7 1994 ........... Robert Brewer ..................47.53 1998 ........... Robert Brewer ..................47.28 150-YARD BACKSTROKE* 1948 ........... Theyx Stewart ..................1:42.4 1949 ........... Theyx Stewart ..................1:40.7 200-YARD BACKSTROKE 1955 ........... Al Gentry ..........................2:25.0 1961 ........... Charles Gentry ................2:16.1 1997 ........... Robert Brewer ...............1:44.12 2001 ........... Marc Lindsay ...................1:42.53 100-YARD BREASTSTROKE 1950 ........... Bill Volk ...............................1:03.7 1951 ........... Charles Guyer ..................1:02.6 1952 ........... Charles Guyer ..................1:01.3 1966 ........... Dick Bryant .......................1:03.1 1967 ........... Dick Bryant .......................1:02.0 1994 ........... Michael Norment .............54.35 2009 ........... Neil Versfedl .......................52.23

1953 ........... Marshall Floyd...................1:39.7 1954 ........... Marshall Floyd...................1:38.2 200-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1956 ........... Hal Stoltz ...........................2:23.9 1957 ........... Frank Eberhart .................2:31.1 1965 ........... Roy Hall .............................2:07.1 400-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1965 ........... Roy Hall .............................4:37.1 1999 ........... Kris Babylon ....................3:46.76 1998 ........... Beau Wiebel ....................3:49.37 1999 ........... Beau Wiebel ....................3:48.41 2006 ........... Sebastien Rouault ..........3:44.18 400-METER INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY (LC) 1992 ........... Steve Mortimer ..............4:25.32 1-METER DIVING 1949 ........... Horace Sasser ..................... N/A 1950 ........... Horace Sasser ..................... N/A 1951 ........... Bob Hirschberg ................... N/A 1952 ........... Steve Mitakis ....................457.90 1953 ........... Steve Mitakis ....................512.35 1965 ........... Dan Garteiz .....................448.40 1966 ........... Billy Ray Schmidt .............468.70 1967 ........... Billy Ray Schmidt .............433.15 1998 ........... Jud Campbell ....................550.60 1999 ........... Jud Campbell ....................571.00 2000 ........... Jud Campbell ....................582.60 2005 ........... Chris Colwill ....................378.90 2006 ........... Chris Colwill ....................441.05

200-YARD BREASTSTROKE 1951 ........... Charles Henniger.............2:33.2 1952 ........... Charles Guyer ..................2:26.0 1955 ........... Hal Stoltz ...........................2:29.3 1956 ........... Hal Stoltz ...........................2:32.1 1967 ........... Chuck Wyatt .....................2:22.2 1993 ........... Gabe Vazquez ..................1:59.32 1994 ........... Gabe Vazquez ..................1:58.07 1996 ........... Matt Buck ........................1:59.50 2002 ........... Kyle Salyards ...................1:56.72 2003 ........... Kyle Salyards ...................1:55.67 2009 ........... Neil Versfedl ....................1:52.07

3-METER DIVING 1949 ........... Horace Sasser ..................... N/A 1951 ........... Bob Hirschberg ................... N/A 1952 ........... Steve Mitakis ....................544.95 1953 ........... Steve Mitakis ....................492.10 1964 ........... Billy Ray Schmidt .............430.95 1965 ........... Dan Garteiz .....................478.75 1966 ........... Billy Ray Schmidt .............437.90 1967 ........... Billy Ray Schmidt .............462.56 2005 ........... Chris Colwill ....................627.30 2006 ........... Chris Colwill ....................419.80

100-YARD BUTTERFLY 1965 ........... Bo Holland ........................... 55.6

PLATFORM DIVING 2006 ........... Chris Colwill ....................432.75

1,500-METER FREESTYLE (LC) 1957 ........... Jimmy Bankston ..............20:45.9 1959 ........... Jimmy Bankston ..............20:43.7

200-YARD BUTTERFLY 1955 ........... Hal Stoltz ...........................2:27.5 1956 ........... Hal Stoltz ...........................2:27.2 1994 ........... Mats Rasmusson ............1:46.29 1997 ........... Heath Edwards ...............1:44.74 2008 ........... Mark Dylla .......................1:42.23 2009 ........... Mark Dylla .......................1:41.71

400-YARD FREESTYLE RELAY 1939 ......Ashford, Fries, Erwin, Walters....3:48.2 1950 ......Stock, Cousins, Fisch, Cooper ...3:44.1 1952 ......Sligh, Johns, Parrott, Cooper ......3:44.5 1961 ......Ludwig, Lockerman, Gentry, Pinkerton3:30.6

1,650-YARD FREESTYLE 1997 ........... Beau Wiebel ................. 15:02.92 1998 ........... Reeve Irvin ................... 15:02.41 2002 ........... Robert Margalis........... 15:03.97

150-YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY* 1949 ........... Theyx Stewart ..................1:35.4 1951 ........... Charles Guyer ..................1:39.5 1952 ........... Charles Guyer ..................1:38.3

440-YARD FREESTYLE* 1952 ........... Reid Patterson..................5:01.2 1957 ........... Jimmy Bankston ................4:56.4 500-YARD FREESTYLE 1993 ........... Tim Herwig .....................4:23.40 1998 ........... Reeve Irvin ......................4:19.41 2003 ........... Robert Margalis..............4.17.99 2005 ........... Sebastien Rouault ..........4:15.00 2006 ........... Sebastien Rouault ..........4:12.90 2007 ........... Sebastien Rouault ..........4:17.59 2008 ........... Sebastien Rouault ..........4:13.75 2009 ........... Troyden Prinsloo ...........4:18.14

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300-YARD MEDLEY RELAY* 1950 ......Averett,Volk, Cooper ..................3:08.8 1951 ......Sligh, Guyer, Fisch .........................3:06.0 1953 ......Terry, Stolz, Floyd .........................3:03.2 *Discontinued SEC Championship events

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all-aMeriCans Rank 1.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 13. 14.

18.

23. 25. 28.

34.

39.

43.

50.

56.

67.

Name Courtney Shealy Stefanie Williams Mary DeScenza Kara Lynn Joyce Maritza Correia Lisa Coole Kristy Kowal Paige Wilson Heather Blackmon Keegan Walkley Ashley Roby Sarah Poewe Neka Mabry Liesl Pimentel Beth Timmons Kelly McNichols Aleksandra Putra Amanda Adkins Julie Hardt Sheila Taormina Karla Mosdell Paige Kearns Julie Varozza Kathy Coffin Alison Orr Annika Nilsson Jessica Cole Beth Cuddeback Malin Gustavsson Sonja Leiter Jennifer Ritins Samantha Arsenault Anna Miller Christine Keller Jody Stetson Claire Maust Morgan Scroggy Chelsea Nauta Carol Downey Jamie Skinner Laura Conway Tricia Harm Pia Westeson Lisa Geiger Linda Leith Katie Yevak Lindsey Ertter Amanda Weir Elizabeth Hill Ann Fitzgerald Megan Bresnahan Christine Stephenson Kalli Quinn Melissa Klein Anne-Marie Botek Kim Black Sarah Miller Susan Andra Karen Hill Kara Manglitz Laura Adams Mary Jane Billheimer Virginia Diederich Susan Suwalski Andrea Georoff Karen Guilkey Melissa Bateman

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Seasons 1997-98-99-00 1999-00-01-02 2003-04-05-06 2004-05-06-07 2000-01-02-03 1994-95-96-97 1997-98-99-00 1990-91-92-93 1993-94-95-96 1998-99-00-01 1999-00-01-02 2003-04-05-06 2001-02-03-04 1995-96-97-98 1997-98-99 2007-08-09 2006-07-08-09 1996-97-98-99 2001-02-03-04 1988-89-90-91 1987-88-89-90 2002-03-04-05 1996-97-98-99 1986-87 1981-82 1991-92-93-94 2006-07-08 1981-82-83 1990-91-92 1991-92-93-94 1986-87-88-89 2003-04-05 2005-06-07-08 1999-00-01-02 1981-82-84 2005-06-07 2008-09 2008-09 1981-82-83 1998-99-00-01 2004-05-06 2004-05-06 1991-92-93-94 1983-84-85-86 1985-86-87-88 2002-04-05 2002-03-04-05 2005 2005-06-08 1982 1984-85 1992-93-94 1987-88-89 2004-05-07 2007-08-09 2000-01 1996-97-99 1985-86-87 1987-88 1995-97-98 1992-93 1982 1984-85-86 1988-89 2004-05 2006-07 1996-97-99

AA 26 24 27 27 25 19 22 8 11 13 12 15 13 13 12 9 8 12 8 4 2 11 11 8 9 5 9 9 2 2 2 7 7 6 5 5 9 8 5 4 7 6 2 1 1 5 4 6 5 3 2 2 1 1 5 4 4 3 3 3 2 2 0 0 3 1 4

HM 2 4 1 1 2 7 2 13 8 3 4 1 2 1 2 5 6 1 5 9 11 2 1 4 2 6 3 1 8 8 8 3 3 3 4 4 0 1 3 4 1 2 5 6 6 2 3 1 2 3 4 4 5 5 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 5 5 2 4 0

Total 28 28 28 28 27 26 24 21 19 16 16 16 15 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 4

Lauren Gettel Katie Permenter Allison Schmitt Jennifer Mihalik Erika Hansen Deanne Burnett Mary Lubawski Libba Newman 76. Andrea Morrison Barbie Sumner Annie Broome Kelly Frazer Danielle Kennedy Michelle McKeehan Peggy Rothenbach Hannah Moore Kathleen Doolan Allyson Farquhar Ann Martin Laura Thomas Nicole Schrader Haley Chura Stephanie Carr Courtney Monsees 92. Helena Aberg Ashley Whitney Becky Wilson Tammy Crystal Kelsey Ditto Susan Henderson Tanya Philbeck Kristen Shickora Caroline Woodcock Lee Ann Fletcher Buffy Nelson Lisa Ryan Maggie West Mhyria Miller Lisa Caprioglio Wendy Trott 108. Angela Brekke Colleen Haase Judy Jaeger Jessica Knapp Leslie Place Julie Weaver Melissa Bartlett Kerry Bentzlin Stephanie Buck Margarita Cabrera Susanne Dahlstrom Missy Faucette Morgan Fleming Annie Jones Lauren King Karen McIntyre Rachel Myco Karen Rake Jenny Rogers Linn Thorburn Heidi Walker Laura Walker Beth Grams Gretchen Corliss Erica Malag贸n Totals 132 athletes

2003 1999-00-01 2009 2000 1989 1986-87-88 1985-86-87 1982 1992-95 1982 2008-09 1996-97 1993-95 2009 1987-88-90 2008-09 1984-85-86 1982 1989 1984-85 1998-00 2004-05-06 2005-06 2008-09 1991 1999 2000 1999 2008 1985-86 1992 2009 1991 1989-90 1994 1989 1990 2009 2009 2009 1987 2009 1981 1995 1996 1995 2000 1984 2000 1988 1984 1998 2000 1986 2001 1985 2004 1998 1996 2001 1992 1982 2006 2006 2009 29 years

4 4 4 3 2 1 1 1 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 577

0 0 0 1 2 3 3 3 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 314

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 891

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all-aMeriCans Rank 1. 2. 4.

7. 8.

11. 13.

17. 18.

21.

26.

30.

33.

Name Robert Brewer Kris Babylon John Stratman Michael Norment Marc Lindsay Robert Margalis Peter Verhoef Heath Edwards Sebastien Rouault Gil Stovall Atiba Wade Chris Colwill Beau Wiebel Jason Gagnon Kyle Salyards Scott Gardner James Griffin Matt Buck Mark Dylla Jud Campbell Troyden Prinsloo Neil Versfeld Matt Brado Hakan Karlsson Nathan Bibliowicz Reid Patterson Nicolas Kintz Mats Rasmusson Peter Osborn Allan Murray Paul McQuaid Chris Murray Matt Booth Chris Read

Seasons 1993-94-97-98 1996-97-98 1996-97-98-00 1994-95-97-98 1999-00-01-02 2002-03-04-05 2003-04-05-06 1995-96-97-00 2005-06-07-08 2005-06-07-8 1996-97-99 2004-05-06-08 1997-98-99-00 1999-00-02 2001-02-03-04 2002-03-04-05 1998-99-00 1996-97-98 2008-09 1998-99-00-01 2008-09 2006-07, 2009 2002-03 1992-93-94 2006-07-08 1952-53-54 1999-02 1992-93-94 2002-03-04-05 1992-93 1992-93-94 1999-00 1994-95-96 1998-00

AA 5 8 3 8 4 11 0 5 9 2 1 11 5 1 5 0 0 4 2 3 4 3 0 0 1 6 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

HM 16 9 14 8 12 5 15 8 4 11 11 1 6 10 6 11 10 5 7 6 3 4 7 7 6 0 5 6 6 4 5 5 4 4

Chris Colwill and Sebastien Rouault (above)

Total 21 17 17 16 16 16 15 13 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 10 9 9 9 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4

Gabe Vazquez Josh Laban Matthew Owen 38. Todd Avery Peter Benner Barry Wynn Curt Barnes Lester Carrodeguas Randy Lam Jonathan Schmidt Cameron Hollinger Chris Spooner 47. Charles Guyer Andrew Mahaney Peter O’Sullivan Damian Alleyne Andy DeVooght Alex Greenberg Jamie Gyde Tim Herwig Reeve Irvin Genya Gouzeev Bill Cregar Ashley Oliver 59. Charles Cooper Kris Daugherty Yoav Gath Hal Stolz Bill Volk Dick Bryant Carlton DeVooght Danny Garteiz Vince Giambalvo Will Giambalvo Trey Hart Brady Head Gabe Lindsey Steve Mortimer Vicktor Olsson Chad Patterson Brian Scannell Michael Cellini Joe Redmon Joe Smutz Michael Arnold Craig Jennings Todd McGraw Totals 81 athletes

1993-94-95 2004-05 2003-04-05-06 2003-04 2009 1993-97 1989-90 1988-89 2001-02-03 2005 2005-07 2008-09 1951-52 2002 1989-90 2003 1995 1998-99 1994 1993-94 1998-00 2006-07 2008-09 2008 1952 2003 1999 1955 1950 1967 1993 1965 1993 1989 1998 1993 1999 1992 1989 1993 2002 2007 2007 2007 2009 2009 2009 29 years

0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 117

4 4 3 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 313

4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 430

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GeorGia’s letterwinners —A — Jeannette Aasland ........................... 1979-80 Wan Abdullah ...................... 1995-96-97-99 Helena Aberg..........................................1992 James Adams...........................................1966 Laura Adams ........................ 1992-93-94-95 Ed Aderholt ..................................... 1947-48 Amanda Adkins ................... 1996-97-98-99 Claudia Alegre ........................................1993 Amy Allen ................................................1984 Damien Alleyne ................... 2003-04-05-06 Pinckney Alston .....................................1957 John Aneralla ....................... 1981-82-83-84 David Anderson .............................. 1985-86 John Anderson .......................................1991 Pres Anderson........................................1970 Robert Anderson ..................................1926 Susan Andra ......................... 1984-85-86-87 Carl Andrews .........................................1971 Chris Antonini ..................... 1997-98-99-00 Jessie Armistead................. 1973-74-75-76 Richie Armond ................................ 1999-00 J.P. Arnold ................................................2007 Michael Arnold .......................................2009 Steve Arnold ...........................................1966 Val Arnold ............................ 1953-54-55-56 Jon Aron ........................................... 1996-97 Tim Aron .......................................... 1996-97 Samantha Arsenault ................. 2003-04-05 Mike Aselton.............................. 1985-86-87 Clint Ashford ..........................................1970 John Ashford .............................. 1937-38-39 Woodson Ashford.................................1942 Teri Atkins ...............................................1979 James Atkinson.......................... 2006-07-08 Sam Atkinson................................... 1933-34 Todd Avery........................... 2002-03-04-05 Jack Avrett........................................ 1949-50 John Axton ..............................................1942 —B— Kris Babylon ........................ 1996-97-98-99 Alex Bailey ..............................................1980 Justus Baird ................................ 1962-63-64 Jonathan Ballew............................... 1991-92 Charles Bankston ........................... 1959-60 James Bankston......................... 1957-58-59 Jill Barber.............................. 1992-93-94-95 Randy Barber ...................... 1986-87-88-89 Scott Barber ...........................................1987 William Barbot ............................... 1961-62 Curt Barnes ............................... 1988-89-90 Harry Barnes ................................... 1941-42 Henry Barnes .................................. 1941-42 Louis Barnes ........................ 1983-84-85-86 Aurelius Barnett ....................... 1939-40-41 Marion Barnett ............................... 1954-55 Stephen Barnett.....................................1926 Tim Barrett ...................................... 2008-09 Melissa Bartlett ............................... 2000-01 Trevor Basil .............................................1998 Erika Bass ......................................... 1991-92 Steve Bass ............................ 1977-78-79-80 Brooke Bassham ................. 2002-03-04-05 Melissa Bateman ................. 1996-97-98-99 Buddy Battey ................................... 1947-49 Jack Bauerle ......................... 1971-72-73-74 Peter Bauerle ............................ 1960-61-62 Julian Baxter, Jr................................. 1934-35 Don Bear.................................................1989 Charles Beeson......................................1958 Alison Bell ...............................................1994 John Ray Bell...........................................1958 Joe Benjamin ........................ 1985-86-87-88 Peter Benner ..........................................2009 Jim Benson ................................. 1978-79-80 Kerry Bentzlin ..................... 1983-84-85-86

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Dan Berg .................................................1985 Ozzie Bie .................................................1926 Nathan Bibliowicz .............. 2005-06-07-08 Mary Jane Bilheimer ...................... 1982-83 James Black .............................................1967 Kim Black ......................................... 2000-01 Wilbur Blackman...................... 1932-33-34 Heather Blackmon ............. 1993-94-95-96 James Blade.............................................1967 Thomas Blakely ......................... 1957-58-59 Owen Blank ............................................2009 Jason Bloom..................................... 2000-02 Brian Bluestein ................................ 1979-80 Lynn Boling ................................ 1967-68-69 Emmitt Bondurant ................... 1956-57-58 Crenshaw Bonner .......................... 1935-36 Matthew Booth................... 1993-94-95-96 Anne-Marie Botek.................... 2007-08-09 Spencer Boyd ............................ 1953-54-55 Ricky Brackett ..................... 1978-79-80-81 Karly Brooks ............................. 2006-07-08 Annie Broome ................................ 2008-09 Tommy Bradbury...................................1965 Cindy Bradford ......................................1979 Lee Bradford ..........................................1968 Ross Bradford ..................... 1970-71-72-73 Matt Brado....................................... 2002-03

Craig Butler ............................... 1961-62-63 —C— Christina Cabrera .................................1992 Margarita Cabrera.............. 1985-86-87-88 Grace Cagle..................................... 2002-03 John Cahill.................................. 1967-68-69 Ken Calendar .................................. 1968-69 Tom Callahan..........................................1964 Cyrus Campbell .....................................1972 John-Ben Campbell ............ 1995-96-97-98 Jud Campbell ....................... 1998-99-00-01 Hyrum Candland ...................................1996 Asa Candler ............................... 1934-35-36 Asa Candler, Jr. .......................................1963 Armand Cantor .....................................1935 Lisa Caprioglio .......................... 2007-08-09 James Carlisle .................................. 1960-63 Stephanie Carr ................................ 2005-06 Ron Carreker ............................ 1962-63-64 Lester Carrodeguas ........... 1986-87-88-89 Tommy Carroll.......................................1992 Austen Carter........................... 2006-07-08 Colby Carter..........................................2002 Lauren Cartwright ......................... 2008-09 Mike Casper ...........................................1967 Michael Cellini..................... 2004-05-06-07 Cathy Chapman .....................................1979

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Robert Bramerel ............................ 1956-57 Jack Brail..................................................1947 Emily Bray ...............................................1999 Chris Brearton.......................................1991 Angie Brekke ....................... 1986-87-88-89 Megan Bresnahan ..................................1986 Chris Brettner .......................................1975 Robert Brewer.................... 1993-94-97-98 Bob Brown........................... 1973-74-75-76 Don Brown .............................................1953 Graves Brown ........................... 1947-48-49 Dave Brumby....................... 1972-73-74-75 Dick Bryant ............................... 1965-66-67 Ginger Bryant ................................. 1980-81 Lexie Bryant .............................. 2007-08-09 Matt Buck................................... 1996-97-98 Stephanie Buck ................... 2000-01-02-03 Deanne Burnett .................. 1986-87-88-89 Landon Burnette ...................................2007 Caroline Burns .......................................2002 Rod Burns ........................................ 1987-88 Jackson Burpee ......................... 1961-62-63 Melanie Burt ...........................................1983 Jack Burton .......................... 1975-76-77-78 Lora Busino ..................................... 1980-81

Ashley Chandler ....................................2000 Kate Childress .................... 1998-99-00-01 Haley Chura ........................ 2004-05-06-07 A. Gus Cleveland ...................................1937 Joe Cleveland..........................................1966 Kathy Coffin .................................... 1986-87 Martin Cohen.................................. 1960-61 Candy Colby.................................... 1985-86 Jessica Cole.......................... 2006-07-08-09 Tracy Collett ....................... 1989-90-91-92 Chris Colwill ....................... 2004-05-06-08 Joe Connolly ...........................................1986 Laura Conway ..................... 2003-04-05-06 Andy Cook .............................................1983 Connie Cook .........................................1981 Frank Cook ............................................1966 Lisa Coole ............................ 1994-95-96-97 Bobby Cooper .......................................1952 Charles Cooper........................ 1950-51-52 Sam Corey ..............................................1938 Gretchen Corliss................ 2004-05-06-07 Maritza Correia .................. 2000-01-02-03 Tommy Cousins .............................. 1950-51 Brandon Cover ................... 2001-02-03-04 Dean Covington ....................... 1935-36-37

Steve Cox......................................... 1982-83 William Crane........................................1954 Ralph Crawford .....................................1958 Bill Cregar ........................................ 2008-09 Tammy Crystal .......................................1999 Beth Cuddeback ....................... 1981-82-83 Laurice Cupstid .....................................1985 Ranger Curran .......................................1968 Don Currie .............................................1980 Jimmy Curtis...........................................1937 —D— Susanne Dahlstrom ...............................1984 Jim Daley .................................................1951 Tanis Darling.................................... 1991-92 Kris Daugherty ................... 2000-01-02-03 Ryan Daugherty .................. 1998-99-00-01 Harry Davis ............................................1941 Mark Davis ....................................... 1989-90 Scot Davis ............................ 2000-01-02-03 Gerry Deleski ........................................1948 Jurgen Dersch ........................................1988 Mary DeScenza ................... 2003-04-05-06 Brian Deutsch ........................... 1989-90-91 Andy DeVooght .................. 1994-95-96-97 Carlton DeVooght ............. 1990-91-92-93 Don Dicer........................................ 1989-90 Virginia Diederich .............. 1983-84-85-86 Karen Dierks ................................... 2004-05 Chuck Dimling ................................ 1969-70 Jennifer Dimmick ...................................1984 Kelsey Ditto..................................... 2008-09 Steve Dixon ............................................1962 Erin Dobeck .................................... 2008-09 Mark Dodd .............................................1984 Kathleen Doolan ................ 1983-84-85-86 Richard Dorschel ........................... 1966-67 Ed Dottery................................. 1939-40-41 Carol Downey ................................ 1982-83 Joseph Dromsky ....................... 1982-83-84 Matt DuBois ...........................................2002 Leroy Dukes ...........................................1965 Dutch Dumbroff ....................... 1954-55-56 Tim Duncan ............................................1963 Brian Dunham ................................. 2000-01 Dana Dycus ............................... 1979-80-81 Eugene Dykes.........................................1942 Mark Dylla ....................................... 2008-09 Howard Dyrdahl ...................... 1957-58-59 —E— Frank Eberhart.......................... 1955-56-57 Tim Eddy .......................................... 1978-79 Joe Edel ....................................................1949 Matt Edging .............................................2004 Bob Edwards ................................... 1947-48 Heath Edwards ................... 1995-96-97-00 Coke Ellington .......................... 1963-64-65 Matt Elliott ..............................................1990 Lamar Ellis ........................................ 1958-59 David Ellwanger .................. 1975-76-77-78 Deke Ellwanger ................... 1975-76-77-78 Gregg Ellwanger ................. 1978-79-80-81 Kevin Emry .............................................1980 Lauren English ........................................2008 Scott Epps .................................. 1926-27-28 Oyvind Eriksen ......................................1980 Lindsey Ertter ..................... 2002-03-04-05 Goodloe Erwin ......................... 1938-39-40 Howell Erwin .................................. 1937-38 Mike Esposito .........................................1983 —F— Robert Fachinetti ............... 1989-90-91-92 Steve Farnau .................................... 1989-90 Allyson Farquhar ............................ 1982-83 Missy Faucette .................... 1996-97-98-99 Frank Faulk .............................................1947 Neal Fendig ...................................... 1949-50

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GeorGia’s letterwinners Patricia Fernandez .................................1983 Eric Ferrara.............................................1988 Scott Ferrel.......................... 1984-85-86-87 Ginger Fields ....................... 1994-95-96-97 Steven Fingalson ............................. 1989-90 Bill Fisch............................................ 1950-51 Abigail Fish ..............................................2009 Ann Fitzgerald ..................... 1980-81-82-83 Kevin Fix ..................................... 1991-92-93 Andy Flatt................................................1972 David Fleischman...................... 2001-02-03 Morgan Fleming .................. 1999-00-01-02 Reid Fleming ........................ 1990-91-92-93 Lee Ann Fletcher ................ 1988-89-90-91 Marshall Floyd ................................. 1953-54 Jonathan Foggin................... 1990-91-92-93 Walter Forbes........................................1926 Eric Fors ............................... 1990-91-92-93 Erin Forster ..................................... 2005-06 Al Foster .................................................1967 Tony Frangello................................. 1989-90 Kevin Frankenfeld ........................... 2008-09 Omer Franklin .......................................1937 Kelly Frazer.......................... 1994-95-96-97 Kit French ............................ 2006-07-08-09 Marc Friedman .................... 1984-85-86-87 James Fries ................................. 1939-40-41 Kristen Frost ..........................................2007 Mike Fung-A-Wing ............. 1998-99-00-01 Julie Futtrell ............................................1987 —G— Josh Gaffney............................................1992 Jason Gagnon ...................... 1999-00-01-02 Chuck Galis ............................................1962 Denny Galis ......................... 1954-55-56-57 Scott Gardner ..................... 2002-03-04-05 Ed Garland ..............................................1961 Danny Garteiz........................................1965 Yoav Gath ................................................1999 Jack Gayle................................................2000 Lisa Geiger ........................... 1983-84-85-86 Derek Gelber .........................................1999 Al Gentry ................................................1955 Charles Gentry ......................... 1960-61-62 Andrea Georoff .............................. 2004-05 Gerry Gerard.........................................1971 Lauren Gettel .........................................2003 Vince Giambalvo............................. 1991-92 Will Giambalvo ................... 1986-87-88-89 Gardner Gidley ............................... 1949-50 Hans Gillan ...................................... 2006-07 Jeff Ginn ...................................................1993 Patrick Gispert ......................................1998 Michelle Glowatch ................................1999 Hugh Gordon.........................................1932 Pat Goslee ..............................................1979 Genya Gouzeev .................. 2004-05-06-07 Steven Grade............................. 2006-07-08 Tom Grady..............................................1986 Chester Graham ............................ 1962-63 Beth Grams ......................... 2003-04-05-06 Tom Grant ..............................................1982 Leon Grayson.........................................1928 Kevin Greaney................................. 1976-77 Keith Green ............................................1991 Richmond Green ............................ 2008-09 Alex Greenberg .................. 1996-97-98-99 Kevin Greer ......................... 1984-85-86-87 Bev Greve ...............................................1979 Ted Greve ............................ 1976-77-78-79 John Grider...................................... 1961-62 Andy Griffin ......................... 1994-95-96-97 Jennifer Griffeth .............................. 1990-91 James Griffin ........................ 1997-98-99-00 Randy Grimes ........................................1981 Henry Grissino ................... 1974-75-76-77

Lauren Groblewski ............ 2005-06-07-08 Beth Grohman ................................ 1989-90 Karen Guilkey ..................... 2005-06-07-08 Robert Gurnett .....................................1983 Malin Gustavsson ..................... 1990-91-92 Charles Guyer................................. 1951-52 Jamie Gyde....................................... 1994-95 —H — Colleen Haase................................. 2008-09 Bud Haines..............................................1935 Wedde Haire ..........................................1979 Ralph Hairston .......................................1958 Chandra Haislet.............................. 1989-90 Roy Hall ............................................ 1964-65 Shane Hall ...............................................2009 Larry Hamrick................................. 1959-60 Tonya Hancock ......................................1982 Matt Hand ........................................ 1990-91 Anne Hanna......................... 1994-95-96-97 Courtney Hanna................. 1994-95-96-97 Erika Hansen ..........................................1989 Reid Hanson .............................. 1976-77-78 Jim Hardee ....................................... 1949-50 Nat Hardin..............................................1936 Julie Hardt ............................ 2001-02-03-04 Tricia Harm .......................... 2003-04-05-06 James Harris .................................... 1928-29 Jim Harris ................................... 1950-51-52 David Harrison ......................................1968 Richard Harrison ................ 1966-67-68-69 Bill Harsh.................................................1954 Trey Hart.............................. 1997-98-99-00 Pam Harwood ................................. 1993-94 Willie Hatcher .......................................1926 Morton Hausborg .................................1981 Bill Hayes .................................................1957 Jack Hazen ........................... 1969-70-71-72 August Head...........................................1958 Brady Head .......................... 1990-91-92-93 Brian Head ..............................................1954 John Hebner ...........................................1983 Hal Heckman............................. 1951-52-53 Mike Heinen ........................ 1974-75-76-77 Ashley Henderson ................... 1991-92-93 Susan Henderson ..................... 1985-86-87 Charles Henninger ............. 1950-51-52-53 Kevin Hensley ................................. 2006-07 Sara Hershman ......................... 2004-05-06 Tim Herwig ......................... 1991-92-93-94 Blynne Higgins ........................................1979 Elizabeth Hill........................ 2005-06-07-08 Karen Hill ......................................... 1987-88 Marson “Happy” Hill .......... 1953-54-55-56 Bob Hirschberg......................... 1949-50-51 Trevor Hodges .......................... 1987-88-89 Fred Hodgson ................................. 1931-32 Hutchins Hodgson ......................... 1933-34 John Hodgson ........................... 1928-29-30 Morton Hodgson, Jr. ...................... 1932-33 Ned Hodgson............................ 1933-34-35 Bo Holland ................................. 1965-66-67 Pope Holliday .........................................1942 Cameron Hollinger ............ 2004-05-06-07 Howell Hollis..........................................1938 James Holmes ........................... 1955-56-57 Jim Holmes .............................................1968 Mark Holmes .................................. 1992-93 Bryan Holwell ........................... 1998-99-01 Charles Howell ......................................1967 Bobby Hooks .................................. 1928-29 Eugene Hoppenstein ..................... 1932-33 Tom Hopper .............................. 1932-33-34 Rick Horrocks........................................1990 Cathy Houck ..........................................1982 David Howard........................... 1982-83-84 Taylor Hoynes ..................... 1928-28-30-31

Harger Hoyt ........................ 1974-75-76-77 Rick Hoyt ............................. 1983-84-85-86 Howard Hudson....................................1934 Jimmy Hudson ................................. 1940-41 Wilson Hudson .....................................1941 Trey Huffman................................... 1987-88 Cliff Hugant ............................................1948 Mary Hughes ..........................................1979 Mike Hughes...........................................1979 Jere Huggins............................................1960 Tommy Huhn..........................................1991 Harvey Humphries............. 1976-77-78-79

Martin Kata...................................... 2008-09 Julia Kaye .................................................1986 Paige Kearns ........................ 2002-03-04-05 Patrick Keating .......................... 1983-84-85 Christine Keller .................. 1999-00-01-02 Danielle Kennedy ..................... 1992-93-94 Bob Kidd .......................................... 1954-55 Alyssa Kiel...............................................2006 Jack King ........................................... 1982-83 Lauren King ............................................2001 Nicolas Kintz ....................... 1999-00-01-02 Ben Kirbo................................................1981

Neka Mabry Marci Humphries...................................1971 Mark Hunt ..............................................1976 Emily Hunter ....................... 2004-05-06-07 Christie Hupman ................ 2003-04-05-06 — I-J — Ignacio Ibarguen.................. 1982-83-84-85 Reeve Irvin ................................. 1998-99-00 Bill Jachthuber ..................... 1980-81-82-83 Craig Jacobi ............................................1985 Jim Jacobi .......................................... 1986-87 John Jacobi ..............................................1981 Dave Jacobson..................... 1979-80-81-82 Jim Jacobson ........................ 1977-78-79-80 Judy Jaeger ....................................... 1981-82 Jeff Jakubecy ..................................... 1994-95 Debbie James ...................... 2000-01-02-03 James Jarboe ...........................................1964 Frankmin Jefferson ................................1933 Craig Jennings............................ 2007-08-09 Carlton Jester ........................................1926 Angus Jno-Baptiste ................................2006 Alan Joel ..................................................1980 Liz Johanson..................................... 1979-80 Paul John..................................................1952 Bernard Johnson ....................... 1929-30-31 Chip Johnson ....................... 1982-83-84-85 Don Johnson ..........................................1962 Hillary Johnson ......................... 1998-99-00 Jimpsey Johnson .....................................1959 Lyman Johnson .......................................1957 Allen Jones ..............................................1968 Annie Jones...................................... 1985-86 Bolling Jones ...........................................1937 David Jones .............................................1991 Julie Jones ................................................1981 Robert Jones ..........................................1933 Slaton Jones ............................................1938 Kara Lynn Joyce .................. 2004-05-06-07 —K— Leon Kahn.................................. 1933-34-35 David Kalange ........................................1993 Joseph Kapurch ................... 2005-06-07-08 Ron Kane ............................. 1975-76-77-78 Hakan Karlsson......................... 1992-93-94

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Howard Kirk ............................. 1968-69-70 Paul Kirkland ..........................................1953 Jimmy Klein ................................ 1967-68-69 Melissa Klein........................ 2004-05-06-07 Robert Klein...........................................1963 Magne Klemensten ...............................1981 Jessica Knapp ................................... 1995-96 Yorham Kochavy ....................................1981 Liz Kochman ...........................................1994 Kristen Kosola .................... 1993-94-95-96 Kristy Kowal ........................ 1997-98-99-00 Nat Krumbein ........................... 1934-35-36 Brian Kunkler .........................................1988 Rob Kurbes.......................... 1983-84-85-86 —L— Josh Laban .................................. 2003-04-05 John LaRosch..........................................1962 Ashley LaSell.............................. 1996-97-98 Hunter Lainhart ........................ 2007-08-09 Randy Lam ........................... 2001-02-03-04 Sam Lamback..........................................1929 Laura Lancaster .............................. 1987-88 Jamie Landrio .........................................1998 Sky Lantz-Wagner .......................... 1998-99 Kathy Larkin ...........................................1983 Mikey Larmoyeux ............... 2006-07-08-09 Karen Lasky ............................................1997 James Lavender ............................... 2008-09 Ignacio Lavin ...........................................1983 Ramon Lavin ........................ 1982-83-84-85 Mal Law ............................................ 1966-67 Chris Lee.............................. 1986-87-88-89 Nat LeGrande ........................... 1963-64-65 Sonja Leiter................................ 1991-92-93 Linda Leith ........................... 1985-86-87-88 Beth Lenihan...........................................1989 Scott Lenyk ...................................... 2003-04 Bret Lewis ...............................................1980 Fred Lightsey ..........................................1942 Santiago Lima .................................. 1997-99 Marc Lindsay........................ 1999-00-01-02 Gabe Lindsey ................................... 1998-99 George Lingenfelser .......... 1973-74-75-76 Bob Lloyd ............................. 1978-79-80-81

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GeorGia’s letterwinners W.C. Lloyd ....................................... 1941-42 Allen Lockerman ............................ 1961-62 Hamilton Lokey ........................ 1929-30-31 Russ Loman ..................................... 1974-75 Stacy Long ...............................................1986 Bill Longino .............................................1971 Steve Longino.........................................1971 Mary Lubawski .................... 1985-86-87-88 Tom Luckey ............................................1961 John Ludwig ..................................... 1960-61 Larry Lykins ......................... 1992-93-94-95 —M— Neka Mabry......................... 2001-02-03-04 Mike Magarahan .....................................1969 Dan Magill .................................. 1940-41-42 Andrew Mahaney ............... 2001-02-03-04 Erica Malagón .........................................2009 Jennifer Mihalik ......................................2000 Scott Mairose .................................. 1985-86 Andy Maish ...................................... 1983-84 Kara Manglitz ...................... 1995-96-97-98 Melissa Marcinkowski ........ 1993-94-95-96 Robert Margalis .................. 2002-03-04-05 Mike Marrone.........................................1972 Bill Marsh ................................................1954 Anne Martin .................................... 1989-90 Carl Martin .............................................1965 Jeff Martin......................................... 1985-86 Johnny Martin ............................ 1967-68-69 Francisco Martinez............. 1999-00-01-03 Teresa Massey ........................................1981 Kelly Matherly ................................. 1998-99 Chris Mathews .......................................1972 Tom Matthews .......................................1941 Chris Maurer............................. 2000-01-02 Claire Maust ........................ 2004-05-06-07 Dick Maxwell................................... 1933-34 Brent McAuliffe................... 2001-02-03-04 Kelley McCallum................. 2004-05-06-07 Jimmy McClellan ....................................1992 Perry McCullen............................... 1979-80 John McDaniel ........................................1960 Sean McDevitt..................... 2006-07-08-09 Harry McDonald ...................................1989 John McEllen ...........................................1968 Alicia McElroy ..................... 1996-97-98-99 Alan McElveen........................... 1963-64-65 Bill McGee ....................................... 1955-56 Bill McGowan .................................. 1972-73 Todd McGraw ........................................2009 Karen McIntyre ............................... 1985-86 Michelle McKeehan ...............................2009 Dave McLellan ..................... 1995-96-97-98 Kelly McNichols ........................ 2007-08-09 William “Buddy” McNutt ............. 1955-56 John McPadden ......................................1981 Paul McQuaid ...................... 1991-92-93-94 Janet McWhite .......................................1980 Jim Meekins ............................................1948 Albert Menard .......................................1938 Miguel Mendoza.................. 2002-03-04-05 Cleve Meredith ......................................1969 Chris Merrill .................................... 1976-78 Dave Messenger ................. 1995-96-97-98 Anna Miller .......................... 2005-06-07-08 Bill Miller .............................. 1974-75-76-77 Bruce Miller ..................................... 1971-72 Mhyria Miller ....................... 2006-07-08-09 Randy Miller .................................... 1968-69 Sarah Miller.......................... 1996-97-98-99 Suella Miller ..................................... 1985-86 Wes Miller ..............................................1973 Robert Minahan .............................. 1985-86 Dan Minnich .................................... 1991-92 Fred Minnich...........................................1926 John Misiak....................................... 1977-78

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Steve Mitakis ............................. 1951-52-53 Glenn Mitchell........................................1952 Courtney Monsees ........................ 2008-09 Emily Montesinos ........................... 2008-09 Hannah Moore................................ 2008-09 Lisa Moretti ..................................... 1991-92 Hal Morris.................................. 1949-50-51 Andrea Morrison................ 1992-93-94-95 Steven Mortimer ...................... 1990-91-92 Karla Mosdell ...................... 1987-88-89-90 Jeff Moss ........................................... 1994-95 J.L. Moye ..................................................1932 Jeff Muir ...................................................1971 Todd Murphy ....................... 1985-86-87-88 Allan Murray .................................... 1992-93 Chris Murray ....................... 1998-99-00-01 Roland Murray .......................................1933 Rachel Myco .................................... 2004-05 —N— Lawton Nalley ........................................1968 Chelsea Nauta ................................ 2008-09 Rolando Neiger ........................ 1984-85-86 Buffy Nelson ...........................................1994 Heidi Nelson ..........................................1984 Pete Nelson ............................................1972 Libba Newman ................................ 1982-83 Mark Nedza ......................... 1979-80-81-82 Heidi Nelson ..........................................1984 Pat Nichols .............................................1979 Murray Nicol ................................... 1982-83 Annika Nilsson.................... 1991-92-93-94 Huxley Nixon.................................. 1963-64 Warren Norman ...................... 1963-64-65 Michael Norment .............. 1994-95-97-98 Mark Nowell ................................... 2005-06 Dana Nufrio ................................1999-2000 Janet Nunn ..............................................1980 Abbie Nye ...............................................1979 Jonathan Nye ................................... 1991-92 —O— Tim O’Brien ........................ 1986-88-89-90 Matthew O’Connor........... 1991-92-93-94 Julie O’Daniel .................................. 1979-80 Lynda O’Daniel ......................................1980 Beth Odum ...................................... 1981-82 Harry Oldham .................... 1954-55-56-57 Ashley Oliver .........................................2008 Vicktor Olsson ................... 1986-87-88-89 Alison Orr ................................. 1981-82-83 Jenny Orr ............................. 1992-93-94-95 Ken Orrill ............................. 1975-76-77-78 Peter Osborn ...................... 2002-03-04-05 Peter O’Sullivan .................. 1987-88-89-90 Matthew Owen................... 2003-04-05-06 —P — Hubert Park..................................... 1935-36 Adam Parker ..........................................2009 Roy Parrish .............................................1942 Charles Parrott ......................................1952 Jeff Parsley ............................ 2003-04-05-06 Mike Pass.................................................1975 Virginia Pate......................... 2001-02-03-04 Alex Patterson .......................... 1962-63-64 Chad Patterson......................... 1992-93-94 Reid Patterson .......................... 1952-53-54 Marianna Paulsen...................................1980 Stacy Pazornik ........................................1979 Billy Peebles ............................................1938 Morris Pennington ................................1978 Katie Permenter ................. 1999-00-01-02 Gary Petmecky ............................... 1985-86 Jack Petrash ............................................1981 Tanya Philbeck ..................... 1989-90-91-92 Liesl Pimentel ..................... 1995-96-97-98 Rolffs Pinkerton .................. 1959-60-61-62 Leslie Place .......................... 1996-97-98-99

Anna Pleasants .................... 1985-86-87-88 Billy Ploehn .............................................1969 Sarah Poewe ........................ 2003-04-05-06 Jim Poliquin .......................... 1972-73-74-75 Jeff Poppell ........................... 1989-90-91-92 George Poss .............................. 1957-58-59 Lizzie Post ............................ 1992-93-94-95 Amanda Powell ......................................1994 Luis Prato ................................................1994 Tom Preigle .......................... 1972-73-74-75 Mike Prescott ............................ 1996-97-98 David Price .......................... 1988-89-90-91 Mike Prichard .........................................1989 Troyden Prinsloo ............................ 2008-09 Molly Purvis ............................................2002 Aleksandra Putra ................ 2006-07-08-09 — Q-R — Kalli Quinn ........................... 1987-88-89-90 Guy Race .................................................1928 Jim Rackley..............................................1951 Bernie Rafferty.................... 1980-81-82-83 Tom Raines .............................................1980 Karen Rake ................................ 1996-97-98 Jim Rambo...............................................1967 Rob Ramirez.................................... 1977-78 Robert Ramsey ......................................1960 Mats Rasmusson ....................... 1992-93-94 Marvin Rauzin ........................................1938 Robert Raymond ............................ 1976-77 Chris Read ........................... 1998-99-00-01 Rob Rector .......................... 1985-86-87-88 Joe Redmon ..................................... 2006-07 Trey Reese ..............................................1991 Jake Reid............................... 1997-98-99-00 Doug Renz ..............................................1979 Bill Rhoads ..............................................1997 Bobby Rice ..............................................1942 Bill Richards ..................................... 1949-51 C. L. Richards....................... 1991-92-93-94 Glenn Richards ............................... 1928-29 Buddy Richardson .................... 1947-48-49 Carolyn Richardson ................. 1991-92-93 Max Richardson .....................................1996 John Riechert .................................. 1964-65 John Ritch................................................1950 Jennifer Ritins ...................... 1986-87-88-89 Dorian Roach .........................................1994 Ashley Roby......................... 1999-00-01-02 Julie Robinson ........................................1980 Ted Robinson .........................................1954 Brandon Rocque................. 1998-99-00-01 Jenny Rogers.................................... 1996-97 Vincent Roscelli .............................. 1964-65 Rebecca Rose...................... 2001-02-03-04 Meyer Rosenstein .......................... 1935-36 Douglas Ross..........................................1960 Debbie Rotberg .....................................1989 Bobby Rothberg ....................................1938 Peggy Rothenbach .............. 1987-88-89-90 Sebastien Rouault ............... 2005-06-07-08 Sherrie Roulo .........................................1982 Mark Ruck........................................ 1982-83 Kim Ruehle .............................................1979 Susan Rupp ...................................... 1984-85 Randy Russell .........................................1980 Lisa Ryan .......................................... 1989-90 —S— Kyle Salyards........................ 2001-02-03-04 Kris Sandercock ....................... 1987-88-89 G.D. Sanders ...........................................1955 Horace Sasser ..................... 1947-48-49-50 Andy Satterfield .................. 1978-79-80-81 Larry Scafuti ...........................................1971 Brian Scannell ...................... 1999-00-01-02 Todd Scarborough.................... 1976-77-78 Dick Scarlett...........................................1954

Jack Schaaf...............................................1952 Eddie Schaefer................................. 1976-77 Cissy Schepens ......................................2001 Dennis Schleider ............................ 1982-83 Gretchen Schmaltz .................. 2005-06-07 Billy Ray Schmidt ...................... 1964-66-67 Jonathan Schmidt................ 2003-04-05-06 Allison Schmitt .......................................2009 Nicole Schrader.................. 1998-99-00-01 Todd Schroedel ......................................1986 Bryan Schroeder ...................................1974 Jeanne Scholle ..................... 1984-85-86-87 Phil Scoggins ...........................................1972 Cathy Scott ...................................... 1980-81 Kelsey Scott ............................... 2007-08-09 Jack Scott ................................... 1947-48-49 Morgan Scroggy .............................. 2008-09 Floyd Searcy ...........................................1929 Kirsten Seebohm...................................1980 Frank Seiler.............................................1953 Jim Sellers............................. 1998-99-00-01 Parker Shade ....................... 1998-99-00-01 Sally Shaw ......................................... 1979-80 Courtney Shealy ................. 1997-98-99-00 Kristen Shickora ....................................2009 Pat Shields ...............................................1963 Bill Shipman ............................................1949 Derek Shipp......................... 1987-88-89-90 Tom Sidders ............................................1969 Don Sims.................................................1957 Rick Simms .............................................1971 Jamie Skinner....................... 1998-99-00-01 Charles Sligh .............................. 1951-52-53 Theodore Slotin ....................................1957 Conril Smith .................................... 1928-29 Jennifer Smith ...................... 1991-92-93-94 Kevin Smith ................................ 1996-97-98 Kimberly Smith ......................................1994 Robert Smith................................... 1961-62 Joe Smutz ................................................2007 Lars Sohr .................................................1983 Jackie Soladay .........................................2004 James Solms ..................................... 1937-38 Sibylle Spaeti .................................... 1987-88 Bobby Spanjer ................................. 1966-67 Tammy Speck..........................................1980 George Spence ......................................1936 Chris Spooner..................... 2006-07-08-09 Ryan Staak.................................. 2004-05-06 Bill Staebell................................. 1981-82-83 Phil Stafford ............................... 1976-77-78 Ray Stang .................................................1969 Karen Stapleton .............................. 1979-80 Matt Stark ...............................................1996 Lee Stauffer...................................... 1966-67 Courtney Stern............................... 2005-06 Maurice Steinberg .................... 1933-34-35 Jody Stetson......................... 1981-82-83-84 Kenneth Steward ...................................1964 Ian Stewart........................... 1991-92-93-94 Christine Stephenson ........ 1991-92-93-94 Jody Stetson......................... 1981-82-83-84 Jimmy Stevenson............................. 1938-41 Theyx Stewart .......................... 1947-48-49 Nathan Stibrich ................... 2003-04-05-06 Becca Stirewalt .............................. 1979-80 Joel Stock ......................................... 1949-50 Jimmy Stokes ..........................................1969 Hal Stolz ..................................................1953 Yutch Stolz ..............................................1951 Gil Stovall ............................. 2005-06-07-08 Mark Stovall ............................................1980 Harvey Stowe.........................................1952 Julia Stowers ...........................................2001 John Stratman...................... 1996-97-98-00 Cyrus Strickler.......................................1926

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GeorGia’s letterwinners Vibert Strock..........................................1962 Bobby Sturgess ......................................1970 Art Sturgill ..............................................1967 Barbie Sumner .......................... 1982-83-84 Bobby Surrency .....................................1985 Mike Sutherland .....................................1968 Bill Sutton................................... 1981-82-83 Susan Suwalski .................... 1988-89-90-91 Stephen Swan .........................................2009 Darrel Swenson .....................................1967 —T — Billy Talbot ...............................................1965 Sheila Taormina ................... 1988-89-90-91 William Tatum ................................. 1960-61 Andrew Taylor ..................... 2004-05-06-07 Cole Taylor....................................... 2003-04 Mike Taylor ........................... 1978-79-80-81 Bob Terry.............................. 1953-54-55-56 Rachel Teske ........................ 1990-91-92-93 Doug Thain ...................................... 1979-80 Laura Thomas ...................... 1984-85-86-87 Michael “Ryder” Thomas .............. 1996-97 Natalie Thomas ......................... 2006-07-08 Chris Thompson ....................... 2007-08-09 Linn Thorburn ..................... 2001-02-03-04 Will Thorburn ..................... 2004-05-06-07 Oyvind Thorsen .....................................1980 Billups Tillman ........................................1958 Charlie Tillman .......................................1971 Beth Timmons ........................... 1997-98-99 David Timberlake...................... 1969-70-71 Clarence Todd ................................. 1935-36 Laura Trkovsky ................................ 2003-04 Wendy Trott ...........................................2009

Rhett Turnipseed ............................ 1949-50 Nick Tussing ............................................1968 Jennifer Tuten............................. 1998-99-00 Nicolai Tvermoes ........................... 1991-94 David Tyre ...............................................1954 — U-V — Petter Ulvestad ............................... 1980-81 Colin Underhill ................... 2001-02-03-04 Clint Van Welde .............................. 1983-84 Viki van den Barselaar ............. 2000-01-02 Julie Varozza ......................... 1996-97-98-99 Gabe Vazquez ...................... 1993-94-95-96 John Ventulett .................................. 1931-32 Tom Ventulett .................................. 1929-30 Rosie Verderber .....................................1994 Peter Verhoef....................... 2003-04-05-06 Neil Versfeld............................... 2006-07-09 Ted Vetter ......................................... 1934-35 Adam Vicarro .........................................2003 Guy Victor........................................ 1985-86 William Vinson ................................ 1956-57 Bill Volk ............................................. 1949-50 —W — Atiba Wade .......................... 1996-97-98-99 Bobby Walderman .................................1968 Fraser Walker .........................................1994 Heidi Walker.............................. 1991-92-93 Laura Walker ............................. 1980-81-82 Phyllis Walker ............................ 1981-82-83 Keegan Walkley ................... 1998-99-00-01 Jordan Wallace .......................................2003 Jeff Walling........................................ 1972-73 Mike Walsh................................. 1962-63-64 Bill Walters................................. 1938-39-40

georgiA’S CAPtAiNS 1926: 1927: 1928: 1929: 1930: 1931: 1932: 1933: 1934: 1935: 1936: 1937: 1938: 1939: 1940: 1941: 1942: 1943-46: 1947: 1948: 1949: 1950: 1951: 1952: 1953: 1954: 1955: 1956: 1957: 1958: 1959: 1960: 1961: 1962: 1963: 1964: 1965:

Walter Forbes No team Bobby Hooks John Hodgson Tom Haynes Hamilton Lokey Fred Hodgson Morton Hodgson Maurice Steinberg Asa Candler Asa Candler Dean Covington Howell Ervin John Ashford Goodloe Erwin, Bill Waters Jimmy Hudson, Ed Dottery W.C. Lloyd, Henry Barnes No lettermen (WWII) Theyx Stewart, Ed Sterrett, Bill Dix Theyx Stewart Theyx Stewart Horace Sasser Bob Hirschberg, Hal Morris Charles Cooper Charles Henniger, Steve Mitakis Reid Patterson Spencer Boyd Hal Stolz Frank Eberhart, Buddy McNutt Emmit Bondurant Jimmy Bankston David Tyre Rolfs Pinkerton Charles Gentry Mike Walsh Alex Patterson, Justus Baird, Mike Walsh Alan McElveen,Vince Roscelli

1966: 1967: 1968: 1969: 1970: 1971: 1972: 1973: 1974: 1975: 1976: 1977: 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987:

Bo Holland Dick Bryant, Bo Holland John Martin Richard Harrison, John Martin Howie Kirk David Timberlake Don Watson, Jack Hazen Jack Bauerle, Ross Bradford Jack Bauerle, Andy Flatt Dave Brumby, Tim Priegle, Jim Poliquin Jessie Armstead, Bob Brown, George Lingenfelser Veronica Stroup Scott Williams, Harger Hoyt Diane Cerjan Jack Burton, Ted Greve Harvey Humphries, Ted Greve, Jim Jacobson Beverly Greve, Cindy Bradford Jim Jacobson, Bill Weiss, Andy Satterfield Michelle Wilkes Andy Satterfield Cathy Scott Dave Jacobson, Mark Nedza Helen Wheeler, Laura Walker, Ann Fitzgerald John Anerella, Dave Howard, Bill Staebell Ann Fitzgerald John Anerella, Ignacio Ibarguen Jody Stetson, Alison Orr Ignacio Ibarguen, Chip Johnson Kathleen Doolan, Lisa Geiger, Virginia Diederich Louis Barnes, Craig Jacobi Lisa Geiger,Virginia Diedrich Scott Ferrel Kathy Coffin

Richard Wammock................................1961 Christopher Ward.......................... 2006-07 Doug Ward ...................................... 1972-73 John Ward ........................................ 1980-81 Matt Ward ...............................................1994 Robert Wassel........................................1980 Don Watson ........................ 1969-70-71-72 Landon Watters .....................................2009 Edgar Waxelbaum ..................................1926 Hank Weaver ..........................................1972 Julie Weaver ......................... 1993-94-95-96 Cheryl Weber ........................................1980 Amanda Weir .........................................2005 Ray Weiser ....................................... 1979-80 Bill Weiss .............................. 1977-78-79-80 Jim Welborn ............................................1974 Maggie West .................................... 1990-91 Toni Westerholm ...................................1984 Pia Westeson ....................... 1991-92-93-94 Helen Wheeler ......................... 1980-81-82 Aubrey Whelchel ............................ 1951-52 Steve White ..................................... 1971-72 Vicki White ...................................... 1985-86 Ashley Whitney......................................1999 Wade Whittle.........................................1998 Beau Wiebel ........................ 1997-98-99-00 Michelle Wilkes ............................... 1979-80 Alexandra Williams ............ 2001-02-03-04 Bill Williams ............................................1969 Iain Williams..................................... 1996-97 Scott Williams ..................... 1974-75-76-77 Stefanie Williams................. 1999-00-01-02 Sten Williams ....................... 1974-75-76-77 Sten Williamson ........................ 1982-83-84

Mike Willoughby ....................................1968 Steve Willoughby ...................................1969 Becky Wilson..........................................2000 Chris Wilson ..........................................1964 Henry Wilson .........................................1941 Julie Wilson ...................................... 1995-96 Paige Wilson ........................ 1990-91-92-93 Stu Wilson.................................. 1986-87-88 Justin Wingo..................................... 2001-02 Trygve Wist................................ 1979-80-81 Andrew Withers ............................. 2007-08 Dave Wolfson .........................................1969 Dave Womack ........................... 1981-82-83 Caroline Woodcock................. 1991-92-93 Rob Woodruff ..................... 1987-88-89-90 Jim Woods .................................. 1939-40-41 Kirk Woodside .......................................1974 John Woodward.....................................1973 Webb Worthington............ 2006-07-08-09 Aiken Wright ............................. 1938-40-41 James Wright ................................... 1960-61 Chuck Wyatt ............................. 1967-68-69 Barry Wynn ......................... 1993-94-95-97 — X-Y-Z — Katie Yevak ........................... 2002-03-04-05 Tommy Youngblood............ 1970-71-72-73 Steve Youngentob ..................................1973 Linton Zachary ............................... 1937-38 Fernando Zagaceta ............ 1995-96-97-98 Eric Zettlemoyer ...................................1979 Amy Zimmer ..........................................1989

Three-time captain Theyx Stewart

1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999:

Rob Rector, Joe Benjamin, Todd Murphy Margarita Cabrera Lester Carrodeguast, Randy Barber Angie Brekke, Deanne Burnett Curt Barnes, Peter O’Sullivan Karla Mosdell, Kalli Quinn David Price Sheila Taormina Vince Giambalvo, Jeff Poppell Paige Wilson Brady Head Paige Wilson Paul McQuaid, Carlton DeVooght Annika Nilsson Gabe Vazquez Laura Adams, Heather Blackmon Matthew Booth, Gabe Vazquez Heather Blackmon, Julie Weaver Bobby Brewer, Andy DeVooght, Barry Wynn Lisa Coole, Kelly Frazier Bobby Brewer, Michael Norment Liesl Pimentel, Kara Manglitz Wan Abdullah, Atiba Wade Amanda Adkins, Beth Timmons, Sarah Miller

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2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009:

2010:

Beau Wiebel, Heath Edwards Kristy Kowal, Courtney Shealy Jud Campbell, Jim Sellers Nicole Schrader Marc Lindsay, Brian Scannell Stefanie Williams, Morgan Fleming Matt Brado, Scott Davis Maritza Correia, Stephanie Buck Kyle Salyards, Colin Underhill Virginia Pate, Linn Thorburn Peter Osborn, Todd Avery Samantha Arsenault, Lindsey Ertter, Katie Yevak Tricia Harm, Laura Conway, Peter Verhoef, Jonathan Schmidt Kevin Hensley, Andrew Taylor, Will Thorburn Kara Lynn Joyce, Claire Maust, Nathan Bibliowicz, Sebastien Rouault Elizabeth Hill, Anna Miller Chris Spooner, Kit French, Mikey Larmoyeux Jessica Cole, Mhyria Miller, Aleksandra Putra Annie Broome, Lisa Caprioglio, Hunter Lainhart, Troyden Prinsloo

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GeorGia’s olyMPians

Left to right: UGA President Michael Adams, Allison Schmitt, Head Coach Jack Bauerle, Sebastien Rouault,Wendy Trott, Neil Versfeld, Diving Coach Dan Laak, Sarah Poewe and Troyden Prinsloo at a ceremony honoring the 2008 Olympians.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1956 1988 1992 1996 2000

2004

Reid Patterson Erika Hansen Erika Hansen Sheila Taormina Amanda Adkins Jack Bauerle Kim Black Kristy Kowal Kyle Salyards Courtney Shealy Julia Stowers Sheila Taormina* Maritza Correia Kara Lynn Joyce Sheila Taormina* Amanda Weir

2008

Jack Bauerle Chris Colwill Kara Lynn Joyce Dan Laak Allison Schmitt Gil Stovall Sheila Taormina**

gold (400 free relay) assistant coach silver (200 breast) gold (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) silver (4x100 free relay) silver (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) silver (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) head coach

Above: Kara Lynn Joyce Below: Courtney Shealy,Vince Dooley and Kristy Kowal.

silver (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) assistant diving coach bronze (4x200 free relay)

* Competed in the triathlon rather than swimming ** Competed in modern pentathlon instead of swimming

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GeorGia’s olyMPians FRANCE FRANCE

SOUTH AFRICA 2008

2000 Nicolas Kintz 2004 Nicolas Kintz 2008 Sebastien Rouault

Troyden Prinsloo Wendy Trott Neil Versfeld

Sebastien Rouault

CANADA 1984 1992

Mary Lubawski David McLellan

MALAYSIA 1996 2000

Wan Abdullah Wan Abdullah

Sarah Poewe

Sheila Taormina

Gil Stovall and Neil Versfeld.

GERMANY 2004 2008

Sarah Poewe Sarah Poewe

bronze (4x100 medley relay)

VIRGIN ISLANDS 2004 2008

Josh Laban Brian Schrader Josh Laban

assistant coach

BAHAMAS 1992 1996 2000

Allan Murray Allan Murray Chris Murray

PHILIPPINES 2000 2004

Miguel Mendoza Miguel Mendoza

GREAT BRITAIN 1992

Matthew O’Connor

SURINAME Left to right: Josh Laban, Brian Schrader, Maritza Correia, Nicolas Kintz and Amanda Weir at the 2004 Games in Greece.

1996 2000

Mike Fung-A-Wing Mike Fung-A-Wing

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SWEDEN 1992

Hakan Karlsson

BARBADOS 2000 2004

Damian Alleyne Damian Alleyne

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international CoMPetitors The following Georgia swimmers and coaches were at one time a member of the U.S. Swimming national Team and participated in one or more of the following competitions: Olympic Games, World Championships, World University Games, Pan-american Games and Pan-Pacific Games.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Amanda Adkins

Andrea Georoff

Michael Norment

Kris Babylon

Vince Giambalvo

Reid Patterson

Jack Bauerle

Erika Hansen

Liesl Pimentel

Joe Benjamin

Julie Hardt

Kyle Salyards

Kim Black

Elizabeth Hill

Brian Schrader

Matt Brado

Harvey Humphries

Allison Schmitt

Alex Braunfeld

Reeve Irvin

Courtney Shealy

Robert Brewer

Kara Lynn Joyce

Kristen Shickora

Carol Capitani

Alyssa Kiel

Jamie Skinner

Ashley Chandler

Melissa Klein

Christine Stephenson

Haley Chura

Kristy Kowal

Gil Stovall

Kathy Coffin-Sheard

Dan Laak

Julia Stowers

Chris Colwill

Gabe Lindsay

Sheila Taormina

Laura Conway

Marc Lindsay

Julie Varozza

Lisa Coole

Andrew Mahaney

Peter Verhoef

Maritza Correia

Kate Manglitz

Amanda Weir

Mary DeScenza

Robert Margalis

Ashley Whitney

Kelsey Ditto

Claire Maust

Beau Wiebel

Mark Dylla

Todd McGraw

Paige Wilson

Lauren English

Steve Mortimer

Barry Wynn

Andrew Gemmell

Buffy Nelson

Andrew Gemmell and Tom Beeri (pictured below)

INTERNATIONAL Wan Abdulah Laura Adams Damien Alleyne Tom Beeri Roberto Facchinetti Mike Fung-A-Wing Yoav Gath James Griffin Malin Gustavsson Kevin Hensley Hakan Karlsson Danielle Kennedy Nicolas Kintz Josh Laban Santiago Lima Mary Lubawski Dave McLellan Paul McQuaid

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Malaysia Canada Barbados Israel Switzerland Suriname Israel England Sweden Virgin Islands Sweden Canada Mexico Virgin Islands Mexico Canada Canada Scotland

Miguel Mendoza Allan Murray Chris Murray Annika Nilsson Matthew O’Connor Sarah Poewe Troyden Prinsloo Aleksandra Putra Karen Rake Mats Rasmusson Sebastien Rouault Ian Stewart Wendy Trott Nicolai Tvermoes Neil Versfeld Caroline Woodcock Fernando Zagaceta

Philippines Bahamas Bahamas Sweden Great Britain Germany South Africa France Great Britain Sweden France Great Britain South Africa Denmark South Africa Great Britain Mexico

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award winners PETER O’SULLIVAN/BETH CUDDEBACK HARDEST WORKER AWARD Presented annually to the hardest-working male and female swimmers, these awards recognize those who by their dedication and commitment to the sport were instrumental to the team’s success. Peter O’Sullivan Awardees 1986-87 ................................................................... Randy Barber 1987-88 ............................................................... Peter O’Sullivan 1988-89 ............................................................... Peter O’Sullivan 1989-90 ............................................................................ Eric Fors 1990-91 ........................................................................ Jeff Poppell 1991-92 .......................................................... Carlton DeVooght 1992-93 .......................................................... Carlton DeVooght 1993-94 ...............................................................Andy DeVooght 1994-95 ....................................Wan Abdullah, Andy DeVooght 1995-96 ..................................... Heath Edwards, Wan Abdullah 1996-97 ...................................................................Wan Abdullah 1997-98 ....................................................................Gabe Lindsey 1998-99 ..........................................................Mike Fung-A-Wing 1999-2000 ................................... Mike Fung-A-Wing, Jake Reid 2000-01 ................................................Kyle Salyards, Scot Davis 2001-02 ............................................................... Robert Margalis 2002-03 ............................................................... Robert Margalis 2003-04 ............................................................... Robert Margalis 2004-05 ............................................................... Robert Margalis 2005-06 ............................................................Sebastien Rouault 2006-07 ...................................... Neil Versfeld, Genya Gouzeev 2007-08 .............................................................Troyden Prinsloo 2008-09 .............................................................Troyden Prinsloo Beth Cuddeback Awardees 1986-87 ...............................................................Deanne Burnett 1987-88 ................................................................ Sheila Taormina 1988-89 .............................Sheila Taormina, Peggy Rothenback 1989-90 ..................................................................... Paige Wilson 1990-91 ..................................................................... Paige Wilson 1991-92 .....................................................Christine Stephenson 1992-93 .....................................................................Laura Adams 1993-94 .....................................................Christine Stephenson 1994-95 .......................................................................Kelly Frazer 1995-96 .......................................................................Kelly Frazer 1996-97 ...................................................................... Julie Varozza 1997-98 ...............................................................Nicole Schrader 1998-99 ................................................................ Amanda Adkins 1999-2000 ..................................................................Ashley Roby 2000-01 ..................................................Kim Black, Ashley Roby 2001-02 ......................................................................Virginia Pate 2002-03 .....................................................................Sarah Poewe 2003-04 ......................................... Laura Conway, Haley Chura 2004-05 ..................................................................Laura Conway 2005-06 ..................................................................Laura Conway 2006-07 ..................................................................... Claire Maust 2007-08 .........................................Chelsea Nauta, Kelsey Ditto 2008-09 ..................................................................... Wendy Trott REID PATTERSON/COFFIN-STROUP MOST VALUABLE SWIMMER AWARD Presented annually to the most valuable male and female student-athletes, these awards recognize those who were vital to the team’s success. Reid Patterson Awardees 1978-79 ...................................................................... Phil Stafford 1979-80 ......................................................................... John Ward 1980-81 ................................................................ David Jacobson 1981-82 ................................................................ David Jacobson 1982-83 ..................................................................David Howard 1983-84 ...............................................................Ignacio Ibarguen

1984-85 ...............................................................Ignacio Ibarguen 1985-86 .....................................................................Louis Barnes 1986-87 ................................................................... Randy Barber 1987-88 .....................................................................Joe Benjamin 1988-89 ........................................................Lester Carrodeguas 1989-90 .......................................Peter O’Sullivan, Curt Barnes 1990-91 ................................................................Steve Mortimer 1991-92 .................................Hakan Karlsson, Steve Mortimer 1992-93 ........................................Robert Brewer, Allan Murray 1993-94 ...............................Robert Brewer, Michael Norment 1994-95 ............................................................Michael Norment 1995-96 ..........................................................................Matt Buck 1996-97 ..................................................................... Kris Babylon 1997-98 .......................................Robert Brewer, Jud Campbell 1998-99 ......................................................................Beau Wiebel 1999-2000 ....................................... Jud Campbell, Beau Wiebel 2000-01 ...........................................Jud Campbell, Marc Lindsay 2001-02 ......................................Kyle Salyards, Robert Margalis 2002-03 ............................................................... Robert Margalis 2003-04 .....................................Chris Colwill, Robert Margalis 2004-05 .....................................Chris Colwill, Robert Margalis 2005-06 .................................................................... Chris Colwill 2006-07 ..........................................................................Gil Stovall 2007-08 ..................................Chris Colwill, Sebastien Rouault 2008-09 ......................................................................Neil Versfeld Coffin-Stroup Awardees 1979-80 ................................................................Anne Fitzgerald 1980-81 .............................................................. Beth Cuddeback 1981-82 .............................................................. Beth Cuddeback 1982-83 ................................................................. Carol Downey 1983-84 ............................................................ Megan Bresnahan 1984-85 ............................................................ Megan Bresnahan 1985-86 ........................................................................Lisa Geiger 1986-87 ..................................................................... Kathy Coffin 1987-88 ........................................................................ Linda Leith 1988-89 ................................................................ Sheila Taormina 1989-90 ................................................................ Sheila Taormina 1990-91 ................................................................ Sheila Taormina 1991-92 ..................................................................... Paige Wilson 1992-93 ..................................................................... Paige Wilson 1993-94 .........................................................................Lisa Coole 1994-95 .....................................Heather Blackmon, Lisa Coole 1995-96 .........................................................................Lisa Coole 1996-97 .................................... Kristy Kowal, Courtney Shealy 1997-98 .....................................................................Kristy Kowal 1998-99 .................................... Kristy Kowal, Courtney Shealy 1999-2000 ................................ Kristy Kowal, Courtney Shealy 2000-01 .............................. Maritza Correia, Stefanie Williams 2001-02 ............................................................... Maritza Correia 2002-03 .................................Maritza Correia, Mary DeScenza 2003-04 ................................ Mary DeScenza, Kara Lynn Joyce 2004-05 ................................ Mary DeScenza, Kara Lynn Joyce 2005-06 ...............................................................Kara Lynn Joyce 2006-07 ...............................................................Kara Lynn Joyce 2007-08 ....................................................................... Anna Miller 2008-09 ...............................................................Morgan Scroggy HARVEY HUMPHRIES/CAROL DOWNEY MOST IMPROVED AWARD Presented annually to the most improved male and female swimmers, these awards recognize those who by their dedication, attitude and performance were instrumental to the team’s success. Harvey Humphries Awardees 1994-95 ................................................................ Heath Edwards 1995-96 ..........................................................................Matt Buck 1996-97 ......................................................................Beau Wiebel

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1997-98 ............................................................. David Messenger 1998-99 .....................................................................Marc Lindsay 1999-2000 ...............................................................John Stratman 2000-01 ..............................................Randy Lam, Nicolas Kintz 2001-02 ................................................................... Jason Gagnon 2002-03 ..................................................................Scott Gardner 2003-04 ................................................................Brent McAuliffe 2004-05 ..............................Jonathan Schmidt, Genya Gouzeev 2005-06 ..........................................................................Gil Stovall 2006-07 ........................................................... Nathan Bibliowicz 2007-08 ..................................................................Chris Spooner 2008-09 .................................................................... Peter Benner Carol Downey Awardees 1994-95 ....................................................................Kara Manglitz 1995-96 .................................................................. Amanda Akins 1996-97 ................................................................... Liesl Pimentel 1997-98 ................................................................Keegan Walkley 1998-99 ...................................................................... Julie Varozza 1999-2000 ........................................................... Maritza Correia 2000-01 ....................................................................Jamie Skinner 2001-02 ............................................................... Maritza Correia 2002-03 ..................................................................... Paige Kearns 2003-04 ..................................................................Laura Conway 2004-05 ............................ Samantha Arsenault, Lindsey Errter 2005-06 .......................................................................Tricia Harm 2006-07 ..................................... Aleksandra Putra, Jessica Cole 2007-08 ......................................................... Lauren Groblewski 2008-09 ...........................................................Anne-Marie Botek DIVER OF THE YEAR AWARD Presented annually to the diver(s) who through their attitude, dedication, commitment and outstanding performances were vital to the team’s success. 1987-88 .................................Margarita Cabrera, Todd Murphy 1988-89 ............................................................. Lee Ann Fletcher 1989-90 ............................................................. Lee Ann Fletcher 1990-91 ............................................................. Lee Ann Fletcher 1991-92 .......................................................... Ashley Henderson 1992-93 .......................................................................... Jenny Orr 1993-94 .......................................................................... Jenny Orr 1994-95 .......................................................................... Jenny Orr 1995-96 ...........................................Ginger Fields, Jenny Rogers 1996-97 ................................................. Ginger Fields, Trey Hart 1997-98 .................................................................... Jud Campbell 1998-99 ....................................... Jud Campbell, Tammy Crystal 1999-2000 .................................Jud Campbell, Ryan Daugherty 2000-01 .................................................................... Jud Campbell 2001-02 ........................................Todd Avery, Brooke Bassham 2002-03 ........................................Todd Avery, Brooke Bassham Kris Daugherty 2003-04 ..........................................Chris Colwill, Emily Hunter 2004-05 ..........................................Chris Colwill, Emily Hunter, Brooke Bassham 2005-06 ..........................................Chris Colwill, Emily Hunter 2006-07 ..................................... Genya Gouzeev, Emily Hunter 2007-08 .......................................Chris Colwill, Hannah Moore 2008-09 ...........................Webb Worthington, Hannah Moore LISA COOLE AWARD The Lisa Coole Award is presented annually to the member of the women’s swimming and diving team who career achievements and leadership qualities set her apart from her teammates and peers. 1999-2000 ..........................................................Courtney Shealy 2000-01 .......................................... Kim Black, Nicole Schrader 2001-02 ..............................................................Stefanie Williams 2002-03 ......................................Stephanie Buck, Becky Wilson

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award winners 2003-04 ......................................................................Virginia Pate 2004-05 ........................................................ Samantha Arsenault 2005-06 ................................................................Mary DeScenza 2006-07 ..................................................................... Claire Maust 2007-08 .....................................................................Elizabeth Hill 2008-09 ..................................................................Chelsea Nauta JEFF POPPELL AWARD The Jeff Poppell Award is presented annually to the member of the swimming and diving team whose career achievements and leadership qualities set him/her apart from his/her teammates and peers. 1995-96 .......................................................... Heather Blackmon 1996-97 ........................................ Kelly Frazer, Andy DeVooght 1997-98 ............................................................Michael Norment 1998-99 ........................................... Wan Abdullah, Sarah Miller 1999-2000 ............................................................ Heath Edwards 2000-01 ..........................................................Mike Fung-A-Wing 2001-02 ...................................................................Brian Scannell 2002-03 ......................................................................... Scot Davis 2003-04 .......................................Kyle Salyards, Colin Underhill 2004-05 ................................... Peter Osborn, Miguel Mendoza 2005-06 ....................................................................Peter Verhoef 2006-07 .................................................................. Will Thorburn 2007-08 .........................Nathan Bibliowicz, Sebastien Rouault 2008-09 ...............................................................Hunter Lainhart MARK NEDZA SERVICE AWARD This award is named in honored of Mark Nedza, who was a four-year letterman, a former team captain and earned a degree in Economics. 2006-07 ...................................................................... John Wilson 2007-08 ............................................... Randy and Martha Avery NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR Awarded annually by the NCAA to the top female student-athlete in collegiate athletics, this award was established in 1991. Based on scholarship, leadership and community service, the NCAA Woman of the Year Award is the highest honor bestowed upon a female studentathlete. 2001 ............................................................................... Kim Black 2000 ..........................................................................Kristy Kowal 1997 ..............................................................................Lisa Coole NCAA POST-GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP The NCAA annually awards $5,000 postgraduate scholarships to student-athletes who have excelled academically and athletically and are in their final year of intercollegiate athletics competition. The honorees maintained at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA while performing with distinction in varsity competition. 2008 ....................................................................... Karen Guilkey 2007 .......................................................................... Claire Maust 2005 ............................................................. Samantha Arsenault 2004 ..............................................................................Julie Hardt 2002 .............................................. Brian Scannell, Marc Lindsay 2001 ............................................................................... Kim Black 2000 ............................................Kristy Kowal, Jennifer Mihalik 1999 ............................................................................Sarah Miller 1997 .............................................. Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght, Kelly Frazer, Barry Wynn 1996 ............................................................... Heather Blackmon 1995 ..........................................................................Laura Adams 1994 ............................................................................Sonja Leiter 1993 .......................................................................... Paige Wilson 1991 ..................................................................... Sheila Taormina

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1989 ....................................................................Deanne Burnett 1988 ............................................................................. Linda Leith 1987 ........................................................................Laura Thomas 1986 ................................................................ Virginia Diederich H. BOYD McWHORTER SEC SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Awarded annually in honor of former SEC Commissioner H. Boyd McWhorter, the Southeastern Conference honors the top male and female scholar-athletes in the league with $10,000 scholarships. 2001 ............................................................................... Kim Black 1997 ....................................................................Andy DeVooght 1989 ....................................................................Deanne Burnett 1988 ............................................................................. Linda Leith 1986 ................................................................ Virginia Diederich SEC POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP $5,000 Scholarships awarded each year to graduating student-athletes planning to further their education, having maintained at least a 3.5 GPA and having excelled in athletics. 2009 .............................................................................. Kit French 2008 ....................................................................... Karen Guilkey 2007 .......................................................................... Claire Maust 2005 ..............................Samantha Arsenault, Miguel Mendoza 2004 ...........................................................................Virginia Pate 2001 ............................................................................... Kim Black 1999 ............................................................................Sarah Miller 1997 ..............................................................................Lisa Coole 1995 ..........................................................................Laura Adams 1994 ............................................................... Carlton DeVooght 1991 ..................................................................... Sheila Taormina UGA ALUMNI/CHARTER SCHOLARSHIP Awarded to incoming freshmen on the basis of high school merit. 1998 ........................................................................Brian Scannell 1993 ..............................................................................Lisa Coole 1992 ............................................................................Barry Wynn 1990 .............................................Carlton DeVooght, Eric Fors 1988 ............................................ Tracy Collett, Anne Pleasants ESPN THE MAGAZINE/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA AT LARGE 2009 .....................................................Lisa Caprioglio, 1st Team 2007 .................................................. Joseph Kapurch, 3rd Team 2005 ............................................Samantha Arsenault, 1st Team 2004 .................................................. Colin Underhill, 2nd Team 2002 .......................................................Marc Lindsay, 2nd Team 2001 ............................................................. Kim Black, 1st Team Marc Lindsay, 2nd Team 2000 ............................................................. Kim Black, 1st Team 1999 .......................................................... Sarah Miller, 1st Team 1997 ............................................................ Lisa Coole, 1st Team Andy DeVooght, 1st Team .....................................................................Barry Wynn, 1st Team 1996 ............................................Heather Blackmon, 2nd Team 1995 ............................................. Heather Blackmon, 1st Team Barry Wynn, 1st Team 1994 ..........................................................Barry Wynn, 1st Team 1991 ................................................... Sheila Taormina, 1st Team 1990 ...................................................Sheila Taormina, 3rd Team 1989 .................................................. Deanne Burnett, 1st Team 1988 ............................................................Linda Leith, 1st Team Laura Thomas, 2nd Team 1987 ............................................................Linda Leith, 1st Team

1985 .....................................................Laura Thomas, 2nd Team ALEX PATTERSON/LINDA LEITH SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARDS Awarded annually by the Georgia swimming and diving coaches, this honor recognizes the male and female student-athletes with the highest overall GPA. 2009 ...............................................Kelsey Ditto, Erica Malag贸n, Lisa Caprioglio, Adam Parker 2008 ....................................... Joseph Kapurch, Lisa Caprioglio, Kelsey Ditto, Hannah Moore 2007 ............................... Joseph Kapurch, Gretchen Schmaltz, Karen Guilkey, Lisa Caprioglio 2006 .................................. Gretchen Schmaltz, Karen Guilkey, Joseph Kapurch 2005 ....................................................... Matt Edging, Julie Hardt, Virginia Pate, Rebecca Rose, Linn Thorburn 2004 ....................................................... Matt Edging, Julie Hardt, Virginia Pate, Rebecca Rose, Linn Thorburn 2003 ...............................Nathan Stibrich, Samantha Arsenault 2000 ......................................Brandon Rocque, Brian Durham, Kim Black, Jennifer Mihalik 1999 ............................................Brandon Rocque, Leslie Place 1998 .................. Brandon Rocque, Ashley LaSell, Leslie Place 1997 ............................ Kelly Frazer, Karen Lasky, Barry Wynn 1996 .......................... Andy DeVooght, Melissa Marcinkowski 1995 .......Laura Adams, Heather Blackmon, Andy DeVooght 1994 ...........................Laura Adams, Sonja Leiter, Barry Wynn 1993 ...........................Sonja Leiter, Paige Wilson, Barry Wynn 1992 ..........................................Sonja Leiter, Nicolai Tvermoes 1991 .......................................Jonathan Foggin, Sheila Taormina 1990 .......................................Jonathan Foggin, Sheila Taormina 1989 .............................................. Deanne Burnett, Don Dicer 1988 ............................................... Will Giambalvo, Linda Leith COLLEGE SWIM COACHES OF AMERICA ASSOCIATION ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM 2009 .......... Anne-Marie Botek, Lisa Capriolgio, Jessica Cole, Kelsey Ditto, Mark Dylla, Abbie Fish, Hunter Lainhart, Erica Malag贸n, Michelle McKeehan, Hannah Moore, Aleksandra Putra, Wendy Trott, Neil Versfeld. 2008 ..........................................Lisa Caprioglio, Austen Carter, Lauren Cartwright, Jessica Cole, Billy Cregar, Kelsey Ditto, Mark Dylla, Lauren English, Lauren Groblewski, Karen Guilkey, Hunter Lainhart, Mikey Larmoyeux, Kelly McNichols, Hannah Moore, Chelsea Nauta, Ashley Oliver, Aleksandra Putra. 2007 ........................................ Genya Gouzeev, Karen Guilkey, Lauren Groblewski, Aleksandra Putra, Anne-Marie Botek, Claire Maust, Haley Chura, Jessica Cole, Anna Miller, Lisa Caprioglio, Austen Carter, Hunter Lainhart, Christopher Spooner, Will Thorburn 2006 ......................Haley Chura, Jessica Cole, Laura Conway, Erin Forster, Genya Gouzeev, Lauren Groblewski, Beth Grams, Karen Guilkey, Tricia Harm, Emily Hunter, Christie Hupman, Alyssa Kiel, Claire Maust, Anna Miller, Aleksandra Putra, Will Thorburn, Peter Verhoef 2005 ....... Samantha Arsenault, Haley Chura, Laura Conway, Lindsey Ertter, Erin Foster, Genya Gouzeev, Elizabeth Grams, Karen Guilkey, Tricia Harm, Emily Hunter, Christina Hupman, Melissa Klein, Claire Maust, Miguel Mendoza, Will Thorburn, Peter Verhoef, Katie Yevak 2004 ........ Samantha Arsenault, Haley Chura, Lindsey Ertter, Julie Hardt, Claire Maust,Virginia Pate, Linn Thorburn, Katie Yevak 2003 ...............................Samantha Arsenault, Stephanie Buck, Julie Hardt, Christie Hupman, Peter Osborn,

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award winners Virginia Pate, Sarah Poewe, Linn Thurburn 2002 ................. Caroline Burns, Julie Hardt, Christine Keller, Mark Lindsey,Virginia Pate, Brian Scannell, Linn Thorburn 2001 ...............................Kim Black, Jud Campbell, Julie Hardt, Christine Keller, Marc Lindsay, Linn Thorburn 2000 ....................... Kim Black, Jud Campbell, Kate Childress, Heath Edwards, Kristy Kowal, Marc Lindsay, Jennifer Mihalik, Chris Murray, Katie Permenter, Nicole Schrader, Courtney Shealy 1999 ..................... Amanda Adkins, Jud Campbell, Yoav Gath, Christine Keller, Kristy Kowal, Marc Lindsay, Sarah Miller, Katie Permenter, Leslie Place, Chris Murray 1998 ...............Alex Greenberg, Kara Manglitz, Kristy Kowal, Sarah Miller, Leslie Place, Courtney Shealy 1997 .......................Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght, Kelly Frazer, Sarah Miller, Leslie Place, Barry Wynn 1996 ...........Heather Blackmon, Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght Kelly Frazer, Sarah Miller, Leslie Place 1995 ..................................... Laura Adams, Heather Blackmon, Andy DeVooght, Kelly Frazer, Melissa Marcinokowski, Andrea Morrison, Barry Wynn 1994 ......................................Laura Adams, Heather Blackmon Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght, Carlton DeVooght, Sonja Leiter, Melissa Marcinokowski, Matthew O’Connor, Barry Wynn 1993 ..............Laura Adams, Carlton DeVooght, Brady Head, Sonja Leiter, Paige Wilson, Barry Wynn 1992 ...........Brady Head, Sonja Leiter, Christine Stephenson 1991 ..........Malin Gustavsson, Sheila Taormina, Paige Wilson 1989 ..............................................Deanne Burnett, Don Dicer, Peggy Rothenbach, Sheila Taormina 1988 ............................................. Deanne Burnett, Linda Leith, Peggy Rothenbach, Sheila Taormina 1987 ...........................................Susan Andra, Deanne Burnett, Linda Leith, Laura Thomas 1986 ...................Susan Andra,Virginia Diederich, Linda Leith 1985 .....................................Virginia Diederich, Laura Thomas FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP The most prestigious awards available to undergraduate students, created to attract students with outstanding academic potential and leadership credentials to the University. Awarded solely on academic merit, the Foundation Fellowship provides full tuition, expenses and travel stipends. 2007 ...........................................................................Kelsey Ditto 2004 .....................................................................Joseph Kapurch 2002 .............................................Beth Grams, Nathan Stibrich 2000 ..........................................................................Marc Lindsay 1999 .......................................................................Brian Dunham 1993 ..............................................................................Lisa Coole 1984 ............................................................................. Linda Leith DICK BESTWICK SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD Awarded annually by the UGA Athletic Department, this honor recognizes the University of Georgia’s male student-athlete with the highest grade point average upon graduation. 2008 .....................................................................Joseph Kapurch 2007 ....................................................................... Will Thorburn 2006 .....................................................................Nathan Stibrich 2005 ....................................................................Miguel Mendoza 2002 ..........................................................................Marc Lindsay 1997 ............................................................................Barry Wynn

Claire Maust (center) won the Hornsby Howell Community Service Award in 2007. She is pictured with Howell (left) and Director of Athletics Damon Evans.

MARILYN VINCENT AWARD Awarded annually by the UGA Athletic Department, this honor recognizes the University of Georgia’s female student-athlete with the highest grade point average upon graduation. 2008 ....................................................................... Karen Guilkey 1999 .............................................................................Leslie Place 1989 ....................................................................Deanne Burnett 1987 ........................................................................Laura Thomas 1984 ...................................................................... Barbie Sumner WOODY HAYES NATIONAL SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD Awarded to a Division I female student-athlete for excellence in both academics and athletics. 1988 ............................................................................. Linda Leith JOEL EAVES AWARD Given to UGA’s rising-senior male and female student-athletes with the highest grade point average. 2009 ...................................................................... Lisa Caprioglio 2008 ....................................................................... Karen Guilkey 2006 .....................................................................Joseph Kapurch 2004 ...............................Samantha Arsenault, Nathan Stibrich 2000 ..........................................Chris Murray, Nicole Schrader 1996 ............................................................................Barry Wynn 1993 ................................................................. Nicolai Tvermoes 1992 .....................................................................Jonathan Foggin DICK COPAS LEADERSHIP AWARD Given to the male UGA student-athlete who embodies dedication, discipline, a positive attitude and who seeks the good of the group above personal gain. 2002 ........................................................................Brian Scannell 1997 ....................................................................Andy DeVooght LEWIS LEADERSHIP AWARD Given to a female UGA student-athlete who embodies dedication, discipline, a positive attitude, and who seeks the good of the group above personal gain. 2004 ...........................................................................Virginia Pate 1997 ............................................................................Kelly Frazer 1995 ............................................................................... Jenny Orr 1993 .......................................................................... Paige Wilson 1991 ..................................................................... Sheila Taormina UGA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HORNSBY HOWELL COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD Awarded annually by the UGA Athletic Department, this honor recognizes University of Georgia student-

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athletes who excel in community service endeavors. 2007 .......................................................................... Claire Maust 2006 ..................................................................Christie Hupman 2004 .....................................................................Brent McAuliffe 2001 ............................................................................... Kim Black BLUE KEY HONOR SOCIETY Honor society recognizing all-around excellence inside and outside of the classroom in higher educational institutions through leadership, scholarship and service. 2009 ....................................................................Hunter Lainhart 2007 ....................................................................... Will Thorburn 2005 ........................................ Peter Osborn, Nathan Stibrich 2004 ............................................................ Samantha Arsenault 2003 ..........................................................................Virginia Pate 2002 .............................................. Brian Scannell, Marc Lindsay 2001 ..............Kim Black, Brandon Rocque, Courtney Shealy 1999 ..........................................................................Kristy Kowal SEC COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIP 2006 ..................................................................Christie Hupman 2005 ........................................................................Peter Osborn 2004 ..................................................................... Colin Underhill 2003 ......................................................................Stephanie Buck 2002 ........................................................................Brian Scannell 2001 ....................................................................Nicole Schrader PEACH OF AN ATHLETE ROLE MODEL AWARD Sponsored by Atlanta Boy Scouts of America 2005 ..................................Samantha Arsenault, Peter Osborn 2004 ............................................ Virginia Pate, Colin Underhill 2002 ........................................................................Brian Scannell 2001 ..................... Kim Black, Kristy Kowal, Courtney Shealy 1997 ..............................................Andy DeVooght, Lisa Coole 1996 ...............................................Lisa Coole, Andy DeVooght 1992 ......................................................................... Tracy Collett SEC COMMUNITY SERVICE TEAM 2009 ........................................... Kelsey Scott, Hunter Lainhart 2008 ...............................Lauren Groblewski, Hunter Lainhart 2007 .............................................. Claire Maust, Will Thorburn 2006 ...................................... Christie Hupman, Will Thorburn 2005 ...............................................Claire Maust, Peter Osborn 2003 .............................................Brent McAuliffe,Virginia Pate ARTHUR ASHE SPORTS SCHOLARS AWARD 2008 .......................................................................Sean McDevitt

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ProGraM history MEN’S ALL-TIME SEASON RECORDS Year ........ Coach ..................... Record SEC NCAA 1925-42 ........C.W. Jones .............................. 41-36 1943-46 ........no team 1946-47 ........Ed Sterritt, Bill Dix ...................1-6 not held 1947-48 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................3-7 3rd 1948-49 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................7-4 2nd 1949-50 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................8-5 2nd 1950-51 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................8-2 1st 1951-52 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ......................8-3-1 1st 1952-53 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................6-3 2nd 1953-54 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ......................3-5-1 2nd 1954-55 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ......................2-6-1 1st 1955-56 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................7-4 2nd 1956-57 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ......................5-5-1 2nd 1957-58 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................6-6 2nd 1958-59 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................3-9 2nd 1959-60 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................7-8 2nd 1960-61 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................6-9 2nd 1961-62 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................6-8 t2nd 1962-63 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................9-5 3rd 1963-64 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................9-6 4th 1964-65 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................8-5 3rd 1965-66 ........B.W. Gabrielsen ........................7-6 3rd 1966-67 ........Richard Wammock ..................9-4 2nd 1967-68 ........Alan Gentry...............................6-5 4th 1968-69 ........Alan Gentry...............................4-6 5th 1969-70 ........Alan Gentry...............................6-7 7th 1970-71 ........Pete Scholle ...............................6-8 7th 1971-72 ........Pete Scholle ...............................8-4 7th 1972-73 ........Pete Scholle ...............................9-3 5th 1973-74 ........Pete Scholle ...............................6-6 5th 1974-75 ........Pete Scholle ...............................6-4 6th 1975-76 ........Pete Scholle ...............................8-3 4th 1976-77 ........Pete Scholle ...............................7-4 5th 1977-78 ........Pete Scholle ...............................4-5 6th 1978-79 ........Pete Scholle ...............................9-3 6th 1979-80 ........Pete Scholle ............................. 12-2 5th 1980-81 ........Pete Scholle ...............................9-3 5th 1981-82 ........Pete Scholle ...............................7-4 5th 1982-83 ........Pete Scholle ...............................6-4 7th 1983-84 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................5-5 5th 1984-85 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-5 5th 1985-86 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................6-4 6th 1986-87 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-3 6th 6th 1987-88 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-2 1988-89 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-3 6th 1989-90 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................3-5 6th 1990-91 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................5-6 5th 1991-92 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-2 2nd 1992-93 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-2 4th 1993-94 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-3 5th 1994-95 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................6-3 6th 1995-96 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-2 4th 1996-97 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-1 3rd 1997-98 ........Jack Bauerle ............................. 10-0 2nd 1998-99 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-1 3rd 1999-00 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................6-1 4th 2000-01 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-3 4th 2001-02 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................3-5 3rd 2002-03 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-2 3rd 2003-04 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-2 3rd 2004-05 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................5-4 3rd 2005-06.........Jack Bauerle................................7-3 3rd 2006-07 ........Jack Bauerle ............................. 12-1 3rd 2007-08 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................6-2 4th 2008-09 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................5-4 4th

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More than seven decades ago, a group of students interested in forming a swim team at the University of Georgia approached C.W. Jones, the Physical Educations Director of the Athens YMCA. At the time, the Georgia campus was without facilities, a team and a coach, but “Jonesy” answered the interest of these young swimmers and was appointed temporary coach and supervisor of the newly chartered team. Little could he have suspected that this appointment would lead to a head coaching commitment from 1926-1942, a 4136 dual meet record and most importantly, a foundation for decades to come. Daily life was greatly interrupted by World War II, and Bulldog Legends C.W. Jones, Georgia’s first swim coach Jones’ commitment to (left), pictured with Bill Hartman and Wallace Butts. the Georgia swim team was no exception. From 1943-1946, Jones was needed on other fronts and thus turned over the helm to B.W. “Bump” Gabrielsen. From 1948 to 1966, Gabrielsen raised the standard of Georgia swimming and diving to new heights as he piloted the Bulldogs to a dual meet record of 118-106-4 during that span of time. Gabrielsen’s record book contains 70 individual SEC Champions (including relay teams), three conference team championship titles, one National Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Champion and one U.S. Olympic Team member. During Gabrielsen’s coaching career, Georgia was home of one of the finest swimmers in SEC history — sprint freestyler Reid Patterson, who swam for the Bulldogs from 1952 to 1954. Patterson claimed the NCAA title in the 100 freestyle during the 1953 championships and

B.W. Gabrielsen (left) with Bulldog Olympian Reid Patterson.

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ProGraM history won eight SEC titles (seven individual and one relay) in his three seasons WOMEN’S ALL-TIME with the Bulldogs. SEASON RECORDS Patterson’s career was highlighted during his senior season Year ........ Coach ..................... Record SEC AIAW when he broke the American 1973-77 ........Martha Washington .................n/a record in the 100 free with a 1977-79 ........Joe McEvoy ............................. 11-10 mark of 51.0. As Georgia’s first 1979-80 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-1 Olympian in swimming competi1980-81 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-2 5th tion, Patterson was inducted 1981-82 ........Jack Bauerle .............................7-1-1 5th 9th into the Georgia Sports Hall of ................................................................................. NCAA Fame in 1983. 1982-83 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................4-3 5th 22nd Following Gabrielsen’s 1983-84 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................6-2 4th 17th retirement, Richard “Moose” 1984-85 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-3 4th 13th Wammock coached the 1967 1985-86 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-0 2nd 9th team, finishing second in the 1986-87 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-1 2nd 6th SEC and 31st in the NCAA. 1987-88 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-1 3rd 14th Alan Gentry, a Bulldog letter1988-89 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-1 3rd 10th winner in 1955, led the Bulldogs 1989-90 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-2 4th 13th for a three-year stint (1968-70), 1990-91 ........Jack Bauerle ............................. 10-2 2nd 8th producing one SEC champion and set1991-92 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-1 3rd 9th ting 15 school records in one season. 1992-93 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................7-1 3rd 12th The women’s swimming pro1993-94 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-1 4th 15th gram was established in 1974, when, 1994-95 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-1 5th 6th under similar circumstances to the 1995-96 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-1 2nd 5th men’s beginnings, a group of women 1996-97 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-0 1st 5th approached Martha Washington and 1997-98 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................9-0 1st 3rd then-Associate Athletic Director Liz 1998-99 ........Jack Bauerle ...............................8-1 1st 1st Murphey. The women’s team met with 1999-00 .......Jack Bauerle ............................6-0 1st 1st almost immediate success, qualifying 2000-01 .......Jack Bauerle ...........................10-0 1st 1st one relay team and one individual 2001-02 .......Jack Bauerle ............................4-3 2nd 2nd (Veronica Stroup) for the AIAW Na2002-03 .......Jack Bauerle ...........................11-1 3rd 2nd tional Championships during its first 2003-04 .......Jack Bauerle ...........................11-0 2nd 2nd year. Stroup went on to win the Lady 2004-05 .......Jack Bauerle ............................9-0 2nd 1st Bulldogs’ first All-America honors, led 2005-06........Jack Bauerle............................11-0 1st 2nd by the coaching expertise of Wash2006-07 .......Jack Bauerle ...........................10-1 2nd 5th ington. Washington stepped down as Kristy Kowal (top) and Lisa Coole 2007-08 .......Jack Bauerle ...........................12-0 3rd 7th were two of Georgia’s all-time greats women’s head coach in 1977 and was 2008-09 .......Jack Bauerle ............................9-0 3rd 2nd replaced by Joe McEvoy who held the – both in and out of the pool. position for two seasons. Pete Scholle led the men’s team from 1971-1982. His teams compiled a dual meet MEN’S SEC FINISHES record of 97-53. Place Times Years Jack Bauerle, a four-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs took over coaching duties 1st 3 1951-52-55 for the women in 1979 and for the men in 1983. During the 1980s, Bauerle returned 2nd 16 1938-39-49-50-53-54-56-57-5859-60-61-62-67-92-98 Georgia swimming into the national spotlight it had enjoyed in the 1950s. Four women 1940-42-48-63-65-66-97-99-023rd 14 claimed individual SEC Championship titles during the 1980s, and one woman, Erika 03-04-05-06-07 4th 9 1937-41-64-68-76-96-00-01-08-09 Hansen, captured Georgia’s first women’s NCAA individual title in the 1,650 free at the 5th 11 1969-73-74-77-80-81-82-84-85-91-94 1989 NCAA Championship. 6th 9 1975-78-79-86-87-88-89-90-95 With such firm foundations, Georgia entered the 1990s, and both men’s and 7th 4 1970-71-72-83 (First Meet—1937; no meet held 1943-47) women’s teams greeted success in stride. The men’s team peaked in 1997 with a third-place finish at the NCAAs, while the WOMEN’S SEC FINISHES women’s program claimed three consecutive national championships in 1999, 2000 and Place Times Years 2001, including 13 individual titles in the first two years alone. The women won five 1st 6 1997-98-99-00-01-06 2nd 7 1986-87-91-96-02-04-05 SEC titles from 1997-2001 and added another conference crown in 2006. The Lady 3rd 7 1988-89-92-93-03-08-09 Bulldogs became the first Georgia program in history to win three straight national 4th 4 1984-85-90-94 crowns and the first women’s team to capture five straight league titles. Last season, 5th 5 1981-82-83-95-07 (First Meet—1981) the Lady Bulldogs came in second at the NCAAs, and the Bulldogs finished 10th

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GeorGia’s traditions Bulldogs

The Chapel Bell

Many oldtimers say Georgia acquired the nickname, ‘‘Bulldogs,’ ’ because of the strong ties with Yale. Georgia’s first president, Abraham Baldwin, was a Yale man and the early buildings on campus were designed from blueprints of the same building at Yale. But on Nov. 3, 1920, Morgan Blake of the Atlanta Journal wrote about school nicknames and said, ‘‘The Georgia Bulldogs would sound good because there is a certain dignity about a bulldog, as well as ferocity.’ ’ After a 0-0 tie with Virginia in Charlottesville on Nov. 6, 1920, Atlanta Constitution writer Cliff Wheatley used the name ‘‘Bulldogs’’ in his story five times. The name has been used ever since.

The ringing of the chapel bell after a Georgia victory is a tradition that continues even though freshmen are no longer ordered to do the chore. In the 1890s, the playing field was located only yards from the Chapel and first-year students were compelled to ring the bell until midnight in celebration of a Bulldog victory. Today, students, alumni, and townspeople still rush to the Chapel to ring the bell after a win on the gridiron.

The arch The historic Arch which sits on the edge of North campus was installed in 1864. For years, freshmen were forbidden to walk under the Arch. Violators risked punishment from upperclassmen. Once rigidly enforced, the tradition of hazing of freshmen became passe’. However, many freshmen, learning of the tradition during orientation or from other sources, still choose to honor the century-old tradition.

Silver Britches Silver Britches were an innovation of Coach Wally Butts, who took over as head coach in 1939. The handsome pants, complimented by a bright red jersey, made for a striking uniform. Through the years, fans referred to the Bulldogs’ silver britches in their chants and on banners, but the phrase really caught on in the early 1950s with a cheer, banners and colorful vests that proclaimed ‘‘Go You Silver Britches.’ ’ Coach Vince Dooley redesigned the uniform when he came in 1964 and used white pants; however, he re-instituted the silver britches in 1980 just prior to Georgia’s national championship season.

How ’Bout Them Dogs! This is a slogan of recent vintage, but one that has become a battle cry of Bulldog fans probably because of its obvious grammatical slur. It first surfaced during the 1970s, especially during the 1978 season when the Bulldogs posted several come-from-behind victories. It gained national attention and exposure when Georgia won the national championship in 1980. A major wire-service used the phrase in its story of Georgia’s victory over Notre Dame.

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Glory, Glory Among the University’s oldest and most lasting traditions is the school fight song, ‘‘Glory, Glory,’ ’ which is sung to the tune of ‘‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic.’ ’ It was sung at games in the 1890s, but arranged in its present form by Georgia’s immortal musician-composer Hugh Hodgson in 1915.

Between The Hedges A reference to Sanford Stadium that dates back to the early 1930s. The famous English privet hedges that surround Sanford Stadium’s playing field were only one foot high when the stadium was dedicated in 1929 and were protected by a wooden fence. It was natural for a clever sports writer, referring to an upcoming home game, to observe ‘‘that the Bulldogs will have their opponent ‘between the hedges.’ ’’ At least one old-timer says the phrase was first coined by legendary Atlanta sportswriter Grantland Rice.

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Bill Cregar

Mark Dylla

2008 and 2009 NCAA Qualifier

2-Time NCAA Runner-Up In The 200-Yard Butterfly

Morgan Scroggy

2009 SEC 100-Yard Freestyle Champion

Hannah moore

2-Time NCAA Qualifier

2009 NCAA 200-Yard Medley Relay Champions

Peter Benner

Kristen Shickora, Lisa Caprioglio, Kelly McNichols and Anne-Marie Botek

2009 SEC Freshman of the Year

Chelsea Nauta 9-Time All-American

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Auburn Last Chance Meet (Men Only)

OCT 23 • 3:00 PM • Athens

JAN 5 • Noon • Athens

MARCH 6-7 • TBA • Auburn, AL

Florida (M/W)

Texas (M/W)

NCAA Zone Diving

Emory (M/W)

Tennessee (M/W)

Auburn (M/W)

South Carolina (M&W) and Alabama (M&W)

North Carolina (M/W)

OCT 30 • 1:00 PM • Gainesville, FL

JAN 9 • 11:00 AM • Austin, TX

NOV 4 • 5:00 PM • Athens

JAN 23 • 1:00 PM • Athens

NOV 20 • 4:00 PM • Auburn, AL

JAN 30 • 1:00 PM • Athens

University of Georgia Invite Denver (M/W), Florida (M/W) • Athens DEC 4- DEC 6 • Prelims: 9:30 AM Finals: (Fri-Sat) 5:00 PM • (Sun) 3:00 PM

Georgia Diving Invite JAN 3-5 • Noon • Athens

SEC Swimming & Diving Championships FEB 17-20 • Prelims: 10:00 am Finals: 6:00 pm • Athens

Bulldog Last Chance Meet

FEB 27-28 • Prelims: 10:00 AM Finals: (Sat) 5:00 PM • (Sun) 3:00 PM • Athens

Troyden Prinsloo 2009 NCAA 1,650-Yard Freestyle Champion

Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA MARCH 12-14 • TBA

Women’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN MARCH 18-20 • Prelims: 11:00 am • Finals: 7:00 pm

Men’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships

Ohio State University, Columbus, OH MARCH 25-27 • Prelims: 12:00 pm • Finals: 7:00 pm

Home meets are held at the Gabrielsen Natatorium at the Ramsey Center. All times (EST) and dates are subject to change. Regular-season admission is free. For the latest in Georgia Athletics, log on to georgiadogs.com

Wendy Trott

2009 NCAA 1,650-Yard Freestyle Champion

Allison Schmitt

2009 NCAA 500-Yard Freestyle Champion

Coach Jack Bauerle

Head Coach Of The United States Women’s Team At The 2008 Olympics 5-Time NCAA Coach Of The Year 13-Time SEC Coach Of The Year

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