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2015-16 QUICK FACTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1-6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PENN STATE SWIMMING AND DIVING 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Table of Contents/Quick Facts 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roster/Schedule 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Head Coach Tim Murphy 4 . . . . . . . . . . Diving Coach Dennis Ceppa/Asst. Coach Steve Barnes 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistant Coaches Doak Finch & Kaitlyn Ferguson 6 . . . Assistant Coach Matt Hurst/Vol. Assistant Coach Amanda Burke

7-19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MEET THE STUDENT-ATHLETES

GENERAL INFORMATION Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . University Park, Pa. Founded. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1855 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46,848 Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blue and White Conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Nickname. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nittany Lions President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric J. Barron Athletic Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandy Barbour Athletic Website. . . . . . . www.GoPSUsports.com

7-9............................................................................................Seniors Grillo, Knauss, Seiferth, Maurer 9-12.......................................................................................... Juniors Bantley, Grimm, Kwasnik, Schuehler, Stasiunas, 13-15............................................................................... Sophomores Ahlberg, Gross, Kantz, O’Neill, Scanlon, Skibniewski 16-19.................................................................................... Freshmen Bledsoe, Cassell, Crow, Dickson, Dikos, Fenstermacher, Garcia Boissier, Guenter, Lewis, Nunez, Om, Petrini, Zamir

COACHING STAFF Head Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim Murphy Third Season (West Chester, Pa. ’79) Record at Penn State. . . . . . . . . . Women: 15-3-0 Diving Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dennis Ceppa Third Season (College of New Jersey ’03) Assistant Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Barnes Third Season (Ithaca ’05) Assistant Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Doak Finch Third Season (Virginia ’00) Assistant Coach. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Matt Hurst First Season (Southern Connecticut State ’06)

20-44. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NITTANY LION HISTORY

TEAM INFORMATION Captains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jonathan Seiferth Twitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . @ PennStateSWIM Facebook. . . . . . . Penn State Swimming & Diving 2014-15 RECAP 2014-15 Dual Meet Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-3 2014-15 Big Ten Finish. . . . . . . . . . . 7th (232 pts) 2014-15 NCAA Finish. . . . . . . . . . . . 24th (27 pts) 2014-15 NCAA Qualifiers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS Men’s Swimming & Diving Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Brumbaugh Office Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-863-1377 Cell Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-441-9145 E-mail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mgb28@psu.edu Fax. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 814-863-3165 Address . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Bryce Jordan Center University Park, PA 16802

20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2014-15 Top Times 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Championship Review 22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Time Big Ten Champions 22-25. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Big Ten Championship History 26-29. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NCAA Championship History 30-32. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Penn State Records 33-35. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yearly Top Times 36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . School Record Chronology 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Big Ten/Academic Awards 38-39. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Team Awards & Honors 40-43. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . All-Time Results 44 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Program/Coaching History

STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION

CREDITS Content and Layout. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Brumbaugh Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve Love Executive Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tony Mancuso Photo Credits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mark Selders

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PENN STATE SWIMMING AND DIVING 2015-16 MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING ROSTER Name

Joseph Ahlberg Bob Bantley Nathaniel Bledsoe Gunther Cassell Jack Crow Robert Dickson Stergios Dikos Robert Fenstermacher Hector Garcia Boissier Matt Grillo Harrison Grimm David Gross Matthew Guenter Zach Kantz Logan Knauss Mike Kwasnik Rory Lewis Tim Maurer John Nunez Ryan O’Neill John Om Samuel Petrini Connor Scanlon Andrew Schuehler Jon Seiferth Michael Skibniewski Matt Stasiunas Tomer Zamir

Stroke(s)

Yr.

Hometown/High School

Back/Breast/IM Free Back/Breast/Fly/IM Breast/Free Diving Free/Back Free/Fly Free/Fly/IM Diving Free Free/Breast Freestyle Free Free Diving Breast Free/Fly Free/Back/IM Free/Fly Back/Free Fly/Breast/IM Breast/IM Diving Breast/IM Free/Fly Fly Free Fly/Back

So. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. Fr.

Glastonbury, Conn./Glastonbury Maple Glen, Pa./Upper Dublin Carmel, Ind./Carmel Long Island, N.Y./Huntington Bethesda, Md./Bethesda Chevy Chase Greenwich, N.J./Salesianum Mohnton, Pa./The Hill School DuBois, Pa./DuBois Area Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Sp/IES Politecnico Las Palmas Montreal, Quebec/John Rennie Fairview, Pa./Fairview Perryville, Md./Perryville Sinking Spring, Pa./West Lawn, Pa. Mount Bethel, Pa./Bangor Area Audubon, Pa./St. Joseph’s Preparatory Shelby Twp., Mich./Eisenhower Kensington, Md./Albert Einstein Hershey, Pa./Lower Dauphin Hackensack, N.J./Paramus Catholic Howell, N.J./Freehold Twp. Leonia, N.J./Bergen Catholic Bellevue, Wash./Sammamish Laurel, Md./Atholton Camden, N.J./Collingswood Allison Park, Pa./Hampton Monroe Twp., N.J./Monroe Twp. Avondale, Pa./Salesianum Gesher Haziv, Israel/Hof Asharon

Head Coach: Tim Murphy (Third Season) Diving Coach: Dennis Ceppa (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Steve Barnes (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Doak Finch (Third Season) Assistant Coach: Matt Hurst (First Season) Volunteer Assistant Coach: Amanda Burke (Third Season)

2015-16 MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING SCHEDULE October 2 at Georgia Tech/Liberty 3 at Emory 16 VIRGINIA TECH 31 at Michigan/Virginia

Atlanta, Ga. 5 p.m. Atlanta, Ga. 11 a.m. McCOY NATATORIUM 4 P.M. Ann Arbor, Mich. 3 p.m.

November 1 at Michigan/Virginia 13 PRINCETON/UCONN 14 PRINCETON/UCONN PRINCETON/UCONN

Ann Arbor, Mich. McCOY NATATORIUM McCOY NATATORIUM McCOY NATATORIUM

December 4-6 at Georgia Fall Invitational 4-6 at Big Al Invitational January 15 at Yale/Rutgers 16 at Yale/Rutgers 23 at Navy

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Athens, Ga. Princeton, N.J.

New Haven, Conn. New Haven, Conn. Annapolis, Md.

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February 6 VILLANOVA 25 Big Ten Championships * 26 Big Ten Championships * 27 Big Ten Championships * 21 LCM Time Trial 28 Last Chance Meet March 7 8 9 24 25 26

NCAA Zone A Diving Regional NCAA Zone A Diving Regional NCAA Zone A Diving Regional NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships

McCOY NATATORIUM TBA West Lafayette, Ind. 11:00 a.m. ET West Lafayette, Ind. 11:00 a.m. ET West Lafayette, Ind. 11:00 a.m. ET West Lafayette, Ind. TBA TBA TBA

Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.

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HEAD COACH TIM MURPHY Ten Championships. Ryan paced the men’s team, claiming gold in the 100 freestyle and 100 backstroke to earn the title of Swimmer of the Big Ten Championships. Ackman and senior Mackenzie Powers led the charge for the women with each taking home gold in one individual event and combining for five podium appearances.

Tim

MURPHY Third Season Head Coach West Chester (Pa.) ’79

Tim Murphy is in his third season as the head coach of the Nittany Lion men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs in the 2015-16 season. Penn State continued to see success under Murphy’s guidance in his second season at the helm in 2014-15. On the men’s side, Nate Savoy concluded his Nittany Lion with a pair of honorable mention All-America honors, while Shane Ryan claimed first-team All-America honors and a Big Ten Championship. On the women’s side, the 800 freestyle relay team garnered first-team All-America honors, and Alyson Ackman and Carolyn Fittin garnered a combined three honorable mention AllAmerican honors to lead the women to their second-straight top-20 finish under Murphy. Out of the pool, the women’s team posted the 10th-highest GPA in Division I last semester to earn recognition as a College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Scholar All-America team for the fourth consecutive year, and had five student-athletes recognized individually as CSCAA Scholar All-Americans and another nine earn honorable mentions. Only Georgia (11 All-Americans, 4 honorable mentions) and Minnesota (10 All-Americans, 5 honorable mentions) had more honorees with 15 each, while Boise State tied PSU with 14 (2 All-Americans, 12 honorable mentions). The Nittany Lion men also earned CSCAA Scholar All-America Team honors and had four individual honorable mentions. In his first season, Murphy led both the men’s and women’s programs to top-20 finishes at the 2014 NCAA Championships and top-five finishes at the Big Ten Championships, marking one of the most successful seasons in school history for either program. A total of 20 Penn State program records were broken throughout the season, including nine for the men’s team and 11 for the women’s squad. Penn State sent 19 swimmers to the 2014 NCAA Championships, where the Nittany Lion men placed 17th and the women finished 18th. Of the seven men and 12 women who competed at the national meet, 12 received College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) honorable mention All-America recognition while sophomores Shane Ryan and Alyson Ackman claimed first team All-America accolades for their efforts. With Ryan and Ackman both earning first team laurels, Penn State has now had at least one member from each squad on the first team on three occasions (2002, 1994). The men’s 17th place finish at the National Championships counts as the fifth best in program history while the squad’s total of 72.5 points is the second most by any Nittany Lion team. With their 42-point, 18th place performance, the women’s team turned in the fifth most points and fourth highest finish in school history. The Blue and White also saw great success at the conference level, placing fifth on the men’s side and third on the women’s side at the Big 15 INDIVIDUAL BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

The Nittany Lions excelled in the classroom as well. Fourteen women, a program record, and four men collected CSCAA of Scholar AllAmerican honors, and 13 men and 16 women earned Academic AllBig Ten accolades. Murphy came to Penn State on August 12, 2013 after spending the previous 15 seasons as Harvard’s men’s head coach. He is the seventh coach in men’s history and the fifth coach for the women’s program. During his time with the Crimson, Murphy compiled a 122-11 dual meet record and captured six Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League titles. He posted seven undefeated dual meet seasons and brought three Top 20 recruiting classes to Cambridge, Mass. during his final three seasons. His 2012-13 recruits were ranked as the nation’s No. 10 recruiting class by CollegeSwimming.com. Murphy’s swimmers own 13 Harvard school records, four of the five relays marks and own almost 80 percent of the Top 10 marks in Crimson history. He has seen seven of his student-athletes earn Academic All-Ivy League and his 2006 squad earned the College Swimming Coaches Association of American Academic Team Award. Eighteen different student-athletes have earned All-America honors on 72 occasions, with 14 of those swimmers garnering first team AllAmerican honors 44 times. Murphy watched as his contingent brought home 97 individual league championships and 31 relay titles, winning at least five individual or relay championships on 13 occasions. During his tenure, the Crimson won at least 10 individual/relay titles at six league championships. He has seen 63 swimmers or divers earn first team All-Ivy League on 251 different occasions, along with numerous second team All-Ivy League picks. Alex Meyer finished 10th at the 2012 Olympic Games in the 10K Marathon event and is an Open Water World Champion in the 25K event. Murphy was appointed as the head Olympic coach for the men’s open water team at the 2012 Olympic Games and serves on the OIOC committee for USA Swimming. He has placed athletes on Olympic, World University, Pan-Pacific and Pan-American teams, including Meyer, who was named the 2011 Fran Crippen Memorial Male Open Water Swimmer of the Year by USA Swimming. Murphy, who served as an assistant men’s coach at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia, also worked as an assistant at the 2001 World University Games in Beijing and at the 1993 World Short Course Championships. He was also a member of the Open Water Staff at the 1998 World Championships in Australia. Before his arrival at Harvard, Murphy spent 13 years as the head coach of the nationally renowned Wilton YMCA Wahoos in Wilton, Conn. He led the Wahoos to seven national championships and was named the YMCA National Coach of the Year in 1989. Murphy also garnered Connecticut Swimming Coaches Association Coach of the Year honors in 1988 and 1998. Murphy graduated from West Chester (Pa.) University in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from. He also earned his master’s degree in physical education from West Chester in 1988. Murphy was inducted into the West Chester Hall of Fame in 2012.

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DIVING COACH AND ASSISTANT COACH

Dennis

Steve

Third Season Diving Coach

Third Season Assistant Coach

CEPPA College of New Jersey ’03 Dennis Ceppa is in his third season at Penn State as the head diving coach. Last season, Ceppa helped guide T.J. Schenkel to a pair of top 15 finishes at the NCAA Zone Diving Regionals. In the summer, he served as an assistant coach for the USA Diving team at the 2015 Pan-American games, working with Zac Nees. Nees earned a bronze medal in synchronized diving. In August 2014, Penn State volunteer assistant diving coach Amanda Burke, who is trained by Ceppa, took gold in the synchronized three-meter competition at the AT&T USA Diving National Championships. Ceppa also worked with Nees, who took first place at the national championships as well. With two divers qualified to compete in all springboard events at the Pan American Sports Festival in Mexico City, Mexico from Sept. 23-Oct. 1, Ceppa was chosen to coach Team USA at the festival. Team USA places coaches based on which one has the largest number of athletes or events represented in a competition. He spent the previous three years at George Mason University. With the Patriots, Ceppa earned Colonial Athletic Association Diving Coach of the Year honors twice in just three seasons. GMU captured four conference titles and had two divers earn the CAA Diver of the Year award. In 2012, Ceppa guided diver Derrick Butts to qualify for the NCAA Championships, becoming the first male diver in George Mason history to reach nationals. Spending eight years at Rider, Ceppa was named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Diving Coach of the Year five times. In his first season, three of his divers reached the finals of the MAAC Championships and he came home with a men’s MAAC Diver of the Year, Chris Coles. Rider had seen divers finish in finals at the NCAA Division I Zone A Regional every year since 2003. As an encore, Ceppa again coached the men’s Diver of the Year at the 2005 MAAC Championships, Chris Coles, and the ECAC Diver of the Year, Korn. In 2005-06, his female divers reached the MAAC finals, his male divers won both the one-meter and the three-meter dives, and he again came home with the men’s MAAC Diver of the Year, Dylan Korn. In 2007, Korn won again and so did Ceppa. The following season, Korn was again named Diver of the Meet along with Amanda Burke. Ceppa led Burke to the NCAA Diving championships, the first Bronc to ever qualify for NCAAs. Going along with the achievements in the college ranks, Ceppa’s pupils have thrived on the national level. Amanda Burke, a current USA National Team member, 2012 Olympic Trials finalist and 2013 World Championship team finalist, trained under Ceppa at the Mason Dive Academy, where the coach served as the program director. Before his stint at Rider, Ceppa was a teacher at South Brunswick High School since 2003 and is a graduate of The College of New Jersey, where he was twice a national qualifier in diving and a four-time conference finalist. Ceppa coached the Blue Dolphin Junior Olympic team from 1996-2010, where he worked with age group national finalists, senior national qualifiers, NCAA AllAmericans and Olympic Trial finalists.

BARNES Ithaca ’05 Steve Barnes is in his third season as an assistant coach for Penn State’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs. Last season, Penn State sent a combined total of 17 swimmers to the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. On the men’s side, Nate Savoy concluded his Nittany Lion with a pair of honorable mention All-America honors, while Shane Ryan claimed first-team All-America honors and a Big Ten Championship. On the women’s side, the 800 freestyle relay team garnered first-team All-America honors, and Alyson Ackman and Carolyn Fittin garnered a combined three honorable mention All-American honors to lead the women to their second-straight top-20 finish. In 2013-14, Barnes helped a squad that had a total of 20 Penn State program records broken, including nine for the men’s team and 11 for the women’s squad. PSU sent 19 swimmers to the 2014 NCAA Championships, where the Nittany Lion men placed 17th and the women finished 18th. Of the seven men and 12 women who competed at the national meet, 12 received CSCAA (College Swimming Coaches Association of America) honorable mention All-America recognition while sophomores Shane Ryan (Havertown, Pa.) and Alyson Ackman (Montreal, Quebec) claimed first team All-America accolades for their efforts. He came to Penn State after spending the previous four seasons as the head coach of the Wabash College swimming and diving program. Under Barnes’ leadership, the Wabash team finished fourth at the 2013 North Coast Athletic Conference Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship Meet. Competing against some of the top programs in the nation such as Kenyon and Denison, his Little Giants produced three school records, two by freshman Zechariah Banks in the 200-yard individual medley and the 200 breaststroke and by Aaron Troyer in the 200 backstroke. In 2012, three freshmen made it to the finals at the NCAC Championships, including Aaron Troyer, whose time in the 200-yard backstroke was good enough to make the NCAA “B” Provisional. Barnes led the 2010-11 and 2009-10 Little Giant team to back-to-back thirdplace finishes at the NCAC Men’s Championship meet and sent two swimmers each season to compete at the NCAA Nationals. Both swimmers, David Birrer and Evan Rhinesmith, went on to win All-America honors at the 2011 NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships. Before his time at Wabash, Barnes spent three seasons at Kalamazoo College as an assistant coach. During his three year span, the Hornets set an NCAA record, 39 school records, 36 individual and relay conference titles, 17 conference records, 59 NCAA “B” cuts and 16 NCAA “A” cuts, and nine individual top-eight finishes at the at the NCAA Nationals. After serving two seasons as the assistant coach of the Kalamazoo College men’s and women’s swimming program, he was named interim head coach from January through March of 2008 during head coach Kathy Milliken’s maternity leave. A 2005 graduate of Ithaca College, Barnes was a four-time All-American and team MVP for the Bombers. Barnes was a 2005 ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America honoree and was selected as the Ithaca College Athlete of the Year from 2002-05. He earned Scholar All-America honors from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) four consecutive years. Barnes holds the Ithaca records in the 500, 1000 and 1650 freestyle races, and was part of the record-setting 800-yard freestyle relay team. Barnes earned his master’s degree in exercise science from Ithaca in 2006, while working as an assistant coach for the Bombers. He was responsible for dry land training and weightlifting programs for the team in addition to coordinating recruiting.

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ASSISTANT COACHES

Doak

Kaitlyn

Third Season Assistant Coach

Second Season Assistant Coach

FINCH Virginia ’00 Doak Finch is in his third season as an assistant coach of the Penn State men’s and women’s swimming programs. Finch helped guide Megan Siverling and Katelyn Sowinski to record swims in the mile and 500 freestyle swims last season. Penn State sent a combined total of 17 swimmers to the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. On the men’s side, Nate Savoy concluded his Nittany Lion with a pair of honorable mention All-America honors, while Shane Ryan claimed firstteam All-America honors and a Big Ten Championship. On the women’s side, the 800 freestyle relay team garnered first-team All-America honors, and Alyson Ackman and Carolyn Fittin garnered a combined three honorable mention All-American honors to lead the women to their secondstraight top-20 finish. In 2013-14, Finch helped a squad that had a total of 20 Penn State program records broken, including nine for the men’s team and 11 for the women’s squad. PSU sent 19 swimmers to the 2014 NCAA Championships, where the Nittany Lion men placed 17th and the women finished 18th. Of the seven men and 12 women who competed at the national meet, 12 received CSCAA (College Swimming Coaches Association of America) honorable mention AllAmerica recognition while sophomores Shane Ryan (Havertown, Pa.) and Alyson Ackman (Montreal, Quebec) claimed first team All-America accolades for their efforts. He spent the previous 11 seasons as an assistant at the University of Virginia, where he primarily coached the Cavaliers’ distance swimmers. The UVA distance group had a standout season in 2012-13, capturing four ACC titles, including Kelly Offutt sweeping the women’s distance events (500 free, 1,650 free). Brad Phillips claimed the men’s 500 free, while Jan Daniec took home the title in the 1,650 free. In addition to his coaching duties at UVA, Finch was actively involved in recruiting and the strength and conditioning programs. He also served on the Virginia Swim Camp and UVA Aquatics swimming staffs during the summer. Finch began his coaching career in the 2000-01 season as a volunteer assistant for his alma mater. An All-America swimmer for the Cavaliers, Finch graduated from Virginia in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in economics. He served as a team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior and was the team’s top butterfly and individual medley swimmer. Finch was named to the ACC’s 50th Anniversary Men’s Swimming and Diving Team in August 2002. He remains ranked among the Top 10 on Virginia’s all-time top times list in the 200 fly. Finch concluded his career at Virginia as an 11-time NCAA All-American. He was a seven-time first-team All-American, including four first team honors in the 200 butterfly. Finch was an 11-time ACC champion (eight individual and three relay titles), the 1997 ACC Rookie of the Year and MVP of the 1998 ACC Championship meet. He became the 14th individual to win four successive ACC titles in the same event in 2000 (400 IM).

FERGUSON Penn State ’09 Former Penn State swimmer Kaitlyn Ferguson is in her second year on the swimming and diving staff as an assistant coach, joining the program in the fall of 2014. Ferguson swam for the Nittany Lions from 2006-09. In her first season, Nate Savoy concluded his Nittany Lion with a pair of honorable mention All-America honors, while Shane Ryan claimed firstteam All-America honors and a Big Ten Championship. On the women’s side, the 800 freestyle relay team garnered first-team All-America honors, and Alyson Ackman and Carolyn Fittin garnered a combined three honorable mention All-American honors to lead the women to their second-straight top-20 finish. Ferguson left her mark on Penn State as a swimmer. The Mamaroneck, New York, native was an NCAA Championships qualifier and helped the 2008 400-yard medley relay team earn honorable mention All-America honors with a 16th place finish. A member of the program’s 2006 Big Ten Championship team, she is fifth on the school’s top times list in the 100 backstroke, posting a time of 53:75 in 2009. Most recently, Ferguson has served as an assistant coach for the Mamaroneck High School (Mamaroneck, N.Y.) varsity girls swim team since fall 2009, as well as an assistant for the Badger Swim Club since March 2010. With Mamaroneck, Ferguson coached district champions and state qualifiers, while overseeing the strength and conditioning program. She also created meet lineups, maintained the results database, coordinated team activities and ordered team equipment. With the Badger Swim Club, she coached different levels of swimmers ranging from sectional qualifiers to Olympic trial qualifiers. There, she oversaw seasonal training plans for the senior team and developed stroke technique and instruction for elite USA Swimming athletes. Ferguson got the opportunity to serve as head coach for the Badger Swim Club at USA Junior Nationals. Along with her coaching positions, Ferguson was a Therapy Aide at the Burke Rehabilitation Hospital from 2009-2011. During her time as a Nittany Lion, Ferguson assisted at the Penn State Swimming Camp, helping more than 400 swimmers. She also held a volunteer assistantship in 2008, helping out the swimming and diving program in a variety of ways. Ferguson earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Penn State in May 2009. She also received a bachelor’s degree in dietetics, food and nutrition from Lehman College, CUNY in May 2014.

Finch placed seventh at the 2000 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200 butterfly and also represented the United States at the 1999 World University Games in Palma, Spain, finishing sixth in the 200 fly. He was a multiple national finalist in the 200 butterfly.

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Matt

Amanda

HURST

BURKE

First Season Assistant Coach

Third Season Volunteer Assistant Coach

Southern Connecticut State ’06

Matt Hurst is in his first season on the Nittany Lions’ staff as an assistant coach. Hurst arrived at Penn State University after a 12-year tenure at Southern Connecticut State, first as a student-athlete and most recently as an assistant coach for the past eight years. During Hurst’s tenure at SCSU, he mentored 84 All-Americans and three individual NCAA Champions, while guiding two individuals to four NCAA Division II national records. He also helped the Owls’ women’s squad post their highest finish ever at the NCAA Championships. In addition to his responsibilities with Southern Connecticut State, Hurst also coached at SoNoCo Swim Club. He was a 2012 Junior National Team Coach and qualified four individuals for the Olympic Trials.

Rider University ’10

Amanda Burke is in her third season as the volunteer assistant diving coach. Burke came to Happy Valley from George Mason University, where she served as a volunteer assistant coach. In August 2014, Burke, who is trained by Dennis Ceppa, took gold in the synchronized three-meter competition with her partner Ariel Rittenhouse at the AT&T USA Diving National Championships. She earned the opportunity to compete in all springboard events at the Pan American Sports Festival in Mexico City, Mexico from Sept. 23-Oct. 1, 2014, where she earned bronze in the 3-meter syncro event with Rittenhouse.

In 2009, Hurst attended the FINA World Championships as an assistant coach with the Dominican Republic.

During her time with George Mason, the team won multiple conference titles and had two divers earn the CAA Diver of the Year award. In 2012, the Patriots had their first male NCAA Championship qualifier in diving with Burke on staff. While at GMU, Burke also helped coach the Junior Olympic team at the Mason Dive Academy.

Hurst rejoined the Owls after spending the 2006-07 academic year as an assistant coach at Wesleyan University. In his position at Wesleyan, Hurst worked with the team’s sprinters and breaststrokers. He also led the team’s strength and conditioning and dryland programs. Hurst coached two All-Americans and one Academic All-American during his tenure.

As a competitor, Burke thrived on the collegiate and national scene. Burke graduated from Rider University in 2010. During her time as a Bronc, Burke won seven individual MAAC Championships and qualified for the NCAA Championships in three of her four seasons.

As a student-athlete at SCSU, Hurst was a two-year captain, 11time All-American, school record holder, and U.S. national qualifier. A corporate communications major as an undergraduate, Hurst also garnered Academic All-America honors three times. He also completed his master’s degree at SCSU in human performance.

After college Burke continued to compete on the national stage. The Rider graduate has been a two-year team member of USA Diving for 2012 and 2013. Burke claimed the national championship at Senior Nationals and placed seventh in the three-meter synchronized diving event at the 2013 World Championships.

Hurst grew up in Haverford where he was an All-American with the swim team. Hurst also competed for Upper Main Line YMCA, where he was a 26-time All-American.

Burke grew up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. and graduated from William Tennent High School.

Hurst is joined in State College by his wife, Theresa, daughter, Annabelle, and dog, Ryley.

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LOGAN

Montreal, Quebec John Rennie

Audubon, Pa. St. Joseph’s Prep (Wisconsin)

GRILLO

KNAUSS

Senior • FREESTYLE

Event 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 49.16 2/28/14 Big Ten Championships 20.19 2/26/15 Big Ten Championships 44.55 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships 1:40.78 3/1/13 Big Ten Championships

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014, 2015) 2014-15 (Junior Year) Swam in 10 meets for the Nittany Lions; participating in four different events throughout the season…Competed in the 50 freestyle on nine separate occasions…Posted a career-best 20.19 in the 50 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships (2/28), making a NCAA “B” cut time… Notched a career-best 44.55 in the 100 freestyle at the conference championships…Swam in the 200 freestyle on two occasions, taking almost an entire second off of his time at the Georgia Fall Invite (12/6)… Helped the 400 freestyle relay squad to a fifth-place finish at the Big Ten Championships, nabbing the top time of the season for the Blue and White…Was a member of the 200 freestyle relay that posted the top time for Penn State in the 2014-15 season with a NCAA “B” cut time of 1:18.36 at the conference championships… Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors. 2013-14 (Sophomore Year) Competed in four different individual events at seven meets … Top career marks in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly came at the Big Ten Championship (2/27-3/1) … 1:42.09 in the 200 freestyle at the Texas Invitational (12/6) was a season-best mark … Academic All-Big Ten. 2012-13 (Freshman Year) Raced in four individual events in his first year as a Nittany Lion … Swam to the fifth-fastest time of any Penn State swimmer in the 100 freestyle with a mark of 44.96 at the Big Ten Championships (2/27-3/2/13) … Set a personal record in the 50 freestyle with a time of 20.51 and the 200 freestyle with a mark of 1:40.78 at the Big Ten Championships. High School An accomplished swimmer out of Quebec swimming for Ryan Mallette at the Pointe-Claire Swim Club ... Broke 10 Quebec Provincial records during career ... Member of the Canadian Junior National Team in 2010 ... Finalist in the 2010 Spring and Summer Nationals in the 50 free.

Senior • DIVING

Event 1-Meter 3-Meter Platform

CAREER BEST SCORES Score Date Competition 305.20 1/31/14 Big Ten Triple Duels 341.62 11/16/14 Notre Dame 240.95 1/31/14 Big Ten Triple Duels

2014-15 (Junior Year) Had to sit out a season due to NCAA transfer rules. 2013-14 (Sophomore Year - Wisconsin) Finished ninth and had the top score of any Badger in the 3-meter dive with a 341.62 against Notre Dame (11/16) … Career-high 305.20 in the one meter dive at the Big Ten Triple Duels (1/31) … Scored a 240.95 on the platform dive at the Big Ten Triple Duels (1/31). 2012-13 (Freshman Year - Wisconsin) Earned top-10 finishes in the 1-meter dive at the Virginia/Virginia Tech Dual (298.50) and the Big Ten Quad Duals (287.55) ... Finished in second place in the three meter dive (326.33) at the Michigan Dual ... Earned a 252.45 at the Stanford Dual in the three meter dive. High School A two-time all-American and four-year state finalist at St. Joseph’s Preparatory under head coach Dean Knauss ... Set the District 12 AAA diving record his senior year ... Named a national junior semifinalist in 2011, while being named All-Catholic first team during his freshman season ... Philadelphia Catholic League Champion in 2010 and 2011 ... Also competed in water polo and rugby ... Dove for TNT Diving and coaches Todd and Tarra Michael ... Second place at AAU Nationals on three meter and 4th on one meter. Personal Logan Knauss was born in Wynnwood, Pennsylvania on Sept. 18, 1993 ... Parents are Dean and Lisa ... Has two brothers, Spencer and Garrett ... Majoring in international politics.

Personal Matthew Grillo was born June 4, 1993 in Montreal, Quebec to Michele Delaunay and Gaetano Grillo ... Has a sister, Vanessa, and a brother, Alexander ... Majoring in English/journalism.

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MAURER Hershey, Pa. Lower Dauphin (Virginia) Senior • BACKSTROKE/FREESTYLE/IM

100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 200 Free 200 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES 49.04 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships 1:46.41 12/7/14 Georgia Fall Invite 48.97 3/8/15 Ohio State 1:41.24 10/18/14 Virginia Tech Challenge 1:47.99 2/26/15 Big Ten Championships

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2015) 2014-15 (Junior Year) Swam in nine meets, participating in five different events throughout the season…Garnered a first-place finish in the 200 backstroke against West Virginia (10/23)…Notched a seasonbest 1:46.41in the 200 backstroke at the Georgia Fall Invite (12/7), which was the second-best time of any Nittany Lion in the 2014-15 campaign…Swam a personal-best 1:41.24 in the 200 freestyle at the Virginia Tech Challenge (10/18), while grabbing a personal-best time of 1:47.99 in the 200 individual medley at the Big Ten Championships (2/26)…Achieved NCAA “B” cut time on two occasions in the 200 individual medley during the 2014-15 season…Also nabbed a season-best 49.04 in the 100 backstroke at the conference Championships…Helped the 800 freestyle team to a 6:39.08 finish at the Georgia Fall Invitational, ranking third for PSU in the 2014-15 campaign… Earned Academic AllBig Ten honors. 2013-14 (Sophomore Year) Swam the 100 back in five meets, the 200 back in four meets and the 200 IM and 100 butterfly in two meets each ... Finished second in the 100 butterfly at the Ohio State Invite (2/8) with a 49.72 ... Swam a career-best 49.53 in the preliminaries of that event ... 50.09 in the 100 back at the Ohio State Invite was the meet’s top time, the best 100 back performance of his career and his first collegiate individual event win ... Won the 200 IM later in the day with a personal-best 1:51.77 time ... 1:51.07 in the 200 back at the Texas Invitational (12/7) was also a personal best.

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2012-13 (Redshirt Freshman Year) Did not compete. 2011-12 (Freshman Year, Virginia) Joined the Cavaliers as a freshman competing in the freestyle and backstroke events ... Posted top time of 1:45.48 in the 200 free at Pitt...Posted 51.27 at Georgia Invite in the 100 back ... Swam 1:50.18 at the Georgia Invite in the 200 back ... Swam the 100 butterfly against N.C. State in a time of 51.70 ... Earned a time of 1:57.03 at Pitt in the 200 IM. High School Earned All-America and All-State distinction at Lower Dauphin ... Swam for Greg Fastrich at Hershey Aquatics ... Won silver medals in the 2011 District 3-AAA 200 IM and 100 backstroke, earning goal at the Mid-Penn meet in the 100 back ... Finished fifth in the 200 IM and 100 back at PIAA AAA Championships senior year. Personal Tim Christian Maurer was born on February 17, 1993 in Hershey, Pa. to Robert and Donna Maurer ... Has a brother, Rob, and a sister, Steff ... Attended the University of Virginia during the 201011 school year ... Majoring in biology.

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BOB

Allison Park, Pa. Hampton

Maple Glen, Pa. Upper Dublin

Senior • FREESTYLE/BUTTERFLY

Junior • FREESTYLE

SEIFERTH

Event 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 Free 500 Free 200 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Site 49.12 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships 1:48.67 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships 1:42.34 12/6/13 Texas Invitational 4:30.22 2/28/13 Big Ten Championships 1:56.49 11/30/12 Georgia Invitational

TEAM CAPTAIN (2015) ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014) 2014-15 (Junior Year) Competed in nine meets for Penn State, swimming in four separate events…Posted career-best finishes in both the 100 and 200 butterfly…Swam a personal-best 49.12 in the 100 fly at the Big Ten Championships (2/27) before capping off the weekend with a personal-best 1:48.67 in the 200 butterfly…Participated in both the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle on two separate occasions. 2013-14 (Sophomore Year) Swam the 200 and 500 freestyle, and 100 and 200 butterfly in seven meets … Competed in the 500 freestyle, 100 butterfly and 200 butterfly at the Big Ten Championships (2/28-3/2) … Had a 1:49.96 time in the 200 butterfly time at the Big Ten Championships, which was the fourth-fastest mark in the event on the team during the season … In his first-career 200 freestyle performance, posted a 1:42.34 time at the Texas Invitational (12/6) … Academic All-Big Ten honoree. 2012-13 (Freshman Year) Competed in six individual events throughout the season, focusing on freestyle and butterfly strokes … Swam the 500 freestyle, 100 butterfly and 200 butterfly at the Big Ten Championships (2/273/2/13) … His time of 1:48.80 at the Big Ten Championships in the 200 butterfly ranked third on the team for the season … Produced a mark of 4:30.22 in the 500 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships, which placed fourth on the team during the 2012-13 campaign … Finished the 100 butterfly in a time of 50.95 at the Big Ten Championships for his best time of the season. High School Swam for Rachel Ogden at Hampton earning final spots at PIAAs freshman and sophomore years ... Set the 100 freestyle pool record at Hampton ... Swam for Al Rose in the Jewish Community Center Sailfish club, earning trips to junior nationals.

BANTLEY

Event 50 Back 100 Back 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 23.65 10/18/14 Virginia Tech Challenge 49.95 12/6/14 Georgia Fall Invite 20.50 2/26/15 Big Ten Championships 44.85 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships 1:36.60 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships

2014-15 (Sophomore Year) Participated in seven individual events in the 2014-15 season for PSU…Won the 200 freestyle on two occasions, placing first against Villanova (10/31) with a 1:42.86 and earning the top spot against Yale (1/16) with a 1:40.04…Swam a careerbest 1:36.60 at the Big Ten Championships (2/27) in the 200 freestyle, making NCAA “B” cut times…Notched a career-best 44.55 in the 100 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships, while also finishing in a career-best 20.50 in the 50 backstroke at the B1G Championships…Placed fourth in the 50 backstroke at the Virginia Tech Challenge, touching in at 23.65. 2013-14 (Freshman Year) Swam in four individual events … Top times in the 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle (4:29.70) came at the Big Ten Championships (2/28-3/1) … Placed 18th in the 100 freestyle (44.79) and 24th in the 200 freestyle (1:37.57) at the Championships … Touched the wall in 50.21 in the 100 back at the Texas Invitational (1/25). High School Four year letterwinner at Upper Dublin High under the direction of head coach Geoff Sheuer … Named team captain during senior season … Selected as team MVP during junior and senior years … Earned PIAA 2013 Swimmer of the Meet honors … Chosen as the District 1 Swimmer of the Meet in 2013 and 2012 … Honored as the Upper Dublin Outstanding Male Athlete Class of 2013 … State qualifier in the 100-yard and 200-yard freestyle … Swam for the Upper Dublin Aquatic Club. Personal Robert David Bantley was born March 30, 1995 in Hershey, Pa. to Beth Bantley … Has one brother, Jack ... Major is economics.

Personal Jonathan William Seiferth was born September 6, 1993 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ... Parents are Paul Seiferth and Sandra Lee Gyory Seiferth ... Brother, Mike, competed for N.C. State swimming ... Majoring in biology. 15 INDIVIDUAL BIG TEN CHAMPIONS

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MIKE

Fairview, Pa. Fairview

Shelby Twp., Mich. Eisenhower

KWASNIK

GRIMM Junior • BREASTSTROKE

Event 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 56.84 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships 2:03.46 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships 1:54.91 2/26/15 Big Ten Championships

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014-15) 2014-15 (Sophomore Year) Swam in nine meets, mostly in the 100 and 200 breaststroke… Notched a career-best in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke at the Big Ten Championships (2/28)…Posted a 56.84 in the 100 breaststroke and a 2:03.46 in the 200 breaststroke at the conference championships…Swam in the 200 individual medley on two occasions, touching in with a career-best time of 1:54.91 at the Big Ten Championships… Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors. 2013-14 (Redshirt Freshman Year) Competed in the 100 and 200 breaststroke at Ohio State (2/7-8), against St. Bonaventure and Towson (2/1) and Villanova (1/17) … Won the 100 breaststroke (57.73) and 200 breaststroke (2:03.87, a personal best) at the Ohio State Invitational ... Season best time set in the prelims (57.24) ... In the 100 breaststroke, clocked in a 59.72 in the 100 breaststroke against St. Bonaventure and Towson, and a 1:01.17 against Villanova … Posted a 2:13.60 time in the 200 breaststroke against St. Bonaventure and Towson, and a 2:13.87 time versus Villanova. 2012-13 (Freshman Year) Did not compete.

Junior • BREASTSTROKE

CAREER BEST TIMES Event Time Date Competition 100 Breast 56.06 2/8/15 Virginia Tech Invite 200 Breast 2:02.19 2/7/15 Virginia Tech Invite

2014-15 (Sophomore Year) Competed at the Virginia Tech Invite (2/7) in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke…Posted a career-best 56.06 in the 100 breaststroke and a 2:02.19 in the 200 breaststroke…Earned the third-fastest PSU time in the 200 breaststroke. 2013-14 (Freshman Year) Did not compete. HIGH SCHOOL Earned three letters in swimming at Eisenhower ... 2012 all-state honorable mention in the 50 freestyle and 100 breaststroke ... First team all-county in swimming 2011 and 2012 ... Finished 13th and 15th in the 100 breaststroke and 50 freestyle at the Michigan State Championships his senior year ... Also earned four letters in track and two letters in football. PERSONAL Michael Kwasnik was born on April 19, 1994, in Kalamazoo, Michigan ... Parents are Ken and Jean Kwasnik ... Has two older siblings, Laura and Rick ... Rick competed in track for Grand Valley State University from 2008-12 ... Majoring in meteorology and will become a commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy following graduation

High School Lettered for four years at Fairview High under head coach J.R. Jensen ... Named the team captain and MVP during senior year ... On the PIAA AA state championship team during senior season ... Claimed the state championship in the 200 freestyle, the 200 medley relay and the 400 freestyle relay as a senior ... Also a state finalist in the 100 breaststroke finishing sixth ... Selected as first team All-Region 2 all four years ... Hit Junior Olympic qualifying standards in the 100 and 200 breaststroke ... Holds individual school record in the 100 breaststroke and 200 freestyle events ... Trained with the Nittany Lion Aquatic Club in 2011-12 ... Graduated summa cum laude ... High school student council president ... Member of National Honors Society. Personal Harrison Michael Grimm was born March 31, 1994 in Erie, Pennsylvania to Butch and Colleen Grimm ... Has two brothers, Justin and Brian, and three sisters, Brittany, Natalie and Mollie ... Mother, brothers Brian and Justin, and sister, Mollie, all graduated from Penn State … Majoring in industrial engineering. 10

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SCHUEHLER Camden, N.J. Collingswood Junior • FREESTYLE

Event 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 50 Free 200 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 53.31 2/28/14 Big Ten Championships 1:57.63 3/1/14 Big Ten Championships 49.55 12/6/14 Georgia Fall Invite 21.86 2/7/15 Virginia Tech Invite 1:48.00 2/27/14 Big Ten Championships

ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN (2014-15) CSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA HONORABLE MENTION (2013-14) 2014-15 (Sophomore Year) Swam in seven meets for Penn State, mainly in the 100 and 200 breaststroke…Notched one gold finish on the season against Georgia Tech (10/3) in the 100 breaststroke…Achieved two NCAA “B” cut times in the 100 breaststroke, swimming a season-best 55.35 at the Georgia Fall Invite (12/6)…Swam the 200 breaststroke on five occasions and the 100 butterfly twice… Notched a personal-best 49.55 in the 100 butterfly at the Georgia Fall Invite…Also swam the 200 IM and 400 IM for the Nittany Lions…Was a member of both the 200 medley relay and the 400 medley relay team…Helped the 200 medley relay team to three victories on the season and the 400 medley relay team to one first-place finish…Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors. 2013-14 (Freshman Year) Top marks by any Nittany Lion during the season in the 100 and 200 breaststroke … At the Big Ten Championships (2/28-3/1), swam a 53:31 in the 100 breaststroke and a 1:57.63 in the 200 breaststroke, both NCAA “B” qualifying marks and the best times of the season in both events by a Penn State swimmer … Had a 1:48.00 in the 200 IM at the Championship meet was his top time of the season and an NCAA “B” qualifying time … Also posted three NCAA “B” qualifying times at the Last Chance Meet (3/8) in the 100 breaststroke (53.68, 54.15 and 54.29) … Collected his first collegiate win at Villanova (1/17), in the 100 breaststroke … Season-best time in the 100 freestyle at that meet (49.22) … Won the 100 breaststroke against St. Bonaventure and Towson (2/1) with a 55.89 time … CSCAA Scholar All-America honorable mention honoree.

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U.S. NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE Member of the 2013-14 U.S. Junior National Team ... Competed in the 200 breaststroke at the 2013 FINA World Junior Championships in Dubai, UAE ... Attended the 2013 U.S. National Select Camp ... 2012 U.S. Olympic Trail Qualifier in the 100 and 200 breaststroke and attended the 2011 NCSA All-American trip to Osaka, Japan. HIGH SCHOOL Four year letterwinner at Collingswood High under the direction of head coach Chris Sylvester … 2013 New Jersey state champion in the 100 breaststroke, setting the state record in the finals … 200 IM state runner up in 2013 … Named first team All-State in 2013 … Received second team All-State honors in 2011 and 2012 … Received first team All-South Jersey recognition during junior and senior seasons … Was a four year first team All-Olympic conference member … Voted Collingswood High’s team MVP … Named team captain during senior season … Competed in Japan in 2011 as part of the NCSA All-America Team … Finished in eighth place at the World Junior Championships in the 200 breaststroke … Also swam for the Jersey Wahoos … Named the 2012 National Team Swimmer of the Year while competing with the Wahoos. PERSONAL Andrew Russel Schuehler was born on March 30, 1995 in Camden, New Jersey ... Parents are Glen and Karen Schuehler … Has two brothers, Kyle and Kurt, and two sisters, Jamie and Kelly ... Major is accounting.

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STASIUNAS Avondale, Pa. Salesianum Junior • FREESTYLE CAREER BEST TIMES Event Time Date Competition 100 Free 45.06 3/1/14 Big Ten Championships 200 Free 1:36.46 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships 500 Free 4:19.72 3/8/14 Big Ten Championships 1,000 Free 9:20.63 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships 1,650 Free 15:05.32 2/25/12 Big Ten Championships 200 Fly 1:53.96 10/31/14 Villanova

2014-15 (Sophomore Year) Participated in six different events for PSU in the 2014-15 season… Ranked in the top-three for Penn State in four events including: 200 freestyle, 500 freestyle, 1,000 freestyle, and 1,650 freestyle…Took home six first-place finishes, three of which came in the 200 freestyle…Picked up two victories against West Virginia (10/23), taking home the gold in both the 500 and 1,000 freestyle…Notched a win in the 200 butterfly against Villanova (10/31)…Achieved NCAA “B” cut times twice in the 200 freestyle… Swam a personal-best 1:36.46 in the 200 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships (2/26) for a NCAA “B” qualifying mark…Also achieved one NCAA “B” cut time in the 1,650 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships… Was a member of two first-place teams in the 400 freestyle relay during the 2014-15 season. 2013-14 (Freshman Year) Competed in five different freestyle events, focusing on the 500, 1,000 and 1,650 freestyle … Swam the 100, 200 and 500 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships (3/1), posting personal bests in the 100 and 200 freestyle … At the Last Chance Meet (3/8), earning personal records in the 500 freestyle and 1,650 freestyle … In the only 1,650 freestyle appearance of the season, touched the wall in 15:11.65 at the Last Chance Meet (3/9) … Finished second in the 200 freestyle at Navy (1/25) and against West Virginia (10/18) … Placed second at Buffalo (11/2) in the 500 freestyle ... Thirdplace finish in the 1,000 freestyle at that meet.

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HIGH SCHOOL Lettered for four years at Salesianum School under head coach Chip Hannig … Captured nine Delaware state championships … Delaware individual record holder in the 100, 200 and 500 freestyle and a member of the state record 200 medley relay team … Was a four-time All-American … A part of four consecutive state championship teams … Was a two-time Scholastic AllAmerican … Also swam for Delaware Swim Team … Placed 11th in the 100 and 200 freestyle at the 2013 Summer Junior National Championships … Member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Language National Honor Society. PERSONAL Matthew Christopher Stasiunas was born on May 18, 1995 in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania ... Parents are Christopher and Eileen Stasiunas … Has a brother, Thomas ... Majoring in biology.

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DAVID

Glastonbury, Conn. Glastonbury

Perryville, Md. Perryville

AHLBERG Sophomore • BACK/BREAST/IM

Event 200 Fly 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Back 200 IM 400 IM

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 1:52.75 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships 1:01.02 2/8/15 Virginia Tech Invite 2:11.72 10/31/14 Villanova 1:53.17 12/7/14 Georgia Fall Invite 1:52.79 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships 3:58.36 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships

2014-15 (Freshman Year) Swam in six individual events and was a member of two relay squads in his first season as a Nittany Lion… Picked up a victory in the 200 breaststroke against Villanova (10/31) with a season-best 2:11.72...Posted three top times at the Big Ten Championships (2/28) for Penn State, touching in a season-best 1:52.75 in the 200 butterfly, 1:52.79 in the 200 individual medley and 3:58.36 in the 400 individual medley…Swam the third-best time by a Nittany Lion in the 400 individual medley. High School Earned three letters for head coach Suzi Hoyt at Glastonbury … All-conference in the 200 medley relay, 200 IM and 100 butterfly in 2014, the 200 IM and 100 free in 2012 and the 200 IM in 2011 … Team won the Central Connecticut Conference championship four years in a row … Competed for Sonoco Swim Club in Willington, Conn. … Swam at the Speedo Champions Series in 2013 and 2014 … Competed at the 2012 USA Swimming Junior Nationals. Personal Joseph Ahlberg was born on Jan. 4, 1996, in Hartford, Connecticut ... Parents are Alan and Peggy … Has three siblings, Andrew, Matthew and Sarah … Andrew swam four years for Iowa and Matthew swims for Keene State … Plans to major in finance and pursue a job in the financial field.

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GROSS Sophomore • BACK/FREE/IM CAREER BEST TIMES Event Time Date Competition 200 Back 1:50.04 12/7/14 Georgia Fall Invite 200 Breast 2:14.87 10/31/14 Villanova 200 Fly 1:56.68 10/31/14 Villanova 500 Free 4:27.07 12/5/14 Georgia Fall Invite 1,000 Free 9:21.39 10/3/14 Georgia Tech 1,650 Free 15:33.70 12/7/14 Georgia Fall Invite 200 IM 1:55.12 2/7/15 Virginia Tech Invite 400 IM 3:54.54 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships

2014-15 (Freshman Year) Had a breakout freshman season for the Nittany Lions, participating in eight events in his first season donning the Blue and White…Was a top-three swimmer in three events for PSU including: 500 freestyle, 1,000 freestyle and the 1,650 freestyle… Earned two first-place finishes in the 2014-15 season, coming in first in the 1,000 freestyle at Georgia Tech (10/3) with a 9:21.39 and taking first in the 400 individual medley at the Virginia Tech Challenge (10/18), touching in at 4:01.88…Posted a NCAA “B” cut time at the Big Ten Championships (2/27) in the 400 individual medley with a time of 3:54.45. High School Swam for Arena Club Aquatics under the direction of head coach Sam Lapan ... Named the 2012-13 Maryland 15-year-old Swimmer of the Year ... 2012 and 2013 Maryland state champion in the 800 freestyle competition ... 2013 Maryland state champion in the 1,000 freestyle event ... Qualified for the summer junior nationals in the 800 and 1,500 freestyle events in 2013 ... Earned Scholastic All-America status in 2012 and 2013. Personal David Lee Gross III was born on April 16, 1996 in Baltimore, Maryland … Parents are Laurie and Davis Gross Jr. … Plans to major in engineering.

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RYAN

Mount Bethel, Pa. Bangor Area

Howell, N.J. Freehold Twp.

KANTZ

O’NEILL

Sophomore • FREESTYLE

Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 100 Fly

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 20.44 2/26/15 Big Ten Championships 45.38 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships 1:44.54 12/6/14 Georgia Fall Invite 51.60 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships

2014-15 (Freshman Year) Swam in seven meets for the Blue and White in his freshman season, primarily in the 50 and 100 freestyle…Notched a firstplace finish in the 50 freestyle against Villanova (10/31), touching in at 21.27…Participated in the 100 freestyle in eight meets, posting a personal-best 45.38 at the Big Ten Championships (2/28)…Swam in the 200 freestyle at the Georgia Fall Invite, finishing in 1:44.54, while participating in the 100 butterfly twice with a season-best time of 51.60 at the Big Ten Championships (2.27). High School Lettered for four years at Bangor Area High under the tutelage of head coach Amy Lutte ... Garnered All-America recognition for the 50 and 100 freestyle during his junior year ... Became the first swimmer from his high school to qualify for the Pennsylvania State championship meet and placed second in the 50 and 100 freestyle events in 2013 ... Named a PIAA Division AAA AllState honoree for his junior season ... Recognized as a High Performance Senior Swimmer while competing at the club level with the Blue Eagle Swim Team in Nazareth, Pa. … Also was a wide receiver and defensive end on Bangor Area’s football team for two years. Personal Zachary Jeffrey Kantz was born in Hackettstown, New Jersey on May 8, 1996 … Parents are Elena & Jeffrey Kantz ... Has a brother, Jeffrey, and sister, Caleigh … Plans to major in business and minor in criminology … Wants to pursue a career in accounting or finance after graduation

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Sophomore • BACKSTROKE/FREESTYLE

Event 100 Back 200 Back

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 50.68 12/5/14 Georgia Fall Invite 1:52.89 12/7/14 Georgia Fall Invite

100 Free 200 Free 500 Free

45.45 1:37.77 4:30.22

2/28/15 2/27/15 2/26/15

Big Ten Championships Big Ten Championships Big Ten Championships

2014-15 (Freshman Year) Competed in eight meets for Penn State in his first season donning the Blue and White, primarily in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle…Swam in three events at the conference championships, posting season-best times in the 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle, and 500 freestyle…Touched in at 1:37.77 in the 200 freestyle at the conference championships to rank third overall for the Nittany Lions in the 2014-15 campaign…Ranked fourth on the team with a season-best time of 4:30.22 in the 500 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships…Also swam in the 100 backstroke and 200 backstroke on two occasions and participated in the 1,000 freestyle one time. High School Four year letterwinner at Freehold Township High under head coach Brittney Bott ... Graduated with nine school records ... Qualified for the New Jersey State championship finals in the 200 and 500 freestyle events ... Earned first team Monmouth County and Shore Conference accolades ... Garnered third team All-New Jersey recognition ... Named the team MVP for his freshman, sophomore and junior seasons ... Competed for Freehold OldBridge YMCA at the club level ... Holds 10 club records for the 15 and over age group ... Qualified for the Long Course Junior Nationals in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle events and the Short Course Junior Nationals in the 200 freestyle race ... Four-time qualifier for YMCA Nationals. Personal Ryan Patrick O’Neill was born on April 11, 1996, in Philadelphia … Parents are Colleen and Stephen O’Neill … Has two brothers: Stephen and Kyle.

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MIKE

Laurel, Md. Atholton

Monroe Twp., N.J. Monroe Twp.

SCANLON

SKIBNIEWSKI

Sophomore • Diving

Event 1-Meter 3-Meter

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 289.57 2/25/15 Big Ten Championships 320.70 2/27/15 Big Ten Championships

2014-15 (Freshman Year) Participated in eight meets for PSU in both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events…Saw a career day against Navy (1/25), posting season-best scores on both the 1-meter board and 3-meter board…Notched a 289.57 in the 1-meter event and a 320.70 in the 3-meter…Competed in the Big Ten Championships in both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events. High School Dove for the Montgomery Dive Club under the direction of Doug Beavers ... Placed ninth at USA Diving Nationals in the threemeter competition for his age group in 2013 ... Competed against divers from all over the world at the Hobie International Invite ... Dove in the 2013 USA Diving Summer Junior Region 3 Championships. Personal Connor Murray Scanlon was born on July 8, 1996 in Silver Spring, Maryland … Parents are Jill and Michael Scanlon … Has two brothers, Michael and Kevin.

Sophomore • BUTTERFLY

Event 50 Free 100 Free

CAREER BEST TIMES Time Date Competition 21.01 2/26/15 Big Ten Championships 46.28 2/28/15 Big Ten Championships

100 Fly

48.45

2/27/15

Big Ten Championships

2014-15 (Freshman Year) Competed in three events in his first season as a Nittany Lion, primarily in the 100 butterfly…Earned a season-best in both the 50 and 100 freestyle at the Big Ten Championships (2/26)… Touched in at 21.01 in the 50 freestyle and 46.28 in the 100 freestyle at the conference championships…Ranked second for Penn State in the 100 butterfly. High School Swam for Freehold Old-Bridge YMCA under the guidance of head coach Paul Florio ... All-Middlesex County first team selection ... Won the 50 butterfly event at the YMCA Long Course Nationals in 2013 ... Picked up a third place finish in the 100 butterfly at the YMCA Long Course Nationals in 2013 ... Finished third at the YMCA Short Course Nationals in the 100 butterfly in 2013 ... Competed in a total of five individual events at the YMCA Nationals during the 2013 season … Swam for the Freehold-Old Bridge YMCA swim team and head coach Paul Florio. Personal Michael John Skibniewski III … Parents are Andrea Cowart and Michael John Skibniewski Jr. … Has two brothers, Matthew and Morgen … Plans to major in biology and go to medical school after graduation.

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NATHANIEL

GUNTHER

Carmel, Ind. Carmel

Long Island, N.Y. Huntington

BLEDSOE Freshman • BACK/BREAST/FLY/IM

High School Swam at Carmel High School under Chris Plumb, Ian Murray, and TJ Day … All-America in the 200 IM, 200 medley relay, and 100 backstroke … All-state in the 200 IM, placing third at state championships … Lettered all four years … Helped team to conference, sectional and state championships during senior year … Scholastic All-American … Competed at Long Course Junior nationals in the 200 back, 400 IM, 200 Fly, 200 IM, and 100 Back. Personal Born in Carmel, Indiana, on January 8, 1997 … Parents are Gary and Lisa Bledsoe … Has three siblings, Nicole, Jonathan and Rachel ... Father, Gary, played baseball at Butler … Intends to major in biology.

Freshman • BREAST/FREE

High School Swam at Huntington High School for head coach Gil Smith … Four-time All-American … Three-time state champion … Sixyear letterwinner and team MVP … Two-year team captain … Competed in Junior Nationals, AT&T Winter Nationals and Arizona Grand Prix-Mesa Personal Born January 4, 1997 in New York City … Parents are Geoffrey and Margeurite Cassell … Father, Geoffrey, swam for North Carolina and mother, Margeurite, helped start the Marist swim team … Has two siblings, Sigrid and Gretel.

JACK

ROBERT

Bethesda, Md. Bethesda Chevy Chase

Greenwich, N.J. Salesianum

CROW Freshman • DIVING

High School Prepped at Bethesda Chevy Chase High School where he was a four-year member of the swimming and diving team…Led his team to an undefeated season en route to a metro championship and two individual state championships…Named team captain under Head Coach Wes Mattice… Was a member of the USA National Diving team for three years. Personal Full name is John Crow…Born on Nov. 27, 1996 in London, England…Parents are Richard and Susan…Has one brothers, Tom…Father played rugby at Nottingham University…Plans to major in kinesiology.

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DICKSON Freshman • FREE/BACK

High School Earned four letters at Salesianum School under Head Coach Chip Hannig … Led his team to four state championships along with four individual titles including: a two-time 500 free championship, 400 free relay state championship, and a 200 medley state championship … Garnered all-state honors three times and was second team all-state in his freshman season … Was a three-time scholastic All-American and was a four year member of the honor roll … Competed in the 2013 Junior Nationals as well as the Open Water Nationals for three years. Personal Full name is Robert Dickson … Born May 13, 1997 in Bridgeton, N.J. … Parents are Robert and Sharon … Siblings are Marie, Heidi and Joey … Intends to major in finance.

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STERGIOS

ROBERT

Mohnton, Pa. The Hill School

DuBois, Pa. DuBois Area

DIKOS

Freshman • FREE/FLY

High School Swam at The Hill School under head coach Jay Spencer ... Earned All-American, all-state and all-county honors … Placed eighth at PIAA Championships in the 100 free … Earned a pair of victories at Easterns in the 200 and 400 free relays … Three-year letterwinner and a team captain … Also earned all-state honors in water polo and was the county player of the year. Personal Born in Reading, Pennsylvania, on September 20th, 1996 … Parents are Chris and Val Dikos … Has two siblings, Alex and Toni … Intends to major in business.

FENSTERMACHER Freshman • FREE/FLY/IM

High School Four-year letterwinner in swimming at Dubois Area High School under coaches Michael Gressler and Ryan Sprang … Earned allstate honorable mention in 2015 … Three-time district champion … Named district MVP … Holds eight school records … Also a four-year letterwinner in cross country and two-year letterwinner in track … Team captain as a senior of both the cross country and swimming teams. Personal Born in Dubois, Pennsylvania, on August 5th, 1997 … Parents are Jim and Kill Fenstermacher … Has two siblings, Rayna Tucker and Joda Fenstermacher … Intends to major in accounting and minor in political science.

HECTOR

MATTHEW

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain IES Politecnico Las Palmas

Sinking Spring, Pa. Wilson

GARCIA BOISSIER Freshman • DIVING

High School Attended IES Politecnico Las Palmas … Dove for coach Enrique Martinez … Competed in the 2015 Spain Summer National Championships, placing first in 3-meter synchronized diving. Personal Born October 9, 1996 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain … Parents are Hector Garcia and Pino Boissier … Has a brother, Nicolas, and a sister Ines San Antonio Boissier … Intends to major in aerospace engineering.

GUENTER Freshman • DIVING

High School Four-year letterwinner at Wilson High School under head coach Roy Snyder ... Earned district runner-up in the 500 Free and honorable mention all-state in the 200 and 500 freestyles and the 200 and 400 free relays … Was elected team captain for the water polo, swimming and track teams ... was a two-time AllAmerica and three-time All-Pennsylvania honoree in water polo … County runner-up in the 1600-meter run in track … National Honor Society inductee and Principal’s List and High Honor Roll all four years of high school. Personal Born in Reading, Pennsylvania, on May 10, 1997 … Parents are Alan and Barbara Guenter … Has a sister, Lindsay, who ran for the Penn State cross country and track teams … intends to major in aerospace engineering.

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RORY

JOHN

Kensington, Md. Albert Einstein

Hackensack, N.J. Paramus Catholic

LEWIS Freshman • FREE/FLY

High School Attended Albert Einstein High School in Kensington, Maryland … Swam under coach Stephanie Pratt… Five-time state champion … All-Met Second Team … Holds all school records in events swam … NCSA Junior Nationals short course finalist … Placed first in 2015 NCSA Junior Nationals long course 200 freestyle… Named team captain and team MVP four years in a row… Ran track and cross country… Played the Alto Saxophone in Honors Jazz band. Personal Born Rory Boboa Lewis Jr. on March 26, 1997 in Kensington Maryland… Parents are Mary Carter and Rory Boboa Lew Sr. … Has two siblings, Ben Carter and Corrine Magone … Intends to major in Psychology.

Freshman • FREE/FLY

High School Swam for Paramus Catholic High School under head coach Ralph Manno … Was state champion in the 500 free and third in the 200 free … Swam an Olympic Trials cut time in the 400 freestyle … Competed in Junior Nationals in 2014, placing 10th in the 400 freestyle. Personal Born January 17, 1997 in the Dominican Republic … Parents are Freddy and Denise Nunez … Has a sister, Ana, who is a senior on the Ramapo College women’s swimming team … Intends to major in business.

JOHN

SAMUEL

Leonia, N.J. Bergen Catholic

Bellevue, Wash. Sammamish

OM

Freshman • FLY/BREAST/IM

High School Swam at Bergen Catholic High School under head coach Jason Schlereth ... Earned first team all-state and holds four school records … Named team captain senior year … Helped team to four conference titles amd three county titles … Competed in AT&T Winter Nationals … Three-time Scholastic All-American … Inducted into National Honor Society … Earned a 4.0 GPA as a senior … Also swam for Ridgewood YMCA, Lakeland Hills YMCA and Cougar Aquatic Team … Set three club records. Personal Born in Englewood, New Jersey, on October 14th, 1996 … Parents are PomSin and Tae Whoan Om … Father, Tae Whoan, played soccer at Incheaon University in South Korea and was a member of the Junior National Team in 1986 … Has two siblings, Jina Om-Kim and Joe Om … Intends to major in computer science and minor in business.

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PETRINI Freshman • BREAST/IM

High School Swam for various swim clubs during his high school career including: King Aquatic Club, Olympic Cascade Aquatics and Bellevue Swim Club…Competed on the national level for the Junior Nationals team. Personal Full name is Samuel Jacob Petrini … Born on Oct. 10, 1996 in Pittsburgh, Pa. … Parents are Andy and Laura … Has two sisters, Sarah and Leah … Sarah was a member of the swim team at Clark University … Plans to major in finance ... Third-generation Penn Stater.

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ZAMIR Gesher Haziv, Israel Hof Asharon Freshman • FLY/BACK

High School Member of the Israeli national team … Represented Israel in the world championships in Barcelona 2013 and in Kazan 2015 … Holds the Israeli national record of 23.76 seconds for the 50-meter fly … Finished second in the Junior European Championships in the 50-meter backstroke. Personal Born in Israel on March 31, 1994 … Parents are Yaron and Hagit … Has two younger sisters, Noa and Or.

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2014-15 PENN STATE TOP TIMES 50 Yard Freestyle Shane Ryan Nate Savoy Matt Grillo Jeff Young Zach Kantz

19.36 - Ryan (2014) %19.49 2/26/15 %20.05 12/5/14 %20.19 2/26/15 20.35 2/26/15 20.44 2/26/15

100 Yard Butterfly Kyle Madley Michael Skibniewski Nate Savoy Jon Seiferth Shane Ryan

100 Yard Freestyle Shane Ryan Nate Savoy Jeff Young Bob Bantley Matt Grillo

42.08 - Ryan (2014) %42.80 2/28/15 ^44.25 12/7/14 44.40 2/28/15 44.55 2/28/15 44.55 2/28/15

200 Yard Butterfly Kyle Madley Jon Seiferth Joseph Ahlberg Matt Stasiunas David Gross

1:44.18 - Salig (2012) %1:46.15 2/28/15 1:48.67 2/28/15 1:52.75 2/28/15 1:53.96 10/31/14 1:56.68 10/31/14

200 Yard Freestyle Matt Stasiunas Bob Bantley Ryan O’Neill Nick Ankosko Will Walker

1:34.88 - Hauser (2014) % 1:36.46 2/27/15 %1:36.60 2/27/15 1:37.77 2/27/15 1:38.11 12/6/14 1:38.61 2/27/15

200 Yard IM Nate Savoy Tim Mauer Jonathon Ekstrom Kevin Glenn Andrew Schuehler

1:44.62 Marino (2011) %1:45.03 2/26/15 %1:47.99 2/26/15 %1:48.61 2/26/15 %1:49.04 2/26/15 1:49.10 2/26/15

500 Yard Freestyle 4:17.65 - Ankosko (2014) Nick Ankosko %4:20.79 2/26/15 Matt Stasiunas 4:21.30 3/8/14 David Gross 4:27.07 12/5/14 Ryan O’Neill 4:30.22 2/26/15 Conall Loughlin 4:33.04 2/7/15

400 Yard IM David Gross Kevin Glenn Joseph Ahlberg Jonathan Ekstrom Ryan Magee

3:46.08 - Marino (2011) %3:54.45 2/27/15 3:57.92 2/27/15 3:58.36 2/27/15 4:00.21 12/6/14 4:08.07 11/8/14

1,000 Freestyle Nick Ankosko David Gross Matt Stasiunas Conall Loughlin Bobby Hilzen

200 Yard Freestyle Relay 1:17.83, 2009 N. Savoy, S. Ryan, %1:18.36 2/27/15 M. Grillo, J. Young N. Savoy, J. Young, 1:20.22 1/16/15 B. Bantley, M. Grillo N. Savoy, S. Ryan, 1:20.22 2/17/15 M. Grillo, J. Young S. Ryan, J. Young, 1:20.59 11/7/14 N. Savoy, M. Grillo N. Savoy, J. Young, 1:21.66 1/16/15 B. Bantley, S. Ryan

9:04.51 - Ankosko (2012) 9:21.34 1/25/15 9:21.39 10/3/14 9:22.77 1/25/15 9:41.82 10/31/14 9:51.91 10/31/14

1,650 Yard Freestyle 15:05.32 - Ankosko (2012) Matt Stasiunas %15:27.68 2/28/15 David Gross 15:33.70 12/7/14 Nick Ankosko 15:40.77 12/7/14 Conall Loughlin 15:59.77 2/8/15 Matt Stasiunas 16:02.30 12/7/14 100 Yard Backstroke Shane Ryan Nate Savoy Kyle Madley Tim Maurer Ryan Magee

44.78 - Ryan (2014) !45.54 2/27/15 %46.05 2/27/15 %47.48 2/27/15 49.04 2/27/15 49.51 2/27/15

200 Yard Backstroke 1:40.22 - Schirk (2008) Nate Savoy !1:40.60 2/28/15 Tim Maurer 1:46.41 12/7/14 Ryan Magee 1:46.89 2/28/15 Kevin Glenn 1:47.63 2/28/15 David Gross 1:50.04 12/7/14 100 Yard Breaststroke 52.96 - Scherer (2011) Andrew Schuehler %53.43 2/27/15 Jonathan Ekstrom %54.51 2/27/15 Jeff Young %55.39 2/27/15 Mike Kwansik 56.06 2/8/15 Harrison Grimm 56.84 2/27/15

46.00 - Grier (2013) %47.89 2/27/15 48.45 2/27/15 48.78 2/8/15 49.12 2/27/15 49.21 11/8/14

200 Yard Medley Relay N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, S. Ryan N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, M. Grillo N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, S. Ryan N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, S. Ryan N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, S. Ryan

1:24.89, 2014 !1:25.48 2/28/15

400 Yard Medley Relay N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, S. Ryan N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, J. Young N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, S. Ryan, J, Young B. Bantley, J. Ekstrom, T. Mauer, M. Stasiunas N. Savoy, A. Schuehler, K. Madley, B. Bantley

3:07.51, 2014 !3:08.01 2/26/15

1:27.53

12/6/14

1:29.08

11/8/14

1:29.32

10/3/14

1:29.60

1/17/15

3:13.82

12/5/14

3:16.39

11/7/14

3:18.73

12/5/14

3:19.01

10/18/14

1 Meter Diving T.J. Schenkel 322.19 Travis Wright 306.22 Connor Scanlon 289.57

1/25/15 1/25/15 1/25/15

3 Meter Diving T.J. Schenkel 349.80 Travis Wright 338.85 Connor Scanlon 320.70

1/25/15 1/25/15 1/25/15

* - School Record # - PSU Pool Record $ - Big Ten Meet Record ! - NCAA “A” Qualifier % - NCAA “B” Qualifier ^ - Leadoff Split

400 Yard Freestyle Relay 2:51.32, 2014 S. Ryan, N. Savoy, %2:53.19 2/28/15 M. Grillo, B. Bantley N. Savoy, J. Young, 2:57.74 12/7/14 Bantley, M. Stasiunas N. Savoy, J. Young, 2:58.44 11/8/14 M. Stasiunas , S. Ryan N. Savoy, B. Bantley, 2:58.98 1/17/15 M. Grillo, S. Ryan B. Bantley, M. Stasiunas, 3:00.80 10/3/14 S. Heil, S. Ryan 800 Yard Freestyle Relay M. Stasiunas, B. Bantley, R. O’Neill, N. Ankosko N. Savoy, M. Stasiunas N. Ankosko, R. O’Neill D. Gross, B. Bantley, T. Maurer, W. Walker M. Grillo, R. Magee, J. Ahlberg, C. Loughlin Z. Kantz, K. Glenn, J. Ekstrom, J. Seiferth

6:23.00, 2014 6:28.32 2/25/15 6:31.23

12/6/14

6:39.08

12/6/14

6:48.53

12/6/14

6:53.76

12/6/14

200 Yard Breaststroke 1:56.63 - Scherer (2011) Jonathan Ekstrom %1:58.52 2/28/15 Andrew Schuehler 2:00.93 2/28/15 Mike Kwansik 2:02.19 2/7/15 Harrison Grimm 2:03.46 2/28/15 Joseph Ahlberg 2:11.72 10/31/14 20

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2015 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW 50 FREESTYLE 1. Paul Powers MICH 2. Bruno Ortiz MICH 3. Shane Ryan PSU 4. Vinny Tafuto MICH 5. Cannon Clifton WISC 6. Ali Khalafalla IND 7. Josh Fleagle OSU 8. Michael Disalle OSU

19.30 19.48 19.49 19.62 19.69 19.75 19.76 19.88

100 BREASTSTROKE 1. Bruno Ortiz MICH 51.83 2. Richard Funk MICH 52.19 3. DJ MacDonald OSU 52.43 4. Lyam Dias PUR 52.72 5. Nick Schafer WISC 52.86 6. Chris Klein MICH 52.93 7. Roman Trussov IOWA 53.06 8. Tanner Kurz IND 53.15

100 FREESTYLE 1. Bruno Ortiz MICH 2. Josh Fleagle OSU 3. Cannon Clifton WISC 4. Anze Tavcar IND 5. Blake Pieroni IND 6. Michael Disalle OSU 7. Paul Powers MICH 8. Shane Ryan PSU 200 FREESTYLE 1. Josh Fleagle OSU 2. Anders Nielsen MICH 3. Blake Pieroni IND 4. Justin Glanda MICH 5. Jackson Miller IND 6. Michael Disalle OSU 7. Nicholas Caldwell WISC 8. Brett Pinfold WISC

1:33.16 1:33.49 1:33.52 1:34.30 1:34.50 1:34.62 1:35.58 1:36.39

200 BREASTSTROKE 1. Lyam Dias PUR 1:53.92 2. Tanner Kurz IND 1:54.23 3. Marat Amaltdinov PUR 1:54.33 4. Roman Trussov IOWA 1:54.57 5. Richard Funk MICH 1:54.77 6. Nick Schafer WISC 1:55.02 7. DJ MacDonald OSU 1:55.66 8. Jakub Maly MINN 1:55.94 100 BUTTERFLY 1. Matt McHugh OSU 45.75 2. Aaron Whitaker MICH 46.37 3. Daryl Turner MINN 46.52 4. Evan White MICH 46.65 5. Peter Brumm MICH 46.79 6. Jeremy Raisky MICH 46.94 7. Jerzy Twarowski IOWA 47.16 8. Cannon Clifton WISC 47.59

500 FREESTYLE 1. Matthew Hutchins 2. Anders Nielsen 3. Jordan Wilimovsky 4. Jackson Miller 5. PJ Ransford 6. Justin Glanda 7. Brayden Seal 8. CJ Smith

4:14.00 4:14.06 4:14.70 4:16.09 4:17.15 4:17.55 4:18.51 4:19.97

200 BUTTERFLY 1. Dylan Bosch MICH 1:40.75 2. Evan White MICH 1:42.32 3. Tamas Gercsak OSU 1:43.81 4. Steve Schmuhl IND 1:44.01 5. Daniel Conway PUR 1:45.09 6. Guillermo Blanco PUR 1:45.32 7. Nicholas Caldwell WISC 1:45.37 8. Max Irwin IND 1:45.46

WISC MICH NW IND MICH MICH OSU MINN

42.63 42.75 42.80 43.08 43.25 43.29 43.32 43.47

1,650 FREESTYLE 1. Jordan Wilimovsky NW 14:33.50 2. PJ Ransford MICH 14:49.63 3. CJ Smith MINN 14:52.34 4. Anders Nielsen MICH 14:57.38 5. Brayden Seal OSU 14:58.37 6. Matthew Hutchins WISC 15:04.07 7. Ian Rainey MICH 15:09.59 8. Ethan Curl IND 15:10.10

200 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Dylan Bosch MICH 2. Evan White MICH 3. Guillermo Blanco PUR 4. MIke Hurley IND 5. Tristan Sanders MICH 6. Steven Zimmerman OSU 7. Blake Pieroni IND 8. Nate Savoy PSU

1:41.93 1:43.24 1:43.87 1:44.15 1:44.71 1:44.75 1:45.54 1:45.76

100 BACKSTROKE 1. Shane Ryan PSU 45.54 2. Nate Savoy PSU 46.10 3. Matt McHugh OSU 46.37 4. Drew Teduits WISC 46.46 5. Steven Zimmerman OSU 46.60 6. Aaron Whitaker MICH 46.63 7. Grant Betelius IOWA 46.67 8. Tristan Sanders MICH 46.94

400 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 1. Dylan Bosch MICH 2. Steve Schmuhl IND 3. Jakub Maly MINN 4. Guillermo Blanco PUR 5. Tamas Gercsak OSU 6. Chris Depietro OSU 7. Dimitry Dolgov OSU 8. Josh Anderson WISC

3:40.61 3:41.88 3:42.54 3:45.05 3:46.30 3:48.99 3:49.27 3:49.80

200 BACKSTROKE 1. Drew Teduits WISC 1:40.30 2. Nate Savoy PSU 1:40.60 3. Rowan Williams OSU 1:41.17 4. Aaron Whitaker MICH 1:41.39 5. Steven Zimmerman OSU 1:41.43 6. Tristan Sanders MICH 1:42.19 7. Connor McDonald OSU 1:42.39 8. Austin Byrd WISC 1:44.09

200 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Michigan 2. Indiana 3. Ohio State 4. Penn State 5. Wisconsin 6. Purdue 7. Minnesota 8. Iowa 8. Northwestern 10. Michigan State

1:16.80 1:17.60 1:18.09 1:18.36 1:18.52 1:18.92 1:18.97 1:19.38 1:19.38 1:20.55

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400 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Michigan 2. Indiana 3. Ohio State 4. Wisconsin 5. Penn State 6. Minnesota 7. Iowa 8. Northwestern 9. Purdue 10. Michigan State

2:50.14 2:51.45 2:52.50 2:52.93 2:53.19 2:55.54 2:56.62 2:56.99 2:57.02 2:58.16

800 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. Michigan 2. Wisconsin 3. Indiana 4. Ohio State 5. Minnesota 6. Northwestern 7. Purdue 8. Penn State 9. Iowa 10. Michigan State

6:12.20 6:16.30 6:16.82 6:22.65 6:25.03 6:26.76 6:27.10 6:28.32 6:29.57 6:29.96

200 MEDLEY RELAY 1. Michigan 1:23.47 2. Ohio State 1:25.18 3. Iowa 1:25.53 4. Minnesota 1:25.71 5. Northwestern 1:25.93 6. Indiana 1:26.11 7. Purdue 1:26.57 8. Wisconsin 1:27.49 9. Michigan State 1:28.21 400 MEDLEY RELAY 1. Michigan 3:04.92 2. Ohio State 3:07.80 3. Penn State 3:08.01 4. Wisconsin 3:08.42 5. Iowa 3:08.56 6. Indiana 3:09.91 7. Minnesota 3:10.49 8. Purdue 3:11.31 9. Northwestern 3:12.61 10. Michigan State 3:13.26 ONE METER DIVING 1. Michael Hixon 2. Steele Johnson 3. Stephen Ettienne 4. James Conner 5. Shane Miszkeil 6. Stephen Romanik 7. Manny Pollard 8. Jamie Bissett

IND PUR OSU IND OSU OSU MINN PUR

474.45 415.85 399.15 394.55 380.95 359.70 347.90 345.60

THREE METER DIVING 1. James Conner 2. Steele Johnshon 3. Stephen Ettienne 4. Michael Hixon 5. Jamie Bissett 6. Shane Miszkiel 7. Manny Pollard 8. Stephen Romanik

IND PUR OSU IND PUR OSU MINN OSU

494.60 476.06 462.50 461.70 435.95 407.10 398.70 380.20

PLATFORM DIVING 1. James Conner 2. Steele Johnson 3. Nathan Cox 4. Matt Barnard 5. Jamie Bisset 6. Addison Boschult 7. Dylan Zoe 8. Sean Mokhtari

IND PUR PUR MINN PUR IOWA MINN PUR

532.45 510.20 463.35 425.70 401.40 387.20 377.40 357.60

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2015 BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW 2015 ALL-BIG TEN TEAMS FIRST TEAM James Connor...........................................Indiana Michael Hixon............................................Indiana Dylan Bosch...........................................Michigan Jason Chen............................................Michigan Richard Funk..........................................Michigan Justin Glanda.........................................Michigan Jack Mangan..........................................Michigan Anders Nielsen.......................................Michigan Bruno Ortiz.............................................Michigan Paul Powers...........................................Michigan Jeremy Raisky........................................Michigan Vinny Tafuto............................................Michigan Aaron Whitaker.......................................Michigan Jordan Wilimovsky......................... Northwestern Matt McHugh...................................... Ohio State Josh Fleagle........................................ Ohio State Shane Ryan.........................................Penn State Lyam Dias..................................................Purdue Matthew Hutchins................................Wisconsin Drew teDuits.........................................Wisconsin SECOND TEAM Ali Khalafalla..............................................Indiana Tanner Kurz...............................................Indiana Sam Lorentz..............................................Indiana Blake Pieroni.............................................Indiana Steve Schmuhl..........................................Indiana Anze Tavcar...............................................Indiana Yianni Thermos..........................................Indiana PJ Ransford............................................Michigan Evan White.............................................Michigan Michael Disalle.................................... Ohio State DJ MacDonald..................................... Ohio State Connor McDonald............................... Ohio State Steven Zimmerman............................. Ohio State Nate Savoy..........................................Penn State Steele Johnson..........................................Purdue Nicholas Caldwell.................................Wisconsin Cannon Clifton.....................................Wisconsin Brett Pinfold..........................................Wisconsin

2015 TEAM STANDINGS

TEAM POINTS 1. Michigan.........................................................760 2. Ohio State......................................................623 3. Indiana............................................................551 4. Purdue.........................................................401.5 5. Wisconsin.......................................................382 6. Minnesota.......................................................359 7. Penn State.....................................................232 8. Iowa.............................................................230.5 9. Northwestern..................................................181 10. Michigan State...............................................82

ALL-TIME BIG TEN RECORDS Event Time/Score Athlete/Team Team 50 Free 19.05 Michael Richards MINN 19.05 Derek Toomey MINN 100 Free 42.08 Shane Ryan PSU 200 Free 1:32.73 Michael Wynalda MICH 500 Free 4:08.60 Peter Vanderkaay MICH 1,000 Free 8:43.99 Connor Jaeger MICH 1,650 Free 14:26.62 Chris Thompson MICH 100 Fly 45.25 Chris Brady MICH 200 Fly 1:39.33 Dylan Bosch MICH 100 Back 44.72 Ben Hesen IND 200 Back 1:37.58 Tyler Clary MICH 100 Breast 51:41 Richard Funk MICH 200 Breast 1:51.03 Cody Miller IND 200 IM 1:41.14 Kyle Whitaker MICH 400 IM 3:35.98 Tyler Clary MICH 200 FR 1:16.42 Michigan 400 FR 2:49.39 Michigan 800 FR 6:09.85 Michigan 200 MR 1:22.27 Michigan 400 MR 3:04.40 Northwestern 1m Dive 474.45 Michael Hixon IND 1m Dive* 625.60 Timo Klami IOWA 3m Dive 522.00 David Boudia PUR 3m Dive* 667.30 Marc Carlton IND Platform 557.90 David Boudia PUR Platform* 643.00 Marc Carlton IND Platform** 821.20 P.J. Bogart MINN * – 11 dives; ** – 14 dives

SWIMMER OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS Dylan Bosch.......................................... Michigan DIVERS OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS James Connor...........................................Indiana C0-FRESHMEN OF THE YEAR Blake Pieroni.............................................Indiana Evan White.............................................Michigan SWIMMING COACH OF THE YEAR Mike Bottom ......................................... Michigan DIVING COACH OF THE YEAR Adam Soldati............................................ Purdue PENN STATE ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN HONOREES Nicholas Ankosko, Jonathan Ekstrom, Matthew Grillo, Harrison Grimm, Kyle Madley, Timothy Maurer, Nathaniel Savoy, Timothy Schenkel, Andrew Schuehler, Jeffrey Young

Year 2011 2014 2014 2014 2006 2014 2001 2009 2014 2008 2009 2015 2013 2014 2009 2013 2015 2014 2013 2007 2015 2003 2011 2005 2011 2005 1995

PENN STATE’S 17 ALL-TIME BIG TEN CHAMPIONS 1993 Thad Davis 100 butterfly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48.08 1994 Chris DeVine Three-meter diving . . . . . . . . . . 588.23 1999 Bob Molettiere 100 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43.91 Holden Comeau, Brian Hostetler, Bob Molettiere, Dan Okoniewski 200 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 1:19.11 2000 Gavin Carscallen, Bob Molettiere, Matt Teeter, Josh Weaver 200 medley relay . . . . . . . . . . . 1:28.27 2001 Eugene Botes 100 butterfly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47.48 Bob Molettiere 50 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.80 Joe Peresan 200 IM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1:47.32 John Retrum, Bob Molettiere, Todd Minnier, Eugene Botes 400 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 2:54.25 2002 Eugene Botes 100 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43.30 Bob Molettiere 50 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19.68 Eugene Botes, John Lutz, Todd Minnier, Bob Molettiere 200 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 1:18.69 Eugene Botes, Todd Minnier, Bob Molettiere, Martin Schierhorn 400 freestyle relay . . . . . . . . . . 2:53.68 2003 Eugene Botes 100 butterfly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47.40 2006 Mike Alderman One-meter diving . . . . . . . . . . . 354.45 2014 Shane Ryan 100 freestyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42.08 100 backstroke . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45.13 Shane Austin, John Hauser, Shane Ryan, Nate Savoy 200 Freestyle Relay . . . . . . . . . . 1:17.93 2014 Shane Ryan 100 backstroke . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45.54

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BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Listed below are all of Penn State’s finishers from the championship finals (top eight) at the Big Ten Championships. These results date back to the 1992 championships, which was Penn State’s first year in the conference. Note: all times are from the finals and Bold denotes current student-athlete.

50 FREESTYLE

Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Shane Ryan Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Shane Ryan Brian Hostetler Todd Minnier Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Greg Stacey Brian Alden Eugene Botes John Hauser Eugene Botes Sean Swanepoel Todd Minnier

1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 5th 5th 6th 7th 8th 8th

19.68 19.80 19.36 19.89 19.93 20.00 20.11 19.59 20.06 20.23 20.05 20.12 20.28 19.92 20.29 19.81 20.21 20.59 20.39

100 FREESTYLE

Shane Ryan Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Holden Comeau Adam Carroll Bob Molettiere Brian Alden Todd Minnier Holden Comeau Vincent Reydams Todd Minnier Todd Minnier Brian Hostetler Dan Okoniewski Todd Minnier Eugene Botes Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Greg Stacey Sean Swanepoel Shane Ryan Daryl Northrop

1st 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 4th 5th 5th 5th 5th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

42.08 43.30 43.91 43.72 43.93 44.36 44.30 43.78 43.84 44.07 44.45 43.51 43.89 44.25 44.76 44.64 44.26 44.35 44.64 44.79 45.10 44.12 43.47 44.92

200 FREESTYLE

Holden Comeau Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn Holden Comeau John Retrum Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Sean Biedermann Holden Comeau Adam Carroll Andrew Hartner

3rd 4th 4th 4th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th

1:37.36 1:36.17 1:36.81 1:37.74 1:37.02 1:37.19 1:38.46 1:38.33 1:39.45 1:37.85 1:43.64

500 FREESTYLE

Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Nick Ankosko Nick Ankosko Chip Berry

5th 5th 5th 5th 6th 8th 8th

4:21.31 4:19.73 4:24.42 4:23.73 4:19.64 4:20.48 4:26.29

1,650 FREESTYLE

Chip Berry Chris Sullivan Paul Kirk Chip Berry Nick Ankosko Martin Schierhorn Steve Hodgins George Reimer George Reimer

3rd 6th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th

15:20.84 15:11.58 15:19.13 15:27.46 15:05.32 15:20.91 15:33.37 15:26.49 15:25.43

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2002 2001 2014 2002 2000 1999 1998 2015 2000 2003 2001 1999 1997 2010 2003 2014 2001 2005 2004 2014 2002 1999 2001 2003 1999 1993 2002 2010 2003 2000 2009 2004 2001 2000 1998 2002 2001 1999 1998 1997 2008 2015 2004 2000 2004 2001 1999 2001 2002 2000 2005 1998 1993 2002 2002 2001 2000 1999 2014 2013 1996 1996 2007 2002 1993 2012 2001 1999 1994 1995

100 BACKSTROKE

Shane Ryan Shane Ryan Nate Savoy Nate Savoy Sean Grier Josh Weaver Nate Savoy Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Brian Palme Nick Boyce Sean Grier Graham Risley Nate Savoy Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Josh Weaver Brian McKenna Shawn McLin Braedan Quigley Gavin Carscallen Dan Fimbianti

1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th 5th 5th 5th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th

45.13 45.54 46.10 45.61 46.12 48.68 46.60 47.68 48.31 48.72 49.15 47.16 47.27 46.51 48.01 47.71 49.00 49.38 49.17 49.36 49.91 49.31 48.57

200 BACKSTROKE

Nate Savoy Patrick Schirk Nate Savoy Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Nate Savoy Patrick Schirk Andrew Hartner Josh Weaver Nate Savoy Gavin Carscallen Nick Boyce John Retrum Patrick Schirk Dan Fimbianti John Retrum Josh Weaver Andrew Hartner

2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 4th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

1:40.60 1:40.87 1:42.56 1:42.74 1:45.80 1:40.69 1:42.04 1:45.65 1:45.18 1:41.23 1:46.42 1:47.20 1:45.92 1:46.17 1:48.01 1:48.31 1:47.05 1:46.90

100 BREASTSTROKE

Mitch Scherer Matt Teeter Matt Teeter Mitch Scherer Matt Teeter Brian Alden James Sloat Andy Archer David Boardman David Boardman David Boardman Mitch Scherer Gilad Chen

2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

52.96 54.92 55.34 53.21 55.26 53.51 55.86 55.94 55.60 55.84 56.53 54.12 56.71

200 BREASTSTROKE

Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Matt Teeter Kyle Miranda Gilad Chen Andy Archer James Sloat Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Steve Medei Gilad Chen Chris Ippoliti James Sloat

4th 5th 5th 6th 6th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

1:56.78 1:57.09 2:01.04 2:00.42 2:02.14 2:00.99 2:02.58 2:00.36 2:01.57 2:00.72 2:02.73 2:02.54 2:01.51 2:01.56

100 BUTTERFLY

Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Sean Grier Todd Minnier Gavin Carscallen Todd Minnier Gavin Carscallen Sean Grier Brent Creager Brian Hostetler Gavin Carscallen Patrik Johansson

1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 6th 6th 6th 6th 8th

47.40 47.48 47.66 46.00 47.91 47.72 47.88 48.25 46.83 48.23 48.74 49.05 48.77

2014 2015 2015 2014 2013 2000 2012 2009 1999 1997 1992 2012 2011 2013 2008 2007 2002 2001 1999 2004 2000 1999 2010 2015 2008 2012 2007 2000 2013 2009 2002 1999 2014 1999 1992 2001 2006 2010 1999 2002 2001 2011 1999 2000 2012 1998 2012 1993 1993 1998 1997 1996 2009 1996 2012 2011 1998 2005 1996 1993 1992 2001 2000 1999 1996 1995 2005 1993 2003 2001 2002 2013 2002 1999 2001 1998 2012 2002 2000 1997 2005

Tim Williams Todd Minnier Matt Salig Tim Williams Tim Williams Mac Fraser Matt Haupt Brent Creager

200 BUTTERFLY

Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Scott Marino Scott Marino Joe Peresan Nate Savoy Alex Cunha Nate Savoy Nate Savoy Matt Haupt Matt Haupt Scott Marino Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Chip Berry Scott Marino Joe Peresan Jaffrey Clark Jaffrey Clark Jaffrey Clark

4th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 8th 8th

200 IM 1st 2nd 4th 5th 6th 7th 7th 8th 8th 8th 8th

400 IM 2nd 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th

1:45.36 1:46.65 1:45.11 1:46.60 1:44.80 1:48.78 1:48.97 1:48.86

2008 2001 2011 2007 2009 1994 2003 2001

1:47.32 1:48.85 1:44.62 1:45.04 1:49.38 1:46.11 1:52.20 1:45.76 1:46.71 1:49.46 1:50.30

2001 1999 2011 2012 2000 2014 1996 2015 2012 2003 2002

3:46.08 3:52.87 3:50.24 3:53.04 3:55.86 3:49.48 3:55.98 3:53.16 3:52.89 3:55.21

2012 2000 2001 1999 1996 2012 1998 2003 2001 2000

200 FREESTYLE RELAY

Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Todd Minnier John Lutz Bob Molettiere Dan Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Shane Ryan John Hauser Nate Savoy Shane Austin Brian Hostetler Eugene Botes John Retrum Bob Molettiere Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Holden Comeau Dan Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Hostetler Hogan Thomas Greg Stacey Justin Martens Paul Lupinski Dan Okoniewski Todd Minnier Eugene Botes John Lutz Daryl Northrop Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Nate Savoy Shane Ryan Matt Grillo Jeff Young Dan Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Palme Justin Martens Basil Kaaki Brian Alden John Austin Jamie Grennan Todd Minnier Daryl Northrop Patrik Johansson Chris Ippoliti Shane Austin Sean Grier John Hauser Jeff Young

1st

1:18.69

2002

1st

1:19.11

1999

1st

1:17.93

2014

2nd

1:19.08

2001

2nd

1:19.45

2000

3rd

1:19.92

1998

3rd

1:20.98

1997

3rd

1:19.89

2003

4th

1:18.26

2009

4th

1:18.36

2015

4th

1:21.72

1996

5th

1:19.42

2010

5th

1:20.35

2004

6th

1:18.68

2013

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BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Curt Sawin Tim Boyd Ed Adelman Thad Davis Vincent Reydams Sean Swanepoel Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Daryl Northrop Sean Swanepoel Patrik Johansson Chris Ippoliti Sean Anderson Paul Lupinski Andrew Sliver Doug Cooper Shane Austin Sean Grier Scott Marino Brian Alden Sean Swanepoel Dan Kaiserian Vincent Reydams Sean Biedermann Shane Austin Graham Risley John Austin Andrew Sideras Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Spencer Maglich Greg Stacey Ed Walsh Mike Przywozny Jason Eby Ed Erdos Thad Davis Ed Adelman Doug Cooper

6th

7th

7th

7th

8th

8th

1:21.87

1:19.67

1:20.74

1:22.82

1:20.03

1:20.40

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2008

2005

1994

2012

2007

8th

1:21.12

2011

8th

1:21.16

2006

8th

1:23.32

1995

8th

1:22.24

1993

400 FREESTYLE RELAY

Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Todd Minnier Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Todd Minnier John Retrum Shane Ryan John Hauser Nate Savoy Shane Austin Holden Comeau Brian Hostetler Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Dan Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Basil Kaaki Brian Alden Vincent Reydams Jason Goldner Vincent Reydams Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Todd Minnier Eugene Botes Erik Gordon Matt Haupt Dan Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Thad Davis Adam Carroll Curt Sawin Jason Eby Shane Ryan Nate Savoy Matthew Grillo Bob Bantley John Hauser Sean Grier Nate Savoy Shane Austin Brian Alden Basil Kaaki

1992

1st

2:53.68

2002

1st

2:54.25

2001

2nd

2:51.32

2014

2nd

2:58.03

2000

2nd

2:57.38

1999

3rd

2:53.70

2009

3rd

2:54.78

2007

4th

2:58.03

2003

4th

2:59.69

1998

4th

2:59.34

1993

5th

2:53.19

5th

2:54.50

2013

5th

2:56.92

2010

Jon Cochrane John Austin Adam Carroll Nick Noyce Curt Sawin Thad Davis Patrik Johansson Todd Minnier Daryl Northrop Nate Torok Greg Stacey Brian Palme Justin Martens Dan Okoniewski Brian Alden Shane Austin Andrew Sideras Sean Grier Brian Alden Scott Marino Graham Risley Shane Austin Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Shawn McLin Sean Anderson Kirk Skoglund Jason Eby Paul Lupinski

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5th

2:59.84

1992

6th

2:58.61

2004

6th

3:00.03

1997

7th

2:56.72

2012

8th

2:57.64

2011

8th

2:59.37

2006

8th

3:02.77

1994

Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn Matt Haupt John Retrum Eugene Botes Erik Gordon Todd Minnier Matt Haupt Martin Schierhorn Kevin Smith John Retrum Holden Comeau John Hauser Matt Stasiunas Bob Bantley Scott Heil Brian Alden Ben Ryan Luke Bushman Jon Cochrane Sean Swanepoel Josh Graham Ben Ryan Sean Biedermann Sean Swanepoel Spencer Maglich Patrick Schirk Sean Biedermann Ben Ryan Basil Kaaki Jon Cochrane Brian Alden Daryl Northrop Josh Graham Shawn McLin Sean Biedermann Brian Alden Scott Marino Shane Austin James Wilson Todd Minnier Nate Torok Dustin Thompson Ofer Finkler Holden Comeau Kevin Smith Paul Monyok Steve Medei Adam Carroll Curt Sawin Ed Adelman Jason Eby Matt Stasiunas Bob Bantley Ryan O’Niell Nick Ankosko John Hauser Nick Ankosko Shane Austin Matt Salig Sean Biedermann Spencer Maglich Patrick Schirk Josh Graham Adam Carroll Jason Eby Kirk Skoglund Ed Adelman

3rd

6:29.80

2001

4th

6:33.06

2003

4th

6:33.45

1999

5th

6.23.00

2014

5th

6:28.11

2010

5th

6:33.34

2008

5th

6:32.57

2007

6th

6:30.12

2009

6th

6:36.01

2005

7th

6:29.39

2011

7th

6:38.45

2004

7th

6:41.24

1998

7th

6:40.49

1992

8th

6:28.32

2015

8th

6:28.85

2013

8th

6:37.71

2006

8th

6:41.29

1993

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BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 200 MEDLEY RELAY

Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Bob Molettiere Nate Savoy James Wilson Shane Ryan Shane Austin Nate Savoy Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Brian McKenna Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Brian Hostetler Brian Palme David Boardman Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Basil Kaaki Brian Alden Josh Weaver Mark Zucca Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Dan Okoniewski David Boardman Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Nate Savoy James Wilson Sean Grier Shane Austin Patrick Schirk Mitch Scherer Tim Williams Vincent Reydams Josh Weaver Mike Laskowski Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Nick Boyce James Sloat Thad Davis Adam Carroll Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Shawn McLin Kyle Miranda Patrik Johansson Sean Swanepoel Jason Gray David Boardman Kevin Langer Greg Stacey Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Sean Swanepoel

1st

1:28.27

2000

2nd

1.24.89

2014

2nd

1:25.61

2012

2nd

1:28.17

1999

2nd

1:29.31

1997

3rd

1:25.94

2011

3rd

1:26.65

2010

3rd

1:27.78

2002

3rd

1:28.85

1998

4th

1:25.38

2013

4th

1:26.59

2009

4th

1:28.83

2001

4th

1:30.62

1992

5th

1:27.86

2007

5th

1:29.02

2005

5th

1:31.05

1995

8th

1:29.20

2008

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400 MEDLEY RELAY

Nate Savoy Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Shane Austin Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Brian Hostetler Nate Savoy Andy Schuehler Kyle Madley Shane Ryan Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Bob Molettiere Brian McKenna Mark Zucca Brent Creager Todd Minnier Nate Savoy James Wilson Shane Ryan John Hauser Josh Weaver Mark Zucca Brent Creager Todd Minnier Josh Weaver Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Todd Minnier Adam Carroll James Sloat Thad Davis Curt Sawin Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Sean Swanepoel Nick Boyce Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Josh Weaver James Sloat Kirk Skoglund Adam Carroll Patrick Schirk Brian Alden Tim Williams Basil Kaaki Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Sean Swanepoel Brian Palme David Boardman Mac Fraser Justin Martens Shawn McLin Kyle Miranda Patrik Johansson Daryl Northrop Shawn McLin Dan Velez Todd Minnier Daryl Northrop Brian Palme David Boardman Gavin Carscallen Greg Stacey Brian Palme David Boardman Alex Cunha Greg Stacey

2nd

3:09.09

2012

2nd

3:14.48

1999

3rd

3:08.01

2015

3rd

3:15.66

2000

3rd

3:17.10

2013

4th

3:08.01

2014

4th

3:15.66

2002

4th

3:15.66

2001

4th

3:16.81

1993

5th

3:10.58

2011

5th

3:12.96

2007

5th

3:19.06

1998

5th

3:15.84

1992

6th

3:13.63

2009

6th

3:13.71

2008

6th

3:20.99

1996

7th

3:16.46

2005

7th

3:16.95

2004

8th

3:18.46

1997

8th

3:21.08

1995

1-METER DIVING

Mike Alderman Chris Devine Mike Alderman Chris Devine Mike Alderman Adam Pierce Chris Alderman Chris Alderman Drew Jackson Drew Jackson Adam Pierce Seth Kane Seth Kane Steve Bohner

1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 5th 5th 6th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th

354.45 540.21 333.20 537.90 306.75 306.70 302.65 485.10 472.80 472.80 315.75 456.00 503.10 427.50

3-METER DIVING

Chris Devine Mike Alderman Marc Gastaldo Chris Alderman Drew Jackson Mike Alderman Drew Jackson Chris Devine Chris Alderman Chris Alderman

2nd 3rd 5th 6th 6th 7th 7th 7th 8th 8th

538.65 524.80 521.95 502.50 504.12 343.30 463.20 469.26 452.00 444.60

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 3rd 10th 13th 17th 20th

2nd 4th 10th 11th 13th 15th 17th 31st

6th 8th 14th 16th 24th 28th

8th 8th 8th 16th 18th 19th 20th

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2015 24th Place with 27 points

Shane Ryan Nate Savoy Nate Savoy Nate Savoy Shane Ryan Matt Grillo Bob Bantley Shane Austin Nate Savoy Andy Schuehler Kyle Madley Shane Ryan

JR SR SR SR JR JR SO SR SR SO SR JR

100 Backstroke (45.24) 200 Backstroke (1:40.50) 100 Backstroke (46.32) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:53.46)

SO SO JR JR SR SO SR JR FR SO SR SO SR JR SR SO JR

100 Backstroke (44.78) 100 Freestyle (42.32) 100 Backstroke (46.00) 200 Medley Relay (1:25.61)

400 Medley Relay (3:08.40)

400 Freestyle Relay (2:53.41)

50 Freestyle (19.44) 1,650 Freestyle (15:16.74)

2013 20th Place with 52 points

Nate Savoy James Wilson Sean Grier Shane Austin Nate Savoy James Wilson Sean Grier John Hauser Nate Savoy Nate Savoy John Hauser Nick Ankosko Seth Wensel Shane Austin Nick Ankosko

SO JR JR JR SO JR JR JR SO SO JR SO JR JR SO

200 Medley Relay (1:25.52)

FR FR SO SR SR FR SO SR SO SR SO SR SO SR SO SO SO SR SR

SR SO SO SR SR FR SR SO SO SO

200 IM (1:45.53) 100 Butterfly (47.06) 100 Backstroke (47.45) 100 Breaststroke (53.97) 100 Breaststroke (54.11) 200 Backstroke (1:44.11) 200 Breaststroke (1:58.33) 50 Freestyle (19.90) 200 Freestyle (1:38.09) 100 Freestyle (44.41)

9th 17th 19th 19th 23rd 26th 29th 30th 32nd 33rd 34th 34th 35th 40th 47th 52nd

Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Graham Risley Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Brian Alden Brian Alden Graham Risley Sean Grier Scott Marino Scott Marino Brian Alden Sean Grier Graham Risley Scott Marino Scott Marino Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Sean Grier Graham Risley Scott Marino Sean Grier Sean Grier Brian Alden Brian Alden Brian Alden

SO JR FR JR SO JR FR JR JR SO FR JR JR JR FR SO JR JR JR JR FR SO JR FR FR JR JR JR

200 Medley Relay (1:25.74)

2011 Tied-26th Place with 14 points

100 Backstroke (46.78) 200 Backstroke (1:42.79) 800 Freestyle Relay (6:28.99)

1650 Freestyle (15:06.03)

100 Backstroke (48.66) 200 Medley Relay (1:26.15)

400 Medley Relay (3:08.77)

27th 30th 37th

14th 14th 16th

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200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.40)

400 Freestyle Relay (2:57.91)

400 IM (3:48.27) 200 IM (1:45.52) 200 Breaststroke (1:57.48) 100 Breaststroke (54.37) 200 Backstroke (1:46.05) 100 Backstroke (47.98) 200 Breaststroke (1:59.04) 100 Butterfly (47.45) 100 Backstroke (48.13) 200 Freestyle (1:37.46) 100 Freestyle (44.27) 50 Freestyle (20.30)

Brian Alden Brian Alden Brian Alden

SO SO SO

200 Freestyle (1:36.27) 100 Freestyle (43.79) 50 Freestyle (19.98)

2009 32nd with 11 points

Patrick Schirk Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Patrick Schirk

SR SR FR JR SR SR

200 Backstroke (1:42.71) 200 Freestyle Relay (1:18.75)

100 Backstroke (47.90)

2008 NATIONAL CHAMPION PATRICK SCHIRK 21st 49th 53rd 65th

400 IM (3:48.66) 200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.02)

200 Butterfly (1:45.18) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:56.65)

400 Medley Relay (3:11.42)

2010 No Score

400 Medley Relay (3:08.42)

2012 17th Place with 54 points

Nate Savoy Nate Savoy Sean Grier Mitch Scherer Brian Alden Nate Savoy Sean Grier Mitch Scherer Shane Austin Scott Marino Shane Austin Brian Alden Sean Grier Scott Marino Matt Salig Shane Austin Sean Grier Brian Alden Scott Marino

Scott Marino Sean Grier Sean Grier Brian Alden Mitch Scherer Nate Savoy Mitch Scherer Shane Austin Matt Salig Shane Austin

200 Medley Relay (1:26.63)

2014 17th Place with 63 points

Shane Ryan Shane Ryan Nate Savoy Nate Savoy James Wilson Shane Ryan Shane Austin Nate Savoy Andy Schuehler Shane Ryan John Hauser Shane Ryan John Hauser Nate Savoy Shane Austin Shane Ryan Nick Ankosko

21st 21st 22nd 24th 25th 25th 26th 33rd 44th 46th

1st 8th 16th 17th

Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Basil Kaaki Jason Goldner Vincent Reydams Brian Alden Jason Goldner

SR FR JR SR SR FR SR

400 Freestyle Relay (2:56.33)

50 Freestyle (20.02) 50 Freestyle (20.09) 50 Freestyle (20.48)

2008 23rd with 33 points

Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Vincent Reydams Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Jason Goldner Vincent Reydams

JR JR JR SR SR JR JR

200 Backstroke (1:40.22) 100 Backstroke (47.29) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:57.99)

200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.16)

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY 41st 45th 47th

18th 18th 20th 20th 22nd 23rd 26th 28th 29th 30th 35th 35th 38th 51st

15th 32nd

13th 14th 18th 24th

23rd 24th

10th 23rd 23rd 26th 32nd

8th 9th 12th 13th 14th

Sean Swanepoel Jason Goldner Sean Biedermann Sean Biedermann Sean Biedermann Vincent Reydams

Patrick Schirk Vincent Reydams Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Sean Biedermann Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Tim Williams Dan Kaiserian Patrick Schirk Kyle Miranda Dan Kaiserian Sean Swanepoel Chris Sullivan Kyle Miranda Mike Alderman Tim Williams Mike Alderman Patrick Schirk Sean Biedermann Sean Biedermann Kyle Miranda Dan Kaiserian

SR JR SR SR SR JR

2007 No Score SO SO SR JR JR SO JR SO SR SO JR SR JR SO JR SR SO SR SO JR JR JR SR

200 Freestyle (1:38.10) 200 IM (1:50.11) 50 Freestyle (20.40)

200 Backstroke (1:44.08) 200 Freestyle Relay (1:20.55)

400 Medley Relay (3:16.06)

200 Medley Relay (1:29.86)

1,650 Freestyle (15:20.94) 200 Breaststroke (1:58.86) 3-meter Diving (305.90) 200 Butterfly (1:48.07) 1-meter Diving (275.70) 100 Backstroke (48.85) 200 IM (1:48.52) 200 Freestyle (1:38.92) 100 Breaststroke (55.08) 100 Freestyle (44.77)

2006 49th with two points

Adam Pierce Adam Pierce

SR SR

Adam Pierce Adam Pierce Marc Gastaldo Marc Gastaldo

2005 29th with 7 points JR JR SR SR

2004 No Score

Marc Gastaldo Marc Gastaldo

JR JR

1-meter Diving (300.85) 3-meter Diving (523.85) 1-meter Diving (286.20) 3-meter Diving (483.50)

3-meter Diving (483.60) 1-meter Diving (267.95)

2003 34th with seven points

Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Mike Alderman Mike Alderman Eugene Botes

3-meter Diving (307.60) 1-meter Diving (248.90)

SR SR FR FR SR

100 Butterfly (47.01) 100 Freestyle (43.91) 3-meter Diving (298.55) 1-meter Diving (265.55) 50 Freestyle (20.18)

2002 15th with 54 points

Steve Bohner Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Todd Minnier Josh Weaver Eugene Botes Mark Zucca Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Josh Weaver

SR JR SR SR SO SR JR FR SR SR SR

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1-meter Diving (311.05) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:55.23)

400 Medley Relay (3:16.56)

500 Freestyle (4:21.19) 200 Medley Relay (1:29.96)

17th 17th 22nd 23rd 26th 27th 30th 32nd 39th 43rd 48th 42nd

10th 10th 10th 10th 11th 12th 13th 13th 14th 17th 19th 19th 19th 24th 26th 27th 29th 30th 33rd 34th 37th 39th 44th 44th 44th

7th 12th 15th 15th

Mark Zucca Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Paul Kirk Eugene Botes Andrew Hartner Bob Molettiere Josh Weaver Todd Minnier Andrew Hartner Todd Minnier Mark Zucca

FR JR SR JR JR SR FR JR SO SR SR SO SO SO FR

100 Freestyle (43.66) 100 Butterfly (47.55) 50 Freestyle (20.02) 1650 Freestyle (15:21.61) 50 Freestyle (20.05) 200 Backstroke (1:47.08) 100 Freestyle (44.22) 200 Backstroke (1:47.77) 100 Butterfly (48.84) 200 Freestyle (1:40.40) 100 Freestyle (45.14) 100 Breaststroke (57.23)

2001 16th with 72.5 points

Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Todd Minnier Matt Haupt John Retrum Brian Hostetler Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere John Retrum Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Todd Minnier John Retrum John Retrum Brian Hostetler Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Martin Schierhorn Eugene Botes John Retrum Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Todd Minnier Chris Alderman Joe Peresan John Retrum Todd Minnier Chris Alderman Joe Peresan Steve Bohner Todd Minnier Matt Haupt Steve Bohner Brian Hostetler Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Matt Haupt Bob Molettiere

JR JR FR SO SR SR SO JR SR JR SO FR SR SR SR SR SO JR JR JR SO SR SR SO FR SR SR SR FR SR SR JR FR SO JR SR SR SO SO JR

500 Freestyle (4:19.66) 800 Freestyle Relay (6:30.85)

200 Freestyle Relay (1:19.58)

400 Freestyle Relay (2:56.09)

200 Freestyle (1:36.67) 200 Medley Relay (1:28.94)

50 Freestyle (19.94) 200 Freestyle (1:36.77) 100 Freestyle (47.69) 400 Medley Relay (3:16.95)

1-meter Diving (272.15) 400 IM (3:50.65) 200 Backstroke (1:45.68) 200 Butterfly (1:46.70) 3-meter Diving (460.70) 200 Breaststroke (2:00.91) 1-meter Diving (243.05) 100 Butterfly (48.63) 100 Butterfly (48.72) 3-meter Diving (435.20) 500 Freestyle (20.27) 200 IM (1:49.80) 50 Freestyle (20.36) 200 IM (1:50.67) 100 Freestyle (44.67)

2000* 19th with 42 points

Kevin Smith Martin Schierhorn Holden Comeau Bob Molettiere Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Holden Comeau Bob Molettiere Holden Comeau Bob Molettiere Kevin Smith John Retrum Josh Weaver

SR SO SR SO SO SR SR SO SR SO SR JR SO

800 Freestyle Relay (7:13.87)

200 Medley Relay (1:38.64)

400 Freestyle Relay (3:19.87)

400 Medley Relay (3:38.64)

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Matt Teeter SR Gavin Carscallen SR Holden Comeau SR 17th John Retrum JR 200 Freestyle (1:48.19) 18th Josh Weaver SO 200 Backstroke (1:57.75) 21st Josh Weaver SO 100 Backstroke (54.51) 21st Gavin Carscallen SR 100 Butterfly (53.98) 22nd Chris Alderman JR 3-meter Diving (487.10) 23rd Matt Teeter SR 100 Breaststroke (1:01.92) 24th Martin Schierhorn SO 400 Freestyle (3:50.74) 26th Matt Teeter SR 200 Breaststroke (2:16.46) 29th Chris Alderman JR 1-meter Diving (425.55) 30th Martin Schierhorn SO 200 Freestyle (1:49.04) 34th Kevin Smith SR 200 Freestyle (1:49.34) 44th Holden Comeau SR 100 Freestyle (50.04) 45th Bob Molettiere SO 50 Freestyle (22.76) 49th Holden Comeau SR 200 Freestyle (1:50.91) 59th Bob Molettiere SO 100 Freestyle (50.76) * — Swimming events competed in meters for 2000 meet

9th 13th 14th 14th 15th 15th 17th 22nd 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 26th 28th 29th 30th 31st 33rd 34th 35th 36th 45th 50th 52nd 53rd

17th 19th 20th

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1999 20th with 41 points

Martin Schierhorn Holden Comeau Kevin Smith John Retrum Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Holden Comeau Martin Schierhorn Josh Weaver Matt Teeter Gavin Carscallen Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Gavin Carscallen Bob Molettiere Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau Brian Hostetler Matt Teeter Martin Schierhorn Holden Comeau Bob Molettiere Kevin Smith Steve Bohner Josh Weaver Brian McKenna Josh Weaver Bob Molettiere John Retrum Brian Hostetler Steve Bohner Holden Comeau Holden Comeau Daniel Okoniewski Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler

Daniel Okoniewski Greg Stacey Brian Hostetler Hogan Thomas Drew Jackson Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey

FR JR JR SO FR JR JR JR FR FR JR JR SO FR SR SO JR JR FR SR SO JR SO JR FR JR FR JR FR FR SO FR FR SO SO FR JR JR SR SR SO

1998 No Score JR SR FR FR SR JR FR SR

800 Freestyle Relay (6:31.11)

400 Medley Relay (3:15.47)

500 Freestyle (4:23.35) 200 Medley Relay (1:29.24)

200 Freestyle Relay (1:20.71)

100 Butterfly (47.81) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:59.27)

50 Freestyle (19.98) 100 Breaststroke (55.53) 200 Freestyle (1:37.81) 200 Freestyle (1:37.95) 50 Freestyle (20.10) 200 Freestyle (1:38.12) 1-meter Diving (425.95) 200 Backstroke (1:47.09) 100 Backstroke (49.62) 100 Backstroke (49.64) 100 Freestyle (44.58) 200 Freestyle (1:38.66) 100 Butterfly (49.52) 3-meter Diving (363.50) 100 Freestyle (44.89) 50 Freestyle (20.46) 100 Freestyle (45.21) 50 Freestyle (20.63) 100 Freestyle (45.46)

200 Freestyle Relay (1:20.82)

1-meter Diving (463.00) 400 Freestyle Relay (3:04.30)

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22nd 24th 26th 28th 30th 45th 52nd 57th 58th 59th 60th

30th 30th 32nd 22nd

18th 22nd 23rd 30th 33rd

15th 18th 21st 29th 34th 34th

3rd 5th

16th 19th 31st 35th 49th

16th 17th 31st 33rd

16th 18th 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 41st 44th

16th

Hogan Thomas Seth Kane Drew Jackson Chris Alderman Chris Alderman Seth Kane Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Daniel Okoniewski Brian Hostetler Daniel Okoniewski Greg Stacey

JR JR JR JR

1-meter Diving (438.40) 3-meter Diving (423.60) 1-meter Diving (435.75) 3-meter Diving (464.00)

1996 No Score

Chip Berry Chip Berry Chip Berry Drew Jackson Drew Jackson

Chris Devine Chris Devine

3-meter Diving (471.15) 3-meter Diving (463.20) 3-meter Diving (460.25) 1-meter Diving (430.75) 1-meter Diving (421.05) 50 Freestyle (20.40) 50 Freestyle (20.50) 100 Freestyle (45.46) 100 Freestyle (45.70) 50 Freestyle (20.63) 100 Freestyle (45.92)

1997 No Score

Seth Kane Seth Kane Drew Jackson Drew Jackson

Chris Devine Chris Devine Drew Jackson Drew Jackson Ryan Smith Ryan Smith

FR SR SR FR FR SR FR SR JR FR JR SR

SR SR SR SO SO

1,650 Freestyle (15:24.32) 500 Freestyle (4:25.18) 400 IM (3:56.06) 3-meter Diving (414.90) 1-meter Diving (408.40)

1995 29th with 13 points SR SR FR FR SR SR

1994 24th with 30 points JR JR

3-meter Diving (487.10) 1-meter Diving (526.65) 3-meter Diving (470.30) 1-meter Diving (411.70) 1-meter Diving (380.95) 3-meter Diving (402.00)

1-meter Diving (560.50) 3-meter Diving (578.15)

1993 Tied-41st with one point

Adam Carroll Thad Davis Ryan Smith Ryan Smith Adam Carroll

SR SR SO SO SR

100 Backstroke (49.26) 100 Butterfly (48.51) 1-meter Diving (404.20) 3-meter Diving (371.55) 100 Freestyle (45.16)

1992 35th with five points

Chris Devine Chris Devine Mike Westwood Mike Westwood

Jeff Eagles Adam Carroll Nick Boyce Walter Sopp Thad Davis Nick Boyce James Sloat Walter Sopp Nick Boyce James Sloat Walter Sopp

Jeff Eagles

FR FR JR JR

1-meter Diving (447.65) 3-meter Diving (466.50) 3-meter Diving (406.10) 1-meter Diving (367.70)

1991 42nd with one point SR SO JR SR SO JR SO SR JR SO SR

3-meter Diving (460.85) 400 Freestyle Relay (2:59.43)

200 Backstroke (1:48.77) 200 Breaststroke (2:01.10) 200 Freestyle (1:39.59) 100 Backstroke 100 Breaststroke (56.53) 50 Freestyle (20.69)

1990** 40th with one point JR

3-meter Diving

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP HISTORY Nick Boyce SO Nick Boyce SO James Sloat FR Nick Boyce SO James Sloat FR Thad Davis FR Walter Sopp JR Adam Carroll FR Nick Boyce SO Walter Sopp JR Thad Davis FR Steve Zamborsky JR D.J. Hill SR Walter Sopp JR Adam Carroll FR Andrew Van Winkle SR Thad Davis FR Nick Boyce SO James Sloat FR Thad Davis FR Walter Sopp JR **—Records are incomplete for this meet

13th 16th 25th 28th 28th 33rd 38th 39th

20th 27th 32nd 41st 42nd 43rd

23rd 28th

15th 23rd

100 Backstroke 200 Backstroke 200 Breaststroke 200 Medley Relay

400 Freestyle Relay

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 200 Freestyle Relay

400 Medley Relay

1989 33rd with nine points

Dave Rafferty Brian Wentzel Mike Milkus Walter Sopp Dave Rafferty Nick Boyce Steve Wukitch Dave Rafferty Brian Wentzel Dave Rafferty Nick Boyce Stephen Wukitch Mike Miklus Brian Wentzel Nick Boyce Dave Rafferty Brian Wentzel Mike Milkus Walter Sopp Dave Rafferty Nick Boyce

Dave Rafferty Dave Rafferty Dave Rafferty Steve Wukitch Steve Wukitch Steve Wukitch

Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney

Brad Kreisher Brad Kreisher

SR SR SR SO SR FR JR SR SR SR FR JR SR SR FR SR SR SR SO SR FR

1987 No Score SO SO SO FR FR FR

400 Freestyle Relay (2:58.60)

200 Butterfly (1:48.35) 400 Medley Relay (3:21.12)

200 Freestyle (1:38.89) 200 Medley Relay (1:32.08)

200 Backstroke (1:50.78) 200 Freestyle Relay

50 Freestyle (20.76) 100 Backstroke (51.00)

200 Freestyle (1:37.13) 50 Freestyle (20.51) 100 Freestyle (44.99) 200 Breaststroke (2:04.38) 100 Breaststroke (56.90) 200 IM (1:52.22)

1986 No Score SR SR

100 Butterfly (49.18) 200 Butterfly (1:49.52)

1985 36th with two points SR SR

1-meter Diving (461.05) 3-meter DIving (344.20)

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17th 27th 21st

21st 24th

22nd 32nd

21st 24th

21st 24th

22nd 40th

54th 72nd 78th

72nd

87 (2005)

Jim Ebert

SR

1984 No Score

Brad Kreisher Dale Dmitrzak Dale Dmitrzak

JR SR SR

Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello

Dale Dmitrzak Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello Mike Cecatiello

Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello

Dale Dmitrzak Mike Cecatiello

Steve Rode Steve Rode

Rich Maurone Scott Linnon Scott Linnon

Rich Maurone Rich Maurone Jim Rightley Jim Rightley

Rich Maurone

3-meter Diving (208.65)

1-meter Diving (316.30) 1-meter Diving (200.75) 3-meter Diving (332.35)

1983 27th with 6 points JR JR

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving (328.65)

1982 No Score SO SO SO SO

3-meter Diving (321.45) 1-meter Diving (189.20) 1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving

1981 No Score JR JR

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving (328.65)

1980 No Score JR JR

1977 No Score SO SO

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving (328.65)

200 Breaststroke (2:06.60) 100 Breaststroke (58.74)

1976 No Score JR JR JR

1-meter Diving (109.02) 1-meter Diving (86.64) 3-meter Diving (71.34)

1975** No Score SO SO SR SR

1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving 1-meter Diving 3-meter Diving

1974 No Score FR

3-meter Diving (75.09)

1973** No Score

George Eiwen George Eiwen

100 Breaststroke 200 Breaststroke

1945-72** **—Records are incomplete from these years

4th 4th 6th

11th (1944)

Best Swimming Individual Finish: 1st (Patrick Schirk, 2002) Best Diving Individual Finish:

28th

5th

1944 11th with four points

Abel Gilbert Abel Gilbert Abel Gilbert

220 Freestyle (2:16.10) 1500m Freestyle (21:48.00) 440 Freestyle (5:07.10)

1943 14th with one point

R.E. Cowell

150 Backstroke (1:42.00)

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK 50 FREESTYLE

School Record 19.36, Shane Ryan, 2014 McCoy Natatorium Record 20.14, John Hauser, Penn State, 2013 1. Shane Ryan 19.36 2014 2. Vincent Reydams 19.56 2009 3. Bob Molettiere 19.68 2002 4. Brian Hostetler 19.75 1999 5. Brian Alden 19.78 2010 6. Shane Austin 19.80 2012 7. John Hauser 19.81 2014 8. Basil Kaaki 19.85 2010 9. Eugene Botes 19.89 2002 10. Jason Goldner 19.99 2009

100 FREESTYLE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Shane Ryan 2. Eugene Botes 3. Vincent Reydams 4. John Hauser 5. Bob Molettiere 6. Brian Alden 7. Shane Austin 8. Todd Minnier 9. Jason Goldner 10. Dan Kaiserian

42.08, Shane Ryan, 2014 44.39, John Hauser, Penn State, 2013

42.08 42.90 43.05 43.44 43.60 43.75 43.85 43.88 43.98 44.04

2014 2002 2009 2014 2002 2009 2012 2004 2009 2007

200 FREESTYLE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. John Hauser 2. Brian Alden 3. Todd Minnier 4. John Retrum 5. Martin Schierhorn T6. Nick Ankosko T6. Matt Stasiunas 8. Ben Ryan 9. Dave Rafferty 10. Holden Comeau

1:34.88, John Hauser, 2014 1:37.22, Dan Ketchum, Michigan, 2002

1:34.88 1:35.49 1:36.17 1:36.57 1:36.67 1:36.84 1:36.84 1:36.86 1:37.13 1:37.36

2014 2010 2004 2001 2002 2014 2014 2009 1987 2000

500 FREESTYLE

School Record 4:17.65, Nick Ankosko, 2014 McCoy Natatorium Record 4:25.32, Tim Siciliano, Michigan, 1999 1. Nick Ankosko 4:17.65 2014 2. Matt Stasiunas 4:19.27 2014 3. Martin Schierhorn 4:19.30 2001 4. John Hauser 4:21.39 2014 5. Chris Sullivan 4:23.23 2009 6. Ben Ryan 4:24.72 2010 7. Jon Cochrane 4:25.05 2010 8. James Berry 4:25.18 1996 9. Ryan Deweese 4:25.45 2008 10. Todd Minnier 4:26.58 2002

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1,000 FREESTYLE

School Record 9:04.51, Nick Ankosko, 2012 McCoy Natatorium Record 9:07.78, Chris Thompson, Michigan, 1999 1. Nick Ankosko 2. Chris Sullivan 3. Paul Monyok 3. Kurtis Ratcliff 5. Matt Stasiunas 6. Martin Schierhorn 7. Willie Gordon 8. James Berry 9. Paul Kirk 10. Ben Ryan

9:04.51 9:12.02 9:13.51 9:13.51 9:15.40 9:15.47 9:15.71 9:16.81 9:16.89 9:17.37

2012 2007 1999 2012 2014 2001 2003 1995 2002 2007

1,650 FREESTYLE

School Record 15:05.32, Nick Ankosko, 2012 McCoy Natatorium Record 15:05.75, Chris Thompson, Michigan, 1999 1. Nick Ankosko 15:05.32 2012 2. Chris Sullivan 15:11.58 2007 3. Matt Stasiunas 15:11.65 2014 4. Kurt Ratcliff 15:17.97 2012 5. Paul Kirk 15:19.13 2002 6. David Kraft 15:19.28 2007 7. James Berry 15:20.84 1996 8. Martin Schierhorn 15:20.91 2001 9. Daniel Calderon 15:21.12 2008 10. Erik Gordon 15:22.18 2003

100 BACKSTROKE

School Record 44.78, Shane Ryan, 2014 McCoy Natatorium Record 48.58, Josh Weaver, Penn State, 1999 1. Shane Ryan 44.78 2014 2. Nate Savoy 46.36 2013 3. Sean Grier 45.71 2013 4. Patrick Schirk 46.51 2009 5. Graham Risley 47.27 2011 6. Kyle Madley 47.97 2014 7. Josh Weaver 48.31 1999 8. Adam Carroll 48.52 1993 9. Daniel Fimbianti 48.57 2010 10. Thomas Mershon 48.65 2012

200 BACKSTROKE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Patrick Schirk 2. Nate Savoy 3. Dan Fimbianti 4. Thomas Mershon 5. Josh Weaver 6. Sean Grier 7. Andrew Hartner 8. John Retrum 9. Jeff Gomez 10. Shane Ryan

1:40.22, Patrick Schirk, 2008 1:46.11, Josh Weaver, Penn State, 1999

1:40.22 1:40.60 1:44.48 1:45.05 1:45.18 1:45.54 1:45.65 1:45.68 1:46.04 1:46.16

2008 2013 2010 2012 1999 2013 2002 2001 2011 2013

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK 100 BREASTSTROKE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Mitch Scherer 2. Andy Schuehler 3. Brian Alden 4. James Wilson 5. Kyle Miranda 6. Matt Teeter 7. Brent Sanderson 8. Jeff Young 9. Chris Cipolla 10. Dan Velez

52.96, Mitch Scherer, 2011 53.93, Hansen, Haverford HS, 1999

52.96 53.31 53.51 53.87 54.27 54.92 55.14 55.50 55.51 55.54

2011 2014 2012 2014 2006 1999 2012 2013 2014 2004

200 BREASTSTROKE

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Mitch Scherer 2. Andy Schuehler 3. Scott Marino 4. Chris Cipolla 5. Kyle Miranda 6. Joe Peresan 7. Jonathan Ekstrom 8. James Sloat 9. Chris Ippoliti 10. Andy Archer

1:56.63, Mitch Scherer, 2011 2:00.61, Chadsey, Florida, 2002

1:56.63 1:57.63 1:58.23 1:58.63 1:58.86 2:00.03 2:00.52 2:00.77 2:00.87 2:00.99

2011 2014 2011 2014 2007 2001 2014 1993 2005 1993

200 BUTTERFLY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Matt Salig 2. Tim Williams 3. Todd Minnier 4. Kyle Madley 5. Matt Haupt 6. Brent Creager 7. Dave Rafferty 8. Kurt Ratcliff 9. Luke Bushman 10. Dustin Thompson

1:44.18 1:44.61 1:46.65 1:46.71 1:47.12 1:47.25 1:47.31 1:47.50 1:47.80 1:47.84

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Scott Marino 2. Nate Savoy 3. Matt Salig 4. Joe Peresan 5. Sean Biedermann 6. Graham Risley 7. Andy Schuehler 8. Tim Williams 9. Scott Heil 10. Thomas Mershon

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record

1. Sean Grier 2. Eugene Botes 3. Gavin Carscallen T4. Tim Williams T4. Shane Ryan 6. Todd Minnier 7. Basil Kaaki 8. Brent Creager 9. Patrik Johansson 10. Thad Davis

1. Scott Marino 2. Joe Peresan 3. Matthew Salig 4. Jaffrey Clark 5. Chris Cipolla 6. Matt Cox 7. Kevin Glenn 8. Dustin Thompson 9. Kurt Ratcliff 10. Nate Savoy

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2013 2002 1999 2009 2014 2001 2010 2002 2005 1993

2012 2008 2001 2014 2003 2002 1989 2012 2010 2004

200 IM

1:44.62, Scott Marino, 2011 1:49.53, Tim Siciliano, Michigan, 2002

1:44.62 1:45.42 1:46.02 1:47.32 1:47.71 1:47.82 1:48.00 1:48.28 1:48.48 1:48.50

100 BUTTERFLY School Record 46.00, Sean Grier, 2013 McCoy Natatorium Record 48.04, Eugene Botes, Penn State, 2003 46.00 47.01 47.55 47.56 47.56 47.88 48.02 48.03 48.04 48.08

1:44.18, Matt Salig, 2012 1:46.88, Raab, Virginia, 2004

2011 2014 2012 2001 2007 2011 2014 2009 2014 2012

400 IM

3:46.08 3:50.24 3:50.26 3:51.38 3:51.56 3:52.58 3:53.22 3:53.99 3:54.40 3:54.56

3:46.08, Scott Marino, 2011 3:54.13, Greenwood, Virginia, 2002 2011 2001 2014 2001 2014 2009 2014 2004 2012 2011

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PENN STATE RECORD BOOK 200 FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. Vincent Reydams, Brian Alden, Basil Kaaki, Jason Goldner 2. Shane Ryan, John Hauser, Nate Savoy, Shane Austin 3. Vincent Reydams, Brian Alden, Basil Kaaki, Jason Goldner 4. Vincent Reydams, Brian Alden, Basil Kaaki, Jason Goldner 5. Vincent Reydams, Brian Alden, Basil Kaaki, Jason Goldner

1:17.83, 2009 1:20.10, Michigan, 2014 1:17.83

2009

1:17.93

2014

1:17.95

2009

1:18.26

2009

1:18.38

2009

1. 2. 3. T-4. T-4.

2:51.32, 2014 2:57.05, Michigan, 2014

Shane Ryan, John Hauser, Nate Savoy, Shane Austin Shane Ryan, John Hauser, Nate Savoy, Shane Austin Shane Ryan, John Hauser, Nate Savoy, Shane Austin Sean Swanepoel, Vincent Reydams, Jason Goldner, Sean Biedermann Eugene Botes, Bob Molettiere, Martin Schierhorn, Todd Minnier

1. 2. 3. T4. 4.

1:24.89, 2014 1:28.03, Michigan, 2014

Nate Savoy, James Wilson, Shane Ryan, Shane Austin Nate Savoy, James Wilson, Sean Grier, Shane Austin Nate Savoy, James Wilson, Sean Grier, Shane Austin Nate Savoy, James Wilson, Shane Ryan, Shane Austin Nate Savoy, Mitch Scherer, Sean Grier, Brian Alden

1:24.89

2014

1:25.38

2013

1:25.52

2013

1:25.61

2014

1:25.61

2012

400 MEDLEY RELAY

400 FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record

200 MEDLEY RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record

2:51.32

2014

2:53.37

2014

2:53.41

2014

2:53.68

2008

2:53.68

2002

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

3:07.51, 2014 3:18.38, Michigan, 2014

Nate Savoy, Andy Schuehler, 3:07.51 2014 Shane Ryan, John Hauser Nate Savoy, Mitch Scherer, 3:07.62 2012 Sean Grier, Shane Austin Nate Savoy, John Wilson, 3:08.01 2014 Shane Ryan, John Hauser Nate Savoy, James Wilson, 3:08.31 2013 Sean Grier, John Hauser Nate Savoy, Andy Schuehler, 3:08.40 2014 Shane Ryan, John Hauser

800 FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record McCoy Natatorium Record 1. 2. 3. T-4. T-4.

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6:23.00, 2014 6:38.48, Michigan, 1999

John Hauser, Matt Stasiunas, 6:23.00 Bob Bantley, Scott Heil Brian Alden, Ben Ryan, 6:28.11 Luke Bushman, Jon Cochrane John Hauser, Nick Ankosko, 6:28.85 Shane Austin, Matt Salig John Hauser, Nick Ankosko 6:28.99 Seth Wensel, Shane Austin Matt Salig, Scott Marino, 6:28.99 Seth Wensel, Shane Austin

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2014 2010 2013 2013 2012

1999 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS


YEARLY TOP TIMES 50 FREESTYLE 2014-15 Shane Ryan 2013-14 Shane Ryan 2012-13 Shane Austin 2011-12 Shane Austin 2010-11 Brian Alden 2009-10 Brian Alden 2008-09 Vincent Reydams 2007-08 Vincent Reydams 2006-07 Vincent Reydams 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Daryl Northrop 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Eugene Botes 2001-02 Bob Molettiere 2000-01 Bob Molettiere 1999-00 Bob Molettiere 1998-99 Brian Hostetler 1997-98 Greg Stacey 1996-97 Greg Stacey 1995-96 Greg Stacey 1994-95 Greg Stacey 1993-94 Sean Anderson 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Adam Carroll 1990-91 Walt Sopp 1989-90 Walt Sopp 1988-89 Walt Sopp 1987-88 unavailable 100 FREESTYLE 2014-15 Shane Ryan 2013-14 Shane Ryan 2012-13 John Hauser 2011-12 Shane Austin 2010-11 Brian Alden 2009-10 Brian Alden 2008-09 Vincent Reydams 2007-08 Sean Swanepoel 2006-07 Dan Kaiserian 2005-06 Sean Swanepoel 2004-05 Daryl Northrop 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Eugene Botes 2001-02 Eugene Botes 2000-01 Bob Molettiere 1999-00 Holden Comeau 1998-99 Bob Molettiere 1997-98 Dan Okoniewski 1996-97 Greg Stacey 1995-96 Greg Stacey 1994-95 Greg Stacey 1993-94 Greg Stacey 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Adam Carroll 1990-91 Walt Sopp 1989-90 Walt Sopp 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 unavailable

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19.49 19.36 19.87 19.80 20.03 19.78 19.56 19:95 20.32 20.43 20.71 20.20 20.18 19.68 19.80 19.93 19.75 20.11 20.17 20.42 20.51 20.67 20.68 20.62 20.42 20.66 20.49

42.80 42.08 43.85 43.85 43.99 43.79 43.05 44:12 44.04 44.47 45.57 43.88 43.91 42.90 43.72 44.16 43.74 44.42 44.91 44.92 45.05 45.20 44.30 45.09 44.26 44.47

200 FREESTYLE 2014-15 Matt Stasiunas 2013-14 John Hauser 2012-13 John Hauser 2011-12 Matt Salig 2010-11 Brian Alden 2009-10 Brian Alden 2008-09 Ben Ryan 2007-08 Sean Biedermann 2006-07 Sean Biedermann 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Josh Graham 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Todd Minnier 2001-02 Martin Schierhorn 2000-01 John Retrum 1999-00 Holden Comeau 1998-99 Holden Comeau 1997-98 Holden Comeau 1996-97 Holden Comeau 1995-96 unavailable 1994-95 unavailable 1993-94 Jason Eby 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Curt Sawin 1990-91 Adam Carroll 1989-90 Walt Sopp 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 unavailable 500 FREESTYLE 2014-15 Nick Ankosko 2013-14 Nick Ankosko 2012-13 Nick Ankosko 2011-12 Nick Ankosko 2010-11 Luke Bushman 2009-10 Ben Ryan 2008-09 Chris Sullivan 2007-08 Ryan DeWeese 2006-07 Ryan DeWeese 2005-06 Ryan DeWeese 2004-05 Dustin Thompson 2003-04 Dustin Thompson 2002-03 Todd Minnier 2001-02 Martin Schierhorn 2000-01 Martin Schierhorn 1999-00 Martin Schierhorn 1998-99 Martin Schierhorn 1997-98 Steve Hodgins 1996-97 Tom Houck 1995-96 Chip Berry 1994-95 Chip Berry 1993-94 George Reimer 1992-93 Chip Berry 1991-92 Jason Eby 1990-91 Adam Carroll 1989-90 Phil Meyer 1988-89 Phil Meyer 1987-88 unavailable

1:36.46 1:34.88 1:36.62 1:38.09 1:36.90 1:35.49 1:36.86 1:37.68 1:37.58 1:38.40 1:40.46 1:36.17 1:36.97 1:36.67 1:36.57 1:37.36 1:37.59 1:38.48 1:39.23 1:39.81 1:37.85 1:40.03 1:37.97 1:38.43

4:20.79 4:17.65 4:18.56 4:20.99 4:28.63 4:24.72 4:23.23 4:25.45 4:26.26 4:25.99 4:34.10 4:30.47 4:26.58 4:21.79 4:19.30 4:24.42 4:22.67 4:31.70 4:31.49 4:25.18 4:26.47 4:27.49 4:30.96 4:34.22 4:30.13 4:30.42 4:30.13

1,000 FREESTYLE 2014-15 Matt Stasiunas 2013-14 Nick Ankosko 2012-13 Nick Ankosko 2011-12 Nick Ankosko 2010-11 Luke Bushman 2009-10 Colin Quirk 2008-09 Colin Quirk 2007-08 Chris Sullivan 2006-07 Chris Sullivan 2005-06 David Kraft 2004-05 Dustin Thompson 2003-04 Pat Healy 2002-03 Willie Gordon 2001-02 Paul Kirk 2000-01 Martin Schierhorn 1999-00 Ryan Semels 1998-99 Paul Monyok 1997-98 Steve Hodgins 1996-97 Paul Monyok 1995-96 unavailable 1994-95 Chip Berry 1993-94 Chip Berry 1992-93 Chip Berry 1991-92 Phil Meyer 1990-91 Lucas Shelly 1989-90 Phil Meyer 1988-89 Brad Semle 1987-88 Brad Semle

2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

1,650 FREESTYLE Matt Stasiunas Nick Ankoski Nick Ankosko Nick Ankosko Josh Wakeley Ben Ryan Josh Wakeley David Kraft Chris Sullivan David Kraft Dustin Thompson Pat Healy Erik Gordon Paul Kirk Martin Schierhorn Ryan Semels Steve Hodgins Steve Hodgins Tom Houck Chip Berry George Reimer George Reimer Chip Berry Lucas Shelly Phil Meyer Phil Meyer Brad Semle Brad Semle

9:20.63 9:09.55 9:05.45 9:04.51 9:28.02 9:29.35 9:21.92 9:12.83 9:12.07 9:22.41 9:25.76 9:30.08 9:15.71 9:16.89 9:15.47 9:27.93 9:13.51 9:25.83 9:30.92 9:16.89 9:16.92 9:20.22 9:23.74 9:38.34 9:29.69 9:23.32 9:30.36

15:27.68 15:10.97 15:06.03 15:05.32 15:31.28 15:32.15 15:27.82 15:19.76 15:11.58 15:38.32 15:56.55 15:43.41 15:22.18 15:19.13 15:20.91 15:51.63 15:33.37 15:36.80 15:50.40 15:20.84 15:25.43 15:26.49 15:27.46 15:44.89 15:48.73 15:41.31 15:28.34 15:47.90

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YEARLY TOP TIMES 100 BACKSTROKE 2014-15 Shane Ryan 2013-14 Shane Ryan 2012-13 Sean Grier 2011-12 Nate Savoy 2010-11 Graham Risley 2009-10 Dan Fimbianti 2008-09 Patrick Schirk 2007-08 Patrick Schirk 2006-07 Patrick Schirk 2005-06 Patrick Schirk 2004-05 Shawn McLin 2003-04 Shawn McLin 2002-03 John Lutz 2001-02 Josh Weaver 2000-01 Josh Weaver 1999-00 Josh Weaver 1998-99 Josh Weaver 1997-98 Brian McKenna 1996-97 Brian Palme 1995-96 Brian Palme 1994-95 Brian Palme 1993-94 Gene Lupinski 1992-93 Adam Carroll 1991-92 Nick Boyce 1990-91 Nick Boyce 1989-90 Nick Boyce 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 Walt Sopp 200 BACKSTROKE 2014-15 Nate Savoy 2013-14 Nate Savoy 2012-13 Nate Savoy 2011-12 Nate Savoy 2010-11 Thomas Mershon 2009-10 Dan Fimbianti 2008-09 Patrick Schirk 2007-08 Patrick Schirk 2006-07 Patrick Schirk 2005-06 Patrick Schirk 2004-05 Shawn McLin 2003-04 Nate Torok 2002-03 Jaffrey Clark 2001-02 Andrew Hartner 2000-01 John Retrum 1999-00 Josh Weaver 1998-99 Josh Weaver 1997-98 Gavin Carscallen 1996-97 Brian Palme 1995-96 Brian Palme 1994-95 Jason Eby 1993-94 Mac Fraser 1992-93 Matt Myers 1991-92 Nick Boyce 1990-91 Nick Boyce 1989-90 Nick Boyce 1988-89 Walt Sopp 1987-88 unavailable

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45.24 44.78 45.71 46.60 47.27 48.57 46.51 46:84 46.99 49.09 50.18 49.36 49.91 48.78 49.38 48.68 48.31 49.63 48.72 50.16 50.37 50.36 48.52 49.15 50.07 50.32 51.55

1:40.25 1:41.16 1:40.69 1:42.56 1:45.24 1:44.48 1:40.63 1:40.22 1:42.37 1:45.34 1:50.27 1:46.99 1:49.45 1:45.65 1:45.68 1:45.80 1:45.18 1:47.62 1:48.30 1:50.89 1:50.38 1:49.86 1:49.82 1:47.22 1:48.77 1:50.45 1:51.55

100 BREASTSTROKE 2014-15 Andy Schuehler 2013-14 Andy Schuehler 2012-13 James Wilson 2011-12 Mitch Scherer 2010-11 Mitch Scherer 2009-10 Mitch Scherer 2008-09 Mitch Scherer 2007-08 Kyle Miranda 2006-07 Kyle Miranda 2005-06 Kyle Miranda 2004-05 Kyle Miranda 2003-04 Dan Velez 2002-03 Dan Velez 2001-02 Mark Zucca 2000-01 Mike Laskowski 1999-00 Matt Teeter 1998-99 Matt Teeter 1997-98 Matt Teeter 1996-97 David Boardman 1995-96 David Boardman 1994-95 David Boardman 1993-94 Mike Smith 1992-93 Andy Archer 1991-92 James Sloat 1990-91 James Sloat 1989-90 Drew Van Winkle 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 unavailable

2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

200 BREASTSTROKE Jonathan Ekstrom Andy Schuehler Chris Cipolla Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Scott Marino Kyle Miranda Kyle Miranda Kyle Miranda Kyle Miranda Dan Velez Dan Velez Mark Zucca Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Matt Teeter Matt Teeter Gilad Chen Gilad Chen Gilad Chen James Sloat James Sloat James Sloat James Sloat Drew Van Winkle Drew Van Winkle

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53.43 53.31 54.09 53.21 52.96 54.56 54.12 55:94 54.81 54.27 55.40 55.54 55.93 55.85 56.11 55.34 54.92 55.10 55.84 56.07 56.70 57.39 55.64 56.48 56.01 57.26

1:58.52 1:57.63 2:00.84 1:56.78 1:56.93 2:00.61 2:00.99 2:02.45 1:58.86 2:01.09 1:59.81 2:01.08 2:01.79 2:01.50 2:00.36 2:01.57 2:00.72 2:01.04 2:02.69 2:01.43 2:02.54 2:05.50 2:00.77 2:02.58 2:01.08 2:01.99 2:01.77 2:03.34

100 BUTTERFLY 2014-15 Kyle Mafley 2013-14 Sean Grier 2012-13 Sean Grier 2011-12 Sean Grier 2010-11 Sean Grier 2009-10 Basil Kaaki 2008-09 Tim Williams 2007-08 Tim Williams 2006-07 Tim Williams 2005-06 Chris Ippoliti 2004-05 Patrik Johansson 2003-04 Todd Minnier 2002-03 Eugene Botes 2001-02 Eugene Botes 2000-01 Eugene Botes 1999-00 Gavin Carscallen 1998-99 Gavin Carscallen 1997-98 Gavin Carscallen 1996-97 Gavin Carscallen 1995-96 unavailable 1994-95 unavailable 1993-94 Kirk Skoglund 1992-93 Thad Davis 1991-92 Thad Davis 1990-91 Thad Davis 1989-90 Thad Davis 1988-89 Mike Miklus 1987-88 unavailable

2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88

200 BUTTERFLY Kyle Madley Matt Salig Matt Salig Matt Salig Matt Salig Luke Bushman Tim Williams Tim Williams Tim Williams Tim Williams Dustin Thompson Dustin Thompson Matt Haupt Brent Creager Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn Alvaro Velez Alvaro Velez Mac Fraser Mac Fraser Alex Cunha Mac Fraser Gilad Chen Mike Rezoni Quinn Carver James Wolfle Dave Rafferty Dave Rafferty

47.89 47.51 46.00 46.83 47.43 48.02 47.56 48:41 48.87 49.58 50.70 49.21 47.01 47.01 47.48 48.70 47.55 48.25 48.65 49.29 48.08 49.34 49.33 49.94 50.37

1:46.15 1:46.07 1:46.40 1:44.18 1:45.07 1:47.80 1:44.61 1:45.36 1:46.60 1:50.11 1:51.82 1:47.84 1:47.12 1:47.25 1:46.65 1:50.38 1:48.98 1:49.00 1:49.36 1:50.92 1:49.98 1:48.78 1:50.00 1:51.79 1:51.99 1:52.22 1:47.31 1:50.25

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YEARLY TOP TIMES 200 IM 2014-15 Nate Savoy 2013-14 Nate Savoy 2012-13 Nate Savoy 2011-12 Scott Marino 2010-11 Scott Marino 2009-10 Scott Marino 2008-09 Scott Marino 2007-08 Sean Biedermann 2006-07 Sean Biedermann 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Sean Biedermann 2003-04 Nate Torok 2002-03 Matt Haupt 2001-02 Matt Haupt 2000-01 Joe Peresan 1999-00 Joe Peresan 1998-99 Joe Peresan 1997-98 Joe Peresan 1996-97 Steve Medei 1995-96 Steve Medei 1994-95 Alex Cunha 1993-94 Mac Fraser 1992-93 Andy Archer 1991-92 Curt Sawin 1990-91 Kirk Skoglund 1989-90 Steve Wukitch 1988-89 Steve Wukitch 1987-88 unavailable 400 IM 2014-15 David Gross 2013-14 Matt Salig 2012-13 Chris Cipolla 2011-12 Scott Marino 2010-11 Scott Marino 2009-10 Scott Marino 2008-09 Scott Marino 2007-08 Dito Calderon 2006-07 Dito Calderon 2005-06 Sean Biedermann 2004-05 Sean Biedermann 2003-04 Dustin Thompson 2002-03 Jaffrey Clark 2001-02 Jaffrey Clark 2000-01 Joe Peresan 1999-00 Joe Peresan 1998-99 Joe Peresan 1997-98 Joe Peresan 1996-97 Steve Medei 1995-96 Chip Berry 1994-95 Chip Berry 1993-94 Alex Cunha 1992-93 Kirk Skoglund 1991-92 Phil Meyer 1990-91 Phil Meyer 1989-90 Brad Semle 1988-89 unavailable 1987-88 Drew Van Winkle

1:45.03 1:45.42 1:47.02 1:44.97 1:44.62 1:46.60 1:47.42 1:47.86 1:47.71 1:49.49 1:53.51 1:50.72 1:47.12 1:48.60 1:47.32 1:49.38 1:48.85 1:49.24 1:50.48 1:51.51 1:50.40 1:50.22 1:51.90 1:51.24 1:51.22 1:52.06 1:52.01

3:54.45 3:50.26 3:53.38 3:47.98 3:46.08 3:49.22 3:51.03 3:56.97 3:57.93 3:58.43 4:00.60 3:53.99 3:53.16 3:54.06 3:50.24 3:52.80 3:53.04 3:53.88 3:57.33 3:55.86 4:00.28 3:54.49 4:02.50 4:01.58 4:01.74 4:01.97 3:59.44

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SCHOOL RECORD CHRONOLOGY 19.36 19.56 19.68 19.75 20.11 20.17 20.42 20.42 20.49 20.51 20.75 21.32 22.02 22.10 22.10 22.50 23.00 23.40 24.10

50 FREESTYLE Shane Ryan Vincent Reydams Bob Molettiere Brian Hostetler Greg Stacey Greg Stacey Greg Stacey Walt Sopp Walt Sopp Dave Rafferty Steve Potsklan Bob DeVries John Reitz Steve Morrical Will Metzger Steve Morrical Carl Forss Mike Weber James Conrad

2014 2009-14 2002-09 1999-2002 1998-1999 1997-1998 1996-1997 1991-1997 1989-1991 1987-1989 1985-1987 1978-1985 1977-1978 1976-1977 1975-1977 1973-1975 1970-1973 1969-1970 1968-1969

42.08 42.90 43.72 43.74 44.26 44.47 44.88 45.38 47.15 48.35 49.30 50.30 50.90 51.30 51.60 53.40

100 FREESTYLE Shane Ryan Eugene Botes Bob Molettiere Bob Molettiere Walt Sopp Walt Sopp Dave Rafferty Steve Potsklan Bob DeVries Doug King Will Metzger John Piatt Bob Krimmel Bob Krimmel Bill Schmidt Mike Weber

2014 2002-14 2001-02 1999-2001 1991-1999 1990-1991 1987-1990 1985-1987 1978-1985 1977-1978 1973-1977 1972-1973 1971-1972 1970-1971 1969-1970 1968-1969

1:34.88 1:35.49 1:36.17 1:36.57 1:37.13 1:39.76 1:44.30 1:45.70 1:47.76 1:47.80 1:48.80 1:49.80 1:52.00 1:52.80 2:00.40 2:00.50

200 FREESTYLE John Hauser Brian Alden Todd Minnier John Retrum Dave Rafferty Steve Potsklan Doug King Doug King Brian O’Shea Lance Duffy Ray D’Ardenne Will Metzger Bob Krimmel Bob Krimmel David Platt Eric Mehnert

2014 2010-14 2004-10 2001-04 1987-2001 1985-1987 1979-1985 1978-1979 1977-1978 1976-1977 1975-1976 1973-1975 1971-1973 1970-1971 1969-1970 1968-1969

4:17.65 4:18.56 4:19.30 4:22.67 4:25.18 4:26.47 4:27.49 4:28.26 4:33.17 4:45.80 4:56.60 5:02.40 5:04.90 5:04.90 5:06.90 5:21.70 5:44.00

500 FREESTYLE Nick Ankosko Nick Ankosko Martin Schierhorn Martin Schierhorn Chip Berry Chip Berry George Reimer Eric Becher Barry Marlin Andy Cosgarea Mike Noel Mike Noel Bruce Balderston Lane Schuckers Ray D’Ardenne John Piatt Eric Mehnert

2014 2013-14 2001-13 1999-2001 1996-1999 1995-1996 1994-1995 1987-1994 1984-1987 1979-1984 1975-1979 1974-1975 1973-1974 1973-1974 1972-1973 1970-1972 1968-1970

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9:04.51 9:12.07 9:13.51 9:16.89 9:16.92 9:20.22 9:23.32 9:30.36 9:38.24 9:52.90 10:21.10 10:23.90 10:31.10 11:06.00 11:23.40 12:01.80

1,000 FREESTYLE Nick Ankosko Chris Sullivan Paul Monyok Chip Berry Chip Berry Chip Berry Brad Semle Brad Semle Randy Deihl Andy Cosgarea Mike Noel Bruce Balderston Lane Schuckers John Piatt John Piatt Eric Mehnert

2012 2007-12 1999-2007 1995-1999 1994-1995 1993-1994 1989-1993 1988-1989 1983-1988 1979-1983 1976-1979 1973-1976 1972-1973 1971-1972 1970-1971 1968-1970

15:05.32 15:11.58 15:19.13 15:20.84 15:25.43 15:26.49 15:27.46 15:28.34 15:47.90 15:57.64 16:31.27 17:22.60

1,650 FREESTYLE Nick Ankosko Chris Sullivan Paul Kirk Chip Berry George Reimer George Reimer Chip Berry Brad Semle Brad Semle Randy Deihl Andy Cosgarea Lane Schuckers

2012 2007-12 2002-07 1996-2002 1995-1996 1994-1995 1993-1994 1989-1993 1988-1989 1983-1988 1979-1983 1973-1979

44.78 45.71 46.51 46.84 46.99 48.31 48.52 49.15 50.07 50.32 51.43 53.26 54.80 57.10 57.60 59.00 59.90 1:03.00

100 BACKSTROKE Shane Ryan Sean Grier Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Adam Carroll Nick Boyce Nick Boyce Nick Boyce Barry Marlin Al Berardocco Bill Hieb Bill Hieb Jim Shoemaker Don Shanks Bill Schmidt Bill Moser

2014 2013-14 2009-13 2008-09 2007-08 1999-2007 1993-1999 1992-1993 1991-1992 1990-1991 1985-1990 1979-1985 1976-1979 1975-1976 1973-1975 1971-1973 1970-1971 1968-1970

1:40.22 1:42.37 1:45.18 1:47.22 1:48.77 1:50.45 1:52.72 1:53.22 1:56.60 2:01.60 2:05.50 2:06.90 2:10.00 2:16.80 2:20.30 2:26.20

200 BACKSTROKE Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Josh Weaver Nick Boyce Nick Boyce Nick Boyce Brian Smith Barry Marlin Al Berardocco Bill Hieb Jim Shoemaker Don Shanks Don Shanks Bill Loescher David Platt Bill Moser

2008 2007-08 1999-07 1992-07 1991-1992 1990-1991 1986-1990 1985-1986 1979-1985 1976-1979 1973-1976 1972-1973 1971-1972 1970-1971 1969-1970 1968-1969

52.96 54.12 54.27 54.92 55.10 55.64 56.01 56.32 58.45 59.20 1:00.50 1:06.80

100 BREASTSTROKE Mitch Scherer Mitch Scherer Kyle Miranda Matt Teeter Matt Teeter Andy Archer James Sloat Steve Wukitch Steve Rode Steve Rode Bill Eiwen Gus Achey

2011 2009-11 2006-09 1999-2006 1998-1999 1993-1998 1991-1993 1987-1991 1977-1987 1976-1977 1973-1976 1970-1973

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1:56.63 1:58.86 1:59.81 2:00.72 2:00.77 2:01.08 2:01.77 2:03.18 2:06.56 2:10.90 2:14.80 2:25.70 2:20.70 2:32.60

200 BREASTSTROKE Mitch Scherer Kyle Miranda Kyle Miranda Joe Peresan James Sloat James Sloat Drew Van Winkle Steve Wukitch Steve Rode Steve Rode Bill Eiwen Gus Achey Gus Achey Alex Yarema

2011 2007-11 2005-07 1999-2005 1993-1999 1991-1993 1989-1991 1987-1989 1977-1987 1976-1977 1973-1976 1970-1973 1969-1970 1968-1969

46.00 46.83 47.01 47.48 47.55 48.08 48.60 46.64 52.18 52.40 53.20 53.30 56.50

100 BUTTERFLY Sean Grier Sean Grier Eugene Botes Eugene Botes Gavin Carseallen Thad Davis Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney Mike Snyder Mike Snyder John Piatt John Piatt Bill Schmidt

2013 2012-13 2002-12 2001-02 1999-2001 1993-1999 1986-1993 1985-1986 1979-1985 1978-1979 1973-1978 1972-1973 1969-1972

1:44.18 1:44.61 1:45.36 1:46.60 1:46.65 1:47.31 1:48.29 1:50.32 1:54.29 1:55.76 1:58.50 1:58.80 2:02.40 2:03.10 2:15.70 2:43.10

200 BUTTERFLY Matt Salig Tim Williams Tim Williams Tim Williams Todd Minnier Dave Rafferty Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney Mike Snyder Mike Snyder John Piatt John Piatt John Piatt John Piatt Bill Schmidt Bill Moser

2012 2008-12 2008 2007-08 2001-07 1989-2001 1986-1989 1985-1986 1979-1985 1978-1979 1973-1978 1972-1973 1971-1972 1970-1971 1969-1970 1968-1969

1:44.62 1:46.60 1:47.32 1:48.85 1:49.24 1:50.22 1:51.22 1:51.45 1:51.85 1:56.84 1:58.92 1:59.70 2:02.00 2:04.40 2:07.40 2:09.10 2:25.00

200 IM Scott Marino Scott Marino Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Mac Fraser Kirk Skoglund Jay Mahoney Jay Mahoney Al Berardocco Lance Duffy Lance Duffy John Piatt John Piatt John Piatt Bill Schmidt Mike Weber

2011 2010-11 2001-10 1999-2001 1998-1999 1994-1998 1991-1994 1986-1991 1984-1986 1979-1984 1978-1979 1976-1978 1973-1976 1972-1973 1971-1972 1969-1971 1968-1969

3:46.08 3:49.22 3:50.24 3:52.80 3:53.04 3:53.88 3:54.49 3:58.65 4:06.70 4:14.50 4:27.20

400 IM Scott Marino Scott Marino Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Joe Peresan Alex Cunha Brian Smith Jay Mahoney Lance Duffy John Piatt

2011-present 2010-11 2001-10 2000-01 1999-2000 1998-1999 1994-1998 1986-1994 1984-1986 1976-1984 1973-1976

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE & ACADEMIC HONORS ACADEMIC ALL-BIG TEN 1992: Andy Archer, Tim Boyd, Adam Carroll, Gene Lupinski, Matt Myers, Curt Sawin, Lucas Shelly, Kirk Skoglund, Jeff Summers, Steve Truschel, Mike Westwood

2010: Brian Alden, John Austin, James Capparell, Jon Cochrane, Max Ettore, Dan Fimbianti, Basil Kaaki, Michael Kaiserian, Scott Marino, Jack Zierenberg

1993: Andy Archer, Adam Carroll, Mike Chang, Gene Lupinski, Matt Myers, Curt Sawin, Lucas Shelly, Kirk Skoglund, Andy Silver

2011: Brian Alden, John Austin, James Capparell, Dustin Folio, Ben Hengels, Alex Marchinski, Scott Marino, Jack Zierenberg

1994: Chip Berry, Mike Chang, Gene Lupinski, Matt Myers, Lucas Shelly, Kirk Skoglund, Andy Silver

2012: Brian Alden, Shane Austin, Alex Marchinski, Scott Marino, Matt Salig, Andrew Sideras

1995: Chip Berry, Brad Blankenhorn, Joe Caraher, Gilad Chen, McGregor Fraser 1996: Chip Berry, Brad Blankenhorn, David Boardman, Gilad Chen, McGregor Fraser, Drew Jackson, Brian Palme 1997: Brad Blankenhorn, David Boardman, Mac Fraser, John Hyneman, Drew Jackson, Paul Lupinski, Justin Martens, Steve Medei, Brian Palme, Greg Stacey, Alvaro Velez 1998: David Boardman, Gavin Carscallen, Drew Jackson, Greg Stacey, Alvaro Velez 1999: Chris Alderman, Rob Balazs, Gavin Carscallen, Jeff Harrison, Brian Hostetler, Matt Teeter, Alvaro Velez 2000: Chris Alderman, Rob Balazs, Gavin Carscallen, Jeff Harrison, Brian Hostetler, Mike Laskowski, Joe Peresan, Martin Schierhorn, Matt Teeter 2001: Chris Alderman, Chris Bagley, Eugene Botes, Jaffrey Clark, Jeff Harrison, Brian Hostetler, Mike Laskowski, Sean Martin, Joe Peresan, Martin Schierhorn 2002: Eugene Botes,Jaffrey Clark, Michael Laskowski, Todd Minnier, Martin Schierhorn, Robert Tucker

2013: Jonathan Eckstrom, Alex Marchinski, Matt Salig, Nate Savoy, Tim Schenkel, Andrew Sideras 2014: Nicholas Ankosko, Shane Austin, Jonathan Ekstrom, Peter Fittin, Matthew Grillo, Scott Heil, Lucas Kachurick, Kyle Madley, Matt Salig, Nate Savoy, T.J. Schenkel, Jonathan Seiferth, Andrew Sideras 2015: Nick Ankosko, Jonathan Ekstrom, Matt Grillo, Harrison Grimm, Kyle Madley, Tim Maurer, Nate Savoy, T.J. Schenkel, Andrew Schuehler, Jeff Young

1980: 2002:

Doug King Martin Schierhorn

CSCAA TEAM SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA

1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2013, 2015

2003: Patrick Bird, Eugene Botes, Jaffrey Clark, Marc Gastaldo, Brad Hartman, Todd Minnier, Dustin Thompson, Robert Tucker, Mark Zucca 2004: Mike Alderman, Marc Gastaldo, Shawn McLin, Todd Minnier, Adam Pierce, Robert Tucker, Dan Velez, Mark Zucca

ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA

CSCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 1980:

CSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICA

1987: 1993: 1996: 1997: 1998: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2006: 2007: 2009: 2012: 2013 2014

Steve Wukitch Adam Carroll Chip Berry, Gilad Chen Mac Fraser, David Boardman David Boardman Drew Jackson, Matt Teeter Martin Schierhorn, Gavin Carscallen, Matt Teeter, Chris Alderman, Jeff Harrison Martin Schierhorn, Chris Alderman, Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn, Todd Minnier Mike Alderman Todd Minnier Adam Pierce Dan Kaiserian, Kyle Miranda, Chris Sullivan, Mike Alderman Basil Kaaki, Vincent Reydams Brian Alden, Scott Marino, Matt Salig Matt Salig Shane Austin, Scott Heil, Matt Salig, Andrew Schuehler

BIG TEN DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR AWARD

2008-09: 2009-10: 2010-11: 2011-12: 2012-13 2013-14

Christopher Sullivan Brian Alden Daniel Fimbianti Scott Marino John Austin Scott Marino Matt Salig Matt Salig Matt Salig

Doug King, First Team

NCAA POSTGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP 1980: 2003: 2014

Doug King Martin Schierhorn Matt Salig

2005: Marc Gastaldo, Chris Ippoliti, Patrick Johansson, Daniel Kaiserian, Shawn McLin, Adam Pierce 2006: Mike Alderman, Sean Biedermann, Rob Felty, Chris Ippoliti, Dan Kaiserian, Richard Kornacki, Shawn McLin, Kyle Miranda, Adam Pierce, Brad Roth 2007: Mike Alderman, Sean Biedermann, Dito Calderon, Alan Erdley, Dan Kaiserian, Rob Kuderka, Kyle Miranda, Trey Rabinek, Vincent Reydams, Kevin Rybicki, Chris Sullivan 2008: Sean Biedermann, Justin Bonner, Dito Calderon, Jon Cochrane, Jeff DeWeese, Max Ettore, Dan Fimbianti, Basil Kaaki, David Kraft, Max Levi, John Miranda, Colin Quirk, Richard Rabinek, Vincent Reydams, Ben Ryan, Chris Sullivan 2009: John Austin, Justin Bonner, Dito Calderon, James Capparell, Jeffery DeWeese, Max Ettore, Dan Fimbianti, Basil Kaaki, Michael Kaiserian, David Kraft, Vincent Reydams, Ben Ryan, Chris Sullivan, Jack Zierenberg

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ALL-TIME TEAM HONORS & AWARDS ALL-BIG TEN FIRST TEAM 1993 Thad Davis 1994 Chris Devine 1995 Chris Devine 1999 Holden Comeau Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Dan Okoniewski Joe Peresan 2000 Brian Hostetler Bob Molettiere Gavin Carscallen Matt Teeter Josh Weaver 2001 Bob Molettiere Joe Peresan Eugene Botes Todd Minnier John Retrum Martin Schierhorn

NITTANY LION AWARD

Established by former letterman Mike Snyder, the award is presented to the team member whose perseverance in practice and effort in competition have led to the greatest overall improvement in performance during a season or over a period of years.

1985: Dan Kiely 1986: Dave McConnell & Rod Meeker 1987: Bert Marlin & James Wolfle 1988: Mike Replogle 1989: Phil Meyer, Brad Semle & Mike Westwood 1990: Jeff Eagles 1991: Thad Davis & Steve Zamborsky 1993: Andy Archer 1994: Gene Lupinski 1995: Chip Berry 1996: Chip Berry 1997: John Hyneman 1998: Robert Balazs 1999: Gavin Carscallen 2000: Mike Laskowski 2001: Joe Peresan 2002: Brent Creager 2003: Conor MacDonald 2004: Dustin Thompson 2005: Chris Ippoliti 2006: Kyle Miranda 2007: Rob Felty & Trey Rabinek 2008: Patrick Schirk 2009: Mitch Scherer 2010: Dan Fimbianti & Scott Marino 2011: Mitch Scherer 2012: Chris Cipolla 2013: Sean Grier 2014: . Matt Stasiunas 2015: Jonathan Ekstrom

JEROME WEINSTEIN AWARD

The Weinstein Coaches Award is named in honor of Jerome (Jerry) Weinstein, Class of 1936 and a member of Penn State’s first swimming team. His love for the sport touched every aspect of the Penn State aquatic program. A man of integrity, honesty, conviction and impeccable character, he influenced the lives of many people. The award serves as a lasting tribute to him for all the good things he brought to Penn State swimming. It is presented to the team member who not only is the hardest worker, but is sure to give 100 percent to his teammates emotionally and physically through the joyous times and the struggles. Weinstein was a World War II veteran and a former executive editor of the Centre Daily Times

1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013: 2014: 2015:

Drew Van Winkle Lucas Shelly Lucas Shelly Adam Carroll & Lucas Shelly Lucas Shelly Chris Glenn Steve Medei Drew Jackson Steve Medei Kevin Smith Joe Peresan & Steve Hodgins Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes & Erik Gordon Daryl Northrop Richard Kornacki Dan Kaiserian Alan Erdley Vincent Reydams John Austin Scott Marino Scott Marino Nate Savoy Chris Cipolla Nate Savoy

2002 Bob Molettiere Eugene Botes Todd Minnier Martin Schierhorn John Lutz 2003 Eugene Botes 2006 Mike Alderman 2014 Shane Austin John Hauser Shane Ryan Nate Savoy 2014 Shane Ryan

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ALL-TIME TEAM HONORS & AWARDS LOU MACNEIL AWARD

Presented to the swimmer or swimmers for consistently outstanding performances contributing the most to the team’s success. The award is named in honor of Lou MacNeil, head coach of the men’s swimming and diving team at Penn State for 18 years. Before retiring in 1984, MacNeil also served as director of aquatics and was an assistant professor of physical education. In 1982, MacNeil received the Distinguished Coach Award from the College Swimming Coaches Association of America. 1968: 1969: 1970: 1971: 1972: 1973: 1974: 1975: 1976: 1977: 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1986: 1987: 1988: 1989: 1990: 1991: 1993: 1994: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013: 2014: 2015:

William Moser Michael Weber John Oleyar Gus Achey John Piatt John Piatt James Shoemaker Will Metzger Lance Duffy Steve Rode Doug King Doug King Ed Bahan & Brian Muller Ed Bahan & Mike Snyder Barry Marlin Jay Mahoney Barry Marlin Steve Potsklan Jay Mahoney & Brian Smith Dave Rafferty Drew Van Winkle Brian Wentzel Nick Boyce Adam Carroll Adam Carroll MacGregor Fraser Chip Berry Brian Palme Greg Stacey Holden Comeau & Brian Hostetler Holden Comeau & John Retrum Eugene Botes, John Retrum, Bob Molettiere & Martin Scheirhorn Bob Molettiere Matt Haupt Todd Minnier Shawn McLin David Kraft Patrick Schirk Patrick Schirk Tim Williams Brian Alden Scott Marino Nate Savoy Nate Savoy Shane Ryan Nate Savoy

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R. LUCAS SHELLY AWARD

In honor of former Penn State swimmer Lucas Shelly (class of 1994), it was awarded to the returning team member who demonstrates the strongest and most consistent work ethic during spring and summer training. 1997: Holden Comeau & Paul Monyok 1998: Kevin Smith 1999: Shaun Anderson 2000: Chris Alderman, Paul Monyok, Rob Balazs, Chris Bagley, Gavin Carscallen, Matt Teeter, Holden Comeau, John Retrum, Steve Hodgins, Kevin Smith & Mike Laskowski 2001: Chris Alderman, Joe Peresan, & John Retrum

ROBERT E. GALBRAITH  DIVING AWARD

Presented in memory of Robert E. Galbraith, Penn State’s swimming and diving cocah from 1936-44, for outstanding contributions through performance, loyalty, spirit and leadership by a Penn State diver.

1968: 1969: 1970: 1971: 1972: 1973: 1974: 1975: 1976: 1977: 1978: 1979: 1980: 1981: 1982: 1983: 1984: 1985: 1990: 1991: 1992: 1993: 1994: 1995: 1996: 1997: 1998: 1999: 2000: 2001: 2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013: 2014: 2015:

ROBERT KRIMMEL  ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT  AWARD

Presented to the student-athlete that has attained the highest level of academic excellence through the season. This is based on a minimum of two semesters of class work at Penn State.

2002: 2003: 2004: 2005: 2006: 2007: 2008: 2009: 2010: 2011: 2012: 2013: 2014: 2015:

Bobby Tucker Bobby Tucker Bobby Tucker Dan Kaiserian Dan Kaiserian Alan Erdley Kevin Rybicki Chris Sullivan Dan Fimbianti Brian Alden Matt Salig Matt Salig Matt Salig Andrew Scheuhler

Ronald Manning Steve Miller Jim Livingston Steve Miller Tom Watson John Iskat Richard Maurone Jim Rightley Richard Maurone Richard Maurone Craig Brown Craig Brown Joe Greenwell Craig Brown Dale Dmitrzak Dale Dmitrzak Dale Dmitrzak Jim Ebert D.J. Hill Jeff Eagles & Steve Zamborsky Chris Devine Ryan Smith Chris Devine Chris Devine Drew Jackson Drew Jackson Drew Jackson Chris Alderman Chris Alderman Chris Alderman Steve Bohner Marc Gastaldo Adam Pierce Adam Pierce Adam Pierce Mike Alderman Josh Bonner Josh Bonner & Justin Bonner Nick McLain Jordan Harris Alex Marchinski T. J. Schenkel T.J. Schenkel T.J. Schenkel

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ALL-TIME RESULTS Prior to the 1968 season, Penn State fielded swimming teams from 1936-44 and 1947-51 and posted a composite record of 31-60-1. 1967-68 (0-9) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil L Temple L at Navy L Pittsburgh L Bucknell L John’s Hopkins L at Syracuse L at Maryland L West Virginia L Villanova

20-82 11-102 42-71 33-80 55-58 39-74 39-74 39-65 42-62

1968-69 (2-8) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/11 L at Temple 1/18 L Villanova 1/25 L at Pittsburgh 2/1 L Syracuse 2/5 L at John’s Hopkins 2/8 L Maryland 2/12 L at Bucknell 2/15 L at West Virginia 2/22 W Indiana (Pa.) 3/1 W Buffalo

38-65 31-73 44-69 35-78 51-62 39-73 30-83 33-70 61-52 64-40

1970-71 (3-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/7 L at Maryland 1/10 L Temple 1/17 L at Villanova 1/24 L Pittsburgh 1/31 L at Syracuse 2/4 W John’s Hopkins 2/11 L Bucknell 2/14 L West Virginia 2/21 W at Indiana (Pa.) 2/28 W at Buffalo

30-83 40-73 30-74 45-68 43-70 60-53 47-61 51-62 69-42 66-38

1970-71 (3-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/8 L at Temple 1/15 L Villanova 1/22 W at Pittsburgh 1/29 L Syracuse 2/2 L at John’s Hopkins 2/5 W Buffalo 2/12 L at Bucknell 2/16 L Maryland 2/19 L at West Virginia 2/26 W Indiana (Pa.) at Penn State Relays

38-75 48-65 65-48 53-60 48-64 98-14 34-78 49-66 37-76 81-32 9th

1/13 1/20 1/27 1/31 2/5 2/10 2/14 2/17 2/21

1971-72 (3-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/8 L Temple 37-76 1/15 L at Villanova 45-68 1/22 L Pittsburgh 44-69 1/29 L at Syracuse 41-72 2/2 L John’s Hopkins 45-78 2/5 W at Buffalo 59-43 2/12 L Bucknell 40-73 2/16 L Maryland 56-57 2/19 W West Virginia 68-45 2/26 W at Indiana (Pa.) 76-36 at Big Four Championships 3rd 1972-73 (6-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 1/10 L Villanova 1/13 W Lafayette 1/20 W at Pittsburgh 2/2 W Syracuse 2/3 L Kent State 2/7 L Maryland 2/10 L at Bucknell 2/14 W at Temple 2/17 W at West Virginia 2/20 W Indiana (Pa.) at Big Four Championships at Eastern Championships

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38-75 85-29 59-54 64-49 42-71 50-63 36-77 60-53 69-44 95-18 1st 13th

1973-74 (4-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/7 L Colgate 1/12 W Lafayette 1/19 L Pittsburgh 1/26 L at Syracuse 2/2 L at Kent State 2/6 L at Maryland 2/9 L Bucknell 2/13 W Temple 2/16 W at Indiana (Pa.) 2/23 W West Virginia 2/27 L at Villanova

33-78 76-39 16-97 40-73 28-85 41-68 18-95 69-44 68-43 77-36 52-61

1974-75 (4-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/14 W Lehigh 1/18 L at Pittsburgh 1/25 L at Colgate 1/25 L Syracuse (at Colgate) 2/5 L Maryland 2/12 L at Bucknell 2/13 L at Temple 2/15 W Indiana (Pa.) 2/19 W Lafayette 2/22 W at West Virginia 2/26 L Villanova at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

62-51 38-75 31-82 35-78 52-61 43-69 56-57 75-38 75-37 80-33 41-72 12th 7th

1975-76 (4-7) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/13 L at Lehigh 1/17 L Pittsburgh 1/24 W Bloomsburg 1/31 L at Edinboro 2/4 L at Maryland 2/7 L Bucknell 2/11 W Temple 2/14 W at Indiana (Pa.) 2/17 L West Virginia 2/24 L at Villanova 2/28 W St. Bonaventure at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

50-62 18-84 90-23 34-77 37-76 53-60 63-50 58-55 45-68 52-61 83-30 10th 6th

1976-77 (3-8) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/11 L Lehigh 1/15 L at Pittsburgh 1/22 W at Bloomsburg 1/29 W Edinboro 2/2 L Maryland 2/5 L at Temple 2/9 L at Bucknell 2/12 L Indiana (Pa.) 2/19 L at West Virginia 2/23 L Villanova 2/26 W at St. Bonaventure at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

55-58 28-85 71-42 71-35 48-65 48-65 39-74 52-61 43-70 50-63 67-63 10th 6th

1977-78 (8-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/7 W St. Bonaventure 12/10 W at Lehigh 12/17 W Rutgers 1/18 W at Villanova 1/21 L Pittsburgh 1/28 W at Edinboro 2/1 L at Maryland 2/4 W Temple 2/8 L Bucknell 2/11 W at Indiana (Pa.) 2/15 W Bloomsburg 2/18 L West Virginia at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

93-20 81-32 84-29 60-53 34-78 68-45 47-66 77-36 49-64 80-33 88-21 33-80 T-10th 6th

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1978-79 (8-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/30 L Maryland 12/6 W at St. Bonaventure 12/9 W Lehigh 12/16 W Syracuse 1/17 W Villanova 1/20 L at Pittsburgh 1/27 W Edinboro 2/3 W at Temple 2/10 W at Temple 2/14 L at Bucknell 2/17 L at West Virginia 2/21 W at Bloomsburg at Penn State Relays at Eastern Championships

53-60 94-19 69-53 89-24 82-31 23-90 87-20 69-44 69-44 48-65 30-83 71-41 7th 5th

1979-80 (10-3) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/29 W Maryland 70-43 12/8 W St. Bonaventure 96-17 12/15 W at Syracuse 80-33 1/16 W at Villanova 83-30 1/19 L Pittsburgh 37-76 1/26 L Ohio State (at Cleveland St.) 40-73 1/26 W at Cleveland State 74-39 2/2 W Temple 89-24 2/2 W Texas A&M 57-56 2/9 W Rutgers 69-44 2/13 W Bucknell 71-42 2/16 L West Virginia 48-65 2/20 W Bloomsburg 78-25 at Penn State Relays 5th at Eastern Championships 5th 1980-81 (9-4) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/30 L at West Virginia 45-68 12/3 W Villanova 73-40 12/4 W St. Bonaventure 74-39 12/10 L at Pittsburgh 54-59 1/4 L Virginia 52-61 1/4 W John’s Hopkins 74-39 1/11 W Cleveland State 72-40 1/18 L Ohio State 28-85 1/19 W Maryland 60-53 1/26 W Temple 65-48 1/27 W Bucknell 58.5-54.5 2/14 W at Syracuse 67-46 2/19 W at Rutgers 68-45 at Penn State Relays 5th at Eastern Championships 4th 1981-82 (8-5) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/3 W West Virginia 12/9 L at Villanova 12/12 W St. Bonaventure 1/16 L Pittsburgh 1/22 L at Virginia 1/23 W at John’s Hopkins 1/30 L Ohio State 1/30 W Cleveland State 2/3 L Maryland 2/6 W Temple 2/10 W Bucknell 2/13 W at Syracuse 2/20 W Rutgers at Penn State Relays

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1982-83 (6-7, 3-1 A-10) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 12/2 L West Virginia* 41-72 12/8 L Villanova 52-61 12/10 L at Syracuse 52-61 1/15 L at Pittsburgh 50-63 1/21 L Virginia 28-74 1/22 W John’s Hopkins 71-42 1/29 L at Ohio State 39-74 1/29 W Cleveland State (at Ohio St.) 87-26 1/30 L Harvard 27-86 2/5 W Temple* 58-55 2/9 W at Bucknell 99-14 2/12 W St. Bonaventure* 68-27 2/19 W at Rutgers* 59-36 at Penn State Relays 3rd at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at Eastern Championships 2nd 1983-84 (9-6, 3-0 A-10) Head Coach: Lou MacNeil 11/20 W Boston University 66-47 12/1 L North Carolina 47-66 12/1 W West Virginia* 66-47 12/1 L Texas A&M 54-59 12/7 W at Villanova 73-40 12/10 W Syracuse 89-24 1/14 L Pittsburgh 55-58 1/20 L at Virginia 42-71 1/21 W at John’s Hopkins 62-51 1/24 W at St. Bonaventure* 58-55 1/28 W at Cleveland State 98-15 1/28 L Ohio State (at Cleveland St.) 49-64 2/4 W Temple* 81-32 2/8 W Bucknell 49-37 2/12 L at Harvard 49-64 at Penn State Relays 3rd at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st 1984-85 (7-4, 2-1 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/18 L at Boston University 53-60 11/29 L at Pittsburgh 36-77 11/29 W Virginia 62-51 12/5 W Villanova 58-55 12/8 W Syracuse 68-42 1/12 L at West Virginia* 34-62 1/19 W John’s Hopkins 77-61 2/2 W Temple* 69-40 2/6 W Bucknell 74-37 2/16 W St. Bonaventure* 76-36 2/9 L at Harvard 39-74 at Penn State Relays 3rd at Eastern Championships 3rd at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at NCAA Championships T-36th 1985-86 (9-3, 2-0 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/1 W at George Washington* 73-40 11/8 W at Cincinnati 149-135 11/8 W Ohio Univ. (at Cincinnati) 149-70 11/22 W Syracuse 68-48 12/5 W Temple* 63-50 12/11 L at Villanova 55-58 1/10 W Shippensburg 67-46 1/18 W at Pittsburgh 61-52 1/25 L at Virginia 49-64 2/1 L at Ohio State 49-64 2/1 W Cleveland State (at Ohio St.) 79-32 2/22 W at Boston University 62-51 at Bearcat Invitational 1st at Penn State Relays 1st at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at Eastern Championships 3rd

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1986-87 (5-2, 1-0 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/1 W at St. Bonaventure* 81-56 11/5 L at Princeton 37-76 1/24 L Pittsburgh 88-129 1/26 W Villanova 141-75 2/7 W La Salle 113-102 2/9 W at Shippensburg 124-92 2/21 W Boston University 115.5-94.5 at Penn State Invitational 1st at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at Eastern Championships 3rd 1987-88 (8-1, 1-0 A-10) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/20 W Syracuse 129-81 1/9 W at Pittsburgh 115-102 1/16 W Shippensburg 126-88 1/23 W Virginia 117-95 1/25 W at Villanova 139-76 2/5 W at La Salle 140-71 2/6 W St. Bonaventure* 126-78 2/13 L SMU (at Princeton) 40-72 2/20 W at Boston University 133-82 at Penn State Invitational 1st at Atlantic 10 Championships 1st at Eastern Championships 3rd 1988-89 (9-3) Head Coach: Peter Brown 12/2 L at North Carolina 97-141 12/3 L at North Carolina State 77-166 1/6 L at Tennessee 44-68 1/12 W at Shippensburg 132-103 1/14 W at Pittsburgh 151-92 1/21 W at Virginia 123.5-119.5 1/23 W Villanova 137-106 2/4 W La Salle 123-107 2/11 W at West Virginia 67-46 2/11 W St. Bonaventure (at WVU) 75-40 2/18 W Boston University 148-108 at Penn State Invitational 2nd at Tennessee Relays 2nd at Eastern Championships 2nd at NCAA Championships 33rd 1989-90 (6-5) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/27 L Alabama 39-74 11/11 W at Syracuse 144-97 1/6 W at Miami (Fla.) 62-43 1/13 L Pittsburgh 119-124 1/18 W Shippensburg 137-106 1/20 L Virginia 107-136 1/24 W at Villanova 148-95 2/3 W La Salle 72-41 2/3 W St. Bonaventure 78-35 2/10 L at Princeton 50-63 2/10 L Tennessee (at Princeton) 42-71 at Penn State Invitational 2nd at Eastern Championships 2nd 1990-91 (9-1) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/9 W Syracuse 70-43 11/9 W Maryland 84-29 11/17 W Villanova 135-103 1/6 W Maryland-Baltimore County 143-90 1/12 W at Pittsburgh 134-69 1/19 W at Virginia 135-106 1/26 W La Salle 146-97 2/1 L Ohio State 107-136 2/9 W at Shippensburg 143-102 2/16 W at St. Bonaventure 122-96 at Eastern Championships 3rd at NCAA Championships 42nd

1991-92 (10-3, 2-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/2 L Indiana* (at NW) 40-64 11/2 L Michigan State* (at NW) 43-70 11/2 W Northwestern* 90-23 11/14 W at Villanova 157-84 12/17 L at Michigan State* 123-160 12/17 W Ball State (at Michigan St.) 123-70 1/9 W St. Bonaventure 132-96 1/11 W at La Salle 135-103 1/17 W Virginia 141-97 1/18 W at Pittsburgh 145-99 1/18 W Ohio State* (at Pittsburgh) 135-109 1/25 W Shippensburg 175-63 2/29 W Villanova 32-21 at Big Ten Relays (at NW) 4th at Princeton Invitational 1st at Penn State Invitational 4th at Big Ten Championships 8th at NCAA Championships 35th 1992-93 (7-2, 3-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/22 W Michigan State* 70-43 11/22 W St. Bonaventure 74-37 1/9 W La Salle 132-90 1/15 L at Virginia 88-151 1/16 W Pittsburgh 144-97 1/23 W Villanova 133-88 1/30 L Iowa* 119-122 2/12 W at Northwestern* 125-111 2/13 W at Wisconsin* 126-111 at Indianapolis Invitational 1st at Big Ten Championships 7th at NCAA Championships 42nd 1993-94 (7-3, 1-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/30 L Minnesota* 107-193 11/11 W at Villanova 143-82 11/20 W at St. Bonaventure 151-86 1/8 W Pittsburgh 123.5-119.5 1/13 W at La Salle 139-79 1/15 W Virginia 126-117 1/22 L Ohio State* 94-149 2/4 W Southern Illinois (at Iowa) 68-45 2/5 L at Iowa* 44-89 2/5 W Northwestern* (at Iowa) 74-59 at Harvard Invitational 2nd at Big Ten Championships 9th 1994-95 (4-4, 1-2 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/28 W St. Bonaventure 151-86 11/12 W Villanova 149-91 1/6 L at Minnesota* 87-156 1/14 L at Virginia 101-140 1/20 L at Pittsburgh 121-122 1/21 L at Ohio State* 150-93 2/4 W at Michigan State* 136-107 2/11 W La Salle 132-70 at Princeton Invitational 3rd at Gold Country Invitational 2nd at Big Ten Championships 6th at NCAA Championships 29th 1995-96 (9-1, 3-0 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/22 W at Villanova 169-68 11/10 W at Indiana* 91-72 11/11 W at Purdue* 142-21 12/17 W at St. Bonaventure 168-72 12/17 W La Salle (at St. Bona) 169-68 1/14 W Virginia 154-84 1/21 L Pittsburgh 120-123 1/27 W Wisconsin* 141-83 2/2 W James Madison 146-15 2/3 W Princeton 91-71 at Nike Invitational (at UNC) 1st at Big Ten Championships 8th

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 1996-97 (6-3, 0-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 11/9 W at Pittsburgh 128-115 11/15 W St. Bonaventure 162-65 11/16 L Purdue* 102-140 1/4 W at Indian River JC 117-93 1/12 W Virginia 134-107 1/17 L at Ohio State* 154-198 1/18 L Indiana* (at Ohio State) 156-196 1/31 W at La Salle 177-79 2/8 W Villanova 143-108 at Univ. of Miami Invitational 3rd at Big Ten Championships 7th 1997-98 (8-2, 3-2 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/25 W Villanova 144-86 11/1 W West Virginia 155-83 11/9 W at Syracuse 133-110 1/9 W at James Madison 143-80 1/16 W at Michigan State* 136-104 1/17 L at Purdue* 114-129 1/30 W at Northwestern 239-114 1/30 W Iowa* (at NW) 242-111 1/30 L Ohio State* (at NW) 141-197 2/7 W La Salle 172-96 at Penn State Invitational 1st at Big Ten Championships 3rd 1998-99 (10-1, 4-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/24 W Michigan State* 160-80 11/7 W Syracuse 166-76 11/14 W at Villanova 162-50 1/9 W at Clemson 129-108 1/15 W at Indiana* 143-100 1/16 L at Michigan* 95-146 1/30 W Ohio State* 220-130 1/30 W Iowa* 223-120 2/5 W at La Salle 147-88 2/5 W Connecticut (at La Salle) 167-68 2/5 W Seton Hall (at La Salle) 171-60 at Penn State Invitational 1st at Big Ten Championships 1st at NCAA Championships 20th 1999-2000 (6-1, 2-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/30 W Villanova 220-70 11/12 L Michigan* 118-125 1/8 W at Alabama 167-131 1/22 W Indiana* 150-93 1/29 W at Iowa* 123-116 2/4 W Pittsburgh 148-89 2/5 W James Madison 177-125 at Penn State Invitational 1st 2/24-26 at Big Ten Championships 3rd 3/23-25 at NCAA Championships 19th 2000-01 (5-1, 2-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Peter Brown 10/27 W Villanova 171-32 11/11 W Miami (Ohio) 148-92 1/12 W Pittsburgh 140-98 1/20 W Purdue* 171-72 1/20 L Michigan* 129-114 2/3 W Ohio State* 145-98 2/10 at Texas A&M Invitational 5th 2/17 at Nittany Lion Invitational 1st 2/22-24 at Big Ten Championships 3rd 3/22-24 at NCAA Championships 16th 2001-02 (2-3, 1-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 11/18 L Virginia 131-105 1/5 L Florida 126-110 1/18 W Purdue* 136-107 1/19 L Michigan* 152-91 2/2 W Rutgers 157-84 2/28-3/2 at Big Ten Championships 3rd 3/28-30 at NCAA Championships 15th

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2002-03 (4-4, 1-0 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/26 L Florida 131-96 11/8 L Virginia 132-106 1/11 W South Carolina 153-87 1/11 L Tennessee 140-95 1/25 W Michigan State* 275-94 2/1 W Rutgers 146-95 2/2 W West Chester 155-83 2/7 L Pittsburgh 128-115 2/28-3/2 at Big Ten Championships 5th 3/28-30 at NCAA Championships 34th

1/4 1/6 W 1/19 W 1/19 W 1/19 W 1/19 W 1/25 W 2/2 L 2/2 L 2/2 L 2/28-3/1 3/27-3/29

2003-04 (4-6, 1-0 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/24-25 L Auburn 81-270 10/24-25 L Virginia 110-243 11/7 L Texas A&M 176-117 11/13 L Washington 152-136 11/21 W St. Bonaventure 98-130 11/25 W West Chester 96-140 12/5-7 at Georgia Invitational 3rd 1/10 L North Carolina 128-172 1/24 L Pittsburgh 125-118 1/31 W Rutgers 113-130 2/6 W Ohio State* 122-121 2/26-28 at Big Ten Championships 7th

2008-09 (6-5, 1-2 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/25 W at West Virginia 145-93 10/31 W at Texas A&M 140-102 11/1 L at Southern Methodist 106.5-134.5 11/15 L Florida State (at UVa) 127.5-225.5 11/15 L at Virginia 120-228 12/5-7 at Ohio State Invitational 3rd 1/3-5 at Tennessee Diving Invite No Score 1/16-17 W at Maryland 225-115 1/16-17 W Pittsburgh (at Maryland) 224-108 1/30-31 W Northwestern* (at OSU) 193.5-138.5 1/30-31 L at Ohio State* 76-258 1/30-31 L Michigan* (at OSU) 245-84 2/6 W St. Bonaventure 127-105 2/26-28 at Big Ten Championships 7th 3/26-28 at NCAA Championships 32nd

2004-05 (6-2, 1-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/14 W at West Virginia 150-93 10/30 L Virginia 103-138 11/19 W at St. Bonaventure 155-104 11/23 W West Chester 169-120 1/22 W Rutgers 143-99 1/28-29 W Missouri (at Iowa) 227-136 1/28-29 W at Iowa* 189-179 2/5 L Ohio State* 112-128 2/25-27 at Big Ten Championships 8th 2005-06 (10-5, 1-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/13 W West Virginia 165.5-67.5 11/4 W La Salle 143-91 11/11-12 W Purdue* (at Virginia) 188-165 11/11-12 L at Virginia 166-187 11/11-12 L Auburn (at Virginia) 125-217 11/22 W West Chester 150-86 12/2-4 at Ohio State Invitational 3rd 1/7 L at Florida 133-156 1/14 W St. Bonaventure 142-89 1/21 W at Rutgers 136-107 1/27-28 at Shamrock Invitational 2nd 2/3 W at Kenyon 194-110 2/4 L at Ohio State 107-126 2/23-25 at Big Ten Championships 8th 3/23-25 at NCAA Championships 49th 2006-07 (7-7, 0-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/19 L at West Virginia 104-137 10/27-28 L at Virginia 124-229 10/27-28 L Clemson (at Virginia) 152-201 10/27-28 L Virginia Tech (at Va.) 163.5-189.5 11/10-11 L at Purdue* 151-202 11/10-11 L Georgia (at Purdue) 119-234 11/10-11 W Utah (at Purdue) 223-130 11/10-11 W Louisville (at Purdue) 264-87 11/24-26 at Bell Grand Prix 3rd 12/2 W West Chester 147-91 1/6-7 at Georgia Diving Invite No Scores 1/20 W Rutgers 204-88 1/26-27 W at Notre Dame 221.5-147.5 1/26-27 W UConn (at ND) 290-80 1/26-27 L West Virginia (at ND) 177-193 1/26-27 W Oakland (at ND) 257-112 2/16-18 at Big Ten Championships 7th

at Georgia Diving Invite No Scores at Indian River JC 146-59 at Pittsburgh 217-135 Villanova (at Pittsburgh) 287-58 Maryland (at Pittsburgh) 228-116 at Missouri (at Pittsburgh) 191-159 West Chester 180-103 Michigan* (at Ohio St.) 35-113 at Ohio State* 79.5-101.5 Northwestern* (at Ohio St.) 150-183 at Big Ten Championships 8th at NCAA Championships T-23rd

2009-10 (5-5, 1-2 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/13 W at St. Bonaventure 144-97 10/24 W West Virginia 145-96 10/31 L at Virginia Tech 116-184 11/20-21 L Virginia 153.5-210.5 12/4-6 at Ohio State Invitational 5th 1/2 vs. Florida State (Naples, Fla.) 1/3-4 at Bulldog Shoot-Out No Score 1/15-16 L at Pittsburgh 156-197 1/15-16 W vs. Maryland (at Pitt) 236-168 1/29-30 L at Ohio State 70-263 1/29-30 L vs. Michigan (at OSU) 72-270 1/29-30 W vs. Northwestern (at OSU) 166-162 2/5 W Buffalo 132-102 2/24-27 at Big Ten Championships 7th 3/25-28 at NCAA Championships No Score 2010-11 (5-6, 1-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/15-16 L at West Virginia 116-125 10/23 L Virginia Tech 118.5-181.5 11/19-20 L at Virginia 150-186 L vs. Indiana* (at UVa) 154-182 12/3-5 at Georgia Invitational 5th 1/2 vs. Wyoming & Arkansas (Diving) 1/4 vs. North Carolina (Naples, Fla.) 1/14-15 W at Maryland 219-129 W vs. Pitt (at Maryland) 191.5-151.5 1/22 W St. Bonaventure 141-96 1/28-29 L at Michigan* 262-72 W vs. Northwestern* (at UM) 176-158 L vs. Ohio State* (at UM) 235-87 2/4 W Buffalo 129-110 2/23-26 at Big Ten Championships 6th 3/24-26 at NCAA Championships T-26th

2007-08 (8-4, 1-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: Bill Dorenkott 10/18 W West Virginia 194-106 11/10 L Virginia 169.5-183.5 11/10 W Michigan State* 214-138 11/15-17 at Hoosierland Open No Scores 12/2 at Princeton Invitational 1st

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ALL-TIME RESULTS 2011-12 (4-6, 0-3 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/22 W at West Virginia 143-98 11/4 L at Auburn 86-15211/5 W at Georgia Tech 177-122 11/18-19 L Indiana* 127-226 L Virginia 167-186 12/2-4 at Ohio State Invite 3rd 1/4 vs. North Carolina (at Fla.) No Score 1/5-6 Bulldog Diving Shootout No Score 1/14 L Navy 145-155 1/27-28 L at Ohio State* 91-243 L vs. Michigan* (at OSU) 70-264 2/3 W Buffalo 138-97 2/4 W Lehigh 168-101 2/22-25 at Big Ten Championships 6th 3/22-24 at NCAA Championships 17th

2012-13 (5-2, 0-1 Big Ten) Head Coach: John Hargis 10/19 W at West Virginia 176-69 11/10 W Villanova 211-81 11/16-17 L at Indiana* 174.5-178.5 L vs. Virginia 155-198 11/30-12/2 at Georgia Invitational 5th 1/3 vs. North Carolina (at Fla.) No Score 1/12 W Missouri State 171-124 1/26 W Navy 188-112 2/2 W Towson 186-101 2/9-10 at Ohio State Invite No Score 2/27-3/2 at Big Ten Championships 8th 3/28-30 at NCAA Championships 20th 2013-14 (7-1) Head Coach: Tim Murphy 10/18 W vs. West Virginia 153-129 11/2 W at Buffalo 155-137 11/8-9 W at Virginia 191-162 L vs. Texas 168-185 11/22-24 Bucknell Invitational No Score 12/5-7 Texas Invitational No Score 1/3 vs. North Carolina No Score 1/17 W at Villanova 191-96 1/25 W at Navy 171-127 2/1 W St. Bonaventure 200-95 W Towson 183-114 2/8-9 at Ohio State Invite No Score 2/26-3/1 at Big Ten Championships 5th 3/8-9 Georgia Tech Last Chance No Score 3/10-12 NCAA Zone A Qualifying No Score 3/27-29 NCAA Championships 17th 2014-15 (6-3) Head Coach: Tim Murphy 10/3 W vs. Georgia Tech 160.5-137.5 10/18 L at Virginia Tech 120-233 W vs. Old Dominion 241-110 10/23 W at West Virginia 145-98 10/31 W vs. Villanova 150-101 11/7-8 W vs. Virginia 212-136 L vs. Michigan 140.5-212.5 12/5-7 at Georgia Invitational 5th 1/16-17 L vs. Yale (at Rutgers) 172-181 1/24 W vs. Navy 173-127 1/31 at Bison Invite No Score 2/7-8 at Virginia Tech Invite No Score 2/25-28 at Big Ten Championships 7th 3/9-11 NCAA Zone A Qualifying No Score 3/26-28 NCAA Championships 24th

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ALL-TIME RESULTS ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Alabama Army Auburn Ball State Bloomsburg Boston University Bucknell Buffalo Carnegie Mellon Cincinnati Clemson Cleveland State Colgate Connecticut Cornell Delaware Dickinson Edinboro Florida Florida State Franklin & Marshall George Washington Georgia Georgia Tech Harvard Indiana Indiana (Pa.) Indian River JC Iowa James Madison John’s Hopkins Kent State Kenyon Lafayette La Salle Lehigh Louisville Maryland Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan

W L First Mtg. 1 1 1990 0 1 1944 0 3 2003 1 0 1992 5 0 1977 5 1 1984 6 12 1968 8 0 1969 8 0 1937 1 0 1985 1 1 1999 6 0 1980 0 4 1950 2 0 1999 2 12 1936 1 1 1950 2 0 1948 3 1 1975 0 3 2002 0 1 2008 2 1 1948 1 0 1986 0 1 2007 2 0 2011 0 3 1983 3 5 1992 9 1 1969 2 0 1997 4 2 1993 3 0 1996 6 4 1968 0 2 1973 1 0 2006 3 0 1973 14 0 1987 4 2 1975 1 0 2007 7 13 1968 1 0 1990 1 0 2001 0 10 1999

Opponent W L First Mtg. Michigan State 6 2 1992 Minnesota 0 2 1994 Missouri 2 0 2005 Missouri State 1 0 2013 Navy 3 2 1944 Northwestern 7 1 1992 North Carolina 0 3 1984 North Carolina State 0 1 1989 Notre Dame 1 0 2007 Oakland 1 0 2007 Oberlin 1 0 1937 Ohio University 1 0 1985 Ohio State 4 18 1980 Old Dominion 1 0 2014 Pennsylvania 0 7 1936 Pittsburgh 16 34 1936 Princeton 1 2 1990 Purdue 4 3 1996 Rutgers 11 6 1939 St. Bonaventure 28 0 1977 Seton Hall 1 20 1950 Shippensburg 7 0 1986 South Carolina 1 0 2003 Southern Illinois 1 0 1994 Southern Methodist 0 2 1988 Syracuse 14 20 1936 Temple 21 11 1938 Tennessee 0 21 1989 Texas 0 1 2014 Texas A&M 2 2 1980 Toronto 1 0 1939 Towson 1 0 2014 UMBC 1 0 1991 Utah 1 0 2007 Villanova 26 13 1938 Virginia 12 20 1949 Virginia Tech 0 4 2007 Washington 0 1 2003 Washington & Jefferson 1 0 1940 West Chester 7 0 1939 Westminster 1 0 1939 West Virginia 16 16 1968 Wisconsin 2 0 1993 Yale 0 1 2015 TOTAL 316 259 .550

YEAR-BY-YEAR Coach Year W L T Conf. NCAA Robert Galbraith 1936 1 3 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1937 3 3 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1938 3 4 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1939 5 4 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1940 2 6 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1941 2 5 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1942 2 5 0 — — Robert Galbraith 1943 2 4 0 — 14th Robert Galbraith 1944 1 3 0 — 11th 1945-46 No Teams William Gutteron 1947 1 4 0 — — William Gutteron 1948 1 5 0 — — William Gutteron 1949 5 2 0 — — William Gutteron 1950 3 5 1 — — William Gutteron 1951 2 8 0 — — 1952-67 No Teams Lou MacNeil 1967-68 0 9 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1968-69 2 8 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1969-70 3 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1970-71 3 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1971-72 3 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1972-73 6 4 0 13th — Lou MacNeil 1973-74 4 7 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1974-75 4 7 0 7th — Lou MacNeil 1975-76 4 7 0 6th — Lou MacNeil 1976-77 3 8 0 6th — Lou MacNeil 1977-78 8 4 0 6th — Lou MacNeil 1978-79 8 4 0 5th — Lou MacNeil 1979-80 10 3 0 5th — Lou MacNeil 1980-81 9 4 0 4th — Lou MacNeil 1981-82 8 5 0 — — Lou MacNeil 1982-83 6 7 0 2nd — Lou MacNeil 1983-84 9 6 0 1st — Peter Brown 1984-85 7 4 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1985-86 9 3 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1986-87 5 2 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1987-88 8 1 0 3rd* — Peter Brown 1988-89 8 3 0 2nd* 33rd Peter Brown 1989-90 6 5 0 2nd* — Peter Brown 1990-91 9 1 0 3rd* 42nd Peter Brown 1991-92 10 3 0 8th 35th Peter Brown 1992-93 7 2 0 7th 42nd Peter Brown 1993-94 7 3 0 9th — Peter Brown 1994-95 4 4 0 6th 29th Peter Brown 1995-96 9 1 0 8th — Peter Brown 1996-97 6 3 0 7th — Peter Brown 1997-98 8 2 0 3rd — Peter Brown 1998-99 10 1 0 1st 20th Peter Brown 1999-00 6 1 0 3rd 19th Peter Brown 2000-01 5 1 0 3rd 16th Bill Dorenkott 2001-02 4 3 0 3rd 15th Bill Dorenkott 2002-03 4 4 0 5th 34th Bill Dorenkott 2003-04 4 6 0 7th — Bill Dorenkott 2004-05 6 2 0 8th — Bill Dorenkott 2005-06 10 5 0 8th 49th Bill Dorenkott 2006-07 7 7 0 7th — Bill Dorenkott 2007-08 8 4 0 8th 23rd John Hargis 2008-09 6 5 0 7th 32nd John Hargis 2009-10 5 5 0 7th — John Hargis 2010-11 5 6 0 6th T26th John Hargis 2011-12 4 6 0 6th 17th John Hargis 2012-13 5 2 0 8th 20th Tim Murphy 2013-14 7 1 0 5th 17th Tim Murphy 2014-15 6 3 0 7th 24th TOTAL 310 256 1 Competed in Atlantic 10 Conference from 1982-91 Joined Big Ten Conference in 1991-92 *—Eastern Championships listed in lieu of A-10

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