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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Table of Contents Program Information

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Summertime for a Mid Coaching / Support Staff 2011-12 Schedule

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2011-12 Men’s Team

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Season Outlook / Roster Meet the Men’s Team

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2011-12 Women’s Team Season Outlook / Roster Meet the Women’s Team

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2010-11 Season in Review Regular Season Results / Top Times Championship Meet Results Honors and Award Winners

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Coaching History / Yearly Records & Results The Army-Navy Series Event Records Yearly National / Conference Results Academic Honors / NAAA Award Winners Former Navy Assistant Coaches All-Time Letterwinners

The U.S. Naval Academy

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Navy Head Coaches 91 The U.S. Naval Academy, History & Traditions 92-95 Academic Achievement 96-97 Community Service 98-99 Beat Army! 100-101 Chet Gladchuk, Director of Athletics 102-103 Annapolis and the Chesapeake Region 104-105 Patriot League 106-107 Athletic Facilities / Lejeune Hall 108-111 The Blue & Gold 112

Navy Quick Facts School Title U.S. Naval Academy, Navy Athletic Nicknames Midshipmen, Mids Location Annapolis, Md. Founded Oct. 10, 1845 Enrollment 4,400 Superintendent Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller, USN Director of Athletics Chet Gladchuk Colors Navy Blue (PMS 281) and Gold (PMS 4525) Home Pool Lejeune Hall (1,000) Conference Affiliations Patriot League Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference

Sports Information Swimming SID Phone Fax E-mail Website

Justin Kischefsky (410) 293-8772 (410) 293-8954 kischefs@usna.edu www.navysports.com

Women’s Team Facts

Coaching Staff

Coaching Staff

Head Swimming Coach Bill Roberts Alma Mater Springfield ‘92 Year at Navy as Head Coach Ninth Year at Navy 12th Navy Record 97-30 (Eight Seasons) Career Record 136-66 (11 Seasons) Phone (410) 293-3012 E-Mail robertsw@usna.edu Head Diving Coach Joe Suriano Alma Mater Michigan ‘70 Year at Navy 34th Phone (410) 293-2970 E-Mail suriano@usna.edu Assistant Swimming Coach Chris Maiello Alma Mater Hartwick ‘02 Year at Navy Fourth Phone (410) 293-5834 E-Mail maiello@usna.edu

Head Swimming Coach John Morrison Alma Mater North Carolina ‘93 Year at Navy as Head Coach Eighth Year at Navy 12th Navy Record 74-14 (Seven Seasons) Career Record 105-41 (10 Seasons) Phone (410) 293-3081 E-Mail morrison@usna.edu Head Diving Coach Joe Suriano Alma Mater Michigan ‘70 Year at Navy 34th Phone (410) 293-2970 E-Mail suriano@usna.edu Assistant Swimming Coach Rob Lias Jr. Alma Mater Mount Union ‘00 Year at Navy Sixth Phone (410) 293-3013 E-Mail lias@usna.edu

Team Information

Team Information

2010-11 Overall Record 12-1 2010-11 Patriot League Meet First (1056 pts.) 2010-11 ECAC Meet First (765.5 pts.) Letterwinners Returning / Lost 28 / 13 Newcomers 15 2011-12 Program Season 91st All-Time Record 641-377-1 (90 Seasons) All-Time Patriot League Titles 8 in 8 Seasons

2010-11 Overall Record 10-0 2010-11 Patriot League Meet Second (760 pts.) 2010-11 ECAC Meet Sixth (285.5 pts.) Letterwinners Returning / Lost 23 / 8 Newcomers 10 2011-12 Program Season 34th All-Time Record 257-118-1 (33 Seasons) All-Time Patriot League Titles 10 in 20 Seasons

2010-11 Results (12-1)

2010-11 Results (10-0)

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O9 O9 O15 O22 N6 N6 N6 N18-20 D9 J15 J22 F17-19 F25-27

at George Mason W 201-87 vs. Loyola W 159-133 UMBC W 158-131 at Virginia L 156-136 at Bucknell W 186-101 vs. American W 199-86 vs. Lafayette W 198-91 at Nike Cup Second 710.5 pts. vs. Army W 246-54 Maryland W 162-124 Yale W 152-131 at Columbia W 171-129 at Princeton W 167-133 Johns Hopkins W 121-111 at Patriot League Meet First 1056 pts. at ECAC Meet First 765.5 pts. at NCAA Meet n/a 0 pts.

at George Mason W 215-83 vs. Loyola W 235-65 James Madison W 172-128 UMBC W 161-131 at Bucknell W 154-144 vs. American W 208-72 vs. Lafayette W 210-91 at Nike Cup Fifth 309 pts. vs. Army W 240.5-59.5 Vermont W 211-89 Yale W 161-139 at Patriot League Meet Second 760 pts. at ECAC Meet Sixth 285.5 pts.

Media Guide Credits The 2011-12 Navy swimming & diving media guide was written and edited by Assistant Sports Information Director Justin Kischefsky. Cover design and interior template were created by the Navy sports information staff and Mark Leddy, Director of Publications. Cover work by Mark Leddy. Photography by Phil Hoffmann, Debbie Latta, USA Swimming, the Annapolis & Anne Arundel County, Baltimore and Maryland visitor bureaus, Justin Kischefsky, the sports information offices at Pacific, South Carolina, and Miami (OH), and the USNA Photo Lab.

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The summer months is when Midshipmen at the Naval Academy have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the Navy or Marine Corps. During this time Midshipmen are scattered all over the world visiting a number of ships and bases to learn about the different communities available to them in the Fleet. Following are some of the pictures from experiences of the members of the swimming and diving teams during the Summer of 2011.

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Men’s Swimming Head Coach Bill Roberts Ninth Season (Springfield College ‘92)

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2004, ‘05 & ‘09, ‘11 P.L. & ‘09, ‘10, ‘11 ECAC Coach of the Year (M. Swimming) Bill Roberts is in his ninth season as the head coach of the Navy men’s swimming team. Additionally, this is his 12th year of being a member of the program’s coaching staff. Navy’s 2010-11 regular season was highlighted by the Mids becoming the first team in the two-decade existence of DeNunzio Pool to defeat Princeton. The Mids posted a 167-133 win over the Tigers that day to snap Princeton’s home-pool winning streak of 94 meets. Navy would then go on to win the program’s eighth Patriot League title in as many years of competing at the event. The Mids established a new team points tally for the third consecutive year (1,031.5 pts.) to win the meet by 452.5 points. The year was capped off by Navy winning its third ECAC title in the last three seasons. Roberts was tabbed as the Patriot League and ECAC Coach of the Year in 2011. Navy has totaled 88 individual and relay event titles under Roberts over the last eight years at the Patriot League Championship, more than three times as many as the number of titles won by the next best program in the league. With the success of the overall program, Navy also has consistently qualified individual athletes for national meets under Roberts. The program returned to the NCAA Championship Meet for the first time in nearly a decade during his inaugural season of 2004, with four swimmers competing in a combined six individual events at the national meet –– which included Noah White’s ‘A’ cut time in the 50 free –– and earning a pair of Honorable Mention AllAmerica certificates in two relay events. Navy again sent multiple swimmers to the 2009 NCAA Championship, with both Adam Meyer and Erik Hunter competing in a trio of events. Meyer would join the illustrious list of Navy swimmers to have garnered All-America accolades when he received Honorable Mention All-America honors that year. He then duplicated his efforts in 2010 to become the first swimmer in 40 years to garner multiple All-America accolades in a career. Meyer’s brother, Mark, joined Justin Vagts in competing at the 2011 NCAA Championship. The Mids have also enjoyed great success during the regular season under Roberts. After posting an 8-9 record during his initial season, Navy has totaled double digit wins in each of the last six seasons, including a 17-2 record during the 2008-09 campaign. Navy has tallied an 89-21 record over the last seven seasons and is 97-30 overall under Roberts. Additionally during the Roberts era, Navy swimmers have annually taken part in such national meets as the World Championship Trials, the World Military Games, the ConocoPhillips National Championship and the USA Swimming Spring Championship. A trio of current or former Navy swimmers qualified for the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials, as well, with current senior Mark Meyer already having qualified for the 2012 trials. Success has also been achieved by the men’s swimming and diving team in the classroom under Roberts. A total of 94 Mids have earned Patriot League Academic Honor Roll accolades over the last eight years, and the team has a whole has been recognized multiple times as an Academic All-America Team by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America.

“The goal of our program is to provide an environment that will allow every team member to reach their potential academically, athletically and personally. We want to be the premier service academy for those interested in swimming and diving in college. Additionally, it is our expectation that we will annually compete for a conference championship while sending athletes to the NCAA and Olympic Trial meets.” –– Bill Roberts Roberts first arrived at Navy during the summer of 1997 when he joined Lee Lawrence’s coaching staff as an assistant coach. In three seasons together the Lawrence-Roberts duo guided Navy to a 27-10 record, including an 18-9 mark in the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League. Roberts coached Navy’s 200 freestyle relay team that won the 1999 EISL title, and helped develop sprinter Clint Cornell to a 2000 Olympic Trials appearance and to the 2001 EISL 50-yard freestyle title. A 1992 graduate of Springfield College, where he was a four-year letterwinner and served as team captain for two seasons, Roberts began his coaching career upon graduation as the head coach of the women’s team at Wells College in his hometown of Aurora, N.Y. After two seasons at Wells, he served as a graduate assistant coach at East Carolina, during which time he earned a master’s degree in athletic administration. In the summer of 1996, he joined the Villanova program for one year before coming to the Naval Academy. Roberts left Navy in 2000 to become the head coach at Colgate, during which time his men’s and women’s teams combined to post a three-year record of 39-36. Roberts and his wife, Nicole, have three sons –– Will, age 12; Nick, age 10; and Jackson, age eight.

Personal History Hometown Education

Aurora, N.Y. B.S., Springfield ‘92 M. Ed., East Carolina ‘96

Coaching History 1992-94 1994-96 1996-97 1997-2000 2000-03 2003-pres.

Head Coach, Wells College (Women) Graduate Asst. Coach, East Carolina (M&W) Assistant Coach, Villanova (M&W) Assistant Coach, U.S. Naval Academy (Men) Head Coach, Colgate (M&W) Head Coach, U.S. Naval Academy (Men)

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Relay Events 1. 32 Navy 2. 4 Army 3. 3 Bucknell

Total Events 1. 88 Navy 2. 23 Army 3. 13 Bucknell


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Women’s Swimming Head Coach John Morrison Eighth Season (North Carolina ‘93) 2007, ‘08 & ‘10 Patriot League Coach of the Year (W. Swimming) “We want our swimmers and divers to attain success both in the pool and in the classroom. Continuing to have success during our regular season, at the Patriot League Championship and striving to be competitive at the NCAA Championship will always be key foundations of our program, as is having both individuals and the team garner academic recognition. But we as coaches are here to do more than that. “Developing a person away from the pool and fostering a sense of family within the team are also very important to us. The U.S. Naval Academy is known for producing great leaders, and we want the women’s swimming and diving program to reflect that, as well. “Additionally, being a member of our program should be a fun and enjoyable experience. We want the relationships and memories developed as a member of our team to last a lifetime.” –– John Morrison 2002 Patriot League title. A successful athlete in his own right, Morrison earned four letters in swimming and in golf while a student-athlete at Toms River High School and was selected as a member of the school’s inaugural Hall of Fame class in the spring of 2004. He would go on to earn four letters in swimming at North Carolina, helping the Tar Heels win a pair of Atlantic Coast Conference titles in the process. Morrison would enter the coaching ranks in 1991 as an assistant swimming coach at Washington & Lee where he helped coach four NCAA Division III All-Americans. He also assisted with the school’s 1992 water polo team that won the Division III Eastern Championship and served as the interim golf coach. Morrison and his wife, Amy, have a 12-year-old son, John, and an eight-year-old daughter, Avery Grace.

Personal History Hometown Education

Toms River, N.J. B.S. North Carolina ‘93

Coaching History 1991-93 1993-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2001 2001-04 2004-pres.

Assistant Coach, Washington & Lee (M&W) Assistant Coach, U.S. Naval Academy (Women) Volunteer Assistant Coach, Tennessee (Men) Assistant Coach, Rutgers (M&W) Head Coach & Aquatics Director, Toms River YMCA Head Coach, Lehigh (M&W) Head Coach, U.S. Naval Academy (Women)

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Women’s Patriot League Meet Titles (2005-11) Swim Events 1. 38 Navy 2. 33 Colgate 3. 11 Bucknell

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Total Events 1. 55 Navy 2. 47 Colgate 3. 15 Bucknell

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John Morrison is entering his eighth year as the head coach of the Navy women’s swimming program, as well as his 12th year of being associated with the team. Morrison and the Mids have posted undefeated regular seasons in two of the last three seasons, including a 10-0 mark during the 2010-11 campaign. Navy would follow last year’s regular season performance by placing second at the Patriot League Championship. Last season’s success came on the heels of a record-breaking 2009-10 season for the Mids. After posting a 10-1 record during the regular season, with Navy’s lone loss coming to No. 11 Virginia, the Mids totaled 14 event victories on their way to winning the Patriot League title for the first time in three years. Additionally, 2010 graduates Tara Chapmon and Thuy-Mi Dinh made their second and third, respectively, appearances at the NCAA Championship in 2010. The recipient of the Patriot League Coach-of-the-Year award three times in the last five years, Morrison has guided the Mids to a pair of league crowns, four second-place showings and a third-place finish at the meet in his time with the program. A Navy swimmer has earned at least a share of five league swimmer-of-the-year accolades during Morrison’s seven years, while the Mids have won a league-best 55 swimming event titles under Morrison’s guidance. The program also has made strides at national events during Morrison’s tenure. A contingent of Navy swimmers are regular participants in U.S. Swimming meets such as the USA Short Course National Championship, ConocoPhillips National Championship and the World Championship Trials. The 2008 season saw Dinh become the first women’s swimmer in Patriot League history to attain an ‘A’ cut qualifying time for the NCAA Championship, then she and Chapmon advanced to the national meet in both 2009 and ‘10. Additionally, Laura Gorinski posted a pair of 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifying times during the 2010-11 season. Navy also posted the program’s first undefeated season during the 2008-09 campaign, part of a winning streak that would span to 25 meets before the aforementioned loss to the Cavaliers. The Mids have compiled a 47-2 record over the last four years and a 74-14 record in all under Morrison’s leadership. In addition to the team’s success in the water, the program under Morrison has been regularly recognized as an Academic All-America Team by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America and has accounted for 56 placings on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll over the last seven seasons. Morrison’s hiring in 2004 returned him to The Yard where he served as an assistant coach to Dick Purdy for four seasons beginning in the fall of 1993. The Purdy-Morrison duo coached the Mids to a 33-14 record and to league titles during each of its four years together. After leaving Navy following the 1996-97 school year, Morrison served as a volunteer assistant men’s coach at Tennessee during the 1997-98 season in which the Volunteers placed fourth at the NCAA Championship, followed by one year as an assistant at Rutgers. After serving as the head coach and aquatics director at the Ocean County YMCA in his hometown of Toms River, N.J., for two years starting in 1999, he was named as the head swimming coach at Lehigh in 2001. Morrison coached the Mountain Hawks to a combined 31-27 record during his three seasons in Bethlehem, a period highlighted by the men’s team winning the


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Roberts’ Yearly Division I Head Coaching Record Team W -L PLC Place (pts.) Swim PLC Titles (I/R) All-P.L. Colgate –– M 5-6 Fifth (327.5) 0 (0 / 0) 0 Colgate –– W 6-5 Fifth (414) 2 (2 / 0) 3 Colgate –– M 6-6 Fifth (396) 1 (1 / 0) 2 Colgate –– W 7-5 Fifth (372) 0 (0 / 0) 2 Colgate –– M 6-8 Fifth (365) 2 (2 / 0) 3 Colgate –– W 9-6 Fourth (494) 1 (1 / 0) 3 Navy –– M 8-9 First (810) 10 (5 / 5) 11 Navy –– M 10-6 First (822.5) 7 (3 / 4) 12 Navy –– M 10-5 First (853) 11 (7 / 4) 13 Navy –– M 12-4 First (864) 6 (5 / 1) 13 Navy –– M 15-2 First (887) 8 (5 / 3) 13 Navy –– M 17-2 First (1031.5) 15 (10 / 5) 19 Navy –– M 13-1 First (1047) 15 (10 / 5) 17 Navy –– M 12-1 First (1056) 16 (11 / 5) 19 at Navy 97-30 –– 73 (46 / 27) 117 Overall 136-66 –– 79 (52 / 27) 130 • = Navy competed at the EISL Meet from 2004-08 and at the ECAC Meet from 2009-present

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Year 2001 2001 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

P.L. Academic H.R. 4 9 5 10 4 11 8 10 13 12 11 11 15 16 94 139

East. Place (Pts.)• DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC Sixth (659.5) Eighth (686) Sixth (770) Sixth (801.5) Fifth (869.5) First (703.5) First (673.5) First (765.5) –– ––

Swim East. Titles (I/R)• DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 1 (0 / 1) 0 (0 / 0) 0 (0 / 0) 0 (0 / 0) 0 (0 / 0) 6 (3 / 3) 5 (5 / 0) 5 (5 / 0) 17 (13 / 4) 17 (13 / 4)

NCAA Place (Pts.) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 28th (14) DNC 0 pts. DNC DNC 37th (4) T-32nd (3) 0 pts. –– ––

Swim ECAC Titles (I/R) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 0 (0 / 0) 0 (0 / 0) 4 (2 / 2) 4 (2 / 2) 8 (4 / 4) 8 (4 / 4)

NCAA Place (Pts.) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 0 pts. 0 pts. 0 pts. DNC –– ––

Morrison’s Yearly Division I Head Coaching Record Year 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011

Team Lehigh –– M Lehigh –– W Lehigh –– M Lehigh –– W Lehigh –– M Lehigh –– W Navy –– W Navy –– W Navy –– W Navy –– W Navy –– W Navy –– W Navy –– W at Navy Overall

W -L 7-2 4-5 6-5 6-6 4-4 4-5 10-3 6-7 11-2 13-1 14-0 10-1 10-0 74-14 105-41

PLC Place (pts.) First (694) Fourth (506) Second (632.5) Third (530) Fourth (462) Fifth (422) Second (598) Third (615.5) First (805) Second (679) Second (759.5) First (887) Second (760) –– ––

Swim PLC Titles (I/R) 2 (2 / 0) 0 (0 / 0) 0 (0 / 0) 1 (1 / 0) 1 (1 / 0) 0 (0 / 0) 6 (4 / 2) 1 (1 / 0) 14 (9 / 5) 10 (7 / 3) 4 (4 / 0) 14 (9 / 5) 6 (4 / 2) 55 (38 / 17) 59 (42 / 17)

All-P.L. 3 2 1 2 5 5 7 4 9 8 10 12 12 62 80

P.L. Academic H.R. 3 5 3 10 4 5 6 6 8 9 13 6 8 56 86

ECAC Place (Pts.) DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC Ninth (181) Fifth (341) Sixth (259) Sixth (285.5) –– ––

Career Records vs. Opponents Morrison Opponent at Navy - W Air Force –– American 4-0 Army 7-0 Binghamton –– Boston College 1-0 Brown –– Bucknell 6-1 Catholic 3-0 Colgate 3-1 College of New Jersey –– Columbia –– Cornell 4-1 Dartmouth –– George Mason 3-0 George Washington 3-0 Harvard –– Hamilton –– Holy Cross –– James Madison 1-0 Johns Hopkins 5-0

Morrison Overall - M/W –– 6-2 7-0 –– 1-0 –– 9-4 3-0 7-3 4-0 –– 4-1 –– 3-0 3-0 –– –– –– 1-0 5-0

Roberts at Navy - M 0-1 5-0 8-0 –– 1-0 6-1 8-0 3-0 –– –– 4-4 2-4 6-1 2-0 5-0 0-6 –– –– –– 8-0

Roberts Overall - M/W 0-1 5-0 9-5 1-1 1-0 6-1 8-6 3-0 –– –– 4-4 3-9 6-1 2-0 5-0 0-6 2-0 6-0 –– 8-0

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Morrison at Navy - W –– 7-0 4-0 6-0 –– –– 6-1 –– –– –– 1-0 2-3 –– 0-2 2-0 –– 3-0 0-1 –– 2-4

Morrison Overall - M/W 2-0 12-1 4-0 6-0 3-1 –– 6-1 0-2 –– –– 1-0 2-3 –– 0-2 5-1 –– 3-0 0-1 1-5 2-10

Roberts at Navy - M –– 8-0 –– 6-0 –– 3-0 7-1 –– –– –– 1-0 4-2 2-5 –– 3-0 –– –– 0-2 –– 4-3

Roberts Overall - M/W –– 12-2 1-5 12-0 4-2 3-0 7-1 0-1 6-0 4-2 1-0 4-2 2-5 –– 3-0 0-4 6-0 0-2 –– 4-3


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Diving Coach Joe Suriano 34th Season (Michigan ‘70) 1992, 2005, ‘07, ‘08 Patriot League Diving Coach of the Year

Personal & Coaching History Hometown Dearborn, Mich. Education B.S., Michigan ‘70; M. Ed., E. Michigan ‘78 NCAA Division II Coach of the Year 1991 Patriot League Coach of the Year 1992, 2005, ‘07, ‘08 Eastern Women’s Swimming League Coach of the Year 1997

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NCAA Division I Championship Qualifiers (22) 1983

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Bay Dobbins, Nate Smith* Darcy Stuart* Bay Dobbins Jonathan Schiffelbein Thatcher Carr Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Jon Galinski Olaf Olson * Earned All-America honors

Patriot League Champions (26) Women, 1992-pres.; Men, 2004-pres. 1992 1996 1997 1999 2000 2004 2005 2006

Stacia Johnson* (1M, 3M) Darcy Stuart (1M) Darcy Stuart* (3M) Elizabeth Peterson* (1M, 3M) Elizabeth Peterson* (1M, 3M) Kevin Teague* (1M, 3M) Kevin Teague* (1M, 3M) Kevin Teague* (1M, 3M)

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Katie Griffin* (1M, 3M) Kevin Teague* (1M, 3M) 2008 Katie Griffin* (1M, 3M) Jon Galinski* (1M, 3M) 2009 Olaf Olson* (1M, 3M) 2010 Ben Nicholas* (1M) 2011 Olaf Olson (3M) * Selected as the Diver of the Meet

Most Patriot League Meet Diving Titles (2004-11) One-Meter 1. 9 Navy 2. 6 Army

Three-Meter 1. 9 Navy 2. 6 Army

Total 1. 18 Navy 2. 12 Army

Eastern Swimming League Champions (17) Women, 1992-97; Men, 1978-2008 1992 1997 1993 1994 1995 1996

Stacia Johnson* (1M, 3M) Darcy Stuart* (1M) Nate Smith* (1M, 3M) Nate Smith* (1M, 3M) Nate Smith* (1M, 3M) Nate Smith* (1M, 3M)

1997 Bay Dobbins* (1M, 3M) 1998 Bay Dobbins* (1M) 2004 Kevin Teague (3M) 2005 Kevin Teague* (1M, 3M) * Selected as the Diver of the Meet

Colonial Athletic Association Champions (8) Women, 1987-91; Men, 1987-89 1987

Navy Coaching Seniority (NCAA Sports) Coach Al Cantello Joe Suriano Stephen Cooksey

Suriano’s Diving Honor Roll

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1989 Stacia Johnson (1M, 3M) 1991 Stacia Johnson* (1M, 3M) * Selected as the Diver of the Meet

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Long recognized as one of the top diving coaches in the country, Joe Suriano begins his 34th season as Navy’s diving coach this fall. Under his tutelage, 10 divers on Navy’s men’s team and two divers on the women's team have qualified for a combined 22 NCAA Division I Championship meets and earned 15 Division I All-America accolades during his tenture. The most recent NCAA qualifier for Suriano was Olaf Olson, who advanced to the 2011 national championship meet. Additionally, Suriano’s divers have totaled won 26 Patriot League, 17 Eastern Swimming League and eight Colonial Athletic Association titles. Among his most recent accomplishments was guiding Navy divers to victories on all four contested boards at the 2007 and ‘08 Patriot League Championship Meets. Suriano himself was named as the 1991 Division II Coach of the Year after Stacia Johnson captured the NCAA title, is a four-time Patriot League Coach of the Year and was selected as the 1997 EWSL Coach of the Year. On the national and international levels, Suriano was named an International Olympic Committee diving expert in 1985 and conducted a 21-day clinic for 30 diving coaches in New Delhi, India. In 1994, he was named an official and an assistant diving coach for U.S. Diving at the Dive Canada International Championships. He served as an official in 1995 at the World University Games in Fukouka, Japan, and at the World Military Games in Rome, Italy, later that year. He also served as a diving coach at two U.S. Diving National Training Camps and was named to the 1995-96 U.S. Diving national coaching staff. Suriano directed the American diving team at the 1999 World Military Games in Zagreb, Croatia, then completed a term as the chairman of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Rules Sub-Committee in the fall of 2001. Suriano earned a bachelor’s degree from Michigan in 1970 and a master’s degree from Eastern Michigan in 1978. Prior to coaching at Navy, he served as the diving coach at Eastern Michigan (1971-72) and Vanderbilt (1973-78). He and his wife, Patty, are the parents of two adult sons, including Michael, a 2005 graduate of Navy.


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Men’s Swimming Asst. Coach Lt. j.g. Chris Maiello

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Fourth Season (Hartwick ‘02) Chris Maiello enters his fourth season as an assistant coach for the Navy men’s swimming program. The Mids have posted a 42-4 record and won three Patriot League titles during his time at Navy. In addition to his USNA coaching duties, Maiello also served as the head coach of the U.S. team at the 2010 and ‘11 World Military Games and is the head coach of the Navy swimming club team that annually competes at U.S. Swimming meets. He arrived on The Yard during the summer of 2008 following a two-year stint as the head coach at Darton College (Albany, Ga.). His swimmers combined to set 36 school records and, while competing primarily against four-year schools, the junior college team produced a 10-9 record during the regular season. Maiello inherited a Darton program that saw its men’s team place 12th and its women’s team 15th at the 2006 NJCAA National Championship in the year prior to his arrival. His initial season at the school saw the women place seventh and the men place ninth at the 2007 national event, with both programs recording thirdplace showings at the 2008 championship meet. Among the swimmers he coached at Darton were two that won junior college national titles. Prior to accepting the position at Darton, Maiello was part of the coaching staff at Rochester for a little more than one year, first as an assistant coach and then as the program’s interim head coach for six months. Maiello himself earned NCAA Division III All-America accolades in the 100 and 200 freestyle events (2002 and ‘01, respectively) as a swimmer at Hartwick. After graduating from the school in 2002 with Hartwick records in the 100, 200 and 500 freestyle events, he began his coaching career later that summer by serving as the head coach at Amsterdam High School (Amsterdam, N.Y.). He held that position until the summer of 2005 when he joined the Rochester staff. Maiello and his wife, Kimberly, are expecting their first child in December.

Personal & Coaching History Hometown Education 2005-06 2006-08 2008-pres.

Derek Griesdorn Equipment Manager

Amsterdam, N.Y. B.A., Hartwick ‘02; M.S., U.S. Sports Academy ‘10 Asst. Coach/Interim Head Coach, Rochester Head Coach, Darton College Assistant Coach, U.S. Naval Academy

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Women’s Swimming Asst. Coach Rob Lias Sixth Season (Mount Union ‘00)

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Rob Lias returns for his sixth season as an assistant coach with the Navy women’s swimming program. A full-time member of the coaching staff, Lias has been an integral part of Navy’s regular season and postseason success over the last five seasons. The Mids have compiled a 58-4 regular season record during Lias’ time on The Yard, while winning the Patriot League title in 2007 and ‘10 and placing second at the meet in 2008, ‘09 and ‘11. Additionally, Lias served as the stroke coach for 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials competitor and three-time NCAA Championship qualifier Thuy-Mi Dinh. Lias, who serves as Navy’s recruiting coordinator and designs the team’s dryland and strength program, came to Navy after two seasons as a graduate assistant coach for the men’s and women’s programs at Auburn. After the men’s team won the NCAA championship during his initial 2004-05 season, both teams claimed national titles during his final year at the school. He began his coaching career during the summer of 2002 when he served as a volunteer assistant coach at New Paltz High School. After one season on the prep level, he moved on to the collegiate ranks as an assistant at Mount Union College. A 2000 graduate of Mount Union, Lias was a four-year letterwinner for the Raiders and served as the team captain during his senior year. He earned his way onto All-Ohio Athletic Conference teams 13 times during his career, won a pair of individual event conference titles (1999 in the 100 and 200 breaststroke events) and was named as the team MVP during his junior and senior years. In addition to his coaching experience, Lias also has run technique based swimming camps across the country through Total Immersion Swimming, Inc. Lias married the former Courtney Harper in the spring of 2011.

Personal & Coaching History Hometown Education 2002-04 2004-06 2006-pres.

Cleveland Heights, Ohio B.A., Mount Union ‘00; M. Ed., Auburn ‘06 Assistant Coach, Mount Union Graduate Assistant Coach, Auburn Assistant Coach, U.S. Naval Academy

Cmdr. Sara Saltzstein, USN Women’s Team Officer Representative Brigade Medical

Maria Schroeder Women’s Team Faculty Representative Chemistry

Lt. Lauren Lawson, USN Men’s Team Officer Representative Physical Education

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Capt. Andrew Jarr ett, USN Men’s Team Officer Representative Brigade Office

Lt. Cmdr. Ethan Lust, USN Men’s Team Faculty Representative Mechanical Engineering


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2011-12 Navy Swimming & Diving Schedule Day(s) Sat. Fri. Fri. Fri. Sat. Thu.-Sat. Thu. Sat. Sat. Wed. Sat. Fri. Fri. Thu.-Sat. Fri.-Sun. Fri.-Sun. Thu.-Sat. Thu.-Sat.

Date(s) Oct. 8 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 5 Nov. 17-19 Dec. 8 Jan. 7 Jan. 14 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 3 Feb. 3 Feb. 16-18 Feb. 24-26 March 9-11 March 15-17 March 22-24

Opponent(s) / Meet at Loyola, vs. George Mason at James Madison at UMBC Virginia American, Bucknell, Lafayette at Nike Cup at Army Princeton at Penn State (M/W), vs. Arkansas (W) Johns Hopkins Navy Invitational Columbia Johns Hopkins Patriot League Championship at ECAC Championship at NCAA Zone ‘A’ Diving Championship at NCAA Championship at NCAA Championship

Site Baltimore, Md. Harrisonburg, Va. Baltimore, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Chapel Hill, N.C. West Point, N.Y. Annapolis, Md. University Park, Pa. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Annapolis, Md. Buffalo, N.Y. Auburn, Ala. Federal Way, Wash.

Men Women 11 a.m. 11 a.m. –– 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. All Day All Day 6 p.m. 6 p.m. 2 p.m. ––– 11 a.m. 11 a.m. –– 5 p.m. 12 p.m. 12 p.m. 2 p.m. –– 4:30 p.m. –– 10:30 a.m. / 6 p.m. 10:30 a.m. / 6 p.m. All Day All Day All Day All Day ––– All Day All Day –––

All times Eastern and subject to change Updated August 17, 2011 Home meets listed in bold and contested in Lejeune Hall

Navy Swimming & Diving: A National Program

The 2011-12 Navy swimming and diving program has student-athletes representing 23 different states on its roster.

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2011-12 Men’s Team

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G 2011-12 Men’s Team Season Outlook Overall Outlook

Backstroke

Returners

Returners

 28 of 41 2011 letterwinners  602 of 856 individual event points scored at the 2011 Patriot League Championship  394 of 605.5 individual event points scored at the 2011 ECAC Championship

      

Newcomers

 Navy welcomes 15 newcomers to its program

Bill Roberts on the Overall Outlook

Newcomers

Team Captain Steve Dukleth

“We are certainly looking forward to the 2011-12 season. Despite the graduation of a very strong class in 2011, we are very optimistic about the potential for this year's team. A good number of midshipmen put together a productive spring and summer in the water. We expect these athletes to be our leaders as we press ahead into the new season.”

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Conor Campbell Andrew Golankiewicz Zach Ingold K.C. Linn Drew Mays Joseph Stark Gage Trotter

   

Conor Campbell

Dan Bowden Ben Hagan Mike Peribonio Brendan Walsh

Bill Roberts on the Backstroke “We should only improve in this event in 2011-12. Conor Campbell and Gage Trotter will lead the way this season. Each had highlights from their plebe season which should give them the confidence and experience to achieve new things in 2011-12. Providing additional depth will be Mac Anthony, Andrew Golankiewicz, Zach Ingold, Drew Mays and Joe Stark. Newcomers who are expected to contribute more as the season builds include Dan Bowden and Ben Hagan.”

Backstroke Notes Gage Trotter holds the Navy record in the 100 backstroke ... Zach Ingold has posted the Nos. 9 and 10 times in school history in the event ... Conor Campbell’s best time in the 200 back ranks fourth at Navy ... Mac Anthony has posted the No. 5 time at the school in the longer event ... Ingold won the 100 back at the 2011 Patriot League Championship, with Anthony winning the 200 back.

Breaststroke

Butterfly

Returners      

Returners

Andrew Feeney Ben Grove Andrew Gsell Luke Hoffer Seth Murphy Brian Sweeney

      

Newcomers  Seth Connor  Alex Cook  John Stuy

Luke Hoffer

Ben Bondurant Steve Dukleth Charlie Hetzel Mark Meyer Danny Quinn Geramiah Simoes Gage Trotter

Newcomers  Billy Draves

Mark Meyer

Bill Roberts on the Breaststroke

Bill Roberts on the Butterfly

“This was an improved event for Navy in 2011. Two newcomers in Luke Hoffer and Sean Murphy moved right into leading roles by the end of their first season. We expect their development as student-athletes to continue as they both have worked hard since last season. Supporting Luke and Sean will be Andrew Feeney, Ben Grove and Andrew Gsell. New to the program who can make an impact throughout the season are Seth Connor and Alex Cook.”

“Most of the butterfly points return this season. As a result, expectations are present for a strong season within these events. Veteran athletes leading the way for Navy include Mark Meyer and team captain Steve Dukleth. These two have been at the center of our fly success since their first season. Both are tough trainers and competitors. Those providing additional support include Ben Bondurant, Charlie Hetzel, Robbie Parker, Geramiah Simoes and Gage Trotter. Each of these five has the potential to lead a fly set or win a fly event on any given day. Rounding out this event for Navy will be newcomer Billy Draves.”

Breaststroke Notes Luke Hoffer has posted four of the top-10 times in Navy history in both of the breaststroke events ... his top performances rank him second in the 100 breast and third in the 200 breast ... he won the 100 breast and placed second in the 200 breast at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Sean Murphy placed third in the 200 breast and fourth in the 100 breast at the league meet.



Butterfly Notes Mark Meyer is the No. 2 swimmer in school history in the 200 fly and has already qualified for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in the event ... he also competed in the 2011 NCAA Championship in the 200 fly ... Steve Dukleth placed second in the 100 fly and third in the 200 fly at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Ben Bondurant was the runner-up to Meyer in the 200 fly at the league meet.

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Sprint Freestyle

Middle/Long Distance Freestyle

Returners

Returners

     

     

Sean Bagent Trey Gregory Zach Ingold K.C. Linn Robbie Parker Danny Quinn

Newcomers      

Dain Bomberger Dan Bowden McCrae Kempf Michael Richline Brian Sweeney Brendan Walsh

Newcomers

 Riley Mita  Chris Nyaradi  Kevin Stoddard

Zach Ingold

Sprint Freestyle Notes Zach Ingold swept the two sprint freestyle races at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Robbie Parker also advanced to the championship final in both events at the meet (second in the 50 free; fifth in the 100 free) ... K.C. Linn finished in sixth place in the 100 free and won the consolation final in the 50 free at the meet.

Distance: “Graduation was not kind to our distance program with the loss of multiple front-line specialists. Despite the losses, we hope and expect to be at the same form by the end of the season due to a healthy blend of up and coming athletes. At the front of the pack will be Justin Vagts, who had a terrific season in 2011 in qualifying for his first trip to the NCAA meet. Pushing Justin for the lead at all times will be Will Norton, John Ojard along with newcomers Riley Mita, Chris Nyaradi and Kevin Stoddard.”

Middle/Long Distance Freestyle Notes Mac Anthony holds the Navy records in the 200 and 500 freestyle events ... he won both events at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Justin Vagts has recorded the No. 2 time in Navy history in the 1650 free and the third-best clocking in the 1000 free ... he competed in the 1650 free at the 2011 NCAA Championship ... Will Norton posted a trio of top-three placings in the 200 free (second), 500 free (third) and 1650 free (third) at the league championship.

Individual Medley Returners

Diving Returners    

Ben Bondurant

Tanner Bosch Ben Freedman Wil Mayo D.J. Principato

Newcomers

Newcomers    

Middle: “Mac Anthony has been and will continue to be the lead man in these events. He is already the top 200 freestyler in school history based on top-ten performances. He has the potential to further his mark in this event while doing the same in the 500 freestyle as well. Keeping pace with Mac will be Hugh Davison, Will Norton, John Ojard and Justin Vagts. All are experienced and possess the characteristics necessary to compete for the top spot in both practice and meets. Newcomers include Kevin Stoddard and Riley Mita.”

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Billy Draves Ben Grove Mike Peribonio John Stuy

Joe Suriano on the Divers

Bill Roberts on the Individual Medley “We have a lot of potential for growth in this event this season. Both of our top 200 (Ben Bondurant) & 400 IM'ers (Justin Vagts) from last season return. Several others who provided valuable championship points return, as well, making for a good nucleus of IM specialists. Included in this group are Ben Bondurant, Justin Vagts, Conor Campbell, Steve Dukleth, Mark Meyer and Joe Stark. Billy Draves and John Stuy should work their way into this group, as well, within their first season.”

Individual Medley Notes Ben Bondurant won the 200 IM at the 2011 Patriot League Championship and is the No. 2 swimmer in school history in the event ... Mark Meyer placed second to Bondurant in the 200 IM at the league meet ... Justin Vagts finished in second place in the 400 IM at the Patriot League Championship ... Steve Dukleth (sixth, 200 IM), Joe Stark (seventh, 400 IM) and Conor Campbell (ninth, 400 IM) also scored points for the Mids at the meet in the IM events.



Ben Freedman

“Tanner has been improving throughout his career. He scored 8's and 8.5’s on a back one-and-one-half with two-and-a-half twists at last year’s Army meet. Will is our No. 1 returning diver. He gets into the water as clean as any diver in Navy history. He possesses a great rip entry. He is an excellent diver on all boards and will be in contention for a league title. Ben is a talented, strong, exciting diver who has the ability to perform the big list of dives from any level. He wants to be a Navy Seal and is in great physical shape after being injured with a broken foot last season. Ben will be competing with Will for first-place honors on our team. The 10-meter platform may be his best event. D.J. is a strong, big diver who likes to jump and spin. He needs a more consistent approach and take off. He likes to dive platform and will become a fine collegiate diver. Joe spins well and tucks very tightly. He is an excellent 10-meter platform diver who needs to get physically stronger for springboard diving.”

Diving Notes Ben Freedman placed sixth on the three meter and seventh on the one meter at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Wil Mayo won the three meter and placed sixth on the one meter at the 2011 ECAC Championship ... D.J. Principato (11th, one meter; 13th, three meter) also scored points for the Mids at the ECAC Meet.

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“Despite graduating several sprint specialists including Aaron Aiken, we expect to remain at least as competitive in all sprints through 2011-12. Front-line returners include Robbie Parker and Zach Ingold, both of whom had strong seasons in 2011. Other sprinters expected to make their mark are Sean Bagent, Trey Gregory, Danny Quinn, K.C. Linn and Brian Sweeney. Newcomers with the potential to contribute include Dain Bomberger, Dan Bowden, McCrae Kempf and Michael Richline.”

Ben Bondurant Conor Campbell Steve Dukleth Andrew Golankiewicz Andrew Gsell Charlie Hetzel Mark Meyer Sean Murphy Joseph Stark Justin Vagts

Mac Anthony

Bill Roberts on the Middle/Long Distance Freestyle

Bill Roberts on the Sprint Freestyle

         

Mac Anthony Hugh Davison Drew Mays William Norton John Ojard Justin Vagts


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2011-12 Navy Men’s Swimming & Diving Roster Name Mac Anthony Sean Bagent Dain Bomberger Ben Bondurant Tanner Bosch Dan Bowden Conor Campbell Seth Connor Alex Cook Hugh Davison Billy Draves Steve Dukleth Joe Esposito Andrew Feeney Ben Freedman Andrew Golankiewicz Trey Gregory Ben Grove Andrew Gsell Ben Hagan Charlie Hetzel Luke Hoffer Zach Ingold McCrae Kempf K.C. Linn Wil Mayo Drew Mays Mark Meyer Riley Mita Sean Murphy William Norton Chris Nyaradi John Ojard Robbie Parker Mike Peribonio D.J. Principato Danny Quinn Michael Richline Geramiah Simoes Joseph Stark Kevin Stoddard John Stuy Brian Sweeney Gage Trotter Justin Vagts Brendan Walsh

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

Event Middle Freestyle Sprint Freestyle Sprint Freestyle Butterfly/Individual Medley Diving Backstroke/Sprint Freestyle Backstroke/Individual Medley Breaststroke Breaststroke Middle Freestyle Butterfly/Individual Medley Butterfly/Individual Medley Diving Breaststroke Diving Backstroke/Individual Medley Sprint Freestyle Breaststroke/Individual Medley Breaststroke/Individual Medley Backstroke Butterfly/Individual Medley Breaststroke Backstroke/Sprint Freestyle Sprint Freestyle Backstroke/Sprint Freestyle Diving Backstroke/Distance Freestyle Butterfly/Individual Medley Distance Freestyle Breaststroke/Individual Medley Distance Freestyle Distance Freestyle Distance Freestyle Sprint Freestyle Backstroke/Individual Medley Diving Butterfly/Sprint Freestyle Sprint Freestyle Butterfly Backstroke/Individual Medley Middle Freestyle Breaststroke/Individual Medley Breaststroke/Sprint Freestyle Backstroke/Butterfly Distance Freestyle/Individual Medley Backstroke/Sprint Freestyle

Hometown (High School) Allentown, Pa. (Parkland) Norcross, Ga. (Norcross) Lititz, Pa. (Warwick) Atlanta, Ga. (The Westminster Schools) Kansas City, Mo. (Liberty) Charlotte, N.C. (Ardrey Kell) Manassas, Va. (Osbourn) Union Hall, Va. (Green Hope) Pittsburgh, Pa. (Central Catholic) Towson, Md. (Loyola Blakefield) Gilbertsville, Pa. (Boyertown Area Senior) Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Marmion Academy) Langhorne, Pa. (Holy Ghost) Norcross, Ga. (Norcross) Kennewick, Wash. (The Woodlands) Union Beach, N.J. (Fairfield Prep) Dallas, Texas (Flower Mound) Winchester, Va. (Handley) Mount Holly, N.J. (Rancocas Valley Regional) Hershey, Pa. (Hershey) Weddington, N.C. (Charlotte Catholic) Chapel Hill, N.C. (East Chapel Hill) Hornell, N.Y. (Woodberry Forest) Austin, Texas (Liberal Arts & Science Academy) Newhall, Calif. (Hart) The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands) Southlake, Texas (Carroll) Bethesda, Md. (Walt Whitman) Stevenson Ranch, Calif. (West Ranch) Hudson, Ohio (Walsh Jesuit) Tyler, Texas (Grace Community) Bend, Ore. (Summit) Ellicott City, Md. (St. Paul’s) Vienna, Va. (James Madison) Atlanta, Ga. (North Gwinnett) Easton, Pa. (Notre Dame) Queenstown, Md. (St. Mary’s) Goshen, Ind. (Concord) Kailua, Hawaii (Iolani School) Erie, Pa. (Cathedral Prep) Highlands Ranch, Colo. (Mountain Vista) Carmel, Ind. (Carmel) Ellicott City, Md. (McDonogh School) Conroe, Texas (Conroe) Crofton, Md. (South River) New York, N.Y. (Peddie School)

Head Coach –– Bill Roberts (Springfield '92), Ninth Season Assistant Coach –– Chris Maiello (Hartwick ‘02), Fourth Season Diving Coach –– Joe Suriano (Michigan '70), 34th Season Officer Representatives –– Lt. Lauren Lawson, USN; Capt. Andrew Jarrett, USN Faculty Representative –– Lt. Cmdr. Ethan Lust, USN Team Captain –– Steve Dukleth

Pronunciation Guide Sean Bagent Steve Dukleth Andrew Gsell Riley Mita John Nyaradi John Ojard

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John Stuy Justin Vagts

STY votts

Chris Maiello Joe Suriano

MY • yellow sir • ee • ON • oh



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Mids by Class Seniors (9) Mac Anthony Tanner Bosch Steve Dukleth Andrew Gsell Charlie Hetzel K.C. Linn Drew Mays Mark Meyer William Norton Juniors (9) Sean Bagent Ben Bondurant Andrew Feeney Trey Gregory John Ojard Robbie Parker Danny Quinn Joseph Stark Joseph Vagts Sophomores (14) Conor Campbell Hugh Davison Ben Freedman Andrew Golankiewicz Ben Grove Luke Hoffer Zach Ingold Wil Mayo Sean Murphy Mike Peribonio D.J. Principato Geramiah Simoes Brian Sweeney Gage Trotter Freshmen (14) Dain Bomberger Dan Bowden Seth Connor Alex Cook Billy Draves Joe Esposito Ben Hagan McCrae Kempf Riley Mita Chris Nyaradi Michael Richline Kevin Stoddard John Stuy Brendan Walsh


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Steve Dukleth

Mac Anthony

Senior • Glen Ellyn, Ill.

Senior • Allentown, Pa.

Butterfly • Individual Medley

Middle Freestyle

2011-12 Team Captain

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List in five semesters and to the Dean’s List once ... earned 2011 Patriot League All-Academic Team honors ... named to the 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Honors –– Selected as the 2009 Patriot League Rookie of the Year and the 2011 league swimmer of the year ... has garnered first-team all-league laurels in each of his three seasons ... earned 2010 and ‘11 Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-America honors from CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Won the 200 free, 500 free and 200 back events at the Patriot League Championship ... also helped the Mids win the 400 medley, 400 free and 800 free relay events ... received five Patriot League Swimmer-of-the-Week nods ... posted 24 wins and three second-place finishes in 27 events during the regular season ... 2010 Summer –– Competed at the U.S. Summer Nationals ... 2009-10 –– Selected as the Patriot League Swimmer of the Week on Jan. 26 ... won the 200 and 500 free events and placed second in the 100 free at the league meet ... helped Navy win the 400 free and 800 free relay titles at the championship ... tallied 17 individual event victories during the regular season ... 2008-09 –– Set a Navy and league record in the 200 free with his opening time of 1:36.29 in the 800 free relay at the Patriot League Meet ... won both the 100 free and 200 free and placed second in the 500 free at the league meet ... his times in the 100 and 500 events were both career bests ... posted 11 wins in 17 200 free races during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Parkland High School ... won 2008 state titles in the 200 and 500 freestyle events ... set district records in both events during his prep career ... selected as the swimmer of the meet at the state championship as a senior ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– Sister graduated from Army in 2011 and competed on the school’s basketball team ... economics major.

Steve Dukleth

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

48.73 1:47.18 1:50.74

Dec. 9, 2010 Feb. 20, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM Points All-P.L. Team

‘09 ECAC 10 1 7 39 ––

‘10 PL 3 3 4 47 1st

‘11 PL 2 3 6 46 1st

Top Navy Yard Times 200 Back 1:47.13 100 Free 44.34 200 Free 1:36.29•^ 4:19.75 500 Free • = Navy Record; ^ = Patriot League Record

Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 20, 2009 Feb. 19, 2009

Championship Meet Placings 200 Back 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free Points All-P.L. Team

Mac Anthony



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‘10 PL –– 2 1 1 57 1st

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Athletic Honors –– Earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2010 and ‘11 ... earned 2010 and ‘11 Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-America honors from CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Advanced to the championship final in a trio of events at the Patriot League Meet ... placed second in the 100 fly, third in the 200 fly and sixth in the 200 IM ... won the 100 fly race three times during the regular season and the 200 fly and 200 IM events once each ... also placed second 12 times on the year ... 2009-10 –– Recorded a trio of top-four finishes at the Patriot League Meet in the 100 fly (third), 200 fly (third) and 200 IM (fourth), setting season-best times in all three events ... totaled 12 second-place finishes in the butterfly events during the regular season ... 2008-09 –– Won the 200 fly at the ECAC Meet with a season-best time of 1:47.96 ... also placed seventh in the 200 IM and 10th in the 100 fly at the meet with season-best times in both events ... High School –– Graduated from Marmion Academy ... also attended Glenbard West High School for two years ... earned AllAmerica honors in swimming during his senior year ... attended Hargrave Military Academy for one year prior to arriving at Navy ... Personal –– Brrother, Matt, also is a member of the Navy swimming team ... Economics major.


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Sean Bagent

Dain Bomberger

Ben Bondurant

Junior • Norcross, Ga.

Freshman • Lititz, Pa.

Junior • Atlanta, Ga.

Sprint Freestyle

Sprint Freestyle

Butterfly • Individual Medley

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List three times, to the Superintendent’s List in one term and to the Dean’s List once ... was named to the 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Posted a trio of top-three finishes at the ECAC Championship ... placed second in the 50 free and third in both the 100 and 200 free ... improved upon his previously established careerbest times in each of the three events at the meet ... recorded times of 20.80 in the 50 free, 45.87 in the 100 free and 1:41.68 in the 200 free ... 2009-10 –– Placed ninth in the 100 and 200 free races and 15th in the 500 free at the ECAC Meet ... set season-best times in each of the events at the meet ... High School –– Graduated from Norcross High School ... earned all-state (Ga.) laurels in swimming as a senior ... scored the most points on the team during the 2009 season ... garnered Academic All-America honors during his junior year when he served as the captain of the swimming team ... Personal –– Quantitative economics major.

High School –– Graduated from Warwick High School ... competed on the swimming team during each of his four years ... won the state title in the 50 free during his senior season ... garnered AllAmerica laurels in both sprint freestyle events as a junior and senior ... served as the vice president of his graduating class.

Top Navy Yard Times 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free

20.80 45.87 1:41.68 4:42.19

Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Superintendent’s List three times and to the Commandant’s List four times ... earned a spot on the 2011 Patriot League AllAcademic Team ... named to the 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Honors –– Named First-Team All-Patriot League in 2011 ... earned 2011 Honorable Mention Mid-Major AllAmerica honors from CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Won the 200 IM and placed second in the 200 fly at the Patriot League Meet ... placed 13th in the trial heats of the 400 IM at the championship, but did not swim in the event’s consolation final ... posted career-best times in all three events at the meet (1:47.06, 200 fly; 1:48.91, 200 IM; 4:00.80, 400 IM) ... won the 200 IM against Army and again vs. UMBC during the regular season ... also recorded seven second-place showings on the year ... 2009-10 –– Placed second in the 400 IM, third in the 200 fly and seventh in the 200 IM at the ECAC Meet ... recorded season-best times in each at the championship ... High School –– Graduated from The Westminster Schools ... was a member of state title-winning swimming teams in his first three years at the school ... garnered all-state (Ga.) and All-America laurels as both a junior and senior ... selected as the MVP of his swimming team as a senior ... Personal –– Ocean engineering major.

Top Navy Yard Times Championship Meet Placings 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free Points

‘10 ECAC –– 9 9 15 20

100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM

‘11 ECAC 2 3 3 –– 49

49.53 1:47.06 1:48.91 4:00.80

Dec. 9, 2010 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 18, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM Points All-P.L. Team

Sean Bagent



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‘11 PL 2 1 DNS 37 1st


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Tanner Bosch

Seth Connor

Senior • Kansas City, Mo.

Freshman • Union Hall, Va.

Diving

Breaststroke

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List in two terms ... named to the 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Lone meet he competed in during the year was against Army ... placed 10th on the three meter and 11th on the one meter ... 2009-10 –– Placed fifth on the three meter and 14th on the one meter at the Patriot League Meet ... won the three meter against American ... 2008-09 –– Placed third on the three meter against both Maryland and Harvard ... High School –– Graduated from Liberty High School ... earned four letters as a member of the school’s diving team ... received a trio of all-conference accolades over his career ... qualified for the 2007 National Junior Olympics on both springboard events ... Personal –– Aerospace engineering major.

Conor Campbell

Championship Meet Placings

Conor Campbell

Alex Cook Freshman • Pittsburgh, Pa. Breaststroke High School –– Graduated from Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School ... competed on the school’s swimming team in each of his four years ... earned Scholastic All-America honors in each of his final three seasons.

Sophomore • Manassas, Va.

‘10 PL 14 5 17

Backstroke • Individual Medley

Dan Bowden Freshman • Charlotte, N.C. Backstroke • Sprint Freestyle High School –– Graduated from Ardrey Kell High School ... competed with his team at three state meets ... was tabbed as the MVP of the team three times.

Athletic Honors –– named Second-Team All-Patriot League in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Scored points in three events at the Patriot League Championship ... placed second in the 200 back, sixth in the 100 back and won the consolation final of the 400 IM ... set season-best times in all three events at the meet ... posted clockings of 51.01 in the 100 back, 1:46.92 in the 200 back and 3:59.37 in the 400 IM ... enters this season with the No. 4 200 back time in Navy history ... won four 200 back races during the regular season, with four additional second-place showings ... High School –– Graduated from Osbourn High School ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team ... garnered all-city honors as both a junior and senior ... also tabbed as the team’s MVP in 2010 ... Personal –– History major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 200 Back 200 IM 400 IM

51.01 1:46.92 1:54.76 3:59.37

Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Nov. 18, 2010 Feb. 18, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 200 Back 400 IM Points All-P.L. Team

‘11 PL 6 2 9 39 2nd



Hugh Davison Sophomore • Towson, Md. Middle Freestyle Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List for the 2010 fall semester ... Athletic Honors –– Earned 2011 Honorable Mention MidMajor All-America honors from CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Won the 100 free against Yale, with four additional second-place showings in the event ... also placed second three times in the 200 free ... his best times in both events came against Army (45.25 and 1:38.08) ... High School –– Graduated from Loyola Blakefield High School ... competed on the school’s swimming and water polo teams ... won a combined five conference titles in the two sports ... in swimming, earned four all-conference honors while also earning All-America laurels ... Personal –– Systems engineering major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Free 200 Free

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Dec. 9, 2010 Dec. 9, 2010

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High School –– Graduated from Green Hope High School ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team.


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Billy Draves

Andrew Feeney

Freshman • Gilbertsville, Pa.

Junior • Norcross, Ga.

Butterfly • Individual Medley

Breaststroke

High School –– Graduated from Boyertown Area Senior High School ... competed on the school’s swimming team in each of his four years ... garnered All-America accolades during his junior season ... Personal –– William Arthur Draves IV ... born Aug. 31, 1992, in Norristown, Pa. ... sister, Shannon, is a junior swimmer at Ohio State.

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Joe Esposito Freshman • Langhorne, Pa. Diving High School –– Graduated from Holy Ghost Prep ... placed second at the 2011 state championship ... previously won the 2010 AAU platform national title.

Academic Honors –– Has been named to the Navy’s Commandant’s List three times ... named to the 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Finished in third place in the 200 breast and fourth place in the 100 breast at the ECAC Championship ... established new career-best times in both events (56.59, 2:02.77) and in the 200 IM (1:58.64) at the meet ... also helped Navy win the 400 medley relay event at the championship ... won a trio of 100 breast races during the regular season ... placed second on seven occasions in one of the breaststroke events ... 2009-10 –– Placed 10th in the 100 breast and 11th in the 200 breast at the ECAC Championship ... set season-best times in both events at the meet ... High School –– Graduated from Norcross High School ... won state titles in the 100 breaststroke as a senior ... earned AllAmerica status in the event as a senior ... selected as the captain of the team as a senior ... garnered all-state accolades in both 2008 and ‘09 ... served as a vice president of his senior class ... Personal –– Economics major.

Ben Freedman

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM

56.59 2:02.77 1:58.64

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM Points

‘10 ECAC 10 11 –– 13

Andrew Feeney

‘11 ECAC 4 3 DNS 31

Sophomore • Kennewick, Wash. Diving Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List twice and to the Dean’s List once ... 2010-11 –– Placed sixth on the three meter and seventh on the one meter at the Patriot League Championship ... went on to place 37th on the one meter, 38th on the three meter and 10th on the platform at the NCAA Zone A Diving Championship ... High School –– Graduated from The Woodlands High School ... won the 2009 age group national title on the tower ... placed sixth at the 2010 national championship in synchronized diving ... also was a 2006 junior national semifinalist in gymnastics ... Personal –– Brother graduated from Navy in 2007 ... systems engineering major.

Championship Meet Placings 1-Meter 3-Meter Points



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‘11 PL 7 6 25


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Andrew Golankiewicz

Ben Grove

Andrew Gsell

Sophomore • Winchester, Va.

Senior • Mt. Holly, N.J.

Breaststroke • Individual Medley

Breaststroke • Individual Medley

Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List for the 2011 spring semester ... named to the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Placed sixth in the 200 back and eighth in the 100 back at the ECAC Championship ... posted season-best times of 1:51.67 and 51.73, respectively, in the events at the meet ... also helped Navy win the 400 medley relay at the event ... High School –– Graduated from Fairfield College Prep ... earned letters in each of his four seasons ... set the state record in winning the 100 backstroke at the state meet during his senior season ... garnered All-America honors in three of his four seasons ... was a member of the National Honor Society... Personal –– Mother played softball at Rutgers ... oceanography major.

2010-11 –– Placed third in the 100 breast, eighth in the 200 breast and 11th in the 200 IM at the ECAC Championship ... also helped Navy win the 400 medley relay at the meet ... established season-best times in each of his events at the championship ... posted clockings of 56.40 in the 100 breast, 2:05.05 in the 200 breast and 1:55.44 in the 200 IM ... won both breaststroke events during the regular season against Johns Hopkins ... High School –– Graduated from Handley High School ... competed on the swimming team in each of his four years ... won the state title in the 100 breaststroke as both a junior and senior ... set the state record in both efforts ... served as the team captain ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– History major.

Academic Honors –– Was named to Navy’s Commandant’s List for the 2009 spring semester ... 2010-11 –– Won the 200 IM and placed second in the 200 breast against Johns Hopkins ... also finished in seventh place in the 100 breast in that meet ... 2009-10 –– Placed eighth in the 400 IM and 12th in the 200 breast at the ECAC Championship ... set career-best times in both events and in the 100 breast at the meet ... 2008-09 –– Posted season-best times in both the 100 breast and 400 IM against Harvard ... High School –– Graduated from Rancocas Valley Regional High School ... earned four letters in swimming at the school ... the team won league titles during each of his four years ... individually, selected as the MVP of the team for both his junior and senior years ... earned second-team allstate (N.J.) honors in the 500 free as a senior ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– Ocean engineering major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 200 Back 200 IM

51.57 1:51.67 2:01.81

Top Navy Yard Times Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Nov. 18, 2010

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 200 Back Points

100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM

56.40 2:05.05 1:55.44

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011

Championship Meet Placings

‘11 ECAC 6 8 24

100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM Points

‘11 ECAC 3 8 11 33

100 Breast 200 Breast 400 IM Points

Junior • Dallas, Texas Sprint Freestyle 2010-11 –– Placed fourth in the 50 free against Johns Hopkins and eighth in the event against Maryland ... 2009-10 –– Tied for ninth in the 100 free at the Navy Invite ... High School –– Graduated from Flower Mound High School ... garnered All-America status in swimming in each of his four seasons ... was a member of the school’s state title-winning 200 freestyle relay team during his senior year ... the swimming team placed second in the state that year, while winning district titles in each of his four years ... Personal –– Political science major.

Top Navy Yard Times 55.06 22.32 48.03

Jan. 30, 2010 Jan. 30, 2010 Jan. 30, 2010

Andrew Gsell



1:00.48 2:07.96 4:09.55

Championship Meet Placings

Trey Gregory

100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Breast 200 Breast 400 IM

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‘10 ECAC DNS 12 8 16

Feb. 27, 2010 Feb. 28, 2010 Feb. 27, 2010

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Sophomore • Union Beach, N.J. Backstroke • Individual Medley


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Luke Hoffer

Ben Hagan Freshman • Hershey, Pa.

Sophomore • Chapel Hill, N.C.

Sophomore • Hornell, N.Y.

Backstroke

Breaststroke

Backstroke • Sprint Freestyle

Academic Honors –– Garnered 2011 Honorable Mention Scholar-All-America honors from the CSCAA ... named to the Commandant’s List twice and to the Dean’s List once ... named to the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Honors –– Named First-Team All-Patriot League in 2011 ... earned 2011 Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-America honors from CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Won the 100 breast and placed second in the 200 breast at the Patriot League Championship ... also helped Navy win both medley relay events at the meet ... won both breaststroke events against Army ... posted season-best times of 55.62 (No. 2 at Navy) and 1:58.87 (No. 3 at Navy), respectively, against the Black Knights ... was tabbed as both the Patriot League and the National Swimmer of the Week following the meet ... totaled 10 wins and three second-place finishes in his 13 breaststroke races during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from East Chapel Hill High School ... was a fouryear member of the school’s swimming team ... won a combined four state titles over the course of his junior and senior years in the 200 breaststroke (two), 1000 free and the mile ... also won the 200 breast long course state crown ... garnered All-America honors in the 100 breast in his final two years ... was a member of the National French Honor Society ... Personal –– Math major.

Athletic Honors –– Selected as the 2011 Patriot League Rookie of the Year ... also earned first-team all-league honors as a freshman ... earned 2011 Honorable Mention Mid-Major AllAmerica honors from CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Won the 100 back and both sprint freestyle events at the Patriot League Meet ... was a member of Navy’s victorious 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay teams at the meet ... also established season-best times in each of his three events at the championship ... posted clockings of 20.39 in the 50 free, 44.15 in the 100 free and 49.66 in the 100 back ... posted seven wins in the sprint free events during the regular season ... selected as the Patriot League Swimmer of the Week on Nov. 8 ... High School –– Graduated from Woodberry Forest High School ... also attended Carthage Central School over the course of his prep career ... garnered All-America honors in swimming as both a junior and senior in the sprint freestyle events and in a trio of relay events ... set the state record in the 50 free as a senior ... totaled four individual event state titles ... Personal –– Father serves in the Army ... economics major.

High School –– Graduated from Hershey High School ... earned four letters on the school’s swimming team ... helped Hershey win a trio of state titles ... individually, totaled six all-state (Pa.) accolades in his career ... earned All-America honors in the 100 backstroke ... served as his class president in each of his four years.

Charlie Hetzel

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Zach Ingold

Senior • Weddington, N.C. Butterfly • Individual Medley Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List three times ... 2010-11 –– Placed third in both butterfly events and fifth in the 200 IM at the ECAC Championship ... also helped Navy win the two medley relay events at the championship ... 2009-10 –– Finished in seventh place in the 100 fly, eighth place in the 200 fly and 15th place in the 200 IM at the ECAC Championship ... 2008-09 –– Placed third in the 200 fly, fourth in the 100 fly and 14th in the 200 IM at the ECAC Meet ... recorded season-best times in each of the three events at the championship ... 2008 Summer –– Competed in the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100 butterfly (101st) ... High School –– Graduated from Charlotte Catholic High School ... tabbed as the North Carolina High School Swimmer of the Year following his senior season ... helped Charlotte Catholic to a state title and was a member of two state record-setting relay teams .... also selected as the MVP of the state meet ... tabbed as the 2008 Charlotte Observer North Carolina High School Athlete of the Year ... Personal –– International relations major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

55.56 1:58.87 1:54.84

Dec. 9, 2010 Dec. 9, 2010 Feb. 17, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM Points All-P.L. Team

‘11 PL 1 2 DNS 37 1st

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 50 Free 100 Free Points All-P.L. Team

‘11 PL 1 1 1 60 1st

Sprint Freestyle

49.25 1:49.32 1:53.43

‘09 ECAC 4 3 14 34

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011

Freshman • Austin Texas

Feb. 28, 2009 March 1, 2009 Feb. 27, 2009

High School –– Graduated from the Liberal Arts & Science Academy ... earned four letters as a member of the school’s swimming team ... earned first-team all-state (Texas) accolades in a pair of events during his senior year ... also earned All-America and Academic All-America honors that year ... Personal –– Brother is a senior on the swimming team at Boston University.

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM Points

49.66 20.39 44.15

McCrae Kempf

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 50 Free 100 Free

‘10 ECAC 7 8 15 25

‘11 ECAC 3 3 5 46



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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G K.C. Linn

Wil Mayo

Drew Mays

Sophomore • The Woodlands, Texas

Senior • Southlake, Texas

Backstroke • Sprint Freestyle

Diving

Backstroke • Distance Freestyle

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List three times and to the Dean’s List once ... Athletic Honors –– Earned Second-Team AllPatriot League honors in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Placed sixth in the 100 free and won the consolation final in both the 50 free and 200 free at the Patriot League Championship ... also helped Navy win the 200 free and 400 free relay events at the meet ... set career-best times in all three events at the meet ... posted times of 20.91 in the 50 free, 45.97 in the 100 free and 1:41.00 in the 200 free ... 2009-10 –– Placed third in the 100 free, seventh in the 50 free and tied for 12th in the 100 back at the ECAC Championship ... set season-best times in each event at the meet ... 2008-09 –– Posted season-best times in the 100 back and 50 and 100 free events at Patriot League Meet ... High School –– Graduated from Hart High School ... earned three letters as a member of the school’s swimming team and two as a football player ... selected as the MVP of his swimming team during his senior season ... Personal –– Brother, Mike, graduated from Navy in 2006 and was a member of the swimming team ... ocean engineering major.

2010-11 –– Placed second on the one meter and sixth on the three meter at the ECAC Championship ... finished in 22nd place on the one meter, 24th place on the three meter and ninth place on the platform at the NCAA Zone A Diving Championship ... posted six top-three finishes during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from The Woodlands High School ... helped his team win multiple Junior National titles and National titles ... placed sixth in synchronized diving at the 2010 national championship ... garnered All-America honors in each of his final three seasons ... was a member of the National Honor Society and served as the president of the National English Honor Society ... Personal –– History major.

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List five times and to the Dean’s List once ... named to the 2010 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Scored points in three events at the ECAC Championship ... placed fourth in the 200 back, ninth in the 500 free and 11th in the 100 back ... set new career-best times in both backstroke events at the meet (52.20, 1:49.09) ... 2009-10 –– Placed second in the 200 back, fourth in the 500 free and eighth in the 100 back at the ECAC Championship ... attained career-best clockings in each event at the meet ... won the 500 free at the Navy Invite ... 2008-09 –– Placed third in the 1650 free, seventh in the 500 free and eighth in the 200 back at ECAC Meet ... set season-best times in each event at the championship ... High School –– Graduated from Southlake Carroll High School ... helped the school’s swimming team to a pair of regional titles ... individually, garnered all-state (Texas) and All-America honors during his junior and senior years ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– Systems engineering major.

Championship Meet Placings 1-Meter 3-Meter Points

‘11 ECAC 2 6 30

Top Navy Yard Times

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

52.93 20.91 45.97 1:41.00

100 Back 200 Back 500 Free 1650 Free

Feb. 27, 2010 Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 18, 2011

100 Back 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free Points All-P.L. Team

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Nov. 20, 2010

Championship Meet Placings

Championship Meet Placings ‘10 ECAC T-12 7 3 –– 32.5 ––

52.20 1:49.09 4:34.38 15:59.95

‘11 PL –– 9 6 9 31 2nd

100 Back 200 Back 500 Free 1650 Free Points

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‘10 ECAC 8 2 4 –– 43

‘11 ECAC 11 4 9 –– 30

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Senior • Newhall, Calif.


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Mark Meyer Senior • Bethesda, Md.

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Butterfly • Individual Medley Academic Honors –– Garnered Honorable Mention All-Scholar Athlete laurels from the CSCAA in 2009 ... has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s Lists in six semesters and to the Dean’s List three times ... was placed onto the 2011 Patriot League All-Academic Team ... also was named to the 2009, ‘10 and ‘11 Patriot League Academic Honor Rolls ... Athletic Honors –– Has been named First-Team All-Patriot League in each of his three years ... earned 2010 Honorable Mention Mid-Major AllAmerica laurels from CollegeSwimming.com and garnered first-team accolades in 2011 ... has posted a 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials cut time in the 200 fly ... 2010-11 –– Placed 29th in the trial heats of the 200 fly at the NCAA Championship ... won the 200 fly, placed second in the 200 IM and third in the 100 fly at the Patriot League Meet ... recorded times of 49.06 in the 100 fly, 1:44.80 in the 200 fly and 1:49.57 in the 200 IM ... posted 10 wins in 11 200 fly races during the regular season ... also tallied five 100 fly wins on the year ... tabbed as the Patriot League Swimmer of the Week on Nov. 1 ... 2010 Summer –– Competed at the U.S. Summer Nationals ... 2009-10 –– Placed second in the 200 fly, fourth in the 100 back and sixth in the 200 IM at the Patriot League Championship ... helped Navy win the 200 medley and 400 medley relay titles at the championship ... totaled eight individual event victories and 12 second-place showings during the regular season ... 2009 Summer –– Competed at the USA Swimming World Championship Trials ... advanced to the C final (sixth place) in the 200 fly ... 200809 –– Placed second in the 200 fly, third in the 200 IM and sixth in the 100 fly ... posted eight wins in the 100 fly and three in the 200 fly, plus 16 second-place showings in the two events during the regular season ... 2008 Summer –– Competed at the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200 fly (36th) ... High School –– Graduated from Walt Whitman High School ... earned All-America honors in his last three seasons ... won division crowns in the 50 free (2007), 100 fly (‘07 & ‘08) and 200 free (‘08) ... also won several county titles and earned multiple all-area honors ... Personal –– Was a teammate of older brother Adam (‘10) for two seasons at Navy ... previously, mother (‘80), father (‘80) and uncle (‘82) all graduated from Navy ... systems engineering major.

Mark Meyer

Sean Murphy

Riley Mita Freshman • Stevenson Ranch, Calif.

Sophomore • Hudson, Ohio

Distance Freestyle

Breaststroke • Individual Medley

High School –– Graduated from West Ranch High School ... was a member of the school’s swimming team ... won Foothill League titles in the 200 free and 500 free in each of his four years ... placed third in the CIF’s Southern Section in the 500 free as a junior ... garnered All-America honors in both events as a junior and senior ... has qualified for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials in the 1500 freestyle ... was a member of the National Honor Society.

Academic Honors –– Was named to Navy’s Commandant’s List for the 2011 spring semester ... Athletic Honors –– Garnered Second-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Placed third in the 200 breast and fourth in the 100 breast at the Patriot League Championship ... competed in, but did not score points in the 200 IM at the meet ... High School –– Graduated from Walsh Jesuit High School ... earned four letters in both swimming and golf ... his 2010 swimming team won its district crown and placed second at the state meet ... he garnered All-America honors in the 100 breaststroke individually that year ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– Ocean engineering major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM

50.90 49.06 1:44.80 1:49.57

Top Navy Yard Times

Feb. 19, 2010 Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011

100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM

Championship Meet Placings

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM Points All-P.L. Team

‘09 PL –– 6 2 3 46 1st

56.33 2:02.95 1:54.63

‘10 PL 4 –– 2 6 45 1st

‘11 PL –– 3 1 2 53 1st

100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM Points All-P.L. Team



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‘11 PL 4 3 DNS 31 2nd

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G William Norton

Chris Nyaradi

Senior • Tyler, Texas

Freshman • Bend, Ore.

Distance Freestyle

Distance Freestyle High School –– Graduated from Summit High School ... earned four letters as a member of the school’s swimming team ... helped the team win a trio of state titles ... individually, won the state title in the 200 and 500 free events as a senior ... Personal –– Brother swam on the collegiate level at UC Santa Barbara and at Texas.

John Ojard Junior • Ellicott City, Md. Distance Freestyle Academic Honors –– Was named to Navy’s Commandant’s List once ... 2010-11 –– Placed fifth in the 1650 free and eighth in both the 200 and 500 free events at the ECAC Championship ... set a new career-best time of 1:40.81 in the 200 free at the meet ... selected as the Patriot League Swimmer of the Week on Feb. 14 after winning the 400 and 800 free events against Johns Hopkins ... 2009-10 –– Won the 1650 free while placing second in the 500 free and fifth in the 200 free at the ECAC Championship ... set season-best times in both events and in the 1000 free at the meet ... High School –– Graduated from St. Paul’s School ... earned Scholastic All-America honors ... named to the 2009 All-Maryland squad ... academically, was named to the Cum Laude Society ... Personal –– Systems engineering major.

William Norton

Top Navy Yard Times 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free

1:38.34 4:25.27 9:19.88 15:26.63

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free Points All-P.L. Team

‘09 ECAC 4 3 2 48 ––

‘10 ECAC 1 1 2 57 ––

‘11 PL 2 3 3 49 1st

Top Navy Yard Times 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free

1:40.81 4:29.13 9:26.82 15:38.59

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Dec. 9, 2010 Feb. 28, 2010

Championship Meet Placings 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free Points

John Ojard



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‘10 ECAC 5 2 1 51

‘11 ECAC 8 8 5 36

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Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List two times ... Athletic Honors –– Tabbed as the 2010 Co-ECAC Swimmer of the Meet ... earned 2010 and ‘11 Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-America honors from CollegeSwimming.com ... garnered First-Team AllPatriot League laurels in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Placed second in the 200 free and third in both the 500 free and 1650 free at the Patriot League Meet ... set new career-best times in each of the three events at the meet ... recorded times of 1:38.34 in the 200 free, 4:25.27 in the 500 free and 15:26.63 in the 1650 free ... 2009-10 –– Won the 200 free and the 500 free and placed second in the 1650 free at the ECAC Championship ... recorded careerbest times in each of the three events at the meet ... won a trio of 200 free races during the regular season to go along with 15 second-place finishes in his varied events ... 2008-09 –– Posted four season-best times at the ECAC Meet ... placed second in the 1650 free, third in the 500 free and fourth in the 200 free at the championship ... totaled 11 second-place finishes in the 800m/1000y free in 14 races during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Grace Community High School ... competed on the swimming and cross country teams at the school and served as the team captain of both programs ... garnered all-state (Texas) accolades in swimming during each of his four years and helped the squad to a share of the state title as a junior ... Personal –– Ocean engineering major.


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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Robbie Parker

Mike Peribonio

Danny Quinn

Junior • Vienna, Va.

Sophomore • Atlanta, Ga.

Junior • Queenstown, Md.

Sprint Freestyle

Backstroke • Individual Medley

Butterfly • Sprint Freestyle

Athletic Honors –– Named First-Team All-Patriot League in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Placed second in the 50 free and fifth in both the 100 fly and 100 free events at the Patriot League Championship ... set new career-best times in each of the three events at the meet ... recorded times of 20.49 in the 50 free, 49.39 in the 100 fly and 45.84 in the 100 free at the championship ... 2009-10 –– Won the 50 free while placing second in the 100 fly and 15th in the 100 free at the ECAC Championship ... set season-best times in all three events at the meet ... High School –– Graduated from James Madison High School ... won a trio of state titles as a senior: 50 free, 200 free relay, 400 free relay ... earned All-American status in the 50 free, 100 free and 100 fly in 2009 ... set the state record in the 50 free ... Personal –– Political science major.

2010-11 –– Did not compete on the swimming team at Navy ... High School –– Graduated from North Gwinnett High School ... attended the Doral Academy for his freshman year ... totaled four letters in swimming ... selected as the team’s rookie of the year as a freshman ... also was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– information technology major.

2010-11 –– Advanced to the championship final in three events at the ECAC Championship ... placed fourth in the 50 free, fifth in the 200 free and sixth in the 100 free at the meet ... set new career-best times in each of the three events at the meet ... also helped Navy win the 200 free, 400 free and 200 medley relay events at the championship ... posted clockings of 20.68 in the 50 free, 46.15 in the 100 free and 1:41.32 in the 200 free ... the best 100 fly time of his career (50.63) was set at the Maryland State Meet ... 2009-10 –– Placed seventh in the 100 free, ninth in the 100 fly and tied for 13th in the 50 free at the Navy Invite ... High School –– Graduated from St. Mary’s High School ... selected as the MVP of the school’s swimming team during each of his four years ... also named to the All-Maryland Swim Team in 2009 ... garnered Scholatic AllAmerica honors ... attended Mercersburg Academy for one year prior to arriving at Navy ... Personal –– Comparative politics major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free

49.39 20.49 45.84

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free Points All-P.L. Team

‘10 ECAC 2 1 15 39 ––

‘11 PL 5 2 5 45 1st

D.J. Principato Sophomore • Easton, Pa. Diving 2010-11 –– Placed 11th on the one meter and 13th on the three meter at the ECAC Championship ... High School –– Graduated from Notre Dame High School ... competed in both diving and track at the school ... in diving, placed first in the district as both a junior and senior as well as third in the state in 2010 ... garnered all-city accolades in the sport during his final season ... served as the captain of the track team as a senior ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– Information technology major.

Championship Meet Placings 1-Meter 3-Meter Points

‘11 ECAC 11 13 10

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Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

50.63 20.68 46.15 1:41.32

Championship Meet Placings 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free Points

‘11 ECAC 4 6 5 42

March 2, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Michael Richline

Joseph Stark

Kevin Stoddard

Freshman • Goshen, Ind.

Junior • Erie, Pa.

Freshman • Highlands Ranch, Colo.

Sprint Freestyle

Backstroke • Individual Medley

Middle Freestyle

High School –– Graduated from Concord High School ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team ... garnered all-conference, team MVP and Academic AllAmerican honors as a senior ... also served as the team captain and won a sectional title that year ... Personal –– Father played four years of college football at Pittsburgh, while mom was a four-year member of the Pitt gymnastics team.

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List three times ... Athletic Honors –– Earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2010 and second-team accolades in ‘11 ... 2010-11 –– Placed fourth in both backstroke events and seventh in the 400 IM at the Patriot League Meet ... set career-best times in all three events at the championship ... posted times of 50.23 in the 100 back, 1:49.79 in the 200 back and 3:58.69 in the 400 IM ... won the 100 back against Yale and Maryland during the regular season, as well as the 100 breast against George Mason ... 2009-10 –– Tied for second in the 200 breast and placed fifth in both the 100 back and 200 IM at the Patriot League Meet ... set season-best times in all three events at the meet ... won the 100 back and 200 breast against Maryland ... also won the 200 breast against American, Bucknell and Lafayette ... High School –– Graduated from Cathedral Prep School ... competed in both swimming and water polo at the school ... placed 14th in the 200 IM at Junior Nationals ... garnered all-state (Pa.) and AllAmerica honors during each of his final three seasons ... tabbed as the team MVP as a junior and senior ... Personal –– Naval architecture major.

Sophomore • Kailua, Hawaii Butterfly 2010-11 –– Placed sixth in the 100 fly and 13th in the 200 fly at the ECAC Championship ... also competed in the 100 back at the meet but did not score points in the event ... posted season-best times in each of the three events at the championship ... recorded clockings of 52.59 in the 100 back, 50.47 in the 100 fly and 1:55.63 in the 200 fly ... High School –– Graduated from the Iolani School ... garnered four letters as a member of the school’s swimming team ... helped the program win the state title during his senior season ... earned All-America laurels in each of his four years ... Personal –– English major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly

52.59 50.47 1:55.63

Championship Meet Placings 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free Points

Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011

John Stuy Freshman • Carmel, Ind. Breaststroke • Individual Medley High School –– Graduated from Carmel High School ... earned four letters as a member of the school’s swimming team ... helped the squad win a pair of state titles ... individually, garnered all-conference and All-America honors as a junior and senior ... also received a trio of Academic All-America nods.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 200 Back 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM

50.23 1:49.79 2:03.25 1:51.15 3:58.69

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 20, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010 Feb. 18, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 200 Back 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM Points All-P.L. Team

‘10 PL 5 –– T-2 5 –– 44.5 1st

‘11 PL 4 4 –– –– 7 42 2nd

‘11 ECAC 4 6 5 42

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Geramiah Simoes

High School –– Graduated from Mountain Vista High School ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team ... helped the program win the state title during his junior season ... individually, served as the team captain as a senior while earned all-state (Colo.) and All-America honors that same year.


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Brian Sweeney

Justin Vagts

Brendan Walsh

Sophomore • Ellicott City, Md.

Junior • Crofton, Md.

Freshman • New York, N.Y.

Breaststroke • Sprint Freestyle

Distance Freestyle • Individual Medley

Backstroke • Sprint Freestyle

Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List twice and to the Superintendent’s List once ... named to the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Placed ninth in the 50 free, 10th in the 100 free and 12th in the 100 fly at the ECAC Championship ... posted times of 21.23 (50 free), 46.38 (100 free) and 51.06 (100 fly) at the meet ... also helped Navy win the 200 and 400 freestyle relay events at the meet ... High School –– Graduated from the McDonogh School ... competed on the school’s swimming and water polo teams ... served as the captain of both teams over the course of his prep career ... in swimming, earned Scholastic All-America honors as both a junior and senior ... Personal –– Chemistry major.

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List three times and to the Dean’s List once ... Athletic Honors –– Tabbed as the 2010 Patriot League Rookie of the Meet while also garnering FirstTeam All-Patriot League honors ... also received first-team laurels in ‘11 ... earned 2010 Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-America honors and ‘11 first-team accolades from CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Placed 25th in the 1650 freestyle event at the NCAA Championship ... won the 1650 free, placed second in the 400 IM and fourth in the 500 free at the Patriot League Meet ... his time of 15:04.11 in the 1650 free at the meet ranks second in Navy history ... also established a new career-best time of 4:24.04 in the 500 free and 9:08.73 in the 1000 free at the meet won the 1650 free against Army during the regular season ... 2010 Summer –– Competed at the U.S. Summer Nationals ... 2009-10 –– Won the 400 IM, placed second in the 1650 free and third in the 500 free at the Patriot League Championship ... recorded season-best times in all three events at the meet ... won the 1500 free against Army ... High School –– Graduated from South River High School ... earned a trio of letters in swimming ... helped the team to a county crown in 2007 ... garnered all-county honors in swimming as a junior ... garnered Scholastic All-America honors ... Personal –– Father graduated from Navy in 1981 ... one brother swam at the Merchant Marine Academy, while sister competed in water polo at Maryland ... younger brother is a freshman on the MIT swimming team ... naval architecture major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free

51.06 21.23 46.38

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free Points

‘11 ECAC 12 9 10 21

Gage Trotter

Top Navy Yard Times

Sophomore • Conroe, Texas Backstroke • Butterfly 2010-11 –– Broke the Navy and Patriot League record in the 100 backstroke with a clocking of 48.54 at the Maryland Open Meet ... also posted his season-best time of 48.78 in the 100 fly at the meet ... recorded his top 200 back time on the year (1:49.03) against Princeton ... High School –– Graduated from Conroe High School ... competed on the school’s swimming team in each of his four years ... Personal –– Grandfather graduated from Navy in 1952 ... economics major.

500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free 400 IM

4:24.04 9:08.73 15:04.11 3:53.11

Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 19, 2010

Championship Meet Placings 500 Free 1650 Free 400 IM Points All-P.L. Team

‘10 PL 3 2 1 53 1st

‘11 PL 4 1 2 52 1st

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 48.54•^ 200 Back 1:48.86 100 Fly 48.78 1:48.88 200 Fly • = Navy Record; ^ = Patriot League Record

High School –– Graduated from the Peddie School ... totaled three letters in swimming at the school ... served as the captain of the squad as a senior ... helped the team win its conference title during his final year ... individually, won the 2011 conference title in the 100 backstroke.

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G 2011-12 Women’s Team Season Outlook Overall Outlook

Backstroke

Returners

Returners

 22 of 32 2011 letterwinners  493 of 612 individual event points scored at the 2011 Patriot League Meet  151 of 179.5 individual event points scored at the 2011 ECAC Meet

      

Newcomers

 Navy welcomes 10 newcomers to its program

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John Morrison on the Overall Outlook

Lauren Baguley Hollis Capuano Kellie Darmody Olivia Kosaka Maddie Macfarlane Bryn Moriarty Toni Paruso

Newcomers

Team Captain Mary-Elyse Janowski

“Every Olympic year provides excitement in our sport. This will definitely be an exciting year for our program. We have many swimmers who are very close to qualifying for the Olympic Trials, which is a real thrill and is a testament to our ever improving program. Even more exciting is the youth of our team. Our three seniors are proven leaders. They will feed off the youthful energy everyday and are up to the challenge of leading our team as it heads into the most demanding dual meet schedule in program history. I am optimistic about being very competitive in every meet, and we will continue to challenge for a conference championship. The long term goal for our team is to be a Top 20 team at NCAA Championships. This season will mark our next big step toward reaching that goal. I am certain in this team’s confidence and passion, as well as its training and racing abilities, to take this next step. It is sure to be an exciting year.”

 Brianna Bilunas  Alex Lundgren  Amanda Thach

John Morrison on the Backstroke “With the addition of Alex and Amanda, our deepest event in our program, backstroke, will remain strong for years to come. Kellie, Lauren, Olivia and Maddie will lead the way, just like they did last year. Overall, these six may become the top-six swimmers in the history of Navy backstrokers.”

Backstroke Notes Kellie Darmody placed second in the 100 back and third in the 200 back at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... she holds the school record in the former event and has posted the No. 2 time in the latter ... Hollis Capuano has recorded the second-fastest time in school history in the 100 back, with Toni Paruso posting the No. 3 time ... Lauren Baguley, Olivia Kosaka and Maddie Macfarlane all scored points in both backstroke events for the Mids at the 2011 league meet.

Breaststroke

Butterfly

Returners

Returners

      

 Jenn Abbott  Laura Gorinski  Colleen Randolph

Newcomers

 Sasha Westburg

John Morrison on the Breaststroke

“Laura is truly a great athlete and competitor. She will set the Laura Gorinski pace for Colleen, Jenn and Sasha. Even though our depth in this event is short, these four will make this one of the most competitive events in our program.”

Breaststroke Notes Laura Gorinksi has posted the top-10 times in Navy history in both breaststroke events ... she has won both breaststroke titles at each of the two Patriot League Championships she has competed in ... Jenn Abbott (seventh, 100 breast; 11th, 200 breast) also scored in both events at the 2011 league meet ... Colleen Randolph placed eighth in the 200 breast at the championship.

Kellie Darmody

Hollis Capuano Cat Cortesio Gina Grabowski Katherine Jones Toni Paruso Danielle Reminger Rheanna Vaughn

Newcomers

 Melissa Boughton

Toni Paruso

John Morrison on the Butterfly “Toni and Rheanna will remain the signature to our success in this event. We expect both will be swimming toward Olympic Trial qualification and score big in dual and championship meets. Cat, Danielle, Gina and Katherine will be right on their heels. It should be another great season for our butterfliers.”

Butterfly Notes Toni Paruso holds the Navy record in the 100 fly ... she placed second in both butterfly events at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Rheanna Vaughn is the school record holder in the 200 fly ... she won the 200 fly at last year’s league meet ... Cat Cortesio (eighth, 200 fly; ninth, 100 fly) also scored points for the Mids in both fly events at the championship.



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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Sprint Freestyle

Middle/Long Distance Freestyle

Returners

Returners

    

       

Hollis Capuano Cat Cortesio Kellie Darmody Toni Paruso Daphne Williams

Newcomers

 Alexandra Bilunas  Brianna Bilunas  Alex Lundgren

Hollis Capuano

Katie Davidson Mary-Elyse Janowski Katherine Jones Madison Jones Bryn Moriarty Haley Nowak Danielle Reminger Rheanna Vaughn

Newcomers

John Morrison on the Sprint Freestyle “Kellie, Hollis and Cat have proven they can move from other events and sprint. Alexandra and Briana Bilunas will add pure sprinting abilities that will definitely add to our sprint group. Toni will also help maintain a strong sprint presence in our league.”

Sprint Freestyle Notes

Melissa Boughton Sam Brennan Nikki Hyrkas Ange Sawick Amanda Thach Sarah Truskut Sasha Westburg

John Morrison on the Middle/Long Distance Freestyle “The bulk of our freshmen can swim these events, which will make us a better all-around team. Ange had a tremendous senior year in high school and will be an instant impact swimmer. Rheanna, Katie and Haley are coming off some solid summer training and will need to lead this group to successes this year. Bryn swam the mile at the league championship and will continue to see more time in the distance events. We look forward to having Nikki, Sam and Amanda race in Navy Blue and Gold.”

Middle/Long Distance Freestyle Notes Haley Nowak scored points for the Mids in each of the 200 (eighth), 500 (10th) and 1650 (eighth) freestyle events at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Rheanna Vaughn was Navy’s top finisher at the meet in the 500 free (fourth) ... Lauren Baugley placed 10th in the 500 free at the championship, while Bryn Moriarty finished in 11th place in the 1650 freestyle.

Individual Medley

Diving

Returners

Returners

      

 Jordyn Nicholl  Courtney Vandament

Jenn Abbott Laura Gorinski Gina Grabowski Olivia Kosaka Maddie Macfarlane Bryn Moriarty Colleen Randolph

Newcomers  None

Newcomers  None

Joe Suriano on the Divers “Courtney has the potential to win a Patriot League title. She Courtney Vandament has pretty dives with great toe point, and has the ability to get into the water without a splash. Jordan is an improving diver who is gaining strength. She is a talented diver who also has the ability to contend for a Patriot League title. She has been a potent weapon on one meter, but she needs to improve on her three-meter list with added degrees of difficulty.”

Bryn Moriarty

John Morrison on the Individual Medley “Laura has worked hard on developing her IM. We hope to see her make a run at both NCAA and Olympic Trial qualifying standards. Colleen and Jenn will also be pushed to the top of the league and have tremendous potential for making this event our strongest in the league. Gina, Maddie and Olivia will also see more time in this event.”

Diving Notes Courtney Vandament placed second on the three meter and eighth on the one meter at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Jordyn Nicholl finished in third place on the three meter and seventh on the one meter at the meet.

Individual Medley Notes Laura Gorinski holds the Navy records in both individual medley events ... she placed second in the 200 IM at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Colleen Randolph finished in second place in the 400 IM at the league meet ... Bryn Moriarty scored points for the Mids in both the 200 IM (ninth) and 400 IM (seventh) events at the meet.



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Kellie Darmody is the second-fastest swimmer in school history in the 50 free and is the No. 7 swimmer in the 100 free ... she placed fourth in the 50 free at the 2011 Patriot League Championship ... Hollis Capuano (seventh, 100 free; 16th, 50 free) and Daphne Williams (11th, 50 free; 15th, 100 free) are the lone Mids to have scored points in both sprint free events at the 2011 meet.

      

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2011-12 Navy Women’s Swimming & Diving Roster Name Jenn Abbott Lauren Baguley Alexandra Bilunas Brianna Bilunas Melissa Boughton Sam Brennan Hollis Capuano Cat Cortesio Kellie Darmody Katie Davidson Laura Gorinski Gina Grabowski Nikki Hyrkas Mary-Elyse Janowski Katherine Jones Madison Jones Olivia Kosaka Alex Lundgren Maddie Macfarlane Bryn Moriarty Jordyn Nicholl Haley Nowak Toni Paruso Colleen Randolph Danielle Reminger Ange Sawick Amanda Thach Sarah Truskut Courtney Vandament Rheanna Vaughn Sasha Westburg Daphne Williams

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

Event Hometown (High School) Breaststroke/Individual Medley Wilton, Conn. (Wilton) Backstroke Hudsonville, Mich. (Hudsonville) Sprint Freestyle Omaha, Neb. (Duchesne Academy) Backstroke/Sprint Freestyle Omaha, Neb. (Duchesne Academy) Butterfly/Middle Freestyle Great Mills, Md. (Great Mills) Distance Freestyle Stilwell, Kan. (Blue Valley) Backstroke/Butterfly/Sprint Freestyle Wallingford, Conn. (Sacred Heart Academy) Butterfly/Sprint Freestyle Downers Grove, Ill. (Benet Academy) Backstroke/Sprint Freestyle Charlotte, N.C. (Providence) Distance Freestyle Geneva, Fla. (Trinity) Breaststroke/Individual Medley Greensburg, Pa. (Hempfield) Butterfly/Individual Medley Lawrenceville, N.J. (Notre Dame) Distance Freestyle Frederick, Md. (Mercersburg Academy) Middle Freestyle New Hyde Park, N.Y. (Kellenberg Memorial) Butterfly/Distance Freestyle Dallas, Texas (Ursuline Academy) Distance Freestyle Camas, Wash. (Camas) Backstroke/Individual Medley Burien, Wash. (Holy Names Academy) Backstroke/Sprint Freestyle Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (The Bolles School) Backstroke/Individual Medley Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola) Backstroke/Middle Freestyle/Individual Medley Chesapeake, Va. (Hickory) Diving Acworth, Ga. (Excel Christian Academy) Distance Freestyle Manassas, Va. (Osbourn) Backstroke/Butterfly/Sprint Freestyle Savannah, Ga. (Savannah Arts Academy) Breaststroke/Individual Medley Annapolis, Md. (St. Mary’s) Butterfly/Middle Freestyle Wheaton, Ill. (Wheaton Warrenville) Distance Freestyle Abingdon, Pa. (Germantown Academy) Backstroke/Middle Freestyle Seattle, Wash. (Kennedy Catholic) Middle Freestyle Florence, Ky. (Larry A. Ryie) Diving Coppell, Texas (Coppell) Butterfly/Distance Freestyle Aliso Viejo, Calif. (Aliso Niguel) Breaststroke/Distance Freestyle Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (Mission Viejo) Sprint Freestyle Lebanon, Ill. (Visitation)

Head Coach –– John Morrison (North Carolina ‘91), Eighth Season Assistant Coach –– Rob Lias Jr. (Mount Union ‘00), Sixth Season Diving Coach –– Joe Suriano (Michigan ‘70), 34th Season Officer Representative –– Cmdr. Sara Saltzstein, USN Faculty Representative –– Maria Schroeder Team Captain –– Mary-Elyse Janowski

Pronunciation Guide Lauren Baguley Hollis Capuano

buh • GOO • lee CAP • you • on • oh

Rob Lias Joe Suriano



LIE • us sir • ee • ON • oh

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Mids by Class Seniors (3) Mary-Elyse Janowski Katherine Jones Courtney Vandament Juniors (10) Hollis Capuano Kellie Darmody Katie Davidson Laura Gorinski Madison Jones Bryn Moriarty Jordyn Nicholl Toni Paruso Danielle Reminger Daphne Williams Sophomores (9) Jenn Abbott Lauren Baguley Cat Cortesio Gina Grabowski Olivia Kosaka Maddie Macfarlane Haley Nowak Colleen Randolph Rheanna Vaughn Freshmen (10) Alexandra Bilunas Brianna Bilunas Melissa Boughton Sam Brennan Nikki Hyrkas Alex Lundgren Ange Sawick Amanda Thach Sarah Truskut Sasha Westberg


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Mary-Elyse Janowski Senior • New Hyde Park, N.Y. Middle Freestyle 2011-12 Team Captain

Top Navy Yard Times 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

Feb. 28, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009 Feb. 27, 2010

25.03 54.14 1:57.38

Championship Meet Placings 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free

‘10 ECAC DNS DNS DNS ––

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Mary-Elyse Janowski

Jenn Abbott

Lauren Baguley

Sophomore • Wilton, Conn.

Sophomore • Hudsonville, Mich.

Breaststroke • Individual Medley

Backstroke

Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List for the 2010 fall term ... Athletic Honors –– Garnered SecondTeam All-Patriot League accolades in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Placed fifth in the 400 IM, eighth in the 100 breast and 11th in the 200 breast at the Patriot League Meet ... posted her season-best time in the 200 IM (2:08.47) at the championship ... went on to place ninth in the 200 IM, 11th in the 200 breast and 15th in the 100 breast at the ECAC Championship ... recorded a pair of second-place finishes in the 100 and 200 breast events against Army ... her 100 breast time of 1:05.36 was her top time for the event on the year ... High School –– Graduated from Wilton High School ... helped the swimming team to a 9-1 record and a state title during her sophomore season ... tabbed as a Scholastic and NISCA All-American as a junior ... also was an NISCA AllAmerican qualifier in diving that year ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– Quantitative economics major.

Academic Honors –– Earned placement onto the Commandant’s List for the 2011 spring semester ... Athletic Honors –– Received Second-Team All-Patriot League laurels in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Finished in fifth place in the 200 back at the Patriot League meet ... set a season-best time of 2:02.43 in the trial heats of the event ... also placed 10th in both the 100 back and 500 free at the championship ... finished in third place in the 200 back at the ECAC Championship ... totaled four second-place showings in events during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Hudsonville High School ... competed on the school’s swimming and water polo teams ... her swimming team placed third in the state during her senior year, while her water polo team won the 2007 state title and placed second in the state the following year ... served as the captain of both squads ... garnered all-state (Mich.), all-region, all-area and All-American honors in swimming ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... Personal –– Oceanography major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM

Dec. 9, 2010 Nov. 20, 2010 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 18, 2011

1:05.36 2:21.51 2:08.47 4:29.87

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 200 Back 200 Free 500 Free

58.53 2:02.43 1:56.32 5:01.23

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Nov. 20, 2010 Feb. 17, 2011

Championship Meet Placings 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM Points All-P.L. Team

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‘11 PL 10 5 –– 10 28 2nd

‘11 ECAC –– 3 DNS 13 20 ––

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Academic Honors –– Was named to Navy’s Superintendent’s List for the 2008 fall semester and to the Commandant’s List in a total of four semesters ... named to the 2009 and ‘11 Patriot League Academic Honor Rolls ... 2010-11 –– Posted her best 100 free time on the year (54.67) during the trial heats of the event at the Nike Cup ... her best 200 free clocking of the season (1:58.11) came when leading off Navy’s 800 freestyle relay team at the ECAC Championship ... 2009-10 –– Established a new career-best time of 1:57.38 in the 200 free at the ECAC Championship ... also set a season-best time in the 100 free at the meet ... 2008-09 –– Posted her season-best times in the 50, 100 and 200 free events at the Patriot League Meet ... High School –– Graduated from Kellenberg Memorial High School ... was tabbed as the MVP of the school’s swimming team during each of her four years ... served as the team captain as both a junior and senior ... qualified for the state meet during her final two seasons ... was a member of the National Honor Society and was an all-county oboe player ... Personal –– Ocean engineering major.


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Alexandra Bilunas

Sam Brennan

Hollis Capuano

Freshman • Omaha, Neb.

Freshman • Stilwell, Kan.

Junior • Wallingford, Conn.

Sprint Freestyle

Distance Freestyle

Backstroke • Fly • Sprint Freestyle

High School –– Graduated from Duchesne Academy ... competed on the school’s swimming and tennis teams ... helped the swimming team win a trio of conference titles ... individually, won a pair of state titles in the 50 free and one state championship in the 100 free ... totaled eight high school All-America awards.

High School –– Graduated from Blue Valley High School ... garnered four letters in swimming ... helped the team win the state title during her final season ... individually garnared all-state (Kan.) honors as both a junior and senior ... Personal –– Mother rowed and ran track at California ... uncle played basketball at Air Force.

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Brianna Bilunas Freshman • Omaha, Neb. Backstroke • Sprint Freestyle High School –– Graduated from Duchesne Academy ... competed on the swimming, track and tennis teams at the school ... was a member of three conference title-winning swimming teams, individually, advanced to the state meet in each of her four years ... also tallied four All-America laurels.

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List in two semesters ... Athletic Honors –– Garnered First-Team AllPatriot League honors in 2010 ... 2010-11 –– Scored points in a trio of individual events at the Patriot League Meet ... placed seventh in the 100 free, ninth in the 200 free and 16th in the 50 free ... also helped Navy to second-place showings in the 400 and 800 free relay events at the meet ... posted career-best times in the 100 fly (59.18) and 100 free (51.58) during the regular season ... her best 100 free clocking on the year gave her the event win against Army ... 2009-10 –– Placed third in the 100 back, fifth in the 100 free and sixth in the 100 back at the Patriot League Championship ... set season-best times in each of the three events at the meet ... was a member of Navy’s victorious and school record-setting 400 free and 800 free relay teams at the league championship ... set a seasonbest time in the 100 fly at the ECAC Championship ... High School –– Graduated from Sacred Heart Academy ... earned all-conference, all-area and all-state (Conn.) accolades in swimming in each of her four years ... helped set a national record in the 200 medley relay (long course) in 2008 ... won the 100 free at the ‘06 Long Course National Championship ... Personal –– Sister, Leslie, graduated from Navy in 2010 ... English major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

Melissa Boughton Freshman • Great Mills, Md. Butterfly • Middle Freestyle High School –– Graduated from Great Mills High School ... was a member of the school’s swimming team ... earned two letters in the sport ... was a member of the National Honor Society ... competed at the junior national championship ... Personal –– Father served in the Navy.

Feb. 19, 2010 Nov. 19, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010 Dec. 9, 2010 Feb. 18, 2011

56.58 59.18 23.93 51.58 1:51.17

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free Points All-P.L. Team

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‘10 ECAC –– DNS DNS DNS DNS 0 ––

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Kellie Darmody

Sophomore • Downers Grove, Ill.

Junior • Charlotte, N.C.

Butterfly • Sprint Freestyle

Backstroke • Sprint Freestyle

Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List for both semesters of her freshman year and to the Dean’s List for the 2010 fall term ... 2010-11 –– Placed eighth in the 200 fly, ninth in the 100 fly and 13th in the 100 free at the Patriot League Championship ... set seasonbest times in all three events –– 56.66, 100 fly; 2:06.60, 200 fly; 23.96, 100 free –– at the meet ... totaled six secondplace finishes in events during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Benet Academy ... was a fouryear member of the swimming team ... garnered all-state (Ill.) laurels in a pair of relay events as a junior and in the 100 fly as a senior ... Personal –– Both her father and uncle graduated from Navy ... English major.

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List in three semesters ... named to the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... Athletic Honors –– Garnered First-Team All-Patriot League honors in both 2010 and ‘11 ... 2010-11 –– Placed second in the 100 back, third in the 200 back and fourth in the 50 free at the Patriot League Championship ... also helped Navy win the 200 free and 200 medley relay events at the meet ... went on to place second in the 100 fly and fifth in the 100 free at the ECAC Championship ... selected as the Patriot League Swimmer of the Week on Oct. 18 ... totaled 18 individual event wins in 22 races during the regular season ... her career-best time of 2:01.05 in the 200 back ranks second in school history ... 2009-10 –– Placed third in the 200 back and fourth in the 100 back and 50 free at the Patriot League Championship ... set season-best times in each of the three events at the meet, including a school-record time of 56.32 in the 100 back ... was a member of Navy’s victorious and school-record setting 200 free, 200 medley and 400 medley relay teams at the league championship ... totaled eight individual event victories during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Providence High School ... helped the school’s swimming team to a trio of state titles ... selected as the team captain and team MVP as both a junior and senior ... Personal –– Father played college basketball at South Carolina ... oceanography major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free

56.66 2:06.60 23.96

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011

Cat Cortesio

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free Points

‘11 PL 9 8 13 24

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 50 Free • = Navy Record

Feb. 18, 2010 Nov. 20, 2010 Feb. 26, 2011 Nov. 18, 2010

56.32• 2:01.05 55.86 23.48

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free Points All-P.L. Team

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Katie Davidson

Laura Gorinski

Junior • Geneva, Fla.

Junior • Greensburg, Pa.

Distance Freestyle

Breaststroke • Individual Medley

Academic Honors –– Named to the 2010 and ‘11 Patriot League Academic Honor Rolls ... has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s and Dean’s lists for each of her completed semesters ... 2010-11 –– Won the 1000 freestyle against George Mason and Loyola ... posted a season-best time in the 500 free of 5:05.08 in the finals of the Nike Cup ... 2009-10 –– Placed eighth in the 500 free, 10th in the 200 free and 14th in the 1650 free at the Patriot League Championship ... set season-best times in the 200 and 500 free events at the meet ... her best 1650 free time on the year was recorded at the Terrapin Invite ... won the 800m free against Johns Hopkins ... High School –– Graduated from the Trinity Preparatory School ... qualified for the Junior National Championship annually starting in 2004 ... served as the captain of her swimming team in each of her four years ... was a three-time Scholastic All-American ... was a National Merit Scholarship winner ... Personal –– English major.

Academic Honors –– Tabbed as the 2011 Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year for her sport ... received Second-Team All-Distict Academic All-America honors from CoSIDA ... garnered 2010 and ‘11 Honorable Mention Scholar-All-America honors from the CSCAA ... has been named to Navy’s Superintendent’s List twice, to the Dean’s List twice and to the Commandant’s List four times ... Athletic Honors –– Has qualified for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in both breaststroke events ... selected as the 2010 Patriot League Rookie of the Year while earning firstteam all-league honors ... also earned first-team accolades in 2011 ... tabbed as a 2010 and ‘11 Honorable Mention MidMajor All-American by CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Qualified for the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100 (1:11.55) and 200 (2:32.20) breaststroke events ... won both breaststroke events at both the Patriot League and ECAC Championships, while also placing second in the 200 IM at the Patriot League meet ... was a member of Navy’s victorious 200 medley relay team at the Patriot League meet ... bettered her own school records in the two breaststroke events (1:01.13 & 2:11.68) and established a new Navy mark in the 400 IM (4:20.80) ... posted 15 wins and two second-place finishes in 17 breaststroke races during the regular season ... added six more wins and five second-place showings in 12 additional races ... tabbed as the national swimmer of the week on Dec. 15 and earned six Patriot League Swimmer-ofthe-Week nods ... named the 2011 Greensburg YMCA

Top Navy Yard Times 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free

Feb. 19, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Nov. 21, 2009

1:53.19 4:59.54 10:31.11 17:44.67

Championship Meet Placings 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free Points

‘10 PL –– 10 8 14 21

‘11 ECAC DNS DNS DNS –– 0

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Women’s Athlete of the Year ... 2010 Summer –– Competed at the U.S. Summer Nationals ... 2009-10 –– Won the two breaststroke and 200 IM titles at the Patriot League Championship ... established new Navy records in winning each of the three events ... was a member of Navy’s victorious and record-setting 200 medley and 400 medley relay teams at the league championship ... won the 200 breast and 200 IM and placed second in the 100 breast at the ECAC Championship ... was a member of Navy’s victorious 200 medley and 400 medley relay teams at the league championship ... saw limited action during the first half of the season due to injuries ... placed first or second in six of her eight individual events she swam in prior to the championship portion of the year ... High School –– Graduated from Hempfield Area High School ... helped her club team win the Western Pennsylvania YMCA title in 2009 ... individually, won the 50 breast at the ‘08 YMCA National Meet and the 200 breast at the ‘09 meet ... holds the state record in the 200 IM and the 200 medley relay ... was a USA Swimming Scholastic AllAmerican ... Personal –– Cousin graduated from Navy in 1998 ... sister swam at Duquesne, while her brother swam at Penn State-Altoona ... physics major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Breast 1:01.13• 200 Breast 2:11.68•^ 200 IM 2:01.77• 4:20.80• 400 IM • = Navy record; ^ = Patriot League record

Dec. 3, 2010 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 18, 2010 Nov. 19, 2010

Championship Meet Placings 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM Points All-P.L. Team

‘10 PL 1 1 1 60 1st

‘10 ECAC 2 1 1 57 ––

‘11 PL 1 1 2 57 1st

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Katherine Jones

Madison Jones

Sophomore • Lawrenceville, N.J.

Senior • Dallas, Texas

Junior • Camas, Wash.

Butterfly • Individual Medley

Butterfly • Distance Freestyle

Distance Freestyle

2010-11 –– Recorded her best 100 fly time of the season (59.37) in the trial heats of the event at the ECAC Championship ... her top 200 fly time (2:08.79) came in a third-place finish against Army ... High School –– Graduated from Notre Dame High School ... lettered in swimming in each of her four years ... received all-county laurels in the 200 IM and 100 fly during her senior year ... was a member of the French National Honors Society ... Personal –– Oceanography major.

Academic Honors –– Has been named to Navy’s Commandant’s List for three semesters ... earned a spot on the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Recorded new career-best times in both butterfly events at the ECAC Championship ... posted a time of 1:00.51 in the 100 fly and 2:08.23 in the 200 fly ... her time in the latter event placed her 13th at the meet ... 2009-10 –– Established a new career-best time of 1:01.31 in the 100 fly at the ECAC Championship ... also attained her best 200 fly time of the year at the meet ... 2008-09 –– Placed 13th in the 1650 free and 15th in the 200 fly at the Patriot League Meet ... set season-best times in both events plus the 100 fly, 500 free and 1650 free at the championship ... won the 200 fly over Bucknell and Lafayette ... won the 800m free against Johns Hopkins ... High School –– Graduated from Ursuline Academy ... her swimming team won a pair of state titles ... individually, won the state crown in the 100 back (2007, ‘08) and 500 free (‘08) ... tabbed as the team MVP during her senior year ... Personal –– Father and a grandfather graduated from Navy, as did older brother Scott (2010) ... political science major.

2010-11 –– Was injured and did not compete in any meets ... 2009-10 –– Placed fifth in the 1650 free, ninth in the 500 free and 16th in the 400 IM at the Patriot League Championship ... recorded season-best times in each of the events at the meet ... placed second eight times in individual events during the course of the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Camas High School ... lettered in both swimming and cheerleading ... was a two-time team MVP in swimming ... captained her cheerleading squad as a senior ... Personal –– Sister played four years of tennis while a student at Army ... economics major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 200 Fly

Feb. 26, 2011 Dec. 9, 2010

59.37 2:08.79

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly Points

‘11 ECAC DNS 0

Nikki Hyrkas

Top Navy Yard Times

Freshman • Frederick, Md. Distance Freestyle High School –– Graduated from Mercersburg Academy ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team ... tabbed as both captain and MVP of the team during her senior season ... previously selected as the most improved member of the squad when she was a sophomore ... served on the student council.

100 Fly 200 Fly 500 Free 1000 Free

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 19, 2009 Feb. 21, 2009

1:00.51 2:08.23 5:09.40 10:37.01

Top Navy Yard Times 500 Free 1650 Free 400 IM

5:01.01 17:10.26 4:34.92

Championship Meet Placings 500 Free 1650 Free 400 IM Points

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 200 Fly 500 Free 1650 Free Points

‘09 PL –– 15 DNS 13 6

‘10 ECAC DNS DNS DNS –– 0

‘11 ECAC DNS 13 DNS –– 4

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Gina Grabowski


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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Olivia Kosaka

Maddie Macfarlane

Bryn Moriarty

Sophomore • Burien, Wash.

Sophomore • Pensacola, Fla.

Junior • Chesapeake, Va.

Backstroke • Individual Medley

Backstroke • Individual Medley

Backstroke • Middle Free • IM

Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List for both terms of her freshman year ... 2010-11 –– Scored points in both backstroke events at the Patriot League and ECAC meets ... placed ninth in the 100 back and 15th in the 200 back at the Patriot League Championship, while finishing in eighth and 10th place, respectively, at the ECAC meet ... also tied for 15th in the 50 free at the ECAC Championship ... won the 100 back against American, Bucknell and Lafayette –– with a season-best time of 57.82 –– and the 200 back against UMBC ... High School –– Graduated from Holy Names Academy ... helped the school’s swimming team to league titles in each of her four seasons ... served as the captain of the team as both a junior and senior ... was a finalist at the 2010 YMCA Nationals ... Personal –– Oceanography major.

2010-11 –– Scored points in a trio of events at the Patriot League Meet ... placed eighth in the 200 back, 14th in the 200 IM and 15th in the 100 back ... recorded season-best times in all three events at the meet ... totaled four second-place showings during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Pensacola High School ... earned four letters as a member of the swimming team ... served as the captain of the team in each of her last three seasons ... received the school’s 2010 Student ScholarAthlete Award for the sport ... was a member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society ... Personal –– History major.

Athletic Honors –– Received Second-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2010 ... 2010-11 –– Posted a seventh-place finish in the 400 IM and a ninth-place showing in the 200 IM at the Patriot League Meet ... her 400 IM time of 4:27.66 was a new career-best effort ... finished in second place in seven individual event races during the regular season ... 2009-10 –– Placed fifth in the 200 back and 200 IM and ninth in the 400 IM at the Patriot League Championship ... set season-best times in each of the events at the meet ... totaled seven individual event victories and nine second-place finishes during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Hickory High School ... selected as the MVP of the swimming team as both a junior and senior ... garnered four all-city laurels in the sport ... team won its regional title as a freshman ... individually, won the regional title in the 200 IM in 2009 ... Personal –– Father (‘89) and uncle (‘90) are graduates of Navy ... oceanography major.

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 50 Free

Nov. 6, 2010 Feb. 27, 2011 Feb. 18, 2011 Feb 25, 2011

57.82 2:06.25 58.21 24.61

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 50 Free Points

‘11 PL 9 15 DNS –– 11

‘11 ECAC 8 10 –– T15 19

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 200 Back 200 IM

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 17, 2010

59.34 2:04.29 2:09.29

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 200 Back 200 IM Points

‘11 PL 15 8 14 16

Top Navy Yard Times 200 Back 1650 Free 200 IM 400 IM

Championship Meet Placings 200 Back 200 IM 400 IM Points All-P.L. Team

Alex Lundgren Freshman • Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Backstroke • Sprint Freestyle High School –– Graduated from The Bolles School ... was a member of the school’s swimming team ... helped the program win four state titles and the national title during her senior year ... garnered All-America honors as a junior and senior ... Personal –– Father played four years of golf at Notre Dame.

Bryn Moriarty



Feb. 20, 2010 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 18, 2010 Feb. 18, 2011

2:02.69 17:27.81 2:05.06 4:27.66

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‘11 PL –– 9 7 21 ––


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Haley Nowak

Junior • Acworth, Ga.

Sophomore • Manassas, Va.

Diving

Distance Freestyle

Athletic Honors –– Received Second-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Placed third on the three meter and seventh on the one meter at the Patriot League Meet ... posted nine victories during the regular season ... selected as the Patriot League Diver of the Week on Dec. 13 after sweeping the two boards against Army ... 2009-10 –– Placed seventh on the one meter and 11th on the three meter at the Patriot League Championship ... totaled seven victories on the one meter –– including against Army –– and one on the three meter during the regular season ... selected as the Patriot League Diver of the Week on Dec. 15 ... High School –– Graduated from Excel Christian Academy ... was a three-time team captain in diving ... served as class president as a senior ... also attended Mercersburg Academy for one year prior to arriving at Navy ... Personal –– Father competed in track at Georgia ... oceanography major.

Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List for the 2011 spring semester ... Athletic Honors –– Named Second-Team All-Patriot League in 2011 ... 2010-11 –– Placed eighth in both the 500 free and 1650 free and finished in 10th place in the 200 free at the Patriot League Meet ... set seasonbest times in all three events at the championship ... tallied eight second-place showings during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Osbourn High School ... won a pair of state titles in the 400 freestyle relay during her four-year swimming career at the school ... garnered all-county and team MVP honors all four years ... served as the captain of both her high school and club swimming programs ... Personal –– Both parents ran four years of track at Virginia ... information technology major.

Top Navy Yard Times Jordyn Nicholl

200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free

Championship Meet Placings 1-Meter 3-Meter Points All-P.L. Team

‘10 PL 7 11 18 ––

‘11 PL 7 3 28 2nd

1:53.46 4:59.04 17:19.74

Championship Meet Placings 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free Points All-P.L. Team

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‘11 PL 10 8 8 29 2nd

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Colleen Randolph

Junior • Savannah, Ga.

Sophomore • Annapolis, Md.

Backstroke • Butterfly • Sprint Freestyle

Breaststroke • Individual Medley

Academic Honors –– Named to the Commandant’s List for the 2011 spring semester ... Athletic Honors –– Earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2010 and ‘11 ... tabbed as a 2011 Honorable Mention Mid-Major AllAmerican by CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Reached the championship final in three events at the Patriot League Meet ... placed second in both the 100 back and 100 fly events and sixth in the 50 free ... helped Navy win the 200 free and 200 medley relay races at the meet ... improved upon her own school record at the meet with her time of 54.58 in the 100 fly ... is the second-fastest swimmer in Navy history in the 100 back and 200 fly events ... placed ninth in both fly events at the ECAC Meet ... posted a 10-0 record in the 100 fly and was 8-0 in the 200 fly during the regular season ... 2010 Summer –– Competed at the U.S. Summer Nationals ... 2009-10 –– Won the 100 fly and placed ninth in the 100 back at the Patriot League Championship ... set a school record in the 100 fly (54.66) at the meet ... was a member of Navy’s victorious and school-record setting 200 free, 200 medley and 400 medley relay teams at the league championship ... went on to finish in ninth place in the 100 fly and 200 fly at the ECAC Championship ... set a school record in the 200 fly (2:01.99) at the meet ... was a member of Navy’s victorious 200 medley and 400 medley relay teams at the league championship ... totaled 17 individual event victories (nine in the 100 fly) during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Savannah Arts Academy ... was a three-time Scholastic All-American in swimming ... qualified for the junior National Championship in 2007, ‘08, ‘09 ... Personal –– Father played basketball at Lycoming ... oceanography major.

Athletic Honors –– Earned Second-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2010 and ‘11 ... 2010-11 –– Placed second in the 400 IM and eighth in both the 200 IM and 200 breast at the Patriot League Meet ... posted season-best times in both IM events (2:06.26, 4:27.06) at the championship ... her best 200 breast time of the year was recorded at the Nike Cup ... posted six individual event wins during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from St. Mary’s High School ... was a multi-year MVP of the school’s swimming, cross country and track teams ... also served as the captain of all three squads ... earned Scholastic All-America honors in swimming ... garnered all-county laurels in both swimming and cross country ... was a member of the National Honor Society and was involved in student government ... Personal –– Father graduated from Navy in 1985 ... English major.

Toni Paruso

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM

Championship Meet Placings 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM Points All-P.L. Team

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free • = Navy Record

Feb. 19, 2010 Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011

56.80 54.58• 2:00.44 23.66

Championship Meet Placings 100 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free Points All-P.L. Team

‘10 PL 9 1 –– –– 29 1st

‘10 ECAC –– 9 9 –– 18 ––

‘11 PL –– 2 2 6 35 1st

2:20.23 2:06.26 4:27.06

‘11 ECAC –– 9 9 –– 18 ––

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Nov. 20, 2010 Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 18, 2011


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Danielle Reminger

Ange Sawick

Courtney Vandament

Junior • Wheaton, Ill.

Freshman • Abingdon, Pa.

Senior • Coppell, Texas

Butterfly • Middle Freestyle

Distance Freestyle

Diving High School –– Graduated from Germantown Academy ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team ... helped the program win four conference titles as well as the Eastern title for prep schools ... individually, earned four all-city honors, was twice named all-state (Pa.) and garnered a pair of All-America laurels.

Amanda Thach Freshman • Seattle, Wash. Backstroke • Middle Freestyle High School –– Graduated from Kennedy Catholic High School ... earned four letters as a member of the school’s swimming team ... helped the program win a pair of state titles ... individually, garnered all-state (Wash.) honors and received All-America consideration as a senior ... also named as a Scholastic AllAmerican.

Top Navy Yard Times 200 Fly 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free

Feb. 19, 2011 Nov. 18, 2010 Feb. 19, 2010 Feb. 18, 2010

2:04.96 53.25 1:52.69 5:03.19

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free Points

‘10 PL –– 6 –– 9 12 27

‘10 ECAC DNS –– 16 DNS –– 1

‘11 PL –– 6 –– DNS 16 14

Sarah Truskut

Athletic Honors –– Received Second-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2010 and ‘11 ... 2010-11 –– Finished in second place on the three meter and sixth place on the one meter at the Patriot League Meet ... won the three meter six times during the regular season ... totaled a trio of second-place finishes on the one meter ... selected as the Patriot League Diver of the Week on Oct. 18 ... 2009-10 –– Placed second on the three meter and sixth on the one meter at the Patriot League Championship ... won the one meter against Loyola and the three meter against Loyola, UMBC and Vermont during the regular season ... also totaled nine second-place finishes during the regular season ... 2008-09 –– Placed fourth on the three meter and sixth on the one meter at the Patriot League Meet ... won the one meter three times during the regular season ... also placed second on either board a total of 12 times in dual meets ... High School –– Graduated from Coppell High School ... was selected as the school’s most valuable diver during each of her four seasons ... placed 14th in the state as a senior ... also captained the diving team ... attended Northwestern Preparatory School for one year after high school ... Personal –– Political science major.

Championship Meet Placings 1-Meter 3-Meter Points All-P.L. Team

‘09 PL 6 4 28 ––

Freshman • Florence, Ky. Middle Freestyle High School –– Graduated from Larry A. Ryie High School ... lettered in swimming in each of her four years at the school ... tabbed as the team captain and MVP during her senior season ... was a member of the National, Math, English, Science and Hispanic honor societies. ... Personal –– Mother ran track at Kent St.

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Academic Honors –– Was named to Navy’s Commandant’s List for the 2009 fall term ... earned placement onto the 2011 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ... 2010-11 –– Scored points in the 200 fly (sixth place) and 500 free (16th) at the Patriot League Championship ... set a new career-best time of 2:04.96 in the trial heats of the 200 fly at the league meet ... 2009-10 –– Placed sixth in the 200 fly, ninth in the 200 free and 12th in the 500 free at the Patriot League Championship ... established season-best times in each of the events at the meet ... also placed 16th in the 100 free at the ECAC Championship ... won the 200 fly against Loyola during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Wheaton Warrenville South High School ... garnered a pair of all-state (Ill.) honors and four all-conference laurels in swimming ... helped the team win its conference title in 2007 ... selected as the team MVP during her senior year ... Personal –– Oceanography major.


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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Rheanna Vaughn

Sasha Westberg

Daphne Williams

Sophomore • Aliso Viejo, Calif.

Freshman • Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.

Junior • Lebanon, Ill.

Butterfly • Distance Freestyle

Breaststroke • Distance Freestyle

Sprint Freestyle

High School –– Graduated from Mission Viejo High School ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team ... earned letters in each of her four seasons ... served as the team captain during her final season ... was a member of the National Honor Society.

Athletic Honors –– Named the 2011 Patriot League Rookie of the Year ... garnered First-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2011 ... tabbed as a 2011 Honorable Mention Mid-Major AllAmerican by CollegeSwimming.com ... 2010-11 –– Won the 200 fly while placing fourth in the 500 free and fifth in the 100 fly at the Patriot League Championship ... her victorious time of 1:58.77 broke her own school record in the 200 fly ... also posted season-best times of 56.13 in the 100 fly and 4:52.68 in the 500 free at the meet ... won 12 individual events during the regular season ... High School –– Graduated from Aliso Niguel High School ... was a four-year member of the school’s swimming team ... won the state title in the 500 free as a sophomore ... won league titles in the 100 fly, 200 free and 500 free in each of her four years ... selected as the team MVP as both a junior and senior ... earned multiple AllAmerica honors ... Personal –– History major.

Top Navy Yard Times 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

Top Navy Yard Times 100 Fly 56.13 200 Fly 1:58.77•^ 500 Free 4:52.68 10:09.66 1000 Free • = Navy record; ^ = Patriot League record

Feb. 18, 2011 Feb. 19, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011 Dec. 9, 2010

Feb. 17, 2011 Feb. 20, 2010 Feb. 19, 2010

23.88 52.07 1:53.79

Championship Meet Placings 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free Points All-P.L. Team

Championship Meet Placings 100 Fly 200 Fly 500 Free Points All-P.L. Team

Academic Honors –– Named to the 2010 and ‘11 Patriot League Academic Honor Rolls ... named to Navy’s Commandant’s List in each of her four completed semesters ... Athletic Honors –– Received Second-Team AllPatriot League honors in 2010 ... 2010-11 –– Scored points in a trio of events at the Patriot League Championship ... placed 11th in the 50 free and 15th in both the 100 and 200 free events at the meet ... established a new career-best time of 23.88 in the 50 free at the event ... 200910 –– Placed seventh in the 50 free and 100 free and eighth in the 200 free at the Patriot League Championship ... established season-best times in each of the events at the meet ... High School –– Graduated from Visitation High School ... selected as the MVP of the swimming team as both a junior and senior ... Personal –– Ocean engineering major.

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2011-12 Season in Review

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Season Results O9 O9 O15 O22 O29 N6 N6 N6 N18-20 D9 J8 J15 J22 F4 F5 F11 F17-19 F25-27 M25-27

Men’s Results (12-1) at George Mason W 201-87 vs. Loyola W 159-133 James Madison –– –– UMBC W 158-131 at Virginia L 156-136 at Bucknell W 186-101 vs. American W 199-86 vs. Lafayette W 198-91 at Nike Cup 2nd of 9 710.5 pts. vs. Army W 246-54 Maryland W 162-124 Vermont –– –– Yale W 152-131 at Columbia W 171-129 at Princeton W 167-133 Johns Hopkins W 121-111 at Patriot League 1st of 8 1,056 pts. at ECAC 1st of 22 765.5 pts. at NCAA n/a 0 pts.

Women’s Results (10-0) W 215-83 W 235-65 W 172-128 W 161-131 –– –– W 154-144 W 208-72 W 210-91 5th of 9 309 pts. W 240.5-59.5 –– –– W 211-89 W 161-139 –– –– –– –– –– –– 2nd of 8 760 pts. 6th of 22 285.5 pts. –– ––

Drew Mays

Katie Davidson

Top Times (yards) Men 100 Backstroke –– 48.54 – a, b Gage Trotter (M5) 200 Backstroke –– 1:46.92 Conor Campbell (F19) 100 Breaststroke –– 55.56 Luke Hoffer (D9) 200 Breaststroke –– 1:58.87 Luke Hoffer (D9) 100 Butterfly –– 48.73 Steve Dukleth (D9) 200 Butterfly –– 1:44.80 Mark Meyer (F19) 50 Freestyle –– 20.39 Zach Ingold (F17) 100 Freestyle –– 44.15 Zach Ingold (F19) 200 Freestyle –– 1:36.31 Mac Anthony (F18) 500 Freestyle –– 4:20.09 Mac Anthony (F17) 1000 Freestyle –– 9:08.73 Justin Vagts (F19) 1650 Freestyle –– 15:04.11 Justin Vagts (F19) 200 Individual Medley –– 1:48.91 Ben Bondurant (F17) 400 Individual Medley –– 3:53.14 Justin Vagts (F18) 200 Freestyle Relay –– 1:20.68 Parker, Linn, Ingold, Aiken (F17) 400 Freestyle Relay –– 2:56.76 – a, b, c Ingold, Linn, Anthony, Aiken (F19) 800 Freestyle Relay –– 6:31.95 – a, b, c Anthony, Martinette, Hunter, Norton (F18) 200 Medley Relay –– 1:29.70 Trotter, Hoffer, Dukleth, Parker (D9) 400 Medley Relay –– 3:17.52 Anthony, Hoffer, Dukleth, Aiken (F17)

Women 56.19 –– a Kellie Darmody (N19) 2:01.05 Kellie Darmody (N20) 1:01.13 –– a Laura Gorinski (D3) 2:11.68 –– a, b Laura Gorinski (F27) 54.58 –– a Toni Paruso (F18) 1:58.77 –– a, b, c Rheanna Vaughn (F19) 23.48 Kellie Darmody (N18) 50.39 Allison Ranzau (F19) 1:51.17 Hollis Capuano (F18) 4:52.68 Rheanna Vaughn (F17) 10:09.66 Rheanna Vaughn (D9) 17:19.74 Haley Nowak (F19) 2:02.12 Laura Gorinski (N18) 4:20.80 –– a Laura Gorinski (N19) 1:33.91 Darmody, Paruso, Williams, Ranzau (F17) 3:24.95 Ranzau, Darmody, Capuano, Gorinski (F19) 7:29.09 Capuano, Vaughn, Nowak, Gorinski (F18) 1:43.07 Darmody, Gorinski, Paruso, Ranzau (F18) 3:45.90 Darmody, Gorinski, Paruso, Ranzau (N18)

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Team Navy Army Bucknell Lehigh Colgate American Lafayette Holy Cross

Day 1 328 (1) 179 (3) 185 (2) 123 (4) 110 (5) 65 (6) 55 (7) 47 (8)

Day One 1:20.68

4:20.09 4:24.10 4:25.27 4:26.04 4:26.07 1:48.91 1:49.57 1:51.53 1:53.02 20.39 20.51 20.56 21.06 383.35 351.90 301.65 3:17.52

Day Two 200 Medley Relay 1 Ingold, Hoffer, Dukleth, Parker 400 Individual Medley 2 Justin Vagts 3 Erik Hunter 7 Joe Stark 9 Conor Campbell 100 Butterfly 2 Steve Dukleth 3 Mark Meyer 5 Robbie Parker 200 Freestyle 1 Mac Anthony 2 Will Norton 6 Aaron Aiken 9 K.C. Linn

1:29.71

3:53.15 3:56.12 3:59.98 3:59.37 48.82 49.06 49.93 1:36.31 1:38.34 1:41.17 1:41.00

Day 2 668 (1) 393 (2) 386 (3) 240 (5) 251 (4) 142 (6) 137 (7) 100 (8) 100 Breaststroke 1 Luke Hoffer 2 Pete Donahue 4 Sean Murphy 100 Backstroke 1 Zach Ingold 4 Joe Stark 6 Conor Campbell 800 Freestyle Relay 1 Anthony, Martinette, Hunter, Norton

Day 3 1,056 603.5 566 380 363 201 183.5 130

Team Colgate Navy Bucknell American Army Lehigh Lafayette Holy Cross

Day 1 198 (1) 171 (2) 147 (3) 110 (4) 98 (5) 61 (6) 52 (8) 54 (7)

Day 2 556 (1) 476 (2) 364.5 (3) 237 (4) 229.5 (5) 158 (7) 161 (6) 111 (8)

Day One 55.82 56.20 56.33 49.66 50.85 51.30 6:31.95

Day Three 1650 Freestyle 1 Justin Vagts 2 Erik Hunter 3 Will Norton 4 Sam Martinette One-Meter Diving 2 Olaf Olson 3 Hayden Jones 7 Ben Freedman 200 Backstroke 1 Mac Anthony 2 Conor Campbell 4 Joe Stark 6 Sam Martinette 100 Freestyle 1 Zach Ingold 2 Aaron Aiken 5 Robbie Parker 6 K.C. Linn 200 Breaststroke 1 Pete Donahue 2 Luke Hoffer 3 Sean Murphy 200 Butterfly 1 Mark Meyer 2 Ben Bondurant 3 Steve Dukleth 400 Freestyle Relay 1 Ingold, Linn, Anthony, Aiken

Pl. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

15:04.11 15:17.81 15:26.63 15:36.37 385.75 371.00 274.45 1:47.13 1:48.22 1:49.79 1:51.35 44.15 44.37 45.84 45.97 1:59.95 2:01.32 2:03.04 1:44.80 1:47.06 1:47.26 2:56.76

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200 Freestyle Relay 1 Darmody, Paruso, Williams, Ranzau 500 Freestyle 4 Rheanna Vaughn 6 Allison Ranzau 8 Haley Nowak 10 Lauren Baguley 16 Danielle Reminger 200 Individual Medley 2 Laura Gorinski 8 Colleen Randolph 9 Bryn Moriarty 12 Tessa Snow 14 Maddie Macfarlane 50 Freestyle 4 Kellie Darmody 6 Toni Paruso 11 Daphne Williams 13 Cat Cortesio 16 Hollis Capuano 400 Medley Relay DQ Darmody, Gorinski, Paruso, Ranzau

1:33.91

4:52.68 4:54.21 5:01.34 5:01.23 5:07.91 2:02.29 2:09.22 2:05.41 2:08.76 2:09.40 23.52 23.66 24.08 24.30 24.54 N/A

Day Two 200 Medley Relay 1 Darmody, Gorinski, Paruso, Ranzau 400 Individual Medley 2 Colleen Randolph 5 Jenn Abbott 7 Bryn Moriarty 100 Butterfly 2 Toni Paruso 6 Rheanna Vaughn 9 Cat Cortesio 200 Freestyle 3 Allison Ranzau 9 Hollis Capuano 10 Haley Nowak 15 Daphne Williams 100 Breaststroke 1 Laura Gorinski 7 Jenn Abbott 8 Tessa Snow

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1:43.07

4:27.06 4:29.87 4:30.70 54.70 56.58 56.66 1:50.28 1:52.92 1:53.46 1:56.26 1:01.93 1:05.82 1:05.86

100 Backstroke 2 Kellie Darmody 9 Olivia Kosaka 10 Lauren Baguley 15 Maddie Macfarlane One-Meter Diving 6 Grace Dalton 7 Jordyn Nicholl 8 Courtney Vandament 800 Freestyle Relay 2 Capuano, Vaughn, Nowak, Gorinski

Day 3 862 760 581.5 332 323.5 230 226 144 56.56 57.94 58.61 59.56 217.05 215.50 215.10 7:29.09

Day Three 1650 Freestyle 8 Haley Nowak 11 Bryn Moriarty 200 Backstroke 3 Kellie Darmody 5 Lauren Baguley 8 Maddie Macfarlane 15 Olivia Kosaka 100 Freestyle 1 Allison Ranzau 7 Hollis Capuano 15 Daphne Williams 200 Breaststroke 1 Laura Gorinski 6 Tessa Snow 8 Colleen Randolph 11 Jenn Abbott 200 Butterfly 1 Rheanna Vaughn 2 Toni Paruso 6 Danielle Reminger 8 Cat Cortesio Three-Meter Diving 2 Courtney Vandament 3 Jordyn Nicholl 7 Grace Dalton 400 Freestyle Relay 2 Ranzau, Darmody, Capuano, Gorinski

17:19.74 17:27.81 2:01.29 2:02.96 2:04.94 2:07.82 50.39 52.19 53.49 2:12.83 2:20.71 2:23.54 2:22.61 1:58.77 2:00.44 2:06.58 2:07.13 241.30 236.15 201.75 3:24.95

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200 Freestyle Relay 1 Parker, Linn, Ingold, Aiken 500 Freestyle 1 Mac Anthony 2 Sam Martinette 3 Will Norton 4 Justin Vagts 5 Erik Hunter 200 Individual Medley 1 Ben Bondurant 2 Mark Meyer 6 Steve Dukleth 11 Pete Donahue 50 Freestyle 1 Zach Ingold 2 Robbie Parker 4 Aaron Aiken 9 K.C. Linn Three-Meter Diving 1 Olaf Olson 3 Hayden Jones 6 Ben Freedman 400 Medley Relay 1 Anthony, Hoffer, Dukleth, Aiken

Final Women’s Team Standings (8 Teams)


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G ECAC Championship # Feb. 25-27 # Pittsburgh, Pa. (Trees Pool) Final Men’s Team Standings (22 Teams) Pl. 1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Team Navy Boston College Army Rider Columbia Marist Staten Island Bucknell

Day 1 234 (1) 111 (2) 127 (3) 141 (4) 82.5 (7) 100 (5) 83 (6) 17 (14)

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Day One 200 Freestyle Relay 1 Quinn, Bagent, Sweeney, Stumpf 500 Freestyle 1 Sam Martinette 8 John Ojard 9 Drew Mays 11 Adam Calloway 200 Individual Medley 2 Jesse Cohen 5 Charlie Hetzel 11 Ben Grove 16 Ryan Ward 50 Freestyle 2 Sean Bagent 4 Danny Quinn 9 Brian Sweeney 16 Ryan Stumpf Three-Meter Diving 6 Wil Mayo 8 Bryan Gentz 13 D.J. Principato 400 Medley Relay 1 Golankiewicz, Feeney, Hetzel, Stumpf

1:22.61

4:27.09 4:45.92 4:35.91 4:39.48 1:51.21 1:53.53 1:55.44 1:56.63 20.85 20.96 21.23 21.57 251.95 239.60 199.05 3:22.34

Day Two 200 Medley Relay 1 Stumpf, Grove, Hetzel, Quinn 400 Individual Medley Did Not Score Points 100 Butterfly 2 Jesse Cohen 3 Charlie Hetzel 7 Germiah Simoes 12 Brian Sweeney 200 Freestyle 3 Sean Bagent 5 Danny Quinn 8 John Ojard 10 Andrew Blazuk 100 Breaststroke 3 Ben Grove 4 Andrew Feeney 5 Matthew Harmon

1:31.87

49.62 49.67 50.47 51.06 1:41.68 1:41.83 1:43.66 1:42.69

Day 2 459 (1) 238 (2) 233.5 (4) 207 (5) 234.5 (3) 194 (6) 167 (7) 127 (9) 100 Backstroke 5 Ryan Stumpf 6 Andrew Golankiewicz 9 Ryan Ward 11 Drew Mays 800 Freestyle Relay Did Not Score Points

Final Women’s Team Standings (22 Teams) Day 3 765.5 377 336.5 324 308.5 307.5 215 179 51.45 51.73 51.75 52.23

Day Three 1650 Freestyle 1 Sam Martinette 5 John Ojard 10 Adam Calloway 200 Backstroke 2 Sam Martinette 4 Drew Mays 5 Ryan Ward 8 Andrew Golankiewicz 14 Adam Calloway 100 Freestyle 3 Sean Bagent 6 Danny Quinn 7 Ryan Stumpf 10 Brian Sweeney T14 Andrew Blazuk 200 Breaststroke 3 Andrew Feeney 6 Matthew Harmon 8 Ben Grove 200 Butterfly 1 Jesse Cohen 3 Charlie Hetzel 13 Geramiah Simoes One-Meter Diving 2 Wil Mayo 7 Bryan Gentz 11 D.J. Principato 400 Freestyle Relay 1 Quinn, Sweeney, Stumpf, Bagent

15:40.87 16:06.01 16:37.27 1:47.67 1:49.66 1:50.44 1:56.12 1:53.79 46.01 46.46 46.62 46.38 47.19 2:02.77 2:04.43 2:06.16 1:47.65 1:49.54 1:55.63

Pl. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Team New Hampshire Harvard Marist C. Conn. State Rider Navy Bryant Iona

Day One 200 Freestyle Relay 7 Kosaka, Fries, Janowski, Snow 500 Freestyle 9 Nina Vivadelli 13 Lauren Baugley 15 Heather Klein 200 Individual Medley 9 Jenn Abbott 50 Freestyle 14 Tessa Snow T15 Olivia Kosaka One-Meter Diving Did Not Score Points 400 Medley Relay 6 Kosaka, Snow, Sheerin, Vivadelli

1:39.74

4:59.66 5:04.06 5:08.30 2:08.47 24.70 25.05

3:54.87

Day Two 200 Medley Relay Did Not Score Points 400 Individual Medley Did Not Score Points 100 Butterfly 2 Kellie Darmody 14 Cate Sheerin 16 Tessa Snow 200 Freestyle 10 Nina Vivadelli 12 Heather Klein

291.85 234.80 206.90 3:03.22

56.40 56.59 56.70

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Day 1 184 (2) 218 (1) 138 (3) 105 (5) 111 (4) 78.5 (6) 55 (7) 38 (11)

50 #

55.89 58.59 58.83 1:53.43 1:54.68

Day 2 397 (2) 449 (1) 324 (3) 265 (4) 253 (5) 168.5 (6) 141 (7) 106 (8) 100 Breaststroke 1 Laura Gorinski 15 Jenn Abbott 100 Backstroke 8 Olivia Kosaka Three-Meter Diving Did Not Score Points 800 Freestyle Relay 7 Janowski, Vivadelli, Klein, Darmody

Day 3 611 609.5 462 363 341 285.5 182 144.5 1:01.74 1:07.00 58.17

7:42.59

Day Three 1650 Freestyle Did Not Score Points 200 Backstroke 3 Lauren Baguley 10 Olivia Kosaka 100 Freestyle 5 Kellie Darmody 6 Nina Vivadelli 200 Breaststroke 1 Laura Gorinski 11 Jenn Abbott 200 Butterfly 13 Katherine Jones 14 Gina Grabowski 15 Cate Sheerin 400 Freestyle Relay 3 Darmody, Snow, Vivadelli, Gorinski

2:02.64 2:06.25 51.86 52.22 2:11.68 2:22.46 2:08.23 2:08.72 2:09.64 3:28.31


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Zone ‘A’ Diving Meet # March 11-13

Men’s Season Honors

Annapolis, Md. (Lejeune Hall) Day One Men’s One Meter 4 Olaf Olson 6 Hayden Jones 22 Wil Mayo 37 Ben Freedman

Day Two 614.45 586.80 253.05 220.40

Men’s Three Meter 3 Olaf Olson 7 Hayden Jones 24 Wil Mayo 38 Ben Freedman

718.30 657.25 267.20 207.95

Day Three Men’s Platform 9 Wil Mayo 10 Ben Freedman

515.10 514.35

NCAA Swimming & Diving Championship March 24-26 Minneapolis, Minn. (Univ. of Minnesota Aquatics Ctr.) Men’s One-Meter Diving – Trials 32 Olaf Olson 269.90

Day Two

Day Three Men’s 1650 Freestyle – Timed Final 25 Justin Vagts 15:04.11 Men’s 200 Butterfly – Trials 29 Mark Meyer 1:47.10

CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major Rankings 1 2 3 4 5

Navy Princeton Cal State Bakersfield Denver Western Kentucky

Women 261.7 258.2 255.8 249.9 248.9

1 2 3 4 18

Princeton Towson Miami (Ohio) James Madison Navy

First-Team All-Patriot League Zach Ingold, Mac Anthony, Mark Meyer, Justin Vagts, Pete Donahue, Ben Bondurant, Olaf Olson, Luke Hoffer, William Norton, Erik Hunter, Steve Dukleth, Robbie Parker, Sam Martinette, Aaron Aiken Second-Team All-Patriot League Conor Campbell, Joe Stark, Hayden Jones, K.C. Linn, Sean Murphy Patriot League Diver of the Week Hayden Jones –– D13, F14 Olaf Olson –– O18, O25, N1, N8, J10, F7 Patriot League Swimmer of the Week Aaron Aiken –– J10 Mac Anthony –– O18, O25, N22, J24, F7 Luke Hoffer –– D13 Zach Ingold –– N8 Mark Meyer –– N1 John Ojard –– F14

Men’s Three-Meter Diving – Trials 30 Olaf Olson 288.50

Men

Patriot League Men’s Sportsmanship Award Ryan Ward

263.7 261.5 257.9 257.5 245.8

ECAC Swim Coach of the Meet Bill Roberts CollegeSwimming.com National Swimmer of the Week Luke Hoffer –– D15 CollegeSwimming.com First-Team Mid-Major All-America Justin Vagts, Mark Meyer CollegeSwimming.com Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-America Aaron Aiken, Mac Anthony, Ben Bondurant, Jesse Cohen, Hugh Davison, Pete Donahue, Steve Dukleth, Luke Hoffer, Erik Hunter, Zach Ingold, Sam Martinette, William Norton

Women’s Season Honors Patriot League Rookie of the Meet Rheanna Vaughn First-Team All-Patriot League Laura Gorinski, Allison Ranzau, Rheanna Vaughn, Kellie Darmody, Toni Paruso Second-Team All-Patriot League Colleen Randolph, Courtney Vandament, Tessa Snow, Jenn Abbott, Haley Nowak, Laura Baugley, Jordyn Nicholl Patriot League Diver of the Week Jordyn Nicholl –– D13 Courtney Vandament –– O18 Patriot League Swimmer of the Week Kellie Darmody –– O18 Laura Gorinski –– O25, N8, N22, D6, D13, J24

Robbie Parker

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Patriot League All-Academic Team Mac Anthony, Ben Bondurant, Mark Meyer Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Aaron Aiken, Andrew Blazuk, Adam Calloway, Jesse Cohen, Pete Donahue, Bryan Gentz, Andrew Golankiewicz, Matt Harmon, Luke Hoffer, Erik Hunter, Mark Meyer, Zach Motter, Olaf Olson, Jordan Spector, Ryan Stumpf, Brian Sweeney

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Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year (W. Swimming & Diving) Laura Gorinski Patriot League All-Academic Team Laura Gorinski Patriot League Academic Honor Roll Natalie Albertson, Kellie Darmody, Katie Davidson, Laura Gorinski, MaryElyse Janowski, Katherine Jones, Danielle Reminger, Daphne Williams ECAC Co-Swimmer of the Meet Laura Gorinski CollegeSwimming.com National Swimmer of the Week Laura Gorinski –– D15 CollegeSwimming.com Honorable Mention Mid-Major All-America Laura Gorinski, Toni Paurso, Rheanna Vaughn.

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Day One

Patriot League Swimmer of the Meet Mac Anthony Patriot League Rookie of the Meet Zach Ingold Patriot League Swim Coach of the Meet Bill Roberts


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G

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Navy’s 2011 Conference Major Award Winners

Laura Gorinski Patriot League Women’s Swimming Scholar-Athlete of the Year ECAC Co-Women’s Swimmer of the Meet

Bill Roberts Patriot League Men’s Swimming Coach of the Meet ECAC Men’s Swimming Coach of the Meet

Mac Anthony Patriot League Men’s Swimmer of the Meet

Ryan Ward Patriot League Men’s Sportsmanship Award Winner

Rheanna Vaughn Patriot League Women’s Rookie of the Meet

Zach Ingold Patriot League Men’s Rookie of the Meet

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Navy Swimming & Diving History  Lee Lawrence coached the men’s swimming team for 30 years and the women’s team for seven seasons.

 Melissa Hawley ‘02 is a two-time league swimmer of the year.

earned a pair of Honorable Mention AllAmerica certificates in 2009 and ‘10.

 Dick Purdy coached the women’s swimming team for 19 seasons.

 Thuy-Mi Dinh ‘10 is the lone Patriot League swimmer to have made three NCAA Division I Championship appearances.

 Nate Smith ‘96 totaled 11 NCAA Division I All-America awards in his career.

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 Adam Meyer ‘10


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Men’s Coaching History

Henry Ortland Jr.

John Higgins

Lee Lawrence

Bill Roberts

1922-50 • 138-96 (.589)

1951-73 • 173-112-1 (.606)

1974-2003 • 233-139 (.626)

2004-pres. • 97-30 (.764)

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Men’s Yearly Regular Season Records –– Year 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60

W-L 5-1 6-1 7-0 5-2 7-1 7-3 5-2 4-5 6-2 5-2 6-1 4-2 4-2 5-1 0-5 0-7 1-5 2-6 6-4 5-5 4-6 6-3 8-2 5-4 9-0 7-4 4-5 4-6 1-9 5-5 4-5-1 7-3 6-4 5-5 9-5 11-3 9-5 10-4 12-2

Team Captain(s) Vincent Gallagher Jr. Guy Winkler George “Angus” Sinclair Theodore Johnson Jr. Arthur Rule Jr. Halle Allan Philip Wakeman Raymond Crist Jr. Walter Phillips Carlton Lucas Lloyd Mustin Raymond Thompson Jr. Philip Torrey Jr. Joseph Plichta George Grider James Carnes Roy Green, Jr. Edward Gibson Willard Sampson Hubert Wager not available Leroy Edleson Albert Gross Jack Manherz Brockenbrough Mott Robert Cowell Ross Miller Thomas Lechner William Rockey Boyd Johnson Charles Andrews Gilbert Rindahl Thomas Banfield, II Paul Slack Robert Cecil Anders Anderson Eugene Peltier Robert Ceres Warren Blanke Jr.

Year 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

W-L 13-1 11-3 7-6 8-5 7-6 8-4 5-7 6-7 5-7 7-5 5-7 6-6

641-377-1 (90 Seasons)

Team Captain(s) William Newman Donald Diget Peter Vermaire Mike Collins William Fries Timothy Beard Thomas Zinkand John Kane William Poirier Charles Parlier Dave Pearl Rex Stringer

Kevin Teague ‘07 won both diving boards at each of his four Army-Navy meets and at his four Patriot League Championship meets.

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Year 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

W-L Team Captain(s) 7-7 Rex Hand 8-7 Jim Barrett 7-4 David Duffie, Douglas Michalke 3-7 Gordon O’Neill, Joseph Kernan 9-1 Rusty Eckstrom, Richard Stone 3-7 Tom McElwee, William Throne 7-5 Mark Heinrich 7-6 Mike Fitzgerald, Joe Heil 9-4 Nelson Moe 7-5 Mike Smack, Matt McCloskey 9-4 Andy Griffith 10-4 Michael Hile 10-5 Thomas Moore 13-2 William Rohm 10-3 David Folsom 10-3 Al Greenwood 10-4 Chris Smith 3-10 Jim Ball 3-8 David Graulich 5-7 Dan Greenwood 7-4 Tyson Lewis, Brian Blalock 9-4 Bradley Juhl 10-2 Jonathan Hurst 9-2 Ian Johnston 10-3 John Marinovich 10-2 John Loftin 8-5 Peter Logan 9-3 Brad Geary 7-5 Clint Cornell 5-7 Garrett Kulczycki 6-6 Jimmy Battista 8-9 Marshall Boyd 10-6 Jake Keefe 10-5 Brad Snyder 12-4 Andy Bockus 15-2 Mike Lowhorn 17-2 Dan Warner 13-1 Frank Komadina 12-1 Sam Martinette


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Women’s Coaching History

Lee Lawrence

Dick Purdy

John Morrison

1979-85 • 32-32 (.500)

1986-04 • 151-72-1 (.676)

2005-pres. • 74-14 (.841)

Women’s Yearly Regular Season Records –– W-L 4-2 4-4 3-4 6-4 4-6 5-6 6-6 5-7-1 10-3 13-1 10-2

Team Captain(s) Peggy Feldmann Peggy Feldmann Terri Riggs Terri Riggs Cheryl Dolyniuk Laurie Grammer Maureen Ford Anne Groves Sunita Pandya Brandee Polowy Theresa Lewis

Kelly Zahalka ‘09 is the lone student-athlete in Patriot League history to have been tabbed as the scholar-athlete for her sport three times in a career. She also was the 2007 league swimmer of the year.

Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

W-L 8-2 5-4 8-3 11-1 7-6 10-2 7-3 9-3 6-9 8-3 6-4

Team Captain(s) Heidi Savage Peggy Scholzen Meg Mullen Kelly Kinsella Stephanie Henson Carolyn Wisner Debi Kauffman Rebecca Zuwallack Nicole Nollette Chrissy Gussen Kelly Welsh

Heidi Fearon’s ‘96 league record of nine individual event titles won in a career at the Patriot League Championship stood until 2010.

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Year 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

W-L 6-5 7-4 8-4 8-6 10-3 6-7 11-2 13-1 14-0 10-1 10-0

Team Captain(s) Erin Emery Melissa Hawley Kim Montague Natalie Schultz Meakin Poor Mandy Minikus Aubra Thomas Kristin Lowd Erika Hubbard Tara Chapmon Natalie Albertson

Jennie Spencer ‘09 graduated from Navy holding all four backstroke event records (yards and meters) at the school and three of the four Army-Navy backstroke event records.

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Year 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

257-118-1 (33 Seasons)


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Men’s Yearly Results 1921-22 (5-1) F4 Lehigh F12 Rutgers F25 Princeton M4 MIT M11 Penn A1 Yale

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1922-23 (6-1) F3 Pittsburgh F10 Syracuse F17 MIT F17 Johns Hopkins M3 Rutgers M10 Brooklyn "Y" M17 Yale 1923-24 (7-0) F9 Pittsburgh F16 MIT F23 Washington & Lee M1 Brown M8 Rutgers M15 Syracuse M22 at Yale 1924-25 (5-2) F14 George Washington F18 Dartmouth F21 Brown F28 Syracuse M7 at Princeton M14 Rutgers M21 Yale

W W W W W L

W W W W W W L

W W W W W W W

W W W W L W L

49-13 36-17 33-11 49-13 33-11 31-13

31-28 43-9 40-12 40-5 36-26 35-18 45-17

37-16 46-7 48-5 39-14 42-11 49-13 32-20

53-9 43-19 48-14 52-18 40-22 48-14 39-23

1925-26 (7-1) J30 Pittsburgh F6 Rutgers F13 Syracuse F20 Washington & Lee F27 Catholic M6 Princeton M13 Lehigh M20 at Yale

W W W W W W W L

52-10 47-15 46-16 52-10 54-8 35-27 44-18 42-20

1926-27 (7-3) J15 Lehigh J22 CCNY F5 Pittsburgh F12 Syracuse F19 Columbia F26 Penn M2 Dartmouth M5 at Princeton M12 Rutgers M19 Yale

W W W W W W W L L L

48-14 54-8 40-22 35-27 45-17 46-16 36-25 37-25 34-28 42-20

1927-28 (5-2) F11 CCNY F18 Columbia F25 Syracuse M3 Princeton M7 Penn M10 Dartmouth M17 at Yale

W W L W W W L

44-17 40-22 33-29 39-23 44-18 33-29 50-12

1928-29 (4-5) F9 CCNY F16 Rutgers F23 Georgia Tech F23 Pittsburgh M2 Yale M6 Penn M9 Columbia M13 Syracuse M15 at Princeton M16 at Dartmouth

W L W W L W W L L L

51-11 43-19 39-21 39-17 44-18 42-20 54-8 33-29 40-22 41-21

1929-30 (6-2) J25 Penn F1 Rutgers F8 CCNY F14 at Yale F15 at Columbia F22 Dartmouth M1 Princeton M15 Syracuse

W W W L L W W W

43-19 32-30 56-6 44-18 35-27 51-11 38-24 48-14

1930-31 (5-2) F6 at Princeton F7 at Syracuse F14 Columbia F18 Rutgers F21 Penn F28 CCNY M14 Yale

L W W W W W L

39-32 60-11 51-20 42-29 40-31 61-10 43-28

1931-32 (6-1) J16 CCNY F6 Rutgers F13 Brown F20 at Penn M4 at Columbia M5 at Yale M12 Syracuse

W W W W W L W

46-25 49-22 49-22 42-29 42-29 51-20 59-12

1932-33 (4-2) F4 Virginia F18 Pennsylvania F25 Yale M3 at Rutgers M4 at CCNY M11 Columbia

W W L L W W

62-9 49.5-21.5 49-22 40-31 40-31 54-17

1933-34 (4-2) F3 Colgate F17 CCNY F21 Rutgers F24 Penn M9 at Yale M10 at Columbia

W W L W L W

46-25 58-13 38-33 38-33 52-19 45-26

1934-35 (5-1) F2 Virginia F9 Rutgers F16 CCNY F23 Columbia M2 Yale M9 at Penn

W W W W L W

53-22 41-30 48-23 46-25 51-20 48-23

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1935-36 (0-5) F8 Rutgers F15 at Columbia F22 at Yale F29 Penn M4 Princeton

L L L L L

53-18 45-26 56-28 48-23 52-19

1936-37 (0-7) J16 Columbia F13 Yale F19 at Princeton F20 at Penn F27 Dartmouth M3 Rutgers M6 Harvard

L L L L L L L

41-34 56-19 49-26 41-34 41-34 50-25 60-15

1937-38 (1-5) F12 Pennsylvania F19 Columbia F26 Princeton M4 at Harvard M5 at Yale M12 Dartmouth

L L L L L L

30-15 45-30 52-23 55-20 51-24 48-27

1938-39 (2-6) F4 Washington & Jeff. W F11 Princeton L F18 Harvard L F22 Penn W F25 Yale L M4 Army L M10 at Dartmouth L M11 at Columbia L

61-14 61-14 63-12 49-26 47-28 48-27 56-19 48-27

1939-40 (6-4) J13 Lehigh J20 Virginia J26 at Penn J27 at Princeton F3 Washington & Jeff. F10 Yale F17 Dartmouth F22 Harvard M2 Army M9 Columbia

W W W L W L L L W W

51-24 68-7 54-21 52-23 64-11 60-15 40-35 47-28 38-37 47-28

1940-41 (5-5) J11 North Carolina J18 Virginia J25 Penn F1 Princeton F8 Harvard F15 Cornell F21 at Columbia F22 at Yale M1 at Army M8 at Dartmouth

W W W L L W W L L L

42-33 64-11 62-13 43-32 50-25 50-25 46-29 55-20 45-30 41-34

1941-42 (4-6) J10 North Carolina J17 Lafayette J24 Virginia J31 Yale F6 at Penn F7 at Princeton F14 at Harvard

L W W L W L L

58-17 53-22 60-15 59-16 39-36 63-12 52-23

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F21 Columbia F28 Dartmouth M7 Army

W L L

43-32 39-36 44-31

1942-43 (6-3) J16 at Dartmouth J23 Temple F6 Princeton F10 North Carolina F13 Harvard F19 at Columbia F20 at Yale F27 Penn M6 at Army

L W L W W W L W W

39.5-35.5 54-21 45-30 49-26 46-29 47-28 44-31 50-24 46-29

1943-44 (8-2) J8 Swarthmore J15 Penn State J22 North Carolina J29 Columbia F5 Duke F11 at Penn F12 at Princeton F26 Stevens Inst. M4 Army M11 Yale NCAA Meet

W W L W W W W W W L T-3rd

65-9 64-11 39-36 58-17 60-15 62-13 39-36 57-9 42-33 47-28 24 pts

1944-45 (5-4) J6 Fr. & Marshall J13 Penn J20 North Carolina J27 Columbia F3 at Yale F10 Princeton F17 Duke F24 Bainbridge M3 at Army

W W L W L W W L L

64-11 54-21 42-33 52-23 51-24 59-16 60-15 49-26 44-31

1945-46 (9-0) J12 Duke J19 Lehigh J19 Fr. & Marshall J26 North Carolina J26 Cornell F2 at Princeton F9 Coast Guard F15 at Penn F16 at Columbia F23 USMMA M2 Army NCAA Meet

W W W W W W W W W W W T-4th

68-7 77-25 77-27 54-42 54-33 54-21 61-9 68-7 60-15 48-27 44-31 14 pts

1946-47 (7-4) J11 Cornell J18 Yale J25 Lehigh F1 Columbia F5 North Carolina F8 Rutgers F15 Penn F21 at Dartmouth F22 at Harvard M1 at Army M8 Princeton

W L W W W L L L L W W

39-36 62-13 64-11 66-9 50-25 57-18 40-35 46-29 45-30 46-29 42-33


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G W L L L W L L W W

38.5-36.5 52-23 50-25 55-20 44-31 45-30 39-36 62-13 51-24

1948-49 (6-6) J8 Columbia J15 at Cornell J29 Duke F5 Rutgers F11 at Dartmouth F12 at Harvard F19 Princeton F26 Yale M5 at Army M12 Pennsylvania

W W W L L L L L L W

52-23 41-34 46-29 47-28 52-23 45-30 44-31 45-34 43-27 46-29

1949-50 (1-9) J7 Cornell J14 Dartmouth J21 North Carolina F4 Rutgers F11 Harvard F18 at Princeton F25 at Yale M4 Army M10 at Penn M11 Columbia

L L L L L L L L L W

39-36 55-20 53-22 48-27 48-27 49-26 64-11 61-14 40-35 62-

1950-51 (5-5) D16 Loyola J6 Columbia J13 Yale J27 Pittsburgh F3 Princeton F10 Penn F16 at Dartmouth F17 at Harvard F24 at Rutgers M3 at Army 1951-52 (4-5-1) D15 Brown J5 Rutgers J11 at Princeton J12 at Columbia J19 Pittsburgh F2 Harvard F9 at Yale F16 Dartmouth F23 at Penn M1 Army NCAA Meet

W W L W W W L L L L

68-9 55-20 53-22 42-33 40-35 64-11 45-30 58-17 41-34 45-30

W W L W T L L L W L 15th

53-31 51-33 53-31 48-36 42-42 57-27 56-28 47-37 67-17 46-38 3 pts.

1952-53 (7-3) D13 Lehigh D19 Fordham J10 Columbia J17 Princeton F6 at Dartmouth F7 at Harvard F14 Pittsburgh F21 Yale F28 at Army M7 Pennsylvania NCAA Meet

W W W L W L W L W W 22nd

59-25 68-16 57-27 45-39 48-36 57-27 54-30 50-34 56-28 64-20 2 pts.

1953-54 (6-4) D12 Lehigh J8 at Penn J9 at Columbia J16 Dartmouth J30 Pittsburgh F6 at Princeton F13 Harvard F20 at Yale F27 Army M6 Rutgers

W W W L W L W L W W

58-26 49-35 46-38 49-35 43-41 43-41 45-39 64-20 45-39 63-16

1954-55 (5-5) D12 Virginia J8 Columbia J15 Penn J29 Pittsburgh F4 at Dartmouth F5 at Harvard F12 Princeton F19 Yale F26 at Army M5 at Cornell

W W W W L L L L W L

65-19 49-35 57-27 48-36 44-40 67-17 47-37 58-26 44-40 47-37

1955-56 (9-5) D17 at Cornell J7 at Dartmouth J11 Pa. Military J14 Columbia J28 Duke F1 VMI F4 Harvard F8 West Chester F11 at Princeton F18 at Yale F25 Pittsburgh M3 Army M7 Penn M10 Fr. & Marshall 1956-57 (11-3) D14 at Penn D15 at Columbia J9 Pa. Military J18 Dartmouth J26 Duke F1 at Brown F2 at Harvard F9 Princeton F16 Yale F20 Maryland F23 Pittsburgh M2 at Army M8 Cornell M9 Fr. & Marshall

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

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

46-38 51-33 76-8 68-16 68-16 59-25 66-18 59-25 43-41 66-18 58-26 46-38 56-28 76-8

65-21 62-24 78-8 46-40 61-25 45-41 66-20 59-27 58-28 72-14 75-11 47-39 64-22 76-10

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1957-58 (9-5) D7 Brown D14 Columbia J18 Penn J29 Duke F1 Harvard F5 VMI F7 at Princeton F8 at Yale F12 Fr. & Marshall F15 Pittsburgh F19 Maryland F22 at Cornell M1 Army M8 Dartmouth NCAA Meet

1961-62 (11-3) D9 Brown D13 Villanova D16 Harvard J13 at Princeton J17 Maryland J20 Penn J31 Fr. & Marshall F3 at Yale F7 Duke F10 at Dartmouth F14 West Chester F16 Cornell F24 Army M3 Columbia EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W W L L W W W L W W W W W W 8th 18th

63-32 51-44 50-45 49-46 61-34 76-19 72-23 68-27 82-13 48-47 60.5-34.5 63-32 52-43 71-24 15.5 pts. 4 pts.

44-42 68-18 67-19 59-27 67-19 54-32 47-39 62-24 61-25 68-17 60-26 69-17 48-38 47-39 1 pt.

1962-63 (7-6) D15 at Harvard D19 North Carolina J12 at Columbia J16 at Maryland J19 Princeton J30 Duke F2 Yale F9 at Cornell F13 West Chester F16 at Penn F23 at Army M2 Dartmouth M9 Villanova EISL Meet NCAA Meet

L W W L L W L W W W L W L 5th ––

53-42 50-45 71-23 62-33 50-45 77-18 61-34 57-38 53-42 63-32 69-26 49-46 53-42 25 pts. 0 pts.

W W W W L W W W L W W W W W 18th

54-41 74-21 79-16 70-25 52-43 52-43 72-23 65-23 70-25 76-19 56-39 67-28 66-29 67-28 2 pts.

1963-64 (8-5) D5 North Carolina D14 Harvard D18 at Princeton J11 Columbia J18 Maryland J27 Duke F1 at Yale F8 at Dartmouth F12 Villanova F15 Penn F19 West Chester F22 Cornell F29 Army EISL Meet NCAA Meet

L W W W L W L W L W W W L 5th ––

48-47 57-38 56-39 84-11 48-47 67-28 58-37 59-36 50-45 69-26 64-24 59-36 68-27 34 pts. 0 pts.

1960-61 (13-1) F17 North Carolina W J13 at Penn W J14 at Columbia W J18 at Maryland W J21 Cornell W F1 Villanova W F4 Yale W F10 at Brown W F11 at Harvard L F15 Duke W F18 West Chester W F25 at Army W M3 Dartmouth W M4 Princeton W NCAA Meet T-17th

55-40 65-30 59-36 52-43 77-18 80-15 48-47 68-27 56-39 72-23 70-25 56-39 63-32 61-34 3.5 pts.

1964-65 (7-6) D12 at Harvard D16 North Carolina J9 at Columbia J16 at Maryland F2 Duke F6 Yale F10 Villanova F13 Princeton F17 West Chester F20 at Cornell F27 at Army M3 at Penn M6 Dartmouth EISL Meet NCAA Meet

L L W L W L L W W W L W W 3rd ––

62-33 59-36 66-28 62-33 67-27 60-35 55-40 55-40 76-19 64-31 62-33 68-26 69-26 170.5 pts. 0 pts.

1958-59 (10-4) D13 Cornell D17 Villanova J9 at Penn J10 at Columbia J17 Pittsburgh J30 at Brown J31 at Harvard F4 Duke F7 Yale F11 Fordham F14 Princeton F18 at Maryland F28 at Army M7 Dartmouth NCAA Meet 1959-60 (12-2) D5 Brown D12 at Cornell D16 Villanova J9 Columbia J16 Harvard J20 at Dartmouth J23 Pittsburgh F3 Duke F6 at Yale F10 North Carolina F13 at Princeton F17 Maryland F20 Penn F27 Army NCAA Meet

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W W W W L W W L W W W L L L ––

46-39 59-27 66-19 62-17 56-30 55-31 54-32 63-23 68-9 67-19 70-16 46-40 48-38 58-28 0 pts.

W W W W W W L W L W W W L L T-17th

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1947-48 (4-5) J17 Cornell J24 North Carolina F7 Harvard F21 at Yale F28 Dartmouth M3 Rutgers M6 Army M12 at Columbia M13 at Penn


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G

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1965-66 (8-4) D4 at Dartmouth D11 Harvard D15 N. Carolina J8 Columbia J15 Maryland J19 Penn F5 at Yale F9 Villanova F12 at Princeton F16 West Chester F19 Cornell F26 Army EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W W W W L W L W L W W L 3rd T-35th

58-37 66-29 72-22 75-20 48-47 77-18 57-38 66-29 54-41 75-20 72-23 55-40 195 pts. 2 pts.

1969-70 (7-5) D6 Columbia D13 Harvard D17 North Carolina J10 at Dartmouth J14 Maryland J17 Tennessee J31 at Yale F4 Villanova F14 at Princeton F21 Cornell F28 Army M7 Pennsylvania EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W L W L W L L W L W W W 4th ––

88-16 72-41 63-50 61-52 80-33 64-49 74-39 57-47 79-34 70-43 70-43 86-25 166 pts. 0 pts.

1966-67 (5-7) D10 at Harvard L D14 North Carolina L J7 at Columbia W J14 at Maryland L F1 West Chester W F4 Yale L F8 Villanova W F11 Princeton L F18 at Cornell W F25 at Army L M1 at Penn W M4 Dartmouth L EISL Meet 9th NCAA Meet T-31st

57-38 54-41 62-33 52-43 86-9 53-42 63-32 66-29 60-35 52-43 56-39 53-42 80 pts. 2 pts.

1970-71 (5-7) D12 at Harvard D16 North Carolina J9 Yale J14 at Maryland J16 Dartmouth J23 Ohio J29 at Syracuse J30 at Cornell F3 Villanova F6 at Penn F20 Princeton F27 at Army EISL Meet NCAA Meet

L W L L W W W W L L L L 6th 26th

77-36 61-52 73-40 76-37 62-51 64-49 67-46 67-46 64-49 66-47 67-46 73-40 163 pts. 7 pts.

1971-72 (6-6) D1 Johns Hopkins D4 North Carolina D11 Harvard J12 Maryland J15 at Dartmouth J20 East Carolina J29 Cornell F5 at Yale F12 Villanova F19 at Princeton F26 Army M1 Pennsylvania EISL Meet

W L L L L W W L W L W W 7th

82-31 72-41 57-56 65-48 66-47 64-49 74-29 82-31 72-41 69-44 75-38 78-35 113 pts.

1967-68 (6-7) D9 Columbia D13 North Carolina D16 Harvard J13 at Dartmouth J17 Maryland J20 Penn State J31 Colgate F3 at Yale F7 Villanova F10 at Princeton F17 Cornell F24 Army M2 Penn EISL Meet NCAA Meet 1968-69 (5-7) D7 at Columbia D14 at Harvard D19 at Cornell J11 North Carolina J15 at Maryland J18 Tennessee F1 Yale F5 Villanova F8 at Penn F15 Dartmouth F22 Princeton M1 at Army EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W L L L L W W L W L W L W 7th ––

W L W W L L L W W L L L 3rd ––

81-23 64-49 66-47 68-45 58-55 102-11 67-37 76-37 66-38 66-47 62-51 58-55 83-30 123 pts. 0 pts.

82-22 57-56 76-37 63-50 79-34 75-38 76-37 56-48 74-39 67-46 68-45 70-43 172 pts. 0 pts.

1972-73 (7-7) D6 North Carolina D9 at Harvard D13 at Maryland J13 Dartmouth J16 Johns Hopkins J20 Ohio J27 at Cornell F3 Yale F7 Villanova F10 Syracuse F17 Princeton F24 at Army F28 at Penn M3 Fordham EISL Meet NCAA Meet

L L L L W W L L W W L W W W 10th 19th

62-49 69-44 76-37 71-42 71-42 81-32 66-47 61-52 73-40 83-26 59-53 60-53 58-55 84-29 97 pts. 14 pts.

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1973-74 (8-7) D8 Harvard D12 Maryland D12 North Carolina D15 Fordham J12 at Dartmouth J15 Jo. Hopkins J19 Ohio J26 Cornell J30 West Virginia F2 at Yale F6 Villanova F9 at Syracuse F16 at Princeton F23 Army F27 Penn EISL Meet

L L L W L W W L W L W W L W W 10th

80-33 65-48 66-47 74-39 73-40 61-52 92-22 57-56 92-21 64-49 74-38 80-33 107-62 75.5-37.5 61-52 48 pts.

1974-75 (7-4) D4 Virginia W D6 at Brown W D7 at Harvard L D11 at Maryland W J11 Dartmouth W J14 at Johns Hopkins W J25 at Cornell L F1 Yale W F15 Princeton L F22 at Army L F27 at Penn W EISL Meet 11th

70-43 75-38 57-56 60-53 57-56 74-39 67-46 71-42 75-38 68-45 62-51 74 pts.

1975-76 (3-7) D6 Harvard D10 Maryland D13 Brown J10 at Dartmouth J13 Johns Hopkins J24 Cornell J31 at Yale F11 Pennsylvania F14 at Princeton F28 Army EISL Meet

L L L L W W L W L L 9th

74-39 73-40 62-51 68-45 67-46 61-52 60-53 59-54 76-37 67-46 86 pts.

1976-77 (9-1) D4 at Harvard D8 at Maryland D11 at Brown J8 Dartmouth J11 at Johns Hopkins J14 Yale F9 at Penn F12 Princeton F15 at Cornell F26 at Army EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W W W W W W W L W W 5th ––

72-41 71-42 92-21 72-41 74-39 68-45 68-44 60-53 72-41 68-45 195 pts. 0 pts.

L L W L W W L L L

72-41 71-42 66-47 60-53 73-40 59-54 65-48 91.5-21.5 70-43

1977-78 (3-7) D3 at Harvard D7 West Virginia D10 Brown J7 at Dartmouth J11 Johns Hopkins J14 at Yale F4 Maryland F11 at Princeton F18 Columbia

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L 7th ––

64-49 118 pts. 0 pts.

1978-79 (7-5) D1 Harvard D9 at Brown J6 Dartmouth J10 at Johns Hopkins J13 Yale J27 Cornell F3 at Maryland F7 at Penn F10 Princeton F14 Villanova F17 at Columbia F24 at Army EISL Meet

L W W W W W L W L W L L 7th

68-45 62-51 70-43 74-39 82-31 62-51 71-42 79-34 71-42 86-27 65-48 67-46 200 pts.

L L L W L W W L W L W W W 10th

74-39 57-56 74-39 80-33 67-46 89-24 73-40 59-54 80-33 68-44 79-34 66-47 62-51 49 pts.

L W W W W W W L W W L L W 7th

80-32 75-38 61-52 59-54 58-55 78-35 66-47 72-41 65-48 77-36 68-44 72-41 72-41 91.5 pts.

1981-82 (7-5) N29 Harvard L D6 Brown W J8 at Dartmouth L J9 at Yale L J16 at East Carolina W J23 Cornell W J30 Pennsylvania W F2 at James Madison W F10 Villanova W F13 at Princeton L F20 Columbia L F27 Army W EISL Meet 9th

65-46 76-37 66-47 60-53 79-34 67-46 76-37 75-38 64-48 73-40 70-43 74-39 137 pts.

1979-80 (7-6) D1 at Harvard D8 Brown J5 at Dartmouth J9 Johns Hopkins J12 at Yale J19 Drexel J20 Cornell F2 Maryland F6 Penn F9 at Princeton F13 Villanova F16 Columbia F23 Army EISL Meet 1980-81 (9-4) D6 at Harvard D7 at Brown J3 Dartmouth J10 Yale J14 at Johns Hopkins J17 at Drexel J24 at Cornell J31 at Maryland F7 Villanova F11 at Penn F14 Princeton F21 at Columbia F28 at Army EISL Meet


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G 1982-83 (9-4) N27 Dartmouth D4 at Harvard D5 at Brown J8 at Cornell J12 at Johns Hopkins J15 East Carolina J22 Yale J28 James Madison J29 at Penn F9 Villanova F17 Princeton F19 at Columbia F26 at Army EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W L L W W W W W W W L L W 6th ––

1984-85 (10-5) N24 Dartmouth W N30 at Harvard L D1 at Brown L D6 West Virginia L D8 Shippensburg W D8 East Carolina W J9 at Johns Hopkins W J12 at Cornell W J19 James Madison W J26 Yale W F2 at Penn W F6 Villanova W F16 Princeton L F23 at Columbia W M2 at Army L EISL Meet 8th NCAA Meet –– 1985-86 (13-2) N23 at Dartmouth N29 Harvard D3 at West Virginia D6 East Carolina D7 at Shippensburg J8 Johns Hopkins J11 Cornell J18 at James Madison J25 at Yale F1 Penn F2 Brown F5 at Villanova F15 at Princeton F22 Columbia

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

76-37 61-52 80-33 74-39 78-35 83-30 60-53 66-47 77-34 73-40 68-45 59-54 64-49 58-55 145 pts. 0 pts.

65-48 89-24 63-50 64-49 74-44 60-53 72-41 57-56 70-43 67-46 63-50 73-40 67-46 67-46 73-40 165 pts. 0 pts.

91-22 71-42 68-45 90-21 71-42 81-30 59-54 66-47 73-40 88-25 83-30 67-46 72-41 78-35

F28 Army EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W 7th T-38th

1986-87 (10-3) N14 West Virginia N21 James Madison N22 at Dartmouth N28 Harvard N30 Princeton D5 at Army J10 at Cornell J14 at Johns Hopkins J17 at Brown J24 Yale J31 at Penn F4 Villanova F21 at Columbia CAA Meet EISL Meet

W W W L L W W W W W W W L 1st 8th

63-50 190.5 pts. 3 pts.

59-52 130-86 98-15 70-42 80-33 63-50 65-48 137-71 67-46 67-46 71-42 145.5-71.5 57-56 651 pts. 172 pts.

1987-88 (10-3) N3 at James Madison W N14 at East Carolina W N21 at Dartmouth W N27 Harvard L N29 at Princeton L D4 Army W J10 Cornell W J16 Brown W J20 Johns Hopkins W J23 at Yale W J30 Penn L F3 Villanova W F20 Columbia W CAA Meet 1st EISL Meet 6th

126-88 116-99 145-66 130-85 146-71 130-87 139-76 140-77 150-65 125-90 110-107 135-81 142-74 625.5 pts. 216 pts.

1988-89 (10-4) N12 James Madison W N19 Dartmouth W N20 Duke W N26 at Harvard L N27 Princeton L D2 at Army L J7 at Cornell W J14 at Brown W J15 Denison W J18 at Johns Hopkins W J21 Yale W J28 at Penn W F4 at Villanova W F18 at Columbia L CAA Meet 2nd EISL Meet 7th NCAA Meet ––

164.5-78.5 91-22 164-79 64-49 65-48 59-54 61-52 57-56 158-81 142-87 75-38 59-54 129-114 64-49 572 197 pts. 0 pts.

1989-90 (3-10) N10 at James Madison N11 at Duke N12 at East Carolina N18 at Dartmouth N24 Harvard N26 at Princeton D2 Army J7 Cornell J13 Brown J17 Jo. Hopkins J20 at Yale

L W L L L L L L W W L

130-113 132-111 125-118 81-32 83-30 75-37 68-45 64-49 71-39 151-89 65-48

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L L 17th ––

66-47 67-46 79 pts. 0 pts.

1990-91 (3-8) N16 James Madison L N17 Dartmouth W N25 at Harvard L D1 at Army L J5 at Cornell L J12 at Brown W J16 at Johns Hopkins W J19 Yale L J26 at Penn L F9 Princeton L F16 at Columbia L EISL Meet 11th

135-108 131-106 153.488.5 130-113 139.5-100.5 149-90 148-83 144-99 135-102 150-87 136-106 107.5 pts.

1991-92 (5-7) N2 at James Madison L N16 Duke W N23 at Dartmouth L N23 vs. Brown L D1 Harvard L D6 Army W J7 Cornell L J15 Johns Hopkins W J18 at Yale L J25 Penn W F8 at Princeton L F15 Columbia W EISL Meet 6th

150-93 141.5-99.5 161-80 163-78 149-94 135-108 129-114 168-68 133-121 142-101 145-91 128-113 217 pts.

1992-93 (7-4) N14 Duke W N21 at Dartmouth W N21 vs. Brown W N29 at Harvard L D9 at Army W J10 at Cornell W J13 at Johns Hopkins W J23 Yale L J29 at Penn W F13 Princeton L F20 at Columbia L EISL Meet 4th NCAA Meet T-36th

144-88 176-49 127-115 202-98 141-102 135.5-107.5 142-80 136.5-106.5 148.5-94.5 141-96 147-96 305 pts. 7 pts.

1993-94 (9-4) N13 at Duke N20 Dartmouth N20 Brown D3 Army J9 Cornell J12 Johns Hopkins J14 Harvard J22 at Yale J29 Penn F4 Xavier F5 at UMBC F12 at Princeton F19 Columbia at EISL Meet at NCAA Meet

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W W W W L W L L W W W L W 4th 23rd

162-81 171-69 163-79 125-118 126.5-114.5 157-79 178-65 139-104 149-94 159-51 140-100 175-119 161-80 338 pts. 32 pts.

1994-95 (10-2) N12 Notre Dame W N19 at Dartmouth W N19 vs. Brown W D2 at Army W J8 at Cornell W J11 at Johns Hopkins W J14 at Harvard L J21 Yale W J28 at Penn W F4 UMBC W F11 Princeton L F18 at Columbia W EISL Meet 4th NCAA Meet 21st

159-84 175-67 170-66 131-112 149.5-93.5 156-80 195-105 151-92 143-101 138-102 151-90 121-120 379 pts. 26 pts.

1995-96 (9-2) N11 Connecticut N20 at Brown N20 vs. Dartmouth D1 Army J17 Cornell J20 at Yale J27 Penn F3 at UMBC F10 at Princeton F11 Harvard F17 Columbia EISL Meet NCAA Meet

W W W W W W W W L L W 3rd 21st

166-77 176-66 170-78 158.5-84.5 150-93 141-99 141-101 139-104 172-119 155-88 177-64 501 pts. 50 pts.

1996-97 (10-3) O26 George Washington W N16 at Connecticut L N23 Brown W N23 Dartmouth W D6 at Army W J8 Johns Hopkins W J11 at Harvard L J18 at Cornell W J18 vs. Yale W J25 at Penn W F1 UMBC W F8 Princeton L F15 at Columbia W EISL Meet 3rd NCAA Meet ––

154-82 153-147 150-90 175-67 149-94 161-79 206-93 175-68 126-117 128-115 156-89 131-107 130-113 420.5 pts. 0 pts.

1997-98 (10-2) N22 at Brown W N22 vs. Dartmouth W D5 Army W J10 Harvard L J14 at Johns Hopkins W J17 at Yale W J17 vs. Cornell W J24 Penn W J31 at Geo. Washington W J31 vs. UMBC W F14 at Princeton L F21 Columbia W EISL Meet 4th

129-113 164-78 149-94 149-93 157-83 135.5-107.5 176-67 177-62 126.5-114.5 149-91 165-133 170-73 379.5 pts.

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1983-84 (10-4) N26 at Dartmouth W D2 Harvard W D3 Brown W D10 Wright State W J7 at East Carolina W J11 Johns Hopkins W J14 Cornell L J21 at Yale W J28 Penn W J30 at James Madison W F8 Villanova W F11 at Princeton L F18 Columbia L F25 Army L EISL Meet 10th NCAA Meet ––

80-33 75-38 58-55 67-46 65-48 87-26 62-51 73-40 70-43 71-42 59-54 71-42 65-48 233 pts. 0 pts.


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1998-99 (8-5) O24 at Geo. Washington L N14 West Virginia W N21 at Brown L N21 vs. Dartmouth W D4 at Army W J9 at Harvard L J13 Johns Hopkins W J16 Cornell W J16 Yale L J23 at Penn W F6 UMBC W F13 Princeton L F20 at Columbia W EISL Meet 5th

130-111 159-80 150-94 177-66 152-91 199-101 153-90 150-93 127-116 158-81 147-94 169-121 127-116 740.5 pts.

1999-2000 (9-3) N10 George Washington W N20 Brown W N20 Dartmouth W D3 Army W J8 Harvard L J12 at Johns Hopkins W J15 at Cornell W J15 vs. Yale L J22 Penn W J29 at UMBC W F12 at Princeton L F19 Columbia W EISL Meet 4th NCAA Meet ––

148-92 141-102 201-40 173-71 161-82 147-93 138-105 125-118 132-72 132-109 186.5-125.5 125-116 843 pts. 0 pts.

2000-01 (7-5) O28 Johns Hopkins W N8 at Geo. Washington W N18 at Dartmouth W N18 vs. Brown L D1 at Army W J6 at Harvard L J13 at Yale L J13 vs. Cornell W J20 at Penn L J27 UMBC W F10 Princeton L F17 at Columbia W EISL Meet 5th NCAA Meet ––

167-74 157-80 191-52 142-101 130-113 211-89 135-88 138-88 137-106 126-117 164-78 134-109 720 pts. 0 pts.

2001-02 (5-7) O27 at Johns Hopkins L N3 at UMBC L N7 George Washington W N17 at Brown L N17 vs. Dartmouth W N30 Army W J5 Harvard L J12 Cornell L J12 Yale L J19 Penn W J26 Columbia W F9 at Princeton L EISL Meet 7th

121-84 130-113 158-85 130-94 161-82 160-83 195-102 128-115 143-100 160-83 154-89 174-111 500 pts.

2002-03 (6-6) O25 Johns Hopkins W N2 UMBC W N13 at Geo. Washington W N23 Brown W N23 Dartmouth W D4 at Army W J4 at Harvard L J11 at Cornell L J11 vs. Yale L J18 at Penn L F8 Princeton L F15 at Columbia L EISL Meet 6th

125-112 132-110 146-91 154-88 172-71 156-87 169-73 141.5-101.5 138-103 138-104 206-80 150-93 640.5 pts.

2003-04 (8-9) O3 Air Force L O18 Lafayette W O18 Rider W O24 at Johns Hopkins W N1 at UMBC W N12 George Washington W N14 American W N14 Bucknell W N22 at Dartmouth L N22 vs. Brown L D4 Army W J3 Harvard L J10 at Yale L J10 vs. Cornell L J31 Penn L F7 at Princeton L F14 Columbia L Patriot League Meet 1st EISL Meet 6th NCAA Meet T-28th

167-133 238-66 219-81 125-112 122-121 145-88 161-133 222-78 140-101 126-114 151-92 204-94 142-99 122.5-120.5 123-120 170-122 132-110 810 pts. 695.5pts. 14 pts.

2004-05 (10-6) O16 Lafayette W O16 Rider W O23 Johns Hopkins W O29 UMBC L N10 George Washington W N13 Bucknell W N13 UNC Wilmington W N20 at Brown W N20 vs. Dartmouth W D2 at Army W J8 at Harvard L J15 Cornell L J15 Yale W J29 at Penn L F5 Princeton L F12 at Columbia L Patriot League Meet 1st EISL Meet 8th

202-82 175-120 141-96 122-121 155-82 234-66 167-131 134-107 162-81 130-113 187-113 122-121 136-107 130-113 167-133 166-134 822.5 pts. 686 pts.

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2005-06 (10-5) O15 George Washington W O15 Loyola W O21 Johns Hopkins W O29 at UMBC W N12 at Bucknell W N12 vs. Lafayette W N19 Brown W N19 Dartmouth W D1 Army W J7 Harvard L J14 at Cornell L J14 vs. Yale L J28 Penn W F11 at Princeton L F1a vs. Columbia L Patriot League Meet 1st EISL Meet 6th NCAA Meet ––

188-105 219.5-69.5 172-117 127-116 193-107 165-120 143-100 169-74 179-64 170-130 149-94 136-107 140.5-100.5 180-63 149-94 853 pts. 770 pts. 0 pts.

2006-07 (12-4) O14 at Loyola W O14 vs. Catholic W O14 vs. Geo. Washington W O21 Johns Hopkins W O28 UMBC W N11 at Bucknell W N11 vs. Lafayette W N18 at Dartmouth W N18 vs. Brown W N30 at Army W D10 Princeton W J6 at Harvard L J13 at Yale L J13 vs. Cornell L J27 at Penn W F2 at Columbia L Patriot League Meet 1st EISL Meet 6th

184-99 223-61 207-83 169.5-101.5 154.5-86.5 234-66 241-58 199-43 140-103 196-104 165-135 188-112 211.5-88.5 218.5-81.5 176-124 172-128 864 pts. 801.5 pts.

2007-08 (15-2) O13 Catholic W O13 George Washington W O13 Loyola W O19 Johns Hopkins W O27 at UMBC W N10 American W N10 Bucknell W N10 Lafayette W N17 at Brown W N17 vs. Dartmouth W N29 Army W J5 Harvard L J12 Cornell W J12 Yale W J26 Penn W F8 Columbia W F9 at Princeton L Patriot League Meet 1st EISL Meet 5th

223-66 207.5-82.5 194-101 162-95 137-101 169-98 159-125 168-109 139.5-103.5 202.5-40.5 231-69 176-124 174-126 159-141 164.5-116.5 176-119 183-109 887 pts. 869.5 pts.

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2008-09 (17-2) O11 at Loyola W O11 vs. Boston College W O11 Catholic W O17 Johns Hopkins W O25 UMBC W N8 at Bucknell W N8 vs. American W N8 vs. Lafayette W N22 Brown W N22 Dartmouth W D4 at Army W D9 Maryland W J3 at Harvard L J10 at Cornell W J10 vs. Yale W J24 at Penn W J24 vs. Rider W F6 at Columbia W F7 Princeton L Patriot League Meet 1st ECAC Meet 1st NCAA Meet 37th

135-116 203-89 207-76 140-117 169-126 159-124 190-67 182-104 155-131 179-110 214.5-85.5 159-111 188-112 154.5-145.5 202-98 178.5-118.5 196-87 162-133 155.5-144.5 1031.5 pts. 703.5 pts. 4 pts.

2009-10 (13-1) O10 George Mason W O10 Loyola W O16 Johns Hopkins W O24 at UMBC W N7 American W N7 Bucknell W N7 Lafayette W N21 at Darmouth W N21 vs. Brown W D10 Army W J9 at Maryland W J23 at Yale W J29 Virginia L F5 Columbia W Patriot League Meet 1st ECAC Meet 6th NCAA Meet T-32nd

164-125 161-109 145-115 156-133 173-104 156-122 174-106 169-129 152-143 236-64 160-129 152-142 160-128 158-131 1047 pts. 673.5 pts. 3 pts.

2010-11 (12-1) O9 at George Mason O9 vs. Loyola O22 UMBC O29 at Virginia N6 at Bucknell N6 vs. American N6 vs. Lafayette D9 vs. Army J8 Maryland J22 Yale F4 at Columbia F5 at Princeton F11 Johns Hopkins Patriot League Meet ECAC NCAA Meet

201-87 159-133 158-131 156-136 186-101 199-86 198-91 246-54 162-124 152-131 171-129 167-133 121-111 1056 pts. 765.5 pts. 0 pts.

W W W L W W W W W W W W W 1st 1st ––


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Women’s Yearly Results 81-49 69-62 101-29 70-59 79-52 85-40 553 pts. 105 pts. 163 pts.

1979-80 (4-4) D5 Loyola W EWSL Meet 6th J19 Drexel L J25 Villanova L J28 American W J31 at Geo. Washington W J31 vs. Maryland L F7 Towson W F12 at W&M L Md. State 2nd AIAW Meet 11th

82-42 137 pts. 100-40 91-48 68-64 78-38 112-78 76-64 81-50 523 pts. n/a

1980-81 (3-4) EWSL Meet 6th J17 at Drexel L J20 at Towson W J26 at American W J28 at Maryland L J28 vs. Geo. Washington W F2 James Madison L F6 William & Mary L Md. State Meet 3rd AIAW Meet 14th

160 pts. 87-53 75-65 77-61 126-67 67-47 93-51 79-60 n/a 122.5 pts.

1981-82 (6-4) D1 Delaware L at W. Clarion Invite 4th J9 at Yale L J16 at East Carolina L J20 Towson W J23 Villanova L J25 American W J30 George Washington W F2 at James Madison W F6 William & Mary W Md. State Meet 2nd F20 Army W NCAA D-II Meet 9th

73-67 213 86-54 86-62 102-47 71-69 90-58 80-58 74-66 77-63 796 pts. 90-50 221 pts.

1982-83 (4-6) N30 at Delaware L D10 at Geo. Washington W D10 vs. Towson W J15 Villanova L J15 East Carolina L J17 James Madison W J22 Yale L J26 at American L F4 William & Mary L Md. State Meet 2nd F19 at Army W NCAA (D-I)I Meet 23rd

79-70 77-70 100-49 91-58 77-72 76-73 85-64 75-74 91-58 772 pts. 87-62 26 pts.

1983-84 (5-6) N20 Bloomsburg L N30 Delaware W D10 Wright State W J7 at East Carolina L J14 Villanova L J17 Towson W J25 American W J28 at William & Mary L F1 at James Madison L F4 George Washington L Md. State Meet 1st F24 Army W NCAA (D-II) Meet T-22nd

88-52 71-69 90-50 93-47 95-45 91-47 82-55 82-58 91-49 74-66 949 pts. 83-57 10 pts.

1984-85 (6-6) N17 Bloomsburg L N28 at Delaware L D8 East Carolina L J12 Villanova L J16 at Towson W J16 vs. Johns Hopkins W J19 James Madison L J25 at American W J29 Shepherd W F1 at Geo. Washington W Md. State Meet 1st F15 William & Mary W M1 at Army L NCAA (D-II) Meet 25th

75-65 72-68 77-63 88-52 109-31 96-43 78-62 72-52 85-28 71-69 1118 77-63 90-50 33.5 pts.

1985-86 (5-7-1) O26 at JMU Relays 3rd N23 Bloomsburg L D3 at American W D6 East Carolina L J8 Delaware W J11 Cornell L J15 Towson W J18 at James Madison L J25 William & Mary L J28 at Shepherd W J31 George Washington T F4 Georgetown W at Md. State Meet 1st F12 at Villanova L F27 Army L NCAA (D-II) Meet 29th

n/a 83-57 79-51 60-51 81-59 81-55 88-52 76-59 77-63 87-54 70-70 77-63 102.5 pts. 54-34 97-43 4 pts.

1986-87 (10-3) O25 JMU Relays 3rd N15 VCU W N22 Bloomsburg W D2 at American W D6 at E. Carolina L D6 vs. Duke W J7 at Delaware W J14 at Johns Hopkins W J14 vs. Towson W J17 James Madison L J24 at William & Mary W J31 at Geo. Washington W F7 at Georgetown W CAA Meet 3rd F27 at Army L NCAA (D-II) Meet 12th

n/a 139-129 164-100 166-96 150-116 162.5-104.5 152-113 82-44 95-27 146-120 148-120 146-117 166-101 587 pts. 180.5-87.5 66 pts.

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1987-88 (13-1) N13 VCU L N14 JMU Relays T2nd N21 Bloomsburg W D4 at Drexel W D9 at Delaware W J2 at Florida Atlantic W J2 vs. Cleveland State W J13 Towson W J13 American W J16 at James Madison W J23 William & Mary W J30 at West Virginia W F4 Georgetown W CAA Meet 1st F19 George Washington W F27 Army W NCAA (D-II) Meet 8th

143.5-129.5 n/a 152-114 142-124 147-118 150-64 121-76 112-27 97-43 149-116 154-102 135-133 171-89 745 pts. 156-100 148-120 121 pts.

1988-89 (10-2) O22 at JMU Relays 1st N12 Drexel W N19 Bloomsburg W N20 Duke W D1 at Army L D7 at Maryland L J7 at Delaware W J14 James Madison W J15 Denison W J21 at W&M W J28 West Virginia W F1 at American W CAA Meet 1st F18 at Geo. Washington W NCAA( D-II) Meet 6th

n/a 177-116 195-103 139-103 168-130 161-133 181.5-116.5 175-120 143-98 172-123 164-129 132-92 817 pts. 167-128 169 pts.

1989-90 (8-2) O21 JMU Relays 3rd N4 at Drexel W N9 Johns Hopkins W N11 at Duke W N18 at Bloomsburg W D1 Army W D7 UMBC W J6 Maryland L J13 at James Madison W J20 William & Mary W J27 at W. Virginia L CAA Meet 1st NCAA (D-II) Meet 4th

n/a 182-116 191-95 141-100 172-126 184-114 162-126 171-128 151-149 163-135 167-133 760 pts. 371 pts.

1990-91 (5-4) N3 Drexel L N4 Air Force L N10 at Clarion W N17 Bloomsburg W N30 at Army W J5 at Maryland L J12 James Madison W J19 at Willaim & Mary L J26 at Loyola W CAA Meet 4th NCAA( D-II) Meet 8th

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155-145 158-142 164-120 178-118 161-139 159-141 160-140 157-143 183-102 495 pts. 192 pts.

1991-92 (8-3) N10 at Rhode Island W N16 Duke W N23 at Drexel W D5 Army W J3 at Air Force L J11 Maryland L J15 Johns Hopkins W J18 at James Madison L J25 Loyola W F1 at Bloomsburg W F8 at Lehigh W EWSL Meet 10th Patriot League 1st NCAA Meet ––

189-110 170-128 174-117 193-107 123-82 168-131 189-102 179-132 169-111 163-137 183-114 134 pts. 745 pts. 0 pts.

1992-93 (11-1) O31 Drexel W N6 at Richmond L N7 at VPI W N14 Duke W N21 at Bucknell W D3 at Army W J3 at Manitoba W J9 at Maryland W J13 at Johns Hopkins W J16 at Columbia W J23 at Loyola W J30 Bloomsburg W Patriot League 1st EWSL Meet 10th

194-92 156.5-143.5 158-142 148-95 176-124 203-97 150-107 164-134 153-72 160.5-138.5 175-112 171-123 744 pts. 140 pts.

1993-94 (7-6) O30 at Georgetown N6 Richmond N13 at Duke N17 Lehigh N20 Bucknell D2 Army J8 Maryland J12 Johns Hopkins J15 at Columbia J19 Loyola J28 at Penn F4 Xavier F5 at UMBC Patriot League EWSL Meet NCAA Meet

W L L W L W W W L W L W L 1st 9th 41st

170-108 156.5-141.5 151-92 183-112 155-145 186-114 156.5-141.5 141-89 183-117 181-108 168.5-125.5 151-82 161-82 708 pts. 145 pts. 3 pts.

W W L W W W L W W W W W 1st 8th

193-102 169-131 129-110 179-116 200.5-99.5 145-114 227-71 157.5-75.5 177-113 179-116 201-84 146-97 865 pts. 218 pts.

1994-95 (10-2) O29 Georgetown N5 at Richmond N12 Notre Dame N19 at Bucknell D1 at Army J4 at Florida Atlantic J7 at Maryland J11 at Johns Hopkins J14 Columbia J21 at Loyola J27 Penn F4 UMBC Patriot League EWSL Meet

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1978-79 (4-2) J23 George Washington W J31 at Towson W J31 vs. Catholic W F2 Maryland L F8 William & Mary L F13 Loyola W Md. State Meet 2nd EWSL Meet 8th AIAW Meet 11th


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1995-96 (7-3) O28 at Georgetown W N2 Richmond W N11 Connecticut L N18 at North Carolina L N30 Army W J5 at Florida Atlantic W J20 Maryland L J26 at Penn W J31 Loyola W F3 at UMBC W Patriot League 1st EWSL Meet 7th NCAA Meet T-34th

157-83 160-140 179-121 163-130 229-71 134-128 167-131 174.5-104.5 180.5-113.5 154-144 860 pts. 239 pts. 4 pts.

1996-97 (9-3) O19 Georgetown W O26 George Washington W N2 at Richmond L N9 UMBC W N16 at Connecticut L N23 Rutgers W D5 at Army W J3 at Florida Atlantic W J8 Johns Hopkins W J18 at Maryland L J24 at Penn W J29 at Loyola (Md.) W Patriot League 1st EWSL Meet 6th NCAA Meet ––

288-134 124-117 168-127 161-130 161-139 168-123 171-129 228-200 147-85 120-90 154-85 167-128 860.5 pts. 278 pts. 0 pts.

1997-98 (6-9) O18 at Geo. Washington L O22 at Towson W O22 vs. Howard W O25 at Georgetown W N8 at UMBC L N22 at Rutgers L N22 vs. Princeton L D4 Army W J3 at Florida Atlantic L J3 vs. Bucknell L J10 Penn State L J14 at Johns Hopkins W J17 at Lehigh L J24 Penn W J28 Loyola L Patriot League 4th ECAC Meet 13th

141-102 75-39 82-29 143.5-90.5 159-141 169-130 190-101 153-146 106-90 154.5-50.5 164-85 123-112 185-115 166-128 107-79 560 pts. 71 pts.

1998-99 (8-3) O17 George Washington L O24 at Boston College L N7 UMBC W N14 West Virginia L N20 at Towson W D3 at Army W J9 James Madison W J13 Johns Hopkins W J16 Lehigh W J23 at Penn W J29 Loyola (Md.) W Patriot League 1st ECAC Meet 3rd

149.5-144.5 165-134 174-125 158-142 179-114 189-111 169-131 147-90 180-118 181.5-107.5 178-114 851 pts. 411 pts.

1999-00 (6-4) O15 at Rider W O16 at Montclair State W O23 George Washington L O30 at West Virginia L N6 at UMBC L N19 George Mason W D2 Army W J8 at James Madison L J15 Richmond W J22 Penn W Patriot League 2nd ECAC Meet 5th

172-125 173-111 168-130 165-127 155-144 186-93 152-148 192-108 164.5-135.5 164-133 659 pts. 294 pts.

2000-01 (6-5) O20 Rider O28 at La Salle N4 UMBC N11 at N.C. State N18 at George Mason N30 at Army J16 Johns Hopkins J19 James Madison J20 at Penn J27 Villanova F3 at Richmond Patriot League ECAC Meet

W W W L W W L W L L L 3rd 6th

166.5-125.5 165-133 156-144 171-120 154-145 151-149 169-131 126-117 173-127 180-118 176-122 594 pts. 273.5 pts.

2001-02 (7-4) O20 at Rider W O27 George Mason L O27 La Salle W N3 at UMBC W N10 at James Madison L N17 American W N17 Bucknell W N29 Army W J12 at Johns Hopkins W J19 Penn L F2 Richmond L Patriot League 1st ECAC Meet 7th

178.5-111.5 142-118 175-73 164-136 163-132 154-146 185.5-114.5 196-104 162-132 175-123 170.5-128.5 663 pts. 255.5 pts.

2002-03 (8-4) O19 Lafayette W O19 Rider W O26 at George Mason L N2 UMBC W N9 at Colgate W N9 vs. Lehigh W N16 at Bucknell L N16 vs. American W D4 at Army W J11 Johns Hopkins W J18 at Penn L F1 at Richmond L Patriot League 2nd ECAC Meet 4th

182.5-95.5 164-114 165.5-134.5 163.5-136.5 166-134 183-117 163-137 210-90 178-122 177-115 172-124 186-111 575 pts. 276 pts.

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2003-04 (8-6) O3 Air Force O18 Lafayette O18 Rider O24 George Mason N1 at UMBC N8 Colgate N8 Lehigh N14 American N14 Bucknell D4 Army J10 at Johns Hopkins J17 at UNC Wilmington J17 vs. C of Charleston J31 Penn Patriot League

L W W L L W W W L W W L W L 3rd

181.5-118.5 175-123 169-129 165-135 165-133 129-114 148-95 206-87 156-144 163-137 155-134 162-138 207.5-90.5 183-116 534.5 pts.

2004-05 (10-3) O16 Lafayette O16 Rider O22 George Mason O29 UMBC N6 at Lehigh N6 vs. Colgate N13 Bucknell N13 UNC Wilmington D2 at Army J15 Cornell J15 Yale J29 at Penn F5 Richmond Patriot League

W W W W W W W W W W L L L 2nd

119-66 169-102 175-125 176-117 172-121 170.5-120.5 176-124 179.5-120.5 182-118 175.5-123.5 174.5-124.5 175-124 161-139 598 pts.

2005-06 (6-7) O15 George Washington W O15 Loyola W O22 Johns Hopkins W O29 at UMBC L N5 at Colgate L N5 vs. Lehigh W N13 at Bucknell W N13 vs. Lafayette W D1 Army W J14 at Cornell L J14 vs. Yale L J28 Penn L F4 at Richmond L Patriot League 3rd

180-111 211-84 182-112 141-96 166-134 220-80 155-143 182.5-116.5 188.5-111.5 178-122 208-92 169-126 167-130 744.5 pts.

2006-07 (11-2) O14 at Loyola W O14 vs. Geo. Washington W O14 vs. Catholic W O21 Johns Hopkins W O28 UMBC W N4 Colgate W N4 Lehigh W N11 at Bucknell W N11 vs. Lafayette W N30 at Army W J13 at Yale L J13 vs. Cornell W J27 at Penn L Patriot League 1st

207-55 185-83 207-55 165-105 146-97 186-109 209-86 200-100 202-98 215-85 163-137 241-159 155-145 805 pts.

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2007-08 (13-1) O13 Catholic W O13 George Washington W O13 Loyola W O19 Johns Hopkins W O27 at UMBC W N3 at Lehigh W N3 vs. Colgate W N10 American W N10 Bucknell W N10 Lafayette W N29 Army W J12 Cornell W J12 Yale L J26 Penn W Patriot League 2nd ECAC Meet 9th NCAA Meet ––

196-71 174-107 160-129 166-120 123-119 183.5-57.5 150-87 221-70 163-137 177-123 206-94 175-125 174-126 151-149 679 pts. 181 pts. 0 pts.

2008-09 (14-0) O11 at Loyola W O11 vs. Boston College W O11 Catholic W O17 Johns Hopkins W O25 UMBC W N8 at Bucknell W N8 vs. American W N8 vs. Lafayette W D4 at Army W J10 at Cornell W J10 vs. Yale W J17 Vermont W J24 at Penn W J24 vs. Rider W Patriot League 2nd ECAC 5th NCAA Meet ––

201-99 165-135 252-41 191-97 136-105 157-138 191-100 197-98 211-84 188-112 156.5-143.5 206-94 159-141 190-110 759.5 pts. 341 pts. 0 pts.

2009-10 (10-1) O10 George Mason O10 Loyola O16 Johns Hopkins O24 at UMBC N7 American N7 Bucknell N7 Lafayette D10 Army J16 at Vermont J23 at Yale J29 Virginia Patriot League ECAC NCAA Meet

W W W W W W W W W W L 1st 6th ––

166-129 210-85 156-96 166-134 179-94 161-128 188-101 202-95 219-81 151-149 160-128 887 pts. 259 pts. 0 pts.

2010-11 (10-0) O9 at George Mason W O9 vs. Loyola W O15 James Madison W O22 UMBC W N6 at Bucknell W N6 vs. American W N6 vs. Lafayette W D9 vs. Army W J15 Vermont W J22 Yale W Patriot League 2nd ECAC 6th

215-83 235-65 172-128 161-131 154-144 208-72 210-91 240.5-59.5 211-89 161-139 760 pts. 285.5 pts.


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Men’s Army-Navy Series History Series Records

Navy Coaches vs. Army

Overall at Annapolis at West Point at Philadelphia

Navy leads, 44-29 Navy leads, 24-13 Navy leads, 19-16 Navy leads, 1-0

Henry Ortland Jr. John Higgins Lee Lawrence Bill Roberts

5-7 10-13 21-9 8-0

Year-by-Year Series Results Site Annapolis Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis

Won By Army Navy Army Army Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Army Army Army Army Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Army Army Army Navy Navy Navy

Score 48-27 38-37 45-30 44-31 46-29 42-33 44-31 44-31 46-29 39-36 48-27 61-14 40-35 46-38 56-28 45-39 44-40 46-38 57-39 48-38 48-38 67-28 56-39 52-43

Date F23, 63 F29, 64 F27, 65 F27, 66 F25, 67 F24, 68 M1, 69 F28, 70 F27, 71 F26, 72 F24, 73 F23, 74 F22, 75 F28, 76 F26, 77 F25, 78 F24, 79 F23, 80 F28, 81 F27, 82 F26, 83 F25, 84 M2, 85 F28, 86 D5, 86

Site West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point

Won By Army Army Army Army Army Army Army Navy Army Navy Navy Navy Army Army Navy Army Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Army Army Navy Navy

Score 69-26 68-27 62-33 55-40 52-43 58-55 70-43 70-43 73-40 75-38 60-53 75.5-37.5 68-45 67-46 68-45 64-49 67-46 62-51 72-41 74-39 65-48 58-55 73-40 63-50 63-50

Date D4, 87 D2, 88 D2, 89 D1, 90 D6, 91 D9, 92 D3, 93 D2, 94 D1, 95 D6, 96 D5, 97 D4, 98 D3, 99 D1, 00 N30, 01 D4, 02 D4, 03 D2, 04 D1, 05 N30, 06 N29, 07 D4, 08 D10, 09 D9, 10

Site Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis Philadelphia

Won By Navy Army Army Army Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy

Score 130-87 59-54 68-45 130-113 135-108 141-102 125-118 131-112 158.5-84.5 149-94 149-94 152-91 173-71 130-113 160-83 156-87 151-92 130-113 179-64 196-104 231-69 214.5-85.5 236-64 246.54

Women’s Army-Navy Series History Navy Coaches vs. Army

Series Records Overall at Annapolis at West Point at Philadelphia

Navy leads, 26-4 Navy leads, 14-1 Navy leads, 11-3 Navy leads, 1-0

Lee Lawrence Dick Purdy John Morrison

3-1 16-3 7-0

Year-by-Year Series Results Date F20, 82 F19, 83 F24, 84 M1, 85 F27, 86 F27, 87 F27, 88 D1, 88 D1, 89 N30, 90

Site Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point

Won By Navy Navy Navy Army Army Army Navy Army Navy Navy

Score 90-50 87-62 83-57 90-50 97-43 180.5-87.5 148-120 168-130 184-114 161-139

Date D5, 91 D3, 92 D2, 93 D1, 94 N30, 95 D5, 96 D4, 97 D3, 98 D2, 99 N30, 00

Site Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point

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Won By Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy

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Score 193-107 203-97 186-114 200.5-99.5 229-71 171-129 153-146 189-111 152-148 151-149

Date N29, 01 D4, 02 D4, 03 D2, 04 D1, 05 N30, 06 N29, 07 D4, 08 D10, 09 D9, 10

Site Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis West Point Annapolis Philadelphia

Won By Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy

Score 196-104 178-122 163-137 182-118 188.5-111.5 215-85 206-94 211-84 202-95 240.5-59.5

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Date M4, 39 M2, 40 M1, 41 M7, 42 M6, 43 M4, 44 M3, 45 M2, 46 M1, 47 M6, 48 M5, 49 F4, 50 M3, 51 M1, 52 F28, 53 F27, 54 F26, 55 M3, 56 M2, 57 M1, 58 F28, 59 F27, 60 F25, 61 F24, 62


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Men’s Records Event 100 Back

Navy (M) 55.43 (D1, 05) Kevin Mukri

Navy (Y) 48.54 (M5, 11) Gage Trotter

2:01.24 (D10, 09) Sam Martinette 100 Breast 1:02.74 (D10, 09) Pete Donahue 200 Breast 2:11.13 (D10, 09) Adam Meyer 100 Fly 54.52 (D9, 08) Adam Meyer 200 Fly 1:55.55 (D9, 08) Adam Meyer 50 Free 22.34 (M25, 04) Noah White 100 Free 49.21 (M27, 04) Noah White 200 Free 1:48.12 (D10, 09) Mac Anthony 400-m Free 3:53.78 (D9, 08) 500-y Free Erik Hunter 800-m Free 8:00.53 (D9, 08) 1000-y Free Erik Hunter 1500-m Free 15:18.54 (D10, 09) 1650-y Free Justin Vagts 200 IM 1:59.23 (D10, 09) Adam Meyer 400 IM 4:23.23 (N7, 09) Adam Meyer 200 FR 1:29.63 (M25, 04) Noah White, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz, Terrence Fenningham 400 FR 3:19.43 (M27, 04) Noah White, Terrence Fenningham, Joe Smutz, Mike Linn 800 FR 7:45.74 (F5, 05) Tyler Hill, Christian Nielsen, Danny Flemming, Jake Keefe 200 MR 1:42.05 (D10, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Andrew Utama, Adam Meyer, Aaron Aiken 400 MR 3:43.22 (D1, 05) Kevin Mukri, Ari Molina, Aaron Recko, Joe Smutz IM Dive – 6

1:45.35 (F21, 09) Andrew Hetzner 55.05 (M29, 96) Ian Johnston 1:57.26 (J10, 09) Adam Meyer 47.33 (F20, 09) Adam Meyer 1:42.54 (F21, 09) Adam Meyer 19.74 (F26, 04) Noah White 43.96 (F25, 06) Mike Linn 1:36.29 (F20, 09) Mac Anthony 4:18.56 (F19, 09) Erik Hunter 8:59.52 (F21, 09) Erik Hunter 14:58.72 (F21, 09) Erik Hunter 1:44.49 (M26, 09) Adam Meyer 3:51.24 (F20, 09) Erik Hunter 1:18.92 (F27, 04) Joe Smutz, Mike Linn, Terrence Fenningham, Noah White 2:56.76 (F19, 11) Zach Ingold, K.C. Linn, Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken 6:31.95 (F18, 11) Mac Anthony, Sam Martinette, Erik Hunter, Will Norton 1:29.11 (F20, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp 3:15.01 (F19, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp

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200 Back

IM Dive – 11 3M Dive – 6 3M Dive – 11

Lejeune Hall (M) 55.43 (J3, 04) David Cromwell, Harvard 55.43 (D1, 05) Kevin Mukri 1:59.42 (J7, 06) David Cromwell, Harvard 1:02.74 (D10, 09) Pete Donahue, Navy 2:11.13 (D10, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 54.52 (D9, 08) Adam Meyer, Navy 1:55.55 (D9, 08) Adam Meyer, Navy 22.36 (D1, 05) Mike Linn, Navy 49.48 (D1, 05) Mike Linn, Navy 1:48.12 (D10, 09) Mac Anthony, Navy 3:47.78 (M3. 83) Tony Corbisiero, Columbia 7:55.19 (F20, 82) Tony Corbisiero, Columbia 14:52.90 (M5, 83) Tony Corbisiero, Columbia 1:59.23 (D10, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 4:19.36 (O19, 10) Adam Meyer, Navy 1:31.11 (J3, 04) Kemi George, David Cromwell, Brad Burns, Andrew Krna, Harvard 3:21.60 (D4, 03) Terrence Fenningham, Mike Linn, Marshall Boyd, Noah White, Navy 7:27.72 (M4, 83) Thomas Roberts, Andrew Lockman, David Barnes, Thomas Verdin, Harvard 1:42.05 (D10, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Andrew Utama, Adam Meyer, Aaron Aiken, Navy 3:43.22 (D1, 05) Kevin Mukri, Ari Molina, Aaron Recko, Joe Smutz, Navy 384.60 (2004) Kevin Teague, Navy 558.20 (M14, 96) Nate Smith 418.12 (M4, 95) Nate Smith 703.50 (1988) Greg Louganis

Lejeune Hall (Y) 46.68 (D11, 10) Michael Phelps, NBAC

Patriot League (Y) 48.54 (M5, 11) Gage Trotter, Navy

Patriot League Meet (Y) 48.69 (F19, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Navy

1:41.55 (M18, 04) Michael Phelps, NBAC 53.75 (D10, 10) Michael Phelps, NBAC 1:59.35 (D11, 10) Alex Vance, CCA 46.98 (M10, 02) Michael Phelps, NBAC 1:39.65 (M7, 10) Michael Phelps, NBAC 19.74 (F26, 04) Noah White, Navy 43.16 (D12, 10) Michael Phelps, NBAC 1:33.14 (D11, 09) Michael Phelps, NBAC 4:20.72 (M1, 08) Dan Madwed, NBAC 8:55.97 (D10, 10) Arthur Frayler, GAAC 15:00.57 (D12, 10) Arthur Frayler, GAAC 1:40.58 (M6, 10) Michael Phelps, NBAC 3:39.01 (M5, 10) Michael Phelps, NBAC 1:18.92 (F27, 04) Noah White, Joe Smutz, Mike Linn, Terrence Fenningham, Navy 3:00.45 (F20, 10) Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken, Marshall Daniels, Jack Curran, Navy 6:36.10 (F19, 10) Erik Hunter, Adam Meyer, Jack Curran, Mac Anthony, Navy 1:31.14 (F24, 06) Kevin Mukri, Ari Molina, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz, Navy 3:18.80 (F26, 04) Kevin Clements, James Barone, Michael Phelps, Dominick Szabo, NBAC

1:45.35 (F21, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Navy 53.77 (M28, 03) Dominick Szabo, American 1:57.26 (J10, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 47.33 (F20, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 1:42.54 (F21, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 19.74 (F26, 04) Noah White, Navy 43.96 (F25, 06) Mike Linn, Navy 1:36.29 (F20, 09) Mac Anthony, Navy 4:18.56 (F19, 09) Erik Hunter, Navy

1:45.35 (F21, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Navy 54.89 (F21, 03) Dominick Szabo, American 1:59.72 (F19, 11) Luke Hoffer, Navy 47.33 (F20, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 1:42.54 (F21, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 19.74 (F26, 04) Noah White, Navy 43.96 (F25, 06) Mike Linn, Navy 1:36.29 (F20, 09) Mac Anthony, Navy 4:18.56 (F19, 09) Erik Hunter, Navy

14:58.72 (F21, 09) Erik Hunter, Navy 1:44.49 (M26, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 3:51.24 (F20, 09) Erik Hunter, Navy 1:18.92 (F27, 04) Joe Smutz, Mike Linn, Terrence Fenningham, Noah White, Navy 2:56.76 (F19, 11) Zach Ingold, K.C. Linn, Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken, Navy 6:31.95 (F18, 11) Mac Anthony, Sam Martinette, Erik Hunter, Will Norton, Navy 1:29.11 (F20, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp, Navy 3:15.01 (F19, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp, Navy

14:58.72 (F21, 09) Erik Hunter, Navy 1:45.33 (F19, 09) Adam Meyer, Navy 3:51.24 (F20, 09) Erik Hunter, Navy 1:19.59 (F26, 04) Joe Smutz, Mike Linn, Terrence Fenningham, Noah White, Navy 2:56.76 (F19, 11) Zach Ingold, K.C. Linn, Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken, Navy 6:31.95 (F18, 11) Mac Anthony, Sam Martinette, Erik Hunter, Will Norton, Navy 1:29.11 (F20, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp, Navy 3:15.01 (F19, 09) Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp, Navy

532.40 (F19, 94) Greg Sobo, Colgate

532.40 (F19, 94) Greg Sobo, Colgate

599.25 (F24, 05) Kevin Teague, Navy

599.25 (F24, 05) Kevin Teague, Navy

2011-12 swimmers listed in bold; 2010-11 times listed in italics

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Top-10 Men’s Individual Event Performances (yards) 100 Backstroke 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Gage Trotter Kevin Mukri Andrew Hetzner Andrew Hetzner Kevin Mukri Gage Trotter Kevin Mukri Gage Trotter Zach Ingold Zach Ingold

200 Butterfly M5, 2011 MD Swim F23, 2007 EISL F20, 2009 PLC F19, 2009 PLC F23, 2007 EISL F5, 2011 Princeton F22, 2007 EISL D9, 2010 Army F18, 2011 PLC F18, 2011 PLC

1:45.35 1:45.62 1:46.38 1:46.92 1:47.13 1:47.59 1:47.67 1:47.70 1:47.85 1:47.89

F21, 2009 PLC F24, 2007 EISL F24, 2007 EISL F19, 2011 PLC F19, 2011 PLC F20, 2010 PLC F27, 2011 ECAC F26, 2005 PLC F21, 2009 PLC F20, 2010 PLC

55.05 55.56 55.62 55.82 55.93 56.05 56.11 56.15 56.20 56.23

M29, 1996 NCAA D9, 2010 Army F5, 2011 Princeton F18, 2011 PLC F28, 1997 EISL F18, 2011 PLC F19, 2010 PLC N30, 2006 Army F18, 2011 PLC F18, 2011 PLC

1:57.26 1:58.51 1:58.87 1:59.20 1:59.72 1:59.95 2:00.50 2:00.55 2:00.99 2:01.23

J10, 2009 Cornell M30, 1996 Cornell D9, 2010 Army F5, 2011 Princeton F19, 2011 PLC F19, 2011 PLC F20, 2010 PLC N19, 2010 Nike Cup D9, 2010 Army F19, 2011 PLC

47.33 47.60 47.71 48.19 48.38 48.57 48.64 48.67 48.73 48.78

F20, 2009 PLC M27, 2009 NCAA F20, 2009 PLC F19, 2010 PLC F19, 2010 PLC F20, 2009 PLC M28, 2009 NCAA F24, 2006 PLC D9, 2010 Army M4, 2011 MD Swim

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

Andrew Hetzner Kevin Mukri Kevin Mukri Conor Campbell Mac Anthony Sam Martinette Sam Martinette Kevin Mukri Andrew Hetzner Sam Martinette

Ian Johnston Luke Hoffer Luke Hoffer Luke Hoffer Brooks Hollan Luke Hoffer Pete Donahue Kevin Kysiak Pete Donahue Pete Donahue

Adam Meyer Ian Johnston Luke Hoffer Luke Hoffer Luke Hoffer Pete Donahue Pete Donahue Luke Hoffer Pete Donahue Pete Donahue

500 Freestyle 1:42.54 1:43.05 1:43.62 1:43.71 1:43.90 1:43.90 1:44.10 1:44.36 1:44.80 1:45.01

F21, 2009 PLC D4, 2008 Army M28, 2009 NCAA M28, 2010 NCAA J10, 2009 Cornell M28, 2009 NCAA M28, 2010 NCAA F20, 2010 PLC F19, 2011 PLC F21, 2009 PLC

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

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

Noah White Noah White Mike Linn Clint Cornell Noah White Joe Smutz Clint Cornell Joe Smutz Joe Smutz 10. Noah White

19.74 19.95 20.04 20.07 20.10 20.13 20.14 20.16 20.16 20.17

F26, 2004 PLC F26, 2004 PLC F24, 2005 PLC M1, 2001 EISL F26, 2004 PLC F23, 2006 PLC M1, 2001 EISL F24, 2005 PLC F24, 2005 PLC M2, 2004 EISL

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

1. 2. 3. 4.

Mike Linn Joe Smutz Mike Linn Joe Smutz Zach Ingold 6. Zach Ingold 7. Mike Linn 8. Joe Smutz 9. Mac Anthony 10. Mac Anthony

43.96 44.08 44.12 44.15 44.15 44.16 44.29 44.30 44.34 44.36

F25, 2006 PLC F25, 2006 PLC F25, 2006 PLC F25, 2006 PLC F19, 2011 PLC F19, 2011 PLC M4, 2006 EISL F28, 2004 PLC F21, 2009 PLC F21, 2009 PLC

Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Aaron Aiken Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony

1:36.29 1:36.31 1:36.38 1:36.51 1:36.79 1:36.80 1:37.01 1:37.18 1:37.20 1:37.23

F20, 2009 PLC F18, 2011 PLC F18, 2011 PLC F20, 2009 PLC F5, 2011 Princeton F20, 2009 PLC N19, 2010 Nike Cup D9, 2010 Army O29, 2010 Virginia F19, 2010 PLC

Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Andrew Hetzner Adam Meyer Mike Linn Steve Dukleth Gage Trotter

F19, 2009 PLC F19, 2009 PLC F17, 2011 PLC F18, 2010 PLC F17, 2011 PLC F27, 2009 ECAC F5, 2011 Princeton F19, 2009 PLC F18, 2010 PLC N18, 2010 Nike Cup

Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Erik Hunter

8:59.52 9:08.08 9:08.73 9:09.95 9:10.41 9:10.98 9:11.36 9:12.15 9:12.58 9:13.19

F21, 2009 PLC M28, 2009 NCAA F19, 2011 PLC J10, 2009 Yale M26, 2011 NCAA M7, 2008 EISL F20, 2010 PLC F5, 2011 Princeton D9, 2010 Army F20, 2010 PLC

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

Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Sam Martinette Eric Winter

14:58.72 15:04.11 15:11.96 15:13.77 15:16.75 15:16.81 15:17.81 15:18.89 15:19.61 15:25.61

F21, 2009 PLC F19, 2011 PLC F20, 2010 PLC D9, 2010 Army M28, 2009 NCAA M26, 2011 NCAA F19, 2011 PLC F20, 2010 PLC D9, 2010 Army M10, 1992 EISL

200 Individual Medley

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

4:18.56 4:19.75 4:20.09 4:22.15 4:22.63 4:23.15 4:23.51 4:23.52 4:23.65 4:23.84

1650 Freestyle

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

Erik Hunter Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony James Lascara Mac Anthony Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Mac Anthony

1000 Freestyle

100 Freestyle

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

Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer 7. Adam Meyer 8. Adam Meyer 9. Mark Meyer 10. Adam Meyer

50 Freestyle

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

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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

Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Ben Bondurant

1:44.49 1:45.16 1:45.33 1:45.74 1:45.82 1:46.22 1:46.25 1:46.44 1:48.69 1:48.91

M26, 2009 NCAA D4, 2008 Army F19, 2009 PLC M26, 2010 NCAA F18, 2010 PLC F19, 2009 PLC J10, 2009 Cornell F18, 2010 PLC M6, 2008 EISL F17, 2011 PLC

400 Individual Medley 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Erik Hunter Adam Meyer Justin Vagts Adam Meyer Justin Vagts Justin Vagts Billy Vey James Lascara Erik Hunter Justin Vagts

3:51.24 3:52.76 3:53.11 3:53.00 3:53.14 3:53.25 3:53.60 3:53.90 3:54.15 3:54.32

F20, 2009 PLC M7, 2008 EISL F19, 2010 PLC M7, 2008 EISL F18, 2011 PLC F18, 2011 PLC F20, 2009 PLC F28, 2009 ECAC M27, 2009 NCAA F19, 2010 PLC

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48.54 48.61 48.69 49.21 49.26 49.28 49.30 49.59 49.66 49.76


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Top-10 Men’s Individual Event Performances (meters) 100 Backstroke 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kevin Mukri Andrew Hetzner Kevin Mukri Andrew Hetzner Paul Kress Andrew Hetzner Chris Ornee Andrew Hetzner Billy Vey Joseph Stark

200 Butterfly 55.43 56.33 56.42 56.47 56.84 57.20 57.49 57.51 57.55 57.57

D1, 2005 Army D10, 2009 Army D10, 2006 Princeton D9, 2008 Maryland D1, 1995 Army F7, 2009 Princeton D3, 1993 Army N7, 2009 American N29, 2007 Army D10, 2009 Army

2:01.09 2:01.24 2:02.13 2:02.16 2:03.10 2:03.42 2:03.44 2:03.45 2:03.52 2:03.68

D1, 2005 Army D10, 2009 Army D10, 2006 Princeton D1, 1995 Army D10, 2009 Army D9, 2008 Maryland D3, 1993 Army O28, 2006 UMBC N29, 2007 Army D9, 2008 Maryland

1:02.74 1:02.81 1:03.15 1:03.71 1:04.39 1:04.41 1:04.47 1:04.52 1:04.52 1:04.58

D10, 2009 Army D10, 2009 Army N29, 2007 Army N29, 2007 Army F7, 2009 Princeton J22, 2011 Yale F7, 2009 Princeton J26, 2008 Penn J8, 2011 Maryland F5, 2010 Columbia

2:11.13 2:13.14 2:15.63 2:16.70 2:17.09 2:17.15 2:18.04 2:18.17 2:18.75 2:18.85

D10, 2009 Army D11, 1996 Harvard N29, 2007 Army D1, 1995 Army J22, 2011 Yale D10, 2009 Army J30, 2010 Virginia D3, 1993 Army J27, 1996 Penn D10, 2009 Army

54.52 55.09 55.74 55.97 55.99 55.63 56.04 56.13 56.18 56.18

D9, 2008 Maryland D9, 2008 Maryland D10, 2009 Army D10, 2009 Army J12, 2008 Yale N29, 2007 Army J8, 2011 Maryland J22, 2011 Yale J30, 2010 Virginia J30, 2010 Virginia

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

Kevin Mukri Sam Martinette Kevin Mukri Paul Kress Andrew Hetzner Andrew Hetzner Brad Juhl Kevin Mukri Billy Vey Drew Mays

Pete Donahue Adam Meyer Kevin Kysiak Ari Molina Andrew Utama Luke Hoffer Rob Putrino Ari Molina Luke Hoffer 10. Andrew Utama

Adam Meyer Ian Johnston Adam Meyer Ian Johnston Luke Hoffer Pete Donahue Adam Meyer Ian Johnston Ian Johnston Joseph Stark

400 Freestyle 1:55.55 1:56.92 1:58.86 1:59.21 1:59.56 2:00.59 2:01.27 2:01.28 2:01.33 2:01.52

D9, 2008 Maryland D10, 2009 Army N29, 2007 Army D10, 2009 Army J30, 2010 Virginia F7, 2009 Princeton F7, 2009 Princeton J30, 2010 Virginia D10, 2009 Army J12, 2008 Yale

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

Noah White Mike Linn Noah White Joe Smutz Noah White Clint Cornell Mike Linn Joe Smutz Brett Cline Jeff Thompson

22.34 22.36 22.39 22.45 22.58 22.72 22.80 22.81 22.92 22.92

M25, 2004 NCAA D1, 2005 Army M25, 2004 NCAA D1, 2005 Army M25, 2004 NCAA D3, 1999 Army D4, 2003 Army M25, 2005 NCAA N30, 2001 Army N21, 1986 J. Madison

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

Noah White Mike Linn Noah White Joe Smutz Mike Linn Mac Anthony Joe Smutz Clint Cornell Joe Smutz John Loftin

49.21 49.48 49.53 49.84 50.08 50.44 50.47 50.48 50.50 50.52

M27, 2004 NCAA D1, 2005 Army D4, 2003 Army D1, 2005 Army D4, 2003 Army F7, 2009 Princeton M27, 2004 NCAA D3, 1999 Army M27, 2004 NCAA D5, 1997 Army

Mac Anthony Noah White Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Chris Jenkins Britton Smith Britton Smith Jack Curran Jack Curran

1:48.12 1:49.87 1:49.93 1:50.17 1:50.37 1:50.79 1:50.94 1:50.98 1:51.21 1:51.29

D10, 2009 Army M26, 2004 NCAA J22, 2011 Yale F7, 2009 Princeton O22, 2010 UMBC N29, 2007 Army D5, 1997 Army D1, 1995 Army D9, 2008 Maryland D10, 2009 Army

Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Steve Dukleth Adam Meyer Tyler Hill Mark Meyer Mark Meyer Mark Meyer Steve Dukleth

3:53.78 3:55.25 3:55.67 3:55.90 3:56.16 3:56.61 3:57.57 3:57.59 3:57.66 3:57.67

D9, 2008 Maryland D10, 2009 Army D6, 1991 Army D10, 2009 Army J30, 2010 Virginia F7, 2009 Princeton N29, 2007 Army F28, 1986 Army D1, 1995 Army D9, 2008 Maryland

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

Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Justin Vagts Eric Winter Tim Gallaudet Tim Gallaudet Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Erik Hunter

8:00.53 8:01.69 8:04.69 8:07.40 8:09.93 8:10.22 8:11.47 8:11.76 8:11.93 8:12.78

D9, 2008 Maryland D10, 2009 Army D10, 2009, Army D6, 1991 Army F28, 1986 Army D6, 1985 E. Carolina F7, 2009 Princeton N29, 2007 Army J30, 2010 Virginia J22, 2011 Yale

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

Justin Vagts Sam Martinette Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Sam Martinette Will Norton Britton Smith J.J. Helms Bill Rohm Erik Hunter

15:18.54 15:25.42 15:33.60 15:37.09 15:49.94 15:54.72 16:07.11 16:08.11 16:08.71 16:11.27

D10, 2009 Army D10, 2009 Army D10, 2009 Army N29, 2007 Army N29, 2007 Army D10, 2009 Army F11, 1995 Princeton N29, 2007 Army J15, 1983 E. Carolina O19, 2007 Hopkins

200 Individual Medley

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

Erik Hunter Mac Anthony Eric Winter Erik Hunter Mac Anthony Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Tim Gallaudet Britton Smith Erik Hunter

1500 Freestyle

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

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

800 Freestyle

100 Freestyle

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

Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Mark Meyer Adam Meyer Mark Meyer Adam Meyer Mark Meyer Steve Dukleth Adam Meyer

50 Freestyle

100 Breaststroke 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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

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

Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Beau Oliver Mark Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Adam Meyer

1:58.23 2:01.66 2:01.79 2:03.03 2:03.17 2:03.48 2:04.56 2:04.74 2:04.78 2:04.89

D10, 2009 Army N27, 2007 Army J30, 2010 Virginia F7, 2009 Princeton F5, 2010 Columbia D3, 1999 Army D10, 2009 Army N22, 2008 Brown J12, 2008 Yale O25, 2008 UMBC

400 Indivdual Medley 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Erik Hunter Patrick Veltman Erik Hunter Billy Vey Beau Oliver Andrew Thorn Beau Oliver Billy Vey

4:23.23 4:24.29 4:27.92 4:28.24 4:33.04 4:34.53 4:34.64 4:36.01 4:36.06 4:37.05

N7, 2009 American J5, 2008 Harvard O16, 2009 Hopkins O16, 2009 Hopkins N7, 2009 American J5, 2008 Harvard F10, 2001 Princeton F5, 2005 Princeton J8, 2000 Harvard N10, 2007 American


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Top-10 Men’s Relay Event Performances (yards) 400 Freestyle Relay

800 Freestyle Relay

200 Medley Relay

400 Medley Relay

1. 1:18.92 F27, 2004 PLC Noah White Joe Smutz Mike Linn Terrence Fenningham

1. 2:56.76 F19, 2011 PLC Zach Ingold, K.C. Linn, Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken

1. 6:31.95 F18, 2011 PLC Mac Anthony, Sam Martinette, Erik Hunter, Will Norton

1. 1:29.11 F20, 2009 PLC Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp

1. 3:15.01 F19, 2009 PLC Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp

2. 1:19.59 F26, 2004 PLC Joe Smutz, Mike Linn, Terrence Fenningham, Noah White

2. 2:57.16 M6, 2004 EISL Joe Smutz, Marshall Boyd, Terrence Fenningham, Noah White

2. 6:33.89 F20, 2009 PLC Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken, Jack Curran, Nathan Durham

2. 1:29.70 D9, 2010 Army Gage Trotter, Luke Hoffer, Steve Dukleth, Robbie Parker

2. 3:17.52 F17, 2011 PLC Mac Anthony, Luke Hoffer, Steve Dukleth, Aaron Aiken

3. 1:20.46 M4, 2004 EISL Noah White, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz, Terrence Fenningham

3. 2:58.39 F21, 2009 PLC Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken, Nathan Durham, Alex Oldenkamp

3. 6:36.10 Erik Hunter, Adam Meyer, Jack Curran, Mac Anthony

F9, 2010 PLC

3. 1:29.71 F18, 2011 PLC Zach Ingold, Luke Hoffer, Steve Dukleth, Robbie Parker

3. 3:18.93 F18, 2010 PLC Mark Meyer, Pete Donahue, Adam Meyer, Aaron Aiken

4. 1:20.55 Brian Glaser, Brian Geary, Brett Cline, Clint Cornell

M2, 2000 EISL

4. 2:58.62 D9, 2010 Army Mac Anthony, Zach Ingold, Hugh Davison, Aaron Aiken

4. 6:41.12 F23, 2007 EISL Kevin Mukri, Matt Wood, Danny Flemming, Chris Jenkins

4. 1:30.41 D4, 2008 Army Andrew Hetzner, Ari Molina, Adam Meyer, Alex Oldenkamp

4. 3:19.96 M2, 2006 EISL Kevin Mukri, Kevin Kysiak, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz

5. 1:20.68 F17, 2011 PLC Robbie Parker, K.C. Linn, Zach Ingold, Aaron Aiken

5. 2:59.86 M4, 2006 EISL Andrew Plumb, Matt Wood, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz

5. 6:41.79 F17, 2007 PLC James Lascara, Adam Meyer, Tyler Hill, Andrew Plumb

5. 1:30.45 M3, 2006 EISL Kevin Mukri, Kevin Kysiak, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz

5. 3:20.75 F26, 2004 PLC Kevin Mukri, Brian DeMell, Terrence Fenningham, Noah White

6. 1:20.69 M4, 2004 EISL Noah White, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz, Terrence Fenningham

6. 2:59.91 Brian Glaser, Brian Geary, Brett Cline, Clint Cornell

M4, 2000 EISL

6. 6:42.00 M7, 2008 EISL James Lascara, Andrew Hetzner, Jack Curran, Chris Jenkins

6. 1:30.76 F25, 2005 PLC Kevin Mukri, Brian DeMell, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz

6. 3:20.85 F29, 1996 EISL Paul Kress, Ian Johnston, Chris Ornee, Stephen Platt

7. 1:20.79 F19, 2009 PLC Aaron Aiken, Nathan Durham, Joe Unruh, Alex Oldenkamp

7. 2:59.95 F5, 2011 Princeton Hugh Davison, Zach Ingold, Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken

7. 6:42.15 F28, 1997 EISL Britton Smith, Leif Kennedy, Brian Glaser, John Loftin

7. 1:31.00 M4, 2005 EISL Kevin Mukri, Brian DeMell, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz

7. 3:21.07 N18, 2010 Nike Cup Mac Anthony, Luke Hoffer, Mark Meyer, Aaron Aiken

8. 1:20.81 Brian Glaser, Brian Geary, Brett Cline, Clint Cornell

M2, 2000 EISL

8. 3:00.06 M8, 2003 EISL Noah White, Terrence Fenningham, Mike Linn, Marshall Boyd

8. 6:42.55 M5, 2004 EISL Tommy Brown, Danny Flemming, Noah White, Marshall Boyd

8. 1:31.14 Kevin Mukri, Ari Molina, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz

F24, 2006 PLC

8. 3:21.25 F27, 2009 ECAC Kyle Abner, Pete Donahue, Charlie Hetzel, Alex Buck

9. 1:20.91 M6, 2003 EISL Terrence Fenningham, Joe Rank, Mike Linn, Noah White

9. 3:00.29 F26, 2005 PLC Joe Smutz, Danny Flemming, Mike Linn, Tyler Hill

9. 6:42.68 F28, 2009 ECAC James Lascara, Andrew Blazuk, Will Norton, Alex Buck

9. 1:31.38 F19, 2010 PLC Mark Meyer, Pete Donahue, Adam Meyer, Frank Komadina

9. 3:21.44 F22, 2007 EISL Kevin Mukri, Kevin Kysiak, Adam Meyer, Matt Wood

10. 1:21.14 F23, 2006 PLC Mike Linn, Alex Oldenkamp, Preston Mihalko, Joe Smutz

10. 3:00.45 F20, 2010 PLC Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken, Marshall Daniels, Jack Curran

10. 6:43.46 M3, 2006 EISL Chris Jenkins, Andrew Thorn, Greg Schmucker, Andrew Plumb

10. 1:31.73 F23, 2007 EISL Kevin Mukri, Kevin Kysiak, Andrew Hetzner, Alex Oldenkamp

10. 3:21.58 Kevin Mukri, Ari Molina, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz

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F23, 2006 PLC

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Women’s Records Event 100 Back

Navy (M) 1:03.94 (D1, 05) Jennie Spencer 2:14.08 (N7, 09) Tara Chapmon 1:10.38 (J22, 11) Laura Gorinski

Navy (Y) 56.19 (N19, 10) Kellie Darmody 2:00.46 (F21, 09) Jennie Spencer 1:01.13 (D3, 10) Laura Gorinski

Lejeune Hall (M) 1:01.86 (J29, 10) Lauren Smart, Virginia 2:14.08 (N7, 09) Tara Chapmon, Navy 1:10.38 (J22, 11) Laura Gorinski, Navy

Lejeune Hall (Y) 51.70 (M5, 11) Elizabeth Pelton, NBAC 1:49.16 (M6, 11) Elizabeth Pelton, NBAC 1:01.89 (F19, 10) Laura Gorinski, Navy

Patriot League (Y) 54.55 (F19, 10) Courtney Warren, Bucknell 1:56.39 (F19, 11) Erin McGraw, Colgate 1:00.86 (M1, 09) Emily Murphy, Colgate

2:30.94 (J22, 11) Laura Gorinski 100 Fly 1:01.51 (J22, 11) Toni Paruso 200 Fly 2:16.43 (J22, 11) Toni Paruso 50 Free 25.46 (J17, 09; D10, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh 100 Free 56.09 (D10, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh 200 Free 2:00.33 (J29, 10) Tara Chapmon 400-m Free 4:15.08 (D10, 09) 500-y Free Tara Chapmon 800-m Free 8:51.09 (N29, 07) 1000-y Free Tara Chapmon 1500-m Free 17:14.04 (J31, 96) 1650-y Free Heidi Fearon 200 IM 2:20.31 (N29, 07) Kelly Zahalka 400 IM 4:57.00 (F8, 08) Kelly Zahalka, Navy 200 FR 1:47.68 (N10, 07) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Allison Ranzau, Rachel Gray, Sarah Dorenkott 400 FR 3:52.07 (D10, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Allison Ranzau, Kellie Darmody, Tara Chapmon 800 FR 8:41.40 (O15, 05) Jennie Spencer, Rachel Gray, Aubra Thomas, Kelly Zahalka 200 MR 1:56.03 (D10, 09) Kellie Darmody, Mallory Dietrich, Toni Paruso, Thuy-Mi Dinh 400 MR 4:23.95 (O29, 04) Jamie Call, Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton, Kelly Freeburn IM Dive - 6

2:11.68 (F27, 11) Laura Gorinski 54.58 (F18, 11) Toni Paruso 1:58.77 (F19, 11) Rheanna Vaughn 22.36 (F19, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh 49.88 (M20, 10) Tara Chapmon 1:46.17 (F19, 10) Tara Chapmon 4:43.44 (F18, 10) Tara Chapmon 9:56.91 (F20, 10) Tara Chapmon 16:25.55 (F20, 10) Tara Chapmon 2:01.77 (F18, 10) Laura Gorinski 4:20.80 (N19, 10) Laura Gorinski 1:31.63 (F18, 10) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Toni Paruso, Kellie Darmody, Tara Chapmon 3:22.18 (F20, 10) Tara Chapmon, Hollis Capuano, Allison Ranzau, Thuy-Mi Dinh 7:23.82 (F19, 10) Tara Chapmon, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Hollis Capuano, Allison Ranzau 1:42.21 (F19, 10) Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Thuy-Mi Dinh 3:42.11 (F18, 10) Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Tara Chapmon 296.70 (J15, 92) Stacia Johnson, Navy 422.55 (F6, 91) Stacia Johnson 326.85 (N10, 07) Katie Griffin, Navy 498.85 (1984-85) Theresa Michal

2:30.94 (J22, 11) Laura Gorinski, Navy 1:01.51 (J22, 11) Toni Paruso, Navy 2:16.09 (J29, 10) Claire Crippen, Virginia 25.34 (J29, 10) Lauren Perdue, Virginia 56.09 (D10, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Navy 1:57.69 (J29, 10) Lauren Perdue, Virginia 4:15.08 (D10, 09) Tara Chapmon, Navy 8:50.84 (J29, 10) Joanna Thomas, Virginia 17:14.04 (J31, 96) Heidi Fearon, Navy 2:19.12 (J29, 10) Katya Bachrouche, Virginia 4:57.00 (F8, 08) Kelly Zahalka, Navy 1:45.45 (J29, 2010) Meredith Perdue, Meredith Cavalier, Lauren Smart, Kelly Flynn, Virginia 3:52.07 (D10, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Allison Ranzau, Kellie Darmody, Tara Chapmon, Navy 8:41.40 (O15, 05) Jennie Spencer, Rachel Gray, Aubra Thomas, Kelly Zahalka, Navy 1:56.03 (D10, 09) Kellie Darmody, Mallory Dietrich, Toni Paruso, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Navy 4:15.76 (J8, 11) Ann Fittin, Alexa Hamilton, Megan Lafferty, Ginny Glover, Maryland 296.70 (J15, 92) Stacia Johnson, Navy 460.35 (M11, 00) Jamie Tomazich, Pittsburgh 326.85 (N10, 07) Katie Griffin, Navy 544.45 (1982) Kelly McCormack, Ohio St.

2:13.51 (F20, 10) Laura Gorinski, Navy 52.61 (D17, 04) Katie Hoff, NBAC 1:54.53 (D9, 07) Katie Hoff, NBAC 22.37 (F21, 08) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Navy 48.52 (M5, 11) Elizabeth Pelton, NBAC 1:43.10 (D8, 07) Katie Hoff, NBAC 4:30.47 (D8, 07) Katie Hoff, NBAC 9:10.77 (D7, 07) Katie Hoff, NBAC 15:24.35 (M2, 08) Katie Hoff, NBAC 1:53.77 (D7, 07) Katie Hoff, NBAC 4:00.66 (D8, 07) Katie Hoff, NBAC 1:31.63 (F18, 10) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Toni Paruso, Kellie Darmody, Tara Chapmon, Navy 3:22.18 (F20, 10) Tara Chapmon, Hollis Capuano, Allison Ranzau, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Navy 7:13.03 (D11, 10) Elizabeth Pelton, Willa Wang, Natalie Beale, Camryne Morris, NBAC 1:42.21 (F19, 10) Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Navy 3:41.50 (M4, 11) Elizabeth Pelton, Stephanie O’Toole, Kendall Surhoff, Camryne Morris, NBAC

2:11.68 (F27, 11) Laura Gorinski, Navy 54.02 (M14, 09) Erin McGraw, Colgate 1:58.77 (F19, 11) Rheanna Vaughn, Navy 22.36 (F19, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Navy 49.49 (M1, 09) Ashley Bottger, Colgate 1:46.17 (F19, 10) Tara Chapmon, Navy 4:43.44 (F18, 10) Tara Chapmon, Navy

Patriot League Meet (Y) 54.55 (F19, 10) Courtney Warren, Bucknell 1:56.39 (F19, 11) Erin McGraw, Colgate 1:01.23 (F20, 09) Dory Isaacs, American 1:01.23 (F20, 09) Emily Murphy, Colgate 2:12.08 (F19, 11) Laura Gorinski, Navy 54.08 (F20, 09) Erin McGraw, Colgate 1:58.77 (F19, 11) Rheanna Vaughn, Navy 22.36 (F19, 09) Thuy-Mi Dinh, Navy 49.87 (F21, 09) Ashley Bottger, Colgate 1:46.17 (F19, 10) Tara Chapmon, Navy 4:43.44 (F18, 10) Tara Chapmon, Navy

16:24.83 (F19, 11) Erica Derlath, Colgate 2:00.67 (F19, 09) Emily Murphy, Colgate 4:15.63 (F20, 09) Caren Guyett, Colgate 1:31.57 (F19, 09) Emily Peck, Beverly Walker, Emily Murphy, Ashley Bottger, Colgate 3:20.55 (F21, 09) Beverly Walker, Lisa Marchi, Emily Murphy, Ashley Bottger, Colgate 7:20.29 (F18, 11) Erin McGraw, Claire Hunter, Emma Santoro, Caren Guyett, Colgate 1:41.12 (F20, 09) Beverly Walker, Emily Murphy, Erin McGraw, Ashley Bottger, Colgate 3:39.23 (F19, 09) Beverly Walker, Emily Murphy, Erin McGraw, Ashley Bottger, Colgate

16:24.83 (F19, 11) Erica Derlath, Colgate 2:00.67 (F19, 09) Emily Murphy, Colgate 4:15.63 (F20, 09) Caren Guyett, Colgate 1:31.57 (F19, 09) Emily Peck, Beverly Walker, Emily Murphy, Ashley Bottger, Colgate 3:20.55 (F21, 09) Beverly Walker, Lisa Marchi, Emily Murphy, Ashley Bottger, Colgate 7:20.29 (F18, 11) Erin McGraw, Claire Hunter, Emma Santoro, Caren Guyett, Colgate 1:41.12 (F20, 09) Beverly Walker, Emily Murphy, Erin McGraw, Ashley Bottger, Colgate 3:39.23 (F19, 09) Beverly Walker, Emily Murphy, Erin McGraw, Ashley Bottger, Colgate

400.20 (F27, 92) Stacia Johnson, Navy

400.20 (F27, 92) Stacia Johnson, Navy

500.35 (F26,05) Chelsea Haviland, Army

500.35 (F26, 05) Chelsea Haviland, Army

200 Back 100 Breast

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Top-10 Women’s Individual Event Performances (yards) 100 Backstroke 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Hollis Capuano Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Toni Paruso Kellie Darmody Jennie Spencer

200 Butterfly N19, 2010 Nike Cup F18, 2010 PLC F18, 2011 PLC F19, 2010 PLC N19, 2010 Nike Cup N18, 2010 Nike Cup F19, 2010 PLC F19, 2010 PLC D9, 2010 Army F20, 2009 PLC

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

2:00.46 2:01.05 2:01.24 2:01.29 2:01.31 2:01.72 2:01.93 2:02.03 2:02.09 2:02.18

F21, 2009 PLC N20, 2010 Nike Cup F19, 2011 PLC F19, 2011 PLC J16, 2010 Vermont F25, 2006 PLC F21, 2009 PLC N22, 2008 Terp Inv. F20, 2010 PLC N20, 2010 Nike Cup

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

1:01.13 1:01.69 1:01.74 1:01.89 1:01.93 1:02.05 1:02.07 1:02.52 1:02.63 1:02.88

D3, 2010 U.S. S.C. F26, 2011 ECAC F26, 2011 ECAC F19, 2010 PLC F18, 2011 PLC D9, 2010 Army D3, 2010 U.S. S.C. F18, 2011 PLC F19, 2010 PLC D4, 2010 U.S. S.C.

2:11.68 2:12.08 2:12.09 2:12.40 2:12.83 2:12.86 2:13.09 2:13.51 2:14.49 2:14.93

F27, 2011 ECAC F19, 2011 PLC D9, 2010 Army D4, 2010 U.S. S.C. F19, 2011 PLC F27, 2011 ECAC N20, 2010 Nike Cup F20, 2010 PLC D4, 2010 U.S. S.C. N20, 2010 Nike Cup

54.58 54.66 54.70 54.83 55.00 55.26 55.09 55.19 55.38 55.43

F18, 2011 PLC F19, 2010 PLC F18, 2011 PLC N19, 2010 Nike Cup D9, 2010 Army F27, 2010 ECAC N6, 2010 Bucknell N19, 2010 Nike Cup F19, 2010 PLC F20, 2009 PLC

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

Jennie Spencer Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Tara Chapmon Jennie Spencer Jennie Spencer Tara Chapmon Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody

Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski

Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski

F19, 2011 PLC D4, 2010 U.S. S.C. D4, 2010 U.S. S.C. F19, 2011 PLC N20, 2010 Nike Cup D9, 2010 Army N20, 2010 Nike Cup F28, 2010 ECAC N6, 2010 Bucknell F19, 2011 PLC

Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh

22.36 22.37 22.38 22.54 22.56 22.57 22.63 22.70 22.73 22.86

F19, 2009 PLC F21, 2008 PLC F19, 2009 PLC F18, 2010 PLC M19, 2009 NCAA F21, 2008 PLC M18, 2010 NCAA F18, 2010 PLC F18, 2010 PLC N19, 2009 Terp Inv.

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

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Allison Ranzau Thuy-Mi Dinh

49.88 49.89 49.91 50.02 50.03 50.20 50.32 50.38 50.39 50.50

M20, 2010 NCAA F20, 2010 PLC F23, 2008 PLC F23, 2008 PLC F21, 2009 PLC F20, 2010 PLC M20, 2010 NCAA F21, 2009 PLC F19, 2011 PLC M22, 2008 NCAA

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Allison Ranzau

1:46.17 1:46.26 1:46.50 1:46.62 1:46.96 1:47.74 1:48.00 1:48.69 1:48.76 1:48.78

F19, 2010 PLC F20, 2009 PLC M19, 2010 NCAA F20, 2009 PLC F19, 2010 PLC J23, 2010 Yale N21, 2008 Terp Inv. M20, 2009 NCAA F19, 2010 PLC F20, 2009 PLC

Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Mallory Dietrich

4:43.44 4:44.82 4:45.12 4:45.62 4:46.68 4:46.70 4:49.42 4:49.74 4:50.72 4:51.23

F18, 2010 PLC M18, 2010 NCAA F19, 2009 PLC M19, 2009 NCAA N20, 2008 Terp Inv. F18, 2008 PLC F18, 2008 PLC F18, 2008 PLC N19, 2009 Terp Inv. F18, 2010 PLC

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

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Jenn Windstein Tara Chapmon Rheanna Vaughn Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon

9:56.91 9:58.57 10:02.16 10:08.76 10:09.53 10:09.66 10:11.83 10:12.62 10:13.00 10:14.83

F20, 2010 PLC F21, 2009 PLC F21, 2009 PLC F22, 2003 PLC J10, 2009 Cornell D9, 2010 Army J23, 2010 Yale J16, 2010 Vermont N22, 2008 Terp Inv. N8, 2008 Bucknell

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

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Jenn Windstein Tara Chapmon Heidi Fearon Tara Chapmon Jennifer Rowe

16:25.55 16:26.84 16:34.63 16:49.42 16:49.81 16:55.03 17:04.36 17:05.95 17:06.75 17:07.89

F20, 2010 PLC F21, 2009 PLC F23, 2008 PLC N22, 2008 Terp Inv. N17, 2007 Terp Inv. F22, 2003 PLC F18, 2007 PLC F24, 1996 ECAC N21, 2009 Terp Inv. M11, 1989 NCAA

200 Individual Medley

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

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Allison Ranzau Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon

1650 Freestyle

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

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

1000 Freestyle

100 Freestyle

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

500 Freestyle 1:58.77 1:58.84 1:59.40 2:00.44 2:01.22 2:01.50 2:01.60 2:01.99 2:02.02 2:02.03

50 Freestyle

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

Rheanna Vaughn Rheanna Vaughn Rheanna Vaughn Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Rheanna Vaughn

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

Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Aubra Thomas Laura Gorinski Aubra Thomas Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Laura Gorinski

2:01.77 2:02.12 2:02.29 2:02.84 2:03.19 2:03.61 2:03.23 2:03.38 2:03.44 2:03.50

F18, 2010 PLC N18, 2010 Nike Cup F17, 2011 PLC D9, 2010 Army F26, 2004 PLC F26, 2010 ECAC F24, 2005 PLC F21, 2008 PLC F16, 2007 PLC F18, 2010 PLC

400 Individual Medley 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Laura Gorinski Kelly Zahalka Laura Gorinski Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Natalie Albertson Natalie Albertson Natalie Albertson Natalie Albertson

4:20.80 4:22.95 4:23.39 4:23.92 4:24.41 4:24.59 4:24.78 4:25.79 4:26.08 4:26.83

N19, 2010 Nike Cup F17, 2007 PLC N19, 2010 Nike Cup F22, 2008 PLC F24, 2006 PLC F24, 2006 PLC F20, 2009 PLC F20, 2009 PLC F19, 2010 PLC F19, 2010 PLC

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Top-10 Women’s Individual Event Performances (meters) 100 Backstroke 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Jennie Spencer Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Tori Throckmorton Kellie Darmody Olivia Kosaka Kellie Darmody Hollis Capuano Kelly Welsh

200 Butterfly 1:03.94 1:04.10 1:04.87 1:04.88 1:05.08 1:05.10 1:05.13 1:05.16 1:05.34 1:05.56

D1, 2005 Army J22, 2011 Yale O15, 2010 JMU D10, 2009 Army N13, 2004 Bucknell O22, 2010 UMBC J22, 2011 Yale J29, 2010 Virginia D10, 2009 Army D2, 1999 Army

2:14.08 2:17.26 2:17.98 2:18.30 2:18.77 2:19.95 2:20.22 2:20.30 2:20.72 2:21.03

N7, 2009 American D1, 2005 Army J29, 2010 Virginia J15, 2011 Vermont J22, 2011 Yale N29, 2007 Army D10, 2009 Army D10, 2009 Army N7, 2009 American D5, 1991 Army

1:10.38 1:10.65 1:10.96 1:11.09 1:11.25 1:11.47 1:11.62 1:11.77 1:11.87 1:12.05

J22, 2011 Yale N4, 2006 Colgate N30, 1995 Army J17, 2009 Vermont O22, 2010 UMBC N7, 2009 American O29, 2004 UMBC O17, 2008 Hopkins D1, 2005 Army D10, 2009 Army

2:30.94 2:32.47 2:35.41 2:36.00 2:36.30 2:36.32 2:36.47 2:38.74 2:36.78 2:36.94

J22, 2011 Yale O28, 2006 UMBC N4, 2006 Colgate O15, 2010 JMU N30, 1995 Army J29, 2010 Virginia O22, 2010 UMBC D10, 2009 Army N7, 2009 American O21, 2006 Hopkins

1:01.51 1:01.79 1:01.88 1:01.84 1:01.95 1:02.04 1:02.65 1:02.77 1:03.09 1:03.60

J22, 2011 Yale J29, 2010 Virginia J15, 2011 Vermont O22, 2010 UMBC D10, 2009 Army O15, 2010 JMU N7, 2009 Amer N4, 2006 Colgate J5, 2005 Yale J17, 2009 Vermont

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

Tara Chapmon Jennie Spencer Tara Chapmon Kellie Darmody Kellie Darmody Allison Ranzau Kellie Darmody Bryn Moriarty Bryn Moriarty Carolyn Wisner

Laura Gorinski Mallory Dietrich Julia Mason Mallory Dietrich Laura Gorinski Mallory Dietrich Aubra Thomas Mallory Dietrich Aubra Thomas Mallory Dietrich

Laura Gorinski Mallory Dietrich Mallory Dietrich Laura Gorinski Julia Mason Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Mallory Dietrich Mallory Dietrich Mallory Dietrich

400 Freestyle 2:16.43 2:17.10 2:17.74 2:17.91 2:18.02 2:18.52 2:18.80 2:19.54 2:19.59 2:19.96

J22, 2011 Yale O28, 2006 UMBC O15, 2010 JMU O22, 2010 UMBC N29, 2007 Army J29, 2010 Virginia O21, 2006 Hopkins N7, 2009 American J22, 2011 Yale D10, 2009 Army

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Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh 3. Thuy-Mi Dinh 4. Thuy-Mi Dinh 5. Thuy-Mi Dinh 6. Thuy-Mi Dinh 7. Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh 10. Thuy-Mi Dinh

25.46 25.46 25.64 25.77 25.92 25.97 26.05 26.05 26.05 26.17

J17, 2009, Vermont D10, 2009, Army N29, 2007 Army N7, 2009 American O25, 2008 UMBC J29, 2010 Virginia J12, 2008 Yale J26, 2008 Penn O10, 2009 GMU N12, 2007 American

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

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

Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Sarah Dorenkott Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh

56.09 56.74 56.84 56.92 57.10 57.21 57.42 57.61 57.69 57.73

D10, 2009 Army D10, 2009 Army N29, 2007 Army N29, 2007 Army J17, 2009 Vermont J7, 2009 American J26, 2008 Penn O25, 2008 UMBC O28, 2006 UMBC J29, 2010 Virginia

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

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Allison Ranzau Allison Ranzau Tara Chapmon Allison Ranzau Allison Ranzau Allison Ranzau Tara Chapmon Allison Ranzau

2:00.33 2:01.23 2:02.23 2:02.79 2:02.86 2:03.88 2:03.97 2:03.99 2:04.15 2:04.34

J29, 2010 Virginia N7, 2009 American D10, 2009 Army N29, 2007 Army O17, 2008 Hopkins J17, 2009 Vermont N7, 2009 American J22, 2011 Yale N4, 2006 Colgate J29, 2010 Virginia

Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Toni Paruso Mallory Dietrich Tori Throckmorton Mallory Dietrich

4:15.08 4:15.26 4:18.41 4:19.13 4:20.00 4:21.84 4:21.95 4:22.80 4:22.86 4:23.23

D10, 2009 Army N29, 2007 Army J29, 2010 Virginia N4, 2006 Colgate N12, 2007 American O25, 2008 UMBC O10, 2009 GMU D2, 1993 Army O28, 2006 UMBC J17, 2009 Vermont

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Heidi Fearon Rheanna Vaughn Tara Chapmon Katelyn Davidson Rheanna Vaughn

8:51.09 8:52.86 8:55.51 8:56.82 8:57.22 9:00.50 9:01.78 9:02.22 9:02.47 9:03.46

N29, 2007 Army D10, 2009 Army J12, 2008 Yale O25, 2008 UMBC J17, 2009 Vermont N30, 1995 Army O15, 2010 JMU O10, 2009 GMU D10, 2009 Army O22, 2010 UMBC

Heidi Fearon Tara Chapmon Allison Ranzau Rheanna Vaughn Amy O'Donnell Haley Nowak Katie Davidson Erika Hubbard Rebecca Schwanbeck Heather Klein

17:14.04 17:18.84 17:27.09 17:42.41 17:47.28 17:51.91 18:20.11 18:29.41 18:29.71 18:43.51

J31, 1996 Loyola O19, 2007 Hopkins O19, 2007 Hopkins J15, 2011 Vermont J31, 1996 Loyola J15, 2011 Vermont J15, 2011 Vermont O19, 2007 Hopkins J31, 1996 Loyola J15, 2011 Vermont

200 Individual Medley

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

Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Heidi Fearon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon

1500 Freestyle

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

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

800 Freestyle

100 Freestyle

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

Toni Paruso Mallory Dietrich Toni Paruso Rheanna Vaughn Kelly Zahalka Toni Paruso Mallory Dietrich Toni Paruso Rheanna Vaughn Toni Paruso

50 Freestyle

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

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

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

Kelly Zahalka Bryn Moriarty Laura Gorinski Aubra Thomas Laura Gorinski Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Melissa Hawley Aubra Thomas

2:20.31 2:20.74 2:20.80 2:20.98 2:21.50 2:21.78 2:21.86 2:21.90 2:22.40 2:22.42

N29, 2007 Army D10, 2009 Army O15, 2010 JMU D4, 2003 Army J22, 2011 Yale J26, 2008 Penn O28, 2006 UMBC J12, 2008 Yale D2, 1999 Army F5, 2005 Richmond

400 Individual Medley 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Kelly Zahalka Colleen Randolph Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Natalie Albertson Heidi Fearon Madison Jones Melissa Hawley Tessa Snow Jean-Marie Prideaux

4:57.00 5:00.99 5:02.47 5:04.36 5:07.64 5:08.69 5:08.80 5:09.98 5:10.28 5:11.25

F8, 2008 Exh. Swim J15, 2011 Vermont J28, 2006 Penn N12, 2007 American N7, 2009 American N17, 1993 Lehigh N7, 2009 American J19, 2002 Penn N7, 2009 American J17, 1984 Towson


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Top-10 Women’s Relay Event Performances (yards) 400 Freestyle Relay

800 Freestyle Relay

200 Medley Relay

400 Medley Relay

1. 1:31.63 F18, 2010 PLC Thuy-Mi Dinh, Toni Paruso, Kellie Darmody, Tara Chapmon

1. 3:22.18 F20, 2010 PLC Tara Chapmon, Hollis Capuano, Allison Ranzau, Thuy-Mi Dinh

1. 7:23.82 F19, 2010 PLC Tara Chapmon, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Hollis Capuano, Allison Ranzau

1. 1:42.21 F19, 2010 PLC Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Thuy-Mi Dinh

1. 3:42.11 F18, 2010 PLC Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Tara Chapmon

2. 1:33.22 F19, 2009 PLC Allison Ranzau, Sylvia Knap, Tara Chapmon, Thuy-Mi Dinh

2. 3:24.64 F21, 2009 PLC Thuy-Mi Dinh, Sylvia Knap, Allison Ranzau, Tara Chapmon

2. 7:24.58 F20, 2009 PLC Lauren Milliron, Allison Ranzau, Kelly Zahalka, Tara Chapmon

2. 1:42.98 F20, 2009 PLC Tara Chapmon, Mallory Dietrich, Sarah Lindberg, Thuy-Mi Dinh

2. 3:45.90 N18, 2010 Nike Cup Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Allison Ranzau

3. 1:33.91 F17, 2011 PLC Kellie Darmody, Toni Paruso, Daphne Williams, Allison Ranzau

3. 3:24.83 F23, 2008 PLC Allison Ranzau, Rachel Gray, Tara Chapmon, Thuy-Mi Dinh

3. 7:26.69 F22, 2008 PLC Allison Ranzau, Kristin Lowd, Kelly Zahalka, Tara Chapmon

3. 1:43.07 F18, 2011 PLC Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paurso, Allison Ranzau

3. 3:47.24 F19, 2009 PLC Jennie Spencer, Mallory Dietrich, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Allison Ranzau

4. 1:34.20 F16, 2007 PLC Thuy-Mi Dinh, Mallory Dietrich, Aubra Thomas, Sarah Dorenkott

4. 3:24.91 J23, 2010 Yale Thuy-Mi Dinh, Daphne Williams, Allison Ranzau, Tara Chapmon

4. 7:27.85 F17, 2007 PLC Tara Chapmon, Kelly Zahalka, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Sarah Dorenkott

4. 1:44.25 F17, 2007 PLC Jennie Spencer, Aubra Thomas, Mallory Dietrich, Thuy-Mi Dinh

4. 3:47.49 F16, 2007 PLC Jennie Spencer, Aubra Thomas, Mallory Dietrich, Sarah Dorenkott

5. 1:34.63 F21, 2008 PLC Allison Ranzau, Kelly Zahalka, Rachel Gray, Thuy-Mi Dinh

5. 3:24.95 F19, 2011 PLC Allison Ranzau, Kellie Darmody, Hollis Capuano, Laura Gorinski

5. 7:29.09 F18, 2011 PLC Hollis Capuano, Rheanna Vaughn, Haley Nowak, Laura Gorinski

5. 1:44.28 J23, 2010 Yale Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Thuy-Mi Dinh

5. 3:48.87 F26, 2010 ECAC Sarah Lindberg, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Hollis Capuano

6. 1:35.13 F26, 2004 PLC Aubra Thomas, Mandy Minikus, Allison Moon, Tori Throckmorton

6. 3:26.00 N18, 2006 Terp Inv. Thuy-Mi Dinh, Mallory Dietrich, Kelly Zahalka, Sarah Dorenkott

6. 7:36.49 F21, 2003 PLC Jenn Windstein, Allison Moon, Katie Costello, Megan Welsh

6. 1:44.40 D9, 2011 Army Olivia Kosaka, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Allison Ranzau

6. 3:51.77 F26, 2004 PLC Julie Holland, Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton, Allison Moon

7. 1:35.29 N11, 2006 Bucknell Thuy-Mi Dinh, Aubra Thomas, Kelly Zahalka, Sarah Dorenkott

7. 3:26.05 F18, 2007 PLC Mallory Dietrich, Kelly Zahalka, Sarah Dorenkott, Thuy-Mi Dinh

7. 7:36.91 N10, 2011 Nike Cup Allison Ranzau, Danielle Reminger, Laura Gorinski, Kellie Darmody

7. 1:44.53 N19, 2010 Nike Cup Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Allison Ranzau

7. 3:51.88 F23, 2006 PLC Jennie Spencer, Aubra Thomas, Cameron Wallace, Kelly Zahalka

8. 1:35.39 N16, 2006 Terp Inv. Thuy-Mi Dinh, Mallory Dietrich, Kelly Zahalka, Sarah Dorenkott

8. 3:26.80 D4, 2011 U.S. Swim Hollis Capuano, Laura Gorinski, Kellie Darmody, Allison Ranzau

8. 7:40.85 F25, 2005 PLC Kristin Lowd, Jenn Windstein, Meakin Poor, Rachel Gray

8. 1:44.59 D3, 2011 U.S. Swim Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Hollis Capuano, Allison Ranzau

8. 3:51.99 F21, 2008 PLC Thuy-Mi Dinh, Kelly Zahalka, Allison Ranzau, Tara Chapmon

T9. 1:35.44 F24, 2005 PLC Kelly Freeburn, Rachel Gray, Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton

9. 3:26.99 F26, 2005 PLC Kelly Freeburn, Rachel Gray, Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton

9. 7:41.28 F12, 1999 PLC Melissa Hawley, Kate Windstein, Amy Jones, Erin Emery

9. 1:44.69 N30, 2006 Army Jennie Spencer, Aubra Thomas, Mallory Dietrich, Thuy-Mi Dinh

9. 3:52.95 F24, 2005 PLC Jamie Call, Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton, Kelly Freeburn

T9. 1:35.44 F23, 2006 PLC Jennie Spencer, Rachel Gray, Kelly Zahalka, Aubra Thomas

10. 3:27.62 N21, 2009 Terp Inv. Thuy-Mi Dinh, Tara Chapmon, Daphne Williams, Allison Ranzau

10. 7:41.46 F14, 1997 PLC Bridget Stamp, Lora Anderson, Amy O’Donnell, Lauren Withers

10. 1:44.97 F27, 2004 PLC Lenaya Chamu, Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton, Allison Moon

10. 3:53.08 N19, 2009 Terp Inv. Tara Chapmon, Mallory Dietrich, Toni Paruso, Thuy-Mi Dinh

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G National Championship History

All-Americans

Championship Meet Scoring

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Men Year 1924 1925 1926 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1944 1946 1952 1953 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1973 1977 1978 1983 1984 1985 1986 1989 1990 1993

Place

Points No team competition No team competition No team competition No team competition No team competition No team competition No team competition No team competition T-3rd 24 T-4th 14 15th 3 22nd 2 –– 0 T-17th 1 18th 2 T-17th 3.5 18th 4 –– 0 –– 0 –– 0 T-35th 2 T-31st 2 –– 0 –– 0 –– 0 26th 7 19th 14 –– 0 –– 0 –– 0 –– 0 –– 0 T-38th 3 –– 0 –– 0 T-36th 7

Year 1994 1995 1996 1997 2000 2001 2004 2006 2009 2010 2011

Place 23rd 21st 21st –– –– –– T-28th –– 37th T-32nd ––

Points 32 26 50 0 0 0 14 0 4 3 0

Year Place AIAW 1979 11th 1980 11th 1981 14th NCAA Division II 1982 9th 1983 23rd 1984 T-22nd 1985 25th 1986 29th 1987 12th 1988 8th 1989 6th 1990 4th 1991 8th NCAA Division I 1992 –– 1994 41st 1996 T34th 1997 –– 2008 –– 2009 –– 2010 ––

Points

Women 163 n/a 122.5 n/a 26 10 33.5 4 66 121 169 371 192 0 3 4 0 0 0 0

National Champions Men Year 1924 1925 1925 1926 1926 1933 1944

Meet NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA NCAA

1946

NCAA

Name Event (Time/Score) Arthur Rule 100m Backstroke (1:19.0) Arthur Rule 150y Backstroke (1:49.0) Robert Cowell 50y Freestyle (23.9) Charles Allen Jr. 200y Breaststroke (2:44.7) Peter Wyckoff 100y Freestyle (55.5) Raymond Thompson 50y Freestyle (23.8) Navy 300y Medley Relay (3:01.1) Robert Cowell, Jack Manherz, Harlie Mize Robert Cowell 150y Backstroke (1:35.6)

Meet AIAW-DII AIAW-DII AIAW-DII NCAA-DII

Name Kristin Collins Kristin Collins Laurie Musiek Stacia Johnson

Women Year 1979 1979 1982 1991

Event (Time/Score) 100 Butterfly (57.94) 200 Butterfly (2:12.02) 50 Butterfly (26.31) 3-Meter Diving (475.75)

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Men 1958 Marshall Greer – 100 back 1960 Charles Griffin – 100 breast, 200 breast; Arnold Kleban – 400 med rel.; William Newman – 400 free rel.; Ashley Norfleet – 50 free, 400 free rel., 400 med rel.; Richard Oldham – 400 free rel.; Patters on Taft – 100 breast, 400 free rel., 400 med rel.; George Worthington – 400 med rel. 1961 Ric hard Cherry – 400 med rel.; Charles Griffin – 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM, 400 med rel.; Charles Leuth – 400 med rel; Ashley Norfleet – 50 free, 100 free, 400 med rel. 1962 Charles Griffin – 100 breast 1963 Michael Collins – 50 free, 100 free 1964 Michael Collins – 50 free, 100 free, 400 med rel.; William Fries – 400 med rel.; Douglas Morris – 400 med rel.; Charles Parish – 400 med rel. 1965 Dallas Clark e – 400 med rel.; William Fries – 400 med rel.; Douglas Morris – 400 med rel.; Thomas Zink and – 400 med rel. 1969 Charles Johnston – 400 free rel.; Charles Parlier – 400 free rel.; Williams Poirier – 400 free rel.; Robert Rachor – 400 free rel. 1970 David Pearl – 100 fly; Richard Stringer – 200 back 1971 Rexford Hand – 100 free; Dav id Pearl – 100 fly, 200 fly; Ric hard Stringer – 200 back 1973 Rexford Hand – 50 free, 100 free 1986 Bill Mc Cormick – 1-M dive 1993 Nate Smith – 1-M dive, 3-M dive, 10-M dive 1994 Nate Smith – 1-M dive, 3-M dive, 10-M dive 1995 Nate Smith – 1-M dive, 10-M dive 1996 Ian Johnston – 100 breast, 200 breast; Nate Smith – 1-M dive, 3-M dive, 10-M dive 2004 Terrence Fenningham – 200 free rel., 400 free rel.; Mike Linn – 200 free rel., 400 free rel.; J oe Smutz – 200 free rel., 400 free rel.; Noah White – 200 free rel., 400 free rel. 2009 Adam Meyer – 200 fly 2010 Adam Meyer – 200 fly

Women 1979 Kristin Collins – 100 fly, 200 fly, 400 free rel., 800 free rel., 400 med rel.; Peggy Feldmann – 200 breast, 100 IM, 200 IM, 400 IM, 400 free rel., 800 free rel., 400 med rel.; Terri Riggs – 100 free, 200 free, 1650 free, 400 free rel., 800 free rel., 400 med. rel.; Wendy Williams – 200 free, 400 free rel., 800 free rel., 400 med rel. 1980 Kristin Collins – 50 fly, 100 fly, 200 fly, 800 free rel., 400 med. rel.; Cheryl Dolyniuk – 50 back, 100 back, 100 IM, 200 IM, 800 free rel., 400 med rel.; Peggy Feldmann – 100 IM, 200 IM, 800 free rel., 400 med rel.; Terri Riggs – 800 free rel., 400 med rel. 1981 Kristin Collins – 50 fly, 100 fly, 200 fly, 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 400 med rel.; Cheryl Dolyniuk – 100 IM, 200 IM, 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 400 med rel.; Laurie Grammer – 50 free, 100 free, 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 400 med rel.; Terri Riggs – 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 400 med rel. 1982 Kristin Collins – 50 fly, 100 fly, 200 fly, 400 med. rel.; Cheryl Dolyniuk – 100 back, 200 breast, 100 IM, 200 IM, 800 free rel., 400 med rel.; Maureen Ford – 800 free rel.; Laurie Mus iek – 50 fly, 100 fly, 200 fly, 100 IM, 200 IM, 800 free rel., 400 med rel.; Terri Riggs – 800 free rel., 400 med rel. 1983 Cheryl Dolyniuk – 100 IM; Laurie Grammer – 50 free; Ann Groves – 50 back; Dac e Judy – 1-M dive; Laurie Musiek – 100 fly; Bonnie Walter – 1-M dive, 3-M dive 1984 Madeline Casity – 1-M dive; Bonnie Walter – 3-M dive 1985 Theresa Michal – 1-M dive; Laurie Musiek – 100 fly, 200 IM 1987 Chris tina Frueh – 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Dora Loc kwood – 100 breast, 200 breast, 400 IM, 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Heidi Savage – 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Debbie W illiams – 100 back, 200 back, 50 free, 200 med rel., 400 med rel. 1988 Jodi Bloomer – 800 free rel.; Leanne Fielding – 400 free rel.; Christina Frueh – 200 med rel.; Ann Komer – 400 free rel., 800 free rel.; Dora Loc kwood – 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 med rel.;, Brandee Polowy – 800 free rel.; Jennifer Rowe – 500 free, 1650 free; Sara Saltzstein – 200 breast, 1650 free; Heidi Savage – 200 med rel.; Debbie Williams – 100 back, 200 back, 50 free, 200 med rel., 400 free rel. 1989 Robbi Becker – 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 800 free rel., 200 med rel, 400 med rel.; Jodi Bloomer – 800 free rel.; Christina Frueh – 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 800 free rel.; Stacia J ohnson – 1-M dive, 3-M dive; Dora Lock wood – 100 breast; 200 breast, 200 IM, 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Jennifer Nichols – 200 back; Jennifer Rowe – 500 free, 1650 free, 800 free rel.; Sara Saltzstein – 200 breast, 1650 free, 400 IM; Heidi Savage – 100 fly, 200 fly; 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 200 med rel. 400 med rel.; Jennifer Shaar – 200 fly; Debbie Williams – 100 back, 200 back, 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 200 med rel., 400 med rel. 1990 Heather Davies – 1-M dive; Christina Frueh – 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 800 free rel.; Kelly Hoeft – 50 free, 200 free rel., 400 free rel., 800 free rel., 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Stacia J ohnson – 1-M dive, 3-M dive; Kelly Kins ella – 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM, 200 free rel.; Dora Lockwood – 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM, 200 med rel.; Laura Pears on – 100 breast, 200 breast, 400 med rel.; Jennifer Rowe – 500 free, 1650 free, 800 free rel.; Heidi Sav age – 100 fly, 200 fly, 100 free, 400 free rel., 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Amy Schmidt – 100 back; 100 free, 200 IM; 400 free rel., 800 free rel,; Mary Beth Sines – 100 fly, 200 fly; Elizabeth Warnick – 100 fly, 200 IM; Debbie W illiams – 100 back, 200 back, 50 free, 200 free rel., 200 med rel., 400 med rel. 1991 Melis sa Cherwin – 400 free rel.; Heather Davies – 1-M dive, 3-M dive; Stac ia Johnson – 1-M dive, 3-M dive; Kelly Kinsella – 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM, 400 IM, 400 free rel., 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Elizabeth Okano – 400 free rel., 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Jennifer Rowe – 200 free, 500 free, 1650 free, 400 free rel.; Mary Beth Spines – 100 fly, 200 fly, 200 med rel., 400 med rel.; Joanna Sprtel – 200 med rel., 400 med rel. 1994 Darcy Stuart – 10-M dive 1996 Darcy Stuart – 10-M dive

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Patriot League History Championship Meet Results Men –– 8 Years Place DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 8 titles

Points Swim Titles –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– 810 5 3 822.5 853 7 864 5 5 887 1031.5 10 10 1047 1056 11 –– 56

Relay Titles –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– 5 4 4 1 3 5 5 5 32

Women –– 20 Years Dive Titles –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 14

Total Titles –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– –– 12 9 13 8 10 17 16 17 102

Place 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 4th 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 2nd 10 titles

Diver of the Meet Men

2004 2006 2009 2010 2011

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Noah White Joe Smutz Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Mac Anthony

Women 1993 1994 1996 1996 1997 1999 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kelly Kinsella (co) Heidi Fearon (co) Heidi Fearon (co) Julia Mason (co) Julia Mason (co) Melissa Hawley Melissa Hawley Jenn Windstein Aubra Thomas Aubra Thomas (co) Kelly Zahalka Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon

Relay Titles 2 0 1 1 3 3 0 4 2 1 2 1 4 2 0 5 3 0 5 2 41

Dive Titles 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 12

Total Titles 2 5 6 7 14 9 6 12 7 5 6 5 9 6 1 16 12 4 14 6 152

Coaches of the Year

Championship Meet Award Winners Swimmer of the Meet Men

Points Swim Titles 745 2 744 5 708 5 865 6 860 10 860.5 5 560 6 851 6 659 3 594 4 663 4 575 4 534.5 5 598 4 744.5 1 805 9 679 7 759.5 4 887 9 760 4 –– 99

Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Jon Galinski Olaf Olson Ben Nicholas

Women 1992 1997 1999 2000 2007 2008

Stacia Johnson Darcy Stuart (co) Elizabeth Peterson Elizabeth Peterson Katie Griffin Katie Griffin

John Morrison 2007, ‘08, ‘10 Women’s Swimming

Dick Purdy 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97, ‘99 Women’s Swimming

Bill Roberts 2004, ‘05, ‘09, ‘11 Men’s Swimming

Joe Suriano 1992, 2005, ‘07, ‘08 Diving

Rookie of the Meet (est. 2005) Men 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011

David Guthmann Alex Buck Mac Anthony Justin Vagts Zach Ingold

Women 2007 2010 2011

Mallory Dietrich Laura Gorinski Rheanna Vaughn

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Championship Meet Event Titlists

Multiple Athlete-of-the-Year Award Winners

–– Men 2004 200 Back 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 800 F Rel 200 M Rel

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400 M Rel

2005 200 Back 50 Free 100 Free 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 800 F Rel 200 M Rel

2006 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

Kevin Mukri Terrence Fenningham Noah White Noah White Noah White Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Smutz, Linn, Fenningham, White Fenningham, Linn, Smutz, White Flemming, Plumb, Keefe, Boyd Linn, Fenningham, Boyd, White Mukri, DeMell, Fenningham, White

Kevin Mukri Mike Linn Mike Linn Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Smutz, Penley, Flemming, Linn Smutz, Flemming, Linn, Hill Hill, Thorn, Flemming, Jenkins Mukri, DeMell, Linn, Smutz

Mike Linn Tyler Hill Joe Smutz Mike Linn Joe Smutz Danny Flemming David Guthmann Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Linn, Oldenkamp, Mihalko, Smutz Linn, Oldenkamp, Mihalko, Foschi Mukri, Molina, Linn, Smutz Mukri, Molina, Linn, Smutz

2007 200 Back 100 Breast 500 Free 200 IM 400 IM 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel

2008 200 Back 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 400 IM 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 800 F Rel

Billy Vey Ari Molina James Lascara Billy Vey Adam Meyer Kevin Teague Kevin Teague Oldenkamp, Mihalko, Dupre, Plumb

Ryan Ward Andrew Hetzner Alex Oldenkamp Alex Oldenkamp Billy Vey Jon Galinski Jon Galinski Unruh, Durham, Buck, Oldenkamp Oldenkamp, Unruh, Durham, Buck Durham, Helms, Buck, Hetzner

2009 100 Back 200 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 200 IM 400 IM 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel

Andrew Hetzner Andrew Hetzner Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Erik Hunter Erik Hunter Adam Meyer Erik Hunter Olaf Olson Olaf Olson Aiken, Durham, Unruh, Oldenkamp 400 F Rel Anthony, Aiken, Durham, Oldenkamp 800 F Relay Anthony, Aiken, Curran, Durham 200 M Rel Hetzner, Molina, A. Meyer, Oldenkamp 400 M Rel Hetzner, Molina, A. Meyer, Oldenkamp

Tara Chapmon 2008, ‘09, ‘10 Women’s Swimming

Heidi Fear on 1994, ‘96 Women’s Swimming

Katie Griffin 2007, ‘08 Women’s Diving

Melissa Hawley 1999, 2002 Women’s Swimming

Julia Mason 1996, ‘97 Women’s Swimming

Adam Meyer 2009, ‘10 Men’s Swimming

Elizabeth Peterson 1999, 2000 Women’s Diving

Kevin Teague 2004, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Men’s Diving

Aubra Thomas 2004, ‘05 Women’s Swimming

200 F Rel 400 F Rel

2010 200 Back 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 200 IM 400 IM 1-M Dive

Sam Martinette Pete Donahue Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Aaron Aiken Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Erik Hunter Adam Meyer Justin Vagts Ben Nicholas

800 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

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Aiken, Buck, Daniels, Komadina Anthony, Aiken, Daniels, Curran Hunter, A. Meyer, Curran, Anthony M. Meyer, Donahue, A. Meyer, Komadina M. Meyer, Donahue, A. Meyer, Aiken

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2011 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 200 IM 3-M Dive

200 F Rel Zach Ingold Mac Anthony Luke Hoffer Pete Donahue Mark Meyer Zach Ingold Zach Ingold Mac Anthony Mac Anthony Justin Vagts Ben Bondurant Olaf Olson

400 F Rel 800 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

Parker, Linn, Ingold, Aiken Ingold, Linn, Anthony, Aiken Anthony, Martinette, Hunter, Norton Ingold, Hoffer, Dukleth, Parker Anthony, Hoffer, Dukleth, Aiken


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Championship Meet Event Titlists –– Women 1992 100 Breast 200 Breast 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 800 F Rel 400 M Rel

1993 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Fly 500 Free 200 IM

1995 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 1650 Free 400 IM 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 800 F Rel

200 M Rel 400 M Rel

1996 100 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 200 IM 400 IM 1-M Dive 200 F Rel 800 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

1997 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 50 Free 200 Free 200 IM 3-M Dive 200 M Rel 400 F Rel

Kelly Kinsella Kelly Kinsella Mary Beth Sines Heidi Fearon Kelly Kinsella

Carolyn Wisner Carolyn Wisner Heidi Fearon Heidi Fearon Heidi Fearon Kaufman, Wisner Kouloheras, Fearon

Michelle McKenna Michelle McKenna Carolyn Wisner Carolyn Wisner Heidi Fearon Heidi Fearon Nollette, Haynes, Cline, Hurley Hurley, Fearon, Wienrich, Nollette Hurley, Fearon, Wienrich, Nollette Haynes, McKenna, Wisner, Hurley Haynes, McKenna, Wisner, Nollette

Stacey Haynes Julia Mason Julia Mason Stacie Gibson Heidi Fearon Stacey Haynes Lauren Withers Heidi Fearon Lauren Withers Julia Mason Heidi Fearon Darcy Stuart Haynes, Nollette, Anderson, Hurley Anderson, O’Donnell, Withers, Fearon Nollette, Mason, Gibson, Haynes Haynes, Mason, Gibson, Anderson

800 F Rel 400 M Rel

1998 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 1999 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Fly 200 IM 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 400 F Rel 800 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

2000 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Free 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 800 F Rel

2001 200 Fly 200 Free 500 Free 200 IM 800 F Rel

Julia Mason Julia Mason Kelly Welsh Julia Mason Lauren Withers Kelly Welsh Darcy Stuart K. Welsh, Mason, Gibson, Hurley Anderson, Hurley, Withers, Mason Stamp, Anderson, O’Donnell, Withers K. Welsh, Mason, Gibson, Anderson

Molly Salness Molly Salness Kelly Welsh Angie Maganza Lee Ann Hurley Lee Ann Hurley

Cari Murtaugh Cari Murtaugh Julia Mason Julia Mason Melissa Hawley Melissa Hawley Elizabeth Peterson Elizabeth Peterson Mason, Westerbeke, Emery, Hawley Hawley, K. Windstein, Jones, Emery Ball, Mason, K. Welsh, Jones Ball, Mason, Hawley, Emery

2002 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 200 M Rel

2003 100 Fly 200 Fly 500 Free 1650 Free 400 F Rel

Tori Throckmorton Melissa Hawley Melissa Hawley Melissa Hawley Moon, Throckmorton, Costello, M. Welsh Costello, Moon, M. Welsh, Hawley Felker, Adamovich, Hawley, Moon

Tori Throckmorton Jenn Windstein Jenn Windstein Jenn Windstein Throckmorton, Moon, Minikus, Costello

2006 400 IM 2007 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 200 IM 400 IM 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 800 F Rel

2004 100 Back Tori Throckmorton 100 Breast Aubra Thomas 200 Breast Aubra Thomas 100 Fly Tori Throckmorton 200 IM Aubra Thomas 200 F Rel Aub. Thomas, Minikus, Moon, Throckmorton 400 F Rel Aub. Thomas, J. Windstein, Moon, Throckmorton 200 M Rel Chamu, Aub. Thomas, Throckmorton, Moon 400 M Rel Holland, Aub. Thomas, Throckmorton, Moon 2005 100 Breast Aubra Thomas 200 Breast Aubra Thomas 100 Fly Tori Throckmorton 200 IM Aubra Thomas 400 F Rel Freeburn, Gray, Aub. Thomas, Throckmorton 800 F Rel Lowd, J. Windstein, Poor, Gray

200 M Rel 400 M Rel

2008 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 400 IM 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 800 F Rel

Kelly Zahalka

Mallory Dietrich Mallory Dietrich Mallory Dietrich Kelly Zahalka Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Tara Chapmon Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Katie Griffin Katie Griffin Dinh, M. Dietrich, Aub. Thomas, Dorenkott M. Dietrich, Zahalka, Dorenkott, Dinh Chapmon, Zahalka, Dinh, Dorenkott Spencer, Aub. Thomas, M. Dietrich, Dinh Spencer, Aub. Thomas, M. Dietrich, Dorenkott

Kelly Zahalka Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Kelly Zahalka Katie Griffin Katie Griffin Ranzau, Zahalka, Dinh, Gray Ranzau, Gray, Chapmon, Dinh Ranzau, Lowd, Zahalka, Chapmon

2009 50 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 2010 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 200 IM 200 F Rel 400 F Rel 800 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

2011 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 Fly 100 Free 200 F Rel 200 M Rel

Thuy-Mi Dinh Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon

Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Toni Paruso Thuy-Mi Dinh Thuy-Mi Dinh Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Tara Chapmon Laura Gorinski Dinh, Paruso, Darmody, Chapmon Chapmon, Capuano, Ranzau, Dinh Chapmon, Dinh, Capuano, Ranzau Darmody, Gorinski, Paruso, Dinh Darmody, Gorinski, Paruso, Chapmon

Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Rheanna Vaughn Allison Ranzau Darmody, Paruso, Williams, Ranzau Darmody, Gorinski, Paruso, Ranzau

Molly Salness Molly Salness Erin Emery Elizabeth Peterson Elizabeth Peterson Emery, Costello, M. Salness, Hawley

Melissa Hawley Erin Emery Erin Emery Melissa Hawley Hawley, Emery, Costello, Moon

Tori Throckmorton ‘05 won the 100 fly at each of her four Patriot League Championship meets. She graduated from Navy holding the school records in the butterfly events.

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1994 100 Fly 200 Fly 500 Free 1650 Free 400 IM 800 F Rel

Amy Salness Kelly Kinsella Stacia Johnson Stacia Johnson Wisner, Zavodny, Kouloheras, Hutchison Wisner, Kinsella, Sines, Zavodny


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Career Championship Meet Event Titles –– Men Swimmers

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Name Mike Linn Mac Anthony Adam Meyer Alex Oldenkamp Joe Smutz Aaron Aiken Noah White Nathan Durham Andrew Hetzner Erik Hunter Kevin Mukri

I R 4 10 8 6 7 5 2 9 2 8 1 9 3 4 0 6 3 3 4 2 2 4

T 14 14 12 11 10 10 7 6 6 6 6

Name I Terrence Fenningham 1 Danny Flemming 1 Zach Ingold 3 Ari Molina 1 Alex Buck 0 Pete Donahue 2 Luke Hoffer 1 Jack Curran 0 Tyler Hill 1 Mark Meyer 1 Preston Mihalko 0 Joe Unruh 0

Two-time H.M. All-American Mike Linn ‘06 won the 50 free at each of his four Army-Navy meets. Also, his 10 career Patriot League relay event crowns is a league record.

R 4 4 2 4 4 2 3 3 2 2 3 3

T 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3

Name Billy Vey Marshall Boyd Marshall Daniels Brian DeMell Steve Dukleth Frank Komadina K.C. Linn Sam Martinette Robbie Parker Andrew Plumb Justin Vagts Ben Bondurant

I 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 1

R 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 0 0

T 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1

Name Wren Dupre Christian Foschi David Guthmann J.J. Helms Christopher Jenkins Jake Keefe James Lascara Will Norton Brad Penley Andrew Thorn Ryan Ward

Tara Chapmon ‘10 is the lone swimmer in league history to have been tabbed as the Patriot League Swimmer of the Year at three championship meets.

I 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

R 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Divers Name Kevin Teague Jon Galinski Olaf Olson Ben Nicholas

1M 3M 4 4 1 1 1 2 1 0

T 8 2 3 1

Joe Smutz ‘06, the league swimmer of the year during his senior season, tallied 10 titles (eight relay events, two individual events) in his Patriot League meet history.

Career Championship Meet Event Titles –– Women Swimmers Name Tara Chapmon Thuy-Mi Dinh Julia Mason Aubra Thomas Heidi Fearon Melissa Hawley Tori Throckmorton Kelly Zahalka Erin Emery Lee Ann Hurley Allison Moon Carolyn Wisner

I R 10 7 7 10 8 8 6 8 9 4 7 6 5 7 6 4 3 6 2 7 0 9 4 5

T 17 17 16 14 13 13 12 10 9 9 9 9

Name Laura Gorinski Stacey Haynes Allison Ranzau Mallory Dietrich Lora Anderson Nicole Nicollette Toni Paruso Kelly Welsh Lauren Withers Katie Costello Kellie Darmody Stacie Gibson Kelly Kinsella Molly Salness

I 5 2 1 3 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 1 4 4

R 3 6 7 4 6 6 5 3 3 5 5 4 1 1

T 8 8 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

Name Jenn Windstein Sarah Dorenkott Rachel Gray Michelle McKenna Katie Ball Hollis Capuano Amy Jones Kara Kouloheras Kristin Lowd Mandy Minikus Cari Murtaugh Any O’Donnell Mary Beth Sines Jennie Spencer

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I 3 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0

R 2 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 1 2

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T 5 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Name Susanne Wienrich Megan Welsh Julie Zavodny Brielle Adamovich Lenaya Chamu Rebecca Cline Laurie Felker Kelly Freeburn Julie Holland Amy Hutchison Debi Kaufman Angie Maganza Meakin Poor Amy Salness

I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

R 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0

T 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Name Bridget Stamp Rheanna Vaughn Adriana Westerbeke Daphne Williams Kate Windstein

I 0 1 0 0 0

R 1 0 1 1 1

T 1 1 1 1 1

Name 1M 3M Katie Griffin 2 2 Elizabeth Peterson 2 2 Stacia Johnson 1 1 Darcy Stuart 1 1

T 4 4 2 2

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G All-Patriot League Honorees Men First-Team All-Patriot League

Women All-Patriot League (1995-2003)

2004

1995

2005

2006 2007

2008

2009

2011

1996

1997

1998 1999

2000 2001 2002 2003

First-Team All-League (2004-pres.) 2004 2005 2006 2007

2008

Second-Team All-Patriot League 2004 2005 2006

2007 2008 2009

2010 2011

Danny Flemming, Ian Getzler, Brad Snyder Jake Keefe, John Kennedy, Danny Mizelle, Chris Speicher Andy Bockus, Christian Foschi, Ian Getzler, Preston Mihalko, Danny Mizelle, Kevin Mukri, Alex Oldenkamp Jon Galinski, Adam Niekras, Alex Oldenkamp, Andrew Utama David Guthmann, J.J. Helms, Adam Niekras, Olaf Olson, Dan Warner Jack Curran, Nathan Durham, Jon Galinski, Ari Molina, Ben Nicholas, Alex Oldenkamp, Andrew Utama Alex Buck, Jack Curran, Bryan Gentz, Andrew Utama Conor Campbell, Hayden Jones, K.C. Linn, Sean Murphy, Joe Stark

Kendra Deppe, Heidi Fearon, Stacey Haynes, Lee Ann Hurley, Michelle McKenna, Nicolle Nollette, Bridget Stamp, Carolyn Wisner Lora Anderson, Heidi Fearon, Stacie Gibson, Stacey Haynes, Julia Mason, Amy O’Donnell, Bridget Stamp, Darcy Stuart, Lauren Withers Lora Anderson, Stacie Gibson, Lee Ann Hurley, Julia Mason, Molly Salness, Bridget Stamp, Darcy Stuart, Kelly Welsh, Lauren Withers Erin Emery, Lee Ann Hurley, Angie Maganza, Molly Salness, Bridget Stamp, Kelly Welsh Erin Emery, Melissa Hawley, Julia Mason, Cari Murtagh, Elizabeth Peterson, Molly Salness, Kate Windstein Erin Emery, Melissa Hawley, Elizabeth Peterson, Molly Salness Erin Emery, Melissa Hawley Laurie Felker, Melissa Hawley, Allison Moon, Tori Throckmorton, Megan Welsh Allison Moon, Tori Throckmorton, Jenn Windstein

2009 2010

2011

Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton, Jenn Windstein Kelly Freeburn, Meakin Poor, Aubra Thomas, Tori Throckmorton, Jenn Windstein Jennie Spencer, Aubra Thomas, Kelly Zahalka Tara Chapmon, Mallory Dietrich, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Sarah Dorenkott, Katie Griffin, Aubra Thomas, Kelly Zahalka Tara Chapmon, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Katie Griffin, Allison Ranzau, Tessa Snow, Kelly Zahalka Tara Chapmon, Mallory Dietrich, Thuy-Mi Dinh Hollis Capuano, Tara Chapmon, Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Thuy-Mi Dinh, Toni Paruso, Allison Ranzau Kellie Darmody, Laura Gorinski, Toni Paruso, Allison Ranzau, Rheanna Vaughn

Katie Griffin ‘08 was twice selected as the Patriot League Diver of the Year.

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Allison Moon, Meakin Poor, Rachel Gray, Katie Griffin Katie Griffin Desiree’ Robison, Jennie Spencer Natalie Albertson, Desiree’ Robison Allison Aichele, Natalie Albertson, Sarah Lindberg, Allison Ranzau, Tessa Snow, Jennie Spencer, Desiree’ Robison Natalie Albertson, Bryn Moriarty, Tessa Snow, Courtney Vandament, Daphne Williams Jenn Abbott, Lauren Baugley, Jordyn Nicholl, Haley Nowak, Colleen Randolph, Tessa Snow, Courtney Vandament

Four-Time All-Patriot League Honorees Men Alex Oldenkamp Kevin Teague

2006-09 2004-07

Women Tara Chapmon Thuy-Mi Dinh Erin Emery Katie Griffin Melissa Hawley Allison Ranzau Molly Salness Tessa Snow Bridget Stamp Aubra Thomas Tori Throckmorton

2007-10 2007-10 1998-2001 2005-08 1999-2002 2008-11 1997-2000 2008-11 1995-98 2004-07 2002-05

Jon Galinski ‘09 was named as the Patriot League’s 2009 Diver of the Year and competed at the NCAA Championship as a senior.

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2010

Marshall Boyd, Brian DeMell, Terrence Fenningham, Mike Linn, Kevin Mukri, Joe Smutz, Kevin Teague, Noah White Danny Flemming, Chris Jenkins, Tyler Hill, Mike Linn, Kevin Mukri, Joe Smutz, Kevin Teague, Andrew Thorn Danny Flemming, David Guthmann, Tyler Hill, Mike Linn, Joe Smutz, Kevin Teague Andy Bockus, Tyler Hill, James Lascara, Adam Meyer, Preston Mihalko, Ari Molina, Andrew Plumb, Cody Reeb, Kevin Teague, Billy Vey Alex Buck, Nathan Durham, Jon Galinski, Andrew Hetzner, Nathan LeRoy, Alex Oldenkamp, Billy Vey, Ryan Ward Aaron Aiken, Mac Anthony, Jesse Cohen, Andrew Hetzner, Erik Hunter, Sam Martinette, Adam Meyer, Mark Meyer, Olaf Olson, Patrick Veltman, Billy Vey, Dan Warner Mac Anthony, Aaron Aiken, Pete Donahue, Steve Dukleth, Erik Hunter, James Lascara, Sam Martinette, Adam Meyer, Mark Meyer, Ben Nicholas, Joe Stark, Justin Vagts, Patrick Veltman Aaron Aiken, Mac Anthony, Ben Bondurant, Pete Donahue, Steve Dukleth, Luke Hoffer, Erik Hunter, Zach Ingold, Sam Martinette, Mark Meyer, William Norton, Olaf Olson, Robbie Parker, Justin Vagts

Second-Team All-League ( 2004-pres.) 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G

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Patriot League Athletes of the Week (since 2002-03) Men – Swimming

Women – Swimming

Men – Diving

Women – Diving

2003-04 O21 Terrance Fenningham N4 Noah White 2004-05 Mike Linn O26, N23 J18, F15 Joe Smutz O19 Andrew Thorn 2005-06 F14 Brooks Cameron D6 Mike Linn O18, N15, N22, J10 Joe Smutz 2006-07 D12, J8, J15, F5 Kevin Mukri 2007-08 O20, N20, D4, Adam Meyer J8, J15, F5 F12 Alex Oldenkamp 2008-09 Andrew Hetzner O21, F10 J27 Sam Martinette O28, N11, D9, J13 Adam Meyer 2009-10 J12 Aaron Aiken J26 Mac Anthony N24, F9 Erik Hunter O27, N10, D15, F2 Adam Meyer 2010-11 J10 Aaron Aiken O18, O25, N22, J24, F7 Mac Anthony D13 Luke Hoffer N8 Zach Ingold N1 Mark Meyer F14 John Ojard

2002-03 D10 Allison Moon N19 Tori Throckmorton O29, J14 Jenn Windstein 2003-04 D9 Aubra Thomas J13, F3 Tori Throckmorton O21 Jenn Windstein 2004-05 N9 Kelly Freeburn O19, N2 Aubra Thomas O26 Tori Throckmorton 2005-06 O25 Sally Bakewell D6 Aubra Thomas O18 Kelly Zahalka 2006-07 N8 Tara Chapmon N1, J15, J29 Mallory Dietrich N13 Thuy-Mi Dinh 2007-08 Tara Chapmon O24, N6, N20, F5 J15 Thuy-Mi Dinh 2008-09 O14, N11, N25, J13 Tara Chapmon O21, J21, J27 Mallory Dietrich O28 Thuy-Mi Dinh 2009-10 Tara Chapmon O13, O27, N10, N24, J19, J26, F2 D15 Thuy-Mi Dinh 2010-11 O18 Kellie Darmody O25, N8, N22, D6, D13, J24 Laura Gorinski

2003-04 O22, N29, N27, D11, J15, F11 2004-05 O19, N23, D8, F8 2005-06 O18, N1, N15, D6, J10, J31, F14 2006-07 O18, N1, N21, D5, D12, J8 2007-08 J8 J15 O24, O30, N13, D4, F12 2008-09 O14, D9 O28, N11, N25, J13, J27, F10 2009-10 O27 N10, D5, F2, F9 O13, N24, J12 2010-11 D13, F14 O18, O25, N1, N8, J10, F7

2003-04 J20 2004-05 O19, N16, F1 2005-06 O18, N8, N15 2006-07 O18, N1, N13, D5, J15, J29, F5 2007-08 O24, O30, N6, N13, D4, J15, J29 2008-09 O28, D9 2009-10 D15 2010-11 D13 O18

Aubra Thomas ‘07 was twice named as the Patriot League Swimmer of the Year and earned a trio of league swimmer-of-the-week honors.

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Kevin Teague

Jon Galinski Adam Niekras Olaf Olson

Jon Galinski Olaf Olson

Bryan Gentz Ben Nicholas Olaf Olson Hayden Jones Olaf Olson

Sheila Singer Katie Griffin Katie Griffin Katie Griffin

Katie Griffin

Desiree Robison Jordyn Nicholl Jordyn Nicholl Courtney Vandament

CSCAA/CollegeSwimming.com National Swimmer of the Week Women D6, 2006 D15, 2010

Mallory Dietrich Laura Gorinski

Men D13, 2006 D17, 2008 J19, 2009 D16, 2009 D15, 2010

Kevin Mukri Andrew Hetzner Adam Meyer Adam Meyer Luke Hoffer

Noah White ‘04 was the Patriot League Swimmer of the Year, the league’s scholar-athlete of the Year and competed at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

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Championship Meet Event Titlists

Meet Results

2009 200 Fly 500 Free 1650 Free 400 IM 200 F Relay

Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Place 1st 1st 1st

Points 437 673.5 765.5

400 F Relay 800 F Relay

Steve Dukleth James Lascara James Lascara James Lascara Blazuk, Buck, Komadina, Mihalko Daniels, Komadina, Blazuk, Mihalko Lascara, Blazuk, Norton, Buck

2010 200 Fly 50 Free 200 Free

Jesse Cohen Robbie Parker William Norton

500 Free 1650 Free

William Norton John Ojard

2011 200 Fly 500 Free 1650 Free 200 F Relay

Jesse Cohen Sam Martinette Sam Martinette Quinn, Bagent, Sweeney, Stumpf 400 F Relay Quinn, Sweeney, Stumpf, Bagent 200 M Relay Stumpf, Grove, Hetzel, Quinn 400 M Relay Golankiewicz, Feeney, Hetzel, Stumpf

Career Championship Meet Event Titles Swimmers Name James Lascara Ryan Stumpf Andrew Blazuk William Norton Danny Quinn Sean Bagent Alex Buck Jesse Cohen Charlie Hetzel Frank Komadina

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Championship Meet Results

Championship Meet Event Titlists

Eastern Women’s Swimming League

1979 100 Fly

Kristin Collins

1980 50 Fly

Kristin Collins

Year Place 1978-79 8th 1979-80 6th 1980-81 6th ‘81-82 - ‘90-91 1991-92 10th 1992-93 10th 1993-94 9th 1994-95 8th 1995-96 7th 1996-97 6th

Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Points 105 137 160 DNC 134 140 145 218 239 278

Year Place 1997-98 13th 1998-99 3rd 1999-00 5th 2000-01 6th 2001-02 7th 2002-03 4th ‘03-04 - ‘06-07 2007-08 9th 2008-09 5th 2009-10 6th 2010-11 6th

Points 71 411 294 273.5 255.5 276 DNC 181 341 259 285.5

1981 100 Fly

1997 100 Breast 1-M Dive 1999 200 IM 400 F Rel

Kristin Collins 200 M Rel

1992 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 1996 100 Breast

Stacia Johnson Stacia Johnson

Julia Mason

Julia Mason Darcy Stuart

Melissa Hawley Mason, Jones, Emery, Hawley Ball, Mason, Welsh, Jones

2000 200 IM

Melissa Hawley

2001 200 IM

Melissa Hawley

2010 200 Breast 500 Free 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

2011 100 Breast 200 Breast

Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski Lindberg, Gorinski, Paruso, Capuano Lindberg, Gorinski, Paruso, Capuano

Laura Gorinski Laura Gorinski

Career Championship Meet Event Titles Swimmers Name Laura Gorinski Melissa Hawley Julia Mason Kristin Collins Hollis Capuano Amy Jones Sarah Lindberg Toni Paruso

The Navy men’s won its third ECAC Championship in as many years of competing at the event in 2011.

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Men’s Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League History

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Yearly League Placings Year 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60

Reg. Season Place W -L 7th 0-6 6th 1-5 T-5th 1-5 5th 2-4 5th 2-4 5th 2-4 T-3rd 4-3 1st 4-0 2nd 2-1 1st 4-0 T-3rd 4-3 4th 3-3 6th 2-5 7th 1-6 T-4th 3-4 6th 2-5 4th 4-3 T-4th 3-4 6th 3-5 T-5th 3-5 T-3rd 5-3 6th 3-5 5th 4-4 3rd 6-2

Champ. Meet Place Pts. No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet No Meet

Year 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

Reg. Season Place W-L T-1st 7-1 4th 5-3 5th 4-4 3rd 6-2 T-3rd 5-3 4th 5-3 6th 3-5 6th 3-5 6th 3-5 5th 4-4 T-5th 2-5 5th 3-4 T-5th 2-5 T-6th 2-5 T-4th 4-4 T-7th 2-6 2nd 7-1 6th 2-5 T-4th 5-4 T-6th 4-5 T-3rd 6-3 T-5th 4-5 4th 5-4 T-5th 5-4

Champ. Meet Place Pt s . No Meet 8th 15.5 5th 25 5th 34 3rd 170.5 3rd 195 9th 80 7th 123 3rd 172 4th 166 6th 163 7th 113 10th 97 10th 48 11th 74 9th 88 5th 195 7th 118 7th 200 10th 49 7th 91.5 9th 137 6th 233 10th 145

Reg. Season Place W-L T-4th 5-4 T-2nd 7-2 T-3rd 6-3 T-3rd 6-3 T-4th 5-4 9th 1-8 T-8th 2-7 T-6th 3-6 5th 5-4 4th 5-4 3rd 7-2 3rd 7-2 3rd 7-2 3rd 7-2 5th 5-4 4th 6-3 6th 4-5 T-6th 4-5 7th 3-6 8th 1-8 6th 3-5 6th 3-5 T-5th 4-4 3rd 6-2

Year 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

Champ. Meet Place Pts. 8th 165 7th 190.5 8th 172 6th 216 7th 197 17th 79 11th 107.5 6th 217 4th 305 4th 338 4th 379 3rd 501 3rd 420.5 4th 379.5 5th 740.5 4th 843 5th 720 7th 500 6th 640.5 6th 659.5 8th 686 6th 770 6th 801.5 5th 869.5

Championship Meet Event Titlists 1952 3-M Dive

Owen Davies

1966 400 IM

1953 3-M Dive

Owen Davies

1970 200 Back

1959 100 Breast 1960 100 Breast 200 Breast 1963 1650 Free 1965 1650 Free 400 IM

Richard Taft

Richard Taft Charles Griffin

Gaylord Hopkins

Timothy Beard Timothy Beard

1971 200 Back 100 Fly 200 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 1973 50 Free 1977 400 F Rel

Timothy Beard

Richard Stringer

Richard Stringer David Pearl David Pearl Rexford Hand Rexford Hand

1978 100 Back 200 Back

Mark Heinrich Mark Heinrich

1979 100 Back

Mark Heinrich

1981 50 Free 100 Free

Joe Murphy Joe Murphy

1983 400 F Rel

Smith, Griffith, Etkins, Murphy

Rexford Hand

Fitzgerald, McElwee, Kernan, Stone

1991 50 Free

Tyson Lewis

1993 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Nate Smith Nate Smith

1994 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Nate Smith Nate Smith

1998 1-M Dive 1999 200 F Rel

1995 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Nate Smith Nate Smith 2001 50 Free

1996 100 Breast 200 Breast 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Ian Johnston Ian Johnston Nate Smith Nate Smith

2004 3-M Dive 400 F Rel

1997 100 Breast 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Brooks Hollan Bay Dobbins Bay Dobbins

2005 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Bay Dobbins

Glaser, Geary, Cline, Cornell

Clint Cornell

Kevin Teague Smutz, Boyd, Fenningham, White

Kevin Teague Kevin Teague

Career Championship Meet Event Titles Swimmers Name Timothy Beard Rexford Hand Mark Heinrich Joe Murphy Clint Cornell Ian Johnston

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Colonial Athletic Association History Championship Meet Results Women Year 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

Place 3rd 1st 1st 1st 4th

Points Swim Titles 5 587 745 5 817 3 760 1 495 0

Men

Relay Titles 2 2 3 4 0

Dive Titles 0 0 2 1 2

Total Titles 7 7 8 6 2

Place 1st 1st 2nd DNC DNC

Points Swim Titles 651 1 625.5 2 572 1 –– –– –– ––

Relay Titles 0 2 0 –– ––

Dive Titles 2 0 0 –– ––

Total Titles 3 4 1 –– ––

Championship Meet Event Titlists Women

400 M Rel

Debbie Williams Debbie Williams Dora Lockwood Dora Lockwood Debbie Williams Williams, Lockwood, Savage, Frueh Williams, Savage, Frueh, Pearson

1988 100 Back 200 Back 50 Free 1650 Free 200 IM 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

Debbie Williams Debbie Williams Debbie Williams Jennifer Rowe Beth Warnick Williams, Lockwood, Savage, Frueh Williams, Savage, Komer, Pearson

1989 100 Back 200 Back

Debbie Williams Debbie Williams

50 Free 1-M Dive 3-M Dive 200 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

Debbie Williams Stacia Johnson Stacia Johnson Williams, Savage, Frueh, Becker Williams, Lockwood, Savage, Becker Williams, Lockwood, Savage, Becker

1990 200 Fly 3-M Dive

Mary Beth Sines Stacia Johnson

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Name Mary Beth Sines Amy Schmidt Beth Warnick

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Stacia Johnson ‘92 was tabbed as the CAA Diver of the Meet in 1991. A few weeks later she would go on to win the NCAA Division II title on the three-meter springboard.

400 F Rel 200 M Rel 400 M Rel

1991 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Williams, Kinsella, Frueh, Hoeft Hoeft, Schmidt, Kinsella, Savage Williams, Lockwood, Savage, Hoeft Williams, Lockwood, Savage, Hoeft

Stacia Johnson Stacia Johnson

Men 1987 50 Free 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

Jeff Thompson Paul Feduchak Jason Michal

1988 100 Back 200 Fly 1-M Dive 3-M Dive

James Webster Tom Manning Jason Michal Rich Bomhold

1989 100 Free

Chris Smith

Championship Meet Award Winners

Career Championship Meet Event Titles Name Debbie Williams Heidi Savage Dora Lockwood Chris Frueh Kelly Hoeft Robbi Becker Kelly Kinsella Laura Pearson Anne Komer Jennifer Rowe

200 F Rel

Men – Swimmers Name Tom Manning Chris Smith Jeff Thompson James Webster

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Athlete of the Meet Women

Swimming Coach of the Meet Women

1987 1988

1988 1990

Debbie Williams Debbie Williams

Diver of the Meet Women 1991

Stacia Johnson

Dick Purdy Dick Purdy

Men 1987 1988

Lee Lawrence Lee Lawrence (co)

Debbie Williams was a two-time athlete-of-the-year award winner in the CAA who also earned NCAA All-America honors in each of her four years at Navy (1987-90).

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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Academic Honors CoSIDA Academic All-Americans

Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Men

Women

Men

Year Name (Team) 1996 Nathan Smith (1st) 1997 Britton Smith (3rd)

Year Name (Team) 1983 Cheryl Dolyniuk (2nd) 1988 Leanne Fielding (2nd) 2007 Kelly Zahalka (3rd) 2008 Kelly Zahalka (1st) 2009 Kelly Zahalka (1st)

Year 2004

Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the

2006

1998 Britton Smith (2nd) 2009 Nathan Durham (3rd) 2010 Alex Buck (1st)

2005

Year (All Sports) Women Year Name 2008 Kelly Zahalka

2007

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Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year (Swimming & Diving) Men

Women

2008

Year Name 2004 Noah White

Year 1993 2004 2007 2008 2009 2011

2009

Name Heather Davies (co) Allison Moon Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Kelly Zahalka Laura Gorinski

2010

CSCAA Scholar-All-Americans Men Year 2009 2009 2011 2011

Women Name (Team) James Lascara (HM) Mark Meyer (HM) Pete Donahue (HM) Luke Hoffer (HM)

Year 2007 2009 2010 2010 2011

Name (Team) Kelly Zahalka (HM) Tara Chapmon (1st) Tara Chapmon (1st) Laura Gorinski (HM) Laura Gorinski (HM)

2011

Women Name Jason Burkett, Jake Keefe, John Kennedy, Tim Leonardi, Joe Reardon, Tyler Smith, Noah White, Kevin Teague Andy Bockus, Tommy Brown, Danny Flemming, John Kennedy, Brad Penley, Joe Reardon, Greg Schmucker, Chris Speicher, Kevin Teague, Andrew Thorn Andy Bockus, Danny Flemming, David Guthmann, Chris Jenkins, John Kennedy, John Lyles, Adam Niekras, Christian Nielsen, Andrew Plumb, Greg Schmucker, Zach Templin, Andrew Thorn, Dan Warner Kyle Abner, Andy Bockus, Danny Flemming, David Guthmann, John Kennedy, James Lascara, John Lyles, Adam Niekras, Christian Nielsen, Andrew Plumb, Greg Schmucker, Kevin Teague, Joe Unruh, Matt Wood Kyle Abner, Nathan Durham, David Guthmann, Frank Komadina, James Lascara, Adam Meyer, Adam Niekras, Christian Nielsen, Joe Unruh, Dan Warner, Matt Wood Kyle Abner, Alex Buck, Adam Calloway, Nathan Durham, Matthew Harmon, James Lascara, Mark Meyer, Ryan Stumpf, Joe Unruh, Patrick Veltman, Billy Vey Mac Anthony, Sean Bagent, Ben Bondurant, Tanner Bosch, Alex Buck, Adam Calloway, Andrew Feeney, Joey Girani, Matthew Harmon, Erik Hunter, James Lascara, Drew Mays, Adam Meyer, Mark Meyer, Ryan Stumpf Aaron Aiken, Andrew Blazuk, Adam Calloway, Jesse Cohen, Pete Donahue, Bryan Gentz, Andrew Golankiewicz, Matthew Harmon, Luke Hoffer, Erik Hunter, Mark Meyer, Zach Motter, Olaf Olson, Jordan Spector, Ryan Stumpf, Brian Sweeney

Patriot League All-Academic Team

Year 1992 1993 1994

1995 1996

1997

1998 1999 2000 2001

2002

2003

2004 2005 2006 2007

(est. 2010-11) Men

2008

2011 Mac Anthony, Ben Bondurant, Mark Meyer 2009

Women 2011 Laura Gorinski

2010 2011

Britton Smith ‘98, a two-time Academic All-American, is the only swimmer in Army-Navy series history to have won the same two events at the meet in each of his four years.

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Name Heather Davies Heather Davies, Stephanie Henson Michelle Baumbich, Jennifer Campion, Shana Gritsavage, Elizabeth Scoonover, Carolyn Shull, Darcy Stuart, Renee Tanaka, Lynn Fodrea, Carolyn Shull, Bridget Stamp, Darcy Stuart, Renee Tanaka, Rebecca Zuwallack Jennifer Campion, Rebecca Cline, Heidi Fearon, Stacey Haynes, Amy Kellstrand, Jodi McGovney, Bridget Stamp, Renee Tanaka, Susanne Wienrich Lora Anderson, Erica Butler, Amy Kellstrand, Julia Mason, Susan McDowell, Becky Schwanbeck, Bridget Stamp, Susanne Wienrich Lora Anderson, Erica Butler, Julia Mason, Susan McDowell, Courtney Minetree Rebecca Baldwin, Julie Dunnigan, Jennifer Everson, Amy Jones, Katie Kennedy, Courtney Minetree Rebecca Baldwin, Julie Dunnigan, Amy Jones, Courtney Minetree, Molly Salness, Kristi Tjoa Megan Barnett, Julie Dunnigan, Erin Emery, Jennifer Everson, Sara Faibisoff, Amy Jones, Kim Montague, Allison Moon, Laura Reshetar, Kristi Tjoa, Alicia Washkevich Rebecca Baldwin, Megan Barnett, Samantha Bodley, Kate D’Epagier, Laurie Felker, Kim Montague, Allison Moon, Brenna Schnars Rebecca Baldwin, Megan Barnett, Kim Montague, Jessica Box, Allison Moon, Kate D’Epagnier, Sarah Mooney, Tori Throckmorton, Allison Went Lynne Hoppe, Allison Moon, Susan Richardson, Allison Went Jamie Call, Kate D’Epagnier, Julie Holland, Sarah Mooney, Sheila Singer, Tori Throckmorton Jamie Call, Darby Driscoll, Mary Hesler, Hollace Mulliken, Sheila Singer, Kelly Zahalka Allison Aichele, Jamie Call, Darby Driscoll, Kalea Middendorf, Lauren Milliron, Hollace Mulliken, Rachel Walker, Kelly Zahalka Allison Aichele, Natalie Albertson, Jamie Call, Tara Chapmon, Sarah Duffy, Katie Griffin, Kristin Lowd, Jennie Spencer, Kelly Zahalka Allison Aichele, Tara Chapmon, Sarah Duffy, Mary-Elyse Janowski, Sylvia Knap, Clare McKenna, Carmen Meier, Kalea Middendorf, Kelly Reightler, Jennie Spencer, Heather Waldorf, Allison Warwick, Kelly Zahalka Allison Aichele, Tara Chapmon, Katie Davidson, Laura Gorinski, Kalea Middendorf, Daphne Williams Natalie Albertson, Kellie Darmody, Katie Davidson, Laura Gorinski, Mary-Elyse Janowski, Katherine Jones, Danielle Reminger, Daphne Williams


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G NAAA Major Award Winners Each year during the Prizes and Awards presentation held during Commissioning Week, the Naval Academy Athletic Association announces the recipients of its major awards for that year. These awards are the highest form of recognition the NAAA can bestow upon a student-athlete. The list of past winners includes some of the most memorable and decorated Midshipmen in Navy athletic history. Following are the members of the swimming and diving programs who have garnered these prestigious awards over the years. NAAA Sword for Men (established in 1893) “Presented to the midshipman of the graduating class declared by the Association's Athletic Committee to have personally excelled in athletics during his years of varsity competition.”

Thompson Trophy Cup (established in 1980) “Presented to the midshipman, male or female, declared by the Association's Athletic Committee to have done the most during the year for the promotion of athletics at the Naval Academy.”

Year 1947 1992 1996 2010

Year 1983 1989 1992 2006

Name (Class) J.H. Carrington (‘48) Luis Nicolao (‘92) Nathan Smith (‘96) Adam Meyer (‘10)

Sport(s) Swimming, Football, Lacrosse Swimming, Water Polo Diving Swimming

Year 1980 1983 1990 1995 1996 1997 2010

Name (Class) Peggy Feldmann (‘80) Cheryl Dolyniuk (‘83) Deborah Williams (‘90) Carolyn Wisner (‘95) Heidi Fearon (‘96) Darcy Stuart (‘97) Tara Chapmon (‘10)

Sport(s) Swimming Swimming, Crew, Volleyball Swimming Swimming Swimming Diving Swimming

Sport(s) Swimming, Crew, Volleyball Swimming Diving Swimming

Coaches Calvert Award (established in 1973 for men; in 1990 for women) “Presented by the Naval Academy Athletic Association in honor of Vice Admiral James Calvert, Superintendent of the Naval Academy (1968-72), to the varsity letterman (men and women) of the graduating class selected by the varsity coaches as having persevered the most in their career.” Year 2004

Name (Class) Marshall Boyd (‘04)

Sport(s) Swimming

Year 1996 2010

Name (Class) Stacey Haynes (‘96) Thuy-Mi Dinh (‘10)

Sport(s) Swimming Swimming

Marshall Boyd (above) and Thuy-Mi Dinh (below) received the Coaches Calvert Award.

2010 Sword recipients Adam Meyer and Tara Chapmon.

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Vice Adm. Lawrence Sword for Women (established in 1980) “Presented to the woman of the graduating class declared by the Association's Athletic Committee to have personally excelled in athletics during her years of varsity competition.”

Name (Class) Cheryl Dolyniuk (‘83) Deborah Williams (‘90) Stacia Johnson (‘92) Joe Smutz (‘06)


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Former Navy Assistant Swimming Coaches In addition to turning out successful student-athletes and strong leaders of the Navy and Marine Corps over the years, the Navy swimming program also has produced a number of talented assistant coaches who have gone on to become successful head coaches in their own right. This list of head coaches who were once assistant coaches at Navy includes current Navy men’s head coach Bill Roberts and Navy women’s head coach John Morrison. Another former Navy assistant swim coach, John Havlik, augmented into the SEALs after his stint at the USNA and recently was promoted to Captain.

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Former Navy Swimming Assistant Coaches Beth Bower –– Georgetown head coach (retired) Ed Denny –– California (Pa.) head coach Tim Flannery –– Kutztown head coach Lee Lawrence –– Navy men’s head coach (retired) Pete Lindsay –– Miami (Ohio) men’s head coach Brian McLaughlin –– Montclair State head coach McGee Moody –– South Carolina head coach John Morrison –– Navy women’s head coach Bill Roberts –– Navy men’s head coach Dick Purdy –– Navy women’s head coach (retired) Bob Thompson –– Duke head coach (deceased) Chris Villa –– Indiana (Pa.) head coach

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Years Lettered '07, '08, '09 '83, '84 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '96 '86 (m) ‘14 '17 '02 '55, '56, '57 '52 '77 '48 (m) '73 '06 '93, '94, '95 '51, '52 '09, '10, ‘11 '03, '04 (m) '65, '66 '21, '22 '00 (m) '94 '38 '33 '70 '89, '90, '91, '92 '10, ‘11 '84 '67 '42, '43 '87, '88, '89, '90 '92, '93, '94 (m) '75, '76 '53, '54 '49, ‘50 '45, '46 '72, '73, '74 '40 (m) '91, '92 '69 '00, '01, '02, '03 '41 '21, '22 '64, '65, '66 '66 '84 '78, '79 '56, '57 '43, '44 '35 (m) '54, '55 '51, '52, '53 '40 '44 '90, '91, '92, '93 '58, '59, '60 '91, '92, '93 '09, '10, ‘11 '04, '05, '06, '07 '62 '58, '60 '20, '21, '22 '63 '84, '85, '88 '10, ‘11

Name Borden, Walter Bosch, Tanner Bosworth, Bruce Boughner, Robert Boyd Jr., John Boyd, Marshall Boykin, William Brastauskas, James Breece, James Brill, Roger Brown, Tommy Brown, William Browning, Miles Brownlow, James Bryan II, Dan Buchanan, John Buck, Alex Buck, Joe Burk, Raymond Burkett, Jason Burns, Brian Burns, Rob Burr, William Burroughs, John Butcher III, Cary Butner, John Caldwell, Edmund Calloway, Adam Calvert Jr., Jay Campbell, Conor Caraway Jr., Elisha Carnes, James Carr, Thatcher Carrington, James Carty, John Casey, Chris Cassidy, Earl Cecil, Robert Center, Edmund Ceres, Robert Cervarich, Matt Chapman, Michael Chapman, Thomas Chapple, Michael Chauvin, Andrew Cheney, Stephen Cherry, Richard Chesky, James Choate, Casey Clark Jr., Stanley Clarke IV, Joseph Clifford Jr., William Clift, Giles Cline, Brett Clough, Geoffrey Clyborne, Rich Cohen, Jesse Collins, Michael Conger, James Conley, Art Connellan Jr., Thomas Cook, Seabury Cooke, Henry Cooper, Bryan Cornell, Clint

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Class 1916 2012 1991 1955 1953 2004 1938 1980 1961 1987 2007 1944 1918 1955 1990 1964 2011 1994 1944 2004 1997 1979 1954 2000 1994 1946 1917 2011 1996 2014 1955 1937 2004 1948 1974 1975 1937 1956 1914 1959 1992 1966 1974 1958 2002 1971 1963 1952 1993 1979 1966 1948 1935 2002 1964 1982 2011 1964 1942 1986 1946 1917 1943 1995 2001

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Years Lettered '15, '16 '10 '88, '89 '53, '54 '51, '52, '53 '01, '02, '03, '04 '38 '80 (m) '61 (m) '84 '04, '05 '42 '16, '17 '55 (m) '87, '88, '89 '62, '63 '09, '10 '93 (m) '43 (m) '02, '03, '04 '94 '78, '79 '51, '52, '53 '97, '98, '99 '92 '44, '45 '15, '17 '09, '10, ‘11 '93, '94, '95, '96 ‘11 '54, '55 '35, '37 '01, '02 '45, '46, '47 '74 (m) '72 '37 (m) '55, '56 '11 '57, '58, '59 '89, '90, '91 '64, '65, '66 '72 '56, '57, '58 '02 '69, '70 '61 '51, '52 (m) '90 '78 (m) '64, '65, '66 '46, '47 '35 '99, '00, '02 '64 (m) '79, '80, '82 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '62, '63, '64 '40, '41 '83 '45 (m) '14, '15, '17 '42 '92 '98, '99, '00, '01

Name Corrigan, George Corse, John Cowell, Robert Craighill, John Crawford, Brian Creamer, Paul Creevy, Larry Crosby, James Cummings, George Curley, Kevin Curran, Jack Curtis, Jonathan Curtis, Ronald Czerwonky, Arthur Daisley, Gordon Daniels, Marshall Dashiell, Robert Davidson, Phil Davies, Owen Davis, Bill Davis Jr., Nathaniel Davis, Phil Davis Jr., William Davison, Hugh De Vane Jr., John Deleonibus, Steve Demell, Brian DeMonsi, Kristian Denney, David Denton III, Robert Deppe, James Deppe, Tom Dickins, Justin Diget, Donald Dobbins, Bay Dobbs, Charles Donahue, Peter Donahue, Robert Donlon Jr., Thomas Drake, Robert Driskell, David Duffie, David Dukleth, Steve Dull, William Dunker, Matthew Dunlop, Malcolm Duppenthaler, Robert Dupre, Wren Durham, Nathan Dwight III, Charles Dyer, John Eastman, Guy Eckstrom, Rusty Edleson, LeRoy Ehrhardt III, Robert Eichelberger, Robert Elmer, Robert Elnitsky II, John Emery, Sean Emory, Campbell Englander, Felix Ericson, Glen Etkins, Robert Evans Jr., M. Strohn Eyler, Emil

Class 1974 1947 1947 1967 2000 1974 1984 1948 1949 1976 2010 1998 1959 1965 1923 2012 1917 1982 1953 1953 1933 2003 1924 2014 1937 2008 2005 1998 1966 1993 1974 1980 1921 1962 1999 1945 2011 1977 1968 1961 1963 1975 2012 2001 1998 1925 1957 2010 2009 1949 1925 1968 1977 1943 1979 1975 1912 1980 2004 1921 1940 1977 1985 1964 1948

Years Lettered '72, '73, '74 '44, '45 '44, '45, '46 '67 '00 (m) '73, '74 '81, '82, '84 '45, '46 '47 '76 (m) '07, '08, '09, '10 '96, '98 (m) ‘59 (m) '63, '64 '22 '10 14, '15, '16, '17 '79 '51, '52, '53 '53 '33 '00, '01 '22 ‘11 '36, '37 '05 '02, '03, '04, '05 '95, '96, '97, '98 '65, '66 '90, '91, '92, '93 '72 '79, '80 '18 '60, '61, '62 '96, '97, '98 '43, '44 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '74 '66, '67 '60 '62 72, '73, '74, '75 '10, ‘11 '01 (m) '97 '24 '57 '07, '08 '08, '09 '46, '47 '21 '66, '68 '74, '75, '76, '77 '41, '42 '77 '73 '11 '80 '01, '02, '04 '20, '21 '40 '76, '77 '82, '83, '84, '85 '62 '45

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Name Abner, Kyle Aguilar, Len Aiken, Aiken Allen, Brent Allen, Chris Allen, Jay Allen, James Almlof, Joe Anderson, Anders Anderson, Jerry Anderson, Mark Anderson, Roy Anderson, Scott Andres, Josh Andrew, Jeremy Andrews, Frederick Anthony, Mac Antoniono, James Arey, Sheldon Arison, Rae Armstrong, John Arrowood, Jason Arthur Jr., Charles Ashworth, Frederick Baas, Daniel Baell, Brad Bagent, Sean Bahn, Chris Bailey, Roger Bailey, Robert Ball Jr., Jim Ball, Robert Baltera Jr., Raymond Banfield III, Thomas Banta, William Barker, Robert Barrett, James Barron, John Bassett, David Batten Jr., Hugh Battista, Jimmy Beale Jr., William Bearce, Herbert Beard, Timothy Beck, Robert Beil, Brad Benner, Jeff Beron, Edward Berry, Fred Bierman, Charles Binish, Robert Bird, Neale Blackman, Alvin Blair, Carvel Blalock, Brian Blanke, Warren Blanton, James Blazuk, Andrew Bockus, Andy Boder, Robert Bolden, David Bolling, George Bolton, Richard Bomhold Jr., Richard Bondurant, Benjamin


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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Name Facer Jr., Thomas Fahey, Jim Fallon Jr., John Feduchak, Paul Feeney, Andrew Fehring, Peter Fenningham, Terrence Ferguson, Thomas Fernandez, Robert Fischer, Joe Fish, Howell Fisher, Harold Fitzgerald, Mike Fleischman Jr., Dave Flemming, Danny Flood, T. Patrick Floyd, Dan Folkers, Max Folsom, Dave Ford, Albert Forster, Otto Foschi, Christian Fowler, Marc Francis, Dean Freedman, Ben Fricker, Kurt Friederich, Bruce Frier, John Fries, William Frost, Daniel Fuqua, Christopher Fuson, William Galinski, Jon Galipeau, John Gallagher Jr. Vincent Gallaudet, Tim Ganze, Robert Garwood Jr., Jack Gavett, Wallace Geary, Brad Gentz, Bryan Gentz, Richard Getzler, Ian Gibson, Edward Gildea, Dan Gillcrist Jr., John Gingras, Peter Glaser, Brian Gleason, George Glynn III, John Goggins, William Golankiewicz, Andrew Gollner, Joseph Gomperts Jr., George Gon, Casey Goulburn Jr., Franklin Grace, Edward Graessle, Sam Graham Jr., Clive Graham, William Graulich, David Gray, Charles Grayson, Anthony Grechanik, Walter Green, James Green Jr., Roy Greenwood, Al Greenwood, Dan

Class 1979 1983 1948 1990 2013 2000 2004 1967 1984 1988 1924 1942 1980 1976 2007 1958 2002 1991 1987 1944 1912 2006 1997 1919 2014 1993 1957 1921 1965 1990 1996 1982 2009 1991 1922 1989 1975 1980 1972 2000 2011 1957 2006 1939 1980 1970 1962 2000 1951 1945 1920 2014 1949 1949 2003 1949 1939 2009 1971 1945 1991 1955 1996 1948 1945 1938 1988 1992

Years Lettered '79 '80, '82 '45, '47 '87, '88, '89, '90 '10, ‘11 '97, '98, '99, '00 '01, '02, '03, '04 '65, '66, '67 '81, '82 '85 '20, '21, '22 '40, '41 '77, '78, '79, '80 '73 '04, '05, '06, '07 '56, '57, '58 '99, '00, '01, '02 '88 '84, '85, '86, '87 '42 '11 '03, '04, '05, '06 '94, '95, '96, '97 '18 ‘11 '91, '92 '56, '57 '21 '63, '64, '65 '88, '89, '90 (m) '94, '95 '82 '06, '07, '08, '09 '88 ‘20, '21 '86, '87, '88, '89 '73 '78 '70, '71, '72 '97, '98, '99, '00 '08, '10, ‘11 '56 '03, '04, '05, '06 '38, '39 '78, '79 '68 '60, '61, '62 '97, '98, '99, '00 '50 '44 '18 ‘11 '49 (m) '46 '00, '01, '02, '03 '47, '48, '49 '39 '06 '71 (m) '44 '88, '89, '90, '91 52, '53, '54, '55 '96 (m) '46, '47 '43, '44 '36, '37, '38 '85, '86, '87, '88 '91, '92

Kevin Mukri ‘07 graduated from Navy holding school records in both backstroke events for both yards and meters courses. Name Greer Jr., Marshall Grider, George Griffin Jr., C. Donald Griffith, Andy Griffiths, Cuthbert Grimm, Mike Gross, Albert Grove, Ben Grove, Conrad Gsell, Andrew Gunkelman III, Ralph Guthmann, David Guthrie Jr., Wallace Hackman Jr., Earl Haddock Jr., Leander Haight, Stanley Hale, Art Hallett, Oliver Hamel Jr., James Hand, Rexford Harmon, Matthew Harris, Wilson Harris, John Harrison, Bradley Hartman, Andrew Harvey, Bill Haslach, Tim Healy, Paul Heil, Fran Heil, Joe Heinrich, Mark Heiny Jr., Mike Helms, J.J. Henry, Keith Heringer, John Herndon, Linton Herr, David Heselton III, Leslie Hessler, Charley Hetzel, Charles Hetzner, Andrew Higgins, Everett

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Class 1958 1936 1962 1983 1919 1982 1944 2014 1918 2012 1970 2009 1961 1943 1940 1918 1986 1947 1986 1973 2011 1963 1974 2002 2000 1998 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 2003 2011 1991 1970 1916 1973 1965 2011 2012 2010 1949

86 #

Years Lettered '56, '57, '58 '35, '36 '60, '61, '62 '81, '82, '83 '18 '79, '80 '42, '43 ‘11 '14, '17 '10 '68, '69, '70 '06, '07, '08 '59, '60, '61 '42 (m) '39 '16, '17 '84, '85, '86 '44, '45, '46 '83, '84, '86 '71, '72, '73 '09, '10, ‘11 '62, '63 '73, '74 '99, '00, '02 '97, '98, '99 '95 '80 '79, '80, '81 '79 '78, '79, '80 '76, '77, '78, '79 '00, '01 '08 '91 (m) '68 '14, '15, '16 '71, '72 '63, '64, '65 '08, '09 ‘09, '10, ‘11 '07, '08, '09, '10 '47, '48, '49

Name Hile, Mike Hill, Tyler Hill, Elmer Hill, Scott Hinchey, John Hine, Adam Hiscock, Bill Hobert, Chris Hoff, Brad Hoffer, Lucas Hoffman, Edmund Hoge Jr., Kenneth Hogg Jr., Andrew Hogue, Harvey Holdridge, Jason Holihan, Robert Hollan, Brooks Hollenback, Robert Holt Jr., William Hopkins III, Gaylord Hopkins, Terry Hoppe III, Henry Hopson, Glen Hubbard, Claude Hull, Arthur Hundevadt, Raymond Hunter, David Hunter, Erik Hurst, Jonathan Hutchins, Albert Hyde, Jere Hyland, William Ingold, Zach Ivers, John Jackson, Riley Jacques, John Jaegers, Allan Jahncke Jr., Ernest James, Matt Janowicz, Chris Jenkins, Christopher Jenkins, Peter Johns, Eric Johnson, Boyd Johnson, Charles Johnson Jr., Robert Johnson, Theodore Johnston, Garth Johnston, Ian Jones, Gordon Jones, Hayden Jones, William Joy Jr., Charles Juhl, Brad Jung, David Jungels, Matt Jurliewicz, Spencer Kanakanui, William Kanakanui Jr., William Kane, John Kaniut, Eric Kaplan, Chris Kaplan, Chris Kaufman, Wes Keefe, Jake Kelley III, Frank Kemball-Cook, Matt Kemp, William

Class 1984 2008 1919 1977 1942 2007 1988 2003 1999 2014 1936 1950 1966 1950 1999 1967 1998 1926 1939 1963 1977 1949 1990 1981 1948 1940 1965 2011 1995 1970 1924 1935 2014 1949 1922 1941 1984 1933 2004 2011 2008 1990 1975 1951 1969 1966 1925 1998 1996 1970 2014 1941 1947 1994 1984 2002 2011 1924 1948 1968 1983 2000 1998 1988 2005 1946 1993 1970

Years Lettered '81, '82, '83, '84 '05, '06, '07, '08 '19 '75, '76, '77 '40, '41 '06, '07 (m) '86, '87 '00 '96, '97, '98, '99 ‘11 '36 (m) '49 '64, '65, '66 '47, '48, '49, ‘50 '96, '97 '65, '66, '67 '96, '97, '98 '24 '38, '39 '61, '62, '63 '74 '47, '48 '88 '78 '45, '46 '40 '63, '64, '65 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '92, '93, '94, '95 '70 (m) '20 '33, '34, '35 ‘11 46, '47, '48, '49 '20 '39, '40 '81 '33 '01, '02, '03, '04 '09 '05, '06, '07, '08 '88 '75 (m) '49, '50, '51 '67, '69 '64, '65 '24 '97 (m) '93, '94, '95, '96 '69 ‘11 '40 '46 '91, '92, '93, '94 '84 (m) '99 ‘11 (m) '21, '22, '24 '45, '46, '47 '66, '67, '68 '83 (m) '97 '95 '85, '86 '02, '03, '04, '05 '44, '45 '90, '91, '92, '93 '68, '70


N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Class 2007 2000 1961 1940 1938 1977 1974 1950 2003 1989 1992 1961 1943 2010 1995 1986 2002 1996 1997 1961 1944 2002 1939 1979 2008 1946 1921 1992 1972 1957 1987 1982 2010 1984 1962 1949 2000 1944 1999 2004 1993 1996 1981 2002 1991 2012 1979 1976 2006 2001 2007 1948 1998 1999 1959 2001 1915 2008 1963 2008 1946 1993 1975 1955 1933 1957 1945 1923

Years Lettered '04, '05, '06, '07 '97, '98, '99, '00 '59, '60 '38 '36, '37, '38 '74, '75, '76, '77 '72, '73, '74 '49 '00 '88 '89, '91 '59, '60 '42 '08, '09, '10 '92, '93, '94, '95 '83, '84, '85, '86 '99, '00, '01 '93, '94, '95, '96 '94, '95, '97 '59, '60, '61 '42, '43 '00, '01, '02 '39 (m) '79 '05, '06, '07, '08 '44 '20 '92 (m) '70, '71 '56, '57 '86 '80 '07, '08, '09, '10 '81, '82, '84 '60 '46, '47, '48 '97, '98 '43 '96 '02, '03, '04 '90, '91, '92, '93 '93 '78, '79, '80 '02 (m) '88 '10, ‘11 '76, '77 '74 '03, '04, '05, '06 '98, '99, '00, '01 '04 '47 (m) '95, '96, '97, '98 '96, '97, '98, '99 '58 '99 '14, '15 '05, '06, '07, '08 '61 '06, '07 '44 '91 '73 '52 '33 (m) '57 (m) '43, '44 '22

Name Manning, David Manning, Tom Maricle, Tim Marinovich, John Marshall, James Marshall, Preston Martin Jr., John Martin Jr., Sam Martinette, Sam Mason, Ned Maxfield IV, Tex Maxwell, Philip Mayer, Donald Mayo II, Henry Mayo, Wil Mays, Drew McAfee Jr., Frank McCallum Jr., Elmer McCampbell, David McCandless, Wilson McCarter, Craig McCartney, Michael McCloskey, Matt McCooey, Herbert McCook, Kevin McCool, Wayne McCormick, Bill McDaniel Jr., Leland McElwee Jr., Tom McEntee Jr., Girard McEvoy, Roger McGaffin Jr., Curtiss McIntosh, James McLaughlin, Stephen McMillan, John McPherson, Jeff Meador, Keith Metropoulos, Dean Meyer, Adam Meyer, Mark Michal, Jason Michalke, Douglas Michel, John Mihalko, Preston Milbrath, Robert Miller, Ross Milligan, Jan Mize, Harlie Mizelle, Danny Moe, Nelson Moeller Jr., Robert Molina, Ari Moody, Ben Moore, Thomas Morris, M. Douglas Morrison, Joseph Moss, Richard Mott, Brockenbrough Mukri, Kevin Muller Jr., Donnie Murphy, Joe Murphy, Sean Nay Jr., Jerry Naylor, Craig Nelson, Robert Nettling, Henry Neubauer, Ken Neville, William

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Class 1945 1988 1989 1997 1962 1915 1957 1951 2011 1999 1989 1953 1947 1945 2014 2012 1971 1948 1933 1922 1988 1990 1982 1923 1966 1993 1986 1941 1978 1935 1974 1958 1924 1972 1958 1994 1996 1996 2010 2012 1989 1975 1939 2009 1934 1948 1971 1946 2008 1981 1969 2009 1982 1985 1966 1949 1924 1946 2007 2002 1983 2014 1955 1991 1968 1972 1980 1959

87 #

Years Lettered '43, '44 '85, '86, '87, '88 '87 '94, '95, '96, '97 '62 (m) '14 '55, '56, '57 '50, '51 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '96 '87, '88 '53 (m) '46 '44 ‘11 '10, ‘11 '70, '71 '45 '33 '20, '21 '87 '88 '80, '81, '82 '21 '66 (m) '91, '92, '93 '83, '84, '85, '86 '41 (m) '75, '76, '77, '78 '34, '35 '72, '73 '56, '57 '21 '70, '71 '57 '91 '93 '93, '94, '96 '07, '08, '09, '10 '09, 10, ‘11 '86, '87, '88 72, '73, '74, '75 '38, '39 '06, '07, '08, '09 '33, '34 '45, '46, '47 '69 '43, '44, '45 '05, '06, '07, '08 '80, '81 '69 (m) '06, '07, '08, '09 '81 '83, '84, '85 '64, '65, '66 '47, '48, '49 '21 '43, '44, '45 '04, '05, '06, '07 '99, '00, '02 '80, '81, '82, '83 ‘11 '53, '54, '55 '88, '90 '66, '67, '68 '70 '77, '79 '57, '58

Name Newell, Thomas Newman, William Nguyen, Bao Nicholas, Ben Nickerson, Guy Nicolao, Luis Niekras, Adam Nielsen, Christian Norfleet III, A. Curtis Norris Jr., Charles Norton, William O'Beirne Jr., Frank O'Brien, Ward O'Callaghan, Brian O'Driscoll Jr., Mike O'Loughlin, Michael O'Neill, Gordon Ogier Jr., Herbert Ogle, Walter Ojard, John Okland, Doug Oldenkamp, Alex Oldham, Richard Oliver, Beau Olivier, Nick Olson, Olaf Onorati, Anthony Ornee, Chris Ortland III, Henry Ortland, Warren Oslovar, George Oviedo, Joel Pace, Jason Papa, Michael Parish, Charles Park, Bill Parker, Jon Parker, Robert Parlier, Charles Patterson III, George Pavelle Jr., John Pearl, David Pechnick, Kirt Peltier Jr., Eugene Penley, Brad Pestorius, Mike Peters, Edward Petersen, Richard Peugnet, William Pheris IV, William Philips, John Phillips III, John Platt, Stephen Plichta, Joseph Plumb, Andrew Poirier, William Pollard, David Porter, Michael Post, Charles Powrie, Stuart Principato, D.J. Putrino, Robert Quinby, Charles Quinn, Daniel Rachor Jr., Robert Rait, John Randall, David Rank, Jon

Class 1964 1961 2001 2012 1962 1992 2008 2008 1961 1938 2012 1958 1960 1977 1994 1976 1976 1945 1965 2013 1987 2009 1961 2001 1992 2011 1984 1997 1946 1948 1978 2009 2000 2005 1964 1985 2002 2013 1970 1950 1947 1971 1992 1958 2007 1990 1953 1993 1925 1958 1992 1992 1996 1935 2007 1969 1996 1960 1919 1970 2014 2010 1921 2013 1969 1940 1940 2003

Years Lettered '62, '63, '64 '59, '60, '61 '99, '01 '09, '10 '60 '89 '05, '06, '07, '08 '06, '07, '08 '59, '60, '61 '36, '37, '38 '09, '10, ‘11 '56, '57, '58 '58, '59, '60 '74, '77 '93 (m) '73, '74 '73, '74, '75, '76 '43 '64, '65 '10, ‘11 '84 '06, '07, '08, '09 '59, '60, '61 '98, '99, '00, '01 '90, '92 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '82 '94, '95, '96, '97 '43, '44, '45 '45, '46, '47 '75, '78 '06 '97, '98, '99 '05 (m) '64 '85 (m) '99 '10, ‘11 '68, '69, '70 '50 '45 '69, '70, '71 '89 '56, '57, '58 '05, '06 '87, '88, '89, '90 '52, '53 '92 '22 (m) '56, '57 '92 '89, '90 '93, '94, '95, '96 '33, '34, '35 '04, '06, '07 '67, '68, '69 '95 '58, '59, '60 15, '16, '17, '18 '68, '69, '70 ‘11 '10 '20, '21 ‘11 '67, '68, '69 '39, '40 '38 '00, '01, '02, '03

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Name Kennedy, John Kennedy, Leif Keolanui, Gus Keough, John Kercheval, Robert Kernan, Joe Kernan, Robert Kibbey II, Joseph Kim, Peter Kirol, Keith Kish, Scott Kleban, Arnold Knapp, William Komadina Jr., Frank Koprowski, Neil Kough, Lawrence Krahe, David Kress III, Paul Krier, Judd Kroner Jr., F. Robert Kroth, Richard Kulczycki, Garrett Kuntz, William Kuong, Allan Kysiak, Kevin Lademan, Dixon Lamdin, Charles Landherr, John Landrum, Stephen Lanman, George Lara, James Larsen, Hans Lascara, James Lawrence, Rick Leach Jr., Thomas Lechner, Thomas LeClerc, Nicolas Lemlein, Alan Lentz, Toby Leonardi, Tim Lewis, Tyson Lichtenstein, Bryan Lindenbaum, Eric Lindler, James Lindsay, Fred Linn, Kenneth Linn, Larry Linn, Marcus Linn, Mike Litchfield, Brian Lobaugh, Kurt Lochner, Raymond Loftin IV, John Logan, Peter Long Jr., Thomas Louy, Stephen Low, Francis Lowhorn, Mike Lueth, Charles Lyles, John Lyon, James MacArthur, Michael MacKenzie Jr., James MacKinnon III, Malcolm Magnell, Alfred Mahoney Jr., Charles Manherz, Jack Manley, William


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N AV Y S W I M M I N G & D I V I N G Name Rauscher, William Rawn, Adrian Ray, Tim Reardon, Joe Reardon, John Reckamp, Doug Recko, Aaron Reeb, Cody Reedy, Ronald Regan, James Regan, John Reinhardt Jr., William Reynolds Jr., Charles Rhind, Eric Rice, Douglas Richards, Frederick Richter, Ben Rickabaugh, John Ridderhof, David Rindahl, Gilbert Rinker, Ronald Roach IV, James Robertson, Charles Robie, William Robinson, Hoard Robison Jr., Charles Rockey, William Roenigk, John Rogers, Robert Rohm, Bill Rollings Jr., Sumner Roper, Arthur Rose Jr., Bowen Rose, Sidney Ross, Steve Roth, Larry Rothenbach, William Rowe Jr., Frank Ruehring, Mike Ruhe, William Rule Jr., Arthur Russ, Carl Rutherford, Steve Saber, Gerald Saenz, Anthony Sampson, Willard Schaeffer, Kevin Schaeffer Jr., Valentine Schiffelbein, Jonathan Schlemmer II, Frederick Schmucker, Greg Schneck, Charles Scholl, Jon Schwartz, Ashly Scott, Norman Scudder, Ronald Seay, Matt Sedgley, Ronald Sellar, Charles Selmer, John Selmer, Robert Sexton, Neil Shanaghan, John Shangle, Eric Shears, Karl Sheppard, Brian Shoesmith Jr., Leroy Simoes, Geramiah

Class 1986 2003 2002 2005 1954 1990 2008 2010 1969 1959 1962 1941 1949 1994 1973 1915 1978 1942 1950 1953 1964 1996 1964 1942 1940 1943 1950 1934 1957 1986 2003 1963 1971 1944 1979 1997 1995 1922 1990 1939 1926 1958 1990 1963 1991 1940 2004 1949 2001 1965 2007 1924 1984 1997 1911 1973 1994 1969 1950 1967 1943 1995 1954 1997 1914 1983 2000 2014

Years Lettered '84, '85 '01, '02 '99, '00, '01 '02, '03, '04, '05 '52, '54 '87, '88, '90 '06, '07 '07 '68 '57, '58, '59 '61, '62 '40, '41 '46 '93 '71 '14, '15 '78 (m) '40, '41 '47, '48 '51, '52, '53 '62 '95 (m) '62, '63 '41 '38 '41, '42 '47, '48 '34 (m) '55, '56, '57 '83, '84, '85, '86 '00, '01, '02, '03 '62, '63 '69, '70, '71 ‘44 (m) '76, '77, '78, '79 '94 '93, '94 '21, '22 '87, '88, '89 '37 '24 '58 '87, '88, '89, '90 '63 (m) '91 '39, '40 '02, '03 '49 '98, '99, '00, '01 '65 (m) '05, '06, '07 '21, '22, '24 '81, '82 '94 '11 '73 '91, '92, '93 '68 '49 '65, '66, '67 '41, '42 '92, '93, '94, '95 '54 '94, '95, '96, '97 '14 '80, '81 '99, '00 ‘11

Name Simonton, Richard Sincavich, John Sinclair, George Size, Alvin Slack, Paul Sloan, Andrew Smack, Mike Smarjesse, Vince Smith, Matt Smith, Britton Smith, Chris Smith, Chris Smith, Charles Smith, Gary Smith, Nate Smith, Phillip Smith, Tyler Smutz, Joe Snyder, Brad Sowell, Robert Speaker, Edwin Speicher, Chris Springer, Cory Stark, Joseph Starke, Patrick Staten, Rob Stearns, Sherman Stefanski, Chris Stevens, John Stockdale, John Stone, Rich Streight, David Stringer, Richard Stumpf, Ryan Sutherlin, T.J. Swanson, Michael Sweeney Jr., Brian Taft Jr., R. Patterson Tagland, Arthur Tarbuck, Richard Teague, Kevin Teeple, William Templin, Zach Thatcher, Matthew Thomas, Francis Thompson, Andy Thompson, Jeff Thompson, Marion Thompson Jr., Raymond Thomson, Neil Thoresen, Steve Thorn, Andrew Throne, William Tiemann Jr., Wilbur Tilghman, Rich Tollefson, Charles Torgesen, Tedd Toriello, Anthony Torrey Jr., Philip Tortorich, John Towler Jr., Thomas Trenor, Mark Trocchio, Clinton Trop, Byron Trotter, Gage Tufvesson, Seth Tuzo, Lamar Tysinger, Russell

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Class 1924 1943 1924 1954 1955 1967 1982 1981 1998 1998 1989 1985 1947 1972 1996 1956 2004 2006 2006 1978 1950 2005 1985 2013 1996 1988 1938 1999 1935 1969 1977 1990 1972 2011 1986 1969 2014 1961 1942 1956 2007 1962 2008 2001 1943 2007 1987 1921 1933 1947 1983 2008 1978 1946 1985 1951 2010 1999 1934 2012 1982 1976 1997 1980 2014 2004 1952 1986

88 #

Years Lettered '22 '42 '21, '22, '24 '54 (m) '53, '54, '55 '67 (m) '80, '81, '82 '79, '80, '81 '95, '96, '97 '95, '96, '97, '98 '86, '87, '88, '89 '82, '83, '84 '46 (m) '70, '71, '72 '93, '94, '95, '96 '56 '01, '02, '04 '04, '05, '06 '03, '04, '05, '06 '75 '50 (m) '02, '03, '04, '05 '83 '10, ‘11 '93, '94, '95, '96 '87, '88 '38 (m) '99 (m) '33, '34, '35 '68 '74, '75, '76, '77 '87, '88 '70, '71, '72 '09, ‘11 '83 '67, '68 ‘11 '59, '60, '61 '40, '41 '56 (m) '04, '05, '06, '07 '60, '61, '62 '05, '06, '08 '98 '42 '04 '84, '85, '86, '87 '20 '33 '44, '45, '46 '80, '81, '82, '83 '05, '06 '75, '77, '78 '44, '45 '82 '50 '08 '96, '97, '98, '99 '33, '34 '10 '81, '82 (m) '73, '74 '96 '77, '78, '79 ‘11 '02, '04 (m) '51 '83

Name Ulmer, Charles Ulrich, Wyatt Unruh, Joe Utama, Andrew Vagts, Justin Vail, David Vail, Louis Vanderkloot, Elroy Vandersluis, Jan Veltman, Patrick Vermaire, Peter Vey III, Billy Volk, Chris Vytlacil, Nicholas Wager, Hubert Wain, Bruce Wanier, Blake Ward, Ryan Warner, Dan Warner, David Warner, Melvin Warren, Drew Washington, Charlos Waterman, Larry Weber, Aaron Webster III, Edward Webster, James Weiner, Dan Welch, John Wells, Josh Wells, Maxwell Westin, Howard White, Noah White, Sam Whitfield, Damon Whiting, Francis Whitmer Jr., Duane Whitmore, Phil Whitney, Doug Wier III, Joel Wileman, Robin Wiley, Gordon Wilson Jr., Vaughn Wilson, Walter Wimmer, Robert Windust, Phillip Winkjer, Guy Winter, Eric Wood, Matt Worthington, George Woughter, John Wright Jr., Carroll Wright, Charles Wright, James Wyckoff, Peter Yasky Jr., Rick Zimmer, Emory Zinkand, Thomas (m) = lettered as a manager

Class 1961 1993 2009 2010 2013 1977 1916 1913 1953 2011 1963 2009 1994 1917 1941 1985 2007 2011 2009 1944 1941 2005 1994 1960 1992 1968 1989 1978 1972 2003 1922 1935 2004 1996 1989 1912 2000 1994 1991 1966 1985 1942 1953 1943 1982 1994 1923 1993 2008 1961 1987 1911 1964 1958 1926 1978 1957 1967

Years Lettered '61 '91, '92, '93 '06, '07, '08, '09 '07, '08, '09, '10 '10, ‘11 '74, '75 '14, '15, '16 '11 '51, '52, '53 '08, '09, '10 '61, '62, '63 '06, '07, '08, '09 '91 '15, '16, '17 '39, '40, '41 '82, '83 '07 (m) '08, '09, '10 '06, '07, '08, '09 '42, '43 '40 '02, '03 '94 '60 (m) '89, '90 '68 (m) '87, '88, '89 '76 '72 (m) '00, '01, '03 '22 '35 '02, '03, '04 '93 '86, '87 '11 '97, '98, '99, '00 '91 '88 '64, '65, '66 '82, '83 '40, '41 '52 '42 '80, '81, '82 '91 '20, '21, '22 '90, '91, '92, '93 '06, '07, '08 '59, '60, '61 '87 (m) '11 '62, '63, '64 '58 (m) '24 '75 '56, '57 '65, '66, '67


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Years Lettered ‘11 ‘02, '03, '04, '05 '95 '08 '07, '08, '09, '10 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '98 '93, '94, '95 ‘96, '97, '98, '99 '80 '94, '95 ‘11 '06 '95, '96 ‘99, '00, '02, '03 ‘99, '00, '01, '02 ‘00, '01, '02, '03 '79 '92 '93, '94, '95 '89 '08, '09, '10, ‘11 '93, '94 '89, '90 '88, '89, '91 '00, '01, '02 '83 ‘01, '02, '03, '04 '85 '91, '92 '02 '97, '98 '04 ‘05, '06, '07, '08 ‘93, '94, '95, '96 '10, ‘11 '79 '83, '84, '85 '99 '03, '04, '06 '07, '08, '09, '10 '91 '95, '96 '96 ‘79, '80, '81, '82 '98, '99 ‘11 ‘00, '01, '02, '03 '94 '02, '03, '05 '79, '80, '81 ‘11 '10, ‘11 '10, ‘11 ‘90, '91, '92, '93 '98 (m) '02, '03, '05 '99, '00 '95 '05, '06, '07 '07, '09 '87 '07, '08, '09, '10 ‘80, '81, '82, '83 '07, '08

Name Driscoll, Darby Duffy, Sarah Duffy, Sheila Dunnigan, Julie Edelkind, Eli Eliassen, Sharon Elliott, Kelly Emery, Erin Everson, Jennifer Fearon, Heidii Feher, Susan Feldmann, Peggy Felker, Laurie Fielding, Leanne Fodrea, Lynn Ford, Maureen Forsythe, Jill Freshwater, Sarah Fries, Carey Fritz, Kristin Frueh, Chris Gibson, Stacie Gillan, Kristen Glab, Nicole Gomez, Martina Good, Katy Goodman, Pam Gordon, Alayne Gordon, Rebecca Gorinski, Laura Grabowski, Gina Graf, Holly Grammer, Laurie Gray, Rachel Griffin, Katie Gritsavage, Shana Groves, Anne Gunn, Elaine Gussen, Christine

Class 2009 2011 1982 2002 2007 1996 1991 2001 2002 1996 1999 1980 2004 1988 1998 1985 1981 2012 2014 1992 1990 1999 2005 2012 1998 1997 2005 1993 2004 2013 2014 1985 1984 2008 2008 1997 1986 1996 1999

Years Lettered '06, '07 '08, '09 '79, '80 ‘99, '00, '01, '02 '06, '07 (m) '93 '88 ‘98, '99, '00, '01 '99, '00, '01 ‘93, '94, '95, '96 '99 ‘77, '78, '79, '80 '02 ‘85, '86, '87, '88 '95, '98 ‘82, '83, '84, '85 '81 (m) '09, '10 ‘11 '89 ‘87, '88, '89, '90 '96, '97 '05 '09 '96 '94, '95 '02 '90 '01 '10, ‘11 ‘11 '82, '83 '81, '83, '84 ‘05, '06, '07, '08 ‘05, '06, '07, '08 '94, '95 ‘83, '84, '85, '86 '93 ‘96, '97, '98, '99

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Class 2005 1992 2001 1995 2002 1996 1987 2010 1990 2002 1994 2009 2007 1994 1992 1993 2007 2005 1989 2008 2009 1998 1995 1982 1987 2006 1995 1989 2012 1992 2002 2005 2012 2013 1985 1996 1996 1998 2004 2002 1993 2011 2011 1991 2014 1995 1993 2008 1991 1998 1999 1989 1989 2012 1984 1990 1991 2008 1995 1994 1992 2014 1998 2001 1993

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Class 1999 2004 2010 2000 2001 1999 2009 1998 2009 1988 2010 2009 2000 2006 1982 2003 2004 2005 2013 1992 2007 2002 1985 2008 1998 1993 2013 1991 1998 2014 1999 1994 1989 1987 1999 2013

Years Lettered ‘96, '97, '98, '99 '01, '04 '07 '97, '98 '98 '96 '06, '07, '08, '09 '95, '96, '97 '09 '85, '86 '07, '09, '10 '06, '07, '08, '09 ‘97, '98, '99, '00 ‘03, '04, '05, '06 '80 ‘00, '01, '02, '03 ‘01, '02, '03, '04 '03, '05 '10, ‘11 ‘89, '90, '91, '92 ‘04, '05, '06, '07 '99, '00, '01 ‘82, '83, '85, '86 '08 (m) '98 '91, '92, '93 '10, ‘11 ‘88, '89, '90, '91 ‘95, '96, '97, '98 ‘11 '96, '97 '91, '92 '86, '88 ‘84, '85, '86, '87 ‘96, '97, '98, '99 '10, ‘11

Jennie Spencer ‘09 graduated from Navy holding all four backstroke event records (yards and meters) at the school.

Name Pearson, Laura Peterson, Elizabeth Petrella, Breanne Pickett, Sansarae’ Polowy, Brandee Poor, Meakin Prideaux, Jeanne-Marie Purvis, Heather Quinn, Colleen Randolph, Colleen Ranzau, Allison Reightler, Kelly Reitan, Paula Reminger, Danielle Reshetar, Laura Richardson, Susan Riggs, Terri Robison, Desiree’ Rodriquez, Alma Rollings, Sarah Rowe, Jennifer Ruh, Melissa Ruohomaki, Lori Jo Salness, Amy Salness, Molly Saltzstein, Sara Saptoro, Shallia Savage, Heidi Schmidt, Amy Schnars, Brenna Scholzen, Peggy Schultz, Natalie Schultz, Vicki Schwanbeck, Rebecca Scoonover, Elizabeth Scurlock, Amy Seaman, Susan Shaar, Jennifer Sheerin, Cate Sheppard, Debbie Shull, Carolyn Sillin, Katherine Simmons, Kristen Sines, Mary Beth Singer, Sheila Smith, Lynne Snow, Tessa Sorrell, Ashley Spencer, Andrew Spencer, Jennie Spiese, Darcy Sprtel, Joanna Stahley, Helen Stamp, Bridget Stattel, Victoria Stooksbury, Andrew Stuart, Darcy Sutliff, Megan Swain, Cherie Tanaka, Renee Thomas, Aubra Thomas, Annika Throckmorton, Tori Tjoa, Kristi Trace, Domenica Trudell, Patricia Turner, Ingrid

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Name Vandament, Courtney Vaughn, Rheanna Vivadelli, Nina Waldorf, Heather Walker, Rachel Wall, Vicky Wallace, Cameron Wallace, Leigh Walter, Bonnie Warnick, Beth Warwick, Allison Welsh, Kelly Welsh, Megan Went, Allison Westerbeke, Adriana Wienrich, Susanne Williams, Daphne Williams, Debbie Williams, Ghislaine Williams, Heather Williams, Michelle Williams, Wendy Wilson, Raissa Windstein, Jenn Windstein, Kate Wisner, Carolyn Withers, Lauren Wolo, Cathy Wood, Kristy Yetman, Ashley Yutzy, Julie Zahalka, Kelly Zavodny, Julie Zuwallack, Rebecca

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As the undergraduate college of the Naval service, the Naval Academy prepares young men and women to become professional officers and leaders in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Naval Academy students are midshipmen on active duty in the U.S. Navy. They attend the academy for four years, graduating with bachelor of science degrees and commissions as ensigns in the Navy or second lieutenants in the Marine Corps. Naval Academy graduates serve at least five years as Navy or Marine Corps officers. Founded in 1845 by Secretary of the Navy George Bancroft, the Academy started as the Naval School on 10 acres of old Fort Severn in Annapolis with an original class of 55. In 1850 the Naval School became the United States Naval Academy. A new curriculum went into effect requiring midshipmen to study at the Academy for four years and to train aboard ships each summer. Congress authorized the Naval Academy to begin awarding bachelor of science degrees in 1933. Today, the Academy offers 23 major fields of study, a wide variety of elective courses and advanced study and research opportunities. USNA MISSION STATEMENT “To develop midshipmen morally, mentally and physically and to imbue them with the highes­t ideals of duty, honor and loyalty in order to graduate leaders who are dedicated to a career of naval service and have potential for future deployment in mind and character to assume the highest responsibilities of command, citizenship and government.”­

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CLASS OF 2015 FACTS Enrollment................................ 1,229 (993 men, 236 women) Applicants..................... 19,145 (14,652 men, 4,493 women) Class Rank in High School, Top 10%............................. 52% Class Rank in High School, Top 33%............................. 85% HS Participation, Student Body Leader......................... 65% HS Participation, National Honor Society...................... 62% HS Participation, Varsity Athlete..................................... 90% HS Participation, Varsity Team Captain/Co-Captain.... 65% HS Participation, Community Service............................ 88% NAVY ASSIGNMENTS Graduates of the Naval Academy entering the Navy do so as ensigns and have the following service options available to them: • Aviation -- pilot, flight officer • Nuclear Propulsion -- ships, submarines • Restricted Line and Staff Corps -- civil engineering, information warfare, cryptology, intelligence, maintenance, medicine, meteorology/oceanography, supply • Special Operations -- explosive ordinance disposal, explosive ordinance management, mine countermeasures, operational diving and salvage • Navy SEALs • Surface Warfare -- conventional, nuclear powered • Submarines MARINE CORPS ASSIGNMENTS Graduates enter the Marine Corps with a rank of second lieutenant. Those officers entering the Marine Corps have the choice of serving in one of the following fields: • Aviation -- air command and control, anti-air warfare, aviation maintenance, aviation supply, pilot, flight officer • Ground -- armor, artillery, communications (information systems), engineering, financial management, infantry, logistics, military police

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USNA QUICK FACTS Location............................................................ Annapolis, Md. Founded............................................................................. 1845 Superintendent................ Vice Adm. Michael H. Miller, USN Commandant of Midshipmen... Capt. Robert E. Clark II, USN Enrollment......................................................................... 4,400


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From the first athletic competition played on the gridiron in 1879 to Navy’s recent triumphs, several events, people, rivalries and personalities have shaped the entire Naval Academy athletic program. Below is a look at just some of the history and traditions that make Navy one of the most storied programs in all of collegiate athletics. ANCHORS AWEIGH “Anchors Aweigh” was written by Lt. Charles Zimmermann, Musical Director of the Naval Academy in 1906, with the lyrics provided by Alfred H. Miles of the Class of 1906, as a fight song for the 1907 graduating class instead of the usual class march Zimmermann had composed for previous classes. The song made its debut at the 1906 Army-Navy game, and when the Midshipmen won the game, the song became traditional at this game. It gained national exposure in the 1920s and 1930s when it was heard on the radio and was in a number of popular movies. In 1997 a one-hour documentary on the history of Navy football, titled “Anchors Aweigh for Honor and Glory”, was produced by NFL Films. The film was deemed a success by both critics and fans alike. Here are the words: Stand Navy down the field, Sails set to the sky, We’ll never change our course, So Army you steer shy. Roll up the score, Navy, Anchors Aweigh, Sail Navy down the field, And sink the Army, Sink the Army Grey BILL THE GOAT The first recorded use of a goat mascot for Navy athletic teams was in 1893 when an animal named El Cid (The Chief) was turned over to the Brigade by young officers of the USS New York. El Cid helped Navy to a 6-4 triumph over Army that year. Two cats, a dog, and a carrier pigeon have also enjoyed brief reigns as the Navy mascot, but goats have served without interruption since 1904. Bill XXXIII and XXXIV are the current mascots. They are taken care of by 15 goathandlers made up of five midshipmen from the first, second and third classes. The goathandlers undergo rigorous training prior to handling Bill on the field. BLUE & GOLD This song was written in 1923 by Cmdr. Roy DeS. Horn, USN (Ret.) with music composed by J.W. Crosley. Following every home athletic competition, the team faces its fans with their hands on their heart and sings the following notes:‑

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ENTERPRISE BELL From the bridge of the famed World War II aircraft carrier, it has been a part of the Naval Academy tradition since 1950. The late Admiral Harry W. Hill, then Superintendent, was instrumental in bringing the “E” Bell to Annapolis. It rings during special ceremonies when Navy scores a majority of victories over Army in any one of the three sports seasons. The bell also rings during Commissioning Week for those teams that beat Army and have not participated in a previous bell-ringing during the academic year. The bell is stationed in front of Bancroft Hall.

q The Navy football team gathered for the traditional singing of the Blue & Gold following its win over Army in 2010, its ninth-consecutive win over its rival. Below: The men’s lacrosse team sang an emotional rendition of Blue & Gold following its overtime victory over rival Johns Hopkins in 2010.

In the early days of the American Navy, midshipmen trained aboard ship until they were eventually commissioned as ensigns. With the founding of the Naval Academy in 1845, it became possible, as it still is, for a midshipman to enter the Navy directly from civilian life. The name of students at the Naval Academy changed several times between 1870 and 1902, when Congress restored the original title of Midshipman, and it has remained unchanged since. TECUMSEH The familiar Native American figurehead facing Bancroft Hall and Tecumseh Court has been an Annapolis resident since 1866. Originally, the figurehead of the USS Delaware was meant to portray Tamanend, the great chief of the Delawares. It developed that Tamanend was a lover of peace and did not strike the fancy of the Brigade. Looking for another name, Midshipmen referred to the figurehead as Powhatan and King Philip before finally settling on Tecumseh, the fierce Shawnee chieftain who lived from 1768-1813. The original wooden statue was replaced after some 50 years in the open weather by a durable bronze replica, presented by the Class of 1891. It is considered a good-luck “mascot” for the midshipmen, who in times past would throw pennies at it and offer left-handed salutes whenever they wanted a ‘favor’, such as a sports win over West Point, or spiritual help for examinations. These days it receives a fresh coat of war paint and is often decorated in various themes during football weeks and other special occasions such as Commissioning Week.

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MIDSHIPMAN The word midshipman first appeared in English in the 17th century in the form of the word midshipman to designate those men who were stationed “amidships,” i.e. in the waist or middle portion of the vessel, while on duty. By 1687, however, the second ‘s’ had been dropped to give the current form of the word. Midshipmen were originally boys, sometimes as young as seven or eight, who were apprenticed to sea captains to learn the sailor’s trade.


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FIRST-RATE FACULTY & STAFF The Naval Academy’s philosophy of education stresses attention to individual students by highly qualified faculty members who are strongly committed to teaching. Classes are small, with an average size of fewer than 18 students and a student-faculty ratio of 8:1. All courses at the Naval Academy are taught and graded by faculty members, not by graduate assistants.

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MAJORS Students at the Naval Academy can select one of 38 different majors within 23 fields of study. The 23 fields of study are grouped into three different divisions: Division of Engineering and Weapons (aerospace engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, general engineering, mechanical engineering, naval architecture, ocean engineering, systems engineering), Division of Math and Science (chemistry, computer science, general science, information technology, mathematics, oceanography, physics) and the Division of Humanities and Social Science (Arabic, Chinese, economics, English, history, political science, quantitative economics). In addition to graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science, students can attain a minor in one of seven different languages.

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Students who excel at the Naval Academy have many opportunities to challenge and advance themselves through several special programs -- Trident Scholars, Honors Programs, and Voluntary Graduate Education Program (VGEP). GRADUATION SUCCESS RATE For the sixth year in a row, the United States Naval Academy ranks among nation’s leaders for graduating NCAA student-athletes on the Division I level. Navy graduated 100 percent of its student-athletes in 10 of the 20 NCAA sports reported on and averaged an overall rate of 96 percent for student-athletes in all sports – the fourth-highest mark nationally among Football Bowl Subdivision schools. LOWE’S SENIOR CLASS AWARD Ricky Dobbs (‘11) was named the 2010 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award winner for the Football Bowl Subdivision, becoming the second Navy studentathlete to win the award. The Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award was started in 2001 by Dick Enberg in response to the growing trend of men’s basketball players leaving

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Standout swimmer Kelly Zahalka (‘09) was a recipient of both the Harry S. Truman and Gen. George C. Marshall Scholarships, which paved the way for her to study for two years in the United Kingdom. Former women’s track and cross country runner Kayla Sax (‘10) became just the ninth student from the Naval Academy to be awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, which has enabled her to contribute to research focused on alternative energy sources at the University of Cambridge.

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Men’s tennis standout Nick Birger (‘11) was awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship in 2011, one year after soccer’s Beth Reed (‘10) and track ‘s Mark Van Orden (‘10) also earned the NCAA Scholarship. These athletes will be able to pursue graduate degrees before resuming their respective naval careers on a full-time basis. ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS Naval Academy student-athletes have totaled 80 Academic All-America certificates over the years, with 47 of those awards coming since the start of the 1999-2000 academic year. USNA student-athletes have garnered five awards during the 2010-11 academic year. The 201011 honorees included first-team football honoree John Dowd (‘12), first-team men’s tennis selection Nick Birger (‘11), second-team men’s track & field/cross country athlete Cody Rome (‘12) and from the men’s soccer team, second-teamer Alex Foskett (‘11) and third-teamer Sam Miller (‘12). Dowd was also a Second-Team Academic AllAmerican during the 2009-10 academic year.

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PATRIOT LEAGUE SCHOLAR-ATHLETES Birger, the 2011 Naval Academy valedictorian, was also named the Patriot League Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year, after earning a second consecutive league scholarathlete honor for men’s tennis. Birger is the fifth male midshipman and a league-leading 11th overall to earn the Patriot League’s top academic honor. Other Patriot League Scholar-Athlete winners from the 2010-11 academic year include Rome for indoor track & field, swimmer Laura Gorinski (‘13) and golfer Peter Reilly (‘12).

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SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS In addition to furthering their education at schools across the country, students at the Naval Academy annually are in competition for several prestigious scholarships. Since Navy’s first Rhodes Scholar, E. Van Meter (‘28), a total of 46 Naval Academy graduates have received the Rhodes Scholarship, including 13 since 2001. Among Navy’s most recent recipients is former baseball player Trevor Thompson (‘05). Also, 24 grads have won George C. Marshall Scholarships, including 14 since 2000. A trio of recent graduates earned Bowman Scholarships to the Naval Postgraduate School. Lightweight rower Chris Medford (‘11), heavyweight rower Mike Shea (‘11) and rifle standout Kenan Wang (‘11) were each honored as Bowman Scholars.

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The men and women of the United States Naval Academy have committed themselves to the service of our nation. During their four years in Annapolis, the Midshipmen demonstrate their willingness to give by taking part in several community service events.

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From outreach opportunities such as autograph sessions following athletic events, to working with underprivileged youths, the student-athletes at Navy give back to the area they call home during their college years. The following are a few examples of community service opportunities performed by the men and women of Navy athletics during the 2010-11 academic year. FOOTBALL While in San Diego, Calif., prior to the Poinsettia Bowl, several members of the football team attended a Make-AWish Foundation event where players and coaches spent time with the kids and their families. The bowl game and Make-A-Wish Foundation of San Diego benefit from a strong partnership as more than 500 members of “Wish Families”, including wish children, their parents and siblings, attended the game as special guests. Seniors Andre Byrd and Ricky Dobbs took time to speak with students at several area schools. Byrd addressed students at Mount St. Joseph High School in Baltimore where he talked about the obstacles he overcame in his life to become a midshipman and a member of the Navy football team. As he did throughout his career, Dobbs continued to make several appearances at local schools last year, explaining the importance of doing your best in school and following your dreams. The team also continued the tradition of inviting ill and special needs children and their families to practices. MEN’S & WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Both the men’s and women’s teams combined to hold free skills clinics for local youths. Assistant coaches and players from both teams provided instruction to over 200 kids from the Annapolis area. The Navy men’s basketball team was out in full force, volunteering for the 2011 Maryland Special Olympics and then providing area youth with a skills clinic. The team has done a number of community-service events in the past, whether it’s conducting free camps, volunteering for the Special Olympics or speaking to groups of local youth. Members of the men’s basketball team also volunteered their time at the St. John’s Episcopal School’s Field Day, playing basketball with many of the youth and setting up drills and contests for the kids.

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NAVY SWIMMING & DIVING WOMEN’S LACROSSE Twenty-one members of the women’s lacrosse program conducted a lacrosse clinic at the all-girls Excel Academy in Washington, D.C. The Mids taught the children basic lacrosse skills and also organized drills, relay races and informal games. WOMEN’S SOCCER Navy women’s soccer players Jessica Grupp, Katie Kelly, Alexes Lopez-Shaw and Ashlynn Soellner volunteered at a youth soccer clinic at the Excel Academy, an all-girls school in Washington, D.C. The Athletes For Hope organization helped coordinate the event, which was for first and second grade girls. SWIMMING & DIVING The swimming and diving teams continued their tradition of offering free learn-to-swim lessons to anyone in Lejeune Hall during the spring.

MEN’S TENNIS The men’s tennis team again made its annual visit to the MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation, which provides an athletic and educational after school outlet for youths in the Jacksonville, Fla., area. The Mids first participated in a question-and-answer session with the youths before hitting the tennis courts for some instruction and competition. As a tradition each time Navy visits, every time a youth defeats a Mid, the Navy player has to immediately do 10 pushups.

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BASEBALL The baseball team continued its strong relationship with a local child with a brain tumor through the Friends of Jaclyn Organization. The child has been a fixture at Navy home games for the past two seasons as the team has taken an even more active role in his and his family’s lives. The team and coaches routinely spend time with him away from the field, attend movies and support him at his band concerts.


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At the Naval Academy, beating Army is important. Plebes yell “Beat Army!” in Bancroft Hall, “Beat Army!” is on every weight in the Naval Academy weight rooms, and alums and fans alike scream “Beat Army!” at the end of Blue & Gold, the Naval Academy’s alma mater. Navy has dominated Army in all sports, posting a winning record against the Black Knights in 37 of the last 40 years and has not lost the N-Star series in 15-consecutive years.

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23 of Navy’s 32 varsity sports have the potential to take part in the Army-Navy rivalry each year. The annual showdown between the two rivals in each sport is deemed the Star Game with the players from the winning team receiving a Star for their lettersweaters. For those sports that face Army multiple times in a season, the Star Game is designated prior to the start of the year.

ARMY–NAVY ALL-TIME SERIES All-Time Army–­­Navy Record Navy leads.................................................... 934-711-39 (.566) Army–Navy - The Last 15 Years (1996-97 to 2010-11) Overall Record vs. Army............................. 289-171-6 (.627) Star-Game Record vs. Army....................... 215-108-6 (.663)

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Army–Navy - The 2010-11 Season 2010-11 Overall Record vs. Army....................... 17-15 (.531) 2010-11 Star-Game Record vs. Army................ 11-11 (.500) Navy’s 2010-11 Star Game Victories Men’s Soccer, Golf, Men’s Cross Country, Men’s Swimming & Diving, Women’s Swimming & Diving, Football, Women’s Indoor Track & Field, Gymnastics, Men’s Basketball, Wrestling, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

2010-11 STAR GAME HIGHLIGHTS FOOTBALL Senior quarterback Ricky Dobbs threw for 186 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a team-high 54 yards as Navy defeated Army for the ninth consecutive time, 31-17, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Senior safety Wyatt Middleton gave Navy a 24-7 lead just before halftime when he returned a fumble 98 yards for a touchdown, marking the longest fumble return in Navy history. MEN’S SOCCER Michael Rakoczy scored the only goal of the game in the 60th minute and the Navy defense held strong as the Midshipmen recorded their second consecutive Star Game victory over the Black Knights. GOLF Junior Tim Shield sank a 12-foot putt on the 15th hole of the West Point Golf Course as Navy won four of seven singles matches and defeated Army, 6-5, to claim the Star.

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NAVY SWIMMING & DIVING MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Behind a dominant performance from senior Andrew Hanko, Navy defeated Army, 20-41, for the 11th time in the last 14 meetings. Hanko led the entire race and Navy runners took 10 of the top-12 spots.

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MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Luke Hoffer, Mac Anthony and Steve Dukleth all won multiple events as the Midshipmen won their 20th-consecutive meeting with Army by defeating the Black Knights, 246-54.

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WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING Sophomore Laura Gorinski set a Navy and Patriot League record in the 200 breaststroke and was one of five Mids to win multiple events as Navy won its 22nd-consecutive dual meet over Army in convincing fashion, 240.5-59.5.

GYMNASTICS Navy won its third-consecutive Star Meet as it defeated Army, 324.1-322.8. Trailing going into the final event of the day, Andrew Faulk and Dylan Parrott tied for first place in the high bar competition to give Navy the win. WRESTLING The Midshipmen won seven of 10 bouts, including the last four, to secure a 24-9 victory over Army. Coach Bruce Burnett improved to 11-0 against the Black Knights as Navy claimed its 11th-consecutive win over Army. WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK & FIELD Navy won 12 of 17 events as it won the indoor Star Meet for the sixth-consecutive year with a 103.5-77.5 victory over Army. Junior Jess Palacio, junior Amanda Phelps and senior Ashley Bucholz each doubled in individual events to pace the Mids.

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WOMEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD Competing in a downpour at Ingram Field, Navy dominated Army, 129-73, to complete its third-straight indoor/outdoor Star Meet sweep of the Black Knights. The 56-point margin of victory was the largest for Navy in an indoor or outdoor Star Meet.

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MEN’S BASKETBALL Mark Veazey came off the bench to score 17 points and grab nine rebounds and the Midshipmen held Army to just 18-of-52 shooting as Navy defeated Army, 75-58, in a sold-out Alumni Hall. It marked the 27th time in the last 31 seasons Navy won the Star.


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In his 11th year as Director of Athletics, Chet Gladchuk has overseen a renaissance of the Naval Academy athletic program. His administrative leadership has helped lead the program to one of the most successful periods in school history. In 2010-11, Navy won 63 percent of its contests and claimed the overall series against Army for the 18th time in the last 19 years. Navy produced nine All-Americans, 11 conference athletes of the year, nine conference coaches of the year and 11 conference championships. The Mids also excelled in the classroom, ranking No. 4 in the country in graduation rate for student-athletes (among Football Bowl Subdivision schools) and all 24 of Navy’s NCAA sponsored varsity sports rank above the national average in the Academic Progress Report, including five teams with perfect scores. Navy had five Academic All-Americans, four Patriot League Scholar Athletes of the Year and an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winner. Six of the top 15 Naval Academy graduates and 28 of the top 100 graduates in the Class of 2011 were involved with varsity or club athletics. The football team had another successful season in 2010, posting a 9-4 record and playing in a school-record eighth-consecutive bowl game. The Mids beat Army for a series-record ninth-consecutive year and defeated Notre Dame for the third time in four seasons. Other teams who flourished in 2010-11 included the women’s basketball team winning the Patriot League Championship and advancing to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history; the rifle team placed seventh at the NCAA Championship; the women’s lacrosse team advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the second-straight season; intercollegiate sailing placed ninth at the ICSA Nationals; the baseball team won the Patriot League Regular Season and Tournament titles and participated in the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2002; while the water polo, men’s cross country, men’s swimming & diving, men’s indoor track & field, women’s indoor track & field and women’s rowing all won conference titles. Gladchuk’s efforts have been recognized on a national level as well, as the Division IA Athletic Directors Association named him the 2005 Bobby Dodd Athletic Director of the Year. The award is presented in recognition of an athletic director’s support and commitment toward the successful advancement of the department, most specifically in the sport of football. Additionally, he was recognized by the Secretary of the Navy for his contributions and service to the Navy and the Naval Academy with the Superior Public Service Award to the Department of the Navy. Gladchuk has been able to parlay Navy’s athletic success into an exclusive television deal with CBS ports Network that has

increased Navy’s television exposure both in the United States and internationally. CBS Sports Network, the first 24-hour college sports network, televises every Navy home and select neutral site football games (excluding Notre Dame and Army which are televised nationally by CBS), as well as other Midshipmen men’s and women’s athletic events, original programming and documentaries centered on the storied Navy athletic program. The long-term, multi-media agreement includes internet streaming, broadband and video-on-demand rights and high definition rights. A major part of the agreement was that all home football games would be played on Saturday for the convenience of the Navy alumni. Navy sports are seen all over the world with the international distribution of Navy programming, especially to the troops serving abroad. Navy’s contract with CBS Sports Network runs through 2018. Gladchuk has also added radio giants WBAL (1090 AM) in Baltimore and WFED (1500 AM, 1050 AM, 820 AM) in Washington D.C./ Northern Virginia to Navy’s radio network. WBAL Radio, which is also the home of the Ravens, is Maryland’s dominant and most powerful radio station. Since 1925, generations of Marylanders have turned to WBAL Radio for news, weather, thought-provoking discussions and sports. As Maryland’s only 50,000-watt AM station, WBAL’s signal travels substantially further than any other station in the state. WFED Radio, which is also the home of the Washington Nationals, is a 50,000-watt station that will air a minimum of 10 regularseason football games. WFED is your source for federal news covering both the Federal

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Government and those who do business with the government. Since being introduced as the Academy’s 28th Director of Athletics on Sept. 4, 2001, Gladchuk has pressed forward on numerous fronts with energy and vision. From the hiring of Paul Johnson and Ken Niumatalolo as head football coaches to the renovation of NavyMarine Corps Memorial Stadium, Gladchuk has made improvements in several key areas that will prove more success on the athletic fields for years to come. Recent head coaching hires such as Bill Roberts in men’s swimming, John Morrison in women’s swimming, Paul Kostacopoulos in baseball, Keith Puryear in women’s tennis, Cindy Timchal, the all-time winningest women’s lacrosse coach in NCAA history, Stefanie Pemper, one of the all-time winningest Division III women’s basketball coaches, Dave Brandt, the all-time winningest soccer coach in NCAA history, Larry Bock, the all-time winningest coach in collegiate volleyball history, Ed DeChellis, the 2009 Big Ten Basketball Coach of the Year at Penn State, and Rick Sowell, who was a two-time America East Coach of the Year. During Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy, he has seen the Midshipmen win 75 conference titles, produce 137 All-Americans and 48 Academic All-Americans. Gladchuk has also worked tirelessly to bring back school spirit, working in conjunction with school officials to encourage midshipmen to attend events for all sports. He has embraced the local community and alumni base, and is an often-requested speaker, visiting areas all over the country as he shares the vision of the Naval Academy and the Naval Academy Athletic Association. Gladchuk’s biggest impact on the Naval Academy has been the $42 million renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium where under his leadership the stadium was completely refurbished over a four-year time frame. The addition of 6,500 permanent seats on the sidelines and in the end zones, 32 luxury boxes, dropping the field eight feet and moving the sidelines closer, two video scoreboards, a memorial plaza, upgraded restroom and concession areas, a perimeter walking path, new lighting, a new sound system, landscaping the grounds and storm water management highlight the list of renovations. Gladchuk has worked closely with the city, county, state and neighborhood associations to ensure proper communication and sensitivity to issues that benefit both the NAAA and community at large. The NAAA was awarded the Green Star award by former Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer for commitment to the environment during the ongoing renovation of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Gladchuk and the NAAA have also teamed up with the Naval Academy Foundation to raise over $75 million in private giving for facilities


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Past Athletic Directors Harris Laning 1895 Arthur P. Fairchild ’01 Charles Earle Smith ’03 William F. Halsey Jr. ’04 Douglas L. Howard ’06 Byron McCandless ’05 Jonas H. Ingram ’07 Henry D. Cook Jr. ’03 John W. Wilcox Jr. ’05 Robert C. Giffen ’07 Ernest W. McKee ’08 Thomas S. King II ’11 Harvey E. Overesch ’15 Lyman S. Perry ’20

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John E. Whelchel ’20 1943-44 Harles O. Humphreys ’22 1944-46 Edmund B. Taylor ’25 1946-48 Thomas J. Hamilton ’27 1948 Henry H. Caldwell ’27 1949-51 Ian C. Eddy ’30 1951-54 Charles Elliott Loughlin ’33 1954-57 Slade Cutter ’35 1957-59 Asbury Coward ’38 1959-62 William S. Busik ’43 1962-65 Alan R. Cameron ’44 1965-68 J. O. Coppedge ’47 1968-88 Jack Lengyel 1988-2001 Chet Gladchuk 2001-present

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2010-11 Navy Athletics: A Year In Review Overall Record 301-174-8 (.631)

N-Star Record vs. Army 11-11 (.500)

Overall Record vs. Army 17-15 (.5531)

No. 4 in the Country in Graduation Rate 9 All-Americans 11 Conference Championships 5 Academic All-Americans 9 Conference Coaches of the Year National Honors

* Football finished 36th in the nation in the final Associated Press college football poll and played in an eighth-straight bowl game. * Water polo finished the season ranked 15th in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Poll. * Offshore sailing won the McMillan Cup, the big-boat national championship for the New England and MidAtlantic districts. * Wrestling finished 37th at the NCAA Championship. * The women’s basketball team competed in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. * The men’s swimming & diving team qualified three Midshipmen for the NCAA Championship. * Rifle placed seventh at the NCAA Rifle Championship. * Men’s gymnastics qualified two Midshipmen for the NCAA Championship. * Women’s lacrosse advanced to the NCAA Tournament for a second-consecutive season. * Intercollegiate sailing placed ninth at ICSA Nationals. * Baseball earned its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2002 and made its ninth appearance in program history in the national tournament.

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such as the Brigade Sports Complex (hockey and tennis), Max Bishop Stadium (baseball), varsity squash courts, various team locker rooms and a number of practice facilities. Other highlights during Gladchuk’s tenure at the Naval Academy include the recent renegotiation of the Army-Navy contract which resulted in over $46 million to the two schools over the next eight years, scheduling Maryland, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Army at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore to promote Navy football in the community, negotiating the extension of the Navy-Notre Dame football game television contract with CBS through 2018 and negotiating bowl deals with the Houston, Emerald, Poinsettia, Meineke Car Care, EagleBank, Texas, Armed Forces and Military Bowls. Gladchuk is heavily involved with NCAA and Patriot League committees. He recently was selected to serve on the NCAA Leadership Council, which is one of the highest NCAA appointments an athletic director can realize. The council helps set the Division I legislative agenda and advises the NCAA regarding major legislative issues being considered. The primary responsibility of the council is to identify those issues on the horizon that can impact Division I and intercollegiate athletics as a whole and spends much of its time planning for the future of Division I and helps set the course for the future. Gladchuk is also on the NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Athletic Directors) Executive Committee and has served as the Chairman of the Executive Committee in the Patriot League and a member of the NCAA Olympic Sport Liaison Committee. Gladchuk came to the Naval Academy from the University of Houston, where he had been the Director of Athletics since July 18, 1997. Recognized as one of the nation’s top leaders in intercollegiate athletics management, he guided the Cougars to 19 Conference USA Championships, while making significant strides in the academic success of their student-athletes, gender equity and fiscal management. Before Houston, Gladchuk was the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Intramurals and Recreation for seven years at his alma mater, Boston College. Under Gladchuk, Boston College emerged as one of the NCAA’s elite programs of the 1990s winning numerous Big East and NCAA Championships. The school’s graduation rate for all student-athletes was over 90 percent and the Eagles won the College Football Association’s Academic Achievement Award for the highest graduation rates among all Division I schools in three of his last five years at Boston College. Gladchuk led the Alumni Stadium expansion effort, which resulted in a $35 million improvement to the football stadium. Prior to rejoining Boston College, Gladchuk served as AD at Tulane University from 1987-90. During his tenure, he directed the reinstatement of the Green Wave basketball program to Division I status. In addition, he oversaw the construction of new facilities for the athletics administration as well as baseball, track and field and tennis teams after a $25 million athletics campaign was successfully completed. From 1985-87, he served as Associate AD at Syracuse University, heading operations, NCAA compliance, financial aid and facility operations. Gladchuk lettered in football at Boston College and graduated with honors in business management in 1973. He earned a master’s in sports administration from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 1974, where he began his career in intercollegiate athletics, including serving for seven years as Director of General Physical Education, Assistant and Associate Athletic Director for the university. He also has served as Director of Athletics and head football coach for the New Hampton (Prep) School in New Hampshire prior to leaving for UMass. He and his wife, Kathy, have four children: John, a graduate of Loyola Marymount; Katie, a graduate of Boston College; Christie, a graduate of Trinity and Julie, a graduate of the University of North Carolina.


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The Naval Academy is located in historic Annapolis, the capital of the State of Maryland. Annapolis was founded in 1640 as Anne Arundel Town and later became the first peacetime capital city of the United States of America in 1783. Annapolis, named to honor Queen Anne of England, was granted a royal charter as a city in 1708. Annapolis can also lay claim to having been a capital of the United States. From November 1783 to August 1784, the Continental Congress met in the State House. It was here that they accepted George Washington’s resignation as commander-in-chief and ratified the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Revolutionary War.

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The colonial heritage of Annapolis is still evident as the city boasts more buildings from the 1700s than any other city in the country. The heart of downtown Annapolis has also been designated a National Historic District. Many fine examples of colonial architecture, including the State House, Hammond-Harwood House, Chase-Lloyd House and the William Paca House and Gardens, are open to visitors. In August, 2009, Annapolis was named a Top Ten finalist for the International Award for Livable Communities, a competition focused on creating livable communities through sound environmental practices. Annapolis is located on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay, the largest estuary in the United States. The Chesapeake provides natural environs, sightseeing, sailing, fishing and more, helping Annapolis become the sailing capital of the world. The water-lover will also revel in the fact that Maryland has nearly 4,000 miles of shoreline – more than any other state. Within 30 minutes of Annapolis lies both Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, providing entertainment and sightseeing opportunities for residents and tourists alike.

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the Preakness Stakes, is located in Baltimore. The horse industry contributes $1.5 billion annually to the state‘ s economy. There are over 20,000 horse farms located in Maryland.

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Now in its third decade as an all-sport conference combining academic and athletic excellence, the Patriot League sponsors championships in 23 men and women’s sports. Initially started as an NCAA Division I-AA football conference in 1986, the Patriot League became an all-sport conference in 1990 and includes American, Army, Bucknell, Colgate, Holy Cross, Lafayette, Lehigh and Navy as full members, and Fordham, Georgetown and MIT as associate members. These institutions are among the oldest and most prestigious in the nation and their alumni have and continue to play leadership roles in shaping our country. Since 1998, the Patriot League has ranked first each year among all Division I conferences awarding athletic aid in the NCAA Graduation Rate Report. The League finished at the top spot with nearly all of its teams reporting a graduation rate of 85 percent or higher in the most recent data. In addition, 82 teams from Patriot League full-member institutions earned NCAA Academic Performance Program Public Recognition Awards after posting academic progress rate scores in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. The Patriot League’s mission is simple, to provide successful competitive athletic experiences while maintaining high academic standards, and to prepare its student-athletes to be leaders in society.

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During the 2010-11 academic year, Patriot League studentathletes and teams have accomplished the following: *Patriot League schools came in with glowing marks in the latest release of the NCAA Academic Progress Rate, as 97 percent of Patriot League teams came in at or above the national Division I four-year average score of 970. *Six different schools claimed multiple Patriot League titles, led by Navy with seven.

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*Navy tennis standout Nick Birger was part of a select group of student-athletes to receive a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship from the NCAA. *11 student-athletes have been named Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, including Navy’s Sam Miller and Alex Foskett (men’s soccer), Nick Birger (men’s tennis), and Cody Rome (men’s track & field). *55 Patriot League student-athletes have earned Capital One/CoSIDA Academic All-District honors, with 39 on the first team. *The Navy trio of Olaf Olson, Mark Meyer and Justin Vagts all competed at the NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championship. Navy baseball claimed the 2011 Patriot League Regular Season Championship, and then defeated Army in the Tournament Championship Series.

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NAVY SWIMMING & DIVING 2010-11 PATRIOT LEAGUE HONORS FOR NAVY TEAM TITLES • Men’s Cross Country • Women’s Basketball (regular season and tournament) • Men’s Swimming & Diving • Men’s Indoor Track & Field • Women’s Indoor Track & Field • Women’s Lacrosse • Baseball (regular season and tournament)

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR • Andrew Hanko, Men’s Cross Country • Mac Anthony, Men’s Swimming • Jess Palacio, Women’s Indoor Track & Field (runner) • Owen Bullard, Men’s Tennis • Jess Palacio, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (runner) • Amanda Phelps, Women’s Outdoor Track & Field (field) • Jasmine DePompeo, Women’s Lacrosse (offensive) ROOKIE OF THE YEAR • C.J. Elward, Men’s Cross Country • Jade Geif, Women’s Basketball • Zach Ingold, Men’s Swimming • Rheanna Vaughn, Women’s Swimming • J.J. Avila, Men’s Basketball • Tucker Hull, Men’s Lacrosse • David Hall, Golf • Taylor Cato, Baseball • Lauren Allam, Women’s Outdoor Tack & Field

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SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR • Peter Reilly, Golf • Laura Gorinski, Women’s Swimming & Diving • Cody Rome, Men’s Indoor Track & Field • Nick Birger, Men’s Tennis TOURNAMENT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER • Jade Geif, Women’s Basketball • ­Jasmine DePompeo, Women’s Lacrosse

Jasmine DePompeo, Women’s Lacrosse Offensive Player of the Year and Patriot League Tournament Most Valuable Player

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Overall Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Rookie of the Year and Patriot League Tournament MVP

COACH OF THE YEAR • Al Cantello, Men’s Cross Country • Stefanie Pemper, Women’s Basketball • Bill Roberts, Men’s Swimming • Steve Cooksey, Men’s Indoor Track & Field • Carla Criste, Women’s Indoor Track & Field • Keith Puryear, Women’s Tennis • Paul Kostacopoulos, Baseball


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Navy is dedicated to providing its athletes top-notch gameday and practice atmospheres in every sport. Navy annually ranks among the league leaders in attendance in nearly every sport, and has hosted numerous Patriot League and NCAA Championship events over the last several years. Many of the facilities have undergone extensive renovations recently, showing Navy’s commitment, dedication and passion to providing the very best for its athletes. Since 2005, Navy has played host to the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Quarterfinals, the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Final Four, the College Squash Association Individual Championship, the CWPA Eastern Water Polo Championship, the EIWA Wrestling Championship, as well as several other highly-competitive national events. In the past five years, Navy has also played host to Patriot League championships in the following sports: men’s and women’s basketball, women’s soccer, baseball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and swimming and diving. Navy’s facilities have also undergone major renovations and construction improvements, from the building of the $52 million Wesley A. Brown Field House, the $18.5 million Brigade Sports Complex, the $1.8 million Willis Bilderback-Dinty Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the $18 million Hubbard Hall renovation, major baseball renovations to the Terwilliger Brothers Field at Max Bishop Stadium, a $1.5 million renovation of the Halsey Field House squash facility, a complete reconstruction of courts and at the Dyer Tennis Center, a $1 million dive tower replacement in Lejeune Hall, $5 million for the renovation of Rip Miller Field (removed crown, installed vertical drainage, replaced bleacher and press box), Ricketts Hall training room expansion, a new press box at Glenn Warner (soccer), new hammer throw venues for track & field, installation of FieldTurf in Halsey as well as a complete $42 million overhaul of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium that gives the Mids a dominant home-field football presence and made the facility the finest in college lacrosse.

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Lejeune Hall was the first building at the Naval Academy to be named for a Marine Corps officer.

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Lejeune Hall has played host to the Patriot League Championship more times than any other facility in the league. The meet has been contested on The Yard seven times in the 20-year history of the event. The Navy men’s program has won the team title in each of the four years it has competed for the crown in Lejeune Hall, while the Navy women’s team has totaled four titles in the seven times the champion has been determined in the facility. LT. GEN. JOHN ARCHER LEJEUNE, USMC Navy’s swimming and wrestling complex is named ater the 13th Commandant of the Marine Corps and an 1888 graduate of the Naval Academy. He served more than 45 years in uniform, fought in World War I and completed nearly three terms as Commandant of the Marine Corps until his retirement in 1929. LIGHTING The pools are illuminated with bright overhead lights that provide 100-foot candle power at water surface. The large sky-lights supplement lighting adds to the aesthetic beauty of Lejeune Hall. POOL The large pool is 25-meters-by-50-meters with an eightfoot depth. A movable bulkhead enables Navy’s teams to train at any distance. The pool provides 23 25-yard short course lanes or 10 50-meter long course lanes. SEATING AREA The gallery around the pool seats 1,000 spectators in comfortable armchair seats. Although the building is com- pletely modern in conception and materials, its regu- larly placed columns and raised roof area compli- ment the traditional turn of the century French Renaissance style campus with its vocabluary of granite walls and mansard roofs. DIVING Legeune Hall underwent extensive renovations fol- lowing the conclusion of the 2009 season as the building’s original diving tower was torn down and replaced by a new one. The over $1 million project fea- tured new 1 and 3-meter springboard areas being built, as well as the construction of new 5, 7.5 and 10- meter platform areas. Over 100-yards of concrete form the new cantilevered tower, with glass handrails con- necting walkways to each of the diving sections. The diving pool is 60-feet-by-52-feet with depths varying from 14-17 feet. There is a powerful bubbler system under each level and a trampoline-dry land board port- a-pit apparatus located on the pool deck to assist in training. In addition, the diving wall has three underwa- ter observation windows. COMPETITORS FACILITIES Facilities for athletes include separate entrances, locker rooms, showers, three saunas, a large classroom, team locker rooms and a fully-equipped first aid/training room.

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TIMING SCOREBOARD Lejeune Hall features a Colorad Time Systems scoreboard and timing system. The system determines elapsed time, order of finish and lap splits for each competitive lane to a thousandth of a secong. The system records the results and transmits them to the scoreboard. The diving pool is equipped with a judges system that dis- plays the awards, stores 11 dives for up to 99 divers, han- dles the addition and multiplication to compute degrees of difficulty, shows the leading diver and flashes if the cur- rent diver takes the lead in the competition.

• Four-time Olympic Gold Medalist GREG LOUGANIS and two-time Olympic medalist KELLY McCORMICK established Legeune Hall diving records that still standtoday. The entire U.S. Diving team also complet- ed in meets in Legeune Hall prior to the 1988 and 1992 Olympic Games.

• MICHAEL PHELPS set a pair of American records in the building prior to winning six Gold Medals at the 2004 Olympics.

• Like Phelps, KATIE HOFF (2004 & ‘08 Olympian, ‘05 & ‘07 World Champion), KATE ZIEGLER (2007 World Champion, current world record holder) and BRAD SCHUMACHER (1996 Olympic Gold Medalist in swimming and ‘04 Olympian with water polo team) also have made frequent – and memorable – visits to The Yard.

CURRENT LEJEUNE HALL RECORDS HELD BY UNITED STATES OLYMPIANS Katie Hoff (pictured) • 100/200 Butterfly • 200/500/1000/1650 Freestyle • 200/400 Individual Medley Greg Louganis • 3-Meter Diving Kelly McCormick • 3-Meter Diving Michael Phelps (pictured) • 100/200 Backstroke • 100 Breaststroke • 100/200 Butterfly • 100/200/1650 Freestyle • 200/400 Individual Medley • 400 Medley Relay

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OLYMPIANS AND LEJEUNE HALL In addition to serving as the home facility for the U.S. naval Academy swimming and water polo teams, Lejeune Hall also has been the host site for many other prominent aquatic competitions over its quarter-century history. Even a snapshot of Olympians, world champions and word record holders who have taken to the waters of the building is an impressive one.


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