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quick facts

the university

Location Los Angeles, CA Founded 1911 Enrollment 8,300 Nickname Lions Colors crimson and navy National affiliation NCAA Division I Conference Pacific Coast Swimming Conference President Rev. Robert B. Lawton, S.J. Athletic Director Dr. William Husak

swimming staff

Head Coach: Bonnie Adair Alma mater UCLA ‘75, Loyola Law ‘81 Record at LMU 13-16 (4th season) Overall record 13-16 (4th season) Assistant Coach Clay Evans (8th season) Alma mater UCLA ‘76 Assistant Coach Joanne Reierson (3rd season) Alma mater Dartmouth ‘93 Swimming office phone 310-258-4685 Swimming office fax 310-338-3796

swimming facts

2005-06 dual record 2006 PCSC finish Letterwinners returning/lost Newcomers

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media relations

Assistant AD-Media Services John Shaffer Office phone: (310) 338-7643 Cell phone: (310) 864-2626 E-Mail: jshaffer@lmu.edu Swimming SID: Alissa Zito Office phone: (310) 338-7638 Cell phone: (310) 345-6997 E-Mail: azito@lmu.edu Assistant SID: Carolyn French Office phone: (310) 338-5798 Cell phone: (310)-261-8470 E-Mail: cfrench@lmu.edu SID office fax: (310) 338-2703 Hotline / tickets: (310) 338-LION Website: www.LMULions.com Mailing address: Athletic Media Relations Office Loyola Marymount University 1 LMU Drive - Gersten Pavilion Los Angeles, CA 90045-8235

credits The 2006-2007 Loyola Marymount swimming media guide is a product of the LMU Athletic Media Relations Office... Photography provided by Glenn Cratty, Jeff Golden, Dave Hill, Dirk Dewachter, Scott Cunningham, and Christian Peterson... Film and printing by West Coast Reproductions of Marina del Rey... Inside cover photos courtesy of the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau... Additional copies of this guide are available through the Athletic Media Relations Office for $10.00 each.

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inside LMU swimming quick facts/contents............................9 2006-07 season outlook ..................10 Head Coach Bonnie Adair ................12 assistant coaches ..............................13 2006-07 Lions ..................................14

swimming all-time pride all-time top-10 individuals ................23 all-time roster ..................................24 year-by-year results ..........................24

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BACK FOR MORE The Lions are focused on moving to the top of the Pacific Coast Swimming Conference. When the Lions return to the pool for a new season of competition, they will bring a roster full of returners and talented newcomers. Loyola Marymount swimming lost just one senior to graduation and will look to its 22 returners to help lead the Lions to a third consecutive top-5 finish at the PCSC Championships in February. 10 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 0 7

The Lions rewrote the record book in their 2005-06 campaign, en route to a fourth place finish at the PCSC Championship. The season featured eight new school records and four event titles. LMU finished fourth of 15 programs at the four-day conference championships. If the other programs had not gained points from the diving competi-


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tion, LMU would have finished in second place. The Lions do not field a diving squad. Loyola Marymount swimming started the 2005-06 PCSC Championship with a bang on the first day of competition, setting a new conference meet and school record in the 200 medley relay. Lauren Mathewson, Sarah Hamilton, Angela Samuels, and Katie Hicks teamed up to swim the relay in a first-place winning 1:45.11, smashing the previous conference meet record of 1:46.39 and the old LMU record of 1:47.31. The record-setting time left the Lions about a second ahead of conference-favorite UC San Diego and gave LMU a great jump early at the PCSC Championship. Many of the Lions' conference highlights came on Friday of the PCSC Championship. Hamilton (1:04.80 - new LMU record) and Mathewson (55.95 new LMU record) gave the Lions two individual event conference titles when they won the 100 breaststroke and the 100 backstroke. Mathewson's time of 55.95 in the 100 back qualified her among the NCAA Championship "B" consideration standards. This marked the first time an LMU swimmer has qualified for NCAA Championship consideration. At the time of the PCSC Championship, her time ranked as the 38th best time in the nation. Joining Hamilton in the 100 breast finals were Samuels and Morgan Finley, marking the first time LMU placed three swimmers in a conference final. Samuels finished sixth and Finley was eighth. Hicks continued her success on Saturday of the championship, winning the conference title in the 100 freestyle with a time of 51.11. That time set a

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new LMU record and ranked 80th in the nation in that event in February. Mathewson, Hamilton, Samuels, Hicks, and Finley all return to lead the Lions in 2006-07. Head Coach Bonnie Adair also returns for her fourth season at the helm of the LMU program. In her two seasons as a full-time head coach, Adair coached the Lions from a 10th place finish at the PCSC Championship in 2003 to the LMU-best third and fourth place finishes in 2004 and 2005. Adair will once again be assisted by Clay Evans and Joanne Reierson. The coaching staff has planned for a challenging home schedule, beginning with November 11th's LMU Pentathlon. The Pentathlon, now in its third year, features three competitions in the short IM, long IM, and freestyle events. The home schedule continues in December and January with Northern Arizona, Alaska-Fairbanks, and Pepperdine all visiting Burns Aquatic Center. But first, the Lions begin the 2006-07 campaign on the road, taking on San Diego State Saturday, October 13, before heading to the Malibu Invitational October 28.


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bonnieadair Head Coach Fourth Season UCLA ‘76, LLS ‘81 After becoming the first full-time women’s swimming coach at LMU, Bonnie Adair enters her fourth season with the Lions. Adair joined the LMU program in 200203 with a 35-year background in swimming. In her first season as a full-time head coach, Adair added 17 newcomers to the program’s roster, which doubled the team’s size and jump-started the new era of LMU swimming. Now in her fourth season at the helm of the Lions’ swimming program, Adair has turned LMU into a contender for the Pacific Coast Swimming Conference Championship. The Lions finished a program-best third in the conference in 2005 and set 16 of 19 school records in a history-making season. LMU also earned its first two conference event titles in 2005, winning both the 200 medley relay (Lauren Mathewson, Morgan Finley, Angela Samuels, Katie Hicks) and the 100 backstroke (Mathewson). The 2005-06 Lions added four more PCSC titles last February, winning the 200 medley relay (Mathewson, Sarah Hamilton, Samuels, Hicks), the 100 freestyle (Hicks), the 100 breaststroke (Hamilton), and the 100 backstroke (Mathewson). LMU posted a dual record of 9-5, the second straight winning season under Adair. It was LMU’s all-time best dual record.

SWIMMING During her own 13-year swimming career, she set 35 National Age Group records including a 50m freestyle record that stood for 29 years. Competing in 12 National Championships (her first at age 13) and two Olympic Trials, Adair become a National finalist in the 100 free and 100 fly and a member of a 400-meter medley relay that established four American records. She attended UCLA as an undergraduate and then Loyola Law School. During law school, Adair was the assistant coach of the UCLA women's swim team and also coached the Team Santa Monica age group team. In 1979, Adair, along with current LMU assistant Clay Evans, created the Santa Monica Masters Swim Team, which later became SCAQ - now the largest Masters program in the United States with over 900 active members. In their 30 years coaching together, its estimated that Adair and Evans have coached or instructed 20,000 Los Angeles-area swimmers. Between 1985-1994, Adair came out of swimming retirement to compete in several Masters National Championships and World Games and set national and world records in the freestyle sprint events and 100 and 200 IMs. She has contributed swimming articles to SWIM Magazine and Fitness Swimmer Magazine and was honored as the United States Masters Coach of the Year in 1997. From 1996-1999, Adair was the head coach of the men's and women's swimming teams at Santa Monica College, where she earned the Western State Conference Woman's Coach of the Year award in 1997. In 1998, her women’s team tied for the conference title and placed sixth in the state. Her men’s team also earned a sixth place finish. Adair currently resides in West Los Angeles.

ADAIR’s LMU HIGHLIGHTS Best PCSC Finish: third (2005) Best LMU Dual Record: 9-5 (2005-06) PCSC Event Titles: 200 medley relay (2005, 2006), 100 backstroke (2005, 2006), 100 freestyle (2006), 100 breaststroke (2006) COACHES BONNIE ADAIR & CLAY EVANS


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clayevans Assistant Coach Eighth Season UCLA ‘76 Clay Evans is in his eighth season as an assistant swimming coach at Loyola Marymount University. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Lions’ program with his career as a competitive swimmer. Evans made an appearance in the 1972 Munich Games, and won a silver medal in the 1976 Montreal Olympics. He studied at UCLA, where he was a four-time All-American swimmer. He has broken over 40 Masters National and World Records. In 1979, Evans co-founded the Southern California Aquatics Masters (SCAQ) - the largest masters swim club in the United States. He was awarded the 1993 U.S. Masters Coach of the Year from the Masters Aquatics Association. In their 30 years coaching together, its estimated that Evans and LMU Head Coach Bonnie Adair have coached or instructed 20,000 Los Angeles-area swimmers.

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joannereierson Assistant Coach Third Season Dartmouth ‘93 Joanne Reierson is in her third season as an assistant coach at LMU working with the distance freestylers and breaststroke specialists. Reierson grew up in Indianapolis, Ind., and started swimming breaststroke and IM in high school. Much to her dismay, her coach entered her in the 500 as a junior, and so began her distance freestyle specialty. Reierson swam at Dartmouth College, where she majored in economics and math, and was captain her senior year. After graduating in 1993, she moved to New York City, where she joined the Asphalt Green Masters team and met her husband, Lars. They lived in Singapore for three years before moving to L.A. in 1998 and joining the SCAQ Masters. There, Reierson met LMU coaches Adair and Evans. Reierson has competed at the Masters short course national championships off and on for the last nine years. National titles include the 50 breast in 1994, and the 1000 free in 2002, where she swam a personal best. The Reiersons welcomed their first child, Nils, in September of 2005.

BURNS RECREATION AND AQUATICS CENTER The Loyola Marymount athletic department welcomed the Burns Recreation and Aquatics Center to its family of sports facilities in August of 2000. The Olympic-size pool is part of the $20 million Burns Recreation Center and serves as the home venue for men’s and women’s water polo, as well as LMU swimming. Showing that it is one of the finest facilities in the country, LMU hosted the NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championship on December 7-8, 2002. Both days of the event were sold out with a crowd of over 2,600 for the championship. The NCAA granted LMU the event again for the 2006 championship. One of the premier aquatics facilities in Southern California, the Burns Recreation Center pool is heated and features an advanced deck-level drainage system. There are separate locker rooms for home and visiting teams, as well as office space and meeting rooms for the LMU aquatics coaching staff. Adjacent to the pool is permanent bleacher seating with a normal capacity for 800 fans. Added to the facility in the fall of 2001 was a state-of-the-art scoreboard. The scoreboard from Colorado Timing Systems features scoring systems for both water polo and swimming, including touch-pad timing for eight swim lanes. The fully digital system includes matrix and video capabilities and was installed thanks to the donations of Albert Gersten. In addition, a new audio system was installed prior to the start of the 2002 swimming season. New to the aquatic center this year is a recreational lawn picnic area complete with berm seating.


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5-4 SO-1V backstroke Cody HS Cody, WY Briefly... Nicole Alvarado is in her second season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... recorded a personal best in the 200 IM at the PCSC Championship... was a backstroke specialist who added depth to the Lions’ roster... High School... a 2004 graduate of Cody High School in Cody, Wyo... was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Don Brinkman... served as captain for two seasons and was named All-Northern Wyoming Conference as a junior... Personal... Nicole Jane Alvarado was born August 26, 1986, in Los Angeles... daughter of Maureen and Frank Alvarado... a political science major.

5-8 JR-2V freestyle Paradise Valley, AZ Xavier Prep Briefly... Maggie Brophy is in her third season with LMU... is studying abroad for the fall semester, but will return to the Lions in the spring... At LMU... 2006... continued as LMU's top mid-distance freestyler, securing victories in 200, 500, and 1000 yard events throughout the season... claimed a critical double victory in the 500 and 1000 yard freestyle events against San Diego, helping the Lions to their second consecutive dual meet victory over the Toreros... placed fifth at the PCSC Championship in the 500 freestyle and won the consolation final in the 200 freestyle with a personal best time and then-new LMU program record... also placed 10th in the 100 freestyle at the PCSC Championship and swam on the third place 400 and 800 yard freestyle relays... repeated as the winner of the freestyle title at the LMU Pentathlon against CSUN and Pepperdine... 2005... had an impressive freshman year, setting school records in the 200, 500, and 1000 freestyle... went undefeated in the 200 freestyle in dual meet competition and placed sixth at the PCSC Championship in that event... also placed fourth at the PCSC Championship in the 500 freestyle with a new school record of 5:05.96 and won the consolation heat, placing ninth in the 100 freestyle with a personal best time of 53.38... won the freestyle title at the LMU Pentathlon... High School... a 2004 graduate of Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix... was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Jeff Seaquist... served as captain and was an all-state selection as a senior... Personal... Margaret Moore Brophy was born April 21, 1986, in Phoenix... daughter of Lorraine and Stephen Brophy... father swam for Arizona... has one sister, Clare... a history major.

Nicole Boston 5-7 SR-3V freestyle Riley HS South Bend, IN Briefly... Nicole Boston enters her fourth season of swimming... At LMU... 2006... struggled with a shoulder injury, but finished strong at the PCSC Championship with near-personal best times in the 100 breaststroke and 50 freestyle... finished second in the 400 free against Cal Poly and Northern Colorado... 2005... continued as a sprint freestyle specialist, but added the 100 and 200 breaststroke events and established personal best times in both events at the PCSC Championship... voted "most supportive" by her teammates... 2004... swam the 50 and 100 freestyle for the Lions... High School... a 2003 graduate of James W. Riley High School in South Bend, Ind... earned four varsity letters in swimming and a combined five in cross country and track... served as team captain in each sport... earned all-area and all-conference in swimming and cross country... swimming coaches were Mike Luber, Jeanne Troyer, and Anna Rossi... Personal... Nicole Michele Boston was born on June 1, 1985... daughter of Nan Boston... has one sister, Jessica... a biochemistry major.

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2006-2007 winner for coach John Paul Brown... was an Oklahoma City All-City selection her junior and senior seasons... was a four-time All-Southern Prep Conference selection... Personal... Alexandra Grace Cook was born March 2, 1988, in Oklahoma City... daughter of Edward and Nancy Cook... father played volleyball for USC... has one younger sister, Jessica... a biology major.

Diana DeCesare 5-9 SO-1V distance free/IM St. Francis HS Mountain View, CA Briefly... Diana DeCesare is in her second season with LMU swimming... At LMU... 2006... scored valuable points in the distance freestyle events throughout the season including a critical third place victory in the 1000 freestyle against Pepperdine, contributing to LMU's third straight victory over the Waves... won the 1000 free and 400 free relay at Alaska-Fairbanks... High School... a 2004 graduate of St. Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner... swam with LMU teammate Danielle Garcia... Personal... Diana Marie DeCesare was born in January 20, 1986, in Los Gatos, Calif... daughter of Patty and Ken DeCesare... has one brother, Daniel... an athletic training major.

Justine Elgas 5-3 SO-1V breaststroke Granite Hills HS San Diego, CA Briefly... Justine Elgas is in her second season with LMU swimming... At LMU... 2006... breaststroke specialist who added depth to LMU’s breaststroke and backstroke events... placed third in a 1-2-3 LMU sweep of the 100 breaststroke in LMU’s second straight dual meet victory over Pepperdine... also contributed valuable points in dual meets against Cal Poly, Northern Colorado, CSUN and USD... High School... a 2005 graduate of Granite Hills High School in El Cajon, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner in swimming for coaches Cathy Elgas and Rhett Gaeir and a three-year letterwinner in water polo... was a four-time All-CIF and All-Grossmont South selection... on the Grossmont Conference record-setting 200 medley relay team... was named Granite Hills Female Athlete of the Year all four years... Personal... Justine Kandelin Elgas was born February 7, 1987,

SWIMMING in San Diego... daughter of Cathy and Gary Elgas... mother was a swimmer at San Diego State and coaches at Granite Hills High School... has one sister, Ashley, who swims for UC Davis, and one brother, Alex... a sociology major.

Kristina Fernandez 5-7 SO-RS sprint free Mira Costa HS Manhattan Beach, CA Briefly... Kristina Fernandez is in her first season with swimming... will play her third season with LMU water polo this spring... At LMU... 2006... played in eight games for the Lions with one goal on the season... 2005... played in six games with three shot attempts and a goal against Chapman... High School... a 2006 graduate of Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, Calif... a three-year letter winner for Coach Bartlett... was captain of her team her senior year... also played water polo, earning three varsity letters... Personal... Kristina Marie Fernandez was born on May 10, 1986, in Los Angeles...daughter of Susan Stelter and Santiago Fernandez... has an older brother, Mike...an English major.

Morgan Finley 5-6 SR-3V breaststroke Desert Vista HS Phoenix, AZ Briefly... Morgan Finley is in her fourth season on the LMU swim team... At LMU... 2006... posted her best and most consistent season as a Lion, winning her specialty 200 breaststroke against Cal State Northridge, Pepperdine, Northern Colorado and Claremont McKenna... placed in the top-8 in both breaststroke events at the PCSC Championship, taking fifth in the 200 and eighth in the 100... also placed 17th in the 200 IM with a personal best time... 2005... set the school record in the 200 breaststroke, earning sixth place at the PCSC Championship with a time of 2:25.07... also won the PCSC consolation title in the 100 breaststroke with a personal best time of 1:07.43... was a member of the school record-setting 200 medley relay team (1:47.31) that took first place at the PCSC Championship... also a member of the 400 medley relay team that was the first team in LMU history to finish under the four minute mark with a 3:58.04 race in the double dual meet against LMU SWIMMING 1 5


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2006-2007 Pepperdine and SDSU... 2004... scored points for LMU at the PCSC Championship by placing 15th in the 200 breast with a then-personal best time of 2:26.93 and placing 17th in the 100 breast with a 1:07.85... swam the breaststroke leg of the 200 and 400 medley relays throughout the season scoring victories over USD, Pepperdine, Fresno State, and Cal Poly... helped establish new program records in the 200 medley relay with a 1:49.75 mark at the PCSC Championship and by upsetting USD in a dual meet in the 400 medley relay with a then-program record-setting time of 4:01.34... High School... a 2003 graduate of Desert Vista High School in Phoenix... earned varsity letters all four years... was team captain both junior and senior year... earned all-city all four years... took seventh at state in the 100 breast... coached by Steve Shaffer... Personal... Morgan Anne Finley was born on April 4, 1985 in Chandler, Ariz... daughter of Michael and Jacqueline Finley... has two sisters, Emma and Molly... an English major.

Danielle Garcia 5-6 SO-1V freestyle St. Francis HS Santa Cruz, CA Briefly... Danielle Garcia is in her second season with LMU swimming... At LMU... 2006... was a strong freestyle specialist for the Lions in the 100 and 200 events, scoring 17th and 10th respectively at the PCSC Championship... was also a member of the school record-setting 400 freestyle relay which placed third at the PCSC Championship... High School... a 2005 graduate of Saint Francis High School in Mountain View, Calif... served as team captain her senior season for Coach Dave Knochenhauel... Personal... Danielle Amanda Garcia was born March 12, 1987, in Santa Cruz, Calif... daughter of Olivia and Henry Garcia... has two sisters, Stacey and Amber... a communication studies major.

Alyssa Geraghty 5-8 JR-2V breaststroke Placer HS Auburn, CA Briefly... Alyssa Geraghty is in her third season with LMU swimming... At LMU... 2006... scored throughout the season in her breaststroke and IM specialties, including critical third 16 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 0 7

SWIMMING place victories in the 200 breaststroke against Pepperdine and Cal Poly... scored at the PCSC Championships, placing 18th in both the 200 breaststroke and 400 IM... 2005... swam primarily breaststroke and IM events, earning points for the Lions throughout the dual meet season... finished 17th place in the 400 IM and 19th place in the 200 breaststroke at the PCSC Championship, helping the Lions to a third place finish in team standings... High School... a 2004 graduate of Placer High School in Auburn, Calif... was a two-time All-Sierra Foothill League selection for Coach Ron Buda... also a state championship qualifier in skiing her freshman year... Personal... Alyssa Anne Geraghty was born December 10, 1985, in Glendale, Calif... daughter of Linda and John Geraghty... has one sister, Laura... an accounting major.

Gillian Ghazal 5-4 SO-1V fly Clovis West HS Fresno, CA Briefly... Gillian Ghazal is in her second season with LMU swimming... At LMU... 2006... butterfly specialist who scored throughout the season in the 100 and 200 butterfly events... placed second in the 100 and third in the 200 butterfly in the Lions’ second straight dual meet victory over Pepperdine... also placed third and second respectively in the same events at Alaska-Fairbanks and fourth in the 100 butterfly against USD, contributing to the Lions victory over the Toreros... High School... a 2005 graduate of Clovis West High School... was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Steve Baxter... was an All-Fresno League selection her sophomore season... Personal... Gillian Teal Ghazal was born September 4, 1987, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada... daughter of Ylva Ghazal... brother Elan swam and rowed for Amherst... a business administration major.

Christine Gore 5-7 JR-3V freestyle Rosary HS Fullerton, CA Briefly... Christine Gore is in her third season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... is the current LMU record holder in the 800 free relay... scored in the distance freestyle events throughout the season, including a critical second place finish in the 200 free with a personal


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2006-2007 best time of 1:57.52 against CSUN... placed in all three of her events at the PCSC Championship, finishing 14th in the 500 freestyle, 22nd in the 1650 freestyle, and 23rd in the 200 freestyle... was also a member of LMU's third place 800 freestyle relay at the PCSC Championship... 2005... voted "most improved" by teammates... scored in all three freestyle events at the PCSC Championship, placing 11th in the 1650 freestyle, 22nd in the 200 freestyle and 18th in the 500 freestyle... High School... a 2004 graduate of Rosary High School in Fullerton, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner and captain of her season squad under Coach Kevin Perry... also was a CIF DI qualifier in the 200 and 500 freestyle... Personal... Christine Anne Gore was born July 17, 1986, in Washington, D.C... daughter of Ann and Rufus Gore... has two brothers, John and Mike, and one sister, Kathleen... a natural science major.

Julia Hall 5-9 SO-1V dist. free Bella Vista HS Fair Oaks, CA Briefly... Julia Hall is in her second season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... started the season strong in her specialty distance events, winning the 1000 free with a time of 11:01.69 against Seattle... won the 1650 yard free at Alaska-Fairbanks... dropped her 1000 free time to a 10:54.2 in dual meet against San Jose State, becoming the second-fastest time in LMU's all-time record book... was sidelined most of January, but still placed 20th at the PCSC Championship in the 1650 freestyle... High School... a 2005 graduate of Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks, Calif... served as team captain her senior season for Coach Jason Bain... Personal... Julia Danielle Hall was born August 2, 1986, in Carmichael, Calif... daughter of Patricia and Stephen Hall... has one sister, Jenny, who swims at UCLA... a business administration major.

Sarah Hamilton 5-10 JR-2V breast/IM Santa Margarita HS Irvine, CA Briefly... Sarah Hamilton is in her second season with swimming and will play her third season with LMU water polo... At LMU... 2006... joined the Lions' swim-

SWIMMING ming program in her junior academic year while continuing as a starter on the water polo team... improved in the 100 breaststroke event throughout the season, claiming critical victories in January dual meets against Pepperdine, Northern Colorado, Cal State Northridge and Cal Poly... established a new program record with her 100 breast victory over Pepperdine and then shattered her own record at the PCSC Championship, winning the event in a 1:04.80... also placed 10th in the 200 IM with a personal best time... was a member of the PCSC-winning 200 medley relay that established new PCSC and LMU records... also swam the breaststroke leg in the 400 medley relay that shattered the existing school record by over eight seconds while placing second at the PCSC Championship... 2005... completed the regular season playing in all 34 games with 14 goals on 47 attempts... added 13 steals and five assists on the season... scored three goals in the WWPA tournament, one in each game... had two goals in win over 12th-ranked Michigan (2-24-04)... 2004... played in all 31 games as a freshman... scored 22 goals... had a goal in the win over Stanford (5/8/04) during the NCAA Championship... scored three goals in the WWPAs, including one in the title game... had two games with a hat-trick, the first against Redlands (2/14/04) and the other against UC Davis (3/31/04)... High School... graduated from Santa Margarita High School... was a four-year letterwinner in both swimming and water polo, earning four letters at Irvine High and then four more at Santa Margarita her last two seasons... earned all-league (Sea View and Serra) and All-CIF Division I honors all four years in both sports... was a national youth team member in 2001 and 2002 in water polo... was a member of the 2001 national relay record-breaking team in the 200-meter medley relay... advanced to the CIF finals in the 100-meter breaststroke all four yearsl... was two-time Serra League Swimmer of the Year... Personal... Sarah Elizabeth Hamilton was born January 10, 1985, in Santa Ana, Calif... the daughter of Mary and Erik Hamilton... has two brothers, Peter and Caleb, who is on the water polo national development team... father played football at UC Irvine... an English major.

Katie Hicks 5-10 SR-2V sprint free San Luis Obispo HS San Luis Obispo, CA Briefly... Katie Hicks is in her third season with swimming... also plays water polo for LMU... At LMU... 2006... won the PCSC title in the 100 LMU SWIMMING 1 7


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2006-2007 freestyle, establishing a new school record of 51.16... was PCSC runner-up in the 50 freestyle... also set a new school record in the 200 freestyle, taking third place at the PCSC Championship... swam the freestyle leg on the conference-winning 200 medley relay that established a new PCSC and LMU program record... also anchored the 400 medley relay that shattered the existing school record by eight seconds while placing second at the PCSC Championships... continued her undefeated streak in sprint freestyle events in dual meet competition, winning the 50 and 100 freestyles throughout the season including critical victories over WCC-rival schools Pepperdine and San Diego... also had dual meet victories in the 200 freestyle, 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke and 200 IM events... was the winner of the Sprint Medley Event at the LMU Pentathlon... 2005... went undefeated in all dual meet freestyle sprint events... set program records in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle events, placing third in both the 50 (23.62) and 100 (51.67), and fourth in the 200 (1:54.35) at the PCSC Championship... member of the winning 200 medley relay team at the PCSC Championship with a time of 1:47.31... scored four first-place wins in LMU's first-ever dual wins over San Diego and Pepperdine... was named the high-point sprinter at the Malibu Invitational... High School... a 2002 graduate of San Luis Obispo High School in San Luis Obispo, Calif... was a three sport athlete, earning letters in water polo, swimming, and volleyball... was a four-time All-CIF selection in water polo... named an honorable mention All-American her junior season in swimming for Coach Rick Ernstrom... was a volleyball All-CIF selection her senior season... Personal... Katie D. Hicks was born October 4, 1984, in San Luis Obispo, Calif... daughter of Susan and Stephen Hicks... has two sisters, Stephanie and Christie... a studio arts major.

Mallorie Lim 5-3 FR-HS fly/sprint free Iolani School Honolulu, HI Briefly... Mallorie Lim is in her first season with LMU... High School... a 2006 graduate of Iolani School in Honolulu... a three-time All-American for Coach Brian Lee... was captain of her team as a senior... Personal... Mallorie C. Lim was born November 13, 1987, in Honolulu... daughter of Victor and Anita Lim... has two younger brothers, Michael and Vincent... an undeclared liberal arts major. 18 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 0 7

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Amanda Luciano 5-4 SR-3V back/sprint free Laguna Hills HS Laguna Hills, CA Briefly... Amanda Luciano enters her fourth season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... finished second in the 100 backstroke with a time of 1:04.98 and won the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:51.37 against CSUN... was the backstroke leg on `B' medley relays that took critical third place victories in wins over WCC rivals Pepperdine and San Diego... achieved a personal best time of 1:02.56 in the 100 backstroke at the the PCSC Championship to move into ninth in the event's top-10 in the LMU all-time record book... 2005... was sidelined with a chronic back injury, but still managed some fast relay swims... was a member of the winning 400 freestyle relay team in LMU's first-ever dual win over San Diego... swam the 100 backstroke event for the first time and placed 18th at the PCSC Championship... 2004... scored valuable points throughout the season in the sprint freestyle events and was the anchor on LMU's 200 and 400 medley relays... took 14th in the 50 freestyle at the PCSC Championship, finishing in 24.88... also placed 18th in the 100 breaststroke with a personal best time of 1:08.45 and 19th in the 100 free with a 54.75... High School... a 2003 graduate of Laguna Hills High School in Laguna Hills, Calif... earned varsity letters all four years... was a CIF qualifier and finalist all four years... set the school record in the 50 yard freestyle (25.11)... coached by Blake Corbin... Personal... Amanda Adams Luciano was born on August 11, 1985, in Manila, Philippines... daughter of Jose and Gayle Luciano... a psychology major.

Kristen Lutjen 5-9 FR-HS back/IM/free Jesuit High School Portland, OR Briefly... Kristen Lutjen is in her first season with LMU... High School... a 2006 graduate of Jesuit High School in Portland, Ore... earned four varsity letters for Coach Stoddart Smith... Personal... Kristen Ruth Lutjen was born February 25, 1988, in Portland, Ore... daughter of David and Reiko Lutjen... has an older brother, Matt... a business administration major.


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Liz Magura 5-11 JR-2V IM/free Xavier Prep Phoenix, AZ Briefly... Liz Magura is in her third season with LMU... will serve as team captain... At LMU... 2006... continued to be one of the Lions' most versatile swimmers, scoring points throughout the season in eight of 12 events, including three critical second place swims in the 100 breast, 100 free, and 200 IM against Cal Poly and Northern Colorado... in her IM specialty, she finished seventh at the PCSC Championship and 10th in the 200 IM... was also ninth in the 100 freestyle, winning the consolation final.... was a member of the school record-setting 400 freestyle relay, the 800 freestyle relay and the 200 freestyle relay, all of which placed third at the PCSC Championship... 2005... was the Lions' most versatile swimmer, capturing dual meet victories in IM, butterfly, breaststroke, and freestyle events... set the school record in the 400 IM and captured sixth place at the PCSC Championship with a time of 4:37.43... also placed second in the 200 IM at the PCSC Championship ... broke the then-existing program record in the 200 free as the lead-off swimmer on the Lions' record-setting 800 free relay team that finished in second place with a time of 7:42.68 at the PCSC Championship... led off the 200 and 400 freestyle relays which also broke the existing program records... claimed the distance crown at the Malibu Invitational... finished second in the long medley competition at the LMU Pentathlon... High School... a 2004 graduate of Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix... was a fouryear letterwinner and captain of her senior squad for Coach Jeff Seaquist... Personal... Elizabeth Shartel Magura was born May 28, 1986, in Phoenix... daughter of Mary and John Magura... has one sister, Emma... a studio arts major.

Lauren Mathewson 5-4 SR-3V backstroke Canyon HS Anaheim, CA Briefly... Lauren Mathewson enters her fourth season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... continued her undefeated streak in the 100 and 200 backstroke events in dual meet competition throughout the season and set new school records

SWIMMING in both events at the PCSC Championship... defended her 100 backstroke PCSC title and became the first Lion in program history to make a NCAA Division I `B' qualifying cut with a time of 55.95... took third place in the 50 freestyle at the conference championship and led off the conference-winning 200 medley relay that established a new PCSC and LMU program record... also led off the 400 medley and 400 freestyle relays that shattered existing school records while placing second and third at the PCSC Championship... set a new program record in the 200 backstroke while winning the consolation final in a time of 2:08.86... 2005... became LMU's first-ever conference champion by winning the 100 backstroke in a school record time of 56.36 at the PCSC Championship... set the school record in the 200 backstroke at the PCSC Championship, finishing in third place with a time of 2:09.17... led off the school record-setting 200 medley relay team that won LMU's first-ever PCSC title with a time of 1:47.31... went undefeated in all dual meet backstroke events... also a member of LMU's 200 and 400 freestyle relays that established new program records... won a combined seven events in LMU's first-ever wins over USD and Pepperdine... 2004... gave LMU its thenhighest event finish in the program history at the PCSC Championship with a second place finish in the 100-yard backstroke in a program-record time of 57.25... also finished 15th in the 50-yard freestyle with a 24.91 and 18th in the 100 yard freestyle with a 54.37... High School... a 2003 graduate of Canyon High School in Anaheim, Calif... earned varsity letters all four years in swimming and water polo... was captain her senior year... a two-time All-American for Coach Steve Anderson... earned all-league honors all four years... Personal... Lauren Ashley Mathewson was born on January 2, 1985, in Yorba Linda, Calif... daughter of Roger and Sharon Mathewson... has one sister, Courtney... major is liberal studies with an emphasis in sociology.

Tiffany Matthews 5-7 JR-2V back/free University HS Irvine, CA Briefly... Tiffany Matthews is in her third season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... won the 200 backstroke with a personal best time of 2:17.32 against Cal State Northridge, which moved her into ninth on the event's top-10 list in the all-time LMU record book... 2005... contributed to the Lions' third place team victory at the PCSC Championship by scoring LMU SWIMMING 1 9


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2006-2007 in three individual events, earning 16th place in the 200 free, 19th in the 200 backstroke, and 23rd in the 500 free... High School... a 2004 graduate of University High School in Irvine, Calif... a four-time CIF qualifier for the 2001-2002 Pacific Coast League Champions... Personal... Tiffany Mei-Ju Matthews was born February 21, 1986, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada... daughter of Frances Chiang and Warren Matthews... father played hockey for York University... has one sister, Ashley... a business administration major.

Kim McKay 5-5 JR-2V dist. free Corona Del Mar HS Newport Beach, CA Briefly... Kim McKay is in her third season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... was the Lions' long distance high point winner at the Malibu Invitational after winning the 200 IM... finished second in the 200 fly and 500 free and won the 200 medley relay against Cal Poly and Northern Colorado... won the 200 medley relay and the 200 backstroke against Pepperdine... won the 200 backstroke against Cal State Northridge... also won the 100 butterfly at Alaska-Fairbanks... scored in all three of her events at the PCSC Championship, placing 16th in the 200 backstroke, 18th in the 100 butterfly, and 21st in the 100 backstroke... 2005... finished eighth at the PCSC Championship in the 200 backstroke with a personal-best time of 2:12.88... also finished ninth in the 100 backstroke and 10th in the 500 freestyle... High School... a 2004 graduate of Corona Del Mar High School in Newport Beach, Calif... was a Division II All-CIF selection as a senior and received All-Pacific Coast League recognition her junior and senior seasons for Coach Doug Volding... Personal... Kimberly Ann McKay was born January 3, 1986, in Newport Beach, Calif... daughter of Diane and Kenneth McKay... has two sisters, Kristy and Heather... a business administration major.

Sierra Misquez 5-7 SO-1V srint free/fly El Camino Fundamental Sacramento, CA Briefly... Sierra Misquez is in her second season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... finished second in the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:54.34 against Cal Poly 20 2 0 0 6 - 2 0 0 7

SWIMMING and Northern Colorado... High School... a 2005 graduate of El Camino Fundamental in Sacramento, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Jeremy Cullifer... was an All-Capital Athletic League selection as a junior... was selected as team MVP her junior season... also played four years of water polo, averaging nine blocks a game as the goalie... Personal... Sierra Marie Misquez was born February 15, 1987, in Sacramento, Calif... daughter of Debra and Barry Misquez... a biology major.

Katie Mistry 5-2 FR-HS butterfly PV Peninsula HS Palos Verdes Estates, CA Briefly... Katie Mistry is in her first season with LMU swimming... High School... a 2006 graduate of Palos Verdes Peninsula High School in Rolling Hills Estates, Calif... earned four varsity letters for Coach Jill Juliano... served as captain as a senior... Personal... Katherine Ann Mistry was born August 8, 1988, in Santa Monica, Calif...daughter of Marzi and Maria Mistry... has two younger sisters, Amy and Isabella...a business administration major.

Trinity O’Neill 5-7 FR-HS IM/fly Setor Home Study Monrovia, CA Briefly... Trinity O'Neill is in her first season with LMU swimming... High School... a 2006 graduate of Seton Home Study School in Front Royal, Va... swam for the Claremont Club and Coach John Ries... a twotime USA Swimming Scholastic All-American... member on nationally-ranked 800m free relay... Personal... Trinity Michelle O'Neill was born November 19, 1987, in Glendale, Calif... daughter of John and Christine O'Neill... father played water polo for Cal State LA... is the oldest of seven children... has three sisters, Olivia, Agna, and Jenna, and three brothers, Joseph, Gregory, and Timothy... a history major.


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Rebecca Plume

Alicia Royal

5-6 SO-1V freestyle Burlingame HS Burlingame, CA Briefly... Rebecca Plume is in her second season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... won critical victories in the 1000 free with a time of 10:57.48 against Cal Poly and Northern Colorado... also won the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:17.16 in the Lions' second straight victory over Pepperdine... placed 11th in the 200 freestyle at the PCSC Championship, earning the fifth-fastest time on LMU's all-time top-10 individuals list... also placed 12th in the 1650 at the PCSC Championship, swimming the event for the first time and becoming the all-time second-fastest Lion in that event... High School... a 2005 graduate of Burlingame High School in Burlingame, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Chris Culp... was a three-time All-CIF selection... Personal... Rebecca Kelly Plume was born December 13, 1986, in Burlingame, Calif... daughter of Beth and Rick Plume... has two sisters, Elizabeth and Olivia, and one brother, Joseph... sister Elizabeth is also a swimming student athlete... a business administration major.

5-4 JR-2V butterfly Chaparral HS Scottsdale, AZ Briefly... Alicia Royal is in her third season with LMU... will serve as team captain... At LMU... 2006... finished second in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:17.06 against Pepperdine... won the 200 butterfly at Alaska-Fairbanks... swam a personal-best in the 200 butterfly, finishing 18th with a time of 2:15.20 at the PCSC Championship, good for seventh on LMU's all-time top-10 individuals list... also scored at the PCSC Championship in the 100 backstroke, placing 23rd... 2005... contributed valuable points to the Lions' third place team victory at the PCSC Championship by placing 14th in the 100 backstoke, 15th in the 200 butterfly and 22nd in the 100 butterfly... started the season with two first place finishes in the 200 butterfly and 200 backstroke in dual meet victory over Cal Poly... helped defeat San Diego for the first time in LMU history by contributing a third place finish in the 200 butterfly and a fourth place finish in the 100 butterfly... High School... a 2004 graduate of Chaparral High School in Scottsdale, Ariz... was an all-state selection... also named to the NISCA All-America Interscholastic team... Personal... Alicia Christine Royal was born October 4, 1985, in Phoenix... daughter of Darcy and Robert Royal... father played baseball for Grandview College (Iowa)... has a brother, Bryan... a communication studies major.

Morgan Ridgeway 5-6 SO-1V distance free Garces Memorial Bakersfield, CA Briefly... Morgan Ridgeway is in her second season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... earned spots on LMU's alltime top-10 individuals list in the 100 freestyle (ninth) and the 1650 freestyle (sixth)... scored fifth in the 1000 freestyle in dual meets against WCC rivals Pepperdine and San Diego, contributing to victories over both for the second straight year... High School... a 2005 graduate of Garces Memorial High School in Bakersfield, Calif... was a three-year letterwinner for Coach Billy Potter... earned all-league and all-conference selections three seasons... Personal... Morgan Kimberly Ridgeway was born December 26, 1986, in Bakersfield, Calif... daughter of Myra and Gary Ridgeway... father played football for Long Beach State... an English major.

Angela Samuels 5-4 JR-2V butterfly Villa Park HS Villa Park, CA Briefly... Angela Samuels is in her third season with LMU... At LMU... 2006... quickly recovered from shoulder surgery last spring to again lead the Lion butterfliers throughout the dual meet season... claimed a critical victory in the 200 fly against Pepperdine that helped the Lions secure their second straight dual meet victory... scored in the top-8 at the PCSC Championship in all three of her events, placing seventh in the 200 IM, sixth in the 100 breast, and eighth in the 200 fly... was a member of the PCSC-winning 200 medley relay that established new PCSC and LMU LMU SWIMMING 2 1


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records... also swam the breaststroke leg in the 400 medley relay that shattered the existing program record by eight seconds while placing second at the PCSC Championship... 2005... established three new school records at the PCSC Championship finishing third in the 100 breaststroke (1:07.09), fourth in the 200 butterfly (2:10.54), and fourth in the 100 butterfly (57.63) with all personal best times... was a member of the title-winning 200 medley relay team that finished with a school record time of 1:47.31 at the PCSC Championship... also was a member of the 200 freestyle relay which broke school record... was a member of the 400 medley relay team that was the first team in LMU history to finish under the four minute mark with a 3:58.04 race in the double dual meet against Pepperdine and SDSU... was the short medley competition winner at the LMU Pentathlon... High School... a 2004 graduate of Villa Park High School in Villa Park, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner for Coaches John Carsiage and Stephen Joly... Personal... Angela Roxanne Kugler Samuels was born May 4, 1986, in San Leandro, Calif... daughter of Elizabeth Kugler and Martin Samuels... mother played softball for California and UC Davis... has two brothers, Albert and Josh... a business administration major.

6-4 SO-RS back/sprint free Mira Costa HS Manhattan Beach, CA Briefly... Alex Wike is in her first season with swimming... will play her third year with LMU water polo this spring... At LMU... 2006... played in 26 games with eight goals and 15 steals for the Lions... 2005... played in 26 games with 11 goals... High School... a 2004 graduate of Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, Calif... a league champion in the 50 free and 200 medley relay for Coach Bartlett... was captain her senior year... in water polo, was an all-city, all-area, and all-league selection as a junior and senior... was also a twotime All-CIF team selection... named to the 200203 and 2003-04 Daily Breeze All-Area Team... Personal... Alexandra Elizabeth Wike was born March 14, 1986, in Torrance, Calif... daughter of Lawrence and Jane Wike... father rowed for Long Beach State... has an older brother, Andrew... a psychology major.

Melanie Tansuwan

Alicia Witter

Briefly... Melanie Tansuwan is in her first season with LMU... High School... a 2006 graduate of Saint Frances High School in Mountain View, Calif... a letterwinner for Coach Knochenhauer... was captain her senior year... Personal... Melanie O. Tansuwan was born March 19, 1988, in Redwood City, Calif... daughter of Chuck and Jane Tansuwan... father played water polo and swam for Washington University in St. Louis... has a sister, Emily... an undeclared science major. LMU’S FOUR-YEAR LETTERWINNERS

5-9 FR-HS back/free St. Lucy’s Priory Glendora, CA Briefly... Alicia Witter is in her first season with LMU swimming... High School... a 2006 graduate of St. Lucy's Priory in Glendora, Calif... a four-year letter winner for Coach Poet...was team captain her senior year... Personal... Alicia Lea Witter was born August 4, 1988, in Covina, Calif... daughter of Scott and Kim Witter... has a younger brother, Bradley... a psychology major.

PHOTO: PETE SALOUTOS

5-2 FR-HS fly/IM/breast St. Francis HS Los Altos, CA

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all-timetop-10individuals EVENT 50 free

NAME TIME 1. K. Hicks 23.62 2. Mathewson 23.79 3. T. Yates 24.47 4. A. Samuels 24.68 5. A. Luciano 24.80 6. K. Zabor 24.86 7. M. Bommarito25.09 8. D. Hume 25.15 9. L. Magura 25.14 10. A. Austin 25.35

DATE 2004/05 2005/06 2000/01 2004/05 2003/04 2003/04 2002/03 1998/99 2005/06 2001/02

100 Free 1. K. Hicks 51.16 2. Mathewson 52.55 3. M. Brophy 53.38 3. L. Magura 53.52 5. M. Bommarito53.82 6. T. Yates 54.05 7. D. Garcia 54.16 8. A. Luciano 54.62 9. J. Cheng 54.79 10. B. Diamond 55.20

2005/06 2005/06 2004/05 2004/05 2002/03 2001/02 2005/06 2002/03 1999/00 2003/04

200 Free 1. K. Hicks 2. M. Brophy 3. D. Garcia 4. L. Magura 5. R. Plume 6. B. Melconian 7. C. Gore 8. K. McKay 9. A. Luciano 10. T. Guidi

1:52.67 1:54.16 1:55.80 1:56.08 1:56.61 1:57.26 1:57.52 1:58.10 1:58.60 1:58.62

2005/06 2005/06 2005/06 2004/05 2005/06 2003/04 2005/06 2004/05 2005/06 2000/01

1. M. Brophy 5:05.96 2. K. McKay 5:12.44 3. C. Gore 5:14.80 4. L. Magura 5:15.93 5. J. Hatfield 5:16.53 6. R. Plume 5:17.16 7. J. Hall 5:17.76 8. B. Melconian 5:19.23 9. T. Matthews 5:20.19 10. M. Finley 5:22.89

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500 free

1000 free 1. M. Brophy 10:39.23 2. J. Hall 10:54.20 3. L. Magura 10:57.17 4. R. Plume 10:57.48 5. B. Melconian 10:59.93 6. C. Gore 11:00.53 7. K. McKay 11:01.27 8. J. Hatfield 11:06.47 9. M.Ridgeway 11:10.89 10. D. DeCesare 11:15.90

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1650 free 1. J. Hatfield 18:10.82 2. R. Plume 18:16.08 3. J. Hall 18:13.88 4. B. Melconian 18:35.92 5. C. Gore 18:36.95 6. M.Ridgeway 18:43.10 7. K. Kramer 18:56.81 8. M. McCarville18:50.13 9. D. DeCesare 18:58.23 10. M. Sheehan 19:17.60

1997/98 2005/06 2005/06 2001/02 2005/06 2005/06 2001/02 2005/06 2005/06 2004/05

100 back 1. Mathewson 2. K. Hicks 3. J Cruzat 4. J. Marcus 5. K. McKay 6. A. Austin 7. A. Royal 8. M. Kruk 9. A. Luciano 10. B. Diamond

2005/06 2005/06 2002/03 1999/00 2004/05 2001/02 2004/05 2004/05 200/065 2004/05

55.95 59.26 59.86 1:00.29 1:01.08 1:01.97 1:02.07 1:02.48 1:02.56 1:03.21

200 back 1. Mathewson 2:08.86 2. J. Cruzat 2:10.26 3. J. Marcus 2:11.04 4. A. Austin 2:12.40 5. K. McKay 2:12.88 6. M. Walters 2:13.53 7. B. Diamond 2:14.20 8. A. Royal 2:17.12 9. T. Matthews 2:17.32 10. J. Hall 2:18.63

2005/06 2002/03 1999/00 2001/02 2004/05 2003/04 2001/02 2004/05 2005/06 2005/06

100breast 1. S. Hamilton 2. A. Samuels 3. M. Finley 4. K. Zabor 5. A. Luciano 6. K. Whipple 7. L. Magura 8. C. O’Neill 9. A. Geraghty 10. M. Dunn

1:04.80 1:07.06 1:07.27 1:07.30 1:08.45 1:09.14 1:09.24 1:10.30 1:10.34 1:10.34

2005/06 2004/05 2005/06 2001/02 2003/04 2003/04 2004/05 2001/02 2005/06 2004/05

200breast 1. M. Finley 2. K. Zabor 3. L. Magura 4. C. O’Neill 5. K. Whipple 6. A. Geraghty 7. S. Hamilton 8. M. Dunn 9. J. Cheng 10. K. Wilcox

2:25.07 2:25.65 2:28.17 2:29.79 2:28.58 2:29.75 2:30.14 2:31.43 2:32.33 2:32.69

2004/05 2003/04 2004/05 2001/02 2002/03 2005/06 2005/06 2004/05 1997/98 2001/02

100 fly

1. A. Samuels 2. K. Zabor 3. K. Hicks 4. A. Nakamura 5. B. Melconian 6. Bommarito 7. K. McKay 8. L. Magura 9. A. Royal 10. G. Ghazal

0:57.63 0:57.94 0:59.69 1:00.03 1:00.09 1:00.11 1:00.14 1:00.90 1:00.95 1:01.11

2004/05 2003/04 2005/06 1997/98 2004/05 2001/02 2005/06 2004/05 2004/05 2005/06

200 fly

1. A. Samuels 2. A. Nakamura 3. J. Cheng 4. B. Melconian 5. M. Walters 6. L. Magura 7. A. Royal 8. A. Tungland 9. K. McKay 10. L. Powers

2:10.54 2:10.80 2:11.29 2:11.57 2:14.76 2:14.98 2:15.29 2:15.35 2:15.65 2:15.95

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200 IM

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

K. Zabor 2:08.50 L. Magura 2:09.52 K. Hicks 2:10.92 A. Samuels 2:11.28 S. Hamilton 2:11.49 J. Cheng 2:12.71 M. Finley 2:14.56 K. McKay 2:15.28 M. McCarville 2:16.50 J. Cruzat 2:16.69

2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2005/06 2005/06 1997/98 2005/06 2005/06 2005/06 2002/03

400 IM

1. K. Zabor 4:36.21 2. L. Magura 4:37.43 3. J. Cheng 4:39.55 4. J. Hall 4:46.52 5. A. Geraghty 4:47.52 6. M. McCarville 4:48.77 7. K. Wilcox 4:49.29 8. M. Walters 4:50.34 9. A. Samuels 4:50.36 10. M. Finley 4:52.84

2002/03 2004/05 1997/98 2005/06 2005/06 2005/06 2001/02 2003/04 2004/05 2003/04

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all-timeroster Nicole Alvarado Alexa Ames Alana Austin Sarah Babiarz C. Bannerman Meredith Bellotti Melissa Bernal Cristin Bisbee Sarah Black Melissa Bommarito Nicole Boston Christina Bradberry Amy Brand Maggie Brophy Cailey Buck Jennifer Bullock Dominique Burson Stacey Butler Sharon Carlson Wendy Castillo Jennifer Caviglia Jessica Cheng Chiara Clemente Jessica Connor Heather Coons Devon Courtney Jenna Cruzat Diana DeCesare Mariah Derr Bayley Diamond Yvonne Diaz Meghan Dunn Kelli Dyerly Colleen Eagleson Kate Egan Justine Elgas Megan Evans Erin Farley Morgan Finley Bridget Flynn Kristy Forsyth Bonnie Frankel Danielle Garcia Alyssa Geraghty Gillian Ghazal Lisa Gilette Christine Gore Annie Goshert

2006 1994 2000-01-02 1999-00-01-02 2005 1999-00 1999 1992 2003-04-05 2001-02 2004-05-06 1995-96 1997 2005-06 2004 2006 1997 1992 1993 1994-95 1994-95 1997-98-99-00 1992 2002 1993 2000 2003-04-05 2006 1992 2002-03-04-05 1993-94 2005 2000 1991-92-93-94 1992-93 2006 2003-04 1993, 95-96 2004-05-06 1992 1997-98 1993 2006 2005-06 2006 1996-98 2005-06 1993

C. Grannemann Caroline Guidi Teresa Guidi Ana Guttmann Elizabeth Hadden Julia Hall Sarah Hamilton Jennifer Hannon Ann Haswell Jennifer Hatfield Kathleen Hawkins Robyn Hessinger Katie Hicks Giselle Hiquera Rachel Horn Juliet Horton Dana Hume Julie Johnson Malia Kaizuka Kristin Kelly Sarah Kizner Kelly Kramer Jamie Kroeze McKenzie Kruck Monica LaBelle Anna Leon Ashley Lindsay Adrienne Livoni Amanda Luciano Amanda Lynch Liz Magura Jenni Marcus Emily Maryatt Lauren Mathewson Tiffany Matthews McKenna McCarville Kim McKay Jennifer McCoy Eileen McGrath Breanne Melconian Heather Miles Sierra Misquez Kelly Mohr Miranda Mooers Katie Moran Barbara Morrisey Angela Nakamura Nocole Norris

1995-96 1999-00 2000 2005 1996-97 2006 2006 1995-96 1995 1997-98-99-00 1992 1992-93 2005-06 1993 2005 2005 1997-98-99 1994 1993 2005-06 1992 2002 2000 2003-04-05 1993 1993 2000 1996-97 2004-05-06 1995-96-97-98 2005-06 1999-00 2005-06 2004-05-06 2005-06 2005-06 2005-06 1999 1992-93-94-95 2002-03-04-05 1999 2006 1993 2002-03-04-05 1995 1996-97-98-99 1998 2000

Christina O’Neill Anne Park Kathy Peterson Rebecca Peterson Analia Piccollo Rebecca Plume Lauren Powers Jeanelle Rabadam Christina Radvanyi Morgan Ridgeway Lauren Roberts Alicia Royal Lauren Ruberry Angela Samuels Rebecca Sanders Cindy Schapker Cara Schindler A. Schlichting Erin Schroeder B. Schuehardt Lauren Scoma Erika Shanahan Lauren Shaw Maureen Sheenan Aimee Shoukry Kira Shymanski Anne Smith Kim Sowards Karin Sponholz Lisa Stark Orla Stewart Julie Suggs Lori-Ann Tracy Alex Tungland Kristin Vesnever Shelby Wagner Julia Wald Marie Walters Gina Ward Kadee Whipple Leigh Wilbur Lucy Windes Danielle Worrill Tiffany Yates Jean Yasuhara Krista Zabor

2002 1995-96 1996-97-98 2000 1996-97-98 2006 2002 2005-06 2000 2006 2000-01-02 2005-06 2000 2005-06 2002 1994-97 1997-98-99-00 1995 1992 1996 1994 1992,94 2000 2002-03-04-05 1994 2000 1992,94 1993 1991-92-93-94 1994-95-96-97 1999-00 1992-93 1996 2002-03-04-05 2001-02 1997-98 2000 2001-02-03-04 1993 2003-04 1994 1999-00 1997-98-99-00 2000-01-02 1995-96-97 2001-02-03-04

year-by-yearresults 1991-1992

1996-1997

2001-2002

1992-1993

1997-1998

2002-2003

1993-1994

1998-1999

2003-2004

0-9 overall 10th at PCSC Championship Head Coach John Loughran

1-9 overall 8th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Bonnie Adair

1994-1995

1999-2000

2004-2005

0-11 overall 11th at PCSC Championship Head Coach John Loughran

3-2 overall 3rd at PCSC Championship Head Coach Bonnie Adair

1995-1996

2000-2001

2005-2006

0-6 overall 10th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Doug Pitts 1-12 overall 9th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Doug Pitts 2-12 overall 9th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Dave Kintas 4-9 overall 11th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Dave Kintas 2-6 overall 12th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Dave Kintas

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3-8 overall 10th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Dave Kintas 1-8 overall 10th at PCSC Championship Head Coach John Loughran

0-11 overall 10th at PCSC Championship Head Coach John Loughran

1-10 overall 7th at PCSC Championship Head Coach John Loughran 0-11 overall 10th at PCSC Championship Head Coach John Loughran

9-5 overall 4th at PCSC Championship Head Coach Bonnie Adair


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