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University of Georgia Swimming & Diving 2014 Media Guide

2014 Media Guide


Georgia Lady Bulldogs: 2013 NCAA & SEC Champions

Allison Schmitt: 200 Freestyle

800 Freestyle Relay: Romano, Schmitt, MacLean, Vreeland

400 Freestyle Relay: Vreeland, Van Landeghem, Schmitt, Romano


Table Of Contents 2013 National Champions.......................................................IFC Laura Ryan

Table Of Contents.........................................................................1 Season Outlooks........................................................................ 2-3 Jack Bauerle.....................................................................................4 Harvey Humphries, Dan Laak......................................................5 Jerry Champer, Brian Smith, Stefanie Williams ������������������������6 Administration, Support Staff/Quick Facts ������������������������������7 Student-Athlete Biographies..................................................8-30 Georgia’s Olympians................................................................... 31 2012-2013 Top Performances............................................. 32-35 Georgia’s National Champions................................................ 36 Georgia’s SEC Champions.................................................. 37-38 Georgia’s Letterwinners...................................................... 39-41 Year-By-Year Results............................................................. 42-47 Georgia’s Top 10.................................................................... 48-49 Record Book.......................................................................... 50-51 Georgia’s All-Americans...................................................... 52-53 Georgia’s Program History................................................. 54-55 Academic Excellence.................................................................. 56

Associated Press, Parker Moore, Phillip Faulkner, Ashley

Georgia’s Team Photos............................................................. IBC

Strickland, Andrew Davis Tucker, Mike Brewington, Evan

2013-2014 Schedule.................................................................. BC

Stichler, Wes Blankenship and Evey Wilson.

On the front cover: Georgia’s quest for conference

Printing: EBSCO Media, Birmingham, Ala.

and national titles will be led by the members of the senior classes: Doug Reynolds, Jameson Hill, Melanie Margalis, Jessica Graber, Laura Ryan,

Chase Kalisz

Andrew Gemmell, Will Freeman, Shannon Vreeland, Ansley Long, Christian Riess and Ann-Perry Blank. Design and Content: Steven Colquitt, Anne Noland, Matthew Pearce, Aimee Russo, Alex Hilton, Jenny Moss, Logan Butler and Evan Beever. Photography: Peter Bick, John Kelley, Radi Nabulsi, UGA Photographic Services, Todd Van Emst, Steven Colquitt, Getty Images,

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2013-2014 Q&A Head Coach Jack Bauerle and Diving Coach Dan Laak answered several questions on the eve of the 2013-14 campaign: The Lady Bulldogs won the NCAA and SEC titles last season. How do you maintain that level of success? Bauerle: “We don’t want to underestimate the difficulty of it because you don’t want to take great performances for granted. But our athletes expect to be competing at that level every year. They learn from the key people along the way. When that group moves on, they’re ready to step up and do their part. This will be a different team. We’re really, really excited to find out what we’re going to be. The team looks forward to the challenge of trying to be the best Georgia team ever.” What is this team like on a day-to-day basis? Bauerle: “They’re really good people. I feel like we’ve got a pretty nice culture here. They’re confident, they’re optimistic, they really want to be the best, they’re polite, and they’re respectful of their teammates and their coaches. As coaches, we want to see how well they interact as a team. The vibes I’m getting right now is that there is a good rapport among all of them.” You have a large senior class with swimmers Jessica Graber, Melanie Margalis and Shannon Vreeland and divers Ann-Perry Blank, Ansley Long and Laura Ryan. How important is this class to the team’s success? Bauerle: “I’ve noticed a big change in the attitude of our seniors. They’ve always been great kids, they’ve always been team people. But I can see them paying a little more attention to what they say. They’re trying to make sure that every comment they make is a little more positive. I’ve seen them reach out to their teammates more than ever before. As a coaching staff, we’re excited to see what they’re doing leadership-wise already.” How demanding is it consistently being in the national championship discussion and what does that say about the program? Bauerle: “You always want to make sure they see a light at the end of the tunnel. Right now, you’re aware of our final goal, which is in March. The trick is to make sure we have goals every day that we can achieve. The strategy is taking it one day at a time.” You add six freshmen (five swimmers, one diver) after losing three seniors. What do you expect from the newcomers? Bauerle: “It’s a pretty different class. We’ve got kids with international experience, we’ve got versatile kids, we’ve got kids coming from great training programs. We know this is a talented class and they are going to help us in a lot of areas. We like their attitude and we like their compet-

itive edge. They all have the personalities to become good leaders. They seem very dedicated and they’re adjusting well.” The diving roster consists of seven women, two of whom (Laura Ryan and Ann-Perry Blank) advanced to the NCAAs and three of whom (Ryan, Blank and Darcie O’Brien) scored at SECs last year. What is the makeup of the team heading into this season? Laak: “Laura, Ann-Perry and Ansley (Long) are strong senior leaders for us. Laura was our first gold medalist at the SECs and the experience that she and A-P and Ansley got at the next levels will help us tremendously. Our practices have been very competitive and productive. I think our divers can help produce critical points once the championships roll around.” The Lady Bulldogs’ home win streak reached 82 straight at the end of last season. What does that mean to the program? Bauerle: “It’s very impressive because there are few teams in NCAA athletics that have ever done anything over that long of a period. It gives recognition to the school. Georgia has something that will be very, very hard to break in years to come. As far as the streak goes, our coaching staff would totally hand that off to the kids and I’m guessing it would be over 100 kids that could walk up to you now and say they were part of it.” The Bulldogs were third at the SECs and 10th at the NCAAs last year. What parts of that team will you build off of this season? Bauerle: “We felt like last year we had a very talented team and we were pretty happy with our performances. We had a lot of key players at the SEC meet and at the NCAA meet, but they were key players every day. We were basically and freshman- and sophomore-dominated team. This year, there’s a lot of talent and enthusiasm among the younger guys.” The Bulldogs have a large senior class as well with Will Freeman, Andrew Gemmell, Jameson Hill, Doug Reynolds and Christian Riess. What is their role this season? Bauerle: “We couldn’t be in a better place with our senior class. They are the consummate hard-working student-athletes. They have the right attitude, character, respect for people, and thinking-about-the-team mentality that you need.” What do you think of this year’s freshman class? Bauerle: “It’s a smaller group (of four swimmers and one diver), but we are very excited about them. We were able to meet our needs and sign student-athletes who have tremendous up-side.” How important is it for the student-athletes to compete at a

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2013-2014 Q&A, Rosters Nicolas Fink

high level, especially internationally, over the summer? Bauerle: “It’s vital. It’s impossible to be successful at the NCAA level without putting yourself into that type of situation. The best swimmers at the NCAA level come from all over the world.You probably would find it very hard to look at any Olympic final or any World Championship final without finding somebody with NCAA experience.You very seldom can come here and watch a dual meet without seeing someone who has competed at the Olympics or the World Championships, not just on our team but on the team that competes against us.” After going through 2012-13 with just one diver in Bobby Chambless, you now have three with Chambless, Spencer Madanay and Walker Wheeler. What can we expect from the divers? Laak: “Having depth and experience is critical to a team’s success. The guys have really helped each other out and they are making each other better. I’m excited to see how the roles get defined as we go forward. But I’m sure that the guys we have can play a big part in the success of our team this season.” The schedule shows some challenging teams coming into Athens this season, plus you are hosting the SECs in February. What challenges do you see with this schedule? Bauerle: “There are going to be some fantastic match-ups. Every team we’re swimming against this year, in my opinion, has improved from last year. There are a lot of new coaches on our schedule, and that means a lot of energy and teams trying to do things they’ve never done. We’re going to be a huge target. But our kids love to compete. They don’t ever go into a meet not thinking they can win it. We are looking forward to all of the challenges.”

Georgia’s Rosters Name Ann-Perry Blank Olivia Boggs Emily Cameron Hali Flickinger Haley Goodman Jessica Graber Lauren Harrington Kimberlee John-Williams Elizabeth Ann Kirkland Anna Kolanowski Maddie Locus Ansley Long Brittany MacLean Melanie Margalis Jordan Mattern Amber McDermott Anna Neumeister Darcie O’Brien Shannon O’Malley Courtney Peters Laura Ryan Olivia Smoliga Kelly Thatcher Chantal Van Landeghem Nicole Vernon Shannon Vreeland Annie Zhu Rachel Zilinskas

Event(s) Diving Breast/Free Free/Breast/IM Free/Fly Diving Free Back/Fly/Free Free/Back/Fly Diving Free/Fly Free Diving Free Free/IM Free/IM Back/Free/IM Back/IM Diving Breast/IM Fly/IM Diving Free/Back Diving Free/Fly Free/IM Free/IM Breast Free/IM/Back

Class Senior Junior Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Senior Junior Freshman Freshman Freshman Junior Senior Sophomore Senior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Junior Senior Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Junior Senior Sophomore Freshman

Hometown/High School Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt County High School Smyrna, Ga./Woodward Academy Lititz, Pa./Warwick High School Spring Grove, Pa./Spring Grove Area High School Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt County High School Marietta, Ga./Walton High School Memphis, Tenn./St. Mary’s Episcopal School Couva, Trinidad & Tobago/The Baylor School Moultrie, Ga./Colquitt County High School Brinklow, Md./Sherwood High School Sugarland, Texas/Dulles High School Kennesaw, Ga./Kennesaw Mountain High School Toronto, Ontario, Canada/Silverthorne Collegiate Institute Clearwater, Fla./Countryside High School Aurora, Colo./Cherry Creek High School Mill Creek, Wash./Jackson High School Marietta, Ga./Pope High School Lawrenceville, Ga./Grayson High School Marietta, Ga./Lassiter High School Acworth, Ga./North Paulding High School Elk River, Minn./Elk River High School Glenview, Ill./Glenview South High School Downingtown, Pa./Downington West High School Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada/Vincent Massey Collegiate Wilmington, Del./The Tatnall School Overland Park, Kansas/Blue Valley West High School Brooklyn, N.Y./Brooklyn Technical High School Indiana, Pa./Germantown Academy

Name Yousef Alaskari Bobby Chambless Pace Clark Alec Cohen Taylor Dale Nicolas Fink Will Freeman Andrew Gemmell Jameson Hill Chase Kalisz Matias Koski Spencer Madanay Jared Markham John Mattern Derek Onken Chris Powell Garrett Powell Doug Reynolds Christian Riess Anival Rodriguez Nick Salyers John Simmons Ty Stewart Aidan Sweeney Conor Sweeney Michael Trice Walker Wheeler

Event(s) Fly Diving Fly Free/IM Back/Fly Breast/Free/IM Free/Fly/IM Free/IM/Back/Fly Free Breast/Fly/IM Free Diving Back/Free/IM Free/Breast Back/Free/IM Free Free Free/Fly Free/Fly/IM Back Free/Back/Fly Free Back Free Free Free Diving

Class Sophomore Junior Freshman Junior Freshman Junior Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Junior Freshman Junior Freshman Sophomore Senior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Junior Sophomore Freshman (RS) Junior Sophomore Freshman

Hometown/High School Kuwait City, Kuwait/American Heritage Dunwoody, Ga./Wesleyan School Memphis, Tenn./Memphis University School Woodstock, Ga./Etowah High School Dalton, Ga./Dalton High School Morristown, N.J./The Pingry School Atlanta, Ga./Greater Atlanta Christian Wilmington, Del./Charter School of Wilmington Savannah, Ga./Seton School Bel Air, Md./Fallston High School Duluth, Ga./Northview High School Honolulu, Hawaii/Punahou High School Centennial, Colo./Cherry Creek High School Aurora, Colo./Cherry Creek High School Marietta, Ga./The Walker School Hoschton, Ga./Mill Creek High School Bethesda, Md./Walter Johnson Loganville, Ga./Loganville High School New Orleans, La./Isidore Newman Garza, Garcia, Mexico/Universidad de Monterrey Roswell, Ga./Wesleyan School Suwanee, Ga./Peachtree Ridge High School Hattiesburg, Miss./Homeschooled Snellville, Ga./Brookwood High School Snellville, Ga./Brookwood High School Lawrenceville, Ga./Brookwood High School Atlanta, Ga./Riverwood International Charter School

2013-2014 Coaching Staff Jack Bauerle: Head Coach • Harvey Humphries: Senior Associate Head Coach Dan Laak: Head Diving Coach • Jerry Champer: Associate Head Coach Brian Smith: Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator • Stefanie Williams: Assistant Coach

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Coaching Staff

Jack Bauerle Head Coach 35th Year (W); 31st 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.” 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, the Olympic appointment became the crowning moment of his career. Bauerle has had unparalleled success in and out of the pool at Georgia, highlighted by five team national championships with the Lady Bulldogs. Under Bauerle’s watch, individual national and Southeastern Conference champions, All-Americans, record-setters, Academic All-Americans and NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipients have become the norm. In his stint overseeing Georgia’s program (not to mention his time as a Georgia swimmer himself and assistant coach), Bauerle has produced five team national championships and 10 SEC crowns with the Lady Bulldogs. He has been chosen as the SEC Coach of the Year 16 times and the National Women’s Coach of the Year six times. Bauerle will pilot the Georgia women for the 35th year and the men for the 31st in 2013-14. He has led the Lady Bulldogs to 287 dual-meet victories, five national championships and 10 SEC titles during his tenure. Counting his 201 wins as the Bulldogs’ coach, Bauerle has an overall record of 488-120-2. He will enter the season as the nation’s winningest active coach, the winningest coach in SEC history and the fourth-winningest coach in NCAA history. In 2013, Bauerle guided the Lady Bulldogs to their fifth NCAA title and their 10th SEC crown (their fourth straight) and earned National and SEC Coach of the Year honors again. The Lady Bulldogs had an individual winner and two relay champions at the NCAAs and the Bulldogs boasted an individual winner at the NCAAs. Moreover, the Lady Bulldogs set the American record in the 800 freestyle relay and the U.S. Open records in the 400 and 800 freestyle relays. Allison Schmitt won the Honda Award as the nation’s top swimmer and was chosen as the SEC Female Athlete of the year for all sports. Chase Kalisz earned SEC Male Freshman of the Year honors and Andrew Gemmell was named the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for swimming. In 2012, 13 swimmers (representing eight nations) with ties to the Georgia program competed in the Olympics, highlighted by Schmitt’s five medals, including three golds, and Shannon Vreeland’s gold medal. Away from the pool, Wendy Trott continued Georgia’s stellar academic success as she was chosen as the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for all sports and earned an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. At the 2008 Olympics, the United States women, under Bauerle’s watch, earned a total of 14 medals (two golds, seven silvers, five bronze), the most of any nation. Two of his pupils, Kara Lynn Joyce and Schmitt,

Bauerle’s Highlights GEORGIA WOMEN (1979-PRESENT) • 5 NCAA Championships (1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2013) • 7 NCAA runner-up finishes (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012) • 23 top-10 national finishes, including 18 in the top 5 • 10 SEC Championships (1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013) • 6-Time NCAA Coach of the Year (1998, 1999, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2013) • 14-Time SEC Coach of the Year (1981, 1986, 1991, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2013) • 69 NCAA Championship titles (45 individuals, 24 relays) • 152 All-Americans, earning 690 First-Team and 375 Honorable Mention certificates • 132 SEC champions (94 individuals and 38 relays) • Career record of 287-33-1 • Three NCAA Woman of the Year honorees • 22 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship recipients GEORGIA MEN (1983-PRESENT) • 2-Time SEC Coach of the Year (1992, 1997) • 16 NCAA Championship individual winners • 19 top-15 national finishes, including 12 in the top 10 • 92 All-Americans, earning 126 First-Team and 387 Honorable Mention certificates • 60 SEC individual champions • Career record of 201-87-1 • 6 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 and 2012 Olympics • United States Head Coach for the 2003, 2005 and 2011 World Championships • United States Assistant Coach for the 2001 World Championships • United States Head Coach for the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Duel In The Pool • Has coached at Pan Pacific Games,World University Games, United States National Team Camp, Elite Distance Camp and United States Olympic Festival

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. Georgia 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 all three. Bauerle has been inducted into the State of Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, the Georgia Aquatics Hall of Fame and the Montgomery County (Pa.) Coaches Hall of Fame. He also received the Bill Hartman Award, which is one of the highest honors given to a former UGA student-athlete based on 20 years of excellence in his profession. Besides coaching, Bauerle has dedicated his time and efforts to several community service endeavors. 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. 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 has been selected to Sphinx Club, Blue Key Society, the Gridiron Society and Phi Kappa Phi. He is also an avid outdoorsman. Bauerle, a native of Glenside, Pa., has three sons: John, Magill (who is named after legendary Georgia tennis coach and swimming letterman Dan Magill) and Duke.

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Coaching Staff

Harvey Humphries

Sr. Associate Head Coach 33rd Season Harvey Humphries, a fixture in the Georgia program for more than three decades, was promoted to Senior Associate Head Coach in 2012. Humphries is entering his 33rd year on the Georgia staff and his 39th year as a member of the program (including four years as a letterman and two years as a graduate assistant). Humphries is involved in all facets of the Georgia program, 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. In 2013, under Humphries’ tutelage, Matias Koski won the SEC title in the 500 freestyle. At the NCAAs, Humphries pupils Koski (third), Andrew Gemmell (fifth), Will Freeman (10th) and Martin Grodzki (11th) scored valuable points. On the women’s side, Amber McDermott was fourth at the NCAAs and Brittany MacLean came in seventh. At the SECs, McDermott placed second, Shannon Vreeland third, Allison Schmitt sixth, MacLean 11th and Jordan Mattern 13th. In 2012, Grodzki claimed the NCAA and SEC titles in the 500 and 1,650 freestyle, recording the fastest time in history on American soil at the NCAAs. Wendy Trott came in second at the NCAAs with the second-fastest swim of

Dan Laak

Diving Coach 27th Season Dan Laak, a two-time National Coach of the Year, a three-time SEC Coach of the Year and a two-time United States Olympic Coach, is entering his 27th season at Georgia with considerable experience both nationally and internationally. In 2013, Laak coached Laura Ryan to the women’s program’s first gold medal at the SECs as she took the 3-meter. Ryan also had a top-5 finish at the NCAAs on tower and she set the school records for platform dual/invitational and championship. Laak guided both Ryan and Ann-Perry Blank to the NCAAs, marking the first time in school history Georgia has had two divers at the national meet. Laak coached Ann-Perry Blank to scoring totals on all three boards at the 2012 SECs, including a fifth-place finish on tower. Owen Blank and Alex Watson posted scoring totals for the Bulldogs at the SECs. Laak also helped longtime protégé Chris Colwill qualify for the Olympics by winning the men’s 3-meter springboard title at the United States Trials. Colwill was joined in London by Laak, who served on the Team USA coaching staff. In 2011, Laak coached Hannah Moore to All-America honors on 3-meter. In 2010, she was an All-American on 1-meter and recorded second- and third-place efforts on the springboards at the SECs. Laak coached Colwill to an eighth-place effort on the 3-meter and a ninth-place finish on the 1-meter at the 2009 World Championships. In 2008, he guided Colwill to

all time in the 1,650 freestyle and she made history as the first woman to win four SEC tittles in the 1,650 freestyle. Gemmell won the U.S. Olympic Trials title in the 1,500 freestyle and was joined in London by Trott and Troyden Prinsloo. Under Humphries since 1989, Georgia boasts 18 NCAA and 48 SEC titles in the 500 and 1,650 freestyle and the 400 individual medley. Humphries has been chosen as the 2005 Georgia Senior Coach of the Year by United States Swimming three times. In 2007, USA Swimming chose Humphries as a member of the staff for the World University Games in Thailand. Apart from collegiate coaching, the Little Rock, Ark., native has 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 5 coach for the NCAA and USS. In the spring of 1997, Humphries was assistant women’s coach of the U.S. National Junior Team in Sweden and served as head men’s coach for the U.S. National Junior Team’s fall training camp in Colorado. Locally, Humphries serves as head coach of the Athens Bulldog Swim Club (ABSC) which has developed some of the top talent in the Southeast. Humphries has served as senior chairman for age-group swimming in Georgia and was the first recipient of the Schluetter Award, given to top national age-group 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. Humphries has given his time to the Paralympic Games, working as a volunteer along with members of ABSC during the 1996 Games in Atlanta. Humphries’ international travels took him to Spain as an assistant coach of the National Junior Team in 1999 and he served as the head men’s coach for the 2002 National Junior Team that competed in Italy. Humphries was inducted into the Arkansas Swimming Hall of Fame in 2002. Humphries graduated from Georgia in 1980 with a bachelor’s in microbiology. He and his wife Wendy have a son Billy and a daughter Pirie Anne. National Diver of the Year honors as Colwill placed first on 1-meter and was second on both 3-meter and platform at the NCAAs. Laak was chosen 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. Laak was a United States coach at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, where one of the competitors was Colwill. He also served in 2008 as National Team Coach at the USA Grand Prix and as National Team Coach/Team Leader at the FINA World Series. In 2007, Laak coached Genya Gouzeev to a ninth-place finish on 1-meter at the NCAAs. 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 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 Worlds. 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 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 and the USA Grand Prix. Laak has additional experience in many different facets of the international diving community. In 1987 and 1999, he served as a judge at the World University Games in Yugoslavia and Spain, respectively. In 1990, Laak served as a diving coach at the U.S. Olympic Festival, and returned to the 1993 U.S. Olympic Festival 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 bachelor’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 Kim have two sons, Tyler and Justin.

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Coaching Staff

Jerry Champer

Associate Head Coach 11th Season Jerry Champer returns for his 11th year as a member of the Georgia coaching staff and his second as Associate Head Coach. In 2013, under Champer’s direction, Lauren Harrington came in second in the 200 butterfly at the NCAAs, setting the school’s second-fastest time. Virtually every top performance in the butterfly on Georgia’s all-time list has been established during Champer’s tenure, including Mary DeScenza’s marks in

Brian Smith

Associate Head Coach 7th Season Brian Smith is entering his seventh season, his second as Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator, while working primarily with the sprinters. In 2013, Smith helped Allison Schmitt claim an NCAA title in the 200 freestyle. The 800 freestyle relay of Shannon Vreeland, Megan Romano, Jordan Mattern and Schmitt set American, U.S. Open, NCAA, SEC meet and school records, while the 400 freestyle relay of Vreeland, Chantal Van Landeghem, Schmitt and Romano established U.S. Open,

Stefanie Williams Assistant Coach 2nd Season

Stefanie Williams, a 28-time All-American and four-time national champion for Georgia, returns for her second season as an assistant coach. Williams works with the backstroke and middle distance groups. In 2013, Williams helped coach Ty Stewart to the school record in the men’s 200 backstroke. Stewart and Jared Markham (fourth) posted two

the 100 and the 200 and the records of Gil Stovall in the 100 and Mark Dylla in the 200. DeScenza, Dylla and Stovall are were NCAA champions. Champer previously served as the head coach at Western Illinois from 1994-2001. He was named to the WIU Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012 as the school’s winningest coach. Champer was named the Mid-Continent Conference Men’s Coach of the Year four times and the Women’s Coach of the Year twice. Champer led Western Illinois to five conference titles. Champer earned Southern States Conference Men’s Coach of the Year honors in 1999 and 2000 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 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. Champer is married to the former Lu Harris, Georgia’s softball coach. The Champers have three daughters — ­ twins Emma and Jenna, and Mya. NCAA, SEC meet and school marks. And the 200 freestyle relay of Maddie Locus,Van Landeghem, Schmitt and Romano lowered the SEC meet and Georgia records. 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 assisted with travel, recruiting and dryland training. After Arizona State, Smith spent 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 NCAA Championships qualifiers in 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. Smith also spent four years as the head club coach for FAST in Great Falls, Mont., four years as an assistant coach at Northern Arizona University, and one year 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.

of the top five times in the 200 backstroke in school history, while Stewart (fourth) and Anival Rodriguez (seventh) had top-10 efforts in the 100 backstroke. Before returning to Athens, Williams spent four years with the Ohio State women’s team, including serving in 2011-12 as associate head coach. She was an assistant coach for Missouri’s men and women for three years. Williams helped the Lady Bulldogs win three NCAA and three SEC titles during her career from 1999-2002. She earned the maximum 28 All-America certificates (24 First-Team and four Honorable Mention). Williams was a member of four national championship relays, helping the 200 and 400 freestyle relays set American records in 2002. She was a two-time SEC champion in the 200 freestyle and was on 10 victorious relays at the SECs. Williams left Georgia with the school mark in the 200 freestyle and still ranks in the top 10 in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle. A team captain her senior year, Williams twice was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll and graduated with a degree in Sports Communications.

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Administration, Support Staff, Quick Facts

Jere W. Morehead University President

Steven Colquitt Sports Communications

Jos Smith

Volunteer Coach

Greg McGarity

David Shipley

Carla Williams

Director Of Athletics

Faculty Athletics Representative

Ashley Montgomery

Paige Herring Athletic Training

Strength & Conditioning

Cesar Castro

Rhys Brennan

Academic Counseling

Volunteer Coach

Videographer

B.J. Jordan

Executive Associate AD * Sport Administrator

Administrative Assistant

Katrin Koch

Christie Purks

Maria Breen

Michael Gett

Nutrition

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QUICK FACTS School................................ University of Georgia Location..............................................Athens, Ga. Nickname.................................................Bulldogs Mascot........................................................Uga IX Colors.............................................Red and Black Conference...................................... Southeastern Founded.......................................................... 1785 Enrollment.................................................. 34,816 President..................................Jere W. Morehead Director Of Athletics...................Greg McGarity Faculty Athletics Rep.....................David Shipley Head Coach......................................Jack Bauerle Sr. Associate Head Coach.....Harvey Humphries Associate Head Coaches............ Jerry Champer, Brian Smith Assistant Coach....................... Stefanie Williams Diving Coach.........................................Dan Laak S&D Phone....................................(706) 542-7946 S&D SID...................................... Steven Colquitt SID Phone.....................................(706) 542-1621 SID E-Mail...................scolquitt@sports.uga.edu Website.....................................georgiadogs.com Mailing Address................................1 Selig Circle Athens, Ga. 30602 Facility..........................................Ramsey Center

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Ann-Perry Blank Senior Moultrie, Ga.

2012-2013: • Competed on the 1- and 3-meter springboards and on platform at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the program’s fifth national title. • Qualified for the NCAAs by placing third on platform at the Zone B Championships. • Placed ninth on platform and 17th on 3-meter and competed on 1-meter at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Came in fifth on platform, 14th on 3-meter and 15th on 1-meter at the SEC Championships, where the Lady Bulldogs won their third straight title. • Qualified for the NCAA Zone B Championships on all three boards. • Placed ninth on platform, 23rd on 3-meter and 25th on 1-meter at the Zone B Championships. 2010-2011: • Came in fifth on platform, 13th on 1-meter and 19th on 3-meter in helping the Lady Bulldogs win the SEC Championship. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshmen Team. • Chosen as the SEC Diver of the Week on Nov. 9 after winning the 3-meter and placing fourth on the 1-meter against Georgia Tech and Emory. • Qualified for the Zone B Championships on 3-meter. High School: • Graduated from Colquitt County High School. • Coached by Ed Goodman of the Moss Farms Diving Tigers. • Named four-time All-American for diving. • Was the 2004 national champion on 1-meter. Personal: • Born May 2, 1992. • Daughter of Bobby and Mary Ann Blank. • Majoring in Communication Studies. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard.........................296.18................................. 11 Georgia Tech 3-Meter Springboard.........................312.68................................................13 Texas Platform................................................275.20.............. 13 Zone B Championships

Olivia Boggs Junior Smyrna, Ga.

2013-2014: • Named a recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence. • Chosen as a swimming and diving representative to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-2013: • Finished 18th in the 200 breaststroke, 19th in the 100 breaststroke and 23rd in the 50 freestyle at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 grade point average. 2011-2012: • Recorded B-cut times in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. • Named to the Dean’s List and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall and Spring semesters. • Recognized by the UGA Athletic Association for having all As during her academic career. • Named to the SEC’s 2011-12 First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Honorable Mention Team. • Participated in the United States Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. High School: • Graduated from Woodward Academy and swam under Laurie Davidson. • Swam for Swim Atlanta and was coached by Doug Gjertsen. • Was a four-time All-American. • Named a Scholastic All-American three times. • Was the 2010 Georgia state champion in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. • Swam on the 2011 Class AAAA state championship 200 freestyle relay. • Named Woodward Academy’s Most Valuable Swimmer four straight years. • Set Woodward Academy records in seven events. • Named 2011 First-Team All-State. • Qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100 breaststroke. Personal: • Born June 4, 1993. • Daughter of Stephen and Beth Boggs. • Majoring in Accounting. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................23.03............................. 13 SEC Championships 100 Freestyle................................50.05.............................13 Bulldog Last Chance 100 Breaststroke.........................1:01.85.......................... 13 SEC Championships 200 Breaststroke.........................2:12.30.......................... 13 SEC Championships

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Emily Cameron Freshman Lititz, Pa.

High School: • Graduated from Warwick High School with honors and was coached by Mark Daum. • Coached by Casey Coble at the Lancaster Aquatic Club. • Was a seven-time state champion. • Set state records in the 50-yard freestyle, the 200-yard individual medley and the 100-yard breaststroke. • Won the 200-meter individual medley at the 2012 NCSA Junior National Championships. • Earned 12 All-America honors. Personal: • Born September 28, 1994. • Daughter of Paul and Lisa Cameron. • Majoring in Sport Management. Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................22.75.............................................. 12 PIAA State 100 Freestyle................................49.45.....................................11 PIAA Girls High 100 Breaststroke.........................1:00.54........................................... 12 PIAA State 200 Individual Medley.................1:57.74........................................... 12 PIAA State

Hali Flickinger Sophomore Spring Grove, Pa.

Record Book: • Set the fourth-best time in the 200 butterfly and the seventh-best time in the 400 individual medley in school history. 2012-2013: • Came in 13th in the 200 butterfly and 14th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed fourth in the 200 butterfly, fifth in the 400 individual medley and 17th in the 200 individual medley at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Week on Jan. 8 after winning three individual events and on one relay in the sweep of North Carolina State and Savannah College of Art & Design. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

High School: • Graduated from Spring Grove Area High School. • Swam for York YMCA Aquatic Club and was coached by Michael Brooks. • Chosen as a three-time Scholastic All-American. • Was the 2011 and 2012 YMCA Short Course national champion and set the record in the 200 butterfly. • Was the 2010, 2011 and 2012 YMCA Short Course national champion and record holder in the 400 individual medley. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 400 freestyle, the 200 backstroke, the 200 butterfly, and the 200 and 400 individual medley. • Chosen as a member of the 2011-12 National Junior Team. • Named to the 2011-12 Open Water National Junior Team. • Chosen as a member of the 2011-12 U.S. FINA World Cup Team. International: • Competed in the 2011 FINA World Junior Championship in Peru. • Competed in the 2011 FINA World Cup in Russia and Germany. • Won two silver medals (400 individual medley and 800 freestyle) in Russia. Personal: • Born July 7, 1994. • Daughter of Doug and Lea Flickinger. • Majoring in Biology. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Butterfly.................................1:55.39.....................13 NCAA Championships 200 Individual Medley.................1:58.70.......................... 13 SEC Championships 400 Individual Medley.................4:09.47.....................13 NCAA Championships

Haley Goodman Sophomore Moultrie, Ga.

2012-2013: • Established career-high totals on 1-meter against Texas and 3-meter against Emory. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated with honors from Colquitt County High School. • Coached by Ed Goodman at Colquitt County High School. • Was a Class 5A High School State finalist in 2011 and 2012, and a 2009 Age Group National Qualifier. Personal: • Born March 20, 1994. • Daughter of Ed and Mary Pat Goodman. • Majoring in Biological Science. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard..................210.75.......................................................13 Texas 3-Meter Springboard..................198.53.................................................... 12 Emory

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Jessica Graber

Senior Marietta, Ga.

Record Book: • Ranks ninth in school history in the 50 freestyle. 2012-2013: • Came in second on the 200 freestyle relay at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed eighth in the 50 freestyle, 21st in the 100 freestyle and the 200 freestyle, and seventh on the 200 medley relay at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Swam on the 200 freestyle relay that came in ninth at the NCAA Championships. • Competed in the 50 and 100 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Finished 16th in the 50 freestyle and competed in the 100 and 200 freestyle, helping the Lady Bulldogs win their third straight title. • Helped the 200 freestyle relay earn a runner-up finish at the SECs. • Named Second-Team All-SEC. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall Semester. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 50 freestyle. 2010-2011: • Swam on the 200 freestyle relay that placed seventh at NCAAs. • Swam exhibition at the SEC Championships in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle. • Named to the 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the 2011 Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Walton High School. • Swam for Chattahoochee Gold Swim Team and was coached by Pat Murphy. • Was the high school state champion in 2010 in the 50 freestyle. • Was a part of the team that held the high school state record in the 200 freestyle relay. • Chosen as a Scholastic All-American. • Selected to the All-America and All-County teams. • Was a part of the team that placed third in the state in 2009 and 2010. • Named a Gold Award Winner on Chattahoochee Gold in 2009. • Was a member of Beta Club, National Honor Society and graduated with a 4.0 grade point average. Personal: • Born March 6, 1992. • Daughter of Greg and Quiteen Graber. • Majoring in Advertising. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................22.38............................. 13 SEC Championships 100 Freestyle................................49.37............................. 13 SEC Championships 200 Freestyle................................1:47.87.......................... 13 SEC Championships

Lauren Harrington Junior Memphis, Tenn.

Record Book: • Posted the second-best time in the 200 butterfly, the third-best time in the 100 butterfly and the 10th-best time in the 50 freestyle in school history. • Helped the 400 medley relay match the school record. 2013-2014: • Chosen as the recipient of the Jack Bauerle Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholarship. 2012-2013: • Came in second in the 200 butterfly, sixth on the 400 medley relay and 14th on the 200 medley relay at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed second on the 400 medley relay, fifth in the 200 butterfly, seventh in the 100 butterfly and on the 200 medley relay, and 10th in the 50 freestyle at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named Second-Team All-SEC. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Director’s Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Came in ninth on the 200 freestyle relay and 10th on the 200 and 400 medley relays at the NCAAs. • Placed sixth in the 200 butterfly, eighth in the 100 butterfly and ninth in the 50 freestyle at the SECs, helping the Lady Bulldogs win their third straight title. • Swam on the second-place 200 freestyle and 400 medley relays and the fourth-place 200 medley relay at the SECs. • Named Second-Team All-SEC and to the All-Freshmen Team. • Twice named the SEC Freshman of the Week for her efforts against Auburn and Texas. • Named to the Dean’s List and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Spring Semester. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 50 freestyle and the 100 and 200 butterfly. High School: • Graduated from St. Mary’s Episcopal School. • Swam for the Memphis Tiger Swim Club and was coached by Louis Demetriades. • Was a member of the National Junior Team in 2008, 2009, 2010. • Was a 2009 gold medalist in the 400 medley relay and a silver medalist in the 100 butterfly at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships. • Placed fourth at the U.S. Open in the 100 butterfly in 2008. • Finished as an undefeated Tennessee high school state champion in the 100 butterfly in 2008- 2011. • Set the Tennessee state record for 2008 and 2011 in the 100 butterfly. Personal: • Born October 16, 1992.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers • Daughter of Clay and Bisha Harrington. • Majoring in Digital and Broadcast Journalism. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................22.41............................. 13 SEC Championships 100 Butterfly.................................52.39............................. 13 SEC Championships 200 Butterfly ...............................1:54.39.....................13 NCAA Championships

Kimberlee John-Williams

Freshman Couva, Trinidad & Tobago High School: • Graduated from the Baylor School. • Swam for the Baylor Swim Club and was coached by Dan Flack. • Honored as a 2012-2013 Scholastic All-American. • Was a seven-time Tennessee State Champion. • Received 10 All-America honors. • Broke the national record on the 200 freestyle relay in 2012. • Competed on Baylor’s national championship teams in 2011 and 2012 and its state championship teams in 2011, 2012 and 2013 International: • Represented Trinidad and Tobago at the World Junior Championships in Peru in 2011. Personal: • Born October 27, 1994. • Daughter of Patrick and Nathalee John-Williams. • Majoring in International Affairs. Personal Bests: 100 Backstroke............................54.04...................12 Tennessee Championships 100 Butterfly.................................54.96...................12 Tennessee Championships

Elizabeth Ann Kirkland Freshman Moultrie, Ga.

High School: • Graduated from Colquitt County High School. • Competed for the Moss Farms Diving Team and was coached by Ed Goodman. • Was the 2012 5A state champion and 2013 6A state champion on the 1-meter springboard. • Placed fifth at the USA Diving Age Group National Championships on the 1-meter springboard in 2012 and on the 3-meter springboard in 2011. • Came in first on the 1-meter springboard at the 2006 U.S. Diving Spring

East Nationals. • Qualified for All-America honors four times. Personal: • Born January 3, 1995. • Daughter of David and Susan Kirkland. • Majoring in Scientific Illustration.

Anna Kolanowski Freshman Brinklow, Md.

High School: • Graduated from Sherwood High School where she was coached by Brandon Lees. • Swam for the Rockville Montgomery Swim Club under Scott Vekeman. • Went undefeated in high school dual meets in 2012 and 2013. • Set school records in the 100 butterfly and 200 freestyle in 2013. • Was the 2013 state champion in the 100 and 200 freestyle. • Chosen as First Team All-Met by the Washington Post in 2013. • Named a 2013 All-American in the 200 freestyle. • Anchored two All-America relays for Sherwood in 2013, the 400 freestyle and 200 medley. • Placed third in the 200 freestyle at NCSA Summer Junior Nationals in 2013. • Broke the state record in the 200 freestyle in 2012. Personal: • Born September 17, 1995. • Daughter of Paul and Maria Kolanowski. • Majoring in Athletic Training. Personal Bests: 100 Butterfly.................................55.87.............................. 13 DC Championships 200 Freestyle................................1:48.36........................... 13 DC Championships 1,000 Freestyle.............................10:02.13.................... 12 Tom Dolan Invitational

Maddie Locus Junior Sugarland, Texas

Record Book: • Holds the sixth-fastest time in the 50 freestyle and the eighth-fastest time in the 100 freestyle in school history. • Led off the 200 freestyle relay that set the Georgia record. 2013-2014: • Chosen as the female recipient of the Joel Eaves Award, which is present-

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers ed to the rising senior (academically) with the highest grade point average. • Named Co-Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and serves as the SAAC representative to the Dean of Students Advisory Board. • Named a recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic/Athletic Excellence. 2012-2013: • Came in second on the 200 freestyle relay at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed fourth in the 50 freestyle, 18th in the 100 butterfly, 24th in the 100 freestyle and first on the 200 freestyle relay at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Chosen for the SEC Community Service Team. • Selected to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Inducted into the UGA Athletic Association’s Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program. • Selected for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Initiated into the Blue Key Honor Society and Golden Key International Honor Society. • Inducted into Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society. • Chosen as swimming’s recipient of the UGA Scholar-Athlete Award. • Chosen as the recipient of the Jack Bauerle Endowed Scholarship. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Chosen as a Midterm Foundation Fellows finalist (one of 10 at UGA). • Won the Fall 2012 Hollingsworth Award for having the best performance in Math 3000. 2011-2012: • Placed third on the 400 freestyle relay, ninth on the 200 freestyle relay, 10th on the 200 medley relay and 11th in the 100 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Came in second on the 200 and 400 freestyle relays, third in the 100 freestyle, fourth in the 50 freestyle and on the 200 medley relay, and sixth in the 200 freestyle at the SEC Championships, helping the Lady Bulldogs win their third straight title. • Named Second-Team All-SEC and to the All-Freshmen Team. • Selected as the SEC Freshman of the Week for her efforts against South Carolina and Tennessee. • Chosen as a Presidential Scholar by the UGA Athletic Association with a 4.0 GPA during the Fall Semester. • Recognized by the UGA Athletic Association for having all As during her academic career. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the Spring Semester. • Chosen as the recipient of the Jack Bauerle Scholarship. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Selected to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle. High School: • Graduated from Dulles High School and was coached by Jessica Tanner. • Swam for First Colony Swim Team and was coached by Allison Beebe. • Named Dulles High School 2010-2011 Female Athlete of the Year. • Chosen as the Dulles MVP in 2009, 2010 and 2011. • Was the 2011 Texas 5A state champion in the 50 and 100 freestyle. • Was the 2010 Texas 5A state champion in the 50 freestyle and placed second in the 100 freestyle. • Set the Texas state record in the 50 freestyle. • Was the 2010 NCSA Junior Nationals champion in the 50 freestyle and claimed silver in the 100 and 200 freestyle.

• Was the 2010 Winter Junior Nationals champion in the 50 and 100 freestyle. • Competed at the 2010 Irish Nationals as a member of the 2010 NCSA All-Star Team. • Was a silver medalist in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle at the 2011 NCSA Junior Nationals. Personal: • Born July 29, 1993. • Daughter of Paul and Kathy Locus. • Majoring in Mathematics. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................22.10............................. 12 SEC Championships 100 Freestyle................................48.32........................12 NCAA Championships 200 Freestyle................................1:45.82.....................12 NCAA Championships 100 Butterfly.................................53.76............................. 13 SEC Championships

Ansley Long Senior Kennesaw, Ga.

2012-2013: • Posted Zone qualifying scores on 1-meter against Texas and on 3-meter against Emory. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Came in 21st on 3-meter and 22nd on 1-meter at the SEC Championships, where the Lady Bulldogs won their third straight title. • Qualified for the NCAA Zone B Championships with a career-best 289.05 points on 3-meter. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall Semester. 2010-2011: • Qualified for the NCAA Zone B Championships with 299.03 points on 3-meter. • Named to the 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the 2011 Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the Summer Semester Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Kennesaw Mountain High School. • Coached by John Ames at the Atlanta Diving Association. • Chosen as an All-American and an Academic All-American for diving. • Was the 2009 Class 5A state champion. • Claimed the Cobb County championship in 2009 and 2010. Personal: • Born November 27, 1991. • Daughter of Todd and Alisa Long. • Majoring in Geography. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard..........................266.02...............................................13 Texas 3-Meter Springboard..........................316.57............................................ 12 Emory Platform.................................................200.40......................... 10 UGA Invitational

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Brittany MacLean Sophomore Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Record Book: • Set the school’s third-fastest time in the 1,650 freestyle, the fourth-best time in the 1,000 freestyle and the sixth-fastest time in the 500 freestyle. 2012-2013: • Came in first on the 800 freestyle relay, seventh in the 1,650 freestyle, 11th in the 500 freestyle and 12th in the 200 freestyle at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed seventh in the 1,650 freestyle, 10th in the 200 freestyle and 11th in the 500 freestyle at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2012 Olympics: • Swimming for Canada, placed fourth on the 800 freestyle relay and seventh in the 400 freestyle. High School: • Graduated from Silverthorn Collegiate Institute. • Swam for Etobicoke Swim Club and was coached by Kevin Thorburn. • Was a member of the 2009-2011 Canadian Junior National Team. • Set the Canadian record in the 400 freestyle with a time of 4:05.06. International: • Represented Canada in the 2013 World Championships in Spain. • Earned bronze medals on the 400 and 800 freestyle relays at the 2013 World University Games in Russia. • Placed seventh on the 800 freestyle relay at the 2011 World Championships. • Won the 200 and 400 freestyle at the 2011 Junior World Championships. Personal: • Born March 3, 1994. • Daughter of Dan and Michele MacLean. • Currently undecided on a major. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Freestyle................................1:45.40.....................13 NCAA Championships 500 Freestyle................................4:38.84.....................13 NCAA Championships 1,650 Freestyle.............................15:54.63...................13 NCAA Championships

Melanie Margalis Senior Clearwater, Fla.

Record Book: • Holds the school records in the 200 and 400 individual medley and ranks No. 3 in the 100 and 200 breaststroke in UGA history. • Helped the 400 medley relay match the school record. 2013-2014: • Selected as a team captain. • Named the recipient of the Women’s Swimming and Diving Scholarship. 2012-2013: • Came in sixth in the 200 individual medley and on the 400 medley relay, seventh in the 400 individual medley and 11th in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed first in the 200 individual medley, second on the 400 medley relay, fourth in the 100 and 200 breaststroke, and seventh on the 200 medley relay at the SECs as Georgia claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Chosen as the SEC Swimmer of the Week on Oct. 30 after winning three races against Florida and on Dec. 4 for her performance during the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 2011-2012: • Placed third on the 400 freestyle relay, sixth in the 200 individual medley, 10th in the 400 individual medley and 11th in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAAs. • Came in first on the 800 freestyle relay, second in the 200 and 400 individual medley and on the 400 freestyle relay, and fourth in the 200 breaststroke at the SECs, helping Georgia win its third straight title. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Twice named the SEC Female Swimmer of the Week for her efforts against North Carolina and Texas. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall and Spring Semesters. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 freestyle, the 200 breaststroke, and the 200 and 400 individual medley. 2010-2011: • Swam on the victorious 400 freestyle relay at the NCAAs and also placed sixth in the 200 individual medley and ninth in the 400 individual medley. • Helped Georgia repeat as the SEC champion by placing first on the 800 freestyle relay (that set the then-American record), second in the 200 and 400 individual medley, and third in the 200 breaststroke. • Named First-Team All-SEC and to the SEC’s All-Freshmen Team. • Named the Counsilman-Hunsaker National Collegiate Swimmer of the Week and the SEC Swimmer of the Week after winning three events in Georgia’s victory over Florida. • Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week twice for her efforts in the

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers Georgia Invitational and against Texas. International: • Earned a gold medal by swimming in the prelims of the 800 freestyle relay and a bronze medal in the 200 individual medley at the 2013 World University Games in Russia. • Competed on the 2013 U.S. FINA Short Course World Championships Team. High School: • Graduated from Countryside High School. • Swam for St. Petersburg Aquatics and was coached by Fred Lewis. • Was a three-time state champion and Florida state high school record-holder in the 200 individual medley. • Named high school swim team MVP four years in a row. • Was the 2009 state champion in the 500 freestyle. • Named 2009-2010 Pinellas County Female Athlete of the Year. • Was a part of the 2009 National Youth Championship team. • Was a member of the 2006 state championship relay team. Personal: • Born December 30, 1991. • Daughter of Bob and Caryn Margalis and the sister of former Georgia All-American and NCAA champion Robert Margalis. • Majoring in Fashion Merchandising. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Breaststroke.........................59.34............................ 12 UGA Fall Invitational 200 Breaststroke.........................2:08.60.....................13 NCAA Championships 200 Individual Medley.................1:54.55.......................... 13 SEC Championships 400 Individual Medley.................4:05.26......................... 12 UGA Fall Invitational

Jordan Mattern Junior Aurora, Colo.

Record Book: • Holds the sixth-fastest time in the 200 backstroke, the eighth-best time in the 200 freestyle and the ninth-fastest time in the 500 freestyle in the Georgia record book. • Helped the 800 freestyle relay set the American, U.S. Open, SEC and Georgia records. 2013-2014: • Named a recipient of the Vickie and Leon Farmer Scholarship. • Chosen as a swimming and diving representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-2013: • Came in 13th in the 200 and 500 freestyle at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed first on the 800 freestyle relay, seventh in the 200 freestyle, 12th in the 500 freestyle and 17th in the 200 backstroke at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Chosen for the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Selected for the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

• Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 2011-2012: • Swam the second leg of the victorious 800 freestyle relay and came in 12th in the 200 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Placed first on the 800 freestyle relay, fifth in the 200 freestyle, and seventh in the 500 freestyle and the 200 backstroke at the SECs to help Georgia claim its third straight title. • Named First-Team All-SEC and to the All-Freshmen Team. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall Semester. • Recognized by the UGA Athletic Association for having all As during her academic career. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 400 freestyle and the 200 backstroke. International: • Won a gold medal on the 800 freestyle relay at the 2013 World Championships in Spain. • Was a member of the inaugural Youth Olympic team in August 2010 in Singapore. High School: • Graduated from Cherry Creek High and was coached by Eric Craven. • Swam for the Colorado Stars under Coach Todd Schmitz. • Was the Colorado 5A high school champion in the 200 freestyle in 2010 and 2011, setting the state record both years. • Earned 14 All-America honors. • Selected All-State three times and to All-State relays five times. • Was a three-time Academic All-American. • Won a gold medal as a member of the Stars 800 freestyle relay at the 2010 Nationals. • Set the National Age Group (Open) record in the 400 and 800 freestyle relays in 2010. Personal: • Born February 1, 1993. • Daughter of Lyle and Sarah Mattern. • Her brother, John, is a swimmer on the Georgia men’s team. • Majoring in Biology. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Freestyle................................1:44.72.....................12 NCAA Championships 500 Freestyle................................4:39.66......................... 12 UGA Fall Invitational 200 Backstroke............................1:54.89.......................... 13 SEC Championships

Amber McDermott Junior Mill Creek, Wash.

Record Book: • Holds the No. 2 time in the 1,650 freestyle and is No. 3 in the 500 and 1,000 freestyle, and No. 5 in the 400 individual medley in school history. 2012-2013: • Came in second in the 500 freestyle, fourth in the 1,650 freestyle and

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers 11th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed second in the 500 freestyle, fifth in the 1,650 freestyle and sixth in the 400 individual medley at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named Second-Team All-SEC. • Chosen as the SEC Swimmer of the Week on Jan. 8 after winning two events in Georgia’s sweep of North Carolina State and Savannah College of Art & Design. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Swam on the victorious 800 freestyle relay and finished second in the 500 freestyle, fifth in the 1,650 freestyle and 13th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Year after winning the 500 freestyle and placing fifth in the 1,650 freestyle and ninth in the 400 individual medley as Georgia won its third straight league title. • Named First-Team All-SEC and to the All-Freshmen Team. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall and Spring Semesters. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 200, 400 and 800 freestyle and the 400 individual medley. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Henry M. Jackson High School and IQ Academy. • Coached by Drew Whorley on her high school team. • Competed for Swim Atlanta under Chris Davis. • Took first in the 400, 800 and 1,500 freestyle at the 2009 U.S. Open. • Was a member of 2008-2009 National Junior Team. • Named to the 2009-2010 National Team and National Junior Team. • Chosen as a member of 2010-2011 National Youth Team. • Placed second at the 2009 Junior Pan Pacifics in the 800 freestyle. Personal: • Born March 10, 1993. • Daughter of Tom and Kelly McDermott. • Majoring in Communication Studies. Collegiate Personal Bests: 500 Freestyle................................... 4:34.55..................... 11 UGA Fall Invitational 1,650 Freestyle................................ 15:51.49...............12 NCAA Championships 400 Individual Medley.................... 4:07.42.................13 NCAA Championships

Anna Neumeister Junior Marietta, Ga.

2013-2014: • Named a recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic/Athletic Excellence. 2012-2013: • Placed 12th in the 400 individual medley and competed in the 200 individual medley and the 200 backstroke at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs won the team title for the fourth straight year.

• Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA. • Named an Honorable Mention Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 2011-2012: • Recorded B-cut times in the 200 backstroke and the 400 individual medley. • Named to the Dean’s List and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Spring Semester. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the Fall Semester. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Honorable Mention Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 400 individual medley. High School: • Graduated from Pope High School and was coached by Chris Hoan. • Swam for the Chattahoochee Gold Swim Team and Coach Pat Murphy. • Earned All-America and Academic All-America honors from 2008-2011. • Was the 2011 Georgia state champion in the 100 backstroke. Personal: • Born May 25, 1993. • Daughter of Dave and Fran Neumeister. • Majoring in Accounting. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Backstroke............................1:58.04..........................12 Bulldog Last Chance 200 Individual Medley.................2:01.32......................... 12 UGA Fall Invitational 400 Individual Medley.................4:12.45 ....................... 12 UGA Fall Invitational

Darcie O’Brien Junior Lawrenceville, Ga.

2012-2013: • Posted Zone qualifying scores on 3-meter against Emory and on platform in the UGA Fall Invitational. • Came in 16th on platform and competed on 1- and 3-meter at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs won the team title for the fourth straight season. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Qualified for the NCAA Zone Championships with 229.70 points on platform at the Bulldog Last Chance Meet. • Named to the Dean’s List and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall and Spring Semesters. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Honorable Mention Team. High School: • Graduated from Grayson and was coached by Betty Hudson. • Coached by Luke Bagnaschi with the Georgia Diving Club. • Claimed third on 1-meter springboard at the 2011 Georgia state championship meet. Personal: • Born March 1, 1993.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers • Daughter of Kevin and Cheryl O’Brien. • Majoring in Advertising. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard..................261.50...........................12 Bulldog Last Chance 3-Meter Springboard..................290.85.................................................... 12 Emory Platform.........................................229.70...........................12 Bulldog Last Chance

Shannon O’Malley Junior Marietta, Ga.

Record Book: • Holds the 10th-fastest time in the 200 breaststroke in school history. 2013-2014: • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-2013: • Came in 14th on the 200 medley relay at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed 11th in the 200 breaststroke, 13th in the 100 breaststroke and 20th in the 200 individual medley at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 2011-2012: • Competed in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Placed eighth in the 100 breaststroke, 10th in the 200 breaststroke and 13th in the 200 individual medley at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs won their third straight conference title. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshmen Team. • Named to the AD’s Honor Roll following the Spring Semester. • Qualified for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200 breaststroke. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Honorable Mention Team. High School: • Graduated from Lassiter High School and was coached by Glenn Meeden. • Swam for Stingrays Swimming under Ian Goss, Michael Soderlund and Pike Hightower. • Was a member of the Georgia state championship team from 2008-2011. • Was the Georgia state champion in 2010 and 2011 in the 100 breaststroke. • Was the state champion in 2011 in the 200 individual medley and on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays. • Earned NISCA All-America honors in the 100 breaststroke, the 200 individual medley, and on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays in 2010 and 2011. • Set Lassiter records in the 100 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley and on the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.

• Was a four-time First Team All-County selection. • Was a four-time NISCA and USA Swimming Academic All-American. • Was a member of the Southern Zone Team in 2009. • Was a four-time Senior National Qualifier in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and the 200 and 400 individual medley. • Qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 100 breaststroke. Personal: • Born April 25, 1993. • Daughter of Brian and Shelley O’Malley. • Majoring in Advertising and Marketing. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Breaststroke.........................1:00.72.......................... 13 SEC Championships 200 Breaststroke.........................2:10.46.......................... 13 SEC Championships 200 Individual Medley.................2:00.15.......................... 13 SEC Championships

Courtney Peters Junior Acworth, Ga.

2012-2013: • Competed at the NCAAs where the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for Fall Semester. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 2011-2012: • Recorded a B-cut time in the 200 butterfly. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the Spring Semester. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 200 butterfly. High School: • Graduated from North Paulding High School where she was coached by Melissa Givens. • Swam for the Marietta Marlins and Yit Aun Lim. • Earned long course senior state high point honors in 2010 and 2011. • Was the 200 butterfly Georgia state champion in 2008, 2009 and 2011. • Was the 2009 Georgia state champion in the 400 individual medley. • Was the 2010 and 2011 Georgia state champion in the 200 individual medley. • Was the Georgia LSC athlete representative to USA Swimming from 2009-2011. • Named a Scholastic All-American. • Qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials in the 200 butterfly. Personal: • Born October 3, 1992. • Daughter of Chris and Nancy Peters. • Majoring in Early Childhood Education. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Butterfly.................................54.41.............................13 Bulldog Last Chance 200 Butterfly.................................1:56.74..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance 500 Freestyle................................4:51.63..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance

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Laura Ryan Senior Elk River, Minn.

Record Book: • Set the school and pool records on platform for a dual meet or a invitational. • Set the school record on platform for a championship meet. 2013-2014: • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named a recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic/Athletic Excellence. 2012-2013: • Came in fifth on platform and 13th on 3-meter at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed first on 3-meter, third on platform and 18th on 1-meter at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Named the SEC Diver of the Week after winning both boards against Florida. • Named to the Olympic Performance Squad, the United States Canada Cup Team and the FINA Grand Prix by USA Diving. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 2011-2012: • Competing for Indiana, came in eighth on 3-meter and 12th on 1-meter and platform at the NCAA Championships. 2010-2011: • Won the Big Ten championship on platform, came in second on 1-meter and placed third on 3-meter. High School: • Graduated from Elk River High and was coached by Jason Baumann. • Was a three-time AAU National Champion. • Won the Minnesota state championship in 2007. • Was a three-time Academic All-State honoree. • Set eight school records in diving, swimming and track. National/International: • Earned a team silver medal and a bronze in 3-meter synchro springboard at the World University Games in Russia. • Won the 3-meter synchro and claimed high point honors at the 2012 AT&T National Championships. • Won a bronze medal at the 2012 FINA Grand Prix in 10-meter synchro. • Was a 2012 London World Cup team member and placed 10th in 10-meter synchro. • Has been a National Team member since 2010. • Won a bronze medal at the 2009 Junior Pan American Games on 1-meter. • Was a member of the 2008-09 Junior National Team. • Won three national titles in 10-meter synchro from 2010-12 and one title in 3-meter synchro in 2012. • Has been a 19-time national finalist. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in every event.

Personal: • Born July 4, 1992. • Daughter of Gary and Barb Ryan. • Majoring in Psychology. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard..................341.50........................11 Big Ten Championship 3-Meter Springboard..................405.05........................11 Big Ten Championship Platform.........................................350.85........................11 Big Ten Championship

Olivia Smoliga Freshman Glenview, Ill.

High School: • Graduated from Glenbrook South High School with honors. • Swam for the Glenview Titan Aquatic Club and was coached by Steve Iida. • Became the first female high school swimmer to crack 22 seconds in the 50 freestyle with a time of 21.99. • Set a national record and was the 2013 short-course meters world champion in the 100 backstroke. • Named the 2013 Swimming World Magazine Female High School Swimmer of the Year. • Chosen as a member of the 2013-14 USA Swimming Women’s National Team. • Placed fourth in the 100 backstroke at the 2012 Olympic Trials. • Was an eight-time high school state champion. Personal: • Born October 12, 1994. • Daughter of Tom and Elizabeth Smoliga. • Majoring in Exercise and Sport Science. Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................21.99........................... 12 IHSA Championships 100 Backstroke............................51.43........................... 12 IHSA Championships

Kelly Thatcher Sophomore Downingtown, Pa.

2012-2013: • Posted a Zone qualifying score on 3-meter against Emory. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named an Honorable Mention Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers High School: • Graduated from Downingtown West High School and was coached by Todd Michael of TNT Diving. • Earned All-America honors in diving. • Was an East National and Age Group National qualifier. Personal: • Born October 14, 1993 • Daughter of Stacy and Kathy Thatcher. • Majoring in Psychology. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard.....................227.33.................................................12 Florida 3-Meter Springboard.....................286.05................................................. 12 Emory Platform............................................154.35......................13 Tennessee Invitational

Chantal Van Landeghem

Sophomore Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Record Book: • Recorded the fifth-fastest time in the 50 freestyle and the seventh-fastest time in the 100 freestyle in school history. • Helped the 400 freestyle relay lower the NCAA, U.S. Open and school records. • Helped the 200 freestyle relay set the Georgia record. 2012-2013: • Came in first on the 400 freestyle relay, second on the 200 freestyle relay, eighth in the 50 freestyle, ninth in the 100 freestyle and 14th on the 200 medley relay at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed first in the 50 freestyle and on the 200 and 400 freestyle relays, sixth in the 100 freestyle and 26th in the 100 butterfly at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named First-Team All-SEC and to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. High School: • Graduated from Vincent Massey Collegiate and was coached by Tom Hainey. • Swam for the Manta Swim Club and was coached by Tom Hainey. • Won the 50 and 100 freestyle at the 2012 Canadian Nationals. • Named the 2011 Manitoba Female Athlete of the Year. International: • Placed fifth on the 400 freestyle relay, sixth on the 400 medley relay and ninth in the 50 freestyle at the 2013 World Championships in Spain. • Broke the senior Canadian short course meters records in the 50 short course backstroke and the 50 short course freestyle. • Placed fourth on the 400 freestyle relay and 14th in the 50 freestyle at the 2011 World Championships. • Won silver in the 100 freestyle and on the 400 freestyle relay and bronze in the 50 backstroke and 50 butterfly at the 2011 Junior World Champion-

ships. • Set Canadian records in the 13-14 50 freestyle long course meters, the 15-17 50 freestyle long course meters and the 15-17 50 freestyle short course meters. • Placed second on the 400 freestyle relay and third in the 50 freestyle at the 2010 Junior Pan Pacific Championships. Personal: • Born March 5, 1994. • Daughter of Wayne and Dinah Van Landeghem. • Currently undecided on a major. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle.............................. 21.90................................. 13 SEC Championships 100 Freestyle............................ 48.21............................13 NCAA Championships 100 Backstroke........................ 55.79................................ 12 UGA Fall Invitational 100 Butterfly............................. 54.70................................. 13 SEC Championships

Nicole Vernon Junior Wilmington, Del.

Record Book: • Recorded the eighth-best time in school history in the 400 individual medley. 2012-2013: • Competed at the NCAAs where the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed seventh in the 400 individual medley, 13th in the 200 backstroke and 22nd in the 200 individual medley at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. 2011-2012: • Competed in the 500 freestyle, the 200 backstroke and the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Came in sixth in the 400 individual medley, 11th in the 200 backstroke and 13th in the 500 freestyle at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed their third straight conference title. • Named to the SEC All-Freshmen Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 800 freestyle, the 200 backstroke, and the 200 and 400 individual medley. High School: • Graduated from The Tatnall School. • Competed for the Delaware Swim Team under Coach Bruce Gemmell. • Was a member of the 2009-2010 USA National Team. • Chosen as a member of the 2010 and 2011 National Youth Team • Was a member of the 2010 Junior Pan Pacific Championship Team. • Won the 400 individual medley at the 2010 Junior Pan Pacific Championships. • Claimed the 400 individual medley title at the Short Course Junior Nationals in 2009. • Was the state champion in the 200 and 500 freestyle five consecutive years (2007-2011). • Was the swimmer of the year in 2007, 2008 and 2009.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers Personal: • Born January 18, 1993. • Daughter of George and Donna Vernon. • Majoring in Psychology. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Individual Medley ...............2:00.65 ........................ 13 SEC Championships 400 Individual Medley ...............4:09.57 ........................ 12 SEC Championships 200 Backstroke ...........................1:56.44 ........................ 13 SEC Championships

Shannon Vreeland Senior Overland Park, Kansas

Record Book: • Ranks second in the 500 freestyle, fourth in the 200 freestyle, sixth in the 100 freestyle and 400 individual medley, and ninth in the 1,000 and 1,650 freestyle in school history. • Led off the 800 freestyle relay that set the American, U.S. Open, SEC and Georgia records. • Led off the 400 freestyle relay that lowered the NCAA, U.S. Open and Georgia marks. 2013-2014: • Selected as a team captain. • Named a recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence. • Chosen as the recipient of the Lisa Coole Memorial Scholarship. • Picked as a swimming and diving representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-2013: • Came in first on the 400 and 800 freestyle relays, third in the 500 freestyle, fourth in the 200 freestyle and seventh in the 100 freestyle at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed first on the 400 and 800 freestyle relays, fourth in the 200 freestyle, seventh in the 100 freestyle and ninth in the 500 freestyle at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs claimed the team title for the fourth straight year. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Selected for the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Chosen as the recipient of the Lisa Coole Endowed Scholarship. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Chosen for the UGA Athletic Association’s Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program. • Initiated into the Blue Key Honor Society. • Named a First-Team Scholar All-American by CSCAA. • Named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America Division I Third Team At-Large Team. 2011-2012: • Swam on the victorious 800 freestyle relay and came in third on the 400 freestyle relay, fourth in the 500 freestyle, fifth in the 200 freestyle and 16th in the 100 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Placed first on the 800 freestyle relay, second on the 400 freestyle relay, third in the 200 and 500 freestyle, and fourth in the 100 freestyle at the

SECs as the Lady Bulldogs won their third straight conference title. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Recognized by the Athletic Association for having all As during her career. • Named the recipient of the Lisa Coole Endowed Scholarship. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Chosen as a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2010-2011: • Helped the 800 freestyle relay claim first and took seventh in the 500 freestyle and 11th in the 200 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Won the SEC title in the 500 freestyle and placed fifth in the 1,650 freestyle and the 400 individual medley at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs won the conference championship. • Named First-Team All-SEC and to the SEC’s All-Freshmen Team. • Named to the 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the 2011 Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Recognized by the Athletic Association for having all As during her career. • Named the recipient of the Lisa Coole Endowed Scholarship. 2012 Olympics: • Won a gold medal as a member of the 800-meter freestyle relay. International: • Won gold medals on the 400 medley relay and the 400 and 800 freestyle relays at the 2013 World Championships in Spain. • Won gold on the 800 freestyle relay at the 2012 FINA Short Course World Championships in Turkey. • Helped the 400 freestyle relay place second at the 2011 World University Games. High School: • Graduated from Blue Valley West High School. • Swam for the Kansas City Blazers and was coached by Pete Malone and Scott Bliss. • Competed in the 2009 U.S. Open in the 200 freestyle and the 400 individual medley. • Placed 15th at the 2010 Nationals in the 100 freestyle. • Chosen as a member of the National Youth Team from 2008-2010. Personal: • Born November 15, 1991. • Daughter of Dan and Connie Vreeland. • Majoring in Economics. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Freestyle...............................48.20.........................13 NCAA Championships 200 Freestyle .............................1:42.97......................13 NCAA Championships 500 Freestyle...............................4:34.49......................12 NCAA Championships

Annie Zhu

Sophomore Brooklyn, New York

Record Book: • Set the school and girls 18-year-old national records in the 200 breaststroke and posted the third-best time in the 400 individual medley and the

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers fourth-best time in the 200 individual medley in UGA history. 2012-2013: • Came in fourth in the 200 breaststroke, 11th in the 200 individual medley and 12th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs as the Lady Bulldogs won the program’s fifth national title. • Placed second in the 200 breaststroke, fourth in the 200 individual medley and fourth in the 400 individual medley at the SECs as the Lady Bulldogs won their fourth straight title. • Named Second-Team All-SEC and to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team. • Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week on Dec. 4 after her performance during the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Brooklyn Technical High School. • Swam for North Baltimore Aquatic Club under Coach Bob Bowman. • Qualified in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in five events. • Was the 2009 Junior National Champion in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. • Qualified in the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials in three events. • Set six National Age Group records: 10-under 100-meter and 100-yard breaststroke, 11-12 100-yard breaststroke, 11-12 200-meter and 200-yard breaststroke, and 18-under 200-yard breaststroke. International: • Was a member of the U.S. Junior National team from 2009-2012. • Was nominated as captain of the 2012 Junior Pan Pacific Championships. • Competed in the 2012 Junior Pan Pacific Championships, 2011 World Junior Championships, 2010 Mare Nostrum Series and the 2009 FINA World Cup Series. Personal: • Born September 1, 1994. • Daughter of Kenny and Linda Zhu. • Majoring in Early Childhood Education. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Breaststroke.........................2:05.99.......................... 13 SEC Championships 200 Individual Medley.................1:56.08.......................... 13 SEC Championships 400 Individual Medley.................4:05.55.......................... 13 SEC Championships

Rachel Zilinskas

performance on the women’s open water 10K squad. Personal: • Born September 2, 1994. • Daughter of Mark and Susan Zilinskas. • Majoring in Pre-Business. Personal Bests: 200 Backstroke............................1:56.43..........11 NBAC Christmas Invitational 500 Freestyle................................4:40:04................................ 12 MA OB Easterns 1,650 Freestyle.............................15:59:16........11 NBAC Christmas Invitational

Yousef Alaskari Sophomore Kuwait City, Kuwait

2012-2013: • Competed in the 200 freestyle and the 100 and 200 butterfly at the SECs. 2012 Olympics: • Competed for Kuwait in the 200-meter butterfly in London. High School: • Graduated from American Heritage in Plantation, Fla. • Swam for Davie Nadadores Swim Team under Coach Alex Pussieldi. • Swam in 2011 Florida State High School Championships in the 100- and 200-meter butterfly. International: • Ranked ninth overall in the 100-meter butterfly and 15th in the world for 17-year-olds in the 200-meter butterfly in 2011. Personal: • Born March 25, 1994. • Son of Rashad and Amal Alaskari. • Majoring in Pre-Journalism. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Freestyle................................1:38.07..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance 100 Butterfly.................................48.32............................. 13 SEC Championships 200 Butterfly.................................1:47.06..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance

Freshman Indiana, Pa.

Bobby Chambless High School: • Graduated from Germantown Academy with distinguished high honors. • Captained the Germantown Academy Aquatic Club team and was coached by Dick Shoulberg. • Received the High School Athletic Association Award. • Honored three times as a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American. • Was a 12-time Eastern Interscholastic Champion. • Placed third in the 2012 Junior Pan Pacific 10K Open Water event. • Was a member of both the U.S. National Team and the U.S. National Youth Team (pool and open water). • Named to the 2013-2014 USA Swimming National Junior Team for her

Junior Dunwoody, Ga.

2012-2013: • Competed on 1- and 3-meter and platform at the SECs. • Recorded career-best totals on 1-meter against Tennessee and on 3-meter against Texas. • Received the Academic Achievement Award at the UGA awards banquet.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers 2011-2012: • Received the Academic Achievement Award at the UGA awards banquet. High School: • Graduated from Wesleyan School and was coached by Jonathan Nye. • Coached by John Ames at the Atlanta Diving Association. • Was the state runner-up on the 1-meter springboard in 2011. Personal: • Born February 2, 1992. • Son of Marty and Brett Chambless. • Majoring in Pre-Business/Management. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard...............................267.30................................13 Tennessee 3-Meter Springboard...............................273.82..........................................13 Texas

Pace Clark Freshman Memphis, Tenn.

High School: • Graduated from Memphis University School. • Swam for the Memphis Tiger Swim Club and was coached by Louis Demetriades. • Received All-America honors in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. • Placed first in the 100 butterfly and second in the 100 backstroke at the 2013 Tennessee State Championship. • Finished second in the 200 butterfly and fifth in the 100 butterfly at the 2013 Junior Nationals. • Competed in the Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 butterfly. Personal: • Born June 24, 1994. • Son of Tal and Janie Clark. • Currently undecided on a major. Personal Bests: 100 Backstroke............................48.92..........13 Tennessee State Championship 100 Butterfly.................................47.37........ 13 Tennessee State Championships 200 Butterfly.................................1:45.96................ 12 SPEEDO Junior Nationals

Alec Cohen Junior Woodstock, Ga.

2011-2012: • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 200 and 400 freestyle and the 200 and 400 individual medley. High School: • Graduated from Etowah High where he was coached by Tracye Bulger. • Competed for Stingrays Swimming under Coach Ian Goss. • Was the 2011 high school state champion in the 200 individual medley. • Was a member of the 2011 World Junior Championships team. Personal: • Born June 27, 1993. • Son of Michael and Leah Cohen. • Majoring in Communication Studies. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Freestyle...........................1:36.65............................... 13 SEC Championships 200 Backstroke.......................1:47.04...............................13 Bulldog Last Chance

Taylor Dale Freshman Dalton, Ga.

High School: • Graduated from Dalton High School with honors. • Competed on the Dalton High School Swim Team and was coached by Charles Todd. • Swam for the Carpet Capital Aquatics Club under Charles Todd. • Received the Most Valuable Swimmer and Coaches Awards. • Honored as a Scholastic All-American and Scholar Athlete. • Chosen as an All-American six times. • Won a high school swimming championship in 2013. • Was the 2012 and 2013 state champion in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. • Placed first in the 100 backstroke at the 2012 Junior National Championships. • Qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100 backstroke. • Named to the USA Swimming National Junior Teams for his performance in the 100 backstroke for 2012-2013 and 2013-2014. Personal: • Born December 29, 1994. • Son of Gary and Nancy Dale. • Majoring in Exercise Science. Personal Bests: 100 Backstroke............................48.73................... 12 SPEEDO Junior Nationals 100 Butterfly.................................48.55......................12 GA State Championship 200 Backstroke............................1:50.90................ 12 SPEEDO Junior Nationals

2012-2013: • Named to the roster for the NCAAs as a relay alternate. • Finished 18th in the 200 freestyle at the SECs. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

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Nicolas Fink Junior Morristown, N.J.

Record Book: • Set the school mark in the 100 breaststroke and ranks second in the 200 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley in Georgia history. • Helped the 200 medley relay set the school record. 2013-2014: • Chosen as a swimming and diving representative on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named the recipient of the Carl and Barbara Parks Scholarship. 2012-2013: • Placed fourth in the 100 breaststroke, ninth in the 200 breaststroke, 10th on the 800 freestyle relay, 11th on the 400 medley relay, 12th on the 200 medley relay, and competed in the 200 individual medley and on the 400 freestyle relay at the NCAAs. • Invited to the NCAAs in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley. • Won the 100 breaststroke and placed second in the 200 individual medley and the 200 breaststroke at the SECs. • Came in fourth on the 200 and 400 medley relays and fifth on the 400 and 800 freestyle relays at the SECs. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Named the recipient of B.W. “Bump” Gabrielsen Scholarship. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Chosen for the UGA Athletic Association’s Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) program. • Named First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Came in 10th in the 200 breaststroke at the NCAAs. • Competed in the 100 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley and on the 400 and 800 freestyle and the 400 medley relays at the NCAAs. • Won the 100 and 200 breaststroke titles at the SECs. • Placed third in the 200 individual medley at the SECs. • Helped the 200 and 400 medley relays place second, the 800 freestyle relay come in third and the 400 freestyle relay take fourth at the SECs. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Year and First-Team All-SEC. • Twice named the SEC Freshman of the Week for his efforts against North Carolina and Texas. • Named to the Dean’s List and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Spring Semester. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall Semester. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley. High School: • Graduated from Pingry where he was coached by Bill Reichle.

• Swam for the Cougar Aquatic Team under Coach Kathleen Ashenfelter. • Was a two-time New Jersey Swimmer of the Year. • Chosen as a three-time Academic All-American. • Was the Somerset County Scholar-Athlete of the Year. • Qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 breaststroke. • Was the 2010 and 2011 Pringy School Swimmer of the Year. International: • Represented the U.S. in the 2013 World Championships in Spain after posting a time of 1:00.24 in the 100-meter breaststroke at the USA Swimming Phillips 66 National Championships. • Represented the U.S. in the Junior World Championships in Peru. Personal: • Born July 3, 1993. • Son of Peter and Danielle Fink. • Majoring in Agricultural Engineering. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Breaststroke.........................51.85........................13 NCAA Championships 200 Breaststroke.........................1:53.79.....................13 NCAA Championships 200 Individual Medley.................1:43.42.......................... 13 SEC Championships

Will Freeman Senior Atlanta, Ga.

Record Book: • Holds the sixth-best time in the 500 and the seventh-best times in the 1,000 and 1,650 freestyle in school history. 2013-2014: • Chosen as a team captain. • Named the recipient of the Harvey Humphries Scholarship. • Chosen as a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-2013: • Placed 10th in the 1,650 freestyle and competed in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Came in second in the 1,650 freestyle and fifth in the 500 freestyle, • Named Second-Team All-SEC. • Named the recipient of the Harvey Humphries Scholarship. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll with a 4.0 GPA. • Chosen as a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Placed 14th in the 1,650 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Also competed in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Placed fifth in the 1,650 freestyle, seventh in the 500 freestyle and 16th in the 200 butterfly at the SECs. • Named to the Dean’s List and the AD’s Honor Roll for Fall Semester. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for Spring Semester. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Recognized by the UGA Athletic Association for having all As during his academic career.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers • Chosen as a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named the recipient of the DeVore-Whitehead Athletic Scholarship. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 400 and 1,500 freestyle. 2010-2011: • Placed 11th in the 1,650 freestyle at NCAAs. • Placed sixth in the 1,650 freestyle and 11th in the 500 freestyle at the SECs. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshmen Team. • Twice named the SEC Freshman of the Week. • Named to the 2011 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the 2011 Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Greater Atlanta Christian School. • Swam for Swim Atlanta and was coached by Chris Davis. • Named the 2009 Georgia High School Swimmer of the Year. • Was the 18-and-under national champion in the 1,650 freestyle. • 2009 state champion the 500 freestyle. • Set the NISCA record in the 500 freestyle. • Was a seven-time All-American. • Was a part of the team that won the 2010 Class 4-A state championship. • Won the 2010 state championship in the 200 and 500 freestyle and the 400 freestyle relay. • Selected to the 2009-2010 USA National Youth Team. Personal: • Born October 18, 1991. • Son of Lee and Mary Scott Freeman. • Majoring in Classical Culture. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Freestyle................................1:37.98..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance 500 Freestyle................................4:16.34.......................... 13 SEC Championships 1,650 Freestyle.............................14:44.38........................ 13 SEC Championships 100 Butterfly.................................50.88.................. 13 Bulldog Last Chance Meet 200 Butterfly.................................1:46.71.......................... 13 SEC Championships

Andrew Gemmell Senior Wilmington, Del.

Record Book: • Ranks No. 5 in the 1,650 freestyle, No. 6 in the 1,000 freestyle, No. 7 in the 400 individual medley and No. 8 in the 500 freestyle in school history. 2013-2014: • Chosen as a team captain. • Named the recipient of the B.W. “Bump” Gabrielsen Swimming Scholarship. • Serves as a student-athlete (non-voting) representative on the UGA Athletic Association Board of Directors. • Named to the USA Swimming National Open Water Team for 2013-14. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

2012-2013: • Came in fifth in the 1,650 freestyle and competed in the 500 freestyle and the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Placed ninth in the 1,650 freestyle, 10th in the 500 freestyle and 14th in the 400 individual medley at the SECs. • Chosen as the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. • Selected for the SEC Community Service Team. • Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Chosen as the recipient of the Joel Eaves Award as the male student-athlete with the highest GPA entering his senior year academically. • Selected as a recipient of the Ramsey Academic Scholarship. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Chosen as a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America Division I Second Team At-Large Team. 2012 Olympics: • Placed ninth in the 1,500-meter freestyle at the London Games. • Qualified for the Olympics by winning the 1,500-meter freestyle title at the United States Trials. 2011-2012: • Placed fifth in the 1,650 freestyle and 12th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Also competed in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Finished fourth in the 1,650 freestyle, fifth in the 500 freestyle and seventh in the 400 individual medley at the SECs. • Selected as the SEC Swimmer of the Week for his efforts against Texas. • Named to the Dean’s List and the AD’s Honor Roll after Fall Semester. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following Spring Semester. • Recognized by the UGA Athletic Association for having all As during his academic career. • Chosen as a member of the UGA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Named the recipient of the Morton S. Hodgson Jr. Scholarship. 2010-2011: • Recognized by the UGA Athletic Association as a Scholar-Athlete honoree. • Received recognition from UGA Athletic Association for earning all A’s during his academic career thus far at Georgia. • Redshirted and did not see any action for the Bulldogs. • Inducted into the inaugural UGA Student-Athlete Leadership Academy. • Named the recipient of the Morton S. Hodgson Jr. Scholarship. 2009-2010: • Came in 12th in the 1,650 freestyle and 15th in the 400 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Competed in the 500 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Named Second-Team All-SEC after his runner-up finish in the 1,650 freestyle at the league meet. • Placed sixth in the 400 individual medley and 10th in the 500 freestyle at the SECs. • Named a Presidential Scholar with a 4.0 GPA as a member of the Fall Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the Southeastern Conference Freshmen Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. International: • Represented the United States in the 2013 World Championships in Spain.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers • Qualified for the World Championships by winning the USA Swimming Open Water National Championships 5K title. • Earned a bronze medal in the 800 freestyle at the 2013 USA Swimming Phillips 66 National Championships. • Won the men’s 10K in the 2011 Open Water National Championships. • Won gold in the 5K team race at 2011 World Championships. Individually, was fifth and was the fastest American in the Open Water 5K. • Was the 2011 USA Swimming national champion in the 1,500m freestyle. • Named to the 2011 World University Games Team. • Placed fifth in the 2010 Pan Pacific Championships in the 1,500m freestyle. • 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 February 20, 1991. • Son of Bruce and Debra Gemmell. • Majoring in Economics. Collegiate Personal Bests: 500 Freestyle................................4:17.75.....................12 NCAA Championships 1,650 Freestyle.............................14:41.86...................12 NCAA Championships 400 Individual Medley.................3:44.89.....................12 NCAA Championships

relay that placed 14th at the NCAAs. • Finished fourth in the 500 freestyle and sixth in the 200 freestyle and eighth in the 1,650 freestyle at the SECs. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshmen Team. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Week for his efforts against North Carolina. • Named to the 2011 Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from the Seton School. • Swam for Quantico Devil Dolphins and was coached by Rick Benner. • Was a six-time All-American. • Was a National Youth Swim Team selection in 2009 and 2010. • Chosen as a Scholastic All-American. Personal: • Born October 16, 1991. • Son of Steven Hill and Jill Royal. • Majoring in Economics. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................20.64............................ 12 UGA Fall Invitational 100 Freestyle................................44.56............................ 11 UGA Fall Invitational 200 Freestyle................................1:34.71.......................... 11 SEC Championships 500 Freestyle................................4:17.71.......................... 11 SEC Championships

Chase Kalisz Sophomore Bel Air, Md.

Jameson Hill Senior Savannah, Ga.

Record Book: • Ranks third in the 200 freestyle and seventh in the 500 freestyle in school history. • Led off the 800 freestyle relay that set the school record. 2012-2013: • Placed 10th on the 800 freestyle relay at the NCAAs. • Came in fifth on the 800 freestyle relay and ninth on the 200 freestyle relay at the SECs. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Came in 11th in the 200 freestyle and 13th in the 500 freestyle at the SECs. • Competed in the 100 freestyle and on the 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relays at the SECs. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Qualified for the United States Olympic Trials in the 100, 200, 400 and 1,500 freestyle. 2010-2011: • Anchored the 800 freestyle relay that claimed 10th and the 400 medley

Record Book: • Set the school records in the 200 and 400 individual medley and ranks fifth in the 200 breaststroke. 2012-2013: • Won the NCAA title in the 400 individual medley. • Placed 10th in the 200 individual medley and on the 800 freestyle relay and competed in the 200 breaststroke in the NCAAs. • Won the 200 and 400 individual medley titles at the SECs. • Came in fifth on the 800 freestyle relay and sixth in the 200 breaststroke at the SECs. • Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Year and named First-Team All-SEC and to All-Freshman Team. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Week three times: Jan. 8 after the meet with North Carolina State and Savannah College of Art & Design, Jan. 15 after the meet with Texas and Jan. 29 after the meet with Tennessee. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Fallston High School. • Swam for North Baltimore Aquatic Club under Coach Bob Bowman. • Won the 400 individual medley at the 2012 AT&T Winter Nationals. • Placed first in the 200 and 400 individual medley and broke the meet records in the 2012 Junior Pan Pacs. • Chosen as a team captain of the 2012 Junior Pan Pacs team. • Named to the USA National Team for 2012-2013. • Was a member of the USA Junior National Team from 2010-2012. • Placed fifth in the 200 individual medley and sixth in the 400 individual

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers medley at the 2012 United States Olympic Trials. International: • Won a silver medal in the 400-meter individual medley at the 2013 World Championships in Spain. • Took fourth in the 200 individual medley and the 200 breaststroke and sixth in the 400 individual medley in the 2011 World Junior Championships in Peru. Personal: • Born March 7, 1994. • Son of Mike and Cathy Kalisz. • Majoring in Pre-Business and Management. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Breaststroke.........................1:55.68.......................... 13 SEC Championships 200 Individual Medley.................1:43.04.......................... 13 SEC Championships 400 Individual Medley.................3:38.05.....................13 NCAA Championships

Matias Koski Sophomore Duluth, Ga.

Record Book: • Set the No. 2 time in the 200 freestyle, the No. 4 time in the 500 freestyle, the No. 5 time in the 1,000 freestyle, the No. 6 time in the 1,650 freestyle and the No. 9 time in the 100 freestyle in school history. 2012-2013: • Finished third in the 1,650 freestyle, fourth in the 500 freestyle, ninth in the 200 freestyle, 10th on the 800 freestyle relay and competed on the 400 freestyle relay at the NCAAs. • Won the 500 freestyle and finished seventh in the 200 and the 1,650 freestyle at the SECs. • Came in fifth on the 400 and 800 freestyle relays and ninth on the 200 freestyle relay at the SECs. • Named First-Team All-SEC and to the All-Freshman Team. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Week three times: Nov. 13 after the Missouri meet, Nov. 20 after the Emory meet and Dec. 4 after the UGA Fall Invitational. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. 2012 Olympics: • Representing Finland, competed in the 200, 400 and 1,500 freestyle in the London Games. High School: • Graduated from Northview High School. • Swam for Dynamo Swim Club under Coach Rich Murphy. • Named the National Swimmer of the Year in 2012. • Won state titles in the 200 and 500 freestyle in 2010, 2011 and 2012. • Set school records in the 100, 200 and 500 freestyle and on the 400 freestyle relay. • Named the state of Georgia’s High School Swimmer of the Year in 2010, 2011 and 2012. • Posted Junior Nationals titles in the 500, 800 and 1,650 freestyle in 2011 and was the 500 freestyle runner-up in 2010.

International: • Represented Finland in the 2013 World Championships in Spain. • Competed in the 2008 European Youth Olympic Festival. • Took sixth in the 200 freestyle at the 2011 Youth European Championships. • Set the Finnish national record in the 800 freestyle. • Was the 2011 Finnish national champion in the 100 and 400 freestyle. Personal: • Born May 18, 1994. • Son of Matti and Sanna Koski. • Majoring in Exercise and Sport Science. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Freestyle................................43.91........................13 NCAA Championships 200 Freestyle................................1:33.84.....................13 NCAA Championships 500 Freestyle................................4:13.59.....................13 NCAA Championships 1,650 Freestyle.............................14:42.09...................13 NCAA Championships

Spencer Madanay Sophomore Honolulu, Hawaii

2012-2013: • Competed for Southern California. • Was USC’s top diver on 1-meter and platform. • Finished eighth on platform, 11th on 3-meter and 13th on 1-meter at the NCAA Zone Championships. High School: • Graduated from the Punahou School. • Coached by Micah Ewing. • Was a four-time Hawaii state diving champion. • Earned three All-America honors. • Set a state record on the 1-meter springboard. Personal: • Born August 13, 1993. • Son of Lynn and Lauri Madanay. • Majoring in Pre-Business. Collegiate Personal Bests: 1-Meter Springboard..................326.05..................................... 12 NC State/USD 3-Meter Springboard..................336.15........................................12 Arizona State Platform.........................................312.4........................... 13 Zone Championships

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers

Jared Markham Junior Centennial, Colo.

Record Book: • Holds the fourth-best time in the 200 backstroke and the eighth-best time in the 400 individual medley in school history. 2013-2014: • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Chosen as the recipient of the Morton S. Hodgson Jr. Scholarship. 2012-2013: • Competed in the 200 and 400 individual medley and 200 backstroke at the NCAAs. • Finished fifth in the 200 backstroke, seventh in the 400 individual medley and 14th in the 200 individual medley at the SECs. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Chosen as the recipient of the Morton S. Hodgson Jr. Scholarship. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Competed in the 400 individual medley and the 200 backstroke and on the 200 and 400 freestyle relays and the 400 medley relay at the NCAAs. • Came in third in the 200 backstroke, fifth in the 400 individual medley and seventh in the 200 individual medley at the SECs. • Helped the 400 medley relay take second and the 800 freestyle relay place third at the SECs. • Named Second-Team All-SEC and to the All-Freshmen Team. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Week for his efforts against Georgia Tech. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 200 backstroke. High School: • Graduated from Cherry Creek High where he was coached by Chris Loftis. • Swam for Aces Swim Club under Eric Craven and Scott Cummins. • Was the 2009 Junior National Champion in the 200 backstroke. • Was the 2010 Junior National Champion in the 200 individual medley. • Was the 2011 Colorado state champion and state record holder in the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle. • Was a USA National Youth Team member 2009-2010. Personal: • Born March 16, 1993. • Son of Steve and Shannon Markham. • Majoring in Sport Management. Collegiate Personal Bests: 200 Backstroke............................1:43.05.....................13 NCAA Championships 200 Individual Medley.................1:46.23.......................... 13 SEC Championships 400 Individual Medley.................3:45.76.......................... 13 SEC Championships

John Mattern Freshman Aurora, Colo.

High School: • Graduated from Cherry Creek High School. • Swam for the Colorado Stars and was coached by Todd Schmitz. • Was a state champion in the 100 breaststroke. • Received All-America awards in the 100 breaststroke, 100 freestyle and on the 100 medley relay. • Helped set the state record in the 200 medley relay. Personal: • Born November 19, 1994. • Son of Lyle and Sarah Mattern. • His sister, Jordan, is a junior for the Lady Bulldogs. • Majoring in Accounting. Personal Bests: 100 Freestyle................................46.47.........................13 CHSAA 5A Boys State 100 Breaststroke.........................56.62.........................13 CHSAA 5A Boys State

Derek Onken Junior Marietta, Ga.

2012-2013: • Set personal bests in the 200 breaststroke and the 400 individual medley at the Bulldog Last Chance Meet. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named an Honorable Mention Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Participated as an exhibition swimmer in the 200 breaststroke and the 200 and 400 individual medley at the SECs. • Named to the Dean’s List and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Named to the 2011-12 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from The Walker School where he was coached by Kelly Holt-Berrios. • Swam for the Marietta Marlins under Yit Aun Lim. • Was the high point-winner at the 2010 Georgia state championship meet. • Attained NISCA All-America Status. • Was a 2010 Academic All-American. • Was the 2011 Class 5-A Georgia state champion in the 200 individual

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers medley. • Was a two-time MVP and captain for Walker. Personal: • Born June 1, 1993. • Son of Richard and Patricia Onken. • Majoring in Mathematics. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Breaststroke.........................58.30............................ 12 UGA Fall Invitational 200 Individual Medley.................1:51.25.......................... 12 SEC Championships 400 Individual Medley.................3:48.43..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance

Chris Powell

• Helped Johnson win the 2012 state title as he claimed individual wins in the 100 backstroke and the 500 freestyle. • Competed for Rockville Montgomery Swim Club and was coached by Scott Vekeman. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 200 backstroke and the 1,500 freestyle. • Named to the 2012 USA Swimming National Junior Team. • Won the 1,000 and 1,500 freestyle titles at the 2012 NCSA Junior National Championships. Personal: • Born June 6, 1994. • Son of Greg and Michelle Powell. • Majoring in Fisheries and Wildlife. Collegiate Personal Bests: 500 Freestyle............................ 4:20.38.............................13 Bulldog Last Chance 1,650 Freestyle......................... 14:59.36...........................13 Bulldog Last Chance 200 Backstroke........................ 1:45.44............................. 13 SEC Championships

Freshman Hoschton, Ga.

Doug Reynolds High School: • Graduated from Mill Creek High School. • Swam for the Athens Bulldogs Swim Club under Harvey Humphries. • Received five All-America honors. • Named the Gwinnett County Swimmer of the Year for the 2012-2013 season. • Won the 50 and 100 freestyle titles at the 2013 6A Georgia State Championships. • Was the 2012 Southern Zone Champion in the 50, 100, and 200 freestyle. Personal: • Born January 24, 1995. • Son of Jeff and Becky Powell. • Currently undecided on a major. Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................20.61...........................13 SE SPEEDO Sectional 100 Freestyle................................45.06......................13 GA State Championship 200 Freestyle................................1:40.80........................13 SE SPEEDO Sectional

Garrett Powell Sophomore Bethesda, Md.

2012-2013: • Competed in the 1,650 freestyle at the NCAAs. • Finished 11th in the 500 freestyle, 14th in the 1,650 freestyle and 16th in the 200 backstroke at the SECs. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Walter Johnson High.

Senior Loganville, Ga.

Record Book: • Holds the second-best time in school history in the 100 butterfly and the 10th-best time in the 50 freestyle. • Helped the 200 medley relay set the school record. 2013-2014: • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-2013: • Placed 11th on the 400 medley relay, 12th on the 200 medley relay, 13th in the 100 butterfly and competed on the 400 freestyle relay at the NCAAs. • Placed third in the 100 butterfly, fourth on the 200 and 400 medley relays, and ninth on the 200 freestyle relay at the SECs. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2011-2012: • Came in 16th in the 100 butterfly at the NCAA Championships. • Competed on the 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relays and the 400 medley relay at the NCAAs. • Claimed the SEC title in the 100 butterfly. • Took 15th in the 100 freestyle and competed in the 50 freestyle at the SECs. • Helped the 200 and 400 medley relays place second and the 200 and 400 freestyle relays come in fourth at the SECs. • Named First-Team All-SEC. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 freestyle and the 100 butterfly. 2010-2011: • Placed ninth in the 100 butterfly at the SEC Championship. • Chosen as the SEC Freshman of the Week after the Georgia Invitational. High School: • Graduated from Loganville High School. • Swam for Summit Swimming and was coached by Humphrey Fraser. • Chosen as a member of the NCSA Junior National Team. • Was the 2010 Class 4-A state champion in the 50 and 100 freestyle.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers • Named Class 4-A Male Swimmer of the Year in 2010. • Qualified for the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 100 butterfly. Personal: • Born May 25, 1991. • Son of Brian and Terri Reynolds. • Majoring in Communication Studies. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................20.03............................. 12 SEC Championships 100 Freestyle................................44.17............................. 12 SEC Championships 100 Butterfly.................................46.26........................13 NCAA Championships

Christian Riess Senior New Orleans, La.

2012-2013: • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Swam exhibition in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and the 200 individual medley at the SECs. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Recognized by the UGA Athletic Association for having all As during his academic career. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll following the Fall and Spring Semesters. 2010-2011: • Named to the SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated cum laude from the Isidore Newman School. • Swam for Nu Wave Swim Club and was coached by James Winchester. • Chosen as an All-American in the 100 butterfly. • Named a three-time Academic All-American. • Set the Louisiana state record in the 100 freestyle. • Was a three-time Louisiana state champion in the 200 individual medley. • Named an All-American in the 200 individual medley. Personal: • Born June 13, 1991. • Son of Kell and Lucy Riess. • Majoring in Economics. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Freestyle..............................45.75...............................12 Bulldog Last Chance 100 Breaststroke.......................56.37............................... 12 SEC Championships 100 Butterfly...............................49.82...............................12 Bulldog Last Chance 200 Individual Medley...............1:50.46............................12 Bulldog Last Chance

Anival Rodriguez Sophomore Garza, Garcia, Mexico

Record Book: • Set the No. 7 time in the 100 backstroke in school history. • Helped the 200 medley relay set the school record. 2012-2013: • Came in 12th on the 200 medley relay at the NCAAs. • Placed fourth on the 200 medley relay and eighth in the 100 backstroke at the SECs. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team. 2011-2012: • Practiced with the Bulldogs, but redshirted and did not see any action. High School: • Graduated from Universidad de Monterrey. • Set Mexican Junior National records in the 50, 100 and 200 backstroke. • Set the Mexican National record in the 50 backstroke. International: • Represented Mexico at the 2011 Pan American Games. Personal: • Born September 26, 1992. • Son of Gustavo Rodriguez and Beatriz Zamores. • Majoring in Communications Studies. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Backstroke.........................47.61................................ 13 SEC Championships 200 Backstroke.........................1:48.36............................. 13 SEC Championships 100 Butterfly..............................49.10................................ 13 SEC Championships

Nick Salyers Sophomore Roswell, Ga.

2012-2013: • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for Fall Semester. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Wesleyan School where he was coached by Kevin Kadzis • Swam for Swim Atlanta and was coached by Mark Minier. • Named a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American three times. Personal: • Born January 30, 1994. • Son of David and Lynn Salyers. • Majoring in Pre-Business.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................21.55............................ 12 UGA Fall Invitational 100 Backstroke............................48.63.............................13 Bulldog Last Chance 200 Backstroke............................1:47.58..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance 100 Butterfly.................................50.33.............................13 Bulldog Last Chance

John Simmons Junior Suwanee, Ga.

Record Book: • Anchored the 200 medley relay that set the school record. 2012-2013: • Competed at the NCAAs on the 200 freestyle relay. 2011-2012: • Anchored the 200 medley relay that placed second at the SECs. • Anchored the 200 freestyle relay that came in fourth at the SECs. • Competed in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle at the SECs. • Named to the SEC Second Team. High School: • Graduated from Peachtree Ridge and was coached by Jeremy Laird. • Competed for Coach Chris Davis with Swim Atlanta. • Co-captained the 2010 team that won the school’s first Class 5-A state title. • Claimed first on both the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays and second in the 100 and 200 freestyle at the 2010-2011 Class 5-A state meet. • Set school records in the 100 and 200 freestyle. • Garnered eight NISCA All-America honors. • Chosen as a Gwinnett County Super Six Swimmer for 2010-2011. • Named a Gwinnett County First Team All-Star. • Was second on the 200 freestyle relay, third on the 200 medley relay and fifth on the 400 freestyle relay at the 2010 Junior National Short Course Championships. Personal: • Born January 14, 1993. • Son of Mike and Leslie Simmons. • Majoring in Consumer Economics. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................20.83.............................13 Bulldog Last Chance 100 Freestyle................................45.13............................. 12 SEC Championships 200 Freestyle................................1:38.73.......................... 12 SEC Championships

Ty Stewart

Sophomore Hattiesburg, Miss.

Record Book: • Holds the school record in the 200 backstroke and holds the fourth-fast-

est time in the 100 backstroke, the fifth-fastest time in the 200 individual medley and the sixth-fastest time in the 400 individual medley in Georgia annals. 2012-2013: • Came in 11th on the 400 medley relay, 12th in the 200 backstroke and competed in the 200 individual medley at the NCAAs. • Placed third in the 400 individual medley, fourth in the 200 backstroke and 10th in the 200 individual medley at the SECs. • Came in fourth on the 400 medley relay and fifth on the 400 freestyle relay at the SECs. • Named to the SEC’s All-Freshman Team. • Named the SEC Freshman of the Week Oct. 23 after first-, second- and third-place finishes in the win over Georgia Tech. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. • Chosen as a First-Team Scholar All-American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. High School: • Swam for Y Hub Fins and was coached by Steve Panzram. • Was the 2012 Mississippi state champion and record holder in multiple events. • Placed third in the 200 individual at the 2011 Long Course Junior National Championships. • Named to the 2012-13 USA Swimming National Junior Team. International: • Was a member of the 2011 NCSA Junior National All-Star Team. • Attended the “Duel in the Pool” meet hosted by Itoman Swim School in Osaka, Japan. • Was a member of the 2012-13 USA National Junior Team. • Attended the 2012 Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Honolulu, Hawaii. • Qualified for the 2012 United States Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 backstroke, the 100 and 200 butterfly, and the 200 and 400 individual medley. Personal: • Born July 13, 1994. • Son of Kerry Stewart and Kru Fairey. • Majoring in English. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Backstroke............................47.39........................13 NCAA Championships 200 Backstroke............................1:41.86.....................13 NCAA Championships 200 Individual Medley.................1:44.45.....................13 NCAA Championships 400 Individual Medley.................3:43.91.......................... 13 SEC Championships

Aidan Sweeney Freshman Snellville, Ga.

2013-2014: • Named a recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic and Athletic Excellence. 2012-2013: • Redshirted and did not see any action for the Bulldogs. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.

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Meet The Swimmers & Divers • Named to the 2012-13 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll. High School: • Graduated from Brookwood and was coached by Greg Puckett. • Was a member of three consecutive state championship teams. • Swam for multiple state champion relay squads. • Competed for Swim Atlanta and was coached by Chris Davis. • Twice named to the USA Swimming Scholastic All-America Team. • Won the 2011 state titles in the 1,500 freestyle and the 400 individual medley. • Earned All-America honors as a member of the 200 freestyle relay in 2010. Personal: • Born March 23, 1994. • Son of John and Patty Sweeney. • His brother, Conor, also swims for the Bulldogs. • Currently undecided on a major. Personal Bests: 500 Freestyle................................4:31.53..................... 13 Southeastern Sectional 1,650 Freestyle.............................15:44.83................... 13 Southeastern Sectional 200 Backstroke............................1:50.51..................... 13 Southeastern Sectional 400 Individual Medley.................3:54.49......................................12 NCSA Juniors

Conor Sweeney Junior Snellville, Ga.

2013-2014: • Named Co-Vice President of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. 2012-2013: • Recorded season-best times in his primary events during the Bulldog Last Chance Meet. • Named to the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. • Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2011-2012: • Redshirted and did not see any action for the Bulldogs. • Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. • Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll. 2010-2011: • Came in 16th in the 500 freestyle and 1,650 freestyle at the SECs. High School: • Graduated from Brookwood High School. • Swam for Swim Atlanta and was coached by Chris Davis. • Was an eight-time high school state champion in the 200 and 500 freestyle and on the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. • Was a member of three consecutive state championship teams. Personal: • Born September 17, 1992. • Son of John and Patty Sweeney. • His brother, Aidan, also swims for the Bulldogs. • Majoring in Risk Management and Insurance. Collegiate Personal Bests: 100 Freestyle................................45.28.............................13 Bulldog Last Chance 200 Freestyle................................1:37.35..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance 200 Backstroke............................1:51.48..........................13 Bulldog Last Chance

Michael Trice Sophomore Lawrenceville, Ga.

2012-2013: • Attended Queen’s University in Charlotte, N.C. • Received All-America and Scholar All-America honors from the CSCAA. • Twice named to the Dean’s List. • Placed fourth in the 50 freestyle and swam on four top-10 relays at the NCAA Division II Championships. • Came in second in the 50 freestyle at the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships and was a member of the championship-winning 200 freestyle, 400 freestyle and 400 medley relays. • Set the school record in the 50 freestyle and helped set school marks in the 200 freestyle, 400 freestyle and 400 medley relays. High School: • Graduated from Brookwood and was coached by Greg Puckett. • Coached by Chris Davis at Swim Atlanta. • Honored as a Scholar Athlete his sophomore, junior and senior years. • Named an All-America, All-State and All-County swimmer. • Chosen as the 2012 Gwinnett County Swimmer of the Year. Personal: • Born March 24, 1993. • Son of Raymond and Theresa Trice. • Majoring in Business. Collegiate Personal Bests: 50 Freestyle..................................19.90....................13 DII Men’s Championships

Walker Wheeler Freshman Atlanta, Ga.

High School: • Graduated from Riverwood International Charter School with honors. • Coached by John Ames at the Atlanta Diving Association. • Was the runner-up in the 2013 state meet. • Placed fourth in the 2012 state meet and 10th in the 2011 state meet. • Named the 2011 Rookie of the Year. • Received MVP honors in both 2012 and 2013. Personal: • Born May 17, 1995. • Son of Ray and Larke Wheeler. • Majoring in Business.

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Georgia’s Olympians UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1956 Reid Patterson 1988 Erika Hansen 1992 Erika Hansen 1996 Sheila Taormina 2000 Amanda Adkins Jack Bauerle Kim Black Kristy Kowal Kyle Salyards Courtney Shealy Julia Stowers Samantha Arsenault Sheila Taormina* 2004 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** 2012 Chris Colwill Andrew Gemmell Kara Lynn Joyce Dan Laak Allison Schmitt Shannon Vreeland Amanda Weir

gold (400 free relay) assistant coach gold (4x200 free relay) silver (200 breast) gold (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) gold (4x200 free relay) gold (4x200 free relay) silver (4x100 free relay) silver (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) silver (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) head coach silver (4x100 free, 4x100 medley relays) assistant diving coach bronze (4x200 free relay) Allison Schmitt

assistant diving coach gold (200 free; 4x100 medley, 4x200 free relays) silver (400 free) bronze (4x100 free relay) gold (4x200 free relay) 2008

BAHAMAS 1992 1996 2000

Allan Murray Allan Murray Chris Murray

BARBADOS 2000 2004

Damian Alleyne Damian Alleyne

CANADA 1984 1992 2012

Mary Lubawski David McLellan Brittany MacLean

FINLAND 2012

Matias Koski

FRANCE 2000 2004

Nicolas Kintz Nicolas Kintz

GERMANY 2004 2008 2012

KUWAIT 2012 MALAYSIA 1996 2000

bronze (4x100 medley relay)

VIRGIN ISLANDS 2004 Josh Laban Brian Schrader 2008 Josh Laban

Sebastien Rouault

GREAT BRITAIN 1992 Matthew O’Connor ISRAEL 2008

Sarah Poewe Sarah Poewe Sarah Poewe

Tom Beeri Yousef Alaskari Wan Abdullah Wan Abdullah

PHILIPPINES 2000 2004

Miguel Mendoza Miguel Mendoza

POLAND 2012

Aleksandra Putra

assistant coach

SOUTH AFRICA 2008 Troyden Prinsloo Wendy Trott Neil Versfeld 2012 Troyden Prinsloo Wendy Trott SWEDEN 1992

Hakan Karlsson

SURINAME 1996 2000

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

TURKEY 2012

Ediz Yildirimer

* Competed in the triathlon. ** Competed in modern pentathlon.

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2012-2013 Top Performances 50 Freestyle Name Megan Romano Chantal Van Landeghem Maddie Locus Jessica Graber Lauren Harrington Allison Schmitt Olivia Boggs Jordan Mattern Megan Molnar Kelsey Gaid Shannon Vreeland Melanie Margalis Hali Flickinger

Date Meet 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/16/2012 Emory 11/16/2012 Emory 01/05/2013 SCAD, N.C. State

Time 21.88 A 21.90 A 22.12 B# 22.38 B 22.41 B 22.55 B 23.03 23.25 23.52 23.63 23.67# 23.75# 24.46#

100 Freestyle Name Megan Romano Allison Schmitt Shannon Vreeland Chantal Van Landeghem Jessica Graber Maddie Locus Olivia Boggs Jordan Mattern Lauren Harrington Melanie Margalis Kelsey Gaid Courtney Peters Nicole Vernon

Date Meet 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 01/12/2013 Texas 10/17/2012 Georgia Tech 02/02/2013 Alabama, S. Carolina 11/16/2012 Emory 11/16/2012 Emory

Time 47.37 A 47.95 A 48.20 B 48.21 B 49.37 B 49.50 50.05 50.53 50.70# 51.23# 51.49# 52.66 54.20

200 Freestyle Name Allison Schmitt Megan Romano Shannon Vreeland Jordan Mattern Brittany MacLean Kelsey Gaid Melanie Margalis Lauren Harrington Jessica Graber Maddie Locus Amber McDermott Olivia Boggs Sommers Creed Courtney Peters Annie Zhu

Date Meet 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 11/09/2012 Missouri 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 10/17/2012 Georgia Tech

Time 1:41.85 A 1:42.64 A 1:42.97 A 1:45.03 B 1:45.40 B 1:45.79 B 1:46.88 B# 1:47.16 B 1:47.87 B 1:48.94 1:49.24 1:49.28# 1:50.42 1:50.47 1:51.48

500 Freestyle Name Amber McDermott Shannon Vreeland Allison Schmitt Brittany MacLean Jordan Mattern Kelsey Gaid Sommers Creed Courtney Peters

Date Meet 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet

Time 4:34.86 A 4:35.95 A 4:36.54 A 4:38.84 B 4:39.66 B 4:44.91 B 4:49.40 4:51.63

Nicole Vernon Maddie Locus Meghan Faulkner Annie Zhu Anna Neumeister Shannon O’Malley

11/09/2012 11/16/2012 10/25/2012 01/05/2013 11/09/2012 11/16/2012

Missouri Emory Florida SCAD, N.C. State Missouri Emory

1,000 Freestyle Name Amber McDermott Brittany MacLean Allison Schmitt Shannon Vreeland Sommers Creed Nicole Vernon Jordan Mattern Courtney Peters Kelsey Gaid Meghan Faulkner Anna Neumeister

Date Meet 10/25/2012 Florida 10/25/2012 Florida 11/16/2012 Emory 10/19/2012 Arkansas 11/16/2012 Emory 01/12/2013 Texas 11/09/2012 Missouri 11/16/2012 Emory 11/09/2012 Missouri 10/19/2012 Arkansas 11/16/2012 Emory

Time 9:44.63 9:52.69 9:52.92 10:03.49 10:06.32 10:07.55 10:09.15 10:14.61 10:17.32 10:22.66 10:25.29

1,650 Freestyle Name Amber McDermott Brittany MacLean Sommers Creed

Date Meet 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 11/16/2012 Emory

Time 15:52.52 A 15:54.63 A 16:39.17

100 Backstroke Name Megan Romano Kelsey Gaid Amber McDermott Jordan Mattern Melanie Margalis Hali Flickinger Chantal Van Landeghem Lauren Harrington Anna Neumeister Nicole Vernon Shannon Vreeland Jessica Graber

Date Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/16/2012 Emory 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational

Time 51.82 A 53.14 B 54.50 B# 54.58 B# 55.52 55.71# 55.79 56.34 56.60 56.94 57.11# 58.90

200 Backstroke Name Kelsey Gaid Jordan Mattern Nicole Vernon Hali Flickinger Anna Neumeister Melanie Margalis Brittany MacLean Megan Romano Amber McDermott Shannon Vreeland Annie Zhu Meghan Faulkner

Date Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 01/26/2013 Tennessee 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 11/09/2012 Missouri 01/26/2013 Tennessee 10/19/2012 Arkansas 10/17/2012 Georgia Tech 01/05/2013 SCAD, N.C. State 02/02/2013 Alabama, S. Carolina 11/16/2012 Emory

Time 1:53.31 B 1:54.89 B 1:56.44 B 1:58.33 B 1:58.37 B 1:59.90 2:00.76 2:01.75 2:03.89 2:04.12 2:05.63 2:12.37

100 Breaststroke Name Melanie Margalis

Date Meet 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational

Time 59.34 A

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4:54.64 4:57.40 5:02.25 5:04.08 5:04.28 5:05.54


2012-2013 Top Performances Shannon O’Malley Megan Molnar Annie Zhu Olivia Boggs Meghan Faulkner Hali Flickinger

02/19-02/23/2013 03/02-03/03/2013 11/30-12/02/2012 02/19-02/23/2013 11/09/2012 10/17/2012

200 Breaststroke Name Annie Zhu Melanie Margalis Shannon O’Malley Olivia Boggs Megan Molnar Meghan Faulkner Nicole Vernon

Date Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 10/17/2012 Georgia Tech

100 Butterfly Name Lauren Harrington Maddie Locus Courtney Peters Hali Flickinger Chantal Van Landeghem Allison Schmitt Melanie Margalis Shannon Vreeland Megan Romano Jessica Graber 200 Butterfly Name Lauren Harrington Hali Flickinger Courtney Peters Shannon Vreeland Allison Schmitt Meghan Faulkner Sommers Creed Annie Zhu Anna Neumeister Amber McDermott

SEC Championships Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championships Missouri Georgia Tech

Date Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 11/09/2012 Missouri 11/09/2012 Missouri 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Date Meet 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet 11/09/2012 Missouri 11/16/2012 Emory 10/19/2012 Arkansas

200 Individual Medley Name Date Meet Melanie Margalis 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships Annie Zhu 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships Hali Flickinger 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships Shannon O’Malley 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships Nicole Vernon 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Brittany MacLean 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet Anna Neumeister 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Meghan Faulkner 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Shannon Vreeland 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet Courtney Peters 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Allison Schmitt 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet Amber McDermott 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet Jordan Mattern 10/17/2012 Georgia Tech Maddie Locus 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet

1:00.72 B 1:00.74 B 1:00.87 B 1:01.85 B 1:06.91 1:10.03 Time 2:05.99 A 2:08.60 A 2:10.46 B 2:12.30 B 2:13.27 B 2:18.90 2:24.42 Time 52.39 B 53.76 B 54.41 B 54.55 54.70 54.81 55.65 56.77 57.58 58.38 Time 1:54.39 A 1:55.39 B 1:56.74 B 1:58.63 B 1:59.62 2:00.55 2:01.55 2:03.35 2:05.04 2:07.22 Time 1:54.55 A 1:56.08 B 1:58.70 B 2:00.15 B 2:00.65 B 2:01.06 B 2:01.32 B 2:01.82 2:02.75 2:02.92 2:05.14 2:05.65 2:06.24 2:11.72

400 Individual Medley Name Date Meet Melanie Margalis 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Annie Zhu 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships Amber McDermott 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships Hali Flickinger 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAA Championships Nicole Vernon 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships Anna Neumeister 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Meghan Faulkner 03/02-03/03/2013 Last Chance Meet Shannon O’Malley 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational Shannon Vreeland 11/16/2012 Emory

Time 4:05.26 A 4:05.55 A 4:07.42 B 4:09.47 B 4:10.96 B 4:12.45 B 4:14.01 B 4:17.87 B 4:19.76

200 Freestyle Relay Name Date Meet Time Locus,Van Landeghem, Schmitt, Romano 02/19-02/23/2013 SECs 1:26.89 A 400 Freestyle Relay Name Date Meet Time Vreeland,Van Landeghem, Schmitt, Romano 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAAs 3:09.40 A 800 Freestyle Relay Name Vreeland, Romano, Mattern, Schmitt

Date Meet Time 02/19-02/23/2013 SECs 6:52.64 A

200 Medley Relay Name Gaid, Margalis, Harrington, Graber

Date Meet Time 02/19-02/23/2013 SECs 1:37.90 A

400 Medley Relay Name Romano, Margalis, Harrington, Schmitt

Date Meet Time 03/21-03/23/2013 NCAAs 3:30.90 A

One-Meter Diving Name Laura Ryan Ann-Perry Blank Ansley Long Darcie O’Brien Kelly Thatcher Haley Goodman

Date Meet 10/25/2012 Florida 01/26/2013 Tennessee 01/12/2013 Texas 11/30-12/02/2012 UGA Fall Invitational 10/25/2012 Florida 01/12/2013 Texas

Score 315.67 Z 290.48 Z 266.02 Z 244.50 227.33 210.75

Three-Meter Diving Name Laura Ryan Ansley Long Ann-Perry Blank Darcie O’Brien Kelly Thatcher Haley Goodman

Date Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 11/16/2012 Emory 01/12/2013 Texas 11/16/2012 Emory 11/16/2012 Emory 11/16/2012 Emory

Score 361.80 Z 316.57 Z 312.68 Z 290.85 Z 286.05 Z 198.53

Platform Diving Name Laura Ryan Ann-Perry Blank Darcie O’Brien Kelly Thatcher

Date Meet 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 03/11-03/13/2013 Zone B Championships 02/19-02/23/2013 SEC Championships 01/03-01/05/2013 Tennessee Invite

Score 319.95 Z 275.20 Z 231.50 Z 154.35

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2012-2013 Top Performances 50 Freestyle Name Date Matt Ellis 02/19-02/23/2013 Nicolas Fink 03/02-03/03/2013 Matias Koski 11/09/2012 Jameson Hill 11/30-12/02/2012 Doug Reynolds 11/30-12/02/2012 John Simmons 03/02-03/03/2013 Luke Upchurch 11/30-12/02/2012 Anival Rodriguez 01/26/2013 Nick Salyers 11/30-12/02/2012 Christian Riess 03/02-03/03/2013 Conor Sweeney 10/17/2012 Zachary Gunn 11/30-12/02/2012

Meet SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Missouri UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational Tennessee UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet Georgia Tech UGA Fall Invitational

Time 19.67 B# 20.17 B 20.46 20.64 20.72 20.83 21.04 21.18# 21.55 21.68 22.81 23.61

100 Freestyle Name Date Matt Ellis 02/19-02/23/2013 Matias Koski 03/28-03/30/2013 Jameson Hill 11/30-12/02/2012 Doug Reynolds 11/30-12/02/2012 Luke Upchurch 03/02-03/03/2013 Ty Stewart 11/30-12/02/2012 Nicolas Fink 11/16/2012 Conor Sweeney 03/02-03/03/2013 John Simmons 03/02-03/03/2013 Chase Kalisz 02/02/2013 Alec Cohen 11/09/2012 Christian Riess 03/02-03/03/2013 Will Freeman 11/16/2012 Anival Rodriguez 10/25/2012 James Bowen 03/02-03/03/2013 Yousef Alaskari 10/25/2012

Meet SEC Championships NCAA Championships UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational Emory Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet Alabama, S. Carolina Missouri Last Chance Meet Emory Florida Last Chance Meet Florida

Time 43.00 B 43.91 B# 44.72 44.85 44.86 45.22# 45.28 45.28 45.74 46.04# 46.45# 46.59 47.13 47.19# 47.39 48.09#

200 Freestyle Name Date Matias Koski 03/28-03/30/2013 Jameson Hill 03/02-03/03/2013 Alec Cohen 02/19-02/23/2013 Conor Sweeney 03/02-03/03/2013 Martin Grodzki 03/02-03/03/2013 Will Freeman 03/02-03/03/2013 Yousef Alaskari 03/02-03/03/2013 Matt Ellis 11/30-12/02/2012 Andrew Gemmell 11/30-12/02/2012 Jared Markham 03/02-03/03/2013 Garrett Powell 11/30-12/02/2012 John Simmons 03/02-03/03/2013 Christian Riess 03/02-03/03/2013 Doug Reynolds 11/16/2012 Ty Stewart 11/16/2012

Meet NCAA Championships Last Chance Meet SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet Emory Emory

Time 1:33.84 B 1:35.45 B 1:36.65 B 1:37.35 B 1:37.57 B 1:37.98 B 1:38.07 1:38.47 1:39.51 1:40.18 1:40.22 1:40.23 1:40.32 1:41.38 1:41.73

500 Freestyle Name Date Matias Koski 03/28-03/30/2013

Meet Time NCAA Championships 4:13.59 A

Will Freeman Martin Grodzki Andrew Gemmell Garrett Powell Ediz Yildirimer Jameson Hill Conor Sweeney Yousef Alaskari

02/19-02/23/2013 11/30-12/02/2012 03/28-03/30/2013 03/02-03/03/2013 02/19-02/23/2013 11/30-12/02/2012 03/02-03/03/2013 11/30-12/02/2012

SEC Championships UGA Fall Invitational NCAA Championships Last Chance Meet SEC Championships UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational

4:16.34 B 4:16.72 B 4:18.20 B 4:20.38 B 4:21.88 B 4:23.72 B 4:24.96 B 4:41.21

1,000 Freestyle Name Date Matias Koski 11/16/2012 Martin Grodzki 10/25/2012 Andrew Gemmell 01/12/2013 Will Freeman 11/09/2012 Garrett Powell 02/02/2013 Ediz Yildirimer 11/09/2012

Meet Emory Florida Texas Missouri Alabama, S. Carolina Missouri

Time 8:59.81 9:03.26 9:07.60 9:07.91 9:12.02 9:19.90

1,650 Freestyle Name Date Matias Koski 03/28-03/30/2013 Will Freeman 02/19-02/23/2013 Andrew Gemmell 03/28-03/30/2013 Martin Grodzki 03/28-03/30/2013 Garrett Powell 03/02-03/03/2013 Ediz Yildirimer 03/02-03/03/2013

Meet NCAA Championships SEC Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet

Time 14:42.09 A 14:44.38 A 14:46.95 A 14:53.62 B 14:59.36 B 15:04.48 B

100 Backstroke Name Date Ty Stewart 03/28-03/30/2013 Anival Rodriguez 02/19-02/23/2013 Matias Koski 03/02-03/03/2013 Nick Salyers 03/02-03/03/2013 Jared Markham 03/02-03/03/2013 Luke Upchurch 11/30-12/02/2012 Chase Kalisz 03/02-03/03/2013 Doug Reynolds 11/30-12/02/2012

Meet NCAA Championships SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational

Time 47.39 B 47.61 B 48.11 B 48.63 48.89 48.94 49.48 49.65

200 Backstroke Name Date Ty Stewart 03/28-03/30/2013 Jared Markham 03/28-03/30/2013 Garrett Powell 02/19-02/23/2013 Alec Cohen 03/02-03/03/2013 Nick Salyers 03/02-03/03/2013 Anival Rodriguez 02/19-02/23/2013 Conor Sweeney 03/02-03/03/2013 Andrew Gemmell 11/16/2012 Derek Onken 11/16/2012

Meet NCAA Championships NCAA Championships SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Emory Emory

Time 1:41.86 B 1:43.05 B 1:45.44 B 1:47.04 1:47.58 1:48.36 1:51.48 1:54.10 1:56.25

100 Breaststroke Name Date Nicolas Fink 03/28-03/30/2013 Matt Ellis 03/02-03/03/2013 Spencer Rowe 02/19-02/23/2013

Meet NCAA Championships Last Chance Meet SEC Championships

Time 51.85 A 54.94 B 55.04 B

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2012-2013 Top Performances Brett Roberson Zachary Gunn Christian Riess Andrew Gemmell James Bowen Derek Onken

02/19-02/23/2013 11/30-12/02/2012 11/30-12/02/2012 03/02-03/03/2013 03/02-03/03/2013 11/30-12/02/2012

SEC Championships UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational

55.73 56.34 56.39 57.87 57.99 58.30

Jared Markham Alec Cohen Derek Onken Brett Roberson Christian Riess Spencer Rowe Martin Grodzki

200 Breaststroke Name Date Nicolas Fink 03/28-03/30/2013 Chase Kalisz 02/19-02/23/2013 Brett Roberson 02/19-02/23/2013 Spencer Rowe 02/19-02/23/2013 Zachary Gunn 11/30-12/02/2012 Derek Onken 03/02-03/03/2013 Ty Stewart 11/16/2012 Christian Riess 11/30-12/02/2012

Meet NCAA Championships SEC Championships SEC Championships SEC Championships UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet Emory UGA Fall Invitational

Time 1:53.79 A 1:55.68 B 1:57.00 B 1:57.88 B 1:59.56 B 2:01.03 2:02.98 2:06.99

100 Butterfly Name Date Doug Reynolds 03/28-03/30/2013 Matt Ellis 02/19-02/23/2013 Ty Stewart 03/02-03/03/2013 Matias Koski 03/02-03/03/2013 Yousef Alaskari 02/19-02/23/2013 Chase Kalisz 03/02-03/03/2013 Luke Upchurch 02/19-02/23/2013 Anival Rodriguez 02/19-02/23/2013 Nicolas Fink 03/02-03/03/2013 Nick Salyers 03/02-03/03/2013 Spencer Rowe 02/19-02/23/2013 James Bowen 03/02-03/03/2013 Will Freeman 03/02-03/03/2013 Christian Riess 11/30-12/02/2012

Meet NCAA Championships SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet SEC Championships Last Chance Meet SEC Championships SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet SEC Championships Last Chance Meet Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational

Time 46.26 B 46.83 B 47.66 B 48.15 B 48.32 48.47 48.72 49.10 49.61 50.33 50.34 50.43 50.88 51.39

400 Individual Medley Name Date Chase Kalisz 03/28-03/30/2013 Ty Stewart 02/19-02/23/2013 Jared Markham 02/19-02/23/2013 Andrew Gemmell 03/28-03/30/2013 Derek Onken 03/02-03/03/2013 Martin Grodzki 11/30-12/02/2012 Alec Cohen 11/30-12/02/2012 Will Freeman 11/30-12/02/2012 Conor Sweeney 11/30-12/02/2012 Brett Roberson 11/30-12/02/2012

200 Butterfly Name Date Ty Stewart 11/30-12/02/2012 Will Freeman 02/19-02/23/2013 Chase Kalisz 01/26/2013 Yousef Alaskari 03/02-03/03/2013 Ediz Yildirimer 02/19-02/23/2013 Matt Ellis 11/30-12/02/2012 Alec Cohen 11/30-12/02/2012 Andrew Gemmell 11/16/2012 Jared Markham 11/16/2012 Doug Reynolds 11/16/2012 Derek Onken 01/12/2013 James Bowen 10/17/2012 200 Individual Medley Name Date Chase Kalisz 02/19-02/23/2013 Nicolas Fink 02/19-02/23/2013 Ty Stewart 03/28-03/30/2013

Meet UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championships Tennessee Last Chance Meet SEC Championships UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Emory Emory Emory Texas Georgia Tech

Meet SEC Championships SEC Championships NCAA Championships

Time 1:45.97 B 1:46.71 B 1:46.89 B 1:47.06 B 1:49.39 1:50.25 1:51.24 1:53.25 1:54.49 1:56.77 1:58.96 2:01.99

Time 1:43.04 A 1:43.42 A 1:44.45 B

02/19-02/23/2013 11/30-12/02/2012 11/30-12/02/2012 02/19-02/23/2013 11/30-12/02/2012 11/30-12/02/2012 03/02-03/03/2013

SEC Championships UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational SEC Championships UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational Last Chance Meet

1:46.23 B 1:50.74 1:51.69 1:51.73 1:52.59 1:56.46 1:56.56

Meet NCAA Championships SEC Championships SEC Championships NCAA Championships Last Chance Meet UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational UGA Fall Invitational

Time 3:38.05 A 3:43.91 B 3:45.76 B 3:46.60 B 3:48.43 B 3:48.55 B 3:54.58 3:54.75 4:00.19 4:10.99

200 Freestyle Relay Name Ellis, Hill, Reynolds, Simmons

Date 03/28-03/30/2013

Meet Time NCAAs 1:18.97 B

400 Freestyle Relay Name Koski, Ellis, Reynolds, Fink

Date 03/28-03/30/2013

Meet Time NCAAs 2:54.67 B

800 Freestyle Relay Name Koski, Fink, Hill, Kalisz

Date 03/28-03/30/2013

Meet Time NCAAs 6:22.76 A

200 Medley Relay Name Rodriguez, Fink, Reynolds, Ellis

Date 02/19-02/23/2013

Meet Time SECs 1:25.75 A

400 Medley Relay Name Stewart, Fink, Reynolds, Ellis

Date 03/28-03/30/2013

Meet Time NCAAs 3:08.98 A

One-Meter Diving Name Date Bobby Chambless 01/26/2013

Meet Tennessee

Score 267.30

Three-Meter Diving Name Date Bobby Chambless 01/12/2013

Meet Texas

Score 273.82

Platform Diving Name Date Bobby Chambless 02/19-02/23/2013

Meet SEC Championships

Score 160.65

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Georgia’s National Champions 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 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

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

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 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

2005

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

2006

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

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

2010

Wendy Trott 1,650-yard freestyle: 15:48.87 Allison Schmitt 200-yard freestyle: 1:42.84 500-yard freestyle: 4:34.13 Morgan Scroggy, Megan Romano, Chelsea Nauta, Allison Schmitt 800-yard freestyle relay: 6:55.61

2011

Wendy Trott 1,650-yard freestyle: 15:40.32 Allison Schmitt 200-yard freestyle: 1:42.08 500-yard freestyle: 4:34.20 Bill Cregar 400-yard individual medley: 3:40.97 Mark Dylla 200-yard butterfly: 1:40.60 Morgan Scroggy, Megan Romano, Melanie Margalis, Allison Schmitt 400-yard freestyle relay: 3:11.03 Morgan Scroggy, Megan Romano, Shannon Vreeland, Allison Schmitt 800-yard freestyle relay: 6:55.40

2012

Megan Romano 200-yard freestyle: 1:41.21 Martin Grodzki 500-yard freestyle: 4:12.95 1,650-yard freestyle: 14:24.08 Shannon Vreeland, Jordan Mattern Amber McDermott, Megan Romano 800-yard freestyle relay: 6:55.96

2013

Allison Schmitt 200-yard freestyle: 1:41.85 Shannon Vreeland, Chantal Van Landeghem, Allison Schmitt, Megan Romano 400-yard freestyle relay: 3:09.40 Shannon Vreeland, Megan Romano, Brittany MacLean, Allison Schmitt 800-yard freestyle relay: 6:54.43 Chase Kalisz 400-yard individual medley: 3:38.05

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Georgia’s 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 2013............Chantal Van Landeghem...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 2012............Megan Romano..................47.65 2013............Megan Romano..................47.40 200-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 2010............Allison Schmitt................ 1:43.65 2011............Morgan Scroggy..............1:42.46 2012............Megan Romano...............1:43.03 500-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 2010............Wendy Trott.................... 4:38.21 2011............Shannon Vreeland...........4:36.28 2012............Amber McDermott........4:37.15 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 2010............Wendy Trott.................. 15:47.55 2011............Wendy Trott.................. 15:53.24 2012............Wendy Trott.................. 15:47.04

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 2007............Aleksandra Putra.............1:54.81 200-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 2012............Michelle McKeehan........2:08.73 100-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 2011............Morgan Scroggy..............1:54.58

2013............Melanie Margalis..............1:54.55 400-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 3-Meter Diving 2013............Laura Ryan.........................361.80 200-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 2013....Locus,Van Landeghem, Schmitt, Romano �� 1:26.89 400-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 2010....Scroggy,Romano,Nauta,Schmitt...... 3:14.09 2013....Schmitt,Van Landeghem,Vreeland, Romano �� 3:11.23 800-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 2010....Scroggy, Nauta,McNichols,Schmitt �� 6:56.64 2011....Scroggy, Nauta, Margalis, Schmitt...... 6:53.58 2012......Vreeland, Margalis, Mattern, Romano......6:57.09 2013.... Vreeland, Romano, Mattern, Schmitt ���6:52.64 200-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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Georgia’s SEC Champions 50-Yard Freestyle 1938............William Walters................... 24.8 1948............Theyx Stewart...................... 24.5 1951............Charles Cooper................... 23.7 1952............Charles Cooper................... 24.3 1953............Reid Patterson...................... 22.6 1954............Reid Patterson...................... 22.4 1960............Rolffs Pinkerton................... 23.8 1961............Rolffs Pinkerton................... 22.5 1968............Lee Bradford......................... 22.0 100-Yard Freestyle 1938............William Walters................... 56.3 1939............William Walters................... 54.8 1942............John Axton............................ 55.7 1951............Charles Cooper................... 53.1 1952............Charles Cooper................... 54.1 1953............Reid Patterson...................... 50.4 1954............Reid Patterson...................... 50.6 1958............Jimmy Bankston.................... 54.4 1960............Rolffs Pinkerton................... 53.6 1961............Rolffs Pinkerton................... 51.8 100-Meter Freestyle (LC) 1992............Hakan Karlsson..................50.46 200-Yard Freestyle 1963............Mike Walsh.........................1:57.8 200-Meter Freestyle (LC) 1992............Vince Giambalvo.............1:52.93 220-Yard Freestyle* 1952............Reid Patterson...................2:16.1 1953............Marshall Floyd....................2:16.0 1957............Jimmy Bankston.................2:16.8 1958............Jimmy Bankston.................2:15.5 440-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 2012............Martin Grodzki................4:16.94 2013............Matias Koski.....................4:14.28 1,500-Meter Freestyle (LC) 1957............Jimmy Bankston...............20:45.9 1959............Jimmy Bankston...............20:43.7 1,650-Yard Freestyle 1997............Beau Wiebel.................. 15:02.92 1998............Reeve Irvin.................... 15:02.41 2002............Robert Margalis............ 15:03.97 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 2010............Martin Grodzki.............14:47.48 2011............Martin Grodzki.............14:36.93 2012............Martin Grodzki.............14:48.26 100-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 Versfeld........................52.23 2012............Nicolas Fink........................52.81 2013............Nicolas Fink........................52.34 200-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 Versfeld.....................1:52.07 2012............Nicolas Fink.....................1:55.01 100-Yard Butterfly 1965............Bo Holland............................ 55.6 2012............Doug Reynolds...................46.41 200-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 2010............Mark Dylla........................1:41.47 2011............Mark Dylla........................1:41.35 150-Yard Individual Medley * 1949............Theyx Stewart...................1:35.4 1951............Charles Guyer...................1:39.5

1952............Charles Guyer...................1:38.3 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 2011............Bill Cregar........................1:43.67 2013............Chase Kalisz.....................1:43.04 400-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 2010............Bill Cregar........................3:42.63 2013............Chase Kalisz.....................3:39.82 400-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 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 Platform Diving 2006............Chris Colwill.....................432.75 400-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, Pinkerton ��3:30.6 300-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 event

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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 Yousef Alaskari....................................... 2013 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..................... 2009-10-11-12 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........................... 2008-09-10-11 Matt Bartlett..................................... 2010-11 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 Tom Beeri................................... 2010-11-12 Charles Beeson...................................... 1958 Alison Bell............................................... 1994 John Ray Bell........................................... 1958 Joe Benjamin......................... 1985-86-87-88 Peter Benner........................ 2009-10-11-12 Jim Benson.................................. 1978-79-80 Kerry Bentzlin...................... 1983-84-85-86 Dan Berg................................................. 1985 Ozzie Bie................................................. 1926 Nathan Bibliowicz............... 2005-06-07-08 Adrienne Bicek...................................... 2010 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 Ann-Perry Blank........................ 2011-12-13 Owen Blank.......................... 2009-10-11-12 Jason Bloom..................................... 2000-02 Brian Bluestein................................. 1979-80 OIivia Boggs...................................... 2012-13 Lynn Boling................................. 1967-68-69 Emmitt Bondurant.................... 1956-57-58 Crenshaw Bonner........................... 1935-36 Matthew Booth.................... 1993-94-95-96 Anne-Marie Botek.............. 2007-08-09-10 James Bowen.................................... 2012-13 Spencer Boyd............................. 1953-54-55 Ricky Brackett...................... 1978-79-80-81 Karly Brooks.............................. 2006-07-08 Annie Broome........................... 2008-09-10 Tommy Bradbury................................... 1965 Cindy Bradford...................................... 1979 Lee Bradford.......................................... 1968 Ross Bradford...................... 1970-71-72-73 Matt Brado........................................ 2002-03 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......................... 2007-08-09-10 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 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..................... 2007-08-09-10 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.............. 2008-09-10-11 Mike Casper........................................... 1967 Michael Cellini...................... 2004-05-06-07 Bobby Chambless............................ 2012-13 Cathy Chapman..................................... 1979 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 Alec Cohen....................................... 2012-13

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 Sommers Creed.............................. 2012-13 Bill Cregar............................. 2008-09-10-11 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............................ 2008-09-10-11 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 Matt Ellis.................................................. 2013 David Ellwanger................... 1975-76-77-78 Deke Ellwanger.................... 1975-76-77-78 Gregg Ellwanger.................. 1978-79-80-81 Kevin Emry............................................. 1980 Lauren English...................... 2008-10-11-12 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 Meghan Faulkner............................. 2012-13 Neal Fendig....................................... 1949-50 Patricia Fernandez................................. 1983 Eric Ferrara............................................. 1988 Scott Ferrel........................... 1984-85-86-87 Ginger Fields........................ 1994-95-96-97 Steven Fingalson.............................. 1989-90 Nicolas Fink...................................... 2012-13 Bill Fisch............................................ 1950-51 Abigail Fish.................................. 2009-10-11 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 Hali Flickinger........................................ 2013 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................ 2008-09-10-11 Omer Franklin....................................... 1937 Kelly Frazer........................... 1994-95-96-97 Kit French............................. 2006-07-08-09 Will Freeman.............................. 2011-12-13 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 Kelsey Gaid........................... 2010-11-12-13 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 Andrew Gemmell...................... 2010-12-13 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 Haley Goodman.................................... 2013 Hugh Gordon......................................... 1932 Pat Goslee.............................................. 1979 Genya Gouzeev................... 2004-05-06-07 Jessica Graber............................ 2011-12-13 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

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Georgia’s Letterwinners Richmond Green................. 2008-09-10-11 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 Martin Grodzki.................... 2010-11-12-13 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...................... 2008-09-10-11 Bud Haines.............................................. 1935 Wedde Haire.......................................... 1979 Ralph Hairston....................................... 1958 Chandra Haislet............................... 1989-90 Roy Hall............................................. 1964-65 Shane Hall............................. 2009-10-11-12 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 Lauren Harrington.......................... 2012-13 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 Jameson Hill................................ 2011-12-13 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 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....................... 2007-08-09-10 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 Martin Kata........................... 2008-09-10-11 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 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 Matias Koski........................................... 2013 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................... 2007-08-09-10 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 W.C. Lloyd........................................ 1941-42 Allen Lockerman............................. 1961-62 Maddie Locus................................... 2012-13 Hamilton Lokey......................... 1929-30-31 Russ Loman...................................... 1974-75 Ansley Long................................ 2011-12-13 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 Brittany MacLean................................... 2013 Mike Magarahan..................................... 1969 Dan Magill................................... 1940-41-42 Andrew Mahaney................ 2001-02-03-04 Erica Malagón....................... 2009-10-11-12 Jared Markham................................. 2012-13 Jennifer Mihalik...................................... 2000 Scott Mairose................................... 1985-86 Andy Maish....................................... 1983-84 Jana Mangimelli.......................... 2010-11-12 Kara Manglitz....................... 1995-96-97-98 Melissa Marcinkowski......... 1993-94-95-96 Melanie Margalis........................ 2011-12-13 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 Jordan Mattern................................. 2012-13 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 Amber McDermott........................ 2012-13 Sean McDevitt...................... 2006-07-08-09 Harry McDonald................................... 1989

Hannah McElhannon....................... 2010-11 John McEllen........................................... 1968 Alicia McElroy...................... 1996-97-98-99 Alan McElveen............................ 1963-64-65 Bill McGee........................................ 1955-56 Bill McGowan................................... 1972-73 Todd McGraw...................... 2009-10-11-12 Karen McIntyre................................ 1985-86 Michelle McKeehan............. 2009-10-11-12 Dave McLellan...................... 1995-96-97-98 Kelly McNichols................... 2007-08-09-10 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 Steve Mitakis.............................. 1951-52-53 Glenn Mitchell........................................ 1952 Megan Molnar.................................. 2012-13 Courtney Monsees............. 2008-09-10-11 Emily Montesinos................ 2008-09-10-11 Hannah Moore..................... 2008-09-10-11 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..................... 2008-09-10-11 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 Anna Neumeister............................ 2012-13 Pat Nichols............................................. 1979 Murray Nicol.................................... 1982-83 Sara Nicponski................................. 2010-11 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— Darcie O’Brien................................ 2012-13 Tim O’Brien......................... 1986-88-89-90 Matthew O’Connor............ 1991-92-93-94 Julie O’Daniel................................... 1979-80 Lynda O’Daniel...................................... 1980 Shannon O’Malley........................... 2012-13 Beth Odum....................................... 1981-82 Harry Oldham..................... 1954-55-56-57 Ashley Oliver......................................... 2008

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Georgia’s Letterwinners Vicktor Olsson.................... 1986-87-88-89 Derek Onken................................... 2012-13 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........................ 2009-10-11-12 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 Courtney Peters.............................. 2012-13 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 Garrett Powell....................................... 2013 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....................... 2008-09-10 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................................ 2006-07-10 Trey Reese.............................................. 1991 Jake Reid................................ 1997-98-99-00 Doug Renz.............................................. 1979 Doug Reynolds.......................... 2011-12-13 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 Christian Riess........................... 2011-12-13 John Ritch................................................ 1950 Jennifer Ritins....................... 1986-87-88-89 Dorian Roach......................................... 1994 Brett Roberson.................... 2010-11-12-13 Ashley Roby.......................... 1999-00-01-02 Julie Robinson........................................ 1980 Ted Robinson......................................... 1954

Brandon Rocque................. 1998-99-00-01 Anival Rodriguez................................... 2013 Jenny Rogers..................................... 1996-97 Megan Romano.................... 2010-11-12-13 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 Spencer Rowe.................................. 2012-13 Mark Ruck......................................... 1982-83 Kim Ruehle............................................. 1979 Susan Rupp....................................... 1984-85 Randy Russell......................................... 1980 Laura Ryan.............................................. 2013 Lisa Ryan........................................... 1989-90 —S— Kyle Salyards......................... 2001-02-03-04 Nick Salyers............................................ 2013 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..................... 2009-10-11-13 Nicole Schrader................... 1998-99-00-01 Jeanne Scholle...................... 1984-85-86-87 Todd Schroedel...................................... 1986 Bryan Schroeder................................... 1974 Phil Scoggins........................................... 1972 Cathy Scott....................................... 1980-81 Kelsey Scott.......................... 2007-08-09-10 Jack Scott.................................... 1947-48-49 Morgan Scroggy................... 2008-09-10-11 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.................. 2009-10-11-12 Pat Shields............................................... 1963 Bill Shipman............................................ 1949 Derek Shipp.......................... 1987-88-89-90 Tom Sidders............................................ 1969 Don Sims................................................. 1957 John Simmons.................................. 2012-13 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 Austin Stahley........................................ 2010 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 Ty Stewart............................................... 2013 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 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................................... 2009-10 Conor Sweeney............................... 2011-13 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 Kelly Thatcher........................................ 2013 Laura Thomas....................... 1984-85-86-87 Michael “Ryder” Thomas............... 1996-97 Natalie Thomas.......................... 2006-07-08 Chris Thompson.................. 2007-08-09-10 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......................... 2009-10-11-12 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 Luke Upchurch...................................... 2012 Viki van den Barselaar.............. 2000-01-02 Chantal Van Landeghem....................... 2013 Clint Van Welde............................... 1983-84 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 Nicole Vernon.................................. 2012-13 Neil Versfeld................................ 2006-07-09 Ted Vetter.......................................... 1934-35 Adam Vicarro......................................... 2003 Guy Victor......................................... 1985-86 William Vinson................................. 1956-57

Bill Volk.............................................. 1949-50 Shannon Vreeland...................... 2011-12-13 —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 Richard Wammock................................ 1961 Christopher Ward........................... 2006-07 Doug Ward....................................... 1972-73 John Ward......................................... 1980-81 Matt Ward............................................... 1994 Robert Wassel........................................ 1980 Alex Watson............................... 2010-11-12 Don Watson......................... 1969-70-71-72 Landon Watters................... 2009-10-11-12 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 Ediz Yildirimer........................................ 2013 Tommy Youngblood............. 1970-71-72-73 Steve Youngentob.................................. 1973 Linton Zachary................................ 1937-38 Fernando Zagaceta............. 1995-96-97-98 Eric Zettlemoyer................................... 1979 Annie Zhu............................................... 2013 Amy Zimmer.......................................... 1989

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Year-By-Year Results

MEN’S ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

OPPONENT

W L

T Pct. First*

Alabama 23 20 0 .535 1960 Atlanta YMCA 2 1 0 .667 1932 Auburn 19 14 0 .576 1933 Bainbridge Navy 1 0 0 1.000 1952 Birmingham YMCA 1 0 0 1.000 1948 Brevard College 1 0 0 1.000 1988 Cincinnati 1 0 0 1.000 1994 The Citadel 2 2 0 .500 1960 Clemson 35 5 0 .875 1928 College of Charleston 1 0 0 1.000 1995 Connecticut 1 0 0 1.000 1973 Davidson 6 3 0 .667 1957 Denison 1 0 0 1.000 1972 Duke 1 0 0 1.000 1981 East Carolina 3 5 1 .389 1957 Eastern Kentucky 10 2 0 .833 1966 Emory 36 9 0 .800 1929 Florida 16 62 1 .212 1931 Florida Atlantic 3 0 0 1.000 1992 Florida State 12 41 1 .231 1949 Furman 11 0 0 1.000 1933 Georgia Southern 9 0 0 1.000 1971 Georgia State 3 0 0 1.000 1979 Georgia Tech 59 21 0 .738 1926 Gustavus Adolphus 1 0 0 1.000 1957 Indian River C.C. 3 1 0 .667 1976 Kansas 1 0 0 1.000 1996 Kentucky 43 3 0 .935 1939 Kenyon College 2 0 0 1.000 1985 LSU 12 7 0 .632 1968 Louisville 2 0 0 1.000 1958 Miami 20 25 0 .444 1938 Miami (Ohio) 1 1 0 .500 1971 Michigan 4 3 0 .571 1999 Michigan State 1 0 0 1.000 2001 Missouri 1 0 0 1.000 2012 Nebraska 1 0 0 1.000 2000 North Carolina 18 12 0 .600 1952 North Carolina State 2 5 0 .286 1947 Northwestern ­ 1 0 0 1.000 2000 Penn State 1 0 0 1.000 2006 Pensacola Navy 1 1 0 .500 1949 Presbyterian 1 0 0 1.000 1938 Purdue 1 0 0 1.000 2006 Sav. College of Art & Design 1 0 0 1.000 2013 Sewanee 3 2 0 .600 1959 South Carolina 27 17 0 .614 1949 South Florida 16 1 0 .941 1969 Southern Methodist 3 1 0 .750 1982 Tampa 2 0 0 1.000 1983 Tennessee 9 21 0 .300 1968 Texas 3 15 0 .167 1994 Tulane 11 2 0 .846 1963 Utah 1 0 0 1.000 2006 Vanderbilt 20 6 0 .769 1950 Virginia 1 0 0 1.000 1980 Virginia Tech 1 0 0 1.000 1981 Wake Forest 2 0 0 1.000 1979 Western Kentucky 1 0 0 1.000 1976 Wisconsin-Stevens Pt. 1 0 0 1.000 1992 Wright State 1 0 0 1.000 1977 “First meet” represents first known meet.

MEN’S RESULTS Clarence W. “Jonesy” Jones 16 seasons • 1926-42 41-36 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

SEC Championship

2nd

49 pts.

1938-39........................................... 4-1 Emory W 62-13 Auburn W 42-33 Clemson W 39-36 Georgia Tech W Florida L 37-38 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

1946-47........................................... 1-6 Clemson W 45-30 Emory L 19-56 Georgia Tech L 34-41 Emory L 29-46 1933-34........................................... 4-3 N.C. State L Clemson W Florida L 18-57 Furman W Miami L 30-45 Florida L 20-33 Georgia Tech L 1947-48........................................... 3-7 Emory W Birmingham YMCA W 60-15 Georgia Tech L Emory L 36-39 Auburn W Clemson W 45-29 N.C. State L 22-53 1934-35........................................... 1-6 Emory L 29-46 Clemson L 31-44 Clemson W 60-15 Georgia Tech L 26-58 Florida L 27-48 Florida L 27-48 Miami L 31-44 Furman W 54-20 Georgia Tech L 27-48 Auburn L 38.5-45.5 Florida L 20-55 Atlanta YMCA L 22-55 SEC Championship 3rd 38 pts. Emory L 1948-49........................................... 7-4 1935-36........................................... 2-5 Clemson W 66-9 Georgia Tech L 26-58 Auburn W 62-13 Furman W 59-23 Florida State W 52-23 Georgia Tech L 45-49 Emory W 53-21 Emory L South Carolina W 68-7 Florida L 27-48 Florida State L 37-38 Clemson L 31-44 Florida L 20-55 Auburn W 51-33 Pensacola Navy School L 30-45 Georgia Tech L 37-38 1936-37........................................... 2-3 Emory W 41-34 Atlanta YMCA W 44-31 Pensacola Navy School W 44-31 Auburn W 41-34 SEC Championship 2nd 66 pts. Clemson L 33-42 Georgia Tech L 34-41 1949-50........................................... 8-5 Florida L 25-50 Florida L 35-40 SEC Championship 4th 14 pts. Auburn W 62-13 Florida State L 29-46 1937-38........................................... 7-1 Georgia Tech W 40-35 Georgia Tech W 43.5-31.5 Vanderbilt W 59-16 Clemson W 47-28 at Auburn W 63-12 Emory W 40-35 at Florida State W 40-35 Clemson W 45-30 at Florida L 36-39 Presbyterian W 65-10 at Miami L 37-38 Miami W 52-23 Clemson W 65-10 Kentucky W 48-27 Emory W 54-21 Florida L 29-46 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 Miami SEC Championship NCAA Championship

W 39-36 2nd 75 pts. 21st 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 Miami W 47-37 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 Missouri Nebraska North Carolina North Carolina State North Texas

W L T Pct. First* 20 2 0 .909 1975 2 0 0 1.000 1978 5 0 0 1.000 2003 2 1 0 .667 1932 1 0 0 1.000 1999 13 3 0 .813 1983 2 2 0 .500 1978 1 0 0 1.000 1988 3 0 0 1.000 2000 1 0 0 1.000 1994 14 1 0 .933 1982 3 0 0 1.000 1978 1 0 0 1.000 1981 21 0 0 1.000 1978 14 14 0 .500 1978 3 0 0 1.000 1992 7 5 0 .583 1979 7 1 0 .875 1979 7 0 0 1.000 1976 1 0 0 1.000 1991 8 1 0 .889 1978 1 0 0 1.000 1980 2 0 0 1.000 1985 2 0 0 1.000 1995 14 0 0 1.000 1986 2 0 0 1.000 1985 10 2 0 .833 1985 3 0 0 1.000 1984 4 0 0 1.000 1997 1 0 0 1.000 2012 1 0 0 1.000 2000 21 1 0 .955 1978 3 0 0 1.000 1986 1 0 0 1.000 2007

Sav. College of Art & Design 1

0

0

1.000

2013

South Carolina 26 3 0 .897 1978 South Florida 9 0 0 1.000 1976 Southern Methodist 12 1 0 .923 1994 Stanford 2 1 0 .667 1999 Tampa 2 0 0 1.000 1981 Tennessee 28 4 1 .864 1978 Texas 11 4 0 .733 1987 Tulane 3 0 0 1.000 1980 Vanderbilt 7 0 0 1.000 1978 Virginia 2 0 0 1.000 1980 Virginia Tech 1 0 0 1.000 1981 Wisconsin-Stevens Pt. 1 0 0 1.000 1992 “First meet” represents first known meet. Women’s results are incomplete before 1977.

Florida Miami Florida State Vanderbilt SEC Championship

L 39-55 W 46-45 L 32-54 W 68-24 2nd 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.

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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Year-By-Year Results Head coach B.W. “Bump” Gabrielsen with Georgia’s 1952 SEC Championship team.

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

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 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 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 Alabama L 37-72 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 81-31 W 79-29 W 61-50 W 64-59 6th L 48-65 W 58-55 L 40-73 6th 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 vs. South Carolina W 66-47 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 30 seasons • 1983-84-present 201-87-1 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 60-49 W 66-46 L 42-71 L 37-76 L 41-67 2nd 5th 216 pts.

1985-86........................................... 6-4 at Georgia Tech W 56-39 at Florida State W 57-56 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 Tennessee L 109-132 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

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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L 125-118 W 144-85 W 124-100 2nd 1185 pts. W 174-112 L 126-117 W 138-103 W 182-116 3rd 469 pts. 10th 112.5 pts.

at Auburn Georgia Fall Invite at Texas Tennessee Alabama South Carolina SEC Championship NCAA Championship

L 130-111 1st 1,489 pts. L 163-126 W 152-148 W 185-115 W 225-75 3rd 587 pts. 8th 143 pts.

2010-11...........................................6-4 at North Carolina L 183-117 2004-05........................................... 5-4 Florida L 170-130 at North Carolina L 174-126 at Georgia Tech W 137-95 Clemson W 155-88 at Emory W 154-81 Georgia Tech W 168-121 Georgia Invitational 2nd 832 pts. at Florida L 142-96 at SMU W 163-132 at Auburn L 145-96 Texas L 135-106 Georgia Invitational 3rd 673 pts. atTennessee L 155-128 Alabama W 130-101 at Indiana W 149-134 at South Carolina W 180.5-117.5 Texas L 152.5-147.5 at Alabama W 177.5-120.5 at Tennessee W 130-100 SEC Championship 4th 496 pts. South Carolina W 143-106 NCAA Championship 10th 157 pts. SEC Championship 3rd 542 pts. NCAA Championship 10th 177 pts. 2011-12...........................................6-2-1 Georgia Tech W 152-82 2005-06........................................... 7-3 North Carolina W 193-102 North Carolina W 180.5-119.5 at Georgia Tech W 135-108 at Florida T 150-150 Florida L 127-173 at Auburn L 156-87 at Michigan L 121-179 Emory W 144-88 Emory W 156-113 at Texas L 160-125 Bulldog Invitational 2nd 984 pts. South Carolina W 180-112 Kentucky W 190-117 Tennessee W 163-137 at Texas L 107-136 Alabama W 152-148 Tennessee W 133-110 SEC Championship 3rd 521 pts. at South Carolina W 197-103 NCAA Championship 11th 106.5 pts. at Alabama W 158.5-140.5 SEC Championship 3rd 761 pts. 2012-13...........................................7-3 NCAA Championship 9th 197 pts. at Georgia Tech W 161-133 Florida L 192-104 2006-07......................................... 12-1 Missouri W 151-147 at North Carolina W 173-125 Emory W 114-83 Georgia Tech W 187-53 UGA Fall Invitational 3rd 662.5 pts. South Carolina W 163-78 at SCAD W 206-46 at Florida W 122-121 at N.C. State (Savannah) W 144-112 Kentucky W 148.5-89.5 Texas L 132-109 Michigan W 190.5-172.5 at Tennessee L 161.5-132.5 Purdue Duals at Alabama W 205-93 vs. Purdue W 197-156 at South Carolina W 209-85 vs. Penn State W 234-119 SEC Championship 3rd 1024 pts. vs. Utah W 259-94 NCAA Championship 10th 163 pts. vs. Louisville W 278-69 Emory W 184-105 Bulldog Invitational 2nd 884 pts. Martha Washington Texas L 161-135 4 seasons • 1974-77 at Tennessee W 138-103 n/a SEC Championship 3rd 395 pts. NCAA Championship 13th 98 pts. WOMEN’S RESULTS 2007-08........................................... 6-2 1973-74........................................... 7-1 North Carolina W 1167-133 Georgia Southern W 98-30 at LSU W 138-99 Florida L 27-102 Florida L 132-111 Emory W 92-34 at Georgia Tech W 134-104 Tennessee W 79-52 Georgia Fall Invite 1st 970 pts. South Carolina W 83-48 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. 2009-10........................................... 4-4 North Carolina L 156-144 at Florida L 139-104 Emory W 147-80

Dr. Joe McEvoy 2 seasons • 1977-79 11-10 Emory South Carolina Georgia Southern

W 85-41 W 73-58 W 96-32

1974-75...........................................n/a Tennessee L 62-77 1975-76...........................................n/a South Florida W

Jack Bauerle 34 seasons • 1979-80-present 287-33-1 Florida Georgia Southern Tennessee

L 53-78 W 85-35 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 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 N/A 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 at Brenau W 85-48 Tampa W 89-46 Southern Intercollegiate 2nd SEC Championship 5th 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 at South Carolina L 80-60 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 W 81-57 Furman W 59-51 at South Florida W 114-76 at South Carolina W 146-119 Longhorn Invitational 2nd Texas L 57-83 Florida State W 65-48 N.C. State W 76-63 Clemson W 142-126 at Tennessee W 79-58 SEC Championship 2nd NCAA Championship 6th 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

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Year-By-Year Results at Vanderbilt Harvard Invitational at Kentucky Texas Invitational Clemson Florida State at Alabama at Tennessee SEC Championship NCAA Championship

W 64-42 1st W 80-55 4th W 143-100 W 82-58 W 82-58 W 73-67 3rd 10th

1989-90........................................... 7-2 Tennessee L 57-83 Kentucky W 61-52 Florida L 51-62 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. 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. at Tennesse W 164-134 Alabama W 180-118 South Carolina W 184-111 SEC Championship 3rd 490.5 pts. NCAA Championship 12th 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 at Kansas South Carolina SEC Championship at Florida NCAA Championship

W W W 5th L 6th

131-100 160-135 123-107 78-101

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 Alabama W 155-136 Kentucky W 144-93 South Carolina W 136-99 at Michigan W 172-130 at Tennessee W 139-102 SEC Championship 1st 712.5 pts. NCAA Championship 5th 500 pts. 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 W 138-105 Georgia Invite 1st 1288 pts. Alabama W 131-94 at Southern Methodist W 162.5-129.5 Texas W 167-131 South Carolina W 139-106 SEC Championship 2nd 809 pts. NCAA Championship 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 Bulldog Invitational 1st 1,073 pts. at SMU W 170.5-123.5 Texas W 169-131 at Tennessee W 141-102

SEC Championship NCAA Championship

2nd 5th

671 pts. 290 pts.

2007-08...........................................12-0 North Carolina W 171-121 at Arkansas W 168-127 North Texas W 212-82 at LSU W 136-102 Florida W 148-95 at Georgia Tech W 139-94 at Stanford W 156-144 Georgia Invitational 1st 1007.5 pts. 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. 2008-09........................................... 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. 2009-10........................................... 8-1 North Carolina W 160-126 at Florida W 137-104 Emory W 145-92 at Auburn W 134-104 Georgia Fall Invite 1st 1,374 pts. Southern Methodist W 165-114 at Texas L 153-147 Tennessee W 189-111 Alabama W 172-120 South Carolina W 193-99 SEC Championship 1st 824.5 pts. NCAA Championship 5th 342.5 pts. 2010-11...........................................10-0 at North Carolina W 168-132 Florida W 180-120 at Georgia Tech W 137-98 at Emory W 155-80 Georgia Invitational 1st 1,115 pts. at SMU W 200-89 at Texas A&M W 169-126 Texas W 169.5-130.5 at Tennessee W 177-123 at South Carolina W 178.5-119.5 at Alabama W 191-107 SEC Championship 1st 720 pts. NCAA Championship 2nd 394.5 pts. 2011-12...........................................8-1 Georgia Tech W 141-91 North Carolina W 177-112 at Florida W 158.5-141.5 at Auburn W 155-80 Emory W 133-110 at Texas L 155-145 South Carolina W 117-112 Tennessee W 169-131 Alabama W 173-121 SEC Championship 1st 781 pts. NCAA Championship 2nd 366 pts. 2012-13...........................................10-1 at Georgia Tech W 176-115 at Arkansas W 187-113 Florida W 188-110 Missouri W 186-106 Emory W 111-86 UGA Fall Invitational 1st 991 pts. at SCAD W 178-73 at N.C. State (Savannah) W 151-99 Texas W 143-100 at Tennessee L 161-139 at Alabama W 219-79 at South Carolina W 203-96 SEC Championship 1st 1420 pts. NCAA Championship 1st 477 pts.

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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. Megan Romano 13 NCAAs 5. C.Van Landeghem 13 SECs 6. Maddie Locus 12 SECs 7. Amanda Weir 05 NCAAs 8. Paige Kearns 05 NCAAs 9. Jessica Graber 13 SECs 10. Lauren Harrington 13 SECs

21.63 21.69 21.80 21.88 21.90 22.10 22.28 22.32 22.38 22.41

1,000 FREESTYLE 1. Wendy Trott 12 NCAAs 2. Laura Conway 05 NCAAs 3. Amber McDermott 12 NCAAs 4. Brittany MacLean 13 NCAAs 5. Chelsea Nauta 09 NCAAs 6. Kelsey Ditto 08 NCAAs 7. Julie Varozza 99 NCAAs 8. Erika Hansen 88-89 9. Shannon Vreeland 11 SECs 10. Stephanie Carr 05 NCAAs

9:32.73 9:34.04 9:34.22 9:36.75 9:38.07 9:38.25 9:38.95 9:44.10 9:45.31 9:45.80

100 FREESTYLE 1. Megan Romano 12 NCAAs 2. Kara Lynn Joyce 07 NCAAs 3. Maritza Correia 03 NCAAs 4. Morgan Scroggy 11 NCAAs 5. Allison Schmitt 13 SECs 6. Shannon Vreeland 13 NCAAs 7. C.Van Landeghem 13 NCAAs 8. Maddie Locus 12 NCAAs 9. Stefanie Williams 02 NCAAs 10. Courtney Shealy 00 SECs

47.01 47.24 47.29 47.58 47.95 48.20 48.21 48.32 48.37 48.40

1,650 FREESTYLE 1. Wendy Trott 12 NCAAs 2. Amber McDermott 12 NCAAs 3. Brittany MacLean 13 NCAAs 4. Laura Conway 05 NCAAs 5. Chelsea Nauta 09 NCAAs 6. Kelsey Ditto 08 UGA Inv. 7. Julie Varozza 99 NCAAs 8. Erika Hansen 89 NCAAs 9. Shannon Vreeland 11 SECs 10. Julie Hardt 01 NCAAs

15:38.94 15:51.49 15:54.63 15:54.97 15:55.37 15:58.15 15:59.66 16:00.04 16:07.49 16:08.48

200 FREESTYLE 1. Megan Romano 12 NCAAs 2. Allison Schmitt 13 NCAAs 3. Morgan Scroggy 11 SECs 4. Shannon Vreeland 13 NCAAs 5. Kara Lynn Joyce 06 SECs 6. Mary DeScenza 06 SECs 7. Chelsea Nauta 09 NCAAs 8. Jordan Mattern 12 NCAAs 9. Stefanie Williams 02 NCAAs 10. Erica Malagón 09 Bulldog Inv.

1:41.21 1:41.85 1:42.46 1:42.97 1:43.54 1:43.96 1:44.00 1:44.72 1:44.88 1:44.94

100 BACKSTROKE 1. Megan Romano 12 NCAAs 2. Aleksandra Putra 08 UGA Inv. 3. Kristen Shickora 12 NCAAs 4. Courtney Shealy 00 SECs 5. Kelsey Gaid 11 SECs 6. Morgan Scroggy 10 Bulldog Inv. 7. Tricia Harm 06 NCAAs 8. Lauren English 10 UGA Inv. 9. Samantha Arsenault 05 NCAAs 10. Lauren Gettel 03 NCAAs

51.37 52.24 52.26 52.50 53.02 53.33 53.41 53.65 53.78 53.86

500 FREESTYLE 1. Allison Schmitt 11 NCAAs 2. Shannon Vreeland 12 NCAAs 3. Amber McDermott 11 UGA Fall Inv. 4. Wendy Trott 08 UGA Inv. 5. Chelsea Nauta 08 UGA Inv. 6. Brittany MacLean 13 NCAAs 7. Elizabeth Hill 05 NCAAs 8. Claire Maust 07 SECs 9. Jordan Mattern 12 UGA Fall Inv. 10. Julie Hardt 02 NCAAs

4:32.71 4:34.49 4:34.55 4:35.80 4:35.86 4:38.84 4:39.25 4:39.47 4:39.66 4:39.89

200 BACKSTROKE 1. Aleksandra Putra 08 UGA Inv. 2. Kelsey Gaid 11 NCAAs 3. Keegan Walkley 98 NCAAs 4. Kristen Shickora 12 SECs 5. Jana Mangimelli 10 NCAAs 6. Jordan Mattern 13 SECs 7. Chelsea Nauta 09 SECs 8. Morgan Scroggy 08 UGA Inv. 9. Mary DeScenza 04 UGA Inv. 10. Amanda Adkins 99 NCAAs

1:51.57 1:52.75 1:53.22 1:53.41 1:53.74 1:54.89 1:54.50 1:54.79 1:56.06 1:56.13

100 BREASTSTROKE 1. Kristy Kowal 98 NCAAs 59.05 2. Mhyria Miller 08 UGA Inv. 59.18 3. Michelle McKeehan 09 NCAAs 59.34 Melanie Margalis 12 UGA Fall Inv. 59.34 5. Sarah Poewe 03 NCAAs 59.58 6. Colleen Haase 09 NCAAs 59.67 7. Lindsey Ertter 05 NCAAs 59.80 8. Sara Nicponski 10 UGA Inv. 59.84 9. Ashley Roby 01 NCAAs 59.91 10. Kelly McNichols 09 NCAAs 1:00.08

200 BUTTERFLY 1. Mary DeScenza 03 NCAAs/05 SECs 1:53.51 2. Lauren Harrington 13 NCAAs 1:54.39 3. Annie Broome 09 NCAAs 1:54.95 4. Hali Flickinger 13 NCAAs 1:55.39 5. Lisa Caprioglio 10 SECs 1:55.86 6. Elizabeth Hill 08 SECs 1:56.12 7. Lauren Cartwright 09 Bulldog Inv. 1:56.38 8. Adrienne Bicek 10 SECs 1:56.58 9. Katie Yevak 05 NCAAs 1:56.63 10. Allison Schmitt 09 Bulldog Inv. 1:56.67

200 BREASTSTROKE 1. Annie Zhu 13 SECs 2. Kristy Kowal 99 NCAAs 3. Melanie Margalis 13 NCAAs 4. Mhyria Miller 08 UGA Inv. 5. Colleen Haase 08 UGA Inv. 6. Michelle McKeehan 12 SECs 7. Jana Mangimelli 11 UGA Fall Inv. 8. Sarah Poewe 03 NCAAs 9. Lindsey Ertter 05 NCAAs 10. Shannon O’Malley 13 SECs

2:05.99 2:07.66 2:08.60 2:08.61 2:08.63 2:08.73 2:09.46 2:09.89 2:09.97 2:10.46

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Melanie Margalis 13 SECs 2. Morgan Scroggy 11 SECs 3. Jana Mangimelli 12 SECs 4. Annie Zhu 13 SECs 5. Courtney Monsees 09 SECs 6. Tricia Harm 06 NCAAs 7. Mary DeScenza 06 NCAAs 8. Kristy Kowal 99 NCAAs 9. Kelly McNichols 08 UGA Inv. 10. Lauren Cartwright 09 SECs

1:54.55 1:54.58 1:55.99 1:56.08 1:57.17 1:57.28 1:57.52 1:58.11 1:58.21 1:58.47

100 BUTTERFLY 1. Mary DeScenza 06 NCAAs 2. Anne-Marie Botek 10 SECs 3. Lauren Harrington 13 SECs 4. Lisa Caprioglio 09 Bulldog Inv. 5. Annie Broome 10 NCAAs 6. Tricia Harm 06 NCAAs 7. Katie Yevak 05 NCAAs 8. Morgan Scroggy 11 Bulldog Inv. 9. Karen Guilkey 06 SECs 10. Lisa Coole 95 NCAAs

51.56 52.34 52.39 52.62 52.69 52.87 53.32 53.35 53.38 53.53

400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Melanie Margalis 12 UGA Fall Inv. 2. Jana Mangimelli 10 NCAAs 3. Annie Zhu 13 SECs 4. Keegan Walkley 99 NCAAs 5. Amber McDermott 13 NCAAs 6. Shannon Vreeland 11 SECs 7. Hali Flickinger 13 NCAAs 8. Nicole Vernon 12 SECs 9. Wendy Trott 09 UGA Inv. 10. Lauren Cartwright 10 SECs

4:05.26 4:05.31 4:05.55 4:07.06 4:07.42 4:08.41 4:09.47 4:09.57 4:10.37 4:10.76

Claire Maust

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

200 FREESTYLE RELAY Locus,Van Landeghem, Schmitt, Romano 13 SECs 1:26.89 Botek, Cole, Scroggy, McNichols 09 NCAAs 1:27.51 Locus, Graber, Harrington, Romano 12 NCAAs 1:28.00 Graber, Locus,Van Landeghem, Romano 12 UGA Fall Inv. 1:28.05 Georoff, Kearns, Joyce, Weir 05 NCAAs 1:28.10 Botek, Scroggy, Romano, Monsees 10 NCAAs 1:28.35 Joyce, Cole, Botek, A. Miller 07 NCAAs 1:28.44 Botek, Cole, Scroggy, Monsees 09 SECs 1:28.62 Joyce, Harm, A. Miller, Cole 06 NCAAs 1:28.74 Williams, Mabry, Kearns, Correia 02 NCAAs 1:28.74

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

800 FREESTYLE RELAY Vreeland, Romano, Mattern, Schmitt 13 SECs Scroggy, Nauta, Margalis, Schmitt 11 SECs Schmitt, Nauta, Putra, Scroggy 09 NCAAs Scroggy, Romano,Vreeland, Schmitt 11 NCAAs Scroggy, Romano, Nauta, Schmitt 10 NCAAs Vreeland, Mattern, McDermott, Romano 12 NCAAs Scroggy, Nauta, McNichols, Schmitt 10 SECs Vreeland, Margalis, Mattern, Romano 12 SECs Nauta, McNichols, Putra, Scroggy 08 UGA Inv. Margalis,Vreeland, Mattern, Romano 11 UGA Fall

6:52.64 6:53.58 6:55.05 6:55.40 6:55.61 6:55.96 6:56.64 6:57.09 6:59.59 7:00.55

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

400 FREESTYLE RELAY Vreeland,Van Landeghem, Schmitt, Romano 13 NCAAs 3:09.40 Scroggy, Romano, Margalis, Schmitt 11 NCAAs 3:11.03 Schmitt,Van Landeghem,Vreeland, Romano 13 SECs 3:11.23 Locus,Vreeland, Margalis, Romano 12 NCAAs 3:11.56 Schmitt, Nauta, McNichols, Scroggy 09 NCAAs 3:12.33 Van Landeghem,Vreeland, Margalis, Romano 12 UGA Fall Inv. 3:12.71 Schmitt, McNichols, Cole, Scroggy 09 SECs 3:13.11 DeScenza, Harm, Cole, Joyce 06 NCAAs 3:13.38 Weir, Kearns, DeScenza, Joyce 05 NCAAs 3:13:47 Scroggy, Romano, Nauta, Schmitt 10 NCAAs 3:13.70

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

200 MEDLEY RELAY Shickora, McNichols, Caprioglio, Botek 09 NCAAs Harm, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce 06 NCAAs Shickora, Miller, Botek, Cole 09 SECs Shickora, McKeehan, Harrington, Romano 12 SECs Shickora, Romano, Nauta, Schmitt 10 NCAAs Shickora, McKeehan, English, Romano 11 SECs Arsenault, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce 05 NCAAs Gaid, Margalis, Harrington, Graber 13 SECs Putra, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Cole 08 UGA Inv. Gettel, Poewe, DeScenza, Correia 03 SECs

1:36.45 1:37.24 1:37.27 1:37.62 1:37.64 1:37.67 1:37.81 1:37.90 1:38.31 1:38.49

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

400 MEDLEY RELAY Shickora, McKeehan, Harrington, Romano 12 NCAAs Romano, Margalis, Harrington, Schmitt 13 NCAAs Gettel, Poewe, DeScenza, Correia 03 NCAAs Putra, Miller, Caprioglio, Scroggy 09 NCAAs Shickora, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Scroggy 09 SECs Romano, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Scroggy 10 NCAAs Shickora, Nicponski, Scroggy, Romano 11 NCAAs Putra, McKeehan, Caprioglio, Cole 08 UGA Inv. Mabry, Poewe, DeScenza, Joyce 04 SECs Arsenault, DeScenza, Weir, Poewe 05 NCAAs Anne-Marie Botek, Jessica Cole, Kara Lynn Joyce, Kelly McNichols

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Georgia’s Top 10 50 FREESTYLE 1. Michael Arnold 12 SECs 2. Allan Murray 93 NCAAs 3. Craig Jennings 09 SECs 4. Matt Ellis 13 SECs 5. Cameron Hollinger 06 SECs 6. Chris Murray 99 Bulldog Inv. 7. Josh Laban 04 SECs 8. Martin Kata 11 Bulldog Inv. 9. Robert Brewer 98 NCAAs 10. Doug Reynolds 12 SECs

19.49 19.57 19.66 19.67 19.83 19.92 19.95 20.00 20.01 20.03

1,000 FREESTYLE 1. Martin Grodzki 12 NCAAs 2. Troyden Prinsloo 09 NCAAs 3. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 4. Robert Margalis 02 NCAAs 5. Matias Koski 13 NCAAs 6. Andrew Gemmell 12 NCAAs 7. Will Freeman 10 Florida 8. Reeve Irvin 98 Texas Dual 9. Andrew Mahaney 01 Texas Dual 10. Beau Wiebel 99 UNC Dual

100 FREESTYLE 1. Matt Ellis 13 SECs 2. Michael Arnold 12 NCAAs 3. Robert Brewer 94 SECs 4. Kevin Frankenfeld 10 Bulldog Inv. 5. Hakan Karlsson 92 SECs 6. Chris Murray 01 SECs 7. John Stratman 98 NCAAs 8. Matt Bartlett 10 SECs 9. Matias Koski 13 NCAAs 10. Craig Jennings 08 UGA Inv.

43.00 43.26 43.73 43.80 43.82 43.83 43.85 43.90 43.91 43.98

1,650 FREESTYLE 1. Martin Grodzki 12 NCAAs 2. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 3. Troyden Prinsloo 08 NCAAs 4. Robert Margalis 05 NCAAs 5. Andrew Gemmell 12 NCAAs 6. Matias Koski 13 NCAAs 7. Will Freeman 13 SECs 8. Reeve Irvin 98 SECs 9. Beau Wiebel 97 SECs 10. Matt Owen 06 NCAAs

14:24.08 14:26.86 14:28.06 14:38.58 14:41.86 14:42.09 14:44.38 15:02.41 15:02.92 15:06.79

200 FREESTYLE 1. Matt Bartlett 10 SECs 2. Matias Koski 13 NCAAs 3. Jameson Hill 11 SECs 4. Peter Benner 09 NCAAs 5. Matt Owen 06 SECs 6. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 7. Robert Margalis 05 SECs 8. Vince Giambalvo 92 Gator Inv. 9. Gil Stovall 07 UGA Inv. 10. Reeve Irvin 98 SECs

1:33.83 1:33.84 1:34.71 1:35.31 1:35.59 1:36.05 1:36.12 1:36.13 1:36.54 1:36.56

100 BACKSTROKE 1. Matt Bartlett 10 NCAAs 2. Robert Brewer 98 SECs 3. Marc Lindsay 99 NCAAs 4. Ty Stewart 13 NCAAs 5. Kris Babylon 96 NCAAs Gil Stovall 08 NCAAs 7. Anival Rodriguez 13 SECs 8. Chris Spooner 09 SECs 9. Peter Osborn 05 NCAAs 10. Chris Thompson 10 SECs

46.53 47.28 47.38 47.39 47.52 47.52 47.61 47.63 47.97 48.17

500 FREESTYLE 1. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 2. Troyden Prinsloo 09 NCAAs 3. Martin Grodzki 12 NCAAs 4. Matias Koski 13 NCAAs 5. Robert Margalis 05 NCAAs 6. Will Freeman 13 SECs 7. Jameson Hill 11 SECs 8. Andrew Gemmell 12 NCAAs 9. Matt Owen 06 SECs 10. Reeve Irvin 98 Texas Dual

4:09.48 4:12.49 4:12.95 4:13.59 4:14.24 4:16.34 4:17.71 4:17.75 4:18.29 4:19.41

200 BACKSTROKE 1. Ty Stewart 13 NCAAs 2. Marc Lindsay 01 NCAAs 3. Yoav Gath 99 NCAAs 4. Jared Markham 13 SECs 5. Chris Spooner 09 NCAAs 6. Robert Brewer 94 SECs 7. Kris Babylon 97 NCAAs 8. Chris Thompson 09 Bulldog Inv. 9. Hunter Lainhart 09 SECs 10. Peter Osborn 02 NCAAs

200 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Jennings, Arnold, Green, Lavender 09 Bulldog Inv. 2. Jennings, Kata, Frankenfeld, Arnold 10 NCAAs 3. Arnold, Kata, Bartlett, Frankenfeld 11 SECs 4. Hollinger, Cellini, Bibliowicz, Smutz 07 NCAAs 5. Jennings, Arnold, Kata, Frankenfeld 09 SECs 6. Laban, Gardner,Verhoef, Hollinger 04 SECs 7. Ellis, Hill, Reynolds, Simmons 13 NCAAs 8. Ellis, Reynolds, Koski, Hill 13 SECs 9. Arnold, Reynolds, Hill, Simmons 12 SECs 10. Stratman, Wade, Norment, Brewer 97 SECs

1:18.19 1:18.48 1:18.61 1:18.73 1:18.80 1:18.89 1:18.97 1:19.05 1:19.16 1:19.19

400 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Arnold, Kata, Bartlett, Frankenfeld 11 Bulldog Inv. 2:53.71 2. Arnold, Frankenfeld, Bartlett, Kata 11 SECs 2:54.46 3. Arnold, Kata, Frankenfeld, Jennings 10 NCAAs 2:54.88 4. Ellis, Fink, Kalisz, Koski 13 SECs 2:54.95 5. Bartlett, Kata, Dylla, Arnold 10 SECs 2:54.97 6. Arnold, Jennings, Kata, Dylla 08 UGA Inv. 2:55.28 7. Reynolds, Fink, Hill, Arnold 12 SECs 2:55.35 8. C. Murray, Griffin, Read, Stratman 00 SECs 2:55.62 9. Koski, Fink, Hill, Ellis 12 UGA Fall Inv. 2:55.75 10. Jennings, Benner, Spooner, Cregar 09 NCAAs 2:56.17

8:44.52 8:48.00 8:48.02 8:54.13 8:56.45 8:56.52 8:57.77 9:06.40 9:07.46 9:08.09

1:41.86 1:42.04 1:42.71 1:43.05 1:43.42 1:43.62 1:43.74 1:44.06 1:44.52 1:44.81

100 BREASTSTROKE 1. Nicolas Fink 13 NCAAs 2. Neil Versfeld 09 SECs 3. Michael Norment 97 SECs 4. Matt Buck 96 NCAAs 5. Scott Gardner 04 SECs 6. Kyle Salyards 03 SECs 7. Martin Kata 10 SECs 8. Ashley Oliver 08 SECs 9. Atiba Wade 97 SECs 10. Barry Wynn 97 NCAAs Mikey Larmoyeux 08 Bulldog Inv.

200 BUTTERFLY 1. Mark Dylla 11 NCAAs 2. Gil Stovall 08 NCAAs 3. Matt Bartlett 10 NCAAs 4. Todd McGraw 09 NCAAs 5. Andrew Mahaney 02 NCAAs 6. Randy Lam 04 SECs 7. Heath Edwards 97 SECs 8. Robert Margalis 03 NCAAs 9. Peter Benner 09 NCAAs 10. Jonathan Schmidt 05 NCAAs

1:40.60 1:41.33 1:43.13 1:43.49 1:44.17 1:44.59 1:44.74 1:44.95 1:45.14 1:45.45

200 BREASTSTROKE 1. Neil Versfeld 09 NCAAs 1:51.40 2. Nicolas Fink 13 NCAAs 1:53.79 3. Bill Cregar 11 SECs 1:54.56 4. Kyle Salyards 02 NCAAs/03 SECs 1:55.67 5. Chase Kalisz 13 SECs 1:55.68 6. Tom Beeri 10 SECs 1:56.47 7. Matt Buck 96 NCAAs 1:56.62 8. Brett Roberson 13 SECs 1:57.00 9. Ashley Oliver 08 SECs 1:57.46 10. Michael Norment 97 SECs 1:57.75

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Chase Kalisz 13 SECs 2. Nicolas Fink 13 SECs 3. Bill Cregar 11 NCAAs 4. Peter Benner 09 NCAAs 5. Ty Stewart 13 NCAAs 6. Mark Dylla 08 UGA Inv. 7. Matt Bartlett 10 SECs 8. Kris Babylon 97 NCAAs 9. Martin Kata 10 SECs 10. Gil Stovall 06 SECs

1:43.04 1:43.42 1:43.56 1:43.94 1:44.45 1:44.56 1:45.14 1:45.19 1:45.22 1:45.61

100 BUTTERFLY 1. Mark Dylla 11 SECs 2. Doug Reynolds 13 NCAAs 3. Gil Stovall 08 NCAAs 4. Michael Arnold 12 NCAAs 5. Matt Ellis 13 SECs 6. Jonathan Schmidt 05 SECs 7. Peter Verhoef 06 Fall Inv. 8. Martin Kata 10 SECs 9. Jason Gagnon 02 SECs 10. Nathan Bibliowicz 07 SECs

400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Chase Kalisz 13 NCAAs 2. Robert Margalis 03 NCAAs 3. Bill Cregar 11 NCAAs 4. Sebastien Rouault 08 NCAAs 5. Peter Benner 09 NCAAs 6. Ty Stewart 13 SECs 7. Andrew Gemmell 12 NCAAs 8. Jared Markham 13 SECs 9. Beau Wiebel 99 NCAAs 10. Todd McGraw 11 NCAAs

3:38.05 3:39.92 3:40.97 3:42.25 3:42.48 3:43.91 3:44.89 3:45.76 3:46.02 3:46.71

51.85 52.23 53.42 53.47 53.66 53.88 54.35 54.38 54.65 54.77 54.77

45.99 46.26 46.27 46.33 46.83 46.89 47.02 47.10 47.20 47.70

Cameron Hollinger

800 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Hill, Bartlett, Dylla, Cregar 11 SECs 6:22.13 2. Koski, Ellis, Reynolds, Fink 13 NCAAs 6:22.76 3. Bartlett, Dylla, Cregar, Benner 10 SECs 6:22.94 4. Hill, Fink, Kalisz, Koski 13 SECs 6:23.55 5. Bartlett, Dylla, Cregar, Hill 11 NCAAs 6:23.79 6. Rouault, Dylla, Prinsloo, Stovall 08 NCAAs 6:24.66 7. Rouault, Stovall, Bibliowicz, Owen 07 NCAAs 6:24.73 Benner, Dylla, Cregar, Prinsloo 09 NCAAs 6:24.73 9. Hill, Fink, Grodzki, Koski 12 UGA Fall Inv. 6:24.79 10. Reynolds, Fink, Benner, Grodzki 12 NCAAs 6:25.30 200 MEDLEY RELAY 1. Rodriguez, Fink, Reynolds, Ellis 13 SECs 2. Arnold, Fink, Reynolds, Simmons 12 SECs 3. Arnold, Kata, Dylla, Jennings 10 SECs 4. Dylla, Cregar, Benner, Green 11 Bulldog Inv. 5. Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings 09 SECs 6. Lindsay, Gardner, Scannell, Gagnon 02 SECs 7. Osborn, Gardner,Verhoef, Laban 04 SECs 8. Brewer, Buck, Edwards, Stratman 97 SECs 9. Bartlett, Kata, Reynolds, Arnold 11 SECs 10. Stovall, Cellini, Bibliowicz, Smutz 07 SECs

1:25.75 1:26.16 1:26.35 1:26.60 1:26.68 1:27.52 1:27.57 1:27.59 1:27.60 1:27.69

400 MEDLEY RELAY 1. Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Arnold 09 NCAAs 2. Stewart, Fink, Reynolds, Ellis 13 NCAAs 3. Spooner,Versfeld, Dylla, Jennings 09 SECs 4. Bartlett, Cregar, Dylla, Hill 11 NCAAs 5. Bartlett, Kata, Dylla, Frankenfeld 10 NCAAs 6. Markham, Fink. Reynolds, Arnold 12 SECs 7. Thompson, Kata, Dylla, Bartlett 10 SECs 8. Stovall, Oliver, Dylla, Bibliowicz 08 NCAAs 9. Bartlett, Kata, Dylla, Arnold 11 SECs 10. Lindsay, Salyards, Gagnon, Kintz 02 NCAAs Gil Stovall, Joe Redmon, Nathan Bibliowicz, Sebastien Rouault

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Georgia’s Record Book EVENT GEORGIA 50y FREE Kara Lynn Joyce 21.63 (3/16/06) 100y FREE Megan Romano 47.01 (3/17/12) 200y FREE Megan Romano 1:41.21 (3/16/12) 500y FREE Allison Schmitt 4:32.71 (3/17/11) 1,000y FREE Wendy Trott 9:32.73 (3/17/12) 1,650y FREE Wendy Trott 15:38.94 (3/17/12) 100y BACK Megan Romano 51.37 (3/16/12) 200y BACK Aleksandra Putra 1:51.57 (12/07/08) 100y BREAST Kristy Kowal 59.05 (3/20/98) 200y BREAST Annie Zhu 2:05.99 (2/23/13) 100y FLY Mary DeScenza 51.56 (3/17/06) 200y FLY Mary DeScenza 1:53.51 (3/22/03) and (2/19/05) 200y IM Melanie Margalis 1:54.55 (2/20/13) 400y IM Melanie Margalis 4:05.26 (12/2/12)

GABRIELSEN SEC MEET NCAA AMERICAN U.S. OPEN NATATORIUM RECORDS RECORDS RECORDS RECORDS Kara Lynn Joyce A.Vanderpool-Wallace Lara Jackson Lara Jackson Lara Jackson Georgia Auburn Arizona Arizona Arizona 21.63 (3/16/06) 21.34 (2011) 21.27 (3/19/09) 21.27 (3/19/09) 21.27 (3/19/09) Natalie Coughlin A.Vanderpool-Wallace A.Vanderpool-Wallace Natalie Coughlin A.Vanderpool-Wallace California Auburn Auburn California Auburn 46.84 (12/4/11) 46.81 (2011) 46.61 (2/18/12) 46.84 (12/4/11) 46.61 (2/18/12) Allison Schmitt Morgan Scroggy Megan Romano Megan Romano Megan Romano Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia 1:43.65 (2/18/10) 1:42.46 (2011) 1:41.21 (3/16/12) 1:41.21 (3/16/12) 1:41.21 (3/16/12) Wendy Trott Caroline Burckle Allison Schmitt Katie Hoff Katie Hoff Georgia Florida Georgia North Baltimore North Baltimore 4:35.80 (12/05/08) 4:34.87 (2008) 4:32.71 (3/17/11) 4:30.47 (12/8/07) 4:30.47 (12/8/07) Julie Varozza — Katie Hoff Katie Hoff Katie Hoff Georgia North Baltimore North Baltimore North Baltimore 9:38.95 (3/20/99) 9:10.77 (12/7/07) 9:10.77 (12/7/07) 9:10.77 (12/7/07) Wendy Trott Sarah Henry Katie Hoff Katie Hoff Katie Hoff Georgia Texas A&M North Baltimore North Baltimore North Baltimore 15:47.55 (2/20/10) 15:45.79 (2013) 15:24.35 (3/2/08) 15:24.35 (3/2/08) 15:24.35 (3/2/08) Gemma Spofforth Gemma Spofforth Natalie Coughlin Natalie Coughlin Natalie Coughlin Florida Florida California California California 50.91 (2/17/10) 50.53 (2009) 49.97 (3/22/02) 49.97 (3/22/02) 49.97 (3/22/02) Aleksandra Putra Gemma Spofforth Elizabeth Pelton Elizabeth Pelton Elizabeth Pelton Georgia Florida California California California 1:51.57 (12/07/08) 1:48.34 (2009) 1:47.84 (3/23/13) 1:47.84 (3/23/13) 1:47.84 (3/23/13) Mhyria Miller Breeja Larson Breeja Larson Breeja Larson Breeja Larson Georgia Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M 59.18p (12/06/08) 57.43 (2013) 57.43 (2/22/13) 57.43 (2/22/13) 57.43 (2/22/13) Kristy Kowal Breeja Larson Breeja Larson Breeja Larson Breeja Larson Georgia Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M Texas A&M 2:07.66 (3/20/99) 2:05.71 (2013) 2:04.48 (11/16/12) 2:04.48 (11/16/12) 2:04.48 (11/16/12) Mary DeScenza Christine Magnuson Natalie Coughlin Natalie Coughlin Natalie Coughlin Georgia Tennessee California California California 51.56 (3/17/06) 51.00 (2008) 50.01 (3/22/02) 50.01 (3/22/02) 50.01 (3/22/02) Limin Liu Cammile Adams Elaine Breeden Elaine Breeden Elaine Breeden Nevada Texas A&M Stanford Stanford Stanford 1:53.36 (3/20/99) 1:52.48 (2013) 1:49.92 (2/28/09) 1:49.92 (2/28/09) 1:49.92 (2/28/09) Whitney Myers Melanie Margalis Caitlin Leverenz Caitlin Leverenz Caitlin Leverenz Arizona Georgia California California California 1:54.88 (3/16/06) 1:54.55 (2013) 1:51.77 (3/15/12) 1:51.77 (3/15/12) 1:51.77 (3/15/12) Teresa Crippen Elizabeth Beisel Katinka Hosszu Caitlin Leverenz Katinka Hosszu Florida Florida Auburn California Auburn 4:05.07 (2/17/10) 4:00.83 (2011) 3:56.54 (3/16/12) 3:57.89 (3/16/12) 3:56.54 (3/16/12)

Locus,Van Landeghem, Cashion, Gresdal Locus,Van Landeghem, Jackson, Kelly, Jackson, Kelly, Jackson, Kelly, Schmitt, Romano Turner, Nymeyer Schmitt, Romano Schluntz, Baughman Schluntz, Baughman Schluntz, Bughman 1:26.89 (2/19/13) Arizona Georgia Arizona Arizona Arizona 1:27.98 (3/16/06) 1:26.89 (2013) 1:26.20 (3/19/09) 1:26.20 (3/19/09) 1:26.20 (3/19/09) 400y FREE RELAY Vreeland,Van Landeghem, Cashion, Gresdal Schmitt,Van Landeghem, Vreeland,Van Landeghem, Lafferty, Geer, Vreeland,Van Landeghem, Schmitt, Romano Myers, Nymeyer Vreeland, Romano Schmitt, Romano Flederbach, Drake Schmitt, Romano 3:09.40 (3/23/13) Arizona Georgia Georgia Arizona Georgia 3:12.77 (3/18/06) 3:11.23 (2013) 3:09.40 (3/23/13) 3:10.63 (3/23/13) 3:09.40 (3/23/13) Vreeland, Romano, Scroggy, Nauta, Vreeland, Romano, Vreeland, Romano, Vreeland, Romano, Vreeland, Romano, 800y FREE RELAY Mattern, Schmitt McNichols, Schmitt Mattern, Schmitt Mattern, Schmitt Mattern, Schmitt Mattern, Schmitt 6:52.64 (2/19/13) Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia 6:56.64 (2/17/10) 6:52.64 (2013) 6:52.64 (2/19/13) 6:52.64 (2/19/13) 6:52.64 (2/19/13) Shickora, McNichols, Harm, Poewe Solernou, Hannis, Tran, Leverenz, Tran, Leverenz, Tran, Leverenz, 200y MEDLEY RELAY Caprioglio, Botek DeScenza, Joyce Floyd, Johnson Fotsch, Jensen Fotsch, Jensen Fotsch, Jensen 1:36.45 (3/20/09) Georgia Tennessee California California California 1:37.24 (3/17/06) 1:35.08 (2013) 1:34.24 (3/16/12) 1:34.24 (3/16/12) 1:34.24 (3/16/12) Shickora, McKeehan, Harrington, Romano Gresdal, Sieper, Adams, Miller, Tran, Leverenz, Agy, Chandler, Tran, Leverenz, 400y MEDLEY RELAY Romano, Margalis, Harrington, Schmitt Myers, Nymeyer Larson, Ibanez-Lopez Isakovic, Jensen Jackson, Schluntz Isakovic, Jensen 3:30.90 (3/15/12 & 3/20/13) Arizona Texas A&M California Arizona California 3:31.70 (3/16/06) 3:28.93 (2013) 3:28.10 (3/15/12) 3:28.31 (3/19/09) 3:28.10 (3/15/12) Hannah Moore Hannah Moore — — — — 1-meter DIVING (6) Dual/Invitational 327.75 (2/26/11) Georgia 327.75 (2/26/11) 1-meter DIVING (6) Hannah Moore Blythe Hartley Taryn Ignacio Cassidy Krug — — Championship 315.70 (2/18/10) Southern Cal Kentucky Stanford 353.50 (3/16/06) 333.90 (2007) 361.55 (2007) 3-meter DIVING (6) Hannah Moore Hannah Moore — — — — Dual/Invitational 360.38 (2/26/11) Georgia 360.38 (2/26/11) 3-meter DIVING (6) Hannah Moore Blythe Hartley Vennie Dantin Christina Loukas — — Championship 364.55 (2/17/10) Southern Cal Auburn Indiana 373.15 (3/17/06) 371.65 (2010) 437.75 (3/20/09)

200y FREE RELAY

PLATFORM (5) Dual/Invitational

Laura Ryan Laura Ryan — — — — 312.95 (12/2/12) Georgia 312.95 (12/2/12)

PLATFORM (5) Championship

Laura Ryan Taryn Ignacio 319.95 (2/22/13) Kentucky 335.30 (3/18/06)

Victoria Lamp Tennessee 341.90 (2013)

Jessica Livingston Texas 357.85 (2007)

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GABRIELSEN SEC MEET NATATORIUM RECORDS

NCAA RECORDS

AMERICAN RECORDS

U.S. OPEN RECORDS

50y FREE Michael Arnold Anthony Ervin Matt Targett Cesar Cielo Nathan Adrian Cesar Cielo 19.49 (2/16/12) California Auburn Auburn California Auburn 19.05 (3/28/02) 18.52 (2009) 18.47 (3/27/08) 18.66 (3/24/11) 18.47 (3/27/08) 100y FREE Matt Ellis Anthony Ervin Matt Targett Vlad Morozov Nathan Adrian Vlad Morozov 43.00 (2/23/13) California Auburn Southern Cal California Southern Cal 41.62 (3/30/02) 41.55 (2009) 40.76 (3/30/13) 41.08 (3/27/09) 40.76 (3/30/13) 200y FREE Matt Bartlett 1:33.83 (2/18/10) 500y FREE Sebastien Rouault 4:09.48 (3/27/08) 1,000y FREE Martin Grodzki 8:44.52 (3/24/12) 1,650y FREE Martin Grodzki 14:24.08 (3/24/12) 100y BACK Matt Bartlett 46.53 (3/26/2010) 200y BACK Ty Stewart 1:41.86 (3/30/13) 100y BREAST Nic Fink 51.85 (3/29/13) 200y BREAST Neil Versfeld 1:51.40 (3/28/09) 100y FLY Mark Dylla 45.99 (2/25/2011) 200y FLY Mark Dylla 1:40.60 (3/28/11) 200y IM Chase Kalisz 1:43.04 (2/20/13) 400y IM Chase Kalisz 3:38.05 (3/29/13) 200y FREE RELAY Jennings, Arnold, Green, Lavender 1:18.19 (3/1/09) 400y FREE RELAY Arnold, Kata, Bartlett, Frankenfeld 2:53.71 (2/25/2011) 800y FREE RELAY Hill, Bartlett, Dylla, Cregar 6:22.13 (2/19/2011)

Stephen Sioui Conor Dwyer Simon Burnett David Walters Simon Burnett Florida Florida Arizona Texas Arizona 1:35.30 (3/29/02) 1:31.73 (2011) 1:31.20 (3/24/06) 1:31.72 (3/27/09) 1:31.20 (3/24/06) Klete Keller Conor Dwyer Peter Vanderkaay Peter Vanderkaay Peter Vanderkaay Southern Cal Florida Michigan Michigan Michigan 4:12.83 (3/29/02) 4:11.36 (2011) 4:08.60 (3/23/06) 4:08.54 (2/9/08) 4:08.54 (2/9/08) Chris Thompson — Michael McBroom Erik Vendt Erik Vendt Michigan Texas Club Wolverine Club Wolverine 9:00.57 (11/7/98) 8:43.48 (2/1/13) 8:36.49 (1/18/08) 8:36.49 (1/18/08) Erik Vendt Sebastien Rouault Martin Grodzki Chad La Tourette Martin Grodzki Southern Cal Georgia Georgia Stanford Georgia 14:37.48 (3/30/02) 14:35.47 (2006) 14:24.08 (3/24/12) 14:24.35 (3/24/12) 14:24.08 (3/24/12) Peter Marshall Ryan Lochte Ryan Lochte Matthew Grevers Matthew Grevers Stanford Florida Florida Tucson Ford Tucson Ford 45.54 (3/29/02) 45.19 (2005) 44.60r (3/24/06) 44.55 (11/30/12) 44.55 (11/30/12) Markus Rogan Ryan Lochte Tyler Clary Ryan Lochte Ryan Lochte Stanford Florida Michigan Florida Florida 1:41.14 (3/30/02) 1:38.29 (2005) 1:37.58 (3/28/09) 1:36.81 (12/1/07) 1:36.81 (12/1/07) Jeremy Linn Jeremy Linn Kevin Cordes Kevin Cordes Kevin Cordes Tennessee Tennessee Arizona Arizona Arizona 51.86 (2/21/97) 51.86 (1997) 50.74 (3/29/13) 50.74 (3/29/13) 50.74 (3/29/13) Brendan Hansen Neil Versfeld Kevin Cordes Kevin Cordes Kevin Cordes Texas Georgia Arizona Arizona Arizona 1:52.88 (3/30/02) 1:52:07 (2009) 1:48.68 (3/30/13) 1:48.68 (3/30/13) 1:48.68 (3/30/13) Ian Crocker Matt Targett Austin Staab Austin Staab Austin Staab Texas Auburn Stanford Stanford Stanford 45.44 (3/29/02) 45.02 (2009) 44.18 (3/27/09) 44.18 (3/27/09)) 44.18 (3/27/09) Mark Dylla Mark Dylla Thomas Shields M. Phelps/T. Shields M. Phelps/T. Shields Georgia Georgia California Club Wolverine/California Club Wolverine/California 1:41.46 (12/07/08) 1:41.35 (2011) 1:39.65 (3/30/13) 1:39.65 (3/7/10) (3/30/13) 1:39.65 (3/7/10) (3/30/13) George Bovell Ryan Lochte Brandon Ally Ryan Lochte Ryan Lochte Auburn Florida Florida Florida Florida 1:43.73 (2/28/04) 1:41.76 (2005) 1:40.49 (3/26/09) 1:40.08 (11/29/07) 1:40.08 (11/29/07) Erik Vendt Conor Dwyer Tyler Clary Tyler Clary Tyler Clary Southern Cal Florida Michigan Michigan Michigan 3:40.65 (3/29/02) 3:37.75 (2011) 3:35.98 (3/27/09) 3:35.98 (3/27/09) 3:35.98 (3/27/09) Bovell, Wochomurka Andkjaer, Targett, Andkjaer, Louw, Coville, Staab, Andkjaer, Louw, Gibb, Bousquet Norys, Louw Norys, Targett Allen, Wayne Norys, Targett Auburn Auburn Auburn Stanford Auburn 1:16.09 (2/28/04) 1:15.47 (2009) 1:14.08 (3/26/09) 1:15.26 (3/24/11) 1:14.08 (3/26/09) Draganja, Ervin, Andkjaer, Louw, Andkjaer, Louw, Feigen, Berens, Andkjaer, Louw, Macedo, Ohlin Norys, Targett Norys, Targett Jameson, Walters Norys, Targett California Auburn Auburn Texas Auburn 2:50.01 (3/30/02) 2:46.03 (2009) 2:46.03 (2/21/09) 2:47.02 (3/28/09) 2:46.03 (2/21/09) S. Fraser, B. Fraser, Dwyer, Fraser, Walters, Berens, Walters, Berens, Walters, Berens Rousseau, Dwyer Gercsak, Rousseau Jostes, Klueh Jostes, Klueh Jostes, Klueh Florida Florida Texas Texas Texas 6:15.91 (2010) 6:13.74 (2011) 6:10.16 (3/27/09) 6:10.16 (3/27/09) 6:10.16 (3/27/09)

Rodriguez, Fink, Wochomurka, Gangloff White, Silva, M. Ortiz, B. Ortiz, Cox, Hoyt, M. Ortiz, B. Ortiz, Reynolds, Ellis Bousquet, Gibb Targett, Andjkaer Fletcher, Turk Shields, Stubblefield Fletcher, Turk 1:25.75 (2/19/13) Auburn Auburn Michigan California Michigan 1:25.40 (2/27/04) 1:23.69 (2009) 1:22.27 (3/29/13) 1:23.17 (3/29/13) 1:22.27 (3/29/13) 400y MEDLEY Spooner,Versfeld Marshall, Bruce, Wollach, Klein, Wollach, Klein, Godsoe, Kornfeld, Wollach, Klein, RELAY Dylla, Arnold Westcott, Bal Madson, Targett McGill, Targett Staab, Coville McGill, Targett 3:08.46 (3/26/09) Stanford Auburn Auburn Stanford Auburn 3:06.81 (3/28/02) 3:04.58 (2009) 3:01.39 (3/26/09) 3:01.91 (3/26/09) 3:01.39 (3/26/09) 1-meter DIVING (6) Chris Colwill Chris Colwill — — — — Dual/Invitational 440.20 (2/2/08) Georgia 434.85 (12/1/07) 1-meter DIVING (6) Chris Colwill Troy Dumais Chris Colwill Drew Livingston — — Championship 441.05 (2/16/06) Texas Georgia Texas 390.35 (2002) 441.05 (2006) 442.70 (3/26/09) 3-meter DIVING (6) Chris Colwill Chris Colwill — — — — Dual/Invitational 492.90 (1/26/08) Georgia 492.90 (1/26/08) 3-meter DIVING (6) Chris Colwill — Chris Colwill David Boudia — — Championship 460.95 (3/24/06) Georgia Purdue 454.40 (2006) 493.10 (3/27/09) PLATFORM (6) Chris Colwill Chris Colwill — — — — Dual/Invitational 380.70 (1/8/06) Georgia 380.70 (1/8/06)

200y MEDLEY RELAY

PLATFORM (6) Chris Colwill — Championship 460.60 (2/29/08)

Steve Segerlin Auburn 452.80 (2007)

David Boudia Purdue 530.45 (3/28/09)

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Georgia’s All-Americans Rank Name 1. Mary DeScenza Kara Lynn Joyce Courtney Shealy Stefanie Williams 5. Maritza Correia Megan Romano 7. Lisa Coole 8. Kristy Kowal 9. Morgan Scroggy 10. Paige Wilson Allison Schmitt 12. Heather Blackmon 13. Sarah Poewe Keegan Walkley Chelsea Nauta Ashley Roby 17. Neka Mabry 18. Liesl Pimentel Beth Timmons Kelly McNichols Aleksandra Putra 22. Amanda Adkins Paige Kearns Julie Hardt Sheila Taormina Karla Mosdell Shannon Vreeland 28. Julie Varozza Jessica Cole Kathy Coffin 31. Alison Orr Annika Nilsson Melanie Margalis 34. Beth Cuddeback Samantha Arsenault Anna Miller Michelle McKeehan Malin Gustavsson Sonja Leiter Jennifer Ritins 41. Anne-Marie Botek Christine Keller Claire Maust Jody Stetson Kristen Shickora 46. Wendy Trott Laura Conway Tricia Harm Carol Downey Jamie Skinner 51. Amanda Weir Elizabeth Hill Katie Yevak Lindsey Ertter Pia Westeson Lisa Geiger Linda Leith Amber McDermott 59. Ann Fitzgerald Jana Mangimelli Megan Bresnahan Christine Stephenson Melissa Klein Kalli Quinn Lauren Harrington 66. Kim Black Sarah Miller Susan Andra Andrea Georoff Karen Hill Kara Manglitz Laura Adams Mary Jane Billheimer Karen Guilkey Hannah Moore Virginia Diederich Susan Suwalski

Seasons 2003-04-05-06 2004-05-06-07 1997-98-99-00 1999-00-01-02 2000-01-02-03 2010-11-12-13 1994-95-96-97 1997-98-99-00 2008-09-10-11 1990-91-92-93 2009-10-11-13 1993-94-95-96 2003-04-05-06 1998-99-00-01 2008-09-10-11 1999-00-01-02 2001-02-03-04 1995-96-97-98 1997-98-99 2007-08-09 2006-07-08-09 1996-97-98-99 2002-03-04-05 2001-02-03-04 1988-89-90-91 1987-88-89-90 2011-12-13 1996-97-98-99 2006-07-08 1986-87 1981-82 1991-92-93-94 2011-12-13 1981-82-83 2003-04-05 2005-06-07-08 2009-10-11-12 1990-91-92 1991-92-93-94 1986-87-88-89 2007-08-09-10 1999-00-01-02 2005-06-07 1981-82-84 2009-11-12 2009-10-11-12 2004-05-06 2004-05-06 1981-82-83 1998-99-00-01 2005 2005-06-08 2002-04-05 2002-03-04-05 1991-92-93-94 1983-84-85-86 1985-86-87-88 2012-13 1982 2010-11-12 1984-85 1992-93-94 2004-05-07 1987-88-89 2012-13 2000-01 1996-97-99 1985-86-87 2004-05 1987-88 1995-97-98 1992-93 1982 2006-07 2008-09-10-11 1984-85-86 1988-89

AA 27 27 26 24 25 24 19 22 23 8 19 11 15 13 12 12 13 13 12 9 8 12 11 8 4 2 11 11 9 8 9 5 7 9 7 7 4 2 2 2 8 6 5 5 3 8 7 6 5 4 6 5 5 4 2 1 1 5 3 3 2 2 1 1 2 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 0 0

HM Total 1 28 1 28 2 28 4 28 2 27 3 27 7 26 2 24 0 23 13 21 2 21 8 19 1 16 3 16 4 16 4 16 2 15 1 14 2 14 5 14 6 14 1 13 2 13 5 13 9 13 11 13 2 13 1 12 3 12 4 12 2 11 6 11 4 11 1 10 3 10 3 10 6 10 8 10 8 10 8 10 1 9 3 9 4 9 4 9 6 9 0 8 1 8 2 8 3 8 4 8 1 7 2 7 2 7 3 7 5 7 6 7 6 7 2 7 3 6 3 6 4 6 4 6 5 6 5 6 4 6 1 5 1 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 3 5 3 5 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 5

Maddie Locus 2012-13 2 3 5 Chantal Van Landeghem 2013 3 2 5 Kelsey Gaid 2011-12-13 1 4 5 81. Melissa Bateman 1996-97-99 4 0 4 Lauren Gettel 2003 4 0 4 Katie Permenter 1999-00-01 4 0 4 Courtney Monsees 2008-09-10 4 0 4 Lisa Caprioglio 2009-10 3 1 4 Jennifer Mihalik 2000 3 1 4 Erika Hansen 1989 2 2 4 Annie Broome 2008-09-10 1 3 4 Deanne Burnett 1986-87-88 1 3 4 Mary Lubawski 1985-86-87 1 3 4 Libba Newman 1982 1 3 4 Jordan Mattern 2012-13 1 3 4 Brittany MacLean 2013 2 2 4 94. Andrea Morrison 1992-95 3 0 3 Barbie Sumner 1982 3 0 3 Kelly Frazer 1996-97 2 1 3 Danielle Kennedy 1993-95 2 1 3 Peggy Rothenbach 1987-88-90 2 1 3 Stephanie Carr 2005-06 0 3 3 Haley Chura 2004-05-06 0 3 3 Kathleen Doolan 1984-85-86 0 3 3 Allyson Farquhar 1982 0 3 3 Ann Martin 1989 0 3 3 Nicole Schrader 1998-00 0 3 3 Laura Thomas 1984-85 0 3 3 Jessica Graber 2011-12-13 2 1 3 Annie Zhu 2013 1 2 3 108. Helena Aberg 1991 2 0 2 Ashley Whitney 1999 2 0 2 Becky Wilson 2000 2 0 2 Tammy Crystal 1999 1 1 2 Kelsey Ditto 2008 1 1 2 Susan Henderson 1985-86 1 1 2 Sara Nicponski 2011 1 1 2 Tanya Philbeck 1992 1 1 2 Caroline Woodcock 1991 1 1 2 Lee Ann Fletcher 1989-90 0 2 2 Mhyria Miller 2009 0 2 2 Buffy Nelson 1994 0 2 2 Lisa Ryan 1989 0 2 2 Maggie West 1990 0 2 2 Laura Ryan 2013 1 1 2 Hali Flickinger 2013 0 2 2 124. Angela Brekke 1987 1 0 1 Colleen Haase 2009 1 0 1 Judy Jaeger 1981 1 0 1 Jessica Knapp 1995 1 0 1 Emily Montesinos 2011 1 0 1 Leslie Place 1996 1 0 1 Julie Weaver 1995 1 0 1 Melissa Bartlett 2000 0 1 1 Kerry Bentzlin 1984 0 1 1 Stephanie Buck 2000 0 1 1 Margarita Cabrera 1988 0 1 1 Gretchen Corliss 2006 0 1 1 Susanne Dahlstrom 1984 0 1 1 Lauren English 2011 0 1 1 Missy Faucette 1998 0 1 1 Morgan Fleming 2000 0 1 1 Beth Grams 2006 0 1 1 Annie Jones 1986 0 1 1 Lauren King 2001 0 1 1 Erica Malagón 2009 0 1 1 Karen McIntyre 1985 0 1 1 Megan Molnar 2012 0 1 1 Rachel Myco 2004 0 1 1 Karen Rake 1998 0 1 1 Jenny Rogers 1996 0 1 1 Linn Thorburn 2001 0 1 1 Heidi Walker 1992 0 1 1 Laura Walker 1982 0 1 1 Shannon O’Malley 2013 0 1 1 Totals: 152 athletes 690 375 1,065 AA=All-America awards; HM=Honorable Mention awards

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Georgia’s All-Americans Rank Name 1. Robert Brewer 2 Mark Dylla 3. Kris Babylon John Stratman 5. Robert Margalis Michael Norment Marc Lindsay 8. Peter Verhoef 9. Sebastien Rouault Heath Edwards Gil Stovall 12. Chris Colwill Atiba Wade 14. Kyle Salyards Beau Wiebel Jason Gagnon Scott Gardner 18. James Griffin 19. Troyden Prinsloo Matt Buck Jud Campbell Bill Cregar Matt Bartlett 24. Peter Benner Nicolas Fink Martin Grodzki 27. Neil Versfeld Nathan Bibliowicz Matt Brado Hakan Karlsson 31. Reid Patterson Nicolas Kintz Michael Arnold Peter Osborn Mats Rasmusson Doug Reynolds 37. Allan Murray Paul McQuaid Chris Murray Andrew Gemmell 41. Matthew Owen Matt Booth Craig Jennings Martin Kata Josh Laban Chris Read Gabe Vazquez Matias Koski 49. Todd Avery Barry Wynn Curt Barnes Lester Carrodeguas Kevin Frankenfeld Cameron Hollinger Randy Lam Jonathan Schmidt Chris Spooner Will Freeman Jameson Hill Chase Kalisz 61. Charles Guyer Genya Gouzeev Andrew Mahaney Peter O’Sullivan

Seasons AA HM Total 1993-94-97-98 5 16 21 2008-09-10-11 4 14 18 1996-97-98 8 9 17 1996-97-98-00 3 14 17 2002-03-04-05 11 5 16 1994-95-97-98 8 8 16 1999-00-01-02 4 12 16 2003-04-05-06 0 15 15 2005-06-07-08 9 4 13 1995-96-97-00 5 8 13 2005-06-07-8 2 11 13 2004-05-06-08 11 1 12 1996-97-99 1 11 12 2001-02-03-04 5 6 11 1997-98-99-00 5 6 11 1999-00-02 1 10 11 2002-03-04-05 0 11 11 1998-99-00 0 10 10 2008-09-10 5 4 9 1996-97-98 4 5 9 1998-99-00-01 3 6 9 2008-09-10-11 3 6 9 2010-11 0 9 9 2009-10-11-12 2 6 8 2012-13 2 6 8 2010-11-12-13 5 3 8 2006-07-09 3 4 7 2006-07-08 1 6 7 2002-03 0 7 7 1992-93-94 0 7 7 1952-53-54 6 0 6 1999-02 1 5 6 2009-10, 12 0 6 6 2002-03-04-05 0 6 6 1992-93-94 0 6 6 2012-13 1 5 6 1992-93 1 4 5 1992-93-94 0 5 5 1999-00 0 5 5 2010-12-13 2 3 5 2003-04-05-06 1 3 4 1994-95-96 0 4 4 2009-10 0 4 4 2010 0 4 4 2004-05 0 4 4 1998-00 0 4 4 1993-94-95 0 4 4 2013 2 2 4 2003-04 1 2 3 1993-97 1 2 3 1989-90 0 3 3 1988-89 0 3 3 2010 0 3 3 2005-07 0 3 3 2001-02-03 0 3 3 2005 0 3 3 2008-09 0 3 3 2011-12-13 0 3 3 2011-13 0 3 3 2013 1 2 3 1951-52 2 0 2 2006-07 1 1 2 2002 1 1 2 1989-90 1 1 2

Damian Alleyne 2003 0 2 2 Andy DeVooght 1995 0 2 2 Alex Greenberg 1998-99 0 2 2 Jamie Gyde 1994 0 2 2 Tim Herwig 1993-94 0 2 2 Reeve Irvin 1998-00 0 2 2 Ashley Oliver 2008 0 2 2 Matt Ellis 2013 0 2 2 Ty Stewart 2013 0 2 0 74. Charles Cooper 1952 1 0 1 Kris Daugherty 2003 1 0 1 Yoav Gath 1999 1 0 1 Hal Stolz 1955 1 0 1 Bill Volk 1950 1 0 1 Dick Bryant 1967 0 1 1 Michael Cellini 2007 0 1 1 Carlton DeVooght 1993 0 1 1 Danny Garteiz 1965 0 1 1 Vince Giambalvo 1993 0 1 1 Will Giambalvo 1989 0 1 1 Trey Hart 1998 0 1 1 Brady Head 1993 0 1 1 Gabe Lindsey 1999 0 1 1 Jared Markham 2012 0 1 1 Todd McGraw 2009 0 1 1 Steve Mortimer 1992 0 1 1 Vicktor Olsson 1989 0 1 1 Chad Patterson 1993 0 1 1 Joe Redmon 2007 0 1 1 Brian Scannell 2002 0 1 1 Joe Smutz 2007 0 1 1 Chris Thompson 2010 0 1 1 Anival Rodriguez 2013 0 1 1 Totals 97 athletes 137 387 524 AA=All-America awards; HM=Honorable Mention awards All-Americans Mark Dylla (left) and Matt Bartlett

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Georgia’s 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 21st 1950-51.........B.W. Gabrielsen........................ 8-2 1st 1951-52.........B.W. Gabrielsen.......................8-3-1 1st 9th 1952-53.........B.W. Gabrielsen........................ 6-3 2nd 1953-54.........B.W. Gabrielsen.......................3-5-1 2nd t8th 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 31st 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 1987-88.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-2 6th 41st 1988-89.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-3 6th 26th 1989-90.........Jack Bauerle............................... 3-5 6th 30th 1990-91.........Jack Bauerle............................... 5-6 5th 1991-92.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-2 2nd 32nd 1992-93.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-2 4th 15th 1993-94.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-3 5th 16th 1994-95.........Jack Bauerle............................... 6-3 6th 16th 1995-96.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-2 4th 11th 1996-97.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-1 3rd 3rd 1997-98.........Jack Bauerle.............................. 10-0 2nd 7th 1998-99.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-1 3rd 9th 1999-00.........Jack Bauerle............................... 6-1 4th 15th 2000-01.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-3 4th 15th 2001-02.........Jack Bauerle............................... 3-5 3rd 10th 2002-03.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-2 3rd 14th 2003-04.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-2 3rd 10th 2004-05.........Jack Bauerle............................... 5-4 3rd 10th 2005-06.........Jack Bauerle................................7-3 3rd 9th 2006-07.........Jack Bauerle.............................. 12-1 3rd 13th 2007-08.........Jack Bauerle............................... 6-2 4th 7th 2008-09.........Jack Bauerle............................... 5-4 4th 10th 2009-10.........Jack Bauerle............................... 4-4 3rd 8th 2010-11.........Jack Bauerle............................... 6-4 4th 10th 2011-12.........Jack Bauerle..............................6-2-1 3rd 11th 2012-13.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-3 3rd 10th

More than eight 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 41-36 dual meet record and most importantly, a foundation for decades to come. Bulldog legends C.W. Jones, Georgia’s first swim coach (left), Daily life was pictured with Bill Hartman and Wallace Butts. greatly interrupted by World War II, and Jones’ commitment to 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 freeB.W. Gabrielsen (left) with Bulldog Olympian Reid Patterson.

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Georgia’s Program History style during the 1953 championships and won eight SEC titles (seven WOMEN’S ALL-TIME individual and one relay) in his three seasons with the Bulldogs. SEASON RECORDS Patterson’s career was highlighted during his senior Year............ Coach................................Record SEC AIAW season when he broke the 1973-77.........Martha Washington..................n/a American record in the 100 1977-79.........Joe McEvoy.............................. 11-10 free with a mark of 51.0. As 1979-80.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-1 1980-81.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-2 5th Georgia’s first Olympian in 1981-82.........Jack Bauerle..............................7-1-1 5th 9th swimming competition, Pat NCAA terson was inducted into the 1982-83.........Jack Bauerle. . ............................. 4-3 5th 22nd Georgia Sports Hall of Fame 1983-84.........Jack Bauerle............................... 6-2 4th 17th in 1983. 1984-85.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-3 4th 13th Following Gabrielsen’s 1985-86.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-0 2nd 9th retirement, Richard “Moose” 1986-87.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-1 2nd 6th Wammock coached the 1987-88.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-1 3rd 14th 1967 team, finishing sec1988-89.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-1 3rd 10th ond in the SEC and 31st in 1989-90.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-2 4th 13th the NCAA. Alan Gentry, a 1990-91.........Jack Bauerle.............................. 10-2 2nd 8th 1991-92.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-1 3rd 9th Bulldog letterwinner in 1955, 1992-93.........Jack Bauerle............................... 7-1 3rd 12th led the Bulldogs for a three-year 1993-94.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-1 4th 15th stint (1968-70), producing one SEC 1994-95.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-1 5th 6th champion and setting 15 school 1995-96.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-1 2nd 5th records in one season. 1996-97.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-0 1st 5th The women’s swimming 1997-98.........Jack Bauerle............................... 9-0 1st 3rd program was established in 1974, 1998-99.........Jack Bauerle............................... 8-1 1st 1st when, under similar circumstances 1999-00........Jack Bauerle.............................6-0 1st 1st to the men’s beginnings, a group 2000-01........Jack Bauerle........................... 10-0 1st 1st of women approached Martha 2001-02........Jack Bauerle.............................4-3 2nd 2nd Washington and then-Associate 2002-03........Jack Bauerle........................... 11-1 3rd 2nd Athletic Director Liz Murphey. 2003-04........Jack Bauerle........................... 11-0 2nd 2nd 2004-05........Jack Bauerle.............................9-0 2nd 1st The women’s team met with al2005-06........Jack Bauerle........................... 11-0 1st 2nd most immediate success, qualifying 2006-07........Jack Bauerle........................... 10-1 2nd 5th one relay team and one individual 2007-08........Jack Bauerle........................... 12-0 3rd 7th (Veronica Stroup) for the AIAW 2008-09........Jack Bauerle.............................9-0 3rd 2nd National Championships during its 2009-10........Jack Bauerle.............................8-1 1st 5th first year. Stroup went on to win Kristy Kowal (top) and Lisa Coole were 2010-11........Jack Bauerle........................... 10-0 1st 2nd the Lady Bulldogs’ first All-America two of Georgia’s all-time greats – both in 2011-12........Jack Bauerle.............................8-1 1st 2nd and out of the pool. honors, led by the coaching exper2012-13........Jack Bauerle........................... 10-1 1st 1st tise of Washington. Washington stepped down as women’s head coach in 1977 and was replaced by MEN’S SEC FINISHES Joe McEvoy who held the position for two seasons. Place Times Years Pete Scholle led the men’s team from 1971-1982. His teams compiled a 1st 3 1951-52-55 dual meet record of 97-53. 2nd 16 1938-39-49-50-53-54-56-57-58 59-60-61-62-67-92-98 Jack Bauerle, a four-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs took over coaching 3rd 17 1940-42-48-63-65-66-97-99-02duties for the women in 1979 and for the men in 1983. During the 1980s, 03-04-05-06-07-10-12-13 4th 11 1937-41-64-68-76-96-00-01-08-09-11 Bauerle returned Georgia swimming into the national spotlight it had enjoyed 5th 11 1969-73-74-77-80-81-82-84-85-91-94 in the 1950s. With such firm foundations, Georgia entered the 1990s, and both 6th 9 1975-78-79-86-87-88-89-90-95 men’s and women’s teams greeted success in stride. 7th 4 1970-71-72-83 (First Meet—1937; no meet held 1943-47) The men’s team peaked in 1997 with a third-place finish at the NCAAs, while the women’s program claimed three national championships in 1999, WOMEN’S SEC FINISHES 2000, 2001, 2005 and 2013. The Lady Bulldogs won five SEC titles from 1997Place Times Years 2001 and added conference crowns in 2006, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. 1st 10 1997-98-99-00-01-06-10-11-12-13 2nd 7 1986-87-91-96-02-04-05 The Lady Bulldogs became the first Georgia program in history to win three 3rd 7 1988-89-92-93-03-08-09 straight national crowns and the first women’s team to capture five straight 4th 4 1984-85-90-94 league titles. Last season, the Lady Bulldogs won the national title and the Bull5th 5 1981-82-83-95-07 (First Meet—1981) dogs came in 10th.

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Academic Excellence NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR Awarded annually by the NCAA to the nation’s top female student-athlete, 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 student-athlete. 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. 2012............................................................................ Wendy Trott 2011.................................................. Chelsea Nauta, Mark Dylla 2010.........................................Lisa Caprioglio, Hunter Lainhart 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 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. 2012............................................................................ Wendy Trott 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. 2011.................................................. Chelsea Nauta, Mark Dylla 2010......................................................................Hunter Lainhart 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 CAPITAL ONE/COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA AT LARGE 2013................................................Andrew Gemmell, 2nd Team Shannon Vreeland, 3rd Team 2012.......................................................... Wendy Trott, 1st Team 2011.......................................................... Wendy Trott, 1st Team Mark Dylla, Bill Cregar, 2nd Team 2010...................................................... Lisa Caprioglio, 1st Team

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 COLLEGE SWIM COACHES OF AMERICA ASSOCIATION SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA TEAM 2013..................Ann-Perry Blank, Hali Flickinger, Kelsey Gaid, Maddie Locus, Melanie Margalis, Jordan Mattern, Shannon O’Malley, Courtney Peters, Laura Ryan, Chantal Van Landeghem, Shannon Vreeland, Anna Neumeister, Kelly Thatcher, Nicolas Fink, Will Freeman, Andrew Gemmell, Ty Stewart, Derek Onken 2012..... Lauren Harrington, Maddie Locus, Melanie Margalis, Jordan Mattern, Michelle McKeehan, Wendy Trott, Shannon Vreeland, Olivia Boggs, Sommers Creed, Meghan Faulkner, Erica Malagón, Anna Neumeister, Darcie O’Brien, Shannon O’Malley, Michael Arnold, Nicolas Fink, Will Freeman, Andrew Gemmell, Jared Markham, Brett Roberson 2011.......... Kelsey Gaid, Michelle McKeehan, Hannah Moore, Chelsea Nauta, Wendy Trott, Shannon Vreeland, Will Freeman, Mark Dylla, Bill Cregar, Matt Bartlett 2010...... Matt Bartlett, Peter Benner, Bill Cregar, Mark Dylla, Andrew Gemmell, Abbie Fish, Lauren English, Erica Malagón, Lauren Cartwright, Michelle McKeehan, Hannah Moore, Chelsea Nauta, Wendy Trott 2009............ Anne-Marie Botek, Lisa Capriolgio, Jessica Cole, Kelsey Ditto, Mark Dylla, Abbie Fish, Hunter Lainhart, Erica Malagón, 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, 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 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. 2012.................................................Wendy Trott, Erica Malagón 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. 2013.......................................................................... Maddie Locus 2012...................................................................Andrew Gemmell 2011............................................................................ Wendy Trott 2010.......................................................................... Erica Malagón 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

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2013-2014 Georgia Swimming & Diving

The 2013-2014 Lady Bulldogs – Front Row (L to R): Rachel Zilinskas, Elizabeth Ann Kirkland, Hali Flickinger, Annie Zhu, Haley Goodman, Emily Cameron, Kimberlee John-Williams, Anna Kolanowski and Olivia Smoliga. Middle Row (L to R): Kelly Thatcher, Lauren Harrington, Anna Neumeister, Jordan Mattern, Amber McDermott, Chantal Van Landeghem, Shannon O’Malley, Olivia Boggs, Darcie O’Brien and Brittany MacLean. Back Row (L to R): Ansley Long, Maddie Locus, Courtney Peters, Nicole Vernon, Shannon Vreeland, Jessica Graber, Melanie Margalis, Laura Ryan and Ann-Perry Blank.

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The 2013-2014 Bulldogs – Front Row (L to R): John Mattern, Yousef Alaskari, Michael Trice, Chris Powell, Taylor Dale, Pace Clark, Aidan Sweeney, Garrett Powell and Walker Wheeler. Middle Row (L to R):John Simmons, Matias Koski, Nick Salyers, Ty Stewart, Bobby Chambless, Chase Kalisz, Jared Markham, Anival Rodriguez and Spencer Madanay. Back Row (L to R): Alec Cohen, Conor Sweeney, Andrew Gemmell, Nicolas Fink, Jameson Hill, Doug Reynolds, Christian Riess, Derek Onken and Will Freeman.


2013-14 Schedule Date Sept. 25, 2013 Oct. 4-5, 2013 Oct. 5, 2013 Oct. 15, 2013 Oct. 18, 2013 Nov. 1, 2013 Nov. 15, 2013 Nov. 22-24, 2013 Jan. 3-5, 2014 Jan. 4, 2014 Jan. 10, 2014 Jan. 11, 2014 Jan. 25, 2014 Feb. 1, 2014 Feb. 18-22, 2014 March 1-2, 2014 March 10-12, 2014 March 20-22, 2014 March 27-29, 2014

Meet Kentucky Wisconsin (swimming only) Wisconsin (swimming only) Georgia Tech LSU Florida Emory Auburn Fall Invitational Georgia Diving Invitational North Carolina State Texas A&M Texas Tennessee Alabama SEC Championships Bulldog Last Chance Meet NCAA Zone Diving NCAA Championships (women) NCAA Championships (men)

Site Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Baton Rouge, La. Gainesville, Fla. Athens, Ga. Auburn, Ala. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. College Station, Texas Austin, Texas Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Greensboro, N.C. Minneapolis, Minn. Austin, Texas

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2014 Georgia Swimming and Diving Media Guide  

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