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2009-10 TEAM INFORMATION Overall Record ACC Championships NCAA Championships All-Americans ACC Champions

Men (5-6) Women (5-7-1) Men-Fifth Women-Ninth Men-23rd, Women-NA Gal Nevo (200-IM, 400-IM, 200-Fly HM) Gal Nevo (200-IM, 400-IM, 200-Fly)

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THE INSTITUTE

Official Name Georgia Institute of Technology Enrollment 19,393 Location Atlanta, Ga. Founded 1885 Nicknames Rambling Wreck, Yellow Jackets Mascots Buzz; 1930 Model “A” Ford Colors Old Gold and White Institute Website www.gatech.edu Athletics Website www.ramblinwreck.com Facility Georgia Tech Aquatic Center (1,900) Conference Atlantic Coast President Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson Director of Athletics Dan Ranakovich (IU of Pa., 1980) Senior Women’s Administrator Theresa Wenzel (Marquette, 1991)

SPORTS INFORMATION STAFF

Graduate Assistant (Swimming and Diving Contact) Betsy Devine Office Phone (404) 894-5445 Cell Phone (404) 626-5273 E-Mail bdevine@athletics.gatech.edu Asst. AD for Media Relations Dean Buchan Associate Director Mike Stamus Assistant Directors Seth Gerard Marcus Dittmer Mike Huff SID Fax (404) 892-1248

SWIMMING AND DIVING INFORMATION

Head Coach Courtney Shealy Hart (Georgia, 2001) Phone/Email (404) 894-9376/cshealyhart@athletics.gatech.edu) Year at Tech Fourth (Second as Head Coach) Assistant Coach Marty Hamburger (Iowa, 1991) Phone/Email (404) 894-1734/mhamburger@gatech.edu Year at Tech Sixth Assistant Coach Mark Toburen (NC State, 1996) Phone/Email (404) 388-0521/mtoburen@athletics.gatech.edu Year at Tech Second Assistant Coach Chris DeSantis Phone/Email (404) 895-3902/cdesantis@athletics.gatech.edu) Year at Tech Second Diving Coach John Ames (Ohio, 1993) Phone/Email (404) 385-1293/james@athletics.gatech.edu Year at Tech 10th

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The Institute/Table of Contents History 2010-11 Men’s Team 2010-11 Women’s Team Male Athlete Bios Sam Bendziewicz/Eric Chiu Nicholas Colletti/Michael Hart/Bo Hatchett John Hermes/Jake Johnson Chris Khosravi/Anton Lagerqvist Ralph Long/Sullivan Lynch Brandon Makinson Kevin Morgan/Sam Morgan Andreas Nilsson/Jeffrey Phillips Nigel Plummer/Max Randolph Garrett Robberson Brian Robbins/Ryan Salmon/Colin Schouten Ben Shepperd/Matt Tang Zach Tillman/Michael Vallecoccia/Matthew Vaughan Travis Wagner Female Athlete Bios Helen Alvey/Katie Bond Sarah Broadley/Christin Chuang Kristen Dornstauder/Jordan Evans Caroline Fore/Ashley Hardy Heidi Hatteberg/Vida Jemec Katherine Locker Jessie Mason/Hen Pauker Kate Riley/Sarah Roethel Sarah Schoeff/Keren Siebner Taylor Sostarecz/Morgan Trickett Alexis Weber/Hailey White/Hillary Yarosh 2010 Coaching Staff Head Coach Courtney Shealy Hart Diving Coach John Ames Assistant Coach Marty Hamburger Assistant Coach Chris DeSantis Assistant Coach Mark Toburen Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson Athletic Director Dan Radakovich Support Staff All-Time Results Year-by-Year Results Men’s Honor Roll Women’s Honor Roll/Men’s Year-by-Year Captains The Atlantic Coast Conference 2009-10 ACC Championship Results 2009-10 Season Top Times Men’s Top Times Women’s Top Times All-Time Letterwinners

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History Early Years

Georgia Tech first fielded a swim team in 1918-19, when the first tryout was held at the city Y.M.C.A and about 50 men came out. According to the Blueprint, the fledgling squad featured “some of the fastest water splashers that the South has ever turned out and one that would make any Eastern college hustle to beat.” The team was captained by G.R. Fraser, described as the best swimmer in the South and holder of the Southern record in both the 220-yard swim and the 50-yard swim. Tech’s first swim meet was on the road against the Clemson Tigers. In addition to Fraser, the first Tech team included Weiss, Scott, Carson, Evans and Owns, who returned with a 50 to 19 victory. Fraser swam the 220 yards in the 2:50.00, cutting four seconds off his own Southern record. The program enjoyed success against Southern competition thoughout the 1920s. In 1927, Tech defeated all Southern opposition and made a good showing against two strong eastern teams. The Jackets broke into prominence by forcing the famous Brooklyn Y team to the limit, but fell 46 to 16. Two days later, Yale handed the Jackets the short end of a 46 to 16 score. In 2003-04, the Yellow Jackets gave birth to a brand new renovated Georgia Tech Aquatic Center. Tech opened the enclosed Olympic pool by hosting NC State on Oct. 25, 2003. With the home fans cheering them on, the Rambling Wrecks swam past the visiting Wolfpack, 132-107 (men) and 152-91 (women).

Early Champions

The Yellow Jacket tankmen, despite the

lack of an on-campus facility, won 10straight unofficial South championships from 1926-35. In 1927, Dave Young tied the national intercollegiate record in the 150-yard backstroke in 1:43.20. Representing Tech in the national intercollegiate, Young set a new record of 1:46.10 seconds and in the finals established a new record of 1:44.00, finishing four seconds ahead of Spindle of Michigan to win Tech’s only national championship in swimming. He also earned All-American honors with a second-place finish in the 220-yard free style.



Kenneth Thrash, Sr.

(1932-35)

After playing football at Tech, Kenneth Thrash, Sr., took over the swimming reigns and led the Jackets to four straight Southern Conference Championships from 1932-35. Almost as impressive as five consecutive conference titles, Thrash only tasted defeat once in dual meets, finishing with an astounding record of 24-1. His winning percentage of 0.960 is the best alltime in school history. As a former football player for the Rambling Wrecks (1926-28), Thrash helped the Yellow Jackets win two conference titles (1927-28) and a national championship in 1928.

Fred Lanoue

(1936-64)

Fred Lanoue, a graduate of Springfield College and former New England diving champion, began working with the Tech swimmers in 1936 and became the Yellow Jackets’ full time head coach in 1938 when the Tech pool was completed. Under Lanoue’s guidance, Tech won four Southeastern Conference championships in nine years, the first in 1942 and then three in a row in 1948, 1949 and 1950. Lanoue coached the Jackets for 27 years, stepping down after the 1964 season.

Herb McAuley

(1965-87)

The star of the 1942 SEC championship

squad was Herb McAuley, who won the SEC 220 and 440 freestyle championships that year. McAuley had his schooling interrupted by World War II, serving in the Army Signal Corps before graduating from Tech with a degree in electrical engineering in 1947. Upon graduation, he joined the Yellow Jacket staff as assistant coach under Lanoue, a position he held for 17 years. McAuley succeeded Lanoue as head coach for the 1965 season. He coached the Jackets for 23 seasons, compiling a record of 169-144-1. He was inducted into the Georgia Tech Hall of Fame in 1982. Tech competed in its first ACC Championships meet in 1980. The program took a one-year giatus upon McAuley’s retirement

in 1987, which signaled the end of a 40year stint on the Tech coaching staff.

Brad Lehman

(1989-91)

Bill Humber

(1992-97)

Seth Baron

(1998-2005)

The swimming program resumed under Brad Legman in 1988-89. In Lehman’s first year, senior Tim Halligan earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors following his second-place finish in the 200 butterfly. Halligan qualified for the NCAA Championships in the event, finishing 21st. Legman coached the team for three seasons, amassing an overall record of 19-13. Bill Humber took over the Tech program in 1991-92. In 1993, he guided the Jackets to their then-best showing at the ACC Championships with the sixth-place finish and a then school-record point total of 198. In 1994, diver Brandon Lumm won the first ACC Championship in the program’s history with his victory in the three-meter event. He earned All-ACC recognition that year and Bill Humber tallied a dual meet record of 38-45 during his six-year tenure at Georgia Tech.

In August 1997, Tech hired Seth Baron to

take the helm of the men’s swimming and diving program. The Jackets’ women’s program devuted in 2001-02, and Baron took on the combined program. Baron, formerly an assistant coach at South Carolina and Auburn, also previously worked with the U.S. National Swim Team and was the head coach for the U.S. squad at the 1997 and 2001 World Maccabiah Games in Tel Aviv, Israel. Under Baron’s direction, the Tech men finished in the top five at the ACC Championships in five consecutive seasons, including a third-place finish in his final season as head coach in 2005. Tech finished 32nd at the 2005 NCAA Championships, cracking the Top 35 for the fifth straight year. In just four seasons of existence, the women’s program tallied a 33rd-place

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History finish at the 2004 NCAA Championships and crowned its first All-American in Vesna Stojanovska. The Jackets posted three consecutive sixth-place finished at the ACC meet, tallying a program-best 285.6 points last season. The Jackets also qualified two swimmers for the 2005 NCAA Championships for the first time in program history; Stojanovska and the freshman Elizabeth Stowe. Junior Sam Morgan qualified for his third consecutive NCAA meet after winning his first ACC title in the mile at the 2006 ACC meet, hosted in the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center. Morgan Garnered his second straight All-American honors, finishing 14th in the mile. Stojanovska advanced to her second straight NCAA meet in 2005, after becoming the first women’s athlete to win an ACC title, doing so in the 200 fly. Stowe garnered All-ACC honors in the mile, making her and Stojanovska the first all=conference tandem at the conference championship. Along with collegiate accomplishments, the Tech combined program witnessed its first two Olympians in 2004 as Stojanovska (Macedonia) and incoming freshman Onur Uras (Turkey) competed at the Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. Joining them in Athens were former men’s swimming standouts Leo Salinas (Mexico) and volunteer coach Jorge Oliver (Puerto Rico). Tech recorded its most successful season to date in 2001-02. Tech’s men tallied 580.5 points to finish a program-best second at the ACC Championship, as a record five Jackets earned All-ACC honors. Tech also placed 27th at the NCAA Championships, led by Shilo Ayalon’s eighth-place finish in the 1650 free. He earned All-American accolades for the second consecutive season. In 2000-01, the Yellow Jackets placed third at the ACC Championships, scoring 434.50 points. Four swimmers earned AllACC accolades: Shilo Ayalon, David Laitala, Scott Lenyk and Tomonori Tsuki. Tech also scored its first points in NCAA competition in 2001. Ayalon placed11th in the 1650 free, while Tsuji finished 13th in the 200 breast to become the program’s first All-Americans. The Jackets went 11-3 in dual-meet competition, and 16 school records were established, led by Ayalon’s four marks. In 2000, Baron and the Yellow Jackets finished the regular season with a 5-6 dual-meet record. Laitala became the first Yellow Jacket swimmer in 11 years to earn All-ACC recognition, placing second in the 100 butterfly at the ACC Championships.

In his first season at Tech, Baron guided the team to a 4-7 dual-meet record and a secenth-place finish in the ACC Championships. As an athlete, Baron also competed for the U.S. National Team, winning 10 gold medals in international competitions, including the 1985 World Maccabiah Games and the 1983 Pan Am MAccabiah Games in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He participated in the U.S. Olympic Triols in 1984 and qualified for the 1988 Trials.

Stu Wilson

(2005-2009)

Stu Wilson was named men’s and women’s swimming and diving head coach on June 8, 2005. In his seven years with the Tech program, Wilson guided seven different swimmers to the NCAA Championships and tutored three Atlantic Coach Conference champions. In 2008-09, Wilson led the women’s team to its highest finish at the NCAA Championship in school history and both the men’s and women’s teams combined to break 19 school record throughout the course ot the season. Seven Yelloow Jackets earned All-ACC honors in 2007-08, while seven student-athletes were named to the ACC All-Academic team. Junior Mickey Malul was an ACC champion in the 100-breast as the men’s team finished fourth at the ACC Championships. Three swimmers and two divers went to the NCAA Championships in Columbus, Ohio and senior Elizabeth Stowe placed 28th in the mile as the Jackets finished 30th in the nation. Agatha Kwasnik and Noah Copeland also represented Tech along with divers Stephanie England and Hannah Krimm. Sam Morgan ended his career as a twotime All-American in the 1650-yard freestyle and became the first Yellow Jacket to qualify for the NCAA Championship meet in four consecutive seasons under Wilson’s guidance. In his first season as head coach in 200506, Wilson led the Jackets to their fourth straight top-five finish in the ACC, tallying a fourth-place finish at the 2006 ACC Championships, in College Park, MD. Tech boasted one ACC champion and Morgan garnered all-conference honors in the mile for the second straight season. Wilson helped the Yellow Jacket men to four consecutive top-35 finishes at the NCAA Championships, posting a 33rd-place finish at the 2006 Men’s NCAA Champion-

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ships, hosted by Georgia Tech. Tech sent four swimmers to the 2005 NCAA Championships, the second most in school history, and five of the second AllAmerican honors earned by Yellow Jackets have came during Wilson’s tenure. Former Tech standout Shilo Ayalon and Morgan both garnered All-American honors under Wilson’s tutelage. Ayalon holds four school records and was named ACC Most Valuable Performer that the 2003 ACC Championships. In 2006, Rob Miller, Morgan and Elizabeth Stowe all qualified for the NCAA Championships under Wilson’s guidance. Morgan won his first ACC title in the men’s 1650yard freestyle and Miller finished fifth. Stowe posted a third-place finish in the women’s 1650 free to earn All-ACC honors. All three clocked lifetime-best times in their respective events for Yellow Jackets. Prior to joining the Yellow Jacket staff in 2002, Wilson spent 11 years with nationally-prominent club team Swim Atlanta from 1990-2001, serving as the team’s Head Senior Coach for his last four seasons there. In this position, he planned and implemented strength and conditioning programs for swimmers age 12-and-over. He also handled administrative duties, including fundraising, travel arrangements, public relations and record-keeping. He worked as a head age group coach with Swim Atlanta from 1990-98. Wilson coached several successful swimmers at Swim Atlanta, including 2004 U.S. Olympian Amanda Weir, who set national age-group records (11-12 and 13-14) in the 50 free. Additionally, he mentored swimmers that posted more than 50 national top-16 age-group performances. As an athlete, Wilson competed at the University of Georgia from 1984-88, reaching the finals of the SEC Championships in the 200 and 500 free in each of his last three seasons. He was an NCAA qualified in the 400 free relay and held the school record in the 200 free at one time. Wilson also qualified for U.S. Nationals in his final six seasons of competitive swimming. A native of Atlanta, Wilson, 42, graduated from Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics in 1989. He married the former Meg Gordon in the summer of 2008 and the couple resides in Atlanta.




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Name Sam Bendziewicz Eric Chiu Nicholas Colletti Michael Hart Bo Hatchett John Hermes Jake Johnson Chris Khosravi Anton Lagerqvist Ralph Long Sullivan Lynch Brandon Makinson Kevin Morgan Sam Morgan Andreas Nilsson Jeffrey Phillips Nigel Plummer Max Randolph Garrett Robberson Brian Robbins Ryan Salmon Colin Schouten Ben Shepperd Matt Tang Zach Tillman Michael Vallecoccia Matthew Vaughan Travis Wagner



Year SR SO FR SO SO JR FR SO FR SR SR SO SR FR FR SR JR RS JR SR JR FR SO FR SR JR SR JR SR

Ht. 6-2 5-9 5-9 5-9 6-2 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-2 5-8 5-11 6-0 5-11 5-8 5-10 6-5.5 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-3 5-11 6-5 5-10 5-11 6-2

Event(s) Hometown (High School) IM/Breaststroke Chapin, S.C. (Chapin) Fly/Back/Breast/Free Martinez, Ga. (Lakeside) Back/Free Mobile, Ala. (McGill-Toolen Catholic) Fly Cincinnati, Ohio (Lakota West) Sprint free/back Demorest, Ga. (Habersham Central) IM Colonial Heights, Va. (Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School) Sprint free/back Clifton Park, N.Y. (Shenendehowa) Diving Missouri City, Texas (Elkins) IM/Breast Gothenburg, Sweden (Katrinelundsgymnasiet) IM/Butterfly Hillsboro, Tenn. (St. Andrew’s Sewanee School) Fly/Sprint Free Lutz, Fla. (Jesuit) Diving Alberta, Canada (National Sport School) IM/Distance Orlando, Fla. (Olympia) Distance Paradise Valley, Ariz. (Chapparral) IM/Distance Charlotte, N.C. (South Mecklenburg) Freestyle Oxford, Miss. (Lafayette) Sprint Free Stone Mountain, Ga. (Chamblee) Back/IM Atlanta, Ga. (Lakeside) Sprint free/Back Edmond, Okla. (Edmond North) Middle Distance Sandy Springs, Ga. (North Springs) Breast Savannah, Ga. (Benedictine Military School) Distance Free Lititz, Pa. (Warwick) Sprint free/fly Marietta, Ga. (George Walton Comprehensive) Backstroke/Freestyle Durham, N.C. (Charles E. Jordan) Distance Free Dacula, Ga. (Mill Creek) Distance free Acworth, Ga. (Harrison) Breast Virginia Beach, Va. (Princess Anne) Fly/Free Canton, Ohio (Glen Oak)

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2010-11 Women’s Team

Name Helen Alvey Katie Bond Sarah Broadley Christine Chuang Kristen Dornstauder Jordan Evans Caroline Fore Ashley Hardy Heidi Hatteberg Vida Jemec Katherine Locker Jessie Mason Hen Pauker Kate Riley Sarah Roethel Sarah Schoeff Keren Siebner Taylor Sostarecz Morgan Trickett Alexis Weber Hailey White Hillary Yarosh

Year Ht. JR 5-6 SR 5-9 JR 5-7 SR 5-5 JR 5-7 JR 5-6 FR 5-9 FR 5-0 JR 5-5 SR 5-6 SR 5-5 JR 6-2 SR 5-5 SO 5-6 FR 5-5 SR 5-6 JR 5-11 FR 5-6 SO 5-7 SO 5-7 FR 5-11 FR 5-6

Event(s) Diving Mid-distance free/Back Middle Distance Free Butterfly/Sprint free IM/Distance Free IM/Fly Breaststroke/IM Diving Back/Sprint Fly/IM Butterfly/Sprint Free Sprint Free/Back Breast Sprint Free Diving Sprint free/Backstroke Middle Distance Free Distance/IM Free/Back/Breast Sprint Free Mid-Distance Sprint Free/Fly

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Hometown (High School) Marietta, Ga. (The Walker School) Alpharetta, Ga. (Chattahoochee) Windermere, Fla. (Olympia High) Clarksburg, Md. (Poolesville) Newark, Del. (Tower Hill School) Hoschton, Ga. (Mill Creek) Boiling Springs, S.C. (Boiling Springs) Sterling Heights, Mich. (Adlai E. Stevenson) Louisville, Ky. (DuPont Manual High) Greer, S.C. (Riverside) Decatur, Ga. (Marist) Suwanee, Ga. (Home Schooled) Nahariya, Israel (Amal 1 Nahariya) Oak Ridge, N.C. (Northwest Guilford) Herndon, Va. (Herndon) Kennesaw, Ga. (Marietta) Herzelia, Israel (Hayovel High) Easton, Pa. (Easton Area) Greenville, S.C. (J.L. Mann) Cumming, Ga. (West Forsyth) Duluth, Ga. (Duluth) West Chester, Pa. (Unionville)




Sam Bendziewicz Senior Chapin, S.C. Chapin IM/Breast

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Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-breast (8th), 55.78 • 200-breast (9th), 2:02.61 As A Junior In 2009-10: Finished 24th with season best times in the 100-Breast (58.77) and 22nd in the 200-Breast at the ACC Championships … Earned a fifth place finish in the 200-Breast touching the wall in 2:12.53 in a dual meet with Emory … Also finished fifth in the 100-Breast clocking in at 59.46 against NC State. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Established career top times at the ACC Championships in the 100-Breast (55.78), 200-Breast (2:02.61) and the 200-IM (1:50.94). As A Freshman In 2007-08: Clocked a time of 57.30 in the 100breast at the ACC Championships the fourth-fastest time on the team … Also registered the fifth-fastest time on the team in the 200-breast with a 2:06.70 at the ACC Championships and had a time of 1:55.36 in the 200 IM at ACC’s, good for sixth on the team. High School: Lettered in swimming for four seasons under coach Heath Edwards ... Team captain during junior season ... Won 200IM as a junior ... Won 400 medley and freestyle relays as a junior and senior ... Earned all-Area for four seasons ... Swimmer of the year as a sophomore and junior ... Academic All-American as a junior and senior ... Member of National Honors Society, Beta Club, and student government… All-Area leadership team and class president as a junior and senior. Personal: Born Samuel Joseph Bendziewicz on January 6, 1989, in Baltimore, Md. ... Son of Stephen and Mary Bendziewicz ... Has one younger brother, Stephen, and sister, Catherine ... Hobbies include metal detecting, fishing, kick ball, practicing non-western medicine, slow pitch softball, swing dancing, water skiing, buffalo wings and pogo sticking... A Management major.

Bendziewicz’ Career Top Times 100 Breast 55.78 2009 ACC Championships 200 Breast 2:02.61 2009 ACC Championships 200 IM 1:50.94 2009 ACC Championships



Eric Chiu

Sophomore Martinez, Ga. Lakeside Fly/Back/Breast/Free

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-Free (10th), 45.16 • 100-Fly (3rd), 47.86 • 200-IM (6th), 1:49.68 • 400 Medley Relay (2nd), 3:12.09 • 400-Free Relay (2nd), 2:58.97 As A Freshman in 2009-10: Finished fifth overall at the ACC Championships in the 100-Fly with a season best time of 47.86, also good enough for third best in school history … Earned an 11th place showing in the 100-Free and an 18th place finish in the 200IM at the ACC Championships with season-best performances … Recorded a season best time (21.19) with a second place finish in the 50-Free vs. Emory … Earned his first career first place finish in the 100-Fly at UNC with a time of 50.94. High School: Three-year letterwinner for Coach Adam Byars … Georgia High School champion in the 100-breast, 100-back and 100-free … 2008 and 2009 all-state “A” team … Three-time Scholastic All-American … Eight-time NISCA All-American…2009 CSRA Swimmer of the Year … 2008-09 NCSA Junior National Finalist and seven event senior national qualifier … Honors graduate and member of the National Honors Society. Personal: Born Eric Keemon Chiu on April 11, 1990, in Mount Kisco, N.Y. … Parents are Fung Chow “Alex” and Janet Chiu … Brother of Cynthia … Chose Georgia Tech because of the academics, swim team and swim program … Hobbies include racquet ball, painting, hiking and rock climbing … Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as winning state for the first time in 2008 … An Industrial Design major.

Chiu’s Career Top Times 50 Free 21.19 100 Free 45.16 100 Back 51.30 100 Fly 47.86 200 IM 1:49.68

vs. Emory (1/30/10) 2010 ACC Championship 2009 Georgia Tech Invite 2010 ACC Championship 2010 ACC Championship

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Nicholas Colletti Freshman Mobile, Ala. McGill-Toolen Catholic Back/Free

High School: Three-year letterwinner at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School in Mobile, Ala. ... Helped his team to the county championships from 2008-10 ... Won the state championships in the 100-Back during his sophomore season in 2008 ... Also earned All-American honors ... A member of the National Honor Society, a student ambassador, and a Ronald McDonald House volunteer. Personal: Born Nicholas Robert Colletti on May 19, 1992 in New Orleans, La. ... Parents are Jason and Lorie Colletti ... Has two younger siblings, Andre and Cara ... Enjoys hunting, fishing and water skiing ... Chose Georgia Tech due to its academic prestige, the coaching staff and the swim team ... Intends to major in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering.

Michael Hart Sophomore Cincinnati, Ohio Lakota West Fly

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in the 100-fly … Three-time Scholastic All-American … 2009 Conference Swimmer of the Year and two-time first team All-Conference … Two-time recipient of school’s Most Outstanding Swimmer award … Two-year letterwinner on academic quiz team and one-year as catcher on the baseball team … Holds school records in the 100-fly, 200-free, 400-free relay, 200-free relay and 200-medley relay … Fifth place individual finish at state meet was best performance in school history and helped lead team to best finish ever (12th) as a team … Top 25 in a class of 643, High Honors, Mu Alpha Theta (Activities and Service Coordinator), Senior Board of Governors (senior class representative), National Honors Society and National Latin Honors Society. Personal: Born Michael Hamilton Hart on March 14, 1991, in Cincinnati, Ohio … Parents are Arthur and Grace Hart … Brother of Alex and Kendall … Chose Georgia Tech because of the academics (especially for chemical engineering), swimming program and great atmosphere in downtown Atlanta … Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as winning conference’s Swimmer of the Year award … Hobbies include Red’s baseball games, church softball, musical theater, Church Praise and Worship Band, Young Life, bass guitar and pick-up basketball … A Chemical Engineering major.

Hart’s Career Top Times 200 Free 1:44.47 vs. Emory (1/30/10) 500 Free 4:37.39 2010 ACC Championships 100 Fly 49.89 2010 ACC Championships 200 Fly 1:49.86 2010 ACC Championships

Bo Hatchett

Sophomore Demorest, Ga. Habersham Central Sprint Free/Back

Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll 2009-10 J. Herb McAuley Freshman Unity Award

In Tech’s Record Books: • 200-Fly (10th), 1:49.86 As A Freshman In 2009-10: Finished 21st in the 200-Fly at the ACC Championships with a time of 1:50.79, recording a PR in the preliminaries of the race (1:49.86) … Took home second in the 200-Fly and third in the 100-Fly with times of 1:51.33 and 50.97 respectively … Finished in third place in the 100-Fly with a time of 53.31 at UNC … Swam the anchor leg of the 400-Free Relay team that took home the win against Alabama, Florida Atlantic, Florida Gulf Coast and Western Kentucky with a time of 3:08.99. High School: Three-year letterwinner for Coach Dennis Beck … 2009 district and sectional champion in the 100-fly … 100-fly conference champion in the 100-fly in 2008 and 2009 … 2009 conference champion in the 200-free … 2008 and 2009 Southwest Ohio High School Classic 200-fly champion and 2008 Ohio Senior Short Course Championship in the 200-fly … 2008-09 All-American

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Before Georgia Tech: Played football for two years at Presbyterian College earning Dean’s list honors in three of the four semesters he was enrolled. High School: Was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Huddleston at Habersham Central High School where he was All-State in swimming and MVP of his swim team ... was also a part of the varsity football team for three seasons under the direction of Gene Cathcart as the quarterback earning All-State and MVP honors. Personal: Born Thomas Lawrence Hatchett III on October 25, 1989 in St. Petersburg, Fla. ... Parents are Thomas and Nora Hatchett ... Is one of six siblings ... Chose Tech because of it’s academics, coaching staff and swim team ... Enjoys hunting, anything outdoors and snowboarding in his free time ... Started swimming at the age of 7 and his first swim meet was in the Georgia Tech pool when it was still outdoors ... Plans to major in Biology and would like to be a doctor.




John Hermes

Junior Colonial Heights, Va. Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School IM

Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 200-Breast (8th), 2:02.54 • 200-IM (9th), 1:50.59 • 400-IM (6th), 3:55.90 As A Sophomore In 2009-10: Upped his personal best 200-IM time in the preliminaries (1:50.59) at the ACC Championships finishing with a 24th place showing in the race coming across in 1:52.48… Took 24th in the 400-IM at the ACC Championships with a time of 3:59.06 also finishing 15th in the 200-Breast with a season best time of 2:03.69. As A Freshman In 2008-09: Set career-bests in the 200-Breast (2:02.54), 200-IM (1:50.79) and 400-IM (3:55.90) at the ACC Championships, all of which rank in the all-time Georgia Tech top 10 … Also set career bests in the 500-Free (4:50.28) and 200-Fly (1:59.21) in dual meets with Florida State and Clemson, respectively. High School: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Robb Sultzer … Helped lead team to VHSL Central Region championships in 2006 and 2008 as well as six individual event titles … 2nd-team All-Metro Richmond Swimming in the 400 IM … Three-time Scholastic All-American … Holds the VHSL Central Region meet record in the 200 IM and was a member of the National Honor Society.

Jake Johnson Freshman Clifton Park, N.Y. Shenendehowa Sprint Free/Back

High School: A four-year letterwinner under the direction of Chuck Dunham at Shenendehowa High where he helped his team to the Section II Championship in each of his four seasons on the team... His team also won the New York State Championship in his last three seasons ... An eight-time New York State Individual Champion including three-time 100-Free and two-time 50-Free champions ... Also earned All-America status 10 times (six individual titles, four relay) ... 13-time Section II champion including six-time individual champion ... Two-time Academic All-American and school scholar athlete ... Holds the 50 and 100-Free, 200 and 400-Free Relay and 200-Medley Relay school records at his high school ... Earned the Shenendehowa trophy award was named the Amateur Swimmer of the Year and a three-time team MVP ... Spent all four years on the honor roll ... Senior and Junior national qualifier and holds various club records ... Winner of seven gold, one silver and two bronze medals at the 2008 Pan American Maccabean games in Buenos Aires. Personal: Born Jacob Colby Johnson on April 12, 1991 in Clifton Park, N.Y. ... Parents are David and Amy Johnson ... Has an older sister Rachel who swam at Hobart William Smith College from 2006-10 ... Enjoys playing the guitar, golfing, water skiing, tubing and computers ... Plans to major in Biomedical Engineering.

Personal: Born John Edward Hermes, III, on June 21, 1990, in Terre Haute, Ind. … Son of John and Cathy Hermes, both of whom graduated from Georgia Tech … Has a sister, Anne … Chose Georgia Tech because of the academics, large school atmosphere and ACC Swimming … Lists hobby as skiing and is Biomedical major.

Hermes’ Career Top Times 500 Free 4:50.28 vs. Florida State (10/18/08) 200 Breast 2:02.54 2009 ACC Championships 200 Fly 1:59.21 vs. Clemson (10/10/08) 200 IM 1:50.59 2010 ACC Championships 400 IM 3:55.90 2009 ACC Championships



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Chris Khosravi Sophomore Missouri City, Texas Elkins Diving

2009-10 NCAA Participant (3-Meter, Platform Dive)

As A Freshman In 2009-10: Took part in the NCAA Zone Diving meet where he finished in sixth place overall in the platform diving competition with a total score of 606.60 points (253.60 preliminary, 353.00 final) … Earned 17th place honors in the three meter dive at the NCAA Zone B Championships with a total of 602.30 points (311.20 preliminary, 291.10 Final) … Took home fourth place in the platform dive with a personal best score of 358.10 at the ACC Championships … Earned a career best score and first place honors in both the one and three meter dives at the dual meet vs. Emory where he registered 346.43 points in the one meter and 343.73 points in the three meter dive. High School: Three-year letterwinner for coaches Brian Tucker and Danny Satural … Three-time Fort Bend Independent School District Diving champion … Two-time region diving champion and 2008 Texas 5A state bronze medalist … Two-time all-state and All-American … In 2007, set the Fort Bend Independent School District Natatorium One-Meter pool record for six dives … Ranked second on the U.S. Diving Jr. Platform and 10th on the Sr. Platform … Member of the National Honor Society … Cum laude graduate … Honor roll student and Distinguished Graduate … Fort Bend Independent School District diving captain and member of the American Modeler Association, National Society of Radio Control Aerobatics, and Skills USA.

Anton Lagerqvist

Freshman Gothenburg, Sweden Katrinelundsgymnasiet IM/Breast

Before Tech: Member of the Swedish Nationals Junior and Senior teams from 2008-2010 and currently holds the Swedish Junior Record in the 200-Breast ... Most recently represented his country at the 2009 European Championships ... Has swam faster in the 200 meter breaststroke than any American high school swimmer in the class of 2010 ... Ranked one of the top25 male swimmers in Sweden. Personal: Born Anton Karl Christer Lagerqvist on January 30, 1991 in Gothenborg, Sweden ... Parents are Christer and Liz Lagerqvist ... Has two younger siblings Olof and Olivia ... Began swimming because of his love for the water ... His most memorable moment in the pool came at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Belgrade, Serbia in 2007 when he came in second place in the 200-Breast ... Undecided in his major.

Personal: Born Christopher Keon Khosravi on April 2, 1991, in Houston, Texas … Parents are Javad and Diane … Brother of Benjamin … Chose Georgia Tech because of the great aerospace program, excellent diving facility and the opportunity to become a pilot … Hobbies include building and flying R/C airplanes, pattern flying competitions and fishing … Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as his second place finish on platform at U.S. Diving Jr. Nationals … An Aerospace Engineering major.

Khosravi’s Career Top Scores 1-Meter 346.43 Emory (1/30/10) 3-Meter 343.73 Emory (1/30/10) Platform 358.10 2010 ACC Championships 2010-11 Georgia Tech Swimming and Diving

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Ralph Long

Senior Hillsboro, Tenn. St. Andrew’s Sewanee School IM/Fly

In Tech’s Record Books: • 200-Free (10th), 1:39.55 • 200-Fly (7th), 1:49.09 • 800-Free Relay (4th) 6:34.78 As A Junior In 2009-10: Swam the second leg of the 800-Free Relay team that took home sixth at the ACC Championships coming in with a time of 6:34.78, fourth best in school history … Earned a first place showing in the 200-Fly vs. Emory, coming across with a time of 1:52.69 … Took second in the 200-Fly at Duke touching the wall in 1:54.88. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Recorded top career times in the 200-free (1:39.55), 500-free (4:31.80) and 200-fly (1:49.09) at the ACC Championships … Had a season-best performance in the 100-fly (52.28) in a meet with Western Kentucky, New Orleans, Georgia Southern and Miami … Season best swim in the 200-IM (1:58.40) came in a dual meet with Clemson. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Member of the school-record setting 800-free relay team that swam a NCAA “B” cut time of 6:31.97 at the ACC Championships … Swam a 1:43.59 in the 200-free against Western Kentucky which was the sixth fastest swim on the team of the season … Was fourth on the team with his 4:40.98 finish at the ACC Championships, second with a 1:49.25 at ACC’s and eighth in the 200-IM with a time of 1:57.28 at the Georgia Tech Invitational.

Sullivan Lynch Senior Lutz, Fla. Jesuit Fly/Sprint Free CAPTAIN

2008-09 NCAA Participant (50-Free, 200-Medley Relay) 2008-09 ACC Champion (200-Medley Relay) 2008-09 All-ACC (200-Medley Relay) In Tech’s Record Books: • 50-Free (5th), 19.96 • 100-Fly (5th), 48.29 • 200-Fly (3rd), 1:46.74 • 200 Medley Relay (3rd), 1:28.55 • 200-Free Relay (9th), 1:22.18 As A Junior In 2009-10: Finished in fifth place in the 50-Free with a time of 20.00 seconds also taking 13th place in the 100-Fly touching the wall with a time of 48.43 at the ACC Championships … was a member of the 200-Medley team that finished in sixth place in 1:28.55 at the ACC Championships swimming the third leg of the race … took second in the 50-Free with a time of 20.93 vs. NC State … Placed second in the 100-Fly with a time of 52.30 at Duke. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Member of the 200-Medley Relay team which turned in a 17th-place finish (1:27.20) at the NCAA Championships … Finished 61st at the NCAA Championships with a mark of 20.20 in the 50-free … Swam the third leg of the ACC and school-record setting 200-medley relay team (1:26.00) at the ACC Championships … Set career bests at the ACC Championships in the 50-free (19.96), 100-fly (48.29) and 200-fly (1:46.74).

High School: Five-year letterwinner in swimming and diving ... Elected team captain for a season ... Earned MVP 2003 - 2007 ... All-American 2005 for the 500 Free ... FCA. Personal: Born Ralph E Long on May 18, 1988 in Winchester, Tenn. ... Son of Jim and Nan Long ... Hobbies include ultimate Frisbee ... Industrial and Systems Engineering major.

Long’s Career Top Times 200 Free 1:39.55 2009 ACC Championships 500 Free 4:31.80 2009 ACC Championships 100 Fly 52.28 vs. Western Kentucky (11/15/08) 200 Fly 1:49.09 2009 ACC Championships 200 IM 1:57.28 Georgia Tech Invitational (11/16/07) 400 IM 4:02.91 2008 ACC Championships

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Brandon Makinson

As A Freshman In 2007-08: Recorded the seventh-fastest 50-free swim on the team with a 20.77 at the ACC Championships … Was also among the team’s top 10 in the 100-free (49.36) and 200-IM (2:00.72), both at the Georgia Tech Invitational … Was third on the team in both the 100-fly (49.62) and 200-fly (1:50.28), which he achieved at the ACC Championships. High School: Four-year letterwinner under coach Jim Kelly ... Elected team captain ... USA swimming Academic All-American as a sophomore and junior ... NISCA All-American relays and 200medley as a sophomore and junior, 200-free as a freshman, junior, and senior, 400-free as a sophomore, junior, senior ... Individual 100-fly as a senior ... 200-IM as a senior ... All-County swim team in 2006-07 ... Club swim team records: SCY 200-fly and 100- and 200-back, lcm 200-IM and 100- and 200-back ... National Honor Society ... Mu Alpha Theta ... Hillsborough county youth volunteer of the year ... National Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Born Sullivan Michael Lynch on July 22, 1989, in Tampa, FL ... Son of Cornelius and Carol Lynch ... Has two older brothers, Morgan and Adam, and one older sister, Meredith ... Hobbies include video games, basketball, other sports and movies ... Majoring in biology.

Lynch’s Career Top Times 50 Free 19.96 2009 ACC Championships 100 Fly 48.29 2009 ACC Championships 200 Fly 1:46.74 2009 ACC Championships

Sophomore Alberta, Canada National Sport School Diving

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2009-10 NCAA Participant (3-meter dive) Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

As A Freshman In 2009-10: Earned an 11th place finish in the three meter dive at the NCAA Zone B Diving Meet coming in with a point total of 637.45 (307.95 preliminary, 329.50 Final) … Was the top finisher for the Yellow Jackets in the one meter dive (322.80) taking tenth and in the three meter dive (334.05) earning 11th place at the ACC Championships … Took second in the three meter dive, setting a personal best point total of 389.60 vs. Virgina Tech and Florida State … Recorded a personal best total in the one meter vs. Florida coming in second with a point total of 325.95. High School: Eight-year letterwinner under coach Igor Kopecky … Holds the three-meter record (513.85) set at the Alberta Summer Provincials … Competed in the 2008 Winter Senior Nationals, 2008 Alberta Summer Provincials, Dive Calgary Electric 2008, Winter Senior Nationals 2009, Alberta Winter Provincials 2009 and Alberta Summer Provincials 2009 … Was on honor roll throughout high school and in the Grade 9 Royal Conservatory of Music Honors Program. Personal: Born Brandon Alexander Makinson on March 1, 1991, in Calgary, Alberta … Son of Michael and Bonnie Makinson … Brother of Meryl … Hobbies include skiing, water sports and video games … Majoring in Aerospace Engineering.

Sophomore Brandon Makinson

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Makinson’s Career Top Scores 1-Meter 325.95 vs. Florida (10/23/09) 3-Meter 389.60 vs. FSU and VaTech (1/23/10) Platform 240.90 GT Invitational (11/20-22/09)

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Kevin Morgan Senior Orlando, Fla. Olympia IM/Distance

Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

As A Junior In 2009-10: Finished in 22nd place in the 400-IM with a time of 4:01.49 in the ACC Championships Final while setting a new personal best and first sub-four minute performance in the preliminary round (3:59.94) … Took 25th place in the 1650Free with a time of 16:13.48 in the ACC Championships … Earned a second place showing in the 1000-Free with a season best time of 9:48.09 vs. Emory … Took second place in both the 500-Free and 1000-Free at Duke with times of 4:48.38 and 9:49.32 respectively. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Set a career best in the 400-IM (4:04.96) and 200-IM (1:52.17) against Emory … Set season-bests in the 1,000-free (9:56.41) in a meet with Western Kentucky, New Orleans, Georgia Southern and Miami … Top time of the year in the 100-free (49.13) came in a tri-meet with Florida Atlantic and Florida Gulf Coast … Registered season-bests in the 200-free (1:49.39) and 500-free (4:50.62) in ACC dual meets against Clemson and Florida State, respectively … Won the “C” final in the 50-free at the Georgia Senior State Championships. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Registered top 10 finishes on the team in the 200-free (1:44.61 at the ACC Championships), 500free (4:48.59 against Georgia), 1,000-free (9:45.98 against Western Kentucky), 1,650-free (16:30.17 at the Georgia Tech Invitational), 200-breast (2:12.95 at the ACC Championships), 200-IM (1:54.82 at the ACC Championships) and 400-IM (4:06.16 at the Georgia Tech Invitational).

Personal: Born Kevin James Morgan on April 28, 1989, in Glenwood Springs, Colo. ... Son of James and Shelly Morgan ... Has one older sister, Kyle ... Hobbies include base jumping, singing karaoke, boggle tournaments, eating contests and doing karate in the garage ... Majoring in industrial engineering.

Morgan’s Career Top Times 200 Free 1:44.61 2008 ACC Championships 500 Free 4:44.93 vs. NC State (1/16/10) 1000 Free 9:45.98 vs. Western Kentucky (11/3/07) 1650 Free 16:13.48 2010 ACC Championships 200 IM 1:52.17 2008 ACC Championships 400 IM 3:59.94 2010 ACC Championships

Sam Morgan

Freshman Paradise Valley, Ariz. Chapparral Distance

High School: Attended three different high schools in four years ... Helped his team to the 2009 Arizona state title at Chaparral High School under the direction of Laura Winslow ... Named the MVP of his team his freshman year at Barron Collier High School. Personal: Born Samuel O’Loughlin Morgan on August 24, 1991 in Hartford, Conn. ... Parents are William and Kate Morgan ... Has four older siblings, Steve, Jenny, Emily and Hannah ... Father, William, played baseball at UConn ... Enjoys playing the saxophone and reading ... Plans to major in Management and would like to be a banker.

High School: Three-year letterwinner under Coach Chuck Burgess ... One-year letterwinner under coach Russ Marsh ... Elected team captain for two years ... Won team district championship in 2004 - 06 ... Won individual district championship in 2004 for the 100 back, in 2005 for the 500 free and 200 im, and in 2006 for the 100 free and 200 im ... Metro Conference Champion in 2005 for the 100 and 200 free and in 2006 for the 100 and 200 free ... Three-time MVP ... Two-time all-Conference first team ... Two-time All-American consideration ... Holds high school records in 100, 200, and 500 free, 100 back, 200 im, 200 medley relay, 200 and 400 free relay ... Three-time Principal’s Honor Roll receiving a 4.0 or better each semester.

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Andreas Nilsson Freshman Charlotte, N.C. South Mecklenburg IM/Distance

High School: A four-year letterwinner under the direction of Leslie Berens at South Mecklenburg High School ... Earned the honor of Scholastic All-American from 2008-2010 and was also an AllAmerican in the 400-Free relay during his senior season ... Named the MVP of his high school team ... Also a member of the National Honor Society, Beta Club and the Spanish Honor Society. Personal: Born Andreas Carl Nilsson on July 13, 1992 in Charlotte, N.C. ... Parents are Peter and Ann Nilsson ... Has an older sister Michaela who currently swims for Rutgers University ... Chose Georgia Tech because it is academically prestigious, the swim team and its location ... Enjoys swimming, drawing, eating and sleeping ... Plans to major in Building Construction and would like to be an architect.

Jeffrey Phillips

As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Set career top times in the 50free (20.92) and 100-free (45.16) at the ACC Championships … Touched the wall in the 200-free in 1:41.81 against Emory for a new career best. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Recorded the sixth-best time on the team for the season with a 46.39 in the 50-free, which he posted at the ACC Championships. High School: Three-year letterwinner under coach Rebecca Von Ooslendorp and coach Kay Pruitt ... Four-year letterwinner in basketball under coach Charles Beene ... All-Area and all-District in basketball during senior year ... First African American to hold Mississippi high school record ... Senior and junior class president ... National Honor Society ... Beta Club ... Drum major in band, SADD club, mu alpha theta, hall of fame honors for high school, student council president, graduated with special honors. Personal: Born Jeffrey DeWayne Phillips on July 27, 1989, in Oxford, Miss. ... Son of Willie and Clarise Phillips ... Has three sisters, Clarrissa Childress, Kimberly Jones and Moesha and one older brother, Jamie ... Majoring in Industrial engineering.

Phillips’ Career Top Times 50 Free 20.92 2009 ACC Championships 100 Free 45.16 2009 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:41.81 vs. Emory (1/31/09)

Senior Oxford, Miss. Lafayette Free CAPTAIN

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2007-08 Recipient of the J. Herb McAuley Freshman Unity Award Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-Free (9th), 45.16 • 200-Free Relay (9th), 1:22.18 • 400-Free Relay (2nd), 2:58.97 As A Junior In 2009-10: Swam the third leg of the 400-Free Relay team that came in fifth place at the ACC Championship with a time of 2:58.97 while also taking 18th place at the meet in the 100-Free with a time of 45.29 … Earned first place in the 100-Free vs. Emory finishing with a time of 46.79.

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Senior Captain Jeffrey Phillips

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Nigel Plummer Junior Stone Mountain, Ga. Chamblee Sprint Free

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2008-09 NCAA Participant (50-Free, 200 Free Relay) 2008-09 ACC Freshman of the Year 2008-09 ACC Champion (50-Free, 200 Free Relay)

In Tech Record Books 50-Free (1st), 19.54 • • 200 Medley Relay (3rd), 1:28.55) • 200-Free Relay (1st), 1:17.84 • 400 Medley Relay (2nd), 3:12.09 • 400-Free Relay (2nd), 2:58.97 As A Sophomore In 2009-10: Swam the first leg of the 400-Free Relay en route to a fifth place finish in 2:58.97 at the ACC Championships also swimming the anchor leg in the 200 and 400 Medley as the Jackets came in sixth (1:28.55) and fifth (3:15.32) respectively … Finished fourth overall in the 50-Free at the ACC Championships touching the wall with a time of 19.96 while also taking 17th in the 100-Free race with a time of 44.64 … Took home the title in the 50Free against Virginia Tech and Florida State with a time of 20.53 … Earned first place showings in both the 50 and 100-Free at the Georgia Tech Invite with times of 20.09 and 44.27 respectively … Began the season with two first place finishes against Clemson, Miami and Western Kentucky turning in times of 20.34 and 45.51 respectively. As A Freshman In 2008-09: Named ACC Freshman of the Year after winning conference titles in both the 50-Free and as a member of the 200-Free Relay team … broke the Georgia Tech mark in the 50Free at the ACC Championships with at 19.54 …was a part of 200free relay squad that shattered a Georgia Tech and ACC record in the event with a time of 1:17.84 at the ACC Championships … qualified for the NCAA Championships in both events … 200-free relay team placed 18th at the event, while placing 60th in the 50-free.

Max Randolph RS-Junior Atlanta, Ga. Lakeside Back/IM

As A Junior In 2009-10: Set three new personal bests at the Triangle Cup in Chapel Hill earning a first place performance in the 200-IM (1;50.72), also breaking his personal bests in the 200Back (1:50.05) and 100-Breast (56.84) … Earned a fourth place showing in the 200-Back touching the wall in 1:54.75. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Redshirted the season due to injury. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Was third on the team in the 200back with a time of 1:50.79 at the ACC Championships … Also recorded the fifth-fastest swim in the 100-back with a 51.24 showing at ACC’s … Top season time in the 100-fly was 50.82 at the ACC championships, while mark of 1:52.10 in the 200-IM at the ACC Championships was the second-fastest on the squad. High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner ... Team captain and recipient of highest school award for academic and athletic excellence senior year (Viking Award) ... MVP freshman and junior year ... DeKalb County backstroke champion 2004-07 ... Lead off on school-record 200-medley relay team ... Ten-year member and age group team record holder for nationally ranked USS Dynamo Swim Club ... Two-time Junior National Qualifier ... Four-year letterwinner in cross county ... MVP freshman, junior and senior year ... Top-10 State finisher senior year ... Voted Mr. Most Spirited by entire senior class.

High School: Three-year letterwinner for coach Curtis Johnson ... As a senior, had a national ranked time in the 50-free and was a state champion ... Was a member of the Chamblee Army Junior ROTC. Personal: Born Nigel C. Plummer on January 5, 1990, in Stone Mountain, Ga. ... Son of Fred Plummer and Jan Costello ... Has an older sister, Audrey, who attends Georgia Tech ... Lists his hobby as playing guitar ... Chose Georgia Tech because it was close to home, good academics and a friendly atmosphere ... Plans to major in Mechanical Engineering.

Plummer’s Career Top Times 50 Free 19.54 2009 ACC Championships 100 Free 44.27 GT Invitational (11/20-22/09) 100 Fly 50.08 2010 ACC Championships

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Personal: Born Maxwell James Randolph on June 29, 1989, in Atlanta ... Son of Randy and Chrys Randolph ... Has two sisters, Brit and Jamie ... Hobbies include running, cycling, and Frisbee ... Majoring in management.

Randolph’s Career Top Times 50 Back 25.19 vs. Emory (1/26/08) 100 Back 51.24 2008 ACC Championships 200 Back 1:50.05 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10) 100 Breast 56.84 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10) 100 Fly 50.82 2008 ACC Championships 200 IM 1:50.72 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10)

Garrett Robberson Senior Edmond, Okla. Edmond North Sprint Free/Back

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Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll 2008-09 NCAA Participant (50-Free, 200-Free Relay) 2008-09 ACC Champion (200-Free Relay) 2008-09 All-ACC (50-Free, 200-Free Relay)

As A Freshman In 2007-08: Was a member of the school-record setting 200-free relay team that clocked in at 1:20.20 at the ACC Championships, good for a NCAA “B” cut and fifth place … Swam the 50-free in 20.32 at ACC’s, the second-best on the team of the year and just missed the ACC top 10 cut … Was also third on the team in the 100-free (45.19 at the ACC Championships), ninth in the 200-free (1:44.88 at the Georgia Tech Invitational) and third in the 100-back with a 50.17 time at ACC’s. High School: Four-year letterwinner under coach Steve Riggs ... Won Oklahoma state championship in 2005 - 06 ... Oklahoma state runner-up in 2004 & 2007 ... Individual state champion in 500 free in 2005, in 100 back in 2006, and in 50 free and 100 back in 2007 ... All-State in 2007 by OCA ... Three-time Individual All-American in 2007 by NISCA ... One relay All-American in 2007 by NISCA ... Academic All-American in 2007 NISCA with GPA of 3.8 ... Four time all-City and Swimmer of the Year in 2007 by the Daily Oklahoma ... Set all-State record in 50 free ... East West Games junior national 2006 - 07 ... U.S. Open qualifier 2006. Personal: Born Garrett Michael Robberson on April 9, 1989, in Norman, Okla. ... Son of D. Mike and Kim Robberson ... Has one older sister, Morgan ... Hobbies include computers, long boarding, fishing, golf, disc golf, volleyball ... Majoring in chemical and biomolecular engineering.

Robberson’s Career Top Times 50 Free 19.63 2009 ACC Championships 100 Free 43.91 2009 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:44.88 GT Invitational (11/16/07) 50 Back 23.59 vs. Emory (1/31/09) 100 Back 49.06 2009 ACC Championship

In Tech’s Record Books: • 50-free (3rd), 19.63 • 100-free (2nd), 43.91 • 100-back (5th), 49.06 • 400-Medley Relay (2nd), 3:12.09 As A Junior In 2009-10: Took third in the 50-Free and seventh in the 100-Free with times of 21.40 and 48.52 respectively at North Carolina … Had a second and fifth place showing in the 50 (20.88) and 100-Free (47.85) vs. Duke … Finished second in the 50-Free and third in the 100-Free with times of 20.51 and 46.60 vs. Miami, Clemson and Western Kentucky. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: At the NCAA Championships, recorded a 50th-place finish in the 50-free (20.06) and was also swam the final leg of the 200-free relay team which came in 18th (1:18.65) … Swam the final leg of the 200-free relay team which set an ACC and Tech record (1:17.84) at the ACC Championships, his split was the 4th fastest in ACC History (18.89) … Part of the 400-free relay team which set a school record (2:54.72) at the ACC Championships …Set career bests in the 50-free (19.63), 100free (43.91) and 100-back (49.06) at the ACC Championships … Touched the wall in a career-best time of 23.59 in the 50-back in a dual meet against Emory.

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Brian Robbins Junior Sandy Springs, Ga. North Springs Mid-Distance

Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

As A Sophomore in 2009-10: Finished ninth in the 200-Free with a time of 1:44.94 vs. Virginia Tech and Florida State … Earned a season best time of 1:44.25 in the 200-Free with a fifth place showing vs. NC State. As A Freshman In 2008-09: Set career bests in the 200-free (1:42.61) and 500-free (4:46.10) against Emory … Established a career best by touching the wall of the 200-fly in a time of 2:00.84 against UNC-Wilmington and Virginia Tech. High School: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Julie Ferris … Was a second-team all-state in 2007 and helped lead team to its highest state finish in school history … Won his high school’s team award all four years and was recipient of the Rookie of the Year Award, Coaches Award, Spartan Award and MVP … Holds school records in the 50-free, 100-free, 200-free, 500-free and 100-fly … Was a member of the National Honor Society, Super Honor Roll all four years and the Principal’s List. Personal: Born Brian Alexander Robbins on Feb. 27, 1990, in Atlanta, Ga. … Son of Rick and Cindy Robbins … Comes from a true Tech family as father played baseball at Georgia Tech from 19771980, sister, Stephanie, played volleyball for Tech from 20052008, and uncle, Andy Hearn, was on the Tech football team from 1981-1985 … In addition, his other sister, Jennifer, was a swimmer at the University of Texas from 2003-2005 … Great grandfather, Frank Nesser and five of his brothers (also known as the Nesser Brothers) are recognized in the Pro Football Hall of Fame … Mother, aunt and grandfather also attended Georgia Tech … Hobbies include playing the saxophone, watching college football, basketball and baseball … Chose Georgia Tech because of the great education and swimming facility … Plans to major in Management.

Robbins’ Career Top Times 100 Free 47.40 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10) 200 Free 1:42.66 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10) 500 Free 4:46.10 vs. Emory (1/31/09) 100 Fly 50.82 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10)

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Ryan Salmon Freshman Savannah, Ga. Benedictine Military School Breast

High School: A four-year letterwinner under the direction of Brennan Lemieux ... Earned All-American honors in the 100-Breast and the 200-IM at the 2010 GHSA Championships ... Earned Second Team All-State Honors and was the MVP of the Benedictine Swim Team in his senior season ... Graduated as the Valedictorian of his high school earning high honors each year ... Member of the National Honor Society from sophomore year on ... Treasurer of the National Honor Society in his senior year. Personal: Born Ryan Alex Salmon on August 28, 1992 in Johannesburg, South Africa ... Parents are Richard and Nadine Salmon ... Has a younger sister Mandy ... Has also lived in Cambridge, England and Toronto, Canada ... Lists Bill Forrestor, his club coach, as one of the biggest influences in his life ... Enjoys mud wrestling and skeet shooting in his free time ... Plans to major in Civil Engineering.

Colin Schouten Sophomore Lititz, Pa. Warwick Distance Free

As A Freshman In 2009-10: Finished 16th overall in the 1650Free and 21st overall in the 500-Free in his first career ACC Championship coming in with times of 15:39.19 and 4:30.72 respectively … Earned a third place showing in the 1000-Free setting a career best time of 9:53.45 vs. NC State … Took home fifth place in both the 500 and 1000-Free vs. Duke with times of 4:51.18 and 10:06.24 respectively. High School: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Mark Daum … Lancaster-Lebanon and District 3 individual champion in the 500-free … 2009 Lancaster-Lebanon Most Valuable Swimmer … Three-time All-American and six-time all-state … 2009 Academic All-American … Holds school records in the 200-free, 500-free, 100-breast and 200-free relay … Vice President of the National Honor Society and Distinguished Honors for four years.

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Personal: Born Colin James Schouten on September 28, 1990, in Lititz, Pa. … Parents are Erik and Jackie Schouten … Brother of Madeline and Emma … Chose Georgia Tech because of the academics, athletics, atmosphere and location … Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as breaking the 4:30 mark in the 500-free at the 2009 state championship … Majoring in STAC.

Matt Tang

Senior Durham, N.C. Charles E. Jordan Back/Free

Schouten’s Career Top Times 200 Free 1:41.40 2010 ACC Championships 500 Free 4:29.15 2010 ACC Championships 1650 Free 15:39.19 2010 ACC Championships

Ben Shepperd Freshman Marietta, Ga. George Walton Comprehensive Sprint Free/Fly

High School: A four-year letterwinner under the direction of Sharon Loughran ... Captained his team for his junior and senior seasons ... Earned a State Championship title in the 50-Free while also earning County Championship honors in the 50-Free and 100-Fly ... Earned All-American, Academic All-American, All-State First Team, and All-County First Team honors ... Holds the 50-Free, 200-Medley and 200 and 400-Free Relay records at his high school ... Also a member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. Personal: Born Benjamin Clayton Shepperd on June 19, 1992 in Boca Raton, Fla. ... Parents are Steve and Sharon Shepperd ... Has one older sister, Leah ... Says his most memorable athletic achievement has been getting the Georgia Long Course 50-meter Free record ... Enjoys water sports ... Undeclared on his major.

Tang’s Career Top Times 50 Free 21.03 2010 ACC Championships 100 Free 45.98 2010 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:41.43 GT Invitational (11/20-22/09) 50 Back 23.29 2008 ACC Championships 100 Back 48.71 2009 ACC Championships 200 Back 1:47.59 2009 ACC Championships 100 Fly 49.49 2009 ACC Championships 2010-11 Georgia Tech Swimming and Diving

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Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2008-09 All-ACC Academic Team Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-back (3rd), 48.71 • 200-back (4th), 1:47.59 • 100-fly (9th), 49.49 • 400 Medley Relay (2nd), 3:12.09 • 800-Free Relay (4th), 6:34.78 As A Junior In 2009-10: Part of the 800-Free Relay team that finished sixth in a time of 6:34.78 at the ACC Championships also earning 21st place in the 100-Back touching the wall in 50.01 … took home third in the 200-Free with a career best time of 1:42.18 vs. NC State … Anchored the 400-Free Relay team to a first place victory over North Carolina. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: On the 800-free relay team which set a school record (6:25.30) at the ACC Championships … Clocked a season-best time of 4:44.95 in the 500-free in a dual meet with Emory … At the 2009 ACC Championships, established career bests in the 100-back (48.71), 200-back (1:47.59) and 100-fly (49.49). As A Freshman In 2007-08: Swam his season best time of 21.28 in the 50-free at the ACC Championships … His time of 47.01 in a leadoff split against Western Kentucky is his season best in the 100-free … Clocked a season-best 1:44.40 against Emory in the 200-free, while his mark of 49.92 in the 100-back at the ACC Championships was second-best on the team and his season best … Also recorded top time of the season in the 200-back at the ACC Championships as he touched the wall in 1:50.08, good for the second best on the team. High School: Lettered in swimming at Charles E. Jordan High School ... National Honor Society ... National Spanish Honor Society ... North Carolina academic scholar. Personal: Born Matthew Willy Tang on January 24, 1989, in Durham, N.C. ... Son of Yau Yang Tang and Sujing Yang ... Has one older sister, Mindy, who swam at Rutgers... Hobbies include volleyball, watching college basketball, tennis, learning about the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures and traveling ... Majoring in Management with a minor in Spanish.

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Zach Tillman Junior Dacula, Ga. Mill Creek Distance Free

As A Freshman In 2008-09: Took first place in the 1650-Free vs. Emory with a time of 16:01.61 also taking second in the 500-Free with a time of 4:39.96 … Finished second with a season best time of 9:30.16 in the 1000-Free at NC State. High School: Was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Rick Creed ... 2008 county and state champion in the 500-free ... All-county in the 800-free, 200-free and 400-free relay ... 500-free all-state selection ... Holds school records in 500-free, 200-free, 200-free relay and 400-free relay. Personal: Born Zachory Eric Tillman on August 8, 1990, in Long Beach, Calif. ... Son of Howard and Natalie Tillman ... Has two brothers, Joshua and Tyler ... Joshua attends Georgia Tech ... Chose Georgia tech because of the academics, athletics and social atmosphere ... Lists hobbies as football, soccer, basketball and rafting ... Intends to major in Chemical Engineering.

As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Set a career-best in the 1000-Free by touching the wall in 9:54.39 against NC State. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Season-low time in the 200-free came at the ACC Championships as he registered a time of 1:47.02 … Also set a season-low in the 500-free at ACC’s with a mark of 4:42.39, good for fifth on the team … Completed team’s fourthbest swim in the 1,000-free (9:56.54) against Western Kentucky, while his time of 16:11.01 in the 1,650-free at the ACC Championships was second-best on the team all season. High School: Four-year letterwinner under coach Abby Dunk ... Elected captain for two seasons ... Four year honor roll recipient, beta club vice president, national honors society. Personal: Born Michael Joseph Vallecoccia on August 12, 1989, in Bridgeport, Conn. ... Son of Michael and Josephine Vallecoccia ... Has one younger brother, Daniel ... Hobbies include reading, playing volleyball and watching movies ... Majoring in Industrial Engineering.

Vallecoccia’s Career Top Times 200 Free 1:44.66 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10) 500 Free 4:42.20 2010 Triangle Cup (2/6/10) 1000 Free 9:54.39 vs. NC State (1/17/09) 1650 Free 16:11.01 2008 ACC Championships

Matthew Vaughan

Tillman’s Career Top Times 100 Free 46.66 Sectional Meet (3/2010) 200 Free 1:40.25 Sectional Meet (3/2010) 500 Free 4:28.47 Sectional Meet (3/2010) 1000 Free 9:20.63 Sectional Meet (3/2010) 1650 Free 15:34.80 Sectional Meet (3/2010)

Junior Virginia Beach, Va. Princess Anne Breast

Michael Vallecoccia Senior Acworth, Ga. Harrison Distance Free

Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

As A Junior In 2009-10: Took home fourth in the 1000-Free and sixth in the 500-Free with times of 9:56.40 and 4:52.90 respectively vs. NC State … Finished the 1650 Free with a time of 16:44.51 at the Georgia Tech Invite.

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In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-breast (3rd), 54.66 • 200-breast (4th), 1:59.72 • 200 Medley Relay (3rd), 1:28.55 As A Sophomore In 2009-10: Set career best times at the ACC Championships in the preliminaries of the 100-Breast (54.66) and finals of the 200-Breast (1:59.72) .... took sixth in the 100 and ninth in the 200-Breast at the ACC Championships with times of 54.76 and 1:59.72 respectively … Finished first in both the 100 and 200Breast vs. Emory with times of 55.73 and 2:03.55 respectively … Touched the wall first in the 100-Breast with a time of 56.53 vs. NC State … Took home first in the 200-Breast vs. Duke with a time of 2:08.25.

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As A Freshman In 2008-09: At the ACC Championships, set careerhighs in the 50-free (21.66), 100-breast (56.18) and 200-breast (2:02.99). High School: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Jay Smith … 2008 Junior National Qualifier in the 50-breast, 100-breast and 200-breast … 2007 and 2008 NCSA Junior National Qualifier in the 50-breast, 100-breast, 200-breast and 200-IM … 2008 high school All-American in the 100-breast … Named the 2008 Male Athlete of the Year for winter sports as well as the Virginia Beach Sports Club Outstanding Male Athlete Award … Four-time all-state in the 100-breast and 200-IM … Three-time school MVP … Holds the school’s lifetime high points award … Set new district and school record in the 100-breast … Member of the honor roll, National Honor Society, Student Cooperative Association and Student Council (vice president as a junior and senior) … Recipient of the Cavalier Award and Student of the Quarter as a junior … Also played club lacrosse for one season. Personal: Born Matthew Eric Vaughan on Sept. 11, 1990, in Ventura, Calif. … Son of Joseph and Vicki Vaughan … Brother of Jackie … Father was a swimmer at William & Mary from 1975-79, while grandfather, Joseph Alvin Vaughan, attended Georgia Tech for one year … Chose to attend Georgia Tech because of the swim team program, location and facilities … Hobbies include surfing, wave boarding, listening to music, playing the bass guitar and hanging out with friends … Is a Polymer Fiber Engineering major.

Vaughan’s Career Top Times 100 Breast 54.66 2010 ACC Championships 200 Breast 1:59.72 2010 ACC Championships

Travis Wagner Senior Canton, Ohio Glen Oak Fly/Free

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Recipient of the 2008-09 Chapman/Hiles Most Improved Athlete Award Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2008-09 All-ACC Academic Team

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-Free (6th), 44.72 • 100-Fly (1st), 47.22 • 800-Free Relay (4th), 6:34.78 As A Junior In 2009-10: Set season best times in the 100 and 500-Free and 100-Fly at the ACC Championships … took home seventh in the 100-Fly with a time of 48.30 (48.03 preliminaries), 14th in the 100-Free in 45.61 (44.87 preliminaries) and 23rd in the 500-Free in 4:33.36 (4:28.31 preliminaries) while also swimming the first leg of the 800 Medley relay team that came across in sixth place with a time of 6:34.78 … Earned a first place show-

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ing in the 200-Free (1:41.76) and second in the 100-Free (47.63) vs. Emory … Touched the wall second in both the 100 and 200Free with times of 46.64 and 1:41.33 respectively vs. NC State … Won the 200-Free vs. Duke with a time of 1:42.63 … Earned his first victories of the season vs. Alabama, FAU, FGCU and Georgia Southern with a 51.15 second performance in the 100-Fly and a 46.58 performance in the 100-Free. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: On the 800-free relay team which set a school record (6:25.30) at the ACC Championships … Set a school record in the 100-fly (47.22) at the ACC Championships … Part of the 400-free relay team which set a school record (2:54.72) at the ACC Championships … Had personal bests at the ACC Championships in the 100-free (44.72), 500-free (4:31.85) and the 100-fly (47.22). As A Freshman In 2007-08: Was a member of the school-record setting 800-free relay team that finished in a NCAA “B” cut time of 6:31.97 at the ACC Championships, good for second place … Clocked a time of 48.55 in the 100-fly at the ACC Championship meet, good for second-best on the team and eighth in the league … It was also a NCAA “B” cut and qualified him for the Olympic Trials … Also established season bests in the 100-free (45.76 at ACC Championships), 200-free (1:40.72 at ACC’s) and the 200-fly (2:01.90 at the Georgia Tech Invitational). High School: Four-year letterwinner under coach Jeff Burrows ... Four-year letterwinner in water polo under coach Jeff Burrows ... Elected captain for a season in swimming ... Elected captain for two seasons in water polo ... Won NEAC, federal league, and sectional champion for the 100 fly and 200 free in 2007... State runner-up in 200 free in 2007 ... NEAC and sectional champion in 100 fly and 100 back in 2006 .... Federal league champions in 2006 ... NEAC champion in 100 fly in 2005 ... Sectional champion in 200 free in 2005 ... NEAC champions in 2004 ... NEAC champion in 100 fly and sectional champion in 500 free in 2004 ... Five-time NISCA All American ... Four-time all-Ohio ... YMCA All-American ... GCAA all-Stark County ... Greater Canton Aquatic Association Male Swimmer of the Year ... Greater Canton Aquatics Association outstanding performance award ... NEAC Male Performer of the Year ... NEAC Male Swimmer of the Meet ... Federal league Swimmer of the Year ... Akron Beacon Journal male swimmer of the year ... First-team federal league ... NEAC all-star ... Federal League Athletic Association Sam Dibalasi commissioner’s award outstanding male scholar athlete ... Team MVP ... Akron Beacon Journal Stark county male scholar athlete ... Federal League Athletic Association Sam Dibalasi commissioner’s award outstanding male scholar ... Outstanding Spanish student, honor student, U.S.A Reserve National scholar council award. Personal: Born Glenn Travis Wagner on May 27, 1989, in Canton, Ohio ... Theodore Wagner and Pamela Wagner ... Has three older brothers, Tod, Cliff, and Kyle, two older sisters Michelle and Tara, and one younger brother, Troy ... Hobbies include biking, reading, and spending time with friends ... Majoring in biology.

Wagner’s Career Top Times 100 Free 44.72 2009 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:36.86 2010 ACC Championships 500 Free 4:28.31 2010 ACC Championships 100 Fly 47.22 2009 ACC Championships

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Helen Alvey

Junior Marietta, Ga. The Walker School Diving

Before Tech (at South Carolina): Named SEC Diver of the Week for her performance in dual meet against Virginia, where she won the one-meter competition...Qualified for NCAA Zone competition... Advanced to finals at NCAA Zones, finishing eighth...Competed at SEC Championships...Named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. High School: A two-year letterwinner under the direction of Jessica Eaton at the Walker School ... Team MVP and team captain as a junior and a senior...Was Georgia state diving champion as a junior and a senior ... Earned All-American and First Team All-County honors in her junior and senior seasons ...Was a four-time national team member and a four-time regional champion...Earned the Ray A. Kroc award. Personal: Born Helen Louise Alvey on April 2, 1990 in Marietta, Ga. ... Parents are Jim Alvey and Sheila Alvey ... Has five other siblings ... Older sister, Suzanne, competed at the University of Arizona in gymnastics from 2006-2009 ... Transitioned from gymnastics into diving at the age of 12 ... Lists her most memorable athletic accomplishment as winning states in her junior year of high school ... Plans to major in Psychology and hopes to be a child psychologist.

Katie Bond

Senior Alpharetta, Ga. Chattahoochee Mid-Distance Free/Back

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As A Junior In 2009-10: Posted a career-best time in the 100back (59.21) at the North Carolina meet in October … Posted the second best mark of the season for the Jackets in the 1000-free (10:40.76) at the Florida State/Virginia Tech meet … Had the third best time on the team in the 200-back (2:01.58) at the 2010 ACC Championships … Earned a third place performance in the 200-Back (2:06.64) and a fifth place showing in the 1000-Free (10:42.34) vs. Emory. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Recorded career-best times in the 200-free (1:52.40) and 200-back (2:00.06) placing her 21st at the meet, and a season best in the 500-free (5:00.15) at the ACC Championships … Top time in the 1,000-free (10:28.22) came against NC State. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Second best on the team in both the 500-free (4:58.50), which she swam in the bonus final at the ACC Championships, and 1,000-free (10:22.20), set at the meet against Emory and Vanderbilt … Recorded the best time on the team (2:02.72) in the 200-back at the ACC Championships finishing 22nd … Swam her season best time of 25.99 in the 50-free against Georgia, which was the leadoff split the 200-free relay … Tallied a season best of 56.00 in the 100-free against Western Kentucky … Her mark of 1:53.06 in the 200-free at the ACC Championship was fourth-best on the team, while her mark of 59.27 in the 100-back against Virginia Tech was fourth-best on the squad. High School: Four-year letterwinner under Coaches Sharon Evans and Dale Faulkins GCC5 State Runner-up … Was voted Most Improved in 2004 and holds her high school record for the 500 free ...LC State Champion in the 200 back in 2007 ... Academic All American 2005-2007 … Graduated magna cum laude and with four years on Honor roll. Personal: Born Katharine Fitzpatrick Bond on September 14, 1989 in Wallingford, Conn. ... Parents are Christopher and Stephanie Bond ... Has three younger brothers, Matthew, Andrew, and Michael, and one younger sister, Elizabeth... Majoring in Management.

Bond’s Career Top Times 200 Free 1:52.40 2009 ACC Championships 500 Free 4:58.50 2008 ACC Championships 1000 Free 10:22.20 vs. Emory & Vandy (1/26/08) 100 Back 59.21 at North Carolina (10/31/09) 200 Back 2:00.06 2009 ACC Championships

Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 500-Free (7th ), 4:58.50 • 1,000-Free (5th), 10:22.20 • 200-Back (4th), 2:00.06

Senior Katie Bond

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Sarah Broadley

Christine Chuang

Junior Windermere, Fla. Olympia Mid-Distance Free

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-Free (3rd), 50.99 • 200-Free (3rd), 1:49.17 • 500-Free (4th),4:54.60 • 200-IM (10th), 2:07.46 As A Sophomore in 2009-10: Set new career-bests in two events at the 2010 ACC Championships, the 200-Free (1:49.17) and the 500-Free (4:54.60) … Finished 25th overall in the 500-Free at the ACC Championships with a 4:54.60 mark … Placed 18th in the 200Free at the same meet with a 1:49.17 mark … Took home the title in the 500-Free vs. Emory (5:04.47) also finishing second in the 200Free with a time of 1:51.64 … Jumped into the record books with a 25th place showing in the 200-IM at the Georgia Tech Invite coming across in 2:07.46. As A Freshman In 2008-09: Member of the 400-free relay team which set a school record (3:20.64) at the ACC Championships …Set career-highs in the 100-fre (50.99), 200-free (1:49.49) and 500-free (4:55.55) at the ACC Championships … Each of those swims are the third-fastest in school history … Also recorded a season-best time of 59.86 in the 100-fly against Clemson. High School: Four-year letterwinner and three-year captain for Coach Chuck Burgess … Was part of four district championship and three conference championship teams … Was a six-time district champion, four conference championships, three regional championships and the 2004 state champion in the 500-free … Four time high school MVP, eight-time FHSAA All-American and three-time Orlando Sentinel all-state pick … Holds school records in the 200free, 500-free, 200-free relay and 400-free relay … Also a five-time YMCA national champion … Member of the National Honor Society, Summa Cum Laude, Science National Honor Society and National Technical Honor Society. Personal: Born Sarah Nicole Broadley on October 25, 1989, in San Bernadino, Calif. … Parents are Richard and Lenore Broadley … Has a sister, Elizabeth … Father played water polo from 1977-81 at Mount San Antonio College and UC-Santa Barbara … Chose Georgia Tech because of its academics, the swim team and coaches as well as the facility and location … Hobbies include surfing, rock climbing, and listening to music … Describes herself as a big movie junkie … Majoring in Industrial Engineering.

Broadley’s Career Top Times 100 Free 50.99 2009 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:49.17 2010 ACC Championships 500 Free 4:54.60 2010 ACC Championships 200-IM 2:07.46 GT Fall Invitational (11/20/09 2010-11 Georgia Tech Swimming and Diving

Senior Clarksburg, Md. Poolesville Fly/Sprint Free

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Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 50-free (4th), 23.63 • 100-fly (2nd), 54.85 • 200-fly (3rd), 2:01.24 As A Junior In 2009-10: Posted a career best mark at the 2010 ACC Championships in the 100-fly (54.85) … This mark was good enough to earn Chuang a 17th place finish in the event … Finished 23rd in the 200-Fly at the same meet with a time of 2:03.78 … Earned a seasonbest performance in the 200-Fly with an 11th place, 2:02.90 showing at the Georgia Tech Invite … Finished with a season-best time in the 100-Free touching the wall seventh in 54.13 at UNC. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Member of the 200-medley relay team which set a school record (1:42.64) at the ACC Championships … Part of the Tech record-setting 200-free relay team (1:33.16) at the ACC Championships … Set season-highs in the 50-free (23.63), 100-fly (55.25) and 200-fly (2:01.24) at the ACC Championships. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Set a school record in the 100-fly with a NCAA “B” cut time of 55.12 at the Georgia Tech Invitational … At the same meet, recorded a NCAA B”” cut time of 2:01.45 in the 200fly which was the ninth-best in the ACC all year … Clocked a 23.87 in the 50-free at the GT Invitational, good for second-best on the team, while her 52.64 that same weekend in the 100-free was fourth-best … Ranked fifth on the squad with a 2:12.64 in the 200-IM in a meet with Alabama, Clemson and Florida State. High School: Three-year letterwinner under Coach Jon Leong ... Elected captain for one season ... Won Junior National Championship ... Won high school division Championship in 2005 ... Won spring zone in 100 yd butterfly ... MVP 2003 - 07 ... Scholastic All-American (2004 -07) ... DVS Scholar Athlete Award (2003 - 07) ... Holds RMSC record in 50 yd and 200 yd butterfly ... Honor roll. Personal: Born Christine Shirley Chuang on April 10, 1989 in Peoria, Ill. ... Parents are Paul and Julie Chuang ... Has one younger sister, Cara and one younger brother, Matthew ... Hobbies include volleyball ... An Industrial Engineering major.

Chuang’s Career Top Times 50 Free 23.63 2009 ACC Championships 100 Free 52.64 GT Invitational (11/16/07) 100 Fly 54.85 2010 ACC Championships 200 Fly 2:01.24 2009 ACC Championships

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Kristen Dornstauder Junior Newark, Del. Tower Hill School IM/Distance Free

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Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 200-Fly (10th), 2:04.10 • 200-IM (8th), 2:05.50 • 400-IM (2nd), 4:25.76

free relay, 400-free relay, 800-free relay, 200-medley relay and 400-medley relay … Was a four-year scholar with high honors and also recipient of the American Chemical Society Textbook Award and Crichton Science Award, both in 2008 … Member of the Cum Laude society. Personal: Born Kristen Marie Dornstauder on February 14, 1990, in Wilmington, Del. … Parents are Mark and Nancy Dornstauder … Has a younger brother, Karl … Chose Tech because of its engineering, swimming team and campus … Intends to major in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.

Dornstauder’s Career Top Times 200 Free 1:56.11 vs. Emory (1/30/10) 500 Free 4:59.73 2009 ACC Championships 200 Fly 2:04.10 2009 ACC Championships 200 IM 2:05.50 2009 ACC Championships 400 IM 4:25.76 2009 ACC Championships

As a Sophomore in 2009-10: Posted her best times of the season in the 200-Fly (2:07.41), 200-IM (2:11.00) and the 400-IM (4:29.69) at the Triangle College Cup … Took home sixth in the 100-Fly with a season best time of 59.99 … Earned a third place finish in the 200-IM at North Carolina touching the wall with a time of 2:14.07.

Jordan Evans Junior Hoschton, Ga. Mill Creek IM/Fly

As A Freshman In 2008-09: Burst onto the scene with four swims that appear in Tech’s all-time top 10 list … At the ACC Championships, set career-highs in the 500-free (4:59.73), 200-fly (2:04.10), 200-IM (2:05.50) and 400-IM (4:25.76) … Also swam a seasonbest 10:43.53 in the 1,000-free against Clemson. High School: Four-year letterwinner in swimming for coach Sharon Reynolds … Was the 2005 and 2006 state champion in the 500-free as well as 2008 YMCA combined team district champion … Four-time first-team all-state and first-team all-conference as well as a YMCA national finalist … Holds school records in the 200-medley relay, 200-free relay, 200-free, 100-fly and 500-free … YMCA record holder in 500-free, 1,000-free, 100-fly, 200-fly, 200-

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Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll 2009-10 Chapman/Hiles Most Improved Athlete Award

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-fly (1st), 54.70 • 200-fly (5th), 2:02.20 • 200-IM (2nd), 2:02.47 • 400-IM (9th), 4:32. As a Sophomore in 2009-10: Posted career-best marks in three events at the 2010 ACC Championships … Earned an 11th place finish in the 100-fly after hitting the wall in 54.70 … Time was not only a personal-best, but was a new school record in the event … Placed 16th in both the 200-Fly and the 200-IM in personal-best times of 2:02.20 in the 200-Fly and 2:02.47 in the 200-IM … Set a personal best in the 400-IM with a time of 4:33.36 vs. Emory … Had the team’s best finish in both the 100-Fly and the 200-IM vs. Virginia Tech and Florida State with times of 56.66 and 2:08.44 respectively … Earned a first place finish in the 200-IM with a time of 2:11.90 at UNC.

Junior Kristen Dornstauder

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As A Freshman In 2008-09: Burst onto the scene with four individual swims that appear in Tech’s all-time top 10 list … Part of the 400-medley relay team which set a school record at the ACC Championships (3:42.17)… At the ACC Championships, set careerhighs in the 100-fly, 200-fly, 200-IM and 400-IM. High School: Three –year letterwinner for Coach Rick Creed … Won the 2007 100-fly championship … Was an All-American in the 200-IM (2006), 100-fly (2007), 200-IM (2007), 100-fly (2008), 100-breast (2008), 200-free (2008), 200-free relay (2008) and the 800-free relay (2008) … Set high school records in the 100-fly, 100-breast, 200-IM, 50-free and 100-free. Personal: Born Jordan Page Evans on May 15, 1990, in Decatur, Ga. … Parents are Rick and Sandra Evans … Sister of Katie and Jonathan … Uncle, Joe Pinson, attended Georgia Tech … Chose Georgia Tech because of its swimming program, closeness to home and rigor of academics … Hobbies include reading and pet sitting … Management major.

Evans’ Career Top Times 50 Free 24.62 2009 GT Fall Invitational 100 Fly 54.70 2010 ACC Championships 200 Fly 2:02.20 2010 ACC Championships 200 IM 2:02.47 2010 ACC Championships

Caroline Fore

Freshman Boiling Springs, S.C. Boiling Springs Breast/IM

High School: A four-year letterwinner at Boiling Springs High School where she captained her team from her sophomore year on ... Won the 200-IM at the 2009 State Championships ... Named All-American in the 200-IM, All-State, and MVP of her team for all four years ... Holds the state record in the 200-Breast ... Wendy’s High School Heisman State Finalist.

Junior Jordan Evans

Ashley Hardy

Freshman Sterling Heights, Mich. Adlai E. Stevenson Diving

High School: A four-year letterwinner under the direction of Adam Wadie ... Captained her team during her senior season ... Earned All-American honors in her junior and senior years ... Named AllState in her junior and senior years ... Set a diving record in the Macomb County Swimming and Diving Meet in 2009 ... Also a member of the Key Club and French Club. Personal: Born Ashley Sydney Hardy on February 12, 1992 ... Parents are Robert and Lori Hardy ... Has two older siblings, Jeremiah and Jamie ... Made the transition from gymnastics to diving in her freshman year of high school ... Adam Wadie, her high school coach, has been her biggest influence ... Plans to major in Biomedical Engineering.

Personal: Born Caroline Beth Fore on March 16, 1992 in Salt Lake City, Utah ... Parents are Bryan and Terry Fore ... Has a younger brother, Christopher ... Chose Georgia Tech because of the academics, the closeness of the swim team and the location ... Plans to major in International Affairs and Modern Languages in hopes of being a Spanish teacher.

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Heidi Hatteberg Junior Louisville, Ky. DuPont Manual Back/Sprint CAPTAIN

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Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll 2009-10 Chapman/Hiles Most Improved Athlete Award

In Tech’s Record Books: • 50-free (6th), 23.69 • 500-free (3rd), 4:50.77 • 100-back (2nd), 55.25 • 200-back (1st), 1:57.68 As a Sophomore in 2009-10: Set a new personal-best during her sophomore season in the 500-free after hitting the wall in 4:50.77 at the 2010 ACC Championships … mark was the 17th best of the championships … Also set new personal bests in the 100 and 200back at the ACC Championships … hit the wall in 1:57.68 to finish 10th overall in the 200-back and finished in 55.25 in the 100-back to place 18th … Finished first in both the 100 and 200-Back vs. Emory touching the wall in 56.79 and 2:03.05 respectively … Earned a first place finish in the 100-Back with a time of 57.25 vs. NC State … Took home second in the 200-Back with a time of 2:05.94 at UNC … Finished first in both the 100 and 200-Back at Duke with times of 56.91 and 2:03.90 respectively. As A Freshman In 2008-09: Part of the Tech record-setting 200-free relay team (1:33.16) at the ACC Championships … Set career-highs in the 50-free (23.69), 100-back (55.96) and 200-back (1:59.38) at the ACC Championships … Also established career-bests in the 100free (52.69) at the ConocoPhillips U.S. Short Course Nationals.

High School: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Gary Webb … Was part of four state championship teams … Set a new high school record in the 100-back in 2008 and won the title … Two-time All-American and 2008 recipient of the Seahawk Award … Qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 100-back with her time of 1:04.19 at the OVC Meet … Class Valedictorian as well as member of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. Personal: Born Heidi Jill Hatteberg on July 11, 1990, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa … Parents are Kent and Hope Hatteberg … Has two older sisters, Sarah and Lindsay … Father was director of the choir at the University of Louisville that won the choir Olympics as well as the Kentucky Ambassadors … Chose Georgia Tech because of its education, swimming and proximity to home … Hobbies include singing, dancing, running, sewing and designing … An Aerospace Engineering major.

Hatteberg’s Career Top Times 50 Free 23.69 2009 ACC Championships 100 Free 52.69 Short Course Nationals (12/4/08) 500 Free 4:50.77 2010 ACC Championships 50 Back 26.89 vs. UNC-Wil. and VaTech (1/24/09) 100 Back 55.25 2010 ACC Championships 200 Back 1:57.68 2010 ACC Championships

Vida Jemec Senior Greer, S.C. Riverside Fly/IM

Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-Fly (5th), 55.84

Junior Captain Heidi Hatteberg

As A Junior in 2009-10: Set a new personal-best in the 100-Free at the 2010 Triangle College Cup in February, hitting the wall in 55.91 … Recorded best time of the season in the 100-Fly at the Triangle College Cup as well, finishing in 57.26 … Took eighth in the 100-Fly vs. NC State with a time of 59.55. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Established a career-high in the 100-fly (55.84) at the ACC Championships … Had a season-best swim in the 100-breast (1:07.28) at the ACC Championships. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Recorded the third-fastest time on the team in the 100-breast (1:07.27) and 100-fly (56.82) at the ACC Championships … Was second on the squad in the 200-IM (2:09.13) at ACC’s and fifth in the 200-fly with a time of 2:12.87 against UGA. High School: Six-year letterwinner under Coach Ed-

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die Hughes ... Won 100 fly as sophomore, junior, and senior and 100 breast as sophomore ... Received MVP, All-State, and all-Region honors four seasons ... Holds the RHS record in 100 fly and 200-IM ... National Honor Society ... National French Honor Society ... Key club ... Beta club, yearbook ... Graduated top 5% in class. Personal: Born Vida Jemec on December 2, 1988 in Slovenia ... Parents are Marjan and Nika Jemec ... Has three siblings Sebastijan, Ana and Domen ... Majoring in Polymer Fiber Engineering.

Jemec’s Career Top Times 100 Free 55.91 2010 Triangle College Cup 100 Breast 1:07.27 2008 ACC Championships 100 Fly 55.84 2009 ACC Championships 200 Fly 2:12.87 vs. Georgia (11/7/07) 200 IM 2:09.13 2008 ACC Championships

As a Junior in 2009-10: Posted best time of the season in the 100-free at the ACC Championships, hitting the wall in 52.44 for a 31st place finish … Also posted best time in the 50-free at the ACC Championships with a mark of 24.41 … Swam the 500-free for the first time in her career in a dual meet against Emory and posted a time of 5:12.25, coming in fourth place … Took fifth in the 200Free with a time of 1:54.86 at UNC. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Established career-highs in the 50-free (24.07), 100-free (52.09), 200-free (1:51.22) and 100-fly (56.44) at the ACC Championships. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Was fifth on the team in the 50-free and 100-free after swimming a 24.64 and 53.33, respectively at the ACC Championships … Turned in the team’s sixth-best swim in the 200-free after clocking in at 1:57.05 at the Georgia Tech Invitational … Her time of 57.41 in the 100-fly at the ACC Championships was good for fourth-best on the campaign. High School: Four-year letterwinner under Coach Terry Blish ... Named team captain during her senior season ... Won 200 freestyle relay in 2004-05 ... Won 400 freestyle relay in 2006-07 ... Girls State Championships A-AAAA 2007 ... All-American (200405 & 2007) ... All-State (2004-05) ... Holds school records in 200 and 400 freestyle ... Honor roll, FCA officer, retreat leader, and Eucharistic minister. Personal: Born Katherine Mary Locker on June 2, 1989 in Atlanta, Ga. ... Parents are Doug and Beth Locker ... Has two younger siblings, John and Anne ... Hobbies include listening to music, spending time with friends and family, and going to the beach ... Mangement major.

Senior Vida Jemec

Katherine Locker

Locker’s Career Top Times 50 Free 24.07 2009 ACC Championships 100 Free 52.09 2009 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:51.22 2009 ACC Championships 100 Fly 56.44 2009 ACC Championships

Senior Decatur, Ga. Marist Fly/Sprint Free CAPTAIN

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2007-08 recipient of the J. Herb McAuley Freshman Unity Award Named to the 2007-08 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 200-free (8th), 1:51.22 • 100-fly (9th), 56.44

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Jessie Mason Junior Suwanee, Ga. Home Schooled Sprint Free/Back

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Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 50-free (2nd), 23.31 • 100-free (5th), 51.29 • 100-back (3rd), 55.78 As a Sophomore in 2009-10: Set personal-bests in two events on the year (50-Free, 100-Back) … Recorded a P.R. in the 100Back at the 2010 ACC Championships, finishing in 55.78 during the preliminary trials … Took 21st in the 100-Back finals (56.08) and 22nd in the 50-Free with a time of 23.41 … Finished second overall in the 50-free at the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational in November, hitting the wall in 23.31 … Won the 50-Free at UNC with a time of 23.95. As A Freshman In 2008-09: Member of the 200-medley relay team which set a school record (1:42.64) at the ACC Championships … Part of the Tech record-setting 200-free relay team (1:33.16) at the ACC Championships … Member of the 400-free relay team which set a school record (3:20.64) at the ACC Championships … Established all her individual event career top times at the ACC Championships in the 50-free (23.35), 100-free (51.29), 50-back (25.77) and the 100-back (56.53). High School: Was home schooled … Swam at the 2007 Short Course Nationals with a U.S. Open qualifying time in the 50-free … Placed at the Region One Championships in equestrian in both 2005 and 2006. Personal: Born Jessica Leigh Mason on January 16, 1990, in Virginia Beach, Va. … Parents are Michael and Cheryl Mason … Has a younger brother, Connor … Chose Georgia Tech because of its academics, location and the swimming team … Hobbies include equestrian and surfing … Majoring in Management.

Mason’s Career Top Times 50 Free 23.31 2009 GT Fall Invitational 100 Free 51.29 2009 ACC Championships 50 Back 25.77 2009 ACC Championships 100 Back 55.78 2010 ACC Championships

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Hen Pauker

Senior Nahariya, Israel Amal 1 Nahariya Breast

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-breast (4th), 1:04.16 • 200-breast (5th), 2:19.83 As A Junior in 2009-10: Posted personal-best marks in three events at the 2010 ACC Championships … Finished 100-Breast with a time of 1:04.16 (20th place), second career-best mark came in the 200-Breast with a time of 2:19.83 (23rd place) and last P.R. came in the 200-IM in 2:06.92 (33rd place) … Took second in the 100-Breast (1:06.91) and third in the 200-Breast (2:26.16) vs. Emory … Earned a sixth place finish in the 100-Breast at the Georgia Tech Invitational touching the wall in a time of 1:05.17 as the Yellow Jackets’ top finisher … Earned two second place finishes in the 100 and 200-Breast with times of 1:06.72 and 2:26.60 respectively at UNC. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Posted career-highs in the 100breast (1:04.67) and 200-breast (2:21.44) at the ACC Championships … Turned in season bests in the 500-free (5:15.68) at the ACC Championships and in the 200-IM (2:13.67) against Florida State. As A Freshman In 2007-08: Joined team mid-way through the season … Had the fourth-best time in the 500-free when she touched the wall in 5:05.59 at the ACC Championships … Had the best times of the season for the squad in the 100- and 200-breast as she recorded a 1:04.67 and 2:21.11, respectively at the ACC Championships. High School/International: Won first place in the Israeli Championships in the 4x50 IM relay as well as recording a second-place finish in the 100-breast. Personal: Born Hen Pauker on March 5, 1987, in Nahariva, Israel … Parents are Yossi and Rachel Pauker … Sister of Adi and Lior … Chose Georgia Tech because it is a good school and she wants to help the swimming team … Hobbies include dancing, movies, running and music … Is an Industrial Engineering major.

Pauker’s Career Top Times 500 Free 5:05.59 2008 ACC Championships 100 Breast 1:04.16 2010 ACC Championships 200 Breast 2:19.83 2010 ACC Championships 200 IM 2:06.92 2010 ACC Championshps 2010-11 Georgia Tech Swimming and Diving


Personal: Born Kathleen Marie Riley on January 1, 1991, Meadowbrook, Pa. … Parents are John and Sue Riley … Sister of John and Megan … Father was a swimmer at Drexel, while brother and sister were swimmers at Virginia Tech and Richmond, respectively … Chose Georgia Tech because of the academics, friendly atmosphere and facilities … Enjoys reading … Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as qualifying for junior nationals in Orlando, Fla. … Majoring in International Affairs.

Senior Hen Pauker

Riley’s Career Top Times 50 Free 23.76 2010 ACC Championships 100 Free 51.25 2010 ACC Championships 100 Back 56.81 2010 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:54.87 2009 GT Fall Invitational

Kate Riley

Sophomore Oak Ridge, N.C. Northwest Guilford Sprint Free

Sarah Roethel Freshman Herndon, Va. Herndon Diving

Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 50-free (8th), 23.76 • 100-free (4th), 51.25 • 100-back (7th), 56.81 As a Freshman In 2009-10: Posted a solid freshman campaign On the Flats, etching her name into Georgia Tech’s all-time list in several events … Riley posted all of her season best times at the ACC Championships, first with a impressive performance in the 100-free, finishing in 51.25 … Hit the wall in 23.76 in the 50-free for a 29th place finish while her mark of 56.81 in the 100-Back gave her a 32nd place finish … Earned two second place performances in the 50 and 100-Free vs. Emory with times of 23.99 and 51.70 respectively … Took second in the 50-Free vs. NC State coming in with a time of 23.95 … Finished second in the 50-Free at UNC with a time of 24.06 … Started the year off with a second place performance in the 50-Free touching the wall in 24.39. High School: Four-year letterwinner for Coach Matt Thorn … Fourtime Metro 4A conference champion … Two-time conference MVP … 2006-07 USA Swimming Scholastic All-American … 2006-07 National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association All-American … Member of the National Honor Society … Treasurer of the Interact Club … Honor Roll student and member of Teens in Action.

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High School: A four-year letter winner (two at Sachem East High School; two at Herndon High School) graduating under the direction of Pat Whitham ... Named team captain her senior year ... Earned the coaches award for diving in her sophomore season at Sachem East ... Given the Sportsmanship award for diving in her senior year ... All-District in her junior and senior years ... Holds the high school record at Herndon for the 1-meter dive (6 dives, 224 points) ... Also a member of the winter and spring track and field teams where she earned All-District honors in the shot put, pole vault, 100-meter run, pentathlon and four times for the high jump ... holds the school record at Sachem East in the pentathlon (2,123 points) ... Named to the honor roll in each of her high school years ... Member of the National Honor Society and Foreign Language Honor Society. Personal: Born Sarah Anne Roethel on April 10, 1992 in Stonybrook, N.Y. ... Parents are Stephen and Theresia Roethel ... Has two older brothers, Michael and Richard ... Brother, Michael competed at LaSalle University from 2006-10 in track and field while Richard currently competes in track at Christopher Newport University and recently played football for the university ... Also enjoys volleyball and Frisbee ... Plans to major in Polymer, Textile and Fiber Engineering.

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Sarah Schoeff

Keren Siebner

Senior Kennesaw, Ga. Marietta Sprint Free/Back

As a Junior in 2009-10: Posted a personal best time in the 100free at the 2010 Triangle College Cup in February with a mark of 53.50 to finish sixth overall in the event … Also had a career-best time in the 50-back (28.15) in a meet against Alabama, Florida Atlantic, Florida Gulf Coast and Georgia Southern in October. As A Sophomore In 2008-09: Turned in career performances at the ACC Championships in the 50-free (24.16), 100-free (53.81) and the 100-back (59.07). As A Freshman In 2007-08: Swam the sixth-fastest 50-free time at the ACC Championships with a 25.06 … Also set her season lows in the 100-free (55.29) and 100-back (1:01.43) at the conference championship meet. High School: Four-year letterwinner under Coach Belinda Smith ... Elected as team captain during junior and senior seasons ... Academic All-American for two years ... Georgia All-star for 4 years ... Cobb County first team sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Received MVP (2005-07) ... Holds team records in 50 free, 100 free, and 100 back ... Graduated with honors. Personal: Born Sarah Nicole Schoeff on August 26, 1989 in Marietta, Ga. ... Parents are Timothy and Elise Schoeff ... Has younger brother Jake ... Hobbies include music and photography ... Majoring in science, technology, and culture.

Schoeff’s Career Top Times 50 Free 24.16 2009 ACC Championships 50 Back 28.15 2009 vs. Bama/FAU/Ga. Southern/FGSU 100 Free 53.50 2010 Triangle College Cup 100 Back 59.07 2009 ACC Championships

Junior Herzelia, Israel Hayovel Mid-Distance Free

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Named to the 2008-09 ACC Academic Honor Roll Named to the 2009-10 ACC Academic Honor Roll

In Tech’s Record Books: • 50-Free (3rd), 23.56 • 100-Free (2nd), 50.27 • 200-Free (3rd), 1:50.21 • 100-Back (9th), 57.80 • 200-Back (6th), 2:02.70 • 100-Fly (10th), 57.11 • 200-Fly (4th), 2:01.63 As A Sophomore in 2009-10: Set career bests in six events improving upon two times already in the school record books and adding her name to four other events … Took 24th in the 200Free (21:50.63) and 15th in the 200-Fly after setting a personal bests in the prelims (1:50.21 and 2:01.63, respectively) at the ACC Championships … Was a member of the 800-Free relay team to take sixth with a time of 7:18.42 and the 400-Free relay team to earn seventh in 3:21.69 at the ACC Championships … Set a P.R. in the 100-Fly with a first place finish vs. Emory … Upped her career best in the 50-Free (23.56) and set a new P.R. in the 200-Back (2:02.70) at the Georgia Tech Invitational … Set a new personal best in the 100-Back at Duke with a third place finish. As A Freshman In 2008-09: Member of the 200-medley relay team which set a school record (1:42.64) at the ACC Championships … Member of the 400-free relay team which set a school record (3:20.64) at the ACC Championships … Had career performances in the 50-free (23.80), 100-free (50.27) and 200-free (1:50.29) at the ACC Championships … Top times in the 100-back (1:01.36) came in a tri-meet with Florida Atlantic and Florida Gulf Coast. High School: Swam four years for Coach Doron Segal and was a two-time captain … Holds Israeli Junior records in the 50-free, 200free and 200-back. Personal: Born Keren Michaela Siebner on June 9, 1990, in KfarSaba, Israel … Parents are Miron and Osnat Siebner … Has an older sister, Sivan … Chose Georgia Tech because of the swim team and its academics … Majoring in Industrial Engineering.

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Morgan Trickett Sophomore Greenville, S.C. J.L. Mann Free/Back/Breast

Junior Keren Siebner

Siebner’s Career Top Times 50 Free 23.56 2010 ACC Championships 100 Free 50.27 2009 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:50.21 2010 ACC Championships 100 Back 57.80 at Duke (10/30/09) 200 Back 2:02.70 GT Invite (11/20-22/09) 100 Fly 57.11 vs. Emory (1/30/10) 200 Fly 2:01.63 2010 ACC Championships

Taylor Sostarecz Freshman Easton, Pa. Easton Area Distance/IM

High School: A two-year letterwinner in both of her seasons on the swim team under the direction of Earl Page ... Earned Honor Roll honors ... Member of the National Honor Society and French National Honor Society. Personal: Born Taylor Skye Sostarecz on July 31, 1992 in Easton, Pa. ... Parents are Jeffrey and Nanci Sostarecz ... Has an older brother, Eric ... Chose Georgia Tech for it’s academic reputation, swim program and campus ... Began swimming at the age of five ... Plans to major in Chemical Engineering.

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2009-10 J. Herb McAuley Freshman Unity Award

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-Back (4th), 55.92 • 100-Breast (9th), 1:06.51 • 200-IM (4th), 2:03.92 As A Freshman in 2009-10: Took 20th in the 100-Back with a career best time of 55.92 in her first ACC Championships and earned a 24th place finish in the 200-IM with a personal best time of 2:03.92 … Set a personal best in the 100-Breast with a 13th place finish at the Georgia Tech Invitational touching the wall in 1:06.51. High School: Six-year letterwinner for Coaches Phillip Caston and Cile Williamson … Six-time all-state in the 50-free … 2007 AllAmerican in the 50-free and two-time Scholastic All-American … As a senior, won the 50-free, 100-free and 400-free relay at the state championship … Part of eight other state championship titles in 200-medley relay, 400-free relay, 50-free, 100-free, 200free relay and 100-back from seventh-eleventh grades … All told, won 11 gold, seven silver and two bronze medals in six years of high school swimming, the most in the history of South Carolina High School … Three-time Women’s Athlete of the Year and MVP. Personal: Born Morgan Grace Trickett on October 8, 1990, in Columbia, S.C. … Parents are Peter and Toni Trickett … Sister of Lyndsey and Trey … Chose Georgia Tech because of the academics, swim team and the facility … Most memorable athletic achievement was winning the Girl’s State Championship as a senior …. STAC major.

Trickett’s Career Top Times 50 Free 24.76 vs. Bama/FAU/FGCU/Ga. South (10/3/09) 100 Free 52.22 2010 ACC Championships 100 Back 55.92 2010 ACC Championships 100 Breast 1:06.51 GT Invitational (11/20-22/09) 200 IM 2:03.92 2010 ACC Championships

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Alexis Weber Sophomore Cumming, Ga. West Forsyth Sprint Free

In Tech’s Record Books: • 100-Free (10th), 52.05 • 200-Free (4th), 1:49.81 As A Freshman In 2009-10: Finished 20th in the 200-Free with a personal best time of 1:49.81 in her first career ACC Championship appearance … Was a member of the sixth place 800-Free relay team (7:18.42), seventh place 400-Free relay team (3:21.69) and ninth place 200-Free relay team (1:33.00) … Set a P.R. in the 50-Free with a time of 23.96 vs. NC State touching the wall in third place. High School: Two-year letterwinner for Coach Hunt at Forsyth Central and one-year letterwinner for Coach Ernst at West Forsyth … Won the Metro Atlanta High School Championship in the 50-free and 100-free … Holds most of the records at both West Forsyth and Forsyth Central … In 2008, came in second in the state in both the 50-free and 100-free … 2008 and 2009 High Point Female Swimmer … Recipient of the Dynamo Award of Excellence in 2009 … Two-time Scholastic All-American … President of the Spanish Club … Events planner for the Green Club … Member of National Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society … Graduated with honors and a dual seal. Personal: Born Alexis Nicole Weber on September 30, 1990, in Tampa, Fla. … Parents are Christopher and Edelmira Weber … Sister of Mitchell … Chose Georgia Tech because “its one of the best schools in the country for engineering,” the amazing swimming program and pool and that its close to home … A Civil Engineering major.

Weber’s Career Top Times 50 Free 23.55 2010 ACC Championships 100 Free 50.69 2010 ACC Championships 200 Free 1:49.81 2010 ACC Championships

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Hailey White Freshman Duluth, Ga. Duluth Sprint Free/Fly

High School: A four-year letterwinner under the direction of Jim Beason at Duluth High School ... Captained her team in her final two seasons ... Four-time All-American ... Four-Time All-State ... FourTime All-County ... Four-time MVP of the Duluth High School swim team ... Member of the Georgia Zone Team in 2005 and 2006 ... 25-time event winner at the Georgia State Championships ... Current school record holder in the 100-Free and 200-Free ... Earned Honor Roll honors and was a member of the student council. Personal: Born Hailey Elizabeth White on April 7, 1992 in Lawrenceville, Ga. ... Parents are Bradley and Deanne White ... Has an older sister Mary Kathryn and a younger sister Caroline ... Began swimming at the age of seven ... Lists her most memorable athletic accomplishment as breaking the southeastern sectional and Georgia state record in the 1650-Free ... Plans to major in Management.

Hillary Yarosh Freshman West Chester, Pa. Unionville Sprint Free/Fly

High School: A four-year letterwinner at Unionville High School where she captained her team in her senior season ... Helped her team to the 2008 Chesmont League Championships ... Earned Scholastic All-American honors from her sophomore year on ... AllAmerican in the 100-Fly and 200-Medley relay in her junior and senior years ... All-Area in each of her years on the swim team ... All-State in her sophomore, junior and senior years ... Four-time AllDistrict ...Won the 100-Fly at the PIAA AAA Swimming at Districts to qualify her for junior nationals ... Member of the National Honor Society, Spanish National Honor Society, and earned distinguished honors all four years of high school. Personal: Born Hillary Kerr Yarosh on May 20, 1992 in Bryn Mahr, Pa. ... Parents are Alan and Julee Hill Yarosh ... Has three siblings, Kendall, Marissa and Ainsley ... Also enjoys soccer and playing the piano ... Began swimming at the age of seven ... Chose Tech for its academics, swim team unity and swimming program ... Plans to major in Industrial Engineering and hopes to work for Disney.

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L-R: Athletic Trainer Mark Smith, Assistant Coach Mark Toburen, Assistant Coach Chris DeSantis, Head Coach Courtney Shealy Hart, Assistant Coach Marty Hamburger, Diving Coach John Ames

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Year

Event(s)

College, Year

Fourth

Middle Distance Free and Stroke

Georgia, 2001

John Ames

10th

Diving

Ohio, 1993

Marty Hamburger

Sixth

Sprints

Iowa, 1991

Mark Toburen

Second

Distance

NC State, 1996

Chris DeSantis

Second

Breast, IM

Colby College, 2006

Courtney Shealy Hart

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Courtney Shealy Hart

Head Coach Second Season (Fourth overall at Tech) Georgia, 2001 Courtney Shealy Hart, a Georgia Tech assistant coach for two years, was named head coach of the Yellow Jackets’ swimming programs on April 30, 2009. Shealy Hart is the eighth head coach in the history of the program. In her first year as the head of the swimming and diving program in 2009-10, Shealy Hart led the men’s team to a fifth place performance and the women’s team to a ninth place showing at the ACC Championships. The men’s meet was highlighted by three first place finishes by Gal Nevo while the women broke four school records. Nevo’s success continued into the NCAA Championships where Hart helped the senior to All-American status in each of his races, a runner-up finish up in the 400-IM for the second-straight season, and a school record time in the 200-Fly in his final race as a Yellow Jacket to give Tech a 23rd finish at the event. In two seasons as an assistant coach, Shealy Hart worked primarily with the middle distance free and stroke group and also served as recruiting coordinator. The Georgia Tech swimming programs enjoyed unprecedented success in the two year’s since Shealy Hart’s arrival and she has worked with multiple NCAA participants. In 2007-08, the women’s team finished 30th at the NCAA Championships for the best finish in program history. In 2008-09, the men’s squad turned in its best NCAA effort with a 19thplace finish. Nevo was an All-American in both the 200-IM and 400-IM as well as being named ACC Swimmer of the Year. His mark in the 400-IM was the second-fastest in NCAA history and third-fastest in the world. Nigel Plummer was named the ACC Freshman of the Year, the first time a Georgia Tech swimmer earned either swimmer or freshman of the year awards in school history. All told, 24 school records were bro-

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ken during the 2008-09 season and a school-record nine men’s swimmers participated in the NCAA Championships. Shealy Hart spent one season (2006-07) as an assistant coach at North Florida prior to arriving on The Flats. She helped guide North Florida to a fifth-place finish at the Pacific Coast Swimming Conference Championships and led nine individuals to top-16 finishes at the meet. Shealy Hart guided one athlete to a top-eight finish in the conference championship. Before heading into the coaching scene, Shealy Hart participated in the 2000 Summer Olympic Games for the United States. She took home a pair of gold medals in Sydney, Australia, in the 400meter medley relay and 400-meter freestyle relay. Shealy Hart also competed on the international scene in the Pan-American Games (1999, 2003), Pan Pacific (2002) and the United States World Cup Teams (2000-04). At the University of Georgia, Shealy Hart led the Bulldogs to NCAA team championships in 1999 and 2000. She was named the 2000 NCAA Female Swimmer of the Year after capturing individual national titles in the 50-free, 100-free and 100-back. She also captured NCAA titles as a member of the 400free relay and 400-medley relay teams. She finished her NCAA career with 26 All-America honors the most in UGA history, plus two more honorable mention citations. Shealy Hart won nine individual Southeastern Conference titles, 10 SEC relay crowns and set five conference records. She was named SEC Female Swimmer of the Year in 2000. Shealy Hart played volleyball for the Bulldogs and lettered from 1997-99. She was named the team’s most valuable player in 1998 and was the first NCAA Division I female student-athlete to compete in two sports on the same day, accomplishing that feat three times at Georgia. After graduating from Georgia in 2001 cum laude with a degree in sports studies/communications, Shealy Hart worked as a motivational speaker for the NCAA, Coca-Cola, Healthsouth and Arby’s, and served as the director of the Golden West Swim Lessons Program in Huntington Beach, Calif., before heading to North Florida. Shealy Hart earned her master’s degree from UGA in sports management in 2005. A native of Columbia, S.C., Shealy Hart, and her husband Justin, reside in Atlanta.

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John Ames Diving Coach 10th Season Ohio, 1993

John Ames is entering his 10th season as the diving coach for the Yellow Jacket swimming and diving program. During the 2009-10 season, Ames helped two freshmen divers, Brandon Makinson and Chris Khosravi to their first ever appearances at the NCAA Zone Diving Event hosted by Tech. Makinson took 11th while Khosravi took 17th in the 3-meter dive. Khosravi went on to earn a sixth place finish in the platform dive earning the second best score by a freshman in the event. Ames also aided senior All-American Hannah Krimm to her fourth-straight Zone diving event. In 2008-09, Ames coached Michele Bertolino and Hannah Krimm, who made the finals of the 2009 NCAA Zone-B diving Championships in the one and three meter springboard dives. Also, at the 2009 ACC Championships, Krim was the highest scorer for the women’s swimming & diving teams in competition with a fifth place finish in both the one and three meter springboard. In 2008, he coached Tech’s first female diving All-American as then-sophomore Krimm finished seventh on the three-meter springboard. Krimm was also recognized as a honorable mention All-American on the one-meter board, while then-senior Stephanie England was a honorable mention All-American in the three-meter and platform events. The Tech divers accounted for all 21 of the Jackets’ total points at the NCAA Championships helping them to a 30th-place finish -- it’s highest in program history. At the 2007-08 ACC Championships, Ames led Krimm to a secondplace finish on the one-meter board, while England was second in the platform and third in the three-meter. Krimm, England and then freshman Michele Bertolino all qualified for the NCAA Zone Championship, with Krimm and England moving on to NCAAs in Columbus, Ohio. Under Ames’ tutelage, Evan Stowers became the first Tech diver to qualify for the NCAA Championships in 2006. In the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center, Stowers again made history by finishing seventh on the men’s platform, becoming the first Tech diver to garner All-America honors. In 2007, Stowers returned to the NCAA Championships, earning All-America honors for the second consecutive season.

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At the 2006 ACC Championships, Stowers became just the second GT diver, first under Ames, to win an ACC championship as he captured the men’s three-meter springboard. He also became the first diver to earn All-ACC honors on both springboards Besides Stowers, Krimm and England, two other Tech divers have garnered all-conference honors under Ames’ guidance. Former men’s diving standout Paul McCarty (2001-04) earned All-ACC honors on the one-meter springboard in 2002, while former diver Tony Burkhardt accomplished that same feat at the ‘05 ACC Championships. In 2005, the women’s diving program took its first steps towards being a force at the ACC Championships, as junior Laurissa Prystaj and England both finaled on the three-meter board, making it the highest scoring event for Tech in women’s diving history. The duo of England and Krimm trumped that performance when both Yellow Jacket divers qualified for the finals in all events. The duo then took another step forward when they combined to garner All-ACC in every diving event at the 2008 conference championships, and followed that up with All-American honors. Along with his coaching duties at Tech, Ames also mentors the Atlanta Diving Association, which has quickly become the top United States Diving program in the state of Georgia. This season, his divers won three individual National Championships, while one went on to qualify for Junior World Championships. Hired in August 2001, Ames came to Tech from George Washington University and the Montgomery Dive Club, one of the largest diving programs in the nation. Prior to his stint with Montomery and George Washington, Ames served as an assistant coach with the Northern Virginia Dive Club. He also worked as a graduate assistant and diving coach at Western Illinois University. Ames graduated from Ohio University in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology after completing his collegiate diving career with the Bobcats. He earned a Master of Science degree in sport administration while at Western Illinois.

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Marty Hamburger

Assistant Coach Sixth Season Iowa, 1991

Marty Hamburger is in his sixth season as assistant coach at Georgia Tech. Hamburger works with Alumni Relations and is in charge of fundraising while assisting with recruiting. In the pool, he works primarily with the sprint group. In the 2009-10 season, Hamburger’s sprint group had two men with NCAA “B” cuts: Nigel Plummer (50, 100-Free) and Matt Vaughan (100, 200-Breast). Plummer also contributed on three “B” cut relays: 200-Medley, 400-Free and 400-Medley. Vaughan swam breaststroke on the 200-Medley as well. The sprint group also contributed to a new school record in the women’s 200-Free Relay. Three of the women on that relay were members of Hamburger’s sprint corp: sophomore Jessie Mason and freshmen Alexis Weber and Kate Riley. Weber and Riley also swam legs on the 400-Free Relay for an NCAA “B” cut. To date, Hamburger’s sprinters have seriously impacted Tech’s Top Times lists. At the conclusion of the season, here is how his sprinters ranked “All-Time”:

•Men’s 50 Freestyle: All three of the top three swimmers and four of top six •Men’s 100 Freestyle: Two of the top three •Men’s 100 Breaststroke: Two of the top three and four of the top six

•Women’s 50 Freestyle: Three of the top seven •Women’s 100 Freestyle: Three of the top six •Women’s 100 Breaststroke: Two of the top three

The 2008-09 season saw unprecedented success for Hamburger and his sprint group. The men’s team was undefeated in the 50free through the entire dual meet season. Their dominance in the event culminated with freshman Nigel Plummer’s winning the ACC Championship on his way to being selected Freshman of the Year. Sophomore Garrett Robberson was third in the 50-free at ACC’s, while senior Mauricio Sousa placed fifth. All three men applied their talents in the 200 free relay and along with senior Noah Copeland, captured the ACC Championship, setting a new ACC record in the process. Robberson recorded the second fastest relay split in ACC history as he anchored the 200 medley relay in 18.89. Mickey Malul swam the breaststroke leg of the same relay in 23.29, one of the fastest 50-breast splits in NCAA history. Malul also made his first automatic NCAA cut as he defended his 100 breaststroke title at the

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ACC Championship. Malul’s swim of 52.81 lowered his own school record. Malul, Plummer, Robberson and Sousa were all part of the largest team (nine) Georgia Tech Men’s Team has ever sent to the NCAA Championship. Freshman Jessie Mason became the second fastest woman in GT history as she posted a 23.35 at the ACC Championship. Mason was a member of the school record setting 200 free relay and 200 medley relay, leading off the later in a team-leading 25.77. Lisa Pucci continued her success in the breaststroke events, posting the third fastest time in school history in the 100 at ACC’s. She also swam the breaststroke leg of the record 200 medley relay. In the 2007-08 season, Malul set a school record and win the ACC 100-breast title. Hamburger was also instrumental in helping Sousa set a school record and “B” cut in the 50-free. Under the guidance of Hamburger, Sousa and Malul were part of the recordsetting 200-medley relay team while Sousa, Jacob Kwasnik and Robberson were part of the record-setting 400-free relay team. Malul was also the 400-medley relay team that set a new school record. Lisa Pucci who was part of two record-setting relays (400-medley and 400-free) and two more (200-medley, 200-free) that recorded the second-best times in school history. In 2006-07, Hamburger helped Ryan Bishop to an All-ACC finish and an NCAA `B’ cut in the 400 IM. He was also instrumental in guiding the group of Jason Bourgeois, Jacob Kwasnik and Mauricio Sousa to the school record in the 200 freestyle relay. During his first season, Hamburger guided Bishop and Alex Williams to NCAA ‘B’ qualifying standards. Bishop clocked NCAA ‘B’ cut times in the 200 IM and 400 IM events for the Jackets. He also qualified for the championship finals of the 200 IM, 400 IM and 200 breaststroke for Tech at the ACC Championships. Williams posted a personal-best and first ever NCAA ‘B’ standard in the 100 breast at the ACC meet, finishing a career-best fifth in the finals. Hamburger worked with the Dynamo Swim Club from 1999-2004, charged with all aspects of daily operations, administration and marketing for the Masters program. While at Dynamo, Hamburger produced over 100 nationally-ranked, national champion and AllAmerica swimmers, four World record holders and five American record holders. Hamburger’s Dynamo Masters led the Georgia Masters team to a National Championship in 2000. Along with working with the Dynamo Swim Club, Hamburger also assisted with three-time defending NCAA men’s national champion Auburn and its Tiger Masters Swim Camp from 2000-04. He was part of the development of Master swimmers, covering topics of race strategy and developing a successful lifestyle as a competitive athlete. Hamburger has also worked with U.S. Olympic coaches Eddie Reese and Mark Schubert at the Texas Longhorn Swim Camps in Austin, prior to coming to Tech. Hamburger, a native of Fort Dodge, Iowa, graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1991. He resides in Decatur with his wife, Amanda Johnson and two sons: six-year old Ellis, and three-year old Reese.

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Chris Desantis

Assistant Coach Second Season Colby College, 2006 In his first season on the Flats, DeSantis made an immediate impact with the breaststroke and IM group. Specifically, DeSantis helped Matt Vaughan to go from a non-scorer to a Top-8 finisher at the ACC Championship meet in the 100 breast, he aided Lisa Pucci record the second best 100-Breast time in Tech History and assisted Jordan Evans as she scored in three events at ACCs for the first time, establishing herself as the No. 2 all time 200-IMer and school record holder in the butterfly.

Mark Toburen

Assistant Coach Second Season NC State, 1996 Mark Toburen was named Georgia Tech Swimming and Diving Assistant Coach on August 3, 2009.

In his first season on the Flats, Toburen coached six-time All-American Gal Nevo to three ACC titles in the 200-IM, 400-IM, and 200-Fly en route to a Male ACC Swimmer of the Year award. Nevo was also the NCAA runner-up in the 400-IM and set the school record in the 200-Fly at the NCAA Championships. Toburen also assisted in coaching Heidi Hatteberg to a school record in the 200-Back, and the third-fastest time in school history in the DeSantis, a 2006 graduate of Colby College (Maine), has spent the 500-Free. His women’s 500-Free swimmer turned in three of the last two years as an assistant coach at the University of Pennsylvania top-5 all-time performances in that event in school history. and just completed his Master’s Degree in Applied Positive Psychology. Before Tech, Toburen was with the YMCA of the TriAt Penn, DeSantis was involved in every aspect of the program includ- angle Area Swim Team ing recruiting, on-deck coaching and administration. DeSantis’ group (YOTA) since 1996 where of nine student-athletes was responsible for 10 of the 12 school re- he served as Head Coach cords broken last year. and Director of Competitive Swimming since Since January 2008, DeSantis has been a contributor to Floswim- 2006. ming.org where he writes weekly columns on a variety of swimming topics. In addition, he has developed and maintained connections As head coach at YOTA, with USA Swimming Olympic coaches, the top scientists at the Coun- Toburen oversaw a prosilman Center, as well as Russell Mark, biomechanics coordinator for gram consisting of 350 USA Swimming. athletes at six separate training sites and was diIn 2006-07, DeSantis served as head coach of the Kiski School in rectly responsible for the Saltsburg, Pa. He was also a faculty member and taught classes in training of their High PerModern World History and U.S. History. DeSantis spent the summers formance group. While at of 2007 and 2008 as an assistant director and coach at the Harvard YOTA, Toburen managed Technique Swim Camp. a staff of five full-time and eight part-time coaches, At Colby, DeSantis was responsible for longwas a four-year let- term athlete development terwinner culminating planning, annual training his career as captain plan development for all of the team in 2005- levels of the program, extensive dry land program development, 06 and holds the Col- new swimmer recruitment and budget management. Prior to beby College pool record ing named head coach, Toburen served as the Assistant Director of in the 400 freestyle Competitive Swimming (2005-06), Head Age Group Coach (2003relay. At Colby, he also 05), Assistant Senior Coach (1998-2003) and Assistant Age Group served for three years Coach (1996-1998). as both captain and coach of the school’s During his time at YOTA, Toburen helped coach and develop five water polo club. In 2008 Olympic Trials qualifiers, over a dozen US Open and US Ju2006, the club quali- nior National qualifiers, one National Junior Team member, over 75 fied for the Division III YMCA National qualifiers and over 50 YMCA All-Americans. In 2006, National Tournament. YOTA won its first-ever combined YMCA National Team Championship and its first men’s team title since 1988. A native of Wellesley, Mass., DeSantis cur- Toburen graduated from NC State University in 1996 cum laude with rently resides in At- a degree in Computer Engineering. He also received a Master’s Delanta, Ga. with his wife gree in Computer Engineering from NC State in 1999 and worked on Katherine and their his PhD until starting his full-time coaching career in 2003. Toburen dog Emmy. was a three-year letter winner in swimming for the Wolfpack under ASCA Hall of Fame coach Don Easterling.

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Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson

Dan Radakovich

Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson is the eleventh president of the Georgia Institute of Technology. In this capacity he oversees a top-ten public research university with more than 19,000 students and more than $500 million in sponsored funding.

Now in his fifth year as Director of Athletics, Dan Radakovich has helped take a Georgia Tech program rich in athletic tradition to a higher level of excellence and national respect.

Throughout his career, Dr. Peterson has played an active role in helping to establish the national education and research agendas, serving on numerous industry, government, and academic task forces and committees. A distinguished scientist, Dr. Peterson was selected in 2008 by President George W. Bush to serve on the National Science Board through 2014. The Board oversees the National Science Foundation (NSF) and advises the President and Congress on national policy related to science and engineering research and education

Since Radakovich arrived on The Flats in 2006, Georgia Tech has competed for conference and national championships across the board, Yellow Jacket student-athletes have excelled in the classroom and Tech’s facilities rate among the finest in the nation.

President Second Season Kansas State, 1975

Prior to his appointment, Peterson served as Chancellor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Provost at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York from 2000 through 2006, and Program Director at the National Science Foundation for the Thermal Transport and Thermal Processing Program (19931994). He has held various positions at Texas A&M University, beginning in 1981 as an assistant professor of engineering technology and Halliburton Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1990), the College of Engineering’s Tenneco Professor, Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering (1993-1996), Executive Associate Dean of Engineering (1996-2000), and Associate Vice Chancellor for Engineering for the Texas A&M University System (1996-2000). Prior to his service at Texas A&M, he was a Visiting Research Scientist at NASA-Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas, Associate Professor and Head of the General Engineering Technology Department at Kansas Technical Institute in Salina, Kansas (1979-1981), and taught mathematics, physics and chemistry at Shawnee Mission South High School in Overland Park, Kansas (1978-1979) and Wabaunsee County High School in Alma, Kansas (1977-1978). As Chancellor of the University of Colorado, Dr. Peterson led the development of a new university wide strategic plan, Flagship 2030 that defined a vision for the university for the next 20 years. In his nearly three years as Chancellor, freshman applications increased by 35%, the number of underrepresented minorities in the freshmen class increased by 38%, sponsored research increased by more than 18% and private philanthropy for the university increased by nearly 80%. As Provost at Rensselaer, he played a key role in the institutional transformation and the dramatic improvement in the quality, size and diversity of the faculty – overseeing the hiring of nearly 40% of the faculty, increasing the total number of tenured and tenure-track faculty by 20%, and improving the diversity of the tenured/tenure-track faculty by more than doubling the number of under-represented minorities and increasing the number of women by 40%. In addition, during his tenure as Provost, the quality, size and diversity of the student body increased, with the number of full-time Ph.D. students increasing by 25%. Dr. Peterson earned undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering and mathematics as well as a master’s degree in engineering from Kansas State University. He earned his doctoral degree in mechanical engineering at Texas A&M University. Dr. Peterson was born September 1, 1952, in San Francisco, California. He and his wife, Val, have four adult children.

Director of Athletics Fifth Season Indiana (Pa.), 1980

Radakovich signed a new five-year contract in June of 2010. The 2009-10 academic year was one of the most successful campaigns in nearly 120 years of Georgia Tech athletics: * Yellow Jacket teams combined to produce a won-loss record of 213-80 (.727), the highest winning percentage at Georgia Tech in modern history. * Georgia Tech participated in NCAA postseason play and/or bowl games in football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s tennis, volleyball, baseball, softball and golf. * Tech was the only school in the country to play in a BCS bowl game (Orange Bowl), host an NCAA baseball regional and advance to the second round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. * The Yellow Jackets won four ACC championships - in football, golf, softball and women’s tennis. * Academically, Georgia Tech’s Academic Progress Report (APR) scores improved significantly for the third consecutive year. Five Yellow Jacket teams were recognized nationally by the NCAA for producing an APR score that ranked among the top 10 percent in each respective sport. * The football team won the ACC championship outright for the first time since 1990, played in a bowl game for the 13th straight year, two Yellow Jackets were taken in the first round of the NFL draft, and Paul Johnson became the first coach ever to be named ACC Coach of the Year in his first two seasons in the conference. * The men’s and women’s basketball teams both won 23 games and both earned NCAA Tournament bids. Coach Paul Hewitt’s team advanced to the championship game of the ACC Tournament. * The baseball and softball teams both earned top-eight national seeds and hosted NCAA regionals. Women’s tennis also hosted NCAA 1st- and 2nd-round matches. * The baseball team produced a school record-tying 10 draft picks. * The ACC champion golf team advanced to the final eight of the NCAA championships. * The volleyball team, under first-year coach Tonya Johnson, earned the program’s first NCAA bid since 2004. * Men’s swimming (Gal Nevo) and men’s track and field (Alphonso Jordan and Steve Marcelle) produced some of the most successful and most decorated athletes in those sports’ history at Tech. A graduate of Center High School near Aliquippa, Pa., and a member of its Alumni Hall of Fame, Radakovich, 52, became a football letterwinner and student coach at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated in 1980 with a bachelor of science degree in finance. He was enshrined into the Beaver County Sports Hall of Fame in April, 2008, and was recognized as a Distinguished Alumni from IUP in March, 2009. Radakovich added a master’s degree in business administration from Miami (FL) in 1982. He also completed the Sports Management Institute’s executive education program in 1992. He is married to the former Marcie McDonald, and the couple has two children, Christian (20) and Grant (16). Christian is a junior Industrial Engineering major at Georgia Tech.

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Theresa Wenzel

Mark Smith

Athletic Trainer First Season The College at Brockport, a State University of New York, 2010

Senior Women’s Administrator Fifth Season Marquette, 1991

Theresa Wenzel enters her fifth season as the Senior Woman’s Administrator at Georgia Tech and also holds the title of Associate Director of Athletics. She oversees women’s basketball, volleyball, softball, golf, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s and women’s track and field, men’s and women’s cross country and the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams in her role. Wenzel is the athletic department non-academic liaison to the Office of Student Affairs. She is also a member of various committees including the Georgia Tech Women’s Resource Center Advisory Board, the Title IX Compliance Committee, the GRAA Compliance and Equity Committee, and the NCAA Athletic Certification Steering Committee. Wenzel also serves on the ACC Student-Athlete Welfare Committee, the ACC Women’s Basketball Committee, ACC Softball Committee and the ACC Women’s Tennis Committee. For her hard work, Wenzel was recognized by the United State Postal Service with the Sports Award at the 2008 “Women Putting their Stamp on Atlanta Luncheon”. Wenzel possesses a wide range of experience in athletic administration and coaching. She joined the Georgia Tech Athletic Association staff in October of 2005 after an eight year stint at Siena College (N.Y.), where she served as Assistant and then Associate Athletics Director of business operations while also coaching the women’s golf team.

in 2010.

At SUNY-Brockport, Smith was a student athletic trainer actively involved with the 23 varsity intercollegiate athletic teams on a daily basis. During the summer before his senior year, Smith took an Athletic Training internship with the Pittsburgh Steelers, where he carried out daily treatments/taping, rehab protocol, and practice preparations while also working a few home preseason games. Smith also worked with the Rochester Raiders Indoor Football League team the previous spring. Smith has also been a part of many tournaments including the Rutland Herald Hockey Invitational and USA Northeast Regional Wrestling Championships. While working with University Sports Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Smith assisted with carrying out and performing the trials for the spine research which was published in the Journal of Athletic Trainer and is a part of one of the National Athletic Trainer’s Association position statements on Cervical and Spine Injury management/protocol. Smith is a Certified Athletic Trainer, certified professional rescuer and is a member of the National Athletic Trainer’ Association.

Ethan Shapiro

Director of Operations 10th Season Georgia Tech, 2001

While at Siena, Wenzel served one year as the school’s intramural director and assistant facilities director before being named Assistant Athletic Director for business operations and head women’s golf coach in1998. In seven seasons as head golf coach, Wenzel led the Saints to five-consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference titles from 2001-05. She relinquished her coaching duties following the 2005 season when she was promoted to Associate Athletics Director.

Ethan Shapiro enters his 10th year at Georgia Tech and his seventh as Firector of Operations for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.

Prior to her time at Siena, Wenzel spent three years (1994-97) as an assistant women’s basketball coach at Canisius College in buffalo, N.y>, and she also served on internship with eh National Invitational Tournament. A basketball letterwinner at Marquette University, Wenzel earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Marquette in 1991. She added a master’s degree in sport administration from Canisius in 2000.

Mark H. Smith enters his first season as a Graduate Assistant Certified Athletic Trainer at Georgia Tech and will work with the swimming and diving teams. Smith, a native of Rochester, N.Y., earned his B.S. in Athletic Training from SUNY-Brockport

sity in ’04.

Prior to working at this position, Shapiro was a graduate assistant for the men’s basketball team from 2002-04. He earned a master’s degree in sports administration from Georgia State Univer-

A native of Newton, Mass., Shapiro earned a Bachelor of Science degree in management from Georgia Tech in ’01 and was a manager for the men’s basketball team for two-plus seasons. He and his wife, the former Carrie Haskin, have a four-year-old son, Cameron.

Courtney Dennis Trudy Wheeler Academic Advisor

Tiffany Allen Strength Coach

Team Manager Fourth Season Georgia Tech, 2011

Courtney Dennis enters her fourth season as team mamager for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams.

Leah Moore Thomas Nutritionalist

Gal Nevo Student Assistant Coach

Betsy Devine Sports Information

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Dennis, a native of Spartanburg, S.C., was a member of the Dorman High School swim team, as well as team captain her senior season. She also swam for the YSCC for 11 years. This past summer, Dennis coached a Spartanburg summer league swim team. Born on April 29, 2989, the Georgia Tech senior intends to major in polymer and fiber engineering.

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All-Time Results MEN (1919-PRESENT) Air Force 0-3 Alabama 4-8 American 1-0 Appalachian 1-0 Arkansas 0-1 Akansas-Little Rock 1-0 Atlanta YMCA 5-0 Auburn 13-3 Augusta 14-2 Belmont Abbey 1-0 Birmingham Southern 3-0 Bowling Green State 1-0 Boys High 1-0 Brooklyn YMCA 0-1 Campbellville College 1-0 Cincinnati 1-0 Citadel 12-9-1 Clemson 30-37 Coll. of Charleston 11-7-1 Davidson College 14-8 Delta State 1-0 Dillard 2-0 Duke 20-26 Eastern Kentucky 1-2 Edward Waters 1-0 Emory 82-4 Florida 17-25 Florida Atlantic 5-2 Florida A&M 14-0 Florida State 1-31 Furman 4-9 Georgia 25-58 Georgia Preflight 2-2 Georgia Southern 9-9 Georgia State (club) 1-0 Georgia State 13-4 Henderson State 1-0 Howard 2-0 Illinois 0-1 Indiana (PA) 1-1 James Madison 1-0 Kentucky 15-15 Knoxville YMCA 2-0 Lamar 1-0 Lee 1-0 Louisville 2-1 LSU 1-4 Marshall 0-1 Maryland 6-1 Maryville 2-0 Mercer 1-0 Miami (OH) 2-6 Minnesota 0-1 Morehead State (KY) 1-0 Morehouse 8-1 Muskingum 1-0 Navy 0-2 Nebraska 1-0

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N.E. Louisiana 1-1 New Orleans 1-0 North Carolina 1-20 UNC Ashville 4-0 Charlotte 4-1 UNC Wilmington 3-5 NC State 8-12 Ohio State 0-1 Pennsylvania 1-0 Pittsburgh 1-1 Princeton 0-1 Purdue 0-2 Rhodes College 1-0 Rice 1-0 Rutgers 0-1 Savannah College 2-0 Sewanee (Univ. of South) 27-9 Shippenburg State 1-0 South Carolina 2-8 South Florida 1-7 SE Missouri 1-1-1 SW Missouri 1-0 SMU 0-1 Southern Mississippi 1-1 Springfield 0-1 Tampa 5-0 Tennessee 10-6 Tennessee State 14-0 Texas A&M 1-2 Tulane 5-15 Tulane (club) 1-0 Union (KY) 2-0 Vanderbilt 17-11 VMI 2-0 Virginia 0-3 Virginia Commonwealth 0-1 Virginia Tech 4-5 Wake Forest 0-2 Washington & Lee 1-0 West Georgia 8-0 Western Kentucky 5-10 Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1-0 William & Mary 1-1 Xavier 1-1 Yale 0-1 Wins Losses Ties

WOMEN (2001-PRESENT) Alabama 0-5 American 1-0 Boston College 1-0 Cincinnati 1-0 Clemson 1-8 Duke 1-1 Emory 9-0 Florida Atlantic 4-1 Florida Gulf Coast 3-0 Florida State 0-8 Georgia 0-5 Georgia Southern 3-0 Houston 1-0 Kentucky 0-1 Maryland 0-6 Miami 0-2 New Orleans 3-0 North Carolina 0-2 NC State 2-5 UNC Wilmington 1-0 North Florida 4-0 Purdue 1-1 Rice 0-1 Savannah College 1-0 South Carolina 0-1 Vanderbilt 1-0 Virginia 0-3 Virginia Tech 0-6 Western Kentucky 2-1-1 Wins Losses Ties

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Year-By-Year Results Men’s Swimming Year-by-Year Results Year Coach 2010 Shealy Hart 2009 Wilson 2008 Wilson 2007 Wilson 2006 Wilson 2005 Baron 2004 Baron 2003 Baron 2002 Baron 2001 Baron 2000 Baron 1999 Baron 1998 Baron 1997 Humber 1996 Humber 1995 Humber 1994 Humber 1993 Humber 1992 Humber 1991 Lehman 1990 Lehman 1989 Lehman 1988 No Team 1987 McAuley 1986 McAuley 1985 McAuley 1984 McAuley 1983 McAuley 1982 McAuley 1981 McAuley 1980 McAuley 1979 McAuley 1978 McAuley 1977 McAuley 1976 McAuley 1975 McAuley 1974 McAuley 1973 McAuley 1972 McAuley 1971 McAuley 1970 McAuley 1969 McAuley 1968 McAuley 1967 McAuley 1966 McAuley 1965 McAuley 1964 Lanoue 1963 Lanoue 1962 Lanoue 1961 Lanoue 1960 Lanoue 1959 Lanoue 1958 Lanoue 1957 Lanoue 1956 Lanoue 1955 Lanoue 1954 Lanoue 1953 Lanoue 1952 Lanoue 1951 Lanoue 1950 Lanoue 1949 Lanoue 1948 Lanoue 1947 Lanoue 1946 Lanoue 1945 Lanoue 1944 Lanoue 1943 Lanoue 1942 Lanoue 1941 Lanoue

Dual Meet 5-6 7-2 2-6 3-5 4-6 5-4 4-7 4-7 6-3 11-3 5-6 6-7 4-7 7-8 4-7 6-8 6-8 8-8 7-6 11-1 3-6 5-6

Conf. Meet 2-4 2-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 4-2 2-3 2-4 3-1 1-2 0-3 1-1 0-2 0-3 0-2 1-2 0-4 0-4 0-3 0-1 0-2 0-2

7-4 8-6 6-3 7-3 8-4 6-6-1 4-9 7-8 5-9-1 9-5 6-6 9-6 10-8 10-5 10-4 10-7 9-8 7-8 7-8 8-7 - - 4-10 4-9 8-7-1 - - - - - - - 4-3 - 3-6 - - - - - - 2-2 2-4 0-1 3-0 7-0 4-3

0-1 0-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 0-4 2-4 - - - - - - - 2-2 - 1-2 - - - - - - - - - - - 3-2

Conf. NCAA Champ. Champ. 5th-ACC 23rd 4th-ACC 15th 4th-ACC DNS 6th-ACC T-37th 4th-ACC 33rd 3rd-ACC T-32nd 5th-ACC T-35th 4th-ACC T-28th 2nd-ACC 27th 3rd-ACC 29th 6th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 8th-ACC 8th-ACC 8th-ACC 7th-ACC 6th-ACC 8th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC DNS 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 7th-ACC 8th-ACC DNP 3rd-Metro 2nd-Metro 2nd-NIC 10th-NIC 9th-NIC 7th-NIC 6th-NIC 5th-NIC 4th-NIC 4th-NIC - SIC - SEC - SEC - SEC 5th-SEC 5th-SEC -SEC -SEC -SEC -SEC -SEC -SEC 3rd-SEC 3rd-SEC 2nd-SEC 3rd-SEC 3rd-SEC 3rd-SEC 1st-SEC 1st-SEC 1st-SEC -SEC -SEC -SEC -SEC -SEC 1st-SEC 2nd-SEC

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1940 1939 1938 1937 1936 1935 1934 1933 1932 1931 1930 1929 1928 1927 1926 1925 1924 1923 1922 1921 1920 1919

Lanoue Lanoue Lanoue Lanoue Hartzell Thrash Thrash Thrash Thrash Eaton Eaton Uknown Gray Uknown Uknown Uknown Uknown Bulloch Uknown Strum Alexander Owens

3-6 1-6 3-4 4-3 6-2 6-1 7-0 6-0 5-0 6-0 6-1 7-2 7-2 2-2 5-0 1-0 4-0 2-2 - 2-0 2-0 1-0

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Women’s Swimming Year-by-Year Results Year Coach 2010 Shealy Hart 2009 Wilson 2008 Wilson 2006 Wilson 2006 Wilson 2005 Baron 2004 Baron 2003 Baron 2002 Baron

Dual Conf. Meet Meeet 5-7-1 1-6 6-6 0-5 6-5 0-3 4-7 1-4 4-5 1-4 3-6 1-5 4-7 1-4 4-7 1-5 5-6 0-4

Men At The ACC Championships Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

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Conf. NCAA Champ. Champ. 9th-ACC T-9th-ACC 7th-ACC 30th 9th-ACC 9th-ACC 6th-ACC DNS 6th-ACC 33rd 6th-ACC DNS 8th-ACC DNS

Women At The ACC Championships Year 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002

Place 9th T-9th 7th 9th 9th 6th 6th 6th 8th

Points 155.5 166 261 138 189 286.5 282 259 220

0 0 83 42 47 42 44 23

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Men’s Honor Roll National Champions 1927 Dave Young

150 Back

NCAA All-Americans 2001 Shilo Ayalon (HM) 1650 free (11th) Tomonori Tsuji (HM) 200 breast (13th) 2002 Shilo Ayalon 1650 free (8th) 2003 Shilo Ayalon 1650 free (4th) 2004 Sam Morgan (HM) 1500 free (15th) 2005 Sam Morgan (HM) 1650 free (16th) 2006 Evan Stowers Platform (7th) 2007 Evan Stowers (HM) Platform (15th) 2009 Gal Nevo 200-IM (4th), 400-IM (2nd) 2010 Gal Nevo 200-IM (8th), 400-IM (2nd), 200-Fly (HM) (10th) NCAA Qualifiers 1989 Tim Halligan 2001 Shilo Ayalon 2002 Shilo Ayalon David Laitala James Salazar Tomonori Tsuji 2003 Shilo Ayalon Sam Morgan 2004 Sam Morgan 2005 Rob Miller Sam Morgan 2006 Sam Morgan Evan Stowers 2007 Evan Stowers 2008 Noah Copeland 2009 Ilia Ayzenshtik Noah Copeland Gal Nevo Nigel Plummer Mauricio Sousa Garrett Robberson Sullivan Lynch 2010 Gal Nevo

200 fly 500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM 500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM 100 fly, 200 IM 200 back 100 breast 500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM 500 free, 1650 free 400 free, 1500 free 500 free, 1650 free 500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM 500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM 1-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform 1-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform 100-free, 200-free 100-back, 200-back 50-free, 100-free, 200-free 200-IM, 400-IM, 200-breast 50-free 50-free 50-free 50-free 200-IM, 400-IM, 200-fly

Conference Championships 1942 Southeastern Conference 1948 Southeastern Conference 1949 Southeastern Conference 1950 Southeastern Conference ACC Champions 1994 Brandon Lumm 2002 David Laitala 2003 Shilo Ayalon Jeremy Raines 2005 Sam Morgan 2006 Evan Stowers 2008 Mickey Malul 2009 Gal Nevo Nigel Plummer Mickey Malul 2010 Gal Nevo All-ACC 1989 1994 1996 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

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Tim Halligan Brandon Lumm Brandon Lumm David Laitala Shilo Ayalon David Laitala Scott Lenyk Tomonori Tsuki Shilo Ayalon Josh Hersko David Laitala Paul McCarty James Salazar Shilo Ayalon Jeremy Raines Ryan Bishop Tony Burkhardt Sam Morgan Sam Morgan

3-Meter 100 fly 1650 free 100 back 1650 free 3-Meter 100-breast 200-IM, 400-IM 50-free 100-breast 200-fly, 200-IM, 400-IM 200 fly 3-Meter 3-Meter 100 fly 1650 free 100 fly 200 back 100 breast, 200 breast 500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM 100 free 100 fly, 200 IM 1-Meter 200 back 500 free, 1650 free, 400 IM 100 back 400 IM 1-Meter 500 free, 1650 free 1650 free

2007 2008 2009 2010

Evan Stowers Ryan Bishop Noah Copeland Onur Uras Mickey Malul Andy Miller Noah Copeland Mickey Malul Andy Miller Gal Nevo Nigel Plummer Garrett Robberson Gal Nevo

SEC Champions 1937 Howard Duncan 1940 Howard Duncan 1941 Dick Bates 1942 Herb McAuley 1949 John Hiles Tommy Towles 1950 Tommy Towles John Hiles 1952 Frank Strickland 1953 Frank Strickland 1957 Bob Browne 1964 Larry Kaghan

1-Meter, 3-Meter 400 IM 100 free, 200 free 200 fly 100 breast 100 breast 100-Free, 200-Free 200-Breast 200-Breast 200-Breast, 200-IM, 400-IM 50-Free 50-Free 200-fly, 200-IM, 400-IM 1-Meter 1-Meter 50 free 220 free, 440 free 440 free 200 breast 200 breast 100 back 200 back 100 back 100 breast 200 free

CoSida Academic All-American 2003 Shilo Ayalon (1st team) 2007 Ofer Finkler (2nd team) 2008 Noah Copeland Peter Doblar (HM) Mickey Malul (HM) Andy Miller (HM) CoSida/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III 2003 Shilo Ayalon (1st team) 2006 Jason Howard (2nd team) 2007 Ofer Finkler (1st team) CSCAA Academic All-American 2001 Shilo Ayalon Leo Salinas (HM) 2002 Shilo Ayalon David Laitala Itai Eden (HM) Eduardo Oliver (HM) Leo Salinas (HM) 2003 Shilo Ayalon Yonatan Cohen (HM) Matt Figh (HM) 2004 Matt Figh (HM) Jason Howard (HM) 2005 Matt Figh (HM) Jason Howard (HM) 2006 Noah Copeland (HM) Ofer Finkler (HM) Jason Howard (HM) Teemu Kellunen (HM) Sam Morgan All-ACC Academic Team 2006 Noah Copeland, Peter Doblar, Ofer Finkler, Jason Howard, Teemu Keffunen, Rob Miller, Alex Williams 2007 Jeff Burton, Noah Copeland, Ofer Finkler, Alex Roan 2008 Mickey Malul, Andy Miller, Mauricio Sausa, Jacob Tzegaegbe 2009 Ilia Ayzenshtok, Mickey Malul, Andy Miller, Mauricio Sausa, Matt Tang, Travis Wagner 2010 Ilia, Ayzenshtok, Brandon Makinson, Jeffrey Phillips, Matt Tang ACC Post-Graduate Scholarship 2003 Shilo Ayalon 2007 Ofer Finkler NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship Award 2003 Shilo Ayalon

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Women’s Honor Roll/Men’s Year-by-Year Captains

NCAA All-Americans 2004 Vesna Stojanovska (HM) 200 fly (10th) 2008 Hannah Krimm 3-Meter (7th), 1-Meter (HM-15th) Stephanie England (HM) 3-Meter (HM-15th), Platform (HM-12th) NCAA Qualifiers 2002 Cara DeVinny 2004 Vesna Stojanovska 2005 Vesna Stojanovska Elizabeth Stowe 2008 Agatha Kwasnik Elizabeth Stower Stephanie England Hannah Krimm

200 fly, 200 IM, 400 IM 200 free, 400 free, 200 fly 200 free, 500 free, 200 fly 500 free, 1650 free 50 free, 100 free, 200 free 500 free, 1650 free 1-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform 1-Meter, 3-Meter, Platform

ACC Champions 2005 Vesna Stojanovska

200 fly

All-ACC 2002 Anna Saum 2005 Vesna Stojanovska Elizabeth Stowe 2008 Agatha Kwasnik Stephanie England Hannah Krimm

100 back 200 free, 200 fly 1650 free 100 free, 200 free 3-Meter, Platform 1-Meter

CoSida/ESPN Academic All-District III 2002 Jennifer Christenson 2006 Ashley Kracke (2nd team) CSCAA Academic All-American 2002 Cara DeVinny 2003 Cara DeVinny (HM), Lisa Hancock (HM), Ashley Kracke (HM) 2004 Ashley Kracke (HM) 2005 Ashley Kracke (HM) 2006 Stephanie England (HM), Ashley Kracke (HM) 2008 Stephanie England, Hannah Krim, Agatha Kwasnik All-ACC Academic Team 2006 Stephanie England, Ashley Kracke, Elizabeth Stowe 2007 Stephanie England, Hannah Krimm, Elizabeth Stowe 2008 Stephanie England, Agatha Kwasnik, Hannah Krimm 2009 Hannah Krimm 2010 Agatha Kwasnik, Hannah Krimm ACC Post-Graduate Scholarship 2010 Ryann Kopacka Year-by-Year Captains 2002 Ashley Skala 2003 Lisa Hancock, Ashley Skala 2004 Lisa Hancock, Jill Vukmanic 2005 Lisa Hancock, Michelle Maguire 2006 Liz Foster, Ashley Kracke 2007 Alison Walker, Dana West 2008 Agatha Kwasnik, Elizabeth Stowe 2009 None 2010 Heidi Hatteberg, Katherine Locker

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1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1942 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970

G.R. Fraser Unknown G.R. Fraser Unknown C.W. Saussy J.R. Armstrong J.R. Armstrong J.B. Glover S. Hollingsworth W.B. Brown McKinstry C.Y. House F. Cooper Ed Fain Harry Stover Vemon Brown Gordon Catts Unknown Henry Plage Unknown Herbert Hillenmeyer Dick Bates Dunn Ward G. Stradtman Herb McAuley George Backus George Hiles Rial Rolfe Herb McAuley Charlie Flowers Johnny Hiles Johnny Hiles Ed Teson Jim Thrasher, Oscar Crouch Cab Childress Sammy Van Leer Sammy Van Leer, Bob Browne, Joey Walker Joey Walker Unknown Charlie Wiggins, Bob Dudley Bob Dudley Bob Dudley Charles LeMoyne Steve Halleck Bob Popp Larry Caghan, Marty Kater Dave Kirby Edward Coopat George Fauerbach George Fauerbach, John Burrows John Burrows, David Burrows John Savage, Bill Hardin

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

Dan Karanovich, Steve Heck, Allan Spreen Steve Heck, John Gripp, Benny Barralles Jim Shelander Dick Bergman, Jim Hellmann, Bob Pahr Dick Bergman, Screven Farmer, Bill Shelander Tim Redgrave, Carl “Bubby” Flinn, Terry D. Brown Keenan Carter, Paul Thompson Paul Thompson Alfred Martin Jan Fridrichsen, Will Wells Dick Odum John Wise Jack Oltman Doug Thomason, John Hensley Bruce Elgin Mike Wise Russ Ashenden No Team Christopher Gay, Andrew Geiszley, Tim Halligan Andy Gale David Codelli, Brandt Engstrom Blake Patton, Duane Shippy Black Patton, Brian Jones Karl Greenbaum, Bryan Graves Andrew Old, Chris Seeton, Matt Hendrey Mark Champney, Brandon Lumm, Chuck Marmor Grant Mussman, Ryan Ouderkirk, Alex McGillivary Christer Rundlof, Jeff Quinlivan Kevin Brooks, Glenn Goldstein, Jason Williams James Nozar David Laitala, James Nozar David Laitala, Carl Nylander Shilo Ayalon, James Salazar Itai Eden, Eduardo Oliver Matt Figh, Ryan Riebesell Teemu Kellunen, Ryan Riebesell Chris Ewald, Alex Williams Jason Bourgeois, Onur Uras Johnny Hagaman, Jeffrey Phillips Sullivan Lynch, Jeffrey Phillips

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The Atlantic Coast Conference The Tradition Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now, in its 57th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since the league’s inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 113 national championships, including 60 in women’s competition and 53 in men’s. In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 209 times. Men’s swimming and diving has been a league-sponsored sport since the ACC’s berth in 1953, while women’s swimming and diving saw its first season in 1979, but both programs continue to bring new heights of success to the ACC each year. The 2009-10 season marked a campaign that saw the league’s swimmers and divers help distinguish ACC swimming and diving on a national level both academically and athletically. In 2009-10, Miami’s Reuben Ross, North Carolina’s Chip Peterson and Maryland’s Aleksander Damjanic exemplified the ACC’s reputation as an outstanding academic conference as all three were College Sports Information Directors of America/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America selections, bringing the league’s total to 31. Ross and Peterson earned second team honors, while Damjanic was named to the third team. Additionally, at the conclusion of the season, a total of 14 new men’s records, including six ACC Championship meet records, had been set, and 14 new women’s marks, including nine ACC Championship meet times, had been rewritten into the ACC’s record book. A combined 12 teams – six men and six women – saw action at the NCAA Championship meet last season, with the men placing five ACC teams among the top-25 team finishes nationally and the women placing four. The 2009-10 season marked the sixth consecutive season that men’s programs have had five or more teams compete at the national meet, while the women had at least six teams for the third-straight year. As has been the case for the past several seasons, the ACC again made its presence known on a national level with 14 men and 10 women winning All-America honors. Gal Nevo turned in three All-American performances at the NCAA championship, placing second in the 400 IM, eighth in the 200 IM, and 10th in the 200 fly as Georgia Tech finished 23rd. Duke’s Nick McCrory, who set an ACC record in both the one-meter and platform dives at the league championship, was the NCAA champion in the platform after tallying a meet record 534.00 points. He also placed second in the three-meter dive. Also on the national level for the women, ACC Champion Virginia posted a league-best ninth-

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place finish. The Cavaliers were led by Mei Christensen, who was a five-time All-America at the NCAA meet, placing among the top-eight in two individual events and three relay events. Teammate Lauren Perdue was a six-time All-America, including one Honorable Mention recognition Overall, the men’s programs have seen 250 participants honored as All-Americans, 17 national individual champions, and one national championship relay team in its 57 years. In 30 years of existence, women’s programs have had 274 All-Americans and seven individual champions. Beyond the collegiate level are numerous former ACC swimmers and divers who have made an impact on the international stage. North Carolina alum Thompson Mann was the first male to compete at the Olympics when he won gold at the 1964 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, and Sue Walsh, also a former Tar Heel, became the first female from an ACC institution to compete at the Olympics as a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic Team. Mann also set a world record in Tokyo by becoming the first person to break one minute in the 100-meter backstroke with a 59.80 showing. Duke alum Nancy Hogshead became the first female from an ACC institution to win an Olympic medal with first-place finishes at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, California in the 100meter freestyle and 400-meter freestyle and relay teams, and a silver-medal performance in the 200-meter individual medley. 2009-10 In Review The 2009-10 academic year saw league teams capturing an all-time high eight national team titles and nine individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 50 national team titles over the last 13 years. The ACC has won two or more NCAA titles in 28 of the past 30 years. The ACC was the only conference in America to place four of its teams in the final Top 10 rankings of the 2009-10 Learfield Director’s Cup Standings--symbolic of the nation’s top overall programs--as Virginia (3rd), Florida State (5th), North Carolina (7th) and Duke (10th) all were ranked nationally in the Top 10. The Pac10 placed three teams in the Top 10, while the SEC and Big 12 had one each. A total of 123 ACC teams placed in NCAA postseason competition in 2009-10. League teams compiled a 116-64-3 (.637) mark against opponents in NCAA championship competition. 2009-10 National Championships Field Hockey Women’s Soccer Men’s Soccer Men’s Basketball Men’s Ice Hockey Men’s Lacrosse Women’s Rowing Women’s Lacrosse

North Carolina North Carolina Virginia Duke Boston College Duke Virginia Maryland

The Championships The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2010-11

academic year - 12 for men and 13 for women. The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. Women’s sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship meet held in tennis at Wake Forest University. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and rowing with volleyball deciding its champion by regular season play. A History The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference by-laws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation.The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting July 1, 2005.

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2009-10 ACC Championship Results Men’s Final Team Results 1. Virginia 806 2. North Carolina 656.5 3. Florida State 566.5 4. Virginia Tech 417.5 5. Georgia Tech 308.5 6. Duke 305 7. Clemson 254 8. Maryland 197 9. NC State 169 10. Boston College 67 11. Miami 31 Men 200 Medley Relay 1.North Carolina 1:26.63 6. Georgia Tech 1:28.55 (Ayzenshtok, Vaughan, Lynch, Plummer) Men 800 Free Relay 1. Virginia 6:19.23 6. Georgia Tech 6:34.78 (Wagner, Long, Tang, Nevo) Men 500 Free Finals 1. Matt McLean, UVA 4:17.21 21. Colin Schouten, GT 4:30.72 23. Travis Wagner, GT 4:33.36 Men 50 Free Finals 1. Scot Robison, UVA 4. Nigel Plummer, GT 5. Sully Lynch, GT

19.64 19.96 20.00

Men 1 Meter Diving Finals 1. Nick McCrory, Duke 499.95 Men 200 Free Relay 1. Virginia -- GT

1:19.07 DQ

Men 400-IM Finals 1. Gal Nevo, GT 3:40.47 16. John Hermes, GT 3:59.06 22. Kegin Morgan, GT 4:01.49 Men 100 Fly Finals 1. Tommy Wyher, UNC 5. Eric Chiu, GT 7. Travis Wagner, GT 13. Sully Lynch, GT

45.57 47.86 48.30 48.43

Men 200 Free Finals 1. Scot Robison, UVA

1:32.45

11. Ilia Ayzenshtok, GT 48.82 21. Matt Tang, GT 50.01 23. Way Joe Lee, GT 50.46

Women 100 Breast Finals 1. Laura Moriarty, UNC 1:00.93 12. Lisa Pucci, GT 1:03.21 20. Hen Pauker, GT 1:04.44 23. April Dickerson, GT 1:06.15

Men 400 Medley 1. Virginia 3:10.63 5. Georgia Tech 3:15.32 (Hagaman, Nevo, Chiu, Plummer)

Women’s Final Team Results 1. Virginia 877.5 2. North Carolina 642.5 3. Florida State 545 4. Maryland 388 5. Virginia Tech 385.5 6. Duke 283 7. NC State 271 8. Clemson 177.5 9. Georgia Tech 155.5 10. Miami 94.5 11. Boston College 48

Men 1650 Free Finals 1. Chip Peterson, UNC 14:49.36 16. Colin Schouten, GT 15:39.19 25. Kevin Morgan, GT 16:13.48

Women 200 Medley 1. Virginia 1:37.33 9. Georgia Tech 1:43.00 (Mason, Pucci, Chuang, Riley)

Women 3 Meter Diving Finals 1. Abby Johnston, Duke 439.70 4. Hannah Krimm 308.50

Men 200 Back Finals 1. Andy Hodgson, FSU 1:42.13 16. Johnny Hagaman, GT 1:48.92 17. Ilia Azenshtok, GT 1:47.06

Women 800 Free Relay 1. Virginia 7:04.74 6. Georgia Tech 7:18.42 (Kwasnik, Weber, Siebner, Broadley)

Men 100 Free Finals 1. Scot Robison, UVA 11. Eric Chiu, GT 14. Travis Wagner, GT 17. Nigel Plummer, GT 18. Jeffrey Phillips, GT

Women 500 Free Finals 1. Erika Hajnal, VT 4:40.03 17. Heidi Hatteberg, GT 4:50.77 21. Sarah Broadley, GT 4:54.60 22. Taylor Flynn, GT 4:55.38

Men 3 Meter Diving Finals 1. Terry Horner, FSU 458.40

42.58 45.16 45.61 44.64 45.29

Men 200 Breast Finals 1. Rob Holderness, FSU 1:55.41 9. Matthew Vaughan, GT 1:59.72 15. Johnnie Hermes, GT 2:03.69 22. Sam Benziewicz, GT 2:07.34 Men 200 Fly Finals 1. Gal Nevo, GT 21. Mike Hart, GT

1:43.43 1:50.79

Men Platform Diving Finals 1. Nick McCrory, Duke 523.95 4. Chris Khosravi, GT 358.10 Men 400 Free Relay 1. Virginia 2:52.11 5. Georgia Tech 2:58.97 (Plummer, Chiu, Phillips, Nevo)

Men 100 Breast Finals 1. Scott Thacker, FSU 53.59 6. Matthew Vaughan, GT 54.76 24. Sam Bendziewicz, GT 58.77

Women 200-IM Finals 1. Amanda Faulkner, UVA 1:57.89 16. Jordan Evans, GT 2:04.43 21. Morgan Trickett, GT 2:04.04 Women 50 Free Finals 1. Lauren Perdue, UVA 22.29 15. Agatha Kwasnik, GT 23.41 22. Jessie Mason, GT 23.41 Women 1 Meter Diving Finals 1. Abby Johnston, Duke 358.25 Women 200 Free Relay 1. Virginia 1:29.25 9. Georgia Tech 1:33.00 (Mason, Weber, Riley, Kwasnik) Women 400 IM Finals 1. Laura Moriarty, UNC 4:07.66 Women 100 Fly Finals 1. Lauren Smart, UVA 52.76 11. Jordan Evans, GT 54.70 17. Christine Chuang, GT 54.85

Women 100 Back Finals 1. Mei Christensen, UVA 52.09 18. Heidi Hatteberg, GT 55.25 19. Ryann Kopacka, GT 55.86 20. Morgan Trickett, GT 55.92 21. Jessie Mason, GT 56.08

Women 400 Medley 1. Virginia 3:32.97 9. Georgia Tech 3:44.23 (Hatteberg, Pucci, Evans, Kwasnik) Women 1650 Free 1. Erika Hajnal, VT

16:01.99

Women 200 Back Finals 1. Mei Christensen, UVA 1:52.98 10. Heidi Hatteberg, GT 1:57.68 18. Ryann Kopacka, GT 2:00.73 Women 100 Free Finals 1. Lauren Perdue, UVA 48.65 20. Agatha Kwasnik, GT 50.92 Women 200 Breast Finals 1. Laura Moriarty, UNC 2:09.94 23. Hen Pauker, GT 2:20.64 Women 200 Fly Finals 1. Liz Shaw, UVA 1:57.17 11. Taylor Flynn, GT 2:00.98 15. Keren Siebner, GT 2:01.92 16. Jordan Evans, GT 2:03.31 23. Christine Chuang, GT 2:03.78 Women Platform Diving Finals 1. Hannah Hopkins, NCS 312.35 Women 400 Free Relay 1. Virginia 3:15.24 7. Georgia Tech 3:21.69 (Weber, Riley, Siebner, Kwasnik)

Women 200 Free Finals 1. Lauren Perdue, UVA 1:43.98 15. Agatha Kwasnik, GT 1:49.11 18. Sarah Broadley, GT 1:49.44 20. Lexi Weber, GT 1:49.81 23. Taylor Flynn, GT 1:50.59 24. Keren Siebner, GT 1:50.63

Men 100 Back Finals 1. Tommy Wyher, UNC 46.08 7. Johnny Hagaman, GT 48.60

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2009-10 Season Top Times Men’s Season Best Times (25-yard short course) Event Performer (Meet) 50 Free Nigel Plummer (ACC Championship) 100 Free Nigel Plummer (GT Fall Invitational) 200 Free Travis Wagner (ACC Championship) 500 Free Travis Wagner (ACC Championship) 1,000 Free Kevin Morgan (Emory) 1,650 Free Colin Shouten (ACC Championship) 50 Back Ilia Ayzenshtok (ACC Championship) 100 Back Johnny Hagaman (ACC Championship) 200 Back Ilia Ayzenshtok (ACC Championship) 100 Fly Eric Chiu (ACC Championship) 200 Fly Gal Nevo (ACC Championship) 100 Breast Matthew Vaughan (ACC Championship) 200 Breast Matthew Vaughan (ACC Championship) 200 IM Gal Nevo (ACC Championship) 400 IM Gal Nevo (ACC Championship) 200 Free Relay Plummer, Jackson, Phillips, Lynch (ACC Championship) 400 Free Relay Plummer, Chiu, Phillips, Nevo (ACC Championship) 800 Free Relay Wagner, Long, Tang, Nevo (ACC Championship) 200 Medley Relay Ayzenshtok, Vaughan, Lynch, Plummer (ACC Championship) 400 Medley Relay Hagaman, Nevo, Chiu, Plummer (ACC Championship) 1-Meter Diving Christopher Khosravi (Emory) 3-Meter Diving Brandon Makinson (FSU and VT) Platform Diving Christopher Khosravi (ACC Championship)

Gal Nevo

Time/Score 19.96 44.27 1:36.86 4:28.31 9:48.09 15:39. 22.61 48.28 1:47.06 47.86 1:43.43 54.66 1:59.72 1:44.14 3:40.47 1:22.18 2:58.97 6:34.78 1:28.55 3:15.32 358.10 389.60 358.10

Matthew Vaughan

Nigel Plummer

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2009-10 Season Top Times Women’s Season Best Times (25-yard short course) Event Performer (Meet) 50 Free Agatha Kwasnik (ACC Championship) 100 Free Alexis Weber (ACC Championship) 200 Free Agatha Kwasnik (ACC Championship) 500 Free Heidi Hatteberg (ACC Championship) 1,000 Free Jing Li (at UNC) 1,650 Free Jing Li (GT Fall Invitational) 50 Back Jessie Mason (ACC Championship) 100 Back Heidi Hatteberg (ACC Championship) 200 Back Heidi Hatteberg (ACC Championship) 100 Fly Jordan Evans (ACC Championship) 200 Fly Taylor Flynn (ACC Championship) 100 Breast Lisa Pucci (ACC Championship) 200 Breast Hen Pauker (ACC Championship) 200 IM Jordan Evans (ACC Championship) 400 IM Kristen Dornstauder (2010 Triangle College Cup) 200 Free Relay Mason, Weber, Riley, Kwasnik (ACC Championship) 400 Free Relay Weber, Riley, Siebner, Kwasnik (ACC Championship) 800 Free Relay Kwasnik, Weber, Siebner, Broadley (ACC Championship) 200 Medley Relay Mason, Pucci, Chuang, Riley (ACC Championship) 400 Medley Relay Hatteberg, Pucci, Evans, Kwasnik (ACC Championship) 1-Meter Diving Hanna Krimm (Emory) 3-Meter Diving Hannah Krimm (Emory) Platform Diving None

Time/Score 23.11 50.69 1:48.76 4:50.77 10:21.24 17:18.98 25.96 55.25 1:57.68 54.70 2:00.98 1:03.06 2:19.83 2:02.47 4:29.69 1:33.00 3:21.69 7:18.42 1:42.64 3:44.23 312.00 346.35

Heidi Hatteberg Jing Li

Agatha Kwasnik

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Men’s Top Times 50-FREE Nigel Plummer 2009

19.54 19.61 19.63 19.82 19.96 20.11 20.35 20.36 20.42 20.43

Nigel Plummer Mauricio Sousa Garrett Robberson Noah Copeland Sullivan Lynch Mickey Malul Teemu Kettunen Jason Howard Onur Uras Johnny Hagaman

2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2006 2006 2008 2009

1,000-FREE Shilo Ayalon 2003

9:02.69 9:03.01 9:16.03 9:16.53 9:17.11 9:17.94 9:22.65 9:30.16 9:35.15 9:38.22

100-FREE Noah Copeland 2009

43.33 43.91 44.27 44.29 44.57 44.72 44.73 44.96 45.15 45.16 45.16

Noah Copeland Garrett Robberson Nigel Plummer Josh Hersko Jason Howard Travis Wagner Mauricio Sousa Mickey Malul Teemu Kettunen Jeffrey Phillips Eric Chiu

2009 2009 2009 2003 2005 2009 2009 2009 2005 2009 2010

Noah Copeland Travis Wagner Shilo Ayalon Matt Figh Jason Howard Josh Hersko Itai Eden Leo Salinas Rob Miller Ralph Long

2009 2010 2003 2004 2005 2003 2002 2002 2007 2009

14:47.31 Shilo Ayalon 14:54.71 Sam Morgan 15:16.10 Rob Miller 15:18.32 Eduardo Oliver 15:22.84 Matt Figh 15:24.70 Leo Salinas 15:28.15 Ryan Crete 15:39.19 Colin Schouten 15:55.97 Jeff Burton 16:01.61 Zach Tillman

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Shilo Ayalon Sam Morgan Matt Figh Leo Salinas Noah Copeland Rob Miller Chris Ewald Travis Wagner Eduardo Oliver Ryan Crete

2003 2005 2004 2002 2007 2007 2006 2010 2003 2007

52.86 53.47 54.66 54.85 55.49 55.55 55.57 55.78 56.20 56.56

2003 2005 2005 2003 2005 2001 2007 2010 2008 2009

47.57 48.16 48.71 48.72 49.06 49.23 49.57 49.58 50.04 50.51

Ilia Ayzenshtok Johnny Hagaman Matt Tang Jeremy Raines Garrett Robberson Jason Bourgeois David Laitala James Salazar Way Joe Lee Jorge Oliver

2009 2009 2009 2003 2009 2007 2001 2002 2010 2002

1:55.27 1:58.37 1:58.74 1:59.72 2:01.25 2:02.25 2:02.48 2:02.54 2:02.61 2:02.71

Ilia Ayzenshtok Johnny Hagaman James Salazar Matt Tang Jeremy Raines Way Joe Lee Scott Lenyk Matt Figh David Laitala Max Randolph

2009 2009 2002 2009 2004 2009 2001 2002 2002 2010

2009 2009 2010 2002 2002 2007 2008 2009 1999 2003

Gal Nevo Tomonori Tsuji Andy Miller Matt Vaughan Ryan Bishop Robbie Foster Alex Williams John Hermes Sam Bendziewicz Chris Biedrzycki

2009 2001 2009 2010 2005 2002 2005 2009 2009 2002

100-FLY Travis Wagner 2009

47.22 47.68 47.86 48.03 48.29 48.55 48.90 49.12 49.49 49.55

200-BACK Ilia Ayazenshtok 2009

1:43.23 1:44.28 1:45.53 1:47.59 1:47.77 1:47.82 1:47.93 1:48.08 1:49.90 1:50.05

Mickey Malul Andy Miller Matt Vaughan Tomonori Tsuji Robbie Foster Alex Williams Jeremy Jackson Sam Bendziewicz Theral Mackey Yonatan Cohen

200-BREAST Gal Nevo 2009

100-BACK Ilia Ayazenshtok 2009

500-FREE Shilo Ayalon 2003

4:19.31 4:21.49 4:24.01 4:24.09 4:25.36 4:27.11 4:27.15 4:28.31 4:28.40 4:28.46

2003 2005 2003 2007 2005 2005 2000 2009 2007 2007

1,650-FREE Shilo Ayalon 2003

200-FREE Noah Copeland 2009

1:34.56 1:36.86 1:37.70 1:37.70 1:37.75 1:37.94 1:39.26 1:39.30 1:39.48 1:39.55

Shilo Ayalon Sam Morgan Eduardo Oliver Ryan Crete Rob Miller Matt Figh Leo Salinas Zach Tillman Alex Roan Jeff Burton

100-BREAST Mickey Malul 2009

Travis Wagner David Laitala Eric Chiu Onur Uras Sullivan Lynch Teemu Kettunen Mauricio Sousa Jason Bourgeois Matt Tang Jorge Oliver

2009 2002 2010 2008 2009 2006 2009 2007 2009 2002

200-FLY Gal Nevo 2010

1:43.43 1:45.76 1:46.74 1:47.09 1:48.25 1:49.04 1:49.09 1:49.18 1:49.66 1:49.86

Gal Nevo Onur Uras Sullivan Lynch Tim Halligan David Laitala Itai Eden Ralph Long Matt Figh Brady Skaggs Michael Hart

2010 2008 2009 1989 2002 2002 2009 2004 2002 2010

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Men’s Top Times 200-IM Gal Nevo 2009

1:42.79 1:47.79 1:47.95 1:48.74 1:49.45 1:49.68 1:49.86 1:50.02 1:50.59 1:50.72

Gal Nevo Andy Miller David Laitala Ryan Bishop Chris Biedrzycki Eric Chiu Yonatan Cohen Way Joe Lee John Hermes Max Randolph

2009 2009 2002 2007 2002 2010 2003 2009 2010 2010

400-IM Gal Nevo 2009

3:38.00 3:48.31 3:51.92 3:52.31 3:54.46 3:55.90 3:56.10 3:57.49 3:57.57 3:59.01

Gal Nevo Shilo Ayalon Ryan Bishop Sam Morgan Chris Biedrzycki John Hermes Jeff Burton Conrad Aach Carl Nylander Jacob Wilson

2009 2003 2007 2005 2002 2009 2008 2007 2002 2003

1-METER DIVE Evan Stowers 2006

200 Freestyle Relay 1:17.84 1:20.20 1:20.35 1:20.81 1:21.15 1:21.46 1:21.56 1:21.96 1:22.18 1:22.62

Robberson, Sousa, Plummer, Copeland Sousa, Uras, Kwasnik, Robberson Bourgeois, Kwasnik, Finkler, Sousa Kettunen, Maier, Riebesell, Howard Kettunen, Huff, Finkler, Howard Riebesell, Howard, Huff, Kettunen Hersko, Kettunen, Raines, Riebesell Finkler, Bourgeois, Hagaman, Sousa Plummer, Jackson, Phillips, Lynch Howard, Riebesell, Sousa, Kettunen

400 Freestyle Relay 2:54.72 2:58.97 2:59.52 2:59.53 2:59.82 3:00.50 3:01.64 3:01.73 3:01.98 3:03.21

Copeland, Nevo, Wagner, Robberson Plummer, Chiu, Phillips, Nevo Howard, Huff, Finkler, Kettunen Robberson, Sousa, Wagner, Copeland Kettunen, Maier, Riebesell, Howard Finkler, Bourgeois, Sousa, Copeland Kettunen, Riebesell, Huff, Howard Hersko, Laitala, J. Oliver, Salinas Laitala, J. Oliver, Forbes, Hersko Hersko, Howard, J. Oliver, Riebesell

800 Freestyle Relay 6:25.30 6:31.97 6:34.45 6:34.78 6:36.12 6:36.39 6:37.09 6:37.49 6:37.93 6:38.98

Copeland, Wagner, Tang, Nevo Copeland, Uras, Long, Wagner Figh, Finkler, Morgan, Howard Wagner, Long, Tang, Nevo Ayalon, Hersko, Morgan, Figh Hersko, Ayalon, Salinas, Figh Copeland, Finkler, Eward, Howard Finkler, Ewald, Miller, Copeland Figh, Huff, Eden, Howard Salinas, Hersko, Eden, Ayalon

200 Medley Relay 351.00

Evan Stowers

2006

3-METER DIVE Evan Stowers 2006

395.25

Evan Stowers

2006

PLATFORM DIVE Evan Stowers 2006

359.80

Evan Stowers

2006

1:26.00 1:27.20 1:28.55 1:29.90 1:30.49 1:30.62 1:30.85 1:30.93 1:32.43 1:32.47

Ayzenshtok, Malul, Lynch, Sousa Hagaman, Malul, Uras, Sousa Ayzenshtok, Vaughan, Lynch, Plummer Raines, Foster, Kettunen, Riebesell Raines, Foster, Laitala, Comer Bourgeois, Williams, Kettunen, Riebesell Bourgeois, Williams, Finkler, Sousa Raines, Williams, Kettunen, Riebesell Laitala, Tsuji, Nozar, J. Oliver Laitala, Foster, Forbes, J. Oliver

400 Medley Relay 3:11.01 3:14.25 3:15.32 3:16.44 3:16.55 3:18.75 3:18.90 3:19.70 3:20.23 3:21.74

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2009 2008 2007 2005 2006 2004 2003 2007 2010 2006 2009 2010 2006 2008 2005 2007 2004 2002 2001 2003 2009 2008 2005 2010 2003 2002 2006 2006 2004 2001 2009 2008 2010 2003 2002 2006 2007 2005 2000 2001 2009 2008 2010 2002 2003 2001 2006 2002 2004 2002

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Women’s Top Times 50-FREE Agatha Kwasnik 2008

22.88 23.31 23.53 23.56 23.63 23.68 23.68 23.69 23.74 23.76

Agatha Kwasnik Jessie Mason Lexi Weber Keren Siebner Christine Chuang Natanya Harper Keren Siebner Heidi Hatteberg Moeko Wallis Kate Riley

2008 2010 2010 2010 2008 2005 2009 2009 2004 2010

1,000-FREE Elizabeth Stowe 2008

9:55.75 Elizabeth Stowe 10:11.58 Vesna Stojanovska 10:13.74 Jing Li 10:20.34 Amanda Gannon 10:22.20 Katie Bond 10:22.55 Michelle Maguire 10:22.84 Ann Battle 10:26.04 Lisa Hancock 10:26.99 Caroline Jones 10:28.57 Lauren Rhea

100-FREE Agatha Kwasnik 2008

49.39 50.27 50.66 50.99 51.25 51.29 51.49 51.79 51.92 51.98

Agatha Kwasnik Keren Siebner Lexi Weber Sarah Broadley Kate Riley Jessie Mason Liz Foster Vesan Stojanovska Natanya Harper Moeko Wallis

2008 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2004 2006 2005 2002

Agatha Kwasnik Vesna Stojanovska Sarah Broadley Lexi Weber Keren Siebner Taylor Flynn Caroline Jones Katherine Locker Elizabeth Stowe Jing Li

2008 2005 2010 2010 2010 2010 2006 2009 2005 2007

16:19.33 Elizabeth Stowe 16:57.90 Jing Li 17:04.15 Amanda Gannon 17:05.06 Ann Battle 17:11.66 Michelle Maguire 17:16.33 Caiti Lewis 17:39.82 Kathy Wood

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Vesna Stojanovska Elizabeth Stowe Heidi Hatteberg Sarah Broadley Taylor Flynn Michelle Maguire Jing Li Ashley Kracke Katie Bond Heather Matz

2005 2005 2010 2010 2010 2002 2007 2003 2008 2004

2008 2008 2005 2004 2002 2009 2003

54.73 55.25 55.78 55.92 56.00 56.19 56.81 56.94 57.53 57.80

Ryann Kopacka Heidi Hatteberg Jessie Mason Morgan Trickett Ashley Kracke Anna Saum Kate Riley Agatha Kwasnik Jaclyn Keys Keren Siebner

2009 2010 2010 2010 2003 2003 2010 2010 2005 2010

2:14.50 2:18.70 2:18.86 2:19.66 2:19.83 2:22.73 2:23.04 2:23.67

Heidi Hatteberg Ryann Kopacka Ashley Kracke Katie Bond Anna Saum Keren Siebner Caroline Jones Michelle Maguire Amanda Korell Katie Duffy

2010 2008 2003 2008 2003 2010 2006 2003 2005 2002

2009 2010 2005 2010 2003 2002 2005 2010 2010 2003

Brittany Gobat Cara DeVinny Lisa Pucci Alison Walker Hen Pauker April Dickerson Katie McGraw Laura Heiser

2009 2003 2009 2004 2010 2010 2005 2003

100-FLY Jordan Evans 2010

:54.70 :54.85 :55.47 :55.65 :55.84 :56.14 :56.22 :56.41 :56.44 :57.11

200-BACK Heidi Hatteberg 2010

1:57.68 1:58.48 1:59.76 2:00.06 2:01.22 2:02.70 2:03.15 2:05.00 2:05.79 2:05.82

Brittany Gobat Lisa Pucci Alison Walker Hen Pauker Laura Heiser Jenny Lentz Katie McGraw April Dickerson Morgan Trickett Sara Gilli

200-BREAST Brittany Gobat 2009

100-BACK Ryann Kopacka 2009

500-FREE Vesna Stojanovska 2005

4:47.36 4:50.52 4:50.77 4:54.60 4:55.38 4:57.68 4:57.75 4:58.28 4:58.50 4:59.42

1:02.23 1:03.06 1:03.47 1:04.16 1:04.97 1:05.19 1:05.44 1:05.69 1:06.51 1:06.63

1,000-FREE Elizabeth Stowe 2008

200-FREE Agatha Kwasnik 2008

1:47.40 1:47.67 1:49.17 1:49.81 1:50.21 1:50.21 1:50.60 1:51.22 1:52.24 1:52.38

2008 2004 2007 2005 2008 2003 2004 2003 2006 2007

100-BREAST Brittany Gobat 2009

Jordan Evans Christine Chuang Liz Foster Thea Kromer Vida Jemec Meghan DeVinney Erin O’Donnell Anna Saum Katherine Locker Keren Siebner

2010 2010 2004 2008 2009 2003 2009 2003 2009 2010

200-FLY Taylor Flynn 2009

1:59.16 1:59.27 2:01.24 2:01.63 2:02.20 2:02.22 2:02.28 2:02.34 2:03.78 2:04.10

Taylor Flynn Vesna Stojanovska Christine Chuang Keren Siebner Jordan Evans Cara DeVinney Meghan DeVinney Lisa Hancock Jing Li Kristen Dornstauder

2009 2005 2009 2010 2010 2002 2003 2003 2007 2009

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Women’s Top Times 200-IM Brittany Gobat 2009

2:01.82 2:02.47 2:03.89 2:03.92 2:04.11 2:05.39 2:05.46 2:05.50 2:06.71 2:06.92

Brittany Gobat Jordan Evans Lisa Hancock Morgan Trickett Cara DeVinney Liz Foster Ryann Kopacka Kristen Dornstauder April Dickerson Hen Pauker

2009 2010 2003 2010 2002 2004 2009 2009 2009 2010

400-IM Cara DeVinney 2001

4:16.60 4:25.76 4:27.08 4:27.14 4:28.93 4:30.22 4:30.74 4:30.90 4:32.81 4:35.89

Cara DeVinney Kristen Dornstauder Lisa Hancock Vesna Stojanovska Michelle Maguire Jing Li Amanda Korell Heather Matz Jordan Evans Ashley Skala

2002 2009 2003 2004 2002 2008 2005 2005 2009 2002

1-METER DIVE Hannah Krimm 2009 307.50

Hannah Krimm

2009

1-METER DIVE Hannah Krimm 2009 328.75

Hannah Krimm

2008

PLATFORM DIVE Stephanie England 2007 308.25

Stephanie England

2007

200 Freestyle Relay 1:33.00 1:33.16 1:34.25 1:34.94 1:35.40 1:35.89 1:36.17 1:36.31 1:36.68 1:36.72

Mason, Weber, Riley, Kwasnik Mason, Hatteberg, Chuang, Kwasnik Keys, Wallis, Foster, Harper Kromer, Pucci, Chuang, Kwasnik Saum, Lentz, Wallis, Gilli Saum, Wallis, Keys, Foster DeVinney, Foster, Saum, Wallis McLeod, Harper, Foster, McGraw Kwasnik, Walker, McLeod, Flynn Wallis, Keys, Lentz, Saum

400 Freestyle Relay 3:20.64 3:21.69 3:25.24 3:26.47 3:27.35 3:28.20 3:29.23 3:29.57 3:29.86 3:30.57

Kwasnik, Siebner, Mason, Broadley Weber, Riley, Siebner, Kwasnik Kwasnik, Kromer, Pucci, Flynn Harper, Foster, Wallis, Stojanovska Harper, Foster, Wallis, Keys Gilli, Saum, Wallis, Christenson Stojanovska, Jones, McLeod, Foster Kwasnik, Li, Flynn, Pucci Stojanovska, Foster, Christenson, Harper Wallis, Saum, Foster, DeVinney

800 Freestyle Relay 7:18.42 7:20.11 7:24.03 7:24.06 7:29.38 7:32.39 7:33.25 7:33.75 7:35.08 7:37.16

Kwasnik, Weber, Siebner, Broadley Kwasnik, Siwbner, Flynn, Broadley Kwasnik, Flynn, Stowe, Li Stojanovska, Foster, Stowe, DeVinney Stojanovska, Matz, Kracke, DeVinney Stojanovska, MaGuire, Wallis, West Stojanovska, Stowe, McLeod, Jones Kracke, Christenson, Hancock, DeVinney Kwasnik, Stowe, Jones, Flynn Wallis, Hancock, MaGuire, Christenson

200 Medley Relay 1:42.64 1:43.00 1:44.95 1:45.24 1:45.25 1:45.33 1:45.89 1:46.00 1:47.52 1:47.77

Mason, Pucci, Chuang, Siebner Mason, Pucci, Chuang, Riley Saum, Walker, DeVinney, Harper Saum, Gilli, Lentz, Wallis Kopacka, Pucci, Chuang, Locker Kracke, Walker, DeVinney, Harper Saum, Heiser, Foster, Wallis Saum, Heiser, DeVinney, Wallis Kwasnik, Walker, Campbell, Pucci Jones, Walker, McLeod, Pucci

400 Medley Relay 3:42.17 3:44.23 3:47.39 3:48.63 3:49.39 3:49.55 3:51.00 3:52.42 3:53.63 3:53.84

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Kopacka, Gobat, Evans, Kwasnik Hatteberg, Pucci, Evans, Kwasnik Kopacka, Pucci, Kromer, Kwasnik Kracke, Walker, Foster, Stojanovska Kracke, Walker Foster, Wallis Saum, Heiser, DeVinney, Wallis Saum Lentz, DeVinney, Wallis Kracke, Walker, DeVinney, Harper Kracke, Heiser, DeVinney, Harper Saum, Walker, DeVinney, Harper

2010 2009 2004 2008 2002 2003 2003 2006 2007 2002 2009 2010 2008 2005 2004 2002 2006 2007 2005 2003 2010 2009 2008 2005 2004 2002 2006 2007 2005 2003 2009 2010 2004 2002 2008 2006 2003 2003 2007 2007 2009 2010 2008 2005 2004 2003 2002 2006 2005 2004

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AA Aach, Conrad Abadi, Richard Abraham, Scott Aikenhead, Malcolm Arundel, Casey Aloisio, Charles Anderson, Matthew Andruzzi, Anthony Ambruster, Bob Ashenden, Russell Ashley, Scot Audelman, Alfred Avery, Richard Ayalon, Shilo

2004-07 1981 1998 1967 2004 1987 200 1993 1989-92 1986-87 1990-91 1965 1974-50 2000-03

BB Baker, Fred 1972 Ballard, Robert 1954-57 Ballentine, Thomas 1966-68 Barr, Todd 1970-72 Barrales, Benny 1972 Bashar, Chris 1995-98 Baskin, Leland 1971 Baumgardner, Carl 1954-57 Belcher, John 1966 Bendziewicz, Sam 2008Bennett, Michael 2005-08 Benton, Louis 1962 Bendon, William 1964-65 Bergmard, George 1970, 73 Bergmard, Richard 1972-75 Berry, Brian 1986-87 Best, John 1946-47 Bitencourt, Jean Paul 1993 Biedrycki, Chris 2001-02 Biegel, Alex 1997-98 Bishop, Ryan 2004-07 Blanton, James 1950-51 Bloonberg, Coe 1966 Baddy, Scott 1970 Barnar, Alan 1981-82 Bourgeois, Jason 2005-08 Brannon, Derek 1992-95 Brantley, Haskew 1947-48 Brier, Judith 1979 Brinkman, Ed 1996-99 Brock, W.J. 1946 Brooks, Kevin 1996-99 Brown, Bob 1972 Brown, Hubert 1961 Brown, John 1954 Brown, Joseph 1947-48 Brown, Terry 1975-76 Browne, Robert 1953-55, 57 Browning, Brian 2003 Bruningo, Robert 1968-69 Bueker, Kermit 1967 Bullock, Cullen 1962-63 Buran, Wally 1972 Burkhardt, Tony 2004-07 Burrows, David 1967-69 Burrows, John 1967-69 Burton, Jeff 2005-08 CC Caghan, Lawrence 1962, 64 Caldwell, Roland 1985-87 Campbell, W.J. 1946 Candela, Alec 1990-92 Carter, Keenan 1974-77 Castellow, Kevin 1994-96, 98 Center, Landrum 1995

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Cerceo, Jay 1999 Champagne, Casey 1998 Champney, Mark 1993-96 Chang, Michael 1984-87 Chong, Tony 1990-91 Chapman, John 1947-50 Charles, Michael 1954-57 Chen, Timothy 1968 Childress, Guion 1952-54 Chilton, Hugh 1972 Chislett, Jack 1976 Chiu, Eric 2010Codelli, David 1989-91 Cohen, Yonatan 2003 Cole, Greg 1982 Collins, James 1948-49 Comer, Mike 2002-03 Cook, Joseph 1966 Coopat, Edward 1965-66 Copeland, Noah 2006-08 Corbett, peter 1987 Cormican, Robert 1993 Cranford, Drew 2005-07 Crouch, Julian 1948-49, 51-52 Crutcher, William 1947-49 Curlin, Fred 1947-48 DD Daly, James Dannelly, William Dannerman, Ben Daves, Joe Davis, Jesse Davis, Richard De La Guardia, Mario Derrick, Jack Dewald, Charles Doblar, Peter Dudley, Robert Duffy, Kelsey Dunbar, Jeffrey Dye, Ross

1986-87 1981 2000 1970-72 1950 1954-55 1952 1967-69 147-48 2005-08 1957-60 2007-10 1966-67 2000

EE Eastin, Robert 1968 Eddy, Peter 1987 Edelson, Bert 1947-51 Eden Itai 2001-04 Eidson, Randall 1966 Einersson, Sarkis 1998 Eley, Nathan 1998 Elgin, Bruce 1982, 84-85 Ellars, Otto 1964 Emkin, Leroy 1963-64 Enderica, Jorge 1961 Endstrom, Brandt 1990-91 Ewald, Chris 2006-08 FF Farmer, Screven Fauerbach, George Fauerbach, John Fennessy, John Figh, Matt Finelli, Daniel Finkler, Ofer Fish, Russ Fitzgerald, Sean Flinn, Farl Flowers, Charles Forbes, Brendan Foster, Brian Foster, Robbie Foust, Greg Frank, V.R. Frederick, Jarvis

1972-75 1966-68 1970-72 1998-2001 2002-04 1978-81 2005-07 1971-74 1984-85 1973-76 1949 2001-02 1974 2000-03 1991 1946 1991-93

Fridrichsen, Jan Fuller, Christopher

1980 1992-94

GG Gale, Andrew 1987, 89-90 Gallaher, Mike 1976 Gaw, Kevin 1987 Gay, Christopher 1987, 89 Geiszler, Andrew 1987, 89-90 Genet, Richard 1989 Cersbach, Charlie 1999-2001 Cissendanner, Tom 1970 Goeltsche, Dennis 1963 Goldcamp, Thomas 1980-81 Goldstein, Clenn 1996-99 Craham, Tyler 1993 Craves, Bryan 1991-94 Creenbaum, Carl 1991-94 Greenlee, R.K. 1946 Cresham, Tom 1971 Griffin, Randolph 1947-50 Griffin, Sean 1984 Gripp, Jon 1969-72 HH Hagaman, Johnny 2007-10 Hagar, Robert 1960 Hale, Gerry 1992-93 Halligan, Tim 1985-87, 89 Halleck, Stephen 1960-62 Hannon, Charlie 1976-78 Hannon, Gerard 1973-75 Hardin, William 1969-70 Harp, Robert 1949-51 Harris, Paul 1961-63 Harrell, David 1958 Harrison, Charles 1950-51 Hart, Michael 2010Hawkins, Holmes 1986, 89 Heapy, Gary 1985-86 Heck, Steve 1970-72 Hellmann, Jim 1970-71, 73-74 Hendry, Matthew 1992-95 Hensley, John 1981-82, 84 Hernandez, Francis 1980-81 Herrera, Guillermo 1953-54 Hermes, John 2009Herski, Josh 2000-03 Hiles, Gordon 1954 Hiles, John 1947-50 Hirschel, Adam 1997-98 Hirshberg, William 1947-49 Hirth, Roy 1975-78 Hoadley, David 1973-74 Honan, Matt 1989-92 Hornbuckle, William 1985 Howard, Jason 1003-06 Hubner, Robert 1960 Huff, Brian 2003-06 Hungerford, Edward 1958 Jackson, Jeremy Jackson, Robert Jamm, Bill Jeppe, Arthur Johnson, Mark Jones, Brian Justice, Steve

JJ

KK Kamat, Sulush Karanovich, Donald Karkus, James Kater, Martin Kendrick, Mike Kenehan, Ed

2007-10 1995-98 1972 1961-62 1984-85 1990-93 1997-80 1991 1969-71 1954 1962-64 1984 1972

Kennedy, Craig Kettunen, Teemu Khosravi, Chris Kiehle, Andy Kirby, David Kirk, George Kisling, Scott Knougg, Erik Knutsen, Pete Korengel, Jeffrey Kossenko, George Kwasnik, Jacob LL Laitala, David Lang, Barry Langley, Robert Laube, David Lee, Chris Lee, Norman Lee, Way Joe Lehman, Bradley LeMoyne, Irve Lenyk, Scott Lindsey, warren Lionberger, Mike Livingston, John Lofblad, Robert Long, Ralph Longmire, Hank Lowe, Jonathan Ludwig, Nena Lumra, Brandon Lynch, Sullivan

1974 2003-06 20101995 1963-65 1949 1985 1993 1971 1985-87 1992-95 2005-08 1999-2002 1981 1957-59 1998 2006-08 1955-57 2007-10 1985-87 1959-61 2000-01 1967 1993 1977-80 1956-58 20081999-2002 1984 1977-78 1993-96 2008-

MM MacLean, James 1965-67 Mackey, Theral 1996-99 Maier, Marc 2002-04 Makinson, Brandon 2010Malarkey, Chris 1975 Maletto, Rich 1998 Malul, Mickey 2008-09 Mangin, Albert 1966-67 Marmor, Charles Sr. 1970-73 Marmor, Charles, Jr. 1993-96 Marsden, Frankie 1989-92 Martin, Alfred 1976-79 Mathes, Daniel 1950-51 Matthews, W.C. 1946 McAuley, James, H 1947 McCabe, John 1989 McCanless, Edgar 1977-78 McCanless, Henry 1969, 71-72 McCarty, Kevin 1984 McCarty, Paul 2001-04 McCoy, Reagan 1967 McEachron, Jim 1976-77 McGahey, Craig 1972 McGillivray, Alex 1994-97 McGillivray, David 1969 McGillivray, Ross 1964, 67 McGinley, Matt 2004-05 McKay, Mark 1974-77 McKenry, Robert 1977-78 McKenzie, James 1951 McKeown, Patrick 1963, 65 McLellan, Bill 1970 McQuinn, Travis 2000 Michaelis, Milton 1948 Miller, Rob 2005-07 Miller, Andy 2006-08 Minor, Lewis 1962 Moan, Jim 1989 Montalvo, Mario 2004-06 Moore, David A. 1956 Moore, David F. 1956-57

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NN

1989 20082003-06 1948 1954 1696-70 1989 1950 1991 1994-97 1980-81 1977-78, 80 1974-76 1998 1960 1989 1998-2001 1999-2002

OO Odum, Richardson 1978-81 Old, Andrew 1992-95 Oliver, Eduardo 2001-04 Oliver, Jorge 2000-03 Oltman, Jack 1980-82 Ostrander, Rick 1975-76 Ouderkirk, Ryan 1994-97 O’Toole, Michael 1998 Outland, John 1964 Owen, Charles 1947 PP Packard, B.A. 1946 Pacofsky, Mark 1977 Pahr, Robert 1973-74 Parker, Jordan 2002-05 Parrott, Bruce 1978 Patton, Blake 1990-93 Pearson, Mark 1978 Pemueller, Alejandr 1990-93 Peterson, Charles 1978 Peveler, Richard 1967-69 Phillips, Jeffrey 2008Pickering, Frank 1966 Player, Bryan 1985-87, 89 Plummer, Nigel 2009Pohly, Daniel 1980-82 Popp, Robert 1961-63 Potts, Rich 1971 Pritchett, Gary 1976-78 Quinlivan, Jeff

QQ RR

Rafajko, Ron Raines, Jeremy Randolph, Max Rauch, Ricky Redgrave, Timothy Reed, Matt Reeves, Hazard Richards, Clifton Ricketts, Rodney Riebesel, Ryan Rifkin, David Roan, Alex Robberson, Garrett Robbins, Brian Robertson, Eric Rodriquez, Elias Roecker, Steven Rolfe, Rial Rubel, Jon

1995-98 1975-76 2002-04 20082001 1973-76 1999 1956-57 1996-97 1965 2003-06 2006-07 2007-78 200820091993 1993-94 1973 1946-47 1975-79

Rundlof, Christer Ruskin, Mike

1995-98 1970

SS Salazar, James 2000-03 Salinas, Leo 1999-2002 Sanks, Eric 1994 Satterfield, Rick 1976-77 Savage, John 1968-701 Scarlett, Gordon 1984 Scheuer, Hugo 1946-48 Schilling, Mark 1998-99 Schouten, Colin 2010Schultz, Larry 1964-65 Sebestyen, Joseph 1993 Seeton, Chris 1992-95 Shanteau, Ryan 1999 Sherris, Scott 1995 Shippy, Duane 1989-92 Shippy, Timothy 1991-92 Shaw, Gred 1974 Shelander, Bill 1972-75 Shelander, Dianna 1973-76 Shelander, Jim 1970-73 Showalter, Drew 2007-09 Silver, David 1999-2002 Simpson, Steven 1973 Skaggs, Brady 1999-2002 Skenes, Kevin 2006-08 Small, G.H. 1948 Smith, Chuck 1971 Smith, Justin 1993 Smith, Michael1997-99 Smith, Myles 1963 Sorias, Ofir 2003 Sousa, Mauricio 2006-08 Spaziano, Robert 1994-95 Spray, James 1986-87 Spreen, Allan 1969-71 St. Julien, Upaji 1994 Stevens, Scott 1989 Steves, Robert 1958 Stowers, Evan 2005-08 Strickland, Frank 1952-53 Susaneck, Steve 1970 Swanson, Edward 1947-49 Sweat, David 1992 Sweet, David 1980 TT Tang, Matt 2008Taunton, Kimberly 1980 Taylor, Donald 1982 Taylor, Robert 1992 Temlund, Paul 1965 TeStrake, Todd 1990-93 Thigpen, Josh 1998-99 Thomas, J.R. 1946 Thomas, Robert 1961-62 Thomason, Douglas 1981-82, 84 Thompson, Paul 1975-78 Thorn, Dustin 1998-2001 Thrasher, James 1951-52 Tieslau, Timothy 1966-68 Tillman, Zach 2009 Titterton, George 1982, 84 Topp, Julio 1946-49 Towles, Tommy 1948-50 Toy, James 1967-69 Tribble, James 1970 Tsuji, Tomonori 2000-03 Tunning, Greg 2006Tyler, David 1993 Tzegaegbe, Jacob 2008Uras, Onur

UU

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Urda, Martin

1998

VV Vallecoccia, Michael Van Lear, Samuel VanPelt, Andy Van Voorhis, Kenneth Vieira, Raymond Van Gontard, Perfy Vaughan, Matthew

20081953-57 2002-05 1964-65 1978 1969 2009-

WW Wagner, Travis 2008Wahler, Edwin 1968 Walker, Joseph 1953-56 Walton, Jay 1953 Washburn, Thomas 1969-71 Watson, James 1951 Ways, George 1969 Weigle, James 1951 Weir, Edward 1966-67 Wells, William 1977-80 Whidden, Charles 1961-62 Whitaker, Kenneth 1969 Wiggin, Charles 1957-59 Wilson, Andy 1997-98 Wilson, Jacob 2003-04 Wilson, John 1991-92 Wiliams, Alex 2004-07 Williams, David 1958 Williams, Jason 1996-99 Williams, Mark 1973 Williams, Robert 1951 Wise, John 1980-82 Wise, Michael 1985-86 Wolczynski, Matt 1999 Woodworth, Will 2007-10 Wright, Peter 1963 Wynne, George 1958 Yancey, Edwin

YY

1967

Women’s Letterwinners BB Barnes, Lauren Battle, Ann Bertolino, Michele Bond, Katie Broadley, Sarah

20072002-05 200820082009-

CC Campbell, Megan Christenson, Jennifer Chuang, Christine

2005-08 2002-05 2008-

DD DeVinney, Meghan Devinny, Cara Dickerson, April Dornstauder, Kristen Duffy, Katie

2003-06 2002-03 2008-10 20092002-04

EE England, Stephanie Evans, Jordan

2005-08 2009-

Flynn, Taylor Foster, Liz

FF

GG Gannon, Amanda Gilli, Sara Gobat, Brittany

2007-10 2003-06

HH Hancock, Lisa Harper, Natanya Hatteberg, Heidi Hedberg, Dalton Heiser, Laura JJ

Jemec, Vida Jones, Caroline Japek, Jessica

2002-05 2004-06 20092007-10 2003-06 20082006-08 2002-03

KK Keys, Jaclyn Kopacka, Ryann Korell, Amada Kracke, Ashley Krimm, Hannah Kromer, Thea Kwasnik, Agatha

2002-05 2007-10 2004-07 2003-06 2007-10 2008-10 2007-10

LL Lentz, Jenny Lewis, Caiti Li, Jing Locker, Katherine

2002 2008-09 2007-10 2008-

MM Matz, Heather Maguire, Michelle Martinez, Meghan Mason, Jessie McLeod, Mari McGraw, Katie

2004-07 2002-05 2006 20092006-07 2005

O’Donnell, Erin

OO

Pauker, Hen Prystaj, Laurissa Pucci, Lisa Riley, Kate

PP

RR

2009-10 20082003-06 2007-10 2010-

SS Saum, Anna Schoeff, Sarah Siebner, Keren Skala, Ashley Stojanovska, Vesna Stowe, Elizabeth Sutton, Amy

2002-05 200820092002-03 2004-07 2005-08 2002-04

TT Trickett, Morgan

2010-

VV Vaner Wood, Melissa Vukmanic, Jill Walker, Allison Wallis, Moeka Weber, Alexis West, Dana Wood, Kathy Wright, Katie Wunderle, Mary

WW

2002 2002-05 2004-07 2002-05 20102004-07 2003 2005-08 2010-

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2005-08 2002-03 2009-

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