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Chelsea Oates

Conference Champion Conference record holder 2009-10 Summit League Diver of the Year

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Marcin Unold

NCAA All-American Conference Champion, School and Conference record holder 2007-08 Summit League Men’s Swimmer of the Year


OCTOBER 1 BLACK & GOLD INTRASQUAD 2 ALUMNI MEET 8 Dennis Stark Relays (M) 15 Tom Stubbs Relays (W) 16 Toledo (W) 23 MICHIGAN, NOTRE DAME (M) 29 AKRON (W) 30 WAYNE STATE$

OU AQUATIC CENTER OU AQUATIC CENTER Notre Dame, Ind. Bowling Green, Ohio Toledo, Ohio OU AQUATIC CENTER OU AQUATIC CENTER OU AQUATIC CENTER

NOVEMBER 6 Wright State$

Dayton, Ohio

DECEMBER 2-4 Eastern Michigan Invite$ Miami University Invitational$

Ypsilanti, Mich. Oxford, Ohio

JANUARY 8 EASTERN MICHIGAN$ 15 Cleveland State, Duquesne, Xavier$ 21 Ashland, Cincinnati, Kenyon College$ 22 Ashland, Cincinnati, Kenyon College$ 29 MICHIGAN STATE$

OU AQUATIC CENTER Cleveland, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio OU AQUATIC CENTER

2 P.M. 1 p.m. 6 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 2 P.M.

FEBRUARY 11-13 MICHIGAN USA OPEN 16-19 The Summit League Championship

OU AQUATIC CENTER Indianapolis, Ind.

ALL DAY All Day

MARCH 11-12 NCAA Diving Zones 17-19 NCAA Women’s Championship 24-26 NCAA Men’s Championship

TBA Austin, Texas Minneapolis, Minn.

All times EST and subject to change Home meets in BOLD CAPS $ - Men and Women

6:30 P.M. 3:30 P.M. 5 p.m. 5 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 P.M. 5 P.M. 1 P.M.

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2010-11 Oakland University Swimming & Diving Medi Guide General Information School:.................................................................. Oakland University Location:.................................................................. Rochester, Mich. Founded:......................................................................................1957 Enrollment:...............................................................................19,053 Nickname:................................................................ Golden Grizzlies Colors:........................................................................ Gold and Black Affiliation:............................................................... NCAA Division I Conference:.........................................................The Summit League Natatorium:.................................................The OU Aquatics Center Capacity:.....................................................................................1,000 President:................................................................Dr. Gary D. Russi Alma Mater:.................................................(SW Oklahoma St., ‘69) Athletics Director:............................................................ Tracy Huth Alma Mater:................................................................ (Oakland, ‘85) Athletics Phone:...........................................................248-370-3190 Coaching Staff Head Coach:..................................................................Pete Hovland Alma Mater:........................................................... (Chico State, ‘76) Record at OU (M):................................................. 204-92 (29 years) Record at OU (W):................................................70-45-2 (11 years) Overall Record:..................................................................274-137-2 Office Phone:................................................................248-370-4001 Associate Head Coach:............................Shawn Kornoelje, 6th year Diving Coach:............................................... Larry Albright, 5th year Assistant Coaches:........................................ Piotr Gegotek, 3rd year ................................................................. Sophia Gustafsson, 1st year ............................................................................James Wike, 1st year Vol. Assistant Coach:.................................. Blaine Dolcetti, 6th year Swimming and Diving History First Year of Swimming and Diving:................................... 1964-65 Men’s All-Time Record (46 Seasons):..............................338-174-1 Women’s All-Time Record (33 Seasons):.........................206-131-4 Summit League Championships:............................. 11 (M), 11 (W) NCAA Championships:.................................................5 (M), 5 (W) Team Information 2009-10 Dual Meet Record:.................................... 4-4 (M), 6-3 (W) Summit Finish:..........................................................1st (M), 1st (W) Athletic Communications Director:.................................................................. Scott MacDonald Office Phone:................................................................248-370-4008 Assistant/Swimming Contact:......................................... Mike Bond Office Phone (Bond):...................................................248-370-3201 Email:................................................................... bond@oakland.edu Office Fax:.....................................................................248-370-4056 Website:.............................................................www.ougrizzlies.com Mailing Address:................................................. Oakland University Athletics Center 2100 N. Squirrel Road Rochester, MI 48309

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts.................................................................1 Head Coach Pete Hovland..................................... 2-3 Assistant Coaches.................................................. 4-5 Support Staff..............................................................5 Men’s Roster..............................................................6 Men’s Bio’s.......................................................... 7-18 Women’s Roster.......................................................19 Women’s Bios.................................................... 20-32 2009-10 Men’s Season in Review..................... 33-34 2009-10 Women’s Season in Review................. 35-36 Men’s All-Time Honors..................................... 37-42 Men’s Conference History.......................................43 Men’s Coaching History..........................................44 Men’s Year-By-Year........................................... 45-48 Women’s All-Time Honors................................ 49-52 Women’s Coaching History.....................................53 Women Year-By-Year........................................ 54-56 Women’s Conference History..................................57 Men’s School, Pool, Summit, NCAA Records........58 Women’s School, Pool, Summit, NCAA Records...59 Oakland Men’s Top 10....................................... 60-61 Oakland Women’s Top 10.................................. 62-63 Men’s NCAA Division II History............................64 Women’s NCAA Division II History.......................65 This is Oakland University................................ 66-69 President Dr. Gary Russi..........................................70 OU Athletic History.................................................71 Athletic Administration...................................... 72-73 Athletic Staff............................................................74 The Summit League........................................... 75-76

CREDITS

The 2010-11 Oakland University’s Men’s and Women’s Swimming Media Guide is a publication of the Oakland University Athletic Communications office. Written and designed by Mike Bond with editorial help from Pete Hovland and Scott MacDonald. Photography: Rick Smith, Jose Juarez, Samantha Franz, Mike Bond and the OU Communications & Marketing Office. Cover Design: Mike Bond.

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Coaching Staff PETE HOVLAND Head Coach 32nd season Pete Hovland enters his 32nd season with the Oakland University Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving teams. He arrived on campus in 1979 and spent his first two years as the men’s assistant coach and the women’s head coach. In 1981, he relinquished the women’s duties to become the men’s head coach. In 2001, he added the head coaching duties for the women. OU’s men’s and women’s teams have captured the Summit League title every year the teams have been eligible for the championship, 11 years in a row for each team. His women’s teams have also won four consecutive National Independent Conference championship titles (2002-05). Seven times since OU’s move to Division I, he has seen swimmers qualify for the NCAA Championships, four for the men and three for the women. In 2008-09, Anders Jensen earned All-America honors by placing 12th in the 200-yard backstroke. The Golden Grizzlies scored five points to finish in 35th place at the NCAA Division I Championships. It was the fourth straight top 35 finish for Oakland. In 2007-08, Marcin Unold earned his second and third AllAmerica honors in the 100 and 200 back. In 2006-07, Unold earned All-American honors in the 100 back. In 2005-06, Chris Sullivan went to the national meet where he twice earned AllAmerica status and scored 22 points for the Golden Grizzlies, good for a 25th-place overall finish. Also, each year since OU’s inauguration in the Summit League, a member of the men’s and women’s teams have taken top honors in the annual meet as Summit League Swimmer of the Year. The Golden Grizzlies have done it all under Hovland, winning numerous national and conference championships. In OU’s Division II days, his men’s team finished in the top-three at the national championships in 15 of 16 appearances, including winning four consecutive NCAA titles before making the move to Division I status. Even more impressive is the fact that not one Hovland coached team, men or women, has lost a conference championship. His men’s teams have won 23 in a row while the women have captured six straight. He has also coached Oakland record-holder Tanya Korniyenko to All-American status in 2004. In 2001 and 2002, Oakland finished third in both of the men’s NIC championship and in 2001 the women finished second. Following the 2000 Summit League Championship, Tamara Swaby and Haitham Hassan were named Summit League

Swimmers of the Year. Shelley Aurit and Sean Broadbent were named the Newcomers of the Year and Hovland was tabbed Coach of the Year for the second straight year. In 1997, OU captured its fourth consecutive Division II National Championship in San Antonio, Texas. In the 1990s alone, Hovland and his team claimed four national championships, three NCAA runner-up finishes and one thirdplace mark. In his 18 years, Oakland has finished in the top three in the country 15 times, with eight second-place finishes, including five in a row from 1987-91. The success has become habitual for the man who has been selected NCAA Division II Coach of the Year six times. Hovland has had the honor of coaching the NCAA Division II Swimmer of the Year in seven of the 18 seasons he coached. Chris Zoltak was the last to win the honor, being named Division II’s top swimmer in 1994. Prior to that, former assistant coach Doug Allen captured the honor in 1991. Tracy Huth, OU’s former women’s swimming coach, won the honor three times, while Mark VanderMey won it in 1988 and Hilton Woods won it in 1989. Hovland and Woods spent September of 1988 in Seoul, South Korea, as the two main ingredients of the Netherlands-Antilles Olympic swimming team, Hovland as coach and Woods as its top swimmer. Prior to that, the pair was in Indianapolis as Woods captured a bronze medal in the 50-meter freestyle at the Pan American Games. In 2000, Hovland also has the honor of coaching Haitham Hassan at the Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia as he competed for Team Egypt. Hovland’s squad posted its first unbeaten dual meet season in

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Coaching Staff history in 1994, going 9-0. They repeated that feat in 1995 with an 8-0 dual record. Hovland reached the 100-win plateau in his 15th season as the coach of Oakland and upped his career mark to 131-49-1 in 1997-1998. In addition, OU won 16 straight GLIAC titles under Hovland, 19 overall, and were in the top three nationally for 18 of 21 years. While the success in the pool has been astounding, it has been matched by success in the classroom. The Golden Grizzlies are consistently named as an All-Academic Team by the National Swimming Coaches Association of America, and a number of OU individuals, including 1997 graduate Jay Judson, have been honored by being named to the NSCAA All-Academic Team. With his 3.74 GPA in English Literature and his many athletic accolades, Judson was awarded the prestigious $5,000 NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship in 1997, becoming the seventh OU male swimmer to do so. Prior to being handed the head coaching reins, Hovland served as an assistant to OU head coach, and now Oakland Hall of Honor member, Ernie Maglischo for two seasons, one of which was OU’s NCAA Championship year. The pair first hooked up at Chico State, where Maglischo coached Hovland. He won five individual national titles and was part of eight national championship relay squads as he was a 23-time NCAA Division II All-America. He swam on four NCAA Championship teams. In 1976, he was selected as the Far Western Conference Swimmer of the Year and was inducted into the Chico State Hall Of Honor in 1998 and the City of Chico Hall of Fame in 2009. Hovland earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education Chico State in 1976, and received his master’s degree from the Northern Iowa in 1979. Following his swimming career, Hovland was an assistant coach at Chico State and Northern Iowa.

Year W-L 1981-82 5-5 1982-83 12-1 1983-84 9-4 1984-85 5-6 1985-86 8-3 1986-87 11-3 1987-88 8-2 1988-89 8-3 1989-90 7-4 1990-91 10-3 1991-92 8-3 1992-93 5-5 1993-94 9-0 1994-95 8-0 1995-96 8-1 1996-97 8-1 1997-98 5-2 1998-99 5-5 1999-00 11-3 2000-01 5-3 2001-02 3-5 2002-03 8-5 2003-04 5-4 2004-05 3-4 2005-06 5-3 2006-07 8-4 2007-08 5-5 2008-09 8-1 2009-10 4-4 28 Years - 204-92

Men’s

Conf. Finish NCAA 1st GLIAC 3rd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 6th 1st GLIAC 3rd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 3rd 1st GLIAC 2nd 1st GLIAC 1st No GLIAC Meet 1st 1st GLIAC 1st 1st GLIAC 1st 5th NIC -4th NIC -1st Mid-Con, 3rd NIC -1st Mid-Con, 3rd NIC -1st Mid-Con; 3rd NIC -1st Mid-Con; 3rd NIC 27th 1st Mid-Con; 3rd NIC -1st Mid-Con; 3rd NIC -1st Mid-Con 25th 1st Mid-Con 35th 1st Summit 27th 1st Summit 35th 1st Summit --

Women’s Year W-L Conf. Finish NCAA 1979-80 6-4 1980-81 5-5-1 2001-02 3-6 1st Mid-Con; 1st NIC -2002-03 9-6 1st Mid-Con; 1st NIC -2003-04 10-2 1st Mid-Con; 1st NIC T-39 2004-05 8-1 1st Mid-Con; 1st NIC -2005-06 4-5-1 1st Mid-Con -2006-07 6-8 1st Mid-Con -2007-08 6-6 1st Summit League -2008-09 7-3 1st Summit League -2009-10 6-3 1st Summit -National Independents (NIC) - 1998-2005 11 Years - 70-45-2 Overall - 274-137-2 NCAA All-Americans - 99 NCAA Division II National Champions - 58 NCAA Division II National Relay Champions - 41 Summit League Ind. and Relay Champions - 371

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Coaching Staff Shawn Kornoelje

Larry Albright

Assoicate Head Coach 6th season

Diving Coach 5th season

Shawn Kornoelje is in his second season as the associate head coach and sixth overall with the Oakland swimming & diving program, and brings over 20 years of coaching experience to the OU staff. His primary responsibilities include working with distance swimmers and coordinating recruiting activities. In August, 2010, Kornoelje received the Jimi Flowers Coach of the Year Award. The award recognizes significant contributions by coaches to the inclusion of swimmers with a disability in USA Swimming programs as well in the sport of swimming. A 1991 graduate of Eastern Michigan University, Kornoelje has served in several coaching capacities in southeast Michigan since getting his start as a manager while at EMU. His first stint as a head coach came in 1990 when he took over at Ann Arbor Huron High School (MI). He led Huron to runner-up finishes at the Class A State Championship for both boys and girls in each of his two seasons there. As the head coach for the Grosse Pointe South High School (MI) girls swim team he was named Macomb Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2003.

Larry Albright is in his fourth season as the diving coach for men and women at Oakland University. Albright comes to the Golden Grizzlies after a three-year stint as a club coach for Starz Diving in Indianapolis where he worked with John Wingfield, the USA national team coach/director. He coached and administered the Starz Diving Satellite Program and was responsible for coaching the techniques and mechanics of diving while also overseeing the strength and conditioning component of the program. Albright also served as the head diving coach at Franklin Community High School for both the boys and girls programs. A native of Walled Lake, Michigan, Albright has also coached diving at his high school alma mater, Walled Lake Central. He has also worked with former OU diver and coach Buck Smith, who is now the head diving coach at Eastern Michigan and head coach of the highly successful Legacy Diving Program. During his time in the coaching ranks he has coached four high school All-Americans and six all-state performers. He has also had a pair of high school regional champions under his tutelage.

Piotr Gegotek Assistant Coach 3rd season

Kornoelje has coached club teams in the area, including the Rapids Area YMCA in Grand Rapids and the Ann Arbor Swim Club from 1991-95 and 19982000; serving first as an assistant coach and then as the head coach. Kornoelje trained national champions along with Paralympic and Olympic gold medalists during his tenure. In the mid-90s, Kornoelje was a volunteer assistant coach for the University of Michigan’s women’s swim team, which finished as the NCAA championship runners-up in 1995. He has also been a key member of the U.S. Paralympics coaching staff from 1998-2004, assisting in the training and preparation for team camps going into the 2000 Sydney Games, the 2002 World Championships in Argentina and the 2004 Athens Games, where he served as the head coach of the men’s swim team. Kornoelje’s Paralympic athletes have won numerous gold medals and set World and American Records from World Championships to the Paralympic Games. Coach Kornoelje was selected as one of the top 25 most influential coaches in 2004 for his work with the Paralympic movement by Aquatics magazine. Kornoelje coaches his wife Cheryl Angelelli, a world class Paralympic swimmer who won two bronze medals in Athens in 2004 and two silver medals at the 2008 Beijing Paralympics. Recently, Kornoelje was recently bestowed with the Order of Ikkos Medallion, presented by the United States Olympic Committee. The Order of Ikkos is a special order reserved for the coach of an Olympic/Paralympic medalist. The medallion signifies the highest level of excellence that a coach can achieve. Kornoelje earned his master’s degree in Sports Administration at Wayne State University and is certified with the American Swim Coaches Association. He and his wife currently reside in Clinton Township, Mich. with their dog, Bella.

Piotr Gegotek enters his third season as a member of the Oakland University swimming and diving coaching staff. An import from Olkusz, Poland, Gegotek is no stranger to the pool. He swam for four seasons for California State Bakersfield, where he was a seven-time NCAA Division II national champion and 20-time All-America. He holds the all-time school record in the 100 free with a time of 44.34, as well as swimming legs on the school record 400 medley and 800 free relay teams. 08.

In addition, Gegotek coached for the Bakersfield Club team in 2007-

Gegotek has a bacgelor’s in business and administration from Bakersfield (‘07) and a MBA from Oakland (‘10).

Blaine Dolcetti Volunteer Assistant Coach 6th season Blaine Dolcetti is in his sixth season on the coaching staff for men’s and women’s swimming at Oakland University. He was a student assistant in 2005-06 and has been a volunteer assistant since the fall of 2006. Dolcetti earned four letters in swimming for Oakland. As a senior in 2004-05 at the Summit League Championships, he won the 100 and 200-yard butterfly events and swam on four championship relay squads. For his career, Dolcetti won five individual and six relay championships in the Summit League. A native of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Dolcetti has degrees in computer engineering and electrical engineering for Oakland. He resides in Auburn Hills, Mich.

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Coaching/Support Staff Sophia Gustafsson

Mike Bond

Assistant Coach 1st season

Athletic Communications Assistant 3rd year

Sophia Gustafsson is in her first season as an assistant coach for the Oakland University swimming and diving team. She will work closely with associate head coach Shawn Kornoelje and the distance group. Gustafsson is no stranger to Oakland as she was a 10-time Summit League champion and the league Swimmer of the Year as a junior and senior. She won the 500-yard freestyle three times and captured the 1650 free and 400 individual medley twice each as well as swimming on three championship relay teams. Gustafsson still holds school record in the 400 IM (4:20.67 - 2009) and 800 free relay (7:24.02 - 2009). She also has the second fastest time in OU history in the 500, 1000 and 1650 free events. A native of Djursholm, Sweden, Gustafsson has a B.A. in business from Oakland. Her younger sister, Johanna, is currently a junior on the swim team at OU. Gustafsson resides in Rochester, Mich.

James Wike Assistant Coach 1st season James Wike is in his first year as an assistant coach for the Oakland University Swimming and Diving program. He will work closely with the backstrokers and individual medley swimmers.

Wike was a nine-time NCAA Division I All-America at Auburn, where he helped the Tigers win the national championships both seasons he was there. He swam on three Southeastern Conference championship relay teams and ranks among the top 10 in school history in the 200-yard individual medley, 200 breaststroke and the 100 and 200 backstroke.

Mike Bond is in his second year as the Athletic Communications Assistant and third overall at Oakland University. He had served as a Media Relations Intern at OU from Jan. to May 2008. Bond will be the primary contact for men’s and women’s swimming and diving. Bond has nearly 22 years of experience. He has had head positions at Cal State Monterey Bay and Graceland (Iowa) as well as assistant positions at Eastern Michigan, Montana State Billings, San Francisco State and Texas-Pan American. Bond has served as Director of Press Box Operations at the 2001 CCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships and Tri Meet Director at the 2003 RMAC/NCAA West Regional Wrestling Championships. In addition, he worked with the Olympic Track and Field programs of four countries (British West Indies, Nigeria, Surinam and the U.S.) at the 1996 Summer Olympics and all three of his wrestling media guides at SFSU were ranked among the top 20 in the nation by Wrestling USA and among the top six by Amateur Wrestling News. A native of Ypsilanti, Mich., Bond attended Macomb Community College where he earned one letter in tennis. He transferred to Eastern Michigan University earning a B.S. in History and a Michigan Secondary Teaching Certificate in 1993. While at Eastern, Bond was a RHA Floor Governor for three and a 1/2 years, a freshman orientation group leader for four years, a REC/IM sports official/supervisor for five years and was named the 1990-91 REC/IM Sports Official of the Year. Away from the office, Bond umpires adult slow pitch softball for Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation. He is single and resides in Holly, Mich.

Wike qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trial semifinals in 2004 and ‘08 and was a volunteer assistant coach at Auburn during its national championship season in 2009. He is finishing up a degree in interdisciplinary studies from Auburn.

Todd Wohlfeil

A native of Sterling, Ill., Wike was a three-time state champion in the 100 back, won the 200 IM as a senior and earned all-state honors eight times at Sterling HS. His brother Spencer swam at Maryland while his sister Emily is a senior at Oakland. Wike resides in Rochester, Mich.

Strength and Conditioning Coach 4th season

Matt Herrema

Assistant Athletic Trainer 1st season

Todd Wohlfeil is in his third year as

the strength and conditioning coach at Oakland University. He is available to all of Oakland’s 16

Entering his first year as assistant athletic trainer at Oakland University, Matt Herrema will be the primary contact for men’s and women’s swimming and diving.

varsity sports as a strength and conditioning specialist as well as supervising the day-to-day activities in OU’s varsity weight room.

Prior to Oakland, Herrema gained experience working as a graduate assistant at Seton Hall University in South Orange, N.J. During his time working there he was able to gain clinical experience working with the New York Jets of the National Football League, as well as working with the Rutgers University Lacrosse team.

Herrema is a BOC Certified Athletic Trainer and is also National Safety Council First Aid certified, American Red Cross certified in both CPR and AED use. He is also a member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA), Eastern Athletic Trainers’ Association (EATA) and the Athletic Trainers’ Society of New Jersey (ATSNJ).

most of his experience coming from right next door to the athletics department

A 2007 graduate of Calvin College with a degree in Physical Education Exercise Science, Herrema completed his master’s in Athletic Training at Seton Hall in 2010.

Wohlfeil is no stranger to Oakland, earning a B.S. in Health Science in

2005. He has been working as a personal trainer in the area since 2000, with

in the OU Student Recreation Center. He currently is beginning work on his graduate degree in physical therapy.

Wohlfeil and his wife, Deanna, reside in Rochester, Mich.

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2010-11 Men’s Roster

Name Alex Aceino John Bonzelaar Adam Cone Amr Elwy el Sayed Nick Evans Kyle Gifford Tobias Hansen Grant Harding Zach Johnson Matyas Keresztes Joe Knight Jordan Knudsen Andre Latour John Ledda Anthony Lindahl Mark Loegel Anthony Malec Michellangelo Marica Tim Montague Jordan Moses Antonio Page-Kahn Pat Richardson Joe Rodgers Jordon Staelgraeve Matt Sytsma Marcin Unold Ben Utesch John Williams Josh Wolf Ian Wood Scott Yarbrough Jordan Zendejas

Ht. 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-4 5-9 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 5-7 6-0 6-4 5-9 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-0 5-8 6-0 5-9

2010-11 Oakland University Golden Grizzlies Yr. Events Hometown/Previous School So. Fly/Free Midlothian, Vir. - Midlothian HS Fr. Back/Fly Holland, Mich. - West Ottawa HS Fr. Breast Grand Rapids, Mich. - Northview HS Fr. Free/IM Alexandria, Egypt - El Abasego HS So. Free Rochester Hills, Mich. - Maryland Jr. Fly/Free Grand Rapids, Mich. - Forest Hills Central HS So. Back/IM Kastrup, Denmark - HTX Sukkertoppen Fr. Free/Back Guelph, Ontario, Canada - Guelph Secondary School Fr. Sprints/IM/Fly Sioux Falls, S.D. - O’Gorman HS Fr. Sprints Sasd, Hungary - Bolyai Janos Gimnazium So. Fly/Free Olathe, Kan. - Olathe East HS So. Free Millington, Mich. - Vassar HS So. Breast/Free Rochester Hills, Mich. - Auburn Hills Avondale HS Sr. Free/Fly/IM Monroe, Mich. - Monroe HS Fr. Fly/Free Kalamazoo, Mich. - Loy Norrix HS Jr. Free/Fly Kalamazoo, Mich. - Otsego HS So. Free/Fly Hartland, Mich. - Hartland HS So. Free/Breast Taylor, Mich. - Brownstown Woodhaven HS Jr. Free Ashland, Ohio - Firestone HS So. Back/Fly/Free Hamilton, Mich. - Hamilton HS Fr. Diving Albuquerque, N.M. - Cibola HS So. Free/Back Ypsilanti, Mich. - Ann Arbor Huron HS Jr. Back/Breast/IM Hesston, Kan. - Hesston HS Fr. Sprint/Fly Monroe, Mich. - Monroe HS So. Free/Fly Bryon Center, Mich. - Bryon Center HS Sr. Back/Free Gliwice, Poland - SMS Oswiecim So. Fly/Back Ames, Iowa - Ames HS Sr. Fly/Free/IM White Lake, Mich. - Lakeland HS So. Free/Fly Canton, Ohio - Central Catholic HS Fr. Fly Grand Rapids, Mich. - Northview HS Jr. Breast/IM Tecumseh, Mich. - Tecumseh HS Fr. Diving Waterford, Mich. - Clarkston HS

Head Coach: Pete Hovland, 32nd year Associate Head Coach: Shawn Kornoelje, 6th year Diving Coach: Larry Albright, 4th year Assistant Coach: Piotr Gegotek, 3rd year Assistant Coach: Sophia Gustafsson, 1st year Student Assistant Coach: James Wike, 1st year Volunteer Assistant Coach: Blaine Dolcetti, 6th year

Pronunciation Guide Alex Aceino.......................................................... ace-in-oh John Bonzelaar............................................... bonds-za-lar Amr el Sayed.............................................. amer - el-sy-ed Matyas Keresztes..................... mott-tee-us cara-rest-tees Tyler Laurain........................................................... la-rain Mark Loegel...................................................................logo Michellangelo Marica......................................ma-reek-uh Jordon Staelgraeve.............................................stall-grave Matt Systma......................................................... sights-ma Marcin Unold....................................... mar-seen ooh-nold Ben Utesch............................................................you-tesch Jordan Zendejas....................................................zend-has

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Returners ALEX ACEINO Sophomore - Fly/Free Midlothian, Virginia 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Swam 49.19 to win the 100-yard butterfly, was second in the 200 fly, third in the 500 freestyle and was on the championship 200 and 400 medley relay teams ... Both of his fly times rank among the top 10 in school history ... Named Summit League Swimmer of the Week for Nov. 10 ... An Academic All-League selection. Club: Was a member of the 200 and 400 Medley relay squads that won the NSCA Junior National championships ... The 200 medley relay broke the 15-18/17-18 USA Swimming national age group record... Qualified for the junior nationals in nine events, six freestyle and three butterflies ... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Son of Susan and Mark Aceino ... Has a brother, Adam ... Aceino is majoring in biology.

Aceino’s Career Bests 100 Fly................................................ 49.19............ 2/18/10 200 Fly............................................. 1:49.56............ 2/18/10 50 Free................................................ 21.67............ 12/3/09 100 Free.............................................. 47.57............ 12/3/09 200 Free........................................... 1:44.04............ 12/3/09 500 Free........................................... 4:35.62............ 2/18/10 1000 Free......................................... 9:44.35.......... 10/23/09

KYLE GIFFORD Junior - Free/Fly Grand Rapids, Michigan - Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central HS 2008-09: Swam 49.91 to finish second in the “B” final of the 100-yard freestyle at the Michigan Open ... Swam a career best of 22.45 in the 50 free at the Michigan Open. 2008-09: Swam career-best times in the 50 free (22.49), 100 free (49.69), 200 free (1:53.43) and 100 butterfly (55.76) ... An Academic All-League selection. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central High School: Four-year letterwinner under coach Dennis Neat and also served as team captain ... Earned all-state honors in the 200-yard medley and 400 freestyle relay as a senior ... Helped team to 45th and 5th place in the state as a junior and senior, respectively ... Was an honor roll student all four years. Personal: Son of Sharon and Keith Gifford ... Has one brother, Ken ... Enjoys video games and music ... Gifford is majoring in biology.

Gifford’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................22.45.............. 2/12/10 100 Free......................................................49.69................ 2/6/09 100 Fly........................................................55.76.............. 2/16/09

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Veterans JOE KNIGHT Sophomore - Fly/Free Olathe, Kansas - Olathe East HS 2009-10: Qualified for three championship finals at The Summit League Championships ... Was fourth in the 500-yard freestyle (4:36.23) and 200 butterfly (1:51.91) and fifth in the 200 free (1:42.56) ... All three times were career bests. Olathe East High School: Earned four letters in swimming for coach Dave Youker… Helped lead his team to the state championship as a senior ... Was runner-up in the 200 free and third in the 100 fly at the state meet as a senior. Personal: Son of Joanne and Michael Knight ... Has two brothers, Justin and Austin ... Knight is undecided on his major.

Knight’s Career Bests 200 Free.................................................. 1:42.56.............. 2/18/10 500 Free.................................................. 4:36.23.............. 2/18/10 1000 Free................................................ 9:56.31.............. 1/23/10 100 Fly........................................................53.15.............. 12/3/09 200 Fly.................................................... 1:51.91.............. 2/18/10

ANDRE LATOUR Sophomore - Breast/IM Rochester Hills, Michigan - Avondale HS 2009-10: Was runner-up in the “C” final in the 50-yard freestyle (23.43) at the Michigan Open ... Recorded four career bests at the Michigan Open. Auburn Hills Avondale High School: Earned four letters in swimming for coach Karl Hodgen … Was team MVP as a sophomore. Personal: Son of Jane and Jean Latour ... Has a brother, Steven and a sister, Sheri ... Latour is majoring in health sciences.

Latour’s Career Bests 100 Breast............................................... 1:03.87.............. 2/12/10 200 Breast............................................... 2:19.47.............. 2/12/10

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Veterans JOHN LEDDA Senior - Free/IM Monroe, Michigan - Monroe HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Finished third in the 400-yard individual medley (4:09.65, career best) ... Scored in the 200 butterfly and the 1650 freestyle ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Swam career-best marks in almost all events competed in, including the 500 free (4:51.44), 1650 free (16:43.61), 200 IM (1:59.48), 200 breaststroke (2:23.91), 100 fly (56.08) and 200 fly (1:57.53) ... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... An Academic All-League selection. 2007-08: Was named Newcomer of the Year at The Summit League Championships ... Was fourth in the 400 IM (4:13.63) and sixth in the 1,650 freestyle (17:00.21). Monroe High School: Earned four letters in swimming … Awarded Most Valuable Swimmer in 2004 and the Coach’s Award in ‘06… Earned all-conference honors in all four seasons … Top time in the 200 freestyle was 1:49.49 … National Honor Society member. Personal: Son of Tracy and John Ledda … Ledda is majoring in studio arts with a speciality in drawing.

Ledda’s Career Bests 500 Free.................................................. 4:51.44.............. 12/4/08 1000 Free.............................................. 10:07.83.............. 1/16/09 1650 Free.............................................. 16:43.61.............. 12/4/08 400 IM..................................................... 4:09.65.............. 2/18/10

MARK LOEGEL Junior - Free/Fly Kalamazoo, Michigan - Otsego HS 2009-10: Finished among the top 16 in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Scored in the 100yard butterfly and 50 and 100 freestyle events. 2008-09: Swam career-best times in the 50 free (20.97), 100 free (47.21), 100 backstroke (58.78), 100 fly (50.73), 200 fly (1:58.49) ... An Academic All-League selection. Otsego High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Darryl Belton and was team captain for two years ... Garnered all-state honors in 2006 and 2008 as a sophomore and senior .. Earned all-district and all-league accolades in all four years of his high school career ... Set school records in the 200-yard medley, 200 individual medley, 200 freestyle, 500 free and 200 free relay .... Holds the pool record at Hamilton High School in the 100 fly ... Helped lead his team to league championships in 2005 and 2006 ... Honor roll student for six trimesters. Personal: Son of Monica and Daniel Loegel ... Has one brother, Thomas. ... Enjoys hiking, biking, paintball and playing video games ... Loegel is majoring in psychology.

Loegel’s Career Bests 50 Free................................................ 20.97............ 2/19/09 100 Free.............................................. 46.67............ 2/19/09 100 Fly................................................ 50.71............ 2/19/09 100 Fly............................................. 1:58.49.............. 2/6/09

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Veterans ANTHONY MALEC Sophomore - Sprints/Fly Hartland, Michigan - Hartland HS 2009-10: At the prestigious Miami Invitational, recorded career bests in the 100 and 200-yard freestyle events (54:10, 1:58.68, respectively). Hartland High School: Earned four letters in swimming for coach Scott Teeters… Qualified for the Division I state meet in the 100 fly and 100 back as a senior. Personal: Son of Vicky and AJ Malec ... Malec is planning on majoring in business administration.

Malec’s Career Bests 50 Free................................................ 24:45............ 1/23/10 100 Free.............................................. 54.10............ 12/3/09 200 Free........................................... 1:58.68............ 12/3/09 100 Fly................................................ 57.25............ 2/12/10

MICHELLANGELO MARICA Sophomore - Breast/Fly/Free Taylor, Michigan - Woodhaven High School 2009-10: Swam a career-best of 1:02.14 to win the “B” final of the 100-yard breaststroke at the Michigan Open ... Runner-up in the “B” final of the 100 butterfly (54.51, career best). Woodhaven High School: Earned four letters in swimming for coach Sean Kelly… Qualified for the Division II state meet in the 100 and 200 free as a senior. Personal: Son of Joan and Maichel Marica ... Has two brothers, Gene and Joel ... Marica is majoring in biology.

Marica’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................22.70.............. 12/3/09 100 Free......................................................50.14.............. 12/3/09 100 Breast............................................... 1:02.14.............. 2/12/10 100 Fly........................................................54.51.............. 2/12/10

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Veterans TIM MONTAGUE Junior - Free Ashland, Ohio - Firestone HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Swam 15:41.52 to sucessfully defend his title in the 1650-yard freestyle ... Also won the 500 free (4:33.58), swam on the championship 800 free relay and was third in the 200 free (1:40.76, career best) ... Swam 9:29.67 in winning the 1000 free against Eastern Michigan ... It was the second fastest time in school history and earned him Summit League Swimmer of the Week ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Earned first team honors at The Summit League Championships ... Swam 15:37.86 to win the 1650 free, missing the school record by 2.07 seconds ... Was runner-up in the 500 free (4:31.40) and fifth in the 200 free (1:41.24). Firestone High School: Four-year letterwinner for Cindy Virdo and served as captain for one year ... Earned All-American honors nine times ... Named team MVP in 2007 and 2008 as a junior and senior ... Helped lead his team to two Ohio Northeast Championships in 2005 and 2007 as a freshman and junior ... Holds the school record in the 500 free with a time of 4:32.70 ... Finished fourth in the 200 and 500 free at the state championship meet as a senior. Personal: Son of Lisa and David Montague ... Has three siblings, Chris, Jeff and Megan. ... Enjoys reading ... Montague is majoring in accounting.

Montague’s Career Bests 200 Free.................................................. 1:40.76.............. 2/18/10 500 Free.................................................. 4:31.40.............. 2/19/09 1000 Free................................................ 9:29.67................ 1/9/10 1650 Free.............................................. 15:37.86.............. 2/19/09

JORDAN MOSES Freshman - Back/Fly/Free Hamilton, Michigan - Hamilton HS

2009-10: Was among the top 16 in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Scored in the 100-yard butterfly and 100 and 200 backstroke events ... Recorded career best in all three events at the championships ... An Academic All-League selection. Hamilton High School: Earned four letters for coach Eric Talsma … Won the 100 fly and 100 back to help his team win the Division 3 state championship as a senior ... Was runner-up at the state meet in the 100 back as a junior Earned four letters in track. Personal: Son of Elizabeth and Jerome Moses ... Has a brother, Chris and a sister, Angie ... Moses is majoring in elementary education.

Moses’s Career Bests 100 Free.............................................. 47.94............ 12/3/09 100 Back............................................. 53.05............ 2/18/10 200 Back.......................................... 1:55.25............ 2/18/10 100 Fly................................................ 52.17............ 2/18/10

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Veterans PATRICK RICHARDSON Sophomore - Back/Free Ypsilanti, Michigan - Ann Arbor Huron HS 2009-10: Finished among the top 16 in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Scored in the 50yard freestyle and 100 and 200 backstroke events ... Swam a career-best of 51.34 in the 100 back to place second in the championship final at the Michigan Open ... An Academic All-League selection. Ann Arbor Huron High School: Earned four letters in swimming for coach Kelton Graham … Earned all-state honors in the 50 free and 100 back in each of his last two seasons. Personal: Son of Valerie and John Richardson ... Has a brother, Ian and a sister, Erica Tibbals ... His mom swam at Michigan State and his dad swam at Eastern Michigan ... His cousin, Bill Richardson, played water polo at George Washington ... Richardson is majoring in cinematic studies.

Richardson’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................21.83.............. 2/18/10 100 Free......................................................49.69.............. 2/12/10 100 Back.....................................................51.34.............. 2/12/10 200 Back................................................. 1:55.45.............. 2/18/10

JOE RODGERS Junior - Back/Breast/IM Hesston, Kansas - Hesston HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Won the 400-yard individual medley with a time of 3:58.22, the fifth fastest in school history ... Was runner-up in the 200 breaststroke (2:03.41) and the 200 IM (1:50.89, Top 10 in school history) ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Earned second team all-league honors at The Summit League Championships for finishing runner-up in the 200 IM (1:52.48), 400 IM (4:03.36) and 200 breast (2:06.10) ... An Academic All-League selection. Hesston High School: Named a Scholastic All-American in 2007 as a junior ... Was a finalist in multiple events at the 2008 USA Sectional meet in Columbus, Mo. ... An honor roll student all four years ... Graduated with honors ... Also lettered in football, where he helped his team win a regional championship in 2005 as a freshman and league, bi-district and District II titles in 2006 as a sophomore. Personal: Son of Jean and Robert Rodgers ... Enjoys fishing, hunting, sports, lifting weights and swimming ... Relative, Timothy Schloneger played football at Augustana College ... Rodgers is majoring in communication.

Rodgers’s Career Bests 100 Back............................................. 53.93.......... 10/25/08 200 Back.......................................... 1:52.70............ 12/4/08 100 Breast........................................... 57.42............ 2/19/09 200 Breast........................................ 2:05.33............ 12/3/09 200 IM............................................. 1:50.89............ 2/18/10 400 IM............................................. 3:58.22............ 2/18/10

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Veterans MATT SYTSMA Sophomore - Fly/Sprints Byron Center, Michigan - Grand Rapids South Christian HS 2009-10: Placed among the top 16 in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Scored in the 100yard butterfly and 50 and 100 freestyle events ... At the Michigan Open, was second in the 50 free and third in the 100 fly, both in the championship final. Grand Rapids South Christian High School: Earned four letters in swimming for coach Brian Bloc … Finished third in the 50 free at the Division 1 state meet as a senior. Personal: Son of Dianne and Kurt Sytsma ... Has a brother, Brad ... Sytsma is majoring in business administration.

Sytsma’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................21.54.............. 2/12/10 100 Free......................................................47.02.............. 2/12/10 200 Free.................................................. 1:44.81.............. 2/12/10 100 Fly........................................................51.49.............. 2/12/10

MARCIN UNOLD Senior - Back/Free Gliwice, Poland - SMS Oswiecim 2009-10: Redshirt. 2008-09: Earned first team honors in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Swam on the school, league and meet record-setting 400 (2:55.95), and 800 freestyle (6:30.71) relay teams ... Swam on the 200 free relay (1:24.44), which set a new league and meet record ... All three relays were NCAA `B’ cuts ... Was runner-up in the 100 backstroke (47.31) and 200 back (1:44.47), both of which were NCAA `B’ cuts .... Finished third in the 50 free (20.52) .... Hit two additional `B’ cuts at the Miami Invitational in the 100 back (47.77) and 100 free (43.62) ... Was named Summit League Athlete of the Week on three occasions. 2007-08: Broke seven meet and three school records en route to being named Swimmer of the Year at The Summit League Championships ... Successfully defended his titles in the 100 and 200 back events (46.77, 1:43.57, respectively) ... Both times were meet and school records and automatically qualified him for the NCAA Championships ... There, he placed fifth in the 200 back with a time of 1:42.03, making him a Mid-Major All-American and ninth in the 100 back with a time of 46.55 ... Both times were school records...Back at the Summit League Championship, he placed first in the 50 free for the second straight year (20.40, sixth fastest in Oakland history) ... Swam on the championship 200 and 400 medley and 400 free relay squads .. All three relays broke meet records, hit the NCAA “B” cut and the medley broke the school record .. On the opening leg of the 800 free relay, he swam 1:35.87 to set a meet and school record. 2006-07: Had an outstanding freshman year as he was named the Mid-Con Newcomer of the Year ... Earned All-Mid-Con First team honors in six events ... He set school and conference records in the 100 and 200 back events ... Unold also won the 50 free and swam on three championship relay squads (200 medley, 400 medley and 400 free) ... At the NCAA Division I Championships, he placed 13th in the 100 back to earn All-American honors ... In addition, he set school records in the 100 and 200 back events. Prior to Oakland: Swam three years for SMS Oswiecim in Poland. Personal: Son of Anna and Krzysztof Unold ... Unold is majoring in communication.

Unold’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................20.34.............. 12/4/08 100 Free......................................................43.89.............. 2/21/08 200 Free.................................................. 1:35.87.............. 2/21/08 100 Back.....................................................46.55.............. 3/15/08 200 Back................................................. 1:42.03.............. 3/15/08

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Veterans BEN UTESCH Sophomore - Fly/Back Ames, Iowa - Ames HS 2009-10: Qualified for a championship final at The Summit League Championship ... Was fourth in the 100-yard backstroke ... Scored in the 100 and 200 butterfly events. Ames High School: Earned three letters in swimming for coach Dan Flannery… Won the 100 back and was runner-up in the 100 fly to help his team to a second place finish at the state championship meet ... Qualified for the state meet in the 100 fly all four seasons and three times in the 100 back. Personal: Son of Barb and Greg Utesch ... Has a brother, Caleb and a sister, Libby ... Utesch plans on majoring in business administration.

Utesch’s Career Bests 100 Back.....................................................51.25.............. 2/18/10 200 Back................................................. 2:02.26.............. 12/3/09 100 Fly........................................................51.74.............. 2/18/10 200 Fly.................................................... 1:54.42.............. 2/18/10

BEN VAVRA Junior - Breast/Free Bryon, Illinois - Bryon HS 2009-10: Qualified for three championship finals at The Summit League Championship ... Was third in the 50yard freestyle (20.86) and 100 breaststroke (57.24) and was fourth in the 100 fee (46.57) ... All three times were career bests ... Also swam on the championship 200 medley relay team ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Qualified for three finals at The Summit League Championship ... Finished third in the 200 breast (2:06.67), fourth in the 100 breast (56.16) and sixth in the 50 free (21.02) ... An Academic All-League Selection. Byron High School:Earned four lettersin swimming and diving ... Garnered All-America honors as a senior in the 100-yard breaststroke, 200 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay ... Tallied a third-place finish at state championship in 100 breast with a time of 58.29, earning all-state honors ... Swam a time of 21.73 in the 50 free at state meet to finish in 11th place, tallying all-state honorable mention honors ... Won 50 free at sectional championships as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Won four consecutive conference titles in the 100 breast ... Helped guide team to four straight sectional and conference championships ... Collected all-conference honors in final three seasons and selected as team most valuable performer as a freshman, junior and senior ... Also lettered in track and field for three seasons, along with football for one ... Won state title as part of the 4x400-meter relay team as a senior ... Named track MVP for final two seasons ... Holds school record in 50 free, 100 breast, 200 medley relay and 200 free relay. Personal: Son of Karen and Randy Vavra ... Has four siblings, Jake, MacKenzie, Monroe and Madelyn ... Enjoys reading, running and playing ultimate frisbee ...Vara is majoring in biology.

Vavra’s Career Bests 50 Free................................................ 20.86............ 2/18/10 100 Free.............................................. 46.57............ 2/18/10 100 Breast........................................... 57.24............ 2/18/10 200 Breast........................................ 2:18.33.............. 1/9/10

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Veterans JOHN WILLIAMS Senior - Fly/IM White Lake, Michigan - Lakeland HS 2009-10: Scored in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Finished seventh in the 1650-yard freestyle ... Also scored in the 500 free and the 400 individual medley ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Swam career-best times in almost all events competed in, including the 50 freestyle (23.42), 200 free (1:50.65), 100 breaststroke (1:01.87), 100 butterfly (55.27) and 200 fly (2:02.01). 2007-08: Clocked four of his career-best times at the Miami Invitational Nov. 29. White Lake Lakeland High School: Earned three letters in swimming ... Named team captain as a senior ... Swam a lifetime-best time of 58.30 in the 100-yard butterfly ... Top 200-yard freestyle time was 1:56.32 ... Selected to the Academic All-State Team as a sophomore, junior and senior. Personal: Son of Amy and John Williams … Williams is majoring in biology.

Williams’s Career Bests 500 Free........................................... 4:44.87............ 2/18/10 1000 Free....................................... 10:03.07.......... 10/23/09 1650 Free....................................... 16:29.39............ 12/3/09 200 Fly............................................. 2:02.01............ 1/16/09 400 IM............................................. 4:13.12............ 2/18/10

JOSH WOLF Sophomore - Free/Fly Canton, Ohio - Central Catholic HS 2008-09: Swam career-best times in almost all events competed in, including the 50 freestyle (23.42), 200 free (1:50.65), 100 breaststroke (1:01.87), 100 butterfly (55.27) and 200 fly (2:02.01). 2007-08: Clocked four of his career-best times at the Miami Invitational Nov. 29. White Lake Lakeland High School: Earned three letters in swimming ... Named team captain as a senior ... Swam a lifetime-best time of 58.30 in the 100-yard butterfly ... Top 200-yard freestyle time was 1:56.32 ... Selected to the Academic AllState Team as a sophomore, junior and senior. Personal: Son of Amy and John Williams … Williams is majoring in biology.

Wolf’s Career Bests 100 Free.............................................. 47.62............ 2/18/10 100 Fly................................................ 55.29.............. 2/6/09

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Veterans SCOTT YARBROUGH Junior - Breast/IM Tecumseh, Michigan - Tecumseh HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Won the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke events (55.76, 2:03.39, respectively) ... Swam on the championship 200 and 400 medley relay teams. 2008-09: Earned first team honors at The Summit League Championships ... Swam 2:02.19 to win the 200 breast ... Was runner-up in the 100 breast (55.65) and fifth in the 200 individual medley (1:56.07) ... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... An Academic All-League Selection. Tecumseh High School: Four-year letterwinner for coach Pete Zuk and served as captain for two years ... Is a two-time All-American in the 100 breast ... Garnered all-state honors in all four years of his high school career ... Swam his way to all-area honors as a junior and a senior ... Earned all-conference honors all four years ... Holds the Southeastern Conference record in the 100 breaststroke ... Also holds school records in the 200 IM, 100 butterfly and 100 breast ... Helped his team to third place in the Division III State Championship in 2008, where he earned first place in the 200 medley relay and 100 breast as a senior ... Was also a part of the South East Conference division co-championship team as a junior ... Was an honor roll student for all four years ... Also a member of the National Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes varsity club... A four-year Scholar Athlete. Personal: Son of Ann and Richard Yarbrough ... Has two brothers, Matthew and Andrew ... Enjoys wakeboarding, tubing, outdoor activities and video games ... Yarbrough is majoring in integrative studies. Yarbrough’s Career Bests 100 Breast...................................................55.65.............. 2/19/09 200 Breast............................................... 2:02.19.............. 2/19/09 200 IM..................................................... 1:56.07.............. 2/19/09

HILTON WOODS

Netherlands Antilles 1984 - Los Angeles, California 100M Freestyle

Dario Di Fazio

Venezuela 1992 - Barcelona, Spain 1996 - Atlanta, Georgia Diving

1988 - Seoul, South Korea 50 & 100M Free - Top 16 in both

Golden Grizzlies At The Summer Olympics

HAITHAM HASSAN

Egypt 2000 - Sydney, Australia 100M Backstroke, 100M Butterfly, 200M Individual Medley

SCOTT DICKENS

Canada 2004 - Athens, Greece 100M Breaststroke

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Newcomers JOHN BONZELAAR

TOBIAS HANSEN

Freshman Holland, Michigan - West Ottawa HS

Sophomore Kastrup, Denmark - HTX Sukkertoppen

Holland West Ottawa High School: Earned four letters for coach Steve Bowyer ... Swam on the Division I state championship 200-yard medley relay squad as a senior ... Earned all-state honors in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke as a senior ... Won two letters in water polo. Personal: Son of Tamsin Troff and Robert Bonzelaar ... has a sister, Erin Dumez (23) ... Bonzelaar is planning on majoring in mechanical engineering.

ADAM CONE Freshman Grand Rapids, Michigan - Northview HS

Tecumseh High School: Earned four letters for coach Rob Damuth ... Won the 100-yard breaststroke as a junior at the Division 2 state championships ... Was a seven-time all-state honoree ... Two-time All-America ... Made the Grand Rapids Press All-Area team three times ... Set the school record in the 100 breast (57.74) as a senior ... Lettered in soccer and track. Personal: Son of Sandra and Skip Cone ... has a sister, Amanda (24) and a brother, Jeremy (34) ... Cone is planning on majoring in health sciences.

AMR el SAYED Freshman Alexandria, Egypt - El Abasego HS

International Experience: In 2010 won five medals at the African Junior Games ... Has won four gold medals at the Egyptian Junior Nationals ... Holds the Egyptian Under-18 record in the 400 and 800-yard freestyle ... Coach by Haitham Hassan, an Olympic swimmer who won six Summit League titles while swimming for Oakland

International Experience: Four-time Danish national champion in the backstroke and individual medley ... Four-time Nordic Junior champion in the backstroke and individual medley ... Member of the Junior and Senior National teams Personal: Son of Anni and Jan Urban Hansen ... Has twin brothers, Nicolai and Jacob (20) ... His Great-Grandfather, from Copenhagen, was one of the first to phone across the Atlantic Ocean ... Hansen is majoring in business.

GRANT HARDING Freshman Guelph, Ontario, Canada - Guelph C.I.

Guelph C.I.: Earned seven medals, including four golds, at the high school provincial championships ... Won the Eastern Canadian Championship in the 50-yard freestyle ... Placed among the top four in three other events at the Eastern Canadian Championship ... Fourtime district all-star. International Experience: Member of the 2010 Junior Pan Pacific Championship team. Personal: Son of Beverly and Michael Harding ... Has a brother Jason (20) ... Majoring in elementary education.

Personal: Son of Amal Hamed and Elwy el Sayed ... el Sayed is majoring in mechanical engineering.

NICK EVANS

ZACH JOHNSON

Sophomore Rochester Hills, Michigan - Maryland

Freshman Sioux Falls, S.D. - O’Gorman HS

Maryland: Qualified for the consolation finals in the 200 and 500-yard freestyle events at the ACC Championships ... Swam on the fourth place 800 free relay team at the ACC Championships ... Swam career-bests of 4:28.84 (500 free) and 15:42.56 (16500 free), both among the top six in school history. Rochester High School: Earned four letters for coach Mike Weaver ... Two-time Division 1 state champion in the 500 free ... Two-time state runner-up in the 200 free ... Earned all-state honors five time ... Three-time All-America

O’Gorman High School: Earned four letters in swimming ... Earned four letters in soccer ... Two-time all-state honoree Personal: Son of Jeannie and David Johnson ... Has six siblings, Ben (14), Sam (9), Dominic (6), Bella (4) and Molly (2) ... Johnson is planning on majoring in biology.

Personal: Son of Theresa and Alan Evans ... Has two sisters Haley (16) and Madeline (13) ... Evans is majoring in health sciences.

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Newcomers MATYAS KERESZTES

JORDON STAELGRAEVE

Freshman Sasd, Hungary - Bolyai Janos Gimnazium

Freshman Monroe, Michigan - Monroe HS

International Experience: Swam in the European Championships in Aug. 2010. Personal: Son of Sziwia Lehocz and Sandor Keresztes ... Has a brother, Sandor (17) ... Keresztes is planning on majoring in business.

JORDAN KNUDSEN

Monroe High School: Earned four letters ... Earned Division 1 all-state honors by placing eighth in the 50-yard freestyle as a senior ... Helped his team win the Mega Red Championship his first two seasons ... Swam 1:02.18 to set the Mega Red record in the 100 breaststroke ... Team MVP as a junior. Personal: Son of Tammie and Donald Staelgraeve ... Has a sister, Stephanie (20) and a brother (T.J. (29) ... Staelgraeve is planning on majoring in health sciences.

Sophomore Millington, Michigan - Vassar HS

Vassar High School: Earned four letters in basketball for coach Chuck Fabbro ... Averaged 13.6 points and 7.3 rebounds a game as a senior ... Named to the Tri-Valley Conference East Division and All-Thumb second teams. Personal: Son of Kristie and Scott Knudsen ... Has five siblings, Jamison (18), Jillian (17), Jayce (8), Jolie (6) and Jett (5) ... Knudsen is planning on majoring in biology.

ANTHONY LINDAHL Freshman Kalamazoo, Michigan - Loy Norrix HS

Loy Norrix High School: Earned four letters for coach Paul Mahar ... Earned Division2 allstate honors by placing fifth in the 200-yard freestyle as a senior ... Scored in the100 butterflyfree at the state championships as a senior ...Won the Big 16 Conference title in the 200 free as a junior ... Two-time team MVP ... Holds school records in six events

IAN WOOD Freshman Grand Rapids, Michigan - Northview HS

Grand Rapids Northview High School: Earned four letters for coach Rob Damuth ... Earned Division 2 all-state honors seven times ... State runner-up in the 100-yard butterfly as a junior ... Three-time team MVP ... Holds the school record in the 100 fly.

Personal: Son of Mary Anne Wood and Steve Wood ... Has a brother, Gus (11) ... Wood is planning majoring in mechanical engineering.

Personal: Son of Kim and William Feenstra ... has a brother, Brian (16) and a sister, Christina (15) ... Lindahl is planning majoring in psychology.

ANTONIO PAGE-KAHN Freshman Albuquerque, N.M. - Cibola HS

Cibola High School: Earned two letters in diving ... Qualified for the state championship as a junior ... Competed in the junior and senior zone diving championships. Personal: Son of Tabitha Page-Kahn and Chris Kahn ... Has two siblings, Reyes (13) and Crescencia (7) ... Page-Kahn is planning on majoring in organic chemistry.

JORDAN ZENDEJAS Freshman Clarkston, Michigan - Clarkston HS

Clarkston High School: Earned four letters ... Scored a state record 482.620 points to win the Division 1 state championships on the 1-meter boardas a senior ... Placed sixth at the state meet as a junior ... Scored in the 50 free at the state championships her last two seasons ... Named the MHSAA Division 1 Diver of the year in 2009-10 ... First male or female to win a state championship in swimming in school history Personal: Son of Kelly and Marco Zendejas ... Has two brothers, Josh (19), Joey (14) and a sister, Sofia (12) ... Zendejas is undecided on his major.

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2010-11 Women’s Roster 2010-11 Oakland University Golden Grizzlies Women’s Swimming and Diving Roster Name

Ht. Yr. 5-8 5-3 5-11 5-9 5-7 5-10 5-5 5-11 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-6 5-2 5-4 5-8 5-5 5-2 5-9 5-4 5-6 5-4 5-6 5-6 6-0 5-9 5-5 5-5 5-3 5-7

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

Events

Vanessza Balogh Marcella Baretta Monica Blaesser Alyssa Busch Sandra Czerska Kelli Dewey Hannah Dobrzelewski Jade Evink Johanna Gustafsson Jaclyn Kurpinski Jennifer Larsen Emily Ludema Chelsea Oates Jocelyn Odom Jill Peterson Shelby Porter Jennifer Ruman Nicole Salmeto Candace Savonen Christine Seiple Margo Stanfa JulieAnne Stears Natalie Torano Corey Tschannen Alyssa Vela Julia Vela Emily Wike Brooke Will Emily Williams

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

Head Coach: Pete Hovland, 32nd year Associate Head Coach: Shawn Kornoelje, 6th year Diving Coach: Larry Albright, 5th year Assistant Coach: Piotr Gegotek, 3rd year Assistant Coach: Sophia Gustafsson, 1st year Student Assistant Coach: James Wike, 1st year Volunteer Assistant Coach: Blaine Dolcetti, 6th year

Pronunciation Guide Vanessza Balogh.....................................va-nez-a bah-low Monica Blaesser.......................................................... blazer Sandra Czerska....................................................... chair-ska Hannah Dobrzelewski................................doe-bra-zells-ski Emily Ludema.......................................................lude-a-ma Candace Savonen...................................................sav-o-nen Margo Stanfa.............................................................. stan-fa Corey Tschannen................................................. ta-shannon Alyssa, Julie Vela..........................................................veh-la

Hometown/Previous School Budapest, Hungary - Csik Terenc Gimnazium Macomb, Mich. - Utica Henry Ford II HS Plymouth, Mich. - Canton HS East Moline, Ill. - United Township HS Warsaw, Poland - XLO im Krolowej Jadwigi Grand Haven, Mich. - Grand Haven HS Ludington, Mich. - Ludington HS Hamilton, Mich. - Hamilton HS Djursholm, Sweden - Danderyds Gymnasium Sterling Heights, Mich. - Warren Cousino HS Rochester Hills, Mich. - Auburn Hills Avondale HS Zeeland, Mich. - Zeeland West HS Grand Rapids, Mich. - East Grand Rapids HS Novi, Mich. - Novi HS Westland, Mich. - Westland John Glenn HS Machesney Park, Ill. - Harlem HS Romeo, Mich. - Romeo HS Shelby Township, Mich. - Wash. Eisenhower HS Carleton, Mich. - Monroe HS Clarkston, Mich. - Clarkston HS Rockford, Ill. - Guilford HS Holland, Mich. - Zeeland East HS Kalamazoo, Mich. - Kalamazoo Central HS Ada, Mich. - Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central HS Clarkston, Mich. - Clarkston HS Clarkston, Mich. - Clarkston HS Sterling, Ill. - Sterling HS Harrison Twp., Mich. - L’Anse Creuse HS Highland, Mich. - Whitelake Lakeland HS

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Veterans MARCELLA BARRETTA Sophomore - Diving Macomb, Michigan - Utica Henry Ford HS 2009-10: Was third on the one- and three-meter boards at The Summit League Championship ... Placed 37th on the 1-meter and 44th on the 3-meter boards at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships ... An Academic AllLeague selection. 2008-09: Qualified for the NCAA Zone C Diving Championship ... Was third in the one and three-meter boards at The Summit League Championship ... Scored a career-high of 268.42 points to win the three-meter against Wright State ... An Academic All-League selection. Utica Henry Ford High School: Earned four letters for Bob Huston ... Was a four-time All-American and all-state diver... Earned a spot on the Macomb County Dream Team all four years ... Three-time All-Macomb County first team honoree ... Was named WXYZ Channel 7 McDonald’s High School Scholar Athlete of the Week ... A three-time Class A state runner-up ... Holds conference records in diving and has posted records at six high school pools ... Helped her team to the regional championship as a freshman ... Also played a role when her team won county, division and MISCA championship titles as a sophomore and junior ... As a senior, she also assisted in her team’s run to county, division and regional championship titles ... Member of the National Honor Society and an honor roll student ... Was also a member of the Spanish club. Personal: Daughter of Grace and Frank Barretta ... Has one sister, Francesca, who is a member of Legacy Diving ... Enjoys camping, traveling, community service, church activities and staying active ... Father played soccer for the UK Royals ... Barretta is majoring in integrative studies.

Barretta’s Career Bests 1-Meter........................................265.57 pts............ 1/10/09 3-Meter........................................284.40 pts.......... 10/31/09

MONICA BLAESSER Junior - Free/IM Plymouth, Michigan - Canton HS 2009-10: Qualified for the “B” championship final in the 200 and 500-yard freestyle events at the Michigan Open ... Also qualified for the “C” championship final in the 400 individual medley ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Scored in three events at The Summit League Championship ... Swam 17:49.24 to place fifth in the 1650 free ... Was eighth in the 500 free (5:10.96) and 10th in the 400 IM (4:44.18) ... An Academic All-League selection. Canton High School: Earned four letters for coach Ed Weber and served as captain one year ... Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior ... Garnered all-area accolades in the 200 and 500 free events as a junior and senior ... Helped guide her team to the division championship title in 2004 as a freshman ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Named to honor roll. Personal: Daughter of Rebecca and Donald Blaesser ... Has one brother, Rob ... Blaesser is majoring in health sciences.

Blaesser’s Career Bests 200 Free.................................................. 1:58.90.............. 12/4/08 500 Free.................................................. 5:10.96.............. 2/19/09 1000 Free.............................................. 10:47.65.............. 1/31/09 1650 Free.............................................. 17:49.24.............. 2/19/09 400 IM..................................................... 4:44.18.............. 2/19/09

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Veterans ALYSSA BUSCH Sophomore - Back/Fly/IM East Moline, Illinois - United Township HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championship ... Was runner-up in the 100 and 200-yard backstroke events (55.85, 2:03.41, respectively) ... Those times rank third and sixth fastest in OU history ... Was fourth in the 200 individual medley. United Township High School: Earned four letters for coach Dave Busch… Four-time sectional champion in the 100 back ... Three-time All-State and a two-time all-american ... Lettered in basketball and softball. Personal: Daughter of Susan and David Busch ... Busch is undecided on her major.

Busch’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................24.89.............. 12/3/09 100 Free......................................................55.34.............. 11/7/09 100 Back.....................................................55.85.............. 2/18/10 200 Back................................................. 2:03.41.............. 2/18/10 200 IM..................................................... 2:06.89.............. 2/18/10

SANDRA CZERSKA Sophomore - Free/Fly/IM Warsaw, Poland - XLO im. Krolowej Jadwigi 2009-10: Earned all-league honors and was named Co-Newcomer of the Year at The Summit League Championship ... Won the 100 and 200-yard butterfly events (54.84, 1:59.55, respectively) ... Both times were second fastest in school history and her 200 fly hit the NCAA “B” Standard ... Swam on the championship 200 and 400 medley relay teams and was runner-up in the 200 individual medley ... Two-time Summit League swimmer of the week ... Was beaten only three times all season in invidual events. Personal: Daughter of Katarzyna and Tomasz Czerska ... Was the Polish National Junior champion in the 200 fly and the 200 and 400 IM ... Has a brother, Sebastian ... Czerska is majoring in business administration.

Czerska’s Career Bests 100 Fly........................................................54.84.............. 2/18/10 200 Fly.................................................... 1:59.55.............. 2/18/10 200 IM..................................................... 2:05.13.............. 2/18/10 400 IM..................................................... 4:31.42............ 10/31/09

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Veterans KELLI DEWEY Senior - Free Grand Haven, Michigan - Grand Haven HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championship ... Swam on the first place 200-yard freestyle relay team ... Qualified for the championship final in the 100 and 200 free events ... Scored in the 50 free ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Earned first team honors on three relays at The Summit League Championship ... Swam on the championship 200 (1:34.76), 400 (3:23.96) and 800 free (7:24.02) relay teams ... All three teams broke the meet record ... Was runner-up in the 100 free (51.77) and third in the 50 (23.76) and 200 free (1:52.78) events ... Ranks among the top 10 in school history in the 50 and 200 free events ... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... An Academic All-League selection. 2007-08: Earned All-Summit League honors in three events at The Summit League Championship ... Swam on the championship 200 free and 200 medley relay teams ... Was runner-up in the 50 free ... Finished among the top five in the 100 free (third) and 200 free (fifth). Grand Haven High School: Earned four letters in swimming … Elected team captain her senior year … Awarded All Conference from 20032007, All State Honorable Mention from 2006-2007, and O.K. Red Conference Champion and record holder in the 500 free… Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Darcy and Don Dewey … Her aunt, Dawn Nicholas (Porter), played Volleyball at Michigan Tech University in 198487, and was a member of the Michigan Professional Beach Volleyball Circuit… Dewey is majoring in communication. Dewey’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................23.76.............. 2/19/09 100 Free......................................................51.77.............. 2/19/09 200 Free.................................................. 1:51.04.............. 2/19/09

JADE EVINK Junior - Back/Free/Fly Hamilton, Michigan - Hamilton HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championship ... Was third in the 100-yard backstroke (57.40) ... Scored in the 50 freestyle and 200 back ... At the Michigan Open, won the championship final of the 100 back and the “B” final of the 50 free ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Swam four career-best times at The Summit League Championship in the 50 free (24.84), 100 back (58.97), 200 back (2:10.39) and 100 butterfly (1:00.52) ... An Academic All-League selection. Hamilton High School: Earn three letters under coach Eric Talsma ... Was selected team captain all three seasons ... Four-time all-conference, two-time all-area and five-time all-state selection ... Was a two-time Academic All-State honoree ... Helped her team to the conference championship as a junior and senior ... Holds conference records in the 100 and 100 fly ... Holds school records in the 100 back, 100 fly, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay ... Was named Athlete of the Year at her high school as a senior ... Member of the National Honor Society and an honor roll student ... Earned four letters in soccer, where she served as captain for all four season ... Was two-time all-district and four-time all-conference selection. Personal: Daughter of Janis and Ken Evink ...Enjoys playing guitar, music, playing soccer, biking and participating in triathlons ... Evink is majoring in health sciences.

Evink’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................24.80.............. 2/18/10 100 Back.....................................................57.06.............. 2/12/10 200 Back................................................. 2:05.40.............. 2/12/10 100 Fly.................................................... 1:00.52.............. 2/19/09

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Veterans JOHANNA GUSTAFSSON Junior - Breast/Free/IM Djursholm, Sweden - Danderyds Gymnasium 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championship ... Swam on the championship 200 and 400-yard medley and 200 and 400 freestyle relay teams ... The 200 medley team set the league record and hit the NCAA “B” Standard with a time of 1:42.53 ... Was second in the 100 and 200 breaststroke events (1:03.84, 2:08.68, respectively) ... Both times rank among the top five in school history ... Scored in the 200 individual medley ... An Academic All-League Selection 2008-09: Earned first team all-league honors in two events at The Summit League Championship ... Swam 1:04.02 to win the 100 breast and swam on the league and meet record-setting 200 medley relay (1:43.45) ... Was third in the 200 breast (2:20.51) and ninth in the 200 IM (2:08.70) ... An Academic All-League Selection. High School: Swam for Danderyds Gymnasium. Personal: Daughter of Lene and Lars Gustafsson ... Her sister Sophia was a two-time Summit League Swimmer of the Year at OU ... Gustafsson is majoring in business administration.

Gustafsson’s Career Bests 100 Free.............................................. 54.09............ 1/29/10 100 Breast........................................ 1:03.84............ 2/18/10 200 Breast........................................ 2:19.97............ 2/18/10 200 IM............................................. 2:08.68............ 2/18/10

JACLYN KURPINSKI Junior - Diving Sterling Heights, Michigan - Warren Cousino HS 2009-10: Redshirt. 2008-09: Notched a career-best mark in the three-meter board against Michigan State (1/31) with a score of 206.40... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... An Academic All-League selection. 2007-08: Registered her career-best dive in the one-meter springboard with a score of 212.90 at the Golden Grizzly Quadrangular Oct. 27 ... Her top three-meter springboard score came at against Cincinnati on Jan. 19 when she scored 197.93 points. Warren Cousino High School: Earned three letters in diving. Personal: Daughter of John and Deanne Kurpinski...Majoring in biology.

Kurpinski’s Career Bests 1-Meter Springboard...................212.90 pts.......... 10/27/07 3-Meter Springboard...................206.40 pts............ 1/31/09

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Veterans JENNY LARSEN Sophomore - Breast/IM Rochester Hills, Michigan - Auburn Hills Avondale HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Swam 1:05.49 to finish third in the 100yard breaststroke ... Qualified for the championship finals in the 200 breast and 200 individual medley ... Both of her breaststroke times rank among the top 10 in school history ... An Academic All-League selection. Auburn Hills Avondale High School: Earned four letters … Earned all-league and all-state honors all four season ... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Theresa and Stephen Larsen ... Has a brother, Bradley ... Larsen is majoring in health sciences with an emphasis in physical therapy.

Larsen’s Career Bests 100 Breast............................................... 1:05.49.............. 2/18/10 200 Breast............................................... 2:21.48.............. 2/18/10 200 IM..................................................... 2:09.28.............. 2/18/10

CHELSEA OATES Senior - Diving East Grand Rapids, Michigan - East Grand Rapids HS 2009-10: Named Diver of the Meet at The Summit League Championships for the second time ... Scored a meet record 282.90 points to win the 1-meter springboard ... Was runner-up on the 3-meter board (301.55 pts) ... Scored 526.40 points and was 12th on the one-meter at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships ... Just missed qualifying for the zone final on the three-meter ... Finished 19th on the 3-meter board ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Earned second team honors in two events at The Summit League Championships ... Was runner-up in the one- and three-meter boards ... Qualified for the NCAA Zone C Diving Championships on both boards ... Qualified for the Zone C championship final on the onemeter board. 2007-08: Named Diver of the Year at The Summit League Championships ... Won the one-meter and three-meter springboard events ... Set the meet records in the one-meter (252.75) and three-meter (273.20) during prelims ... Qualified for the NCAA Zone C Diving Championships on both boards. East Grand Rapids High School: Earned four letters in diving … Was selected captain of the dive team in 2006 Named All Conference, All State, and All American her sophomore through senior years … Was a Class B State Champion in 2006 with a high score of 270.25 (6 dives) and 447.55 (11 dives) … Lettered in lacrosse. Personal: Daughter of Tracy and Jeff Oates ... Oates is majoring in psychology.

Oates’s Career Bests 1-Meter................................................305.80 pts.............. 1/23/10 3-Meter................................................308.26 pts................ 1/9/10

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Veterans JOCELYN ODOM Junior - Diving Novi, Michigan - Novi HS 2009-10: Set career-best on the 1- and 3-meter springboard events (208.40, 225.85, respectively) against Kenyon College ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Notched career-best dives in the one- and three-meter boards with scores of 168.04 and 192.90, respectively... An Academic All-League selection. Novi High School: Earned four letters under coaches Larry Teahan and Gretchen Plamondon ... Helped her team to the conference championship as a senior ... Finished fifth individually at the conference championship as a senior ... Was an honor roll student for four years ... Member of the Spanish club ... Awarded the Presidential Award for Educational Excellence. Personal: Daughter of Julie and Brian Odom ... Has two brothers, Dallas and Tyler, and one sister, Jillian ... Enjoys reading, bike riding, cooking and watching TV ... Odom is majoring in wellness, health promotion and injury prevention and psychology.

Odom’s Career Bests 1-Meter........................................208.40 pts............ 1/23/10 3-Meter........................................225.85 pts............ 1/23/10

JILL PETERSON Senior - Breast/IM Westland, Michigan - Westland John Glenn HS 2009-10: Scored in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Qualified for the championship finals in the 100 and 200-yard breaststroke events ... Scored in the 200 individual medley.

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2008-09: Qualified for three championship finals at The Summit League Championships ... Was fourth in the 100 breast (1:06.97), seventh in the 200 breast (2:26.40) and eighth in the 200 IM (2:10.83) ... An Academic All-League

2007-08: Qualified for three championship finals at The Summit League Championships ... Was fourth in the 100 breast (1:07.37), fifth in the 200 breast (2:29.60) and sixth in the 200 IM (2:11.37). Westland John Glenn High School: Earned four letters in swimming ... Earned all-conference and all-area honors all four years ... Broke 19 school records ... Was a Scholastic All-American as a junior ... Member of the honor roll. Personal: Daughter of Dorothy and Bruce Peterson ... Peterson is majoring in business administration.

Peterson’s Career Bests 100 Breast............................................... 1:06.77.............. 2/18/10 200 Breast............................................... 2:25.26.............. 2/19/09 200 IM..................................................... 2:10.55.............. 2/19/09

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Veterans JENNIFER RUMAN Senior - Fly/IM Romeo, Michigan - Romeo HS 2009-10: Swam a career best of 2:11.26 in the 200-yard individual medley at the Michigan Open ... An Academic AllLeague selection. 2008-09: Scored in two events at The Summit League Championships ... Was seventh in the 400 individual medley (4:38.60) and 12th in the 200 butterfly (2:15.00) ... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... An Academic All-League selection. 2007-08: Swam three of her career-best times at the Summit League Championship in the 200 fly, 200 IM and 400 IM, clocking in at 2:16.35, 2:17.64 and 4:49.74, respectively. Romeo High School: Earned four letters in swimming … Helped guide her team to an undefeated season as a freshman … Elected team captain as a senior year… Selected for the Dream Team in 2003, 2nd Team All County 2005-2006, 1st Team All County 2003-2005, and Academic All American in 2006 … A member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Sandra and David Ruman ... Ruman is majoring in health sciences.

Ruman’s Career Bests 100 Fly.................................................... 1:00.99.............. 12/4/08 200 Fly.....................................................2:11.35................ 2/6/09 200 IM..................................................... 2:12.26.............. 2/12/10 400 IM..................................................... 4:38.60.............. 2/19/09

NICOLE SALMETO Junior - Fly/IM Shelby Township, Michigan - Utica Eisenhower HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championship ... Was runner-up in the 100-yard butterfly (56.80) and third in the 200 fly (2:06.19) and 200 individual medley (2:05.76) ... All three times rank among the top 10 in school history ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Qualified for two finals at The Summit League Championship ... Finished fourth in the 200 IM (2:09.19) and seventh in the 200 fly (2:11.90) ... Also finished 10th in the 100 fly (58.54) ... An Academic All-League selection. Washington Eisenhower High School: Earned three letters under coach Lisa Doherty ...Was undefeated throughout her high school career ... Placed eighth at the NCSA Junior Nationals in 2007 as a junior ... Was part of the second place team at the 2007 Michigan Long Course Swimming Combined Team meet ... Helped her squad to the 2008 Sectional Meet Championship as a senior ... Was named Swimmer of the Year by the Macomb County Coaches Association in 2006 as a sophomore ... Was a member of the Macomb County Dream team in 2004-2006 ... Holds the school record in the 100-yard breaststroke ... Earned MVP recognition as a sophomore. Personal: Daughter of Jill and Mike Salmeto ... Has one brother, Jeff, and one sister, Michelle ... Enjoys her family and friends and relaxing .. Brother is a second degree black belt ... Salmeto is majoring in elementary education.

Salmeto’s Career Bests 100 Fly................................................ 56.80............ 2/18/10 200 Fly............................................. 2:06.19............ 2/18/10 200 IM............................................. 2:05.76............ 2/18/10

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Veterans CANDACE SAVONEN Sophomore - Free/IM Carleton, Michigan - Monroe HS 2009-10: Scored in three events at The Summit League Championships ... Swam 17:42.17 to place seventh in the 1650-yard freestyle ... Scored in the 400 individual medley and 500 free ... An Academic All-League selection. Monroe High School: Earned three letters in swimming for coach Jeremy Layman… Led her team to three conference championships ... Was a three-time all-state honoree in the 500 freestyle ... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Ann and Craig Savonen ... Has a brother, Ben, who swims at Ohio State ... Savonen is majoring in psychology.

Savonen’s Career Bests 500 Free........................................... 5:14.51............ 12/3/09 1000 Free....................................... 10:30.16.............. 1/9/10 1650 Free....................................... 17:42.17............ 12/3/09 400 IM............................................. 4:45.88............ 2/18/10

CHRISTINE SEIPLE Sophomore - Back/Fly/Free Clarkston, Michigan - Clarkston HS 2009-10: Qualified for the championship finals in the 100-yard backstroke and 100 butterfly at the Michigan Open. Clarkston High School: Earned four letters in swimming at Clarkston High School … Was a two-time All-Oakland Activities Association selection. Personal: Daughter of Julie Istvan and Sam Seiple ... Has two brothers, Adam and Matt and a sister, Katie ... Her dad swam at Florida State and her mom played volleyball at Central Michigan ... Her brother Adam is on the golf team at Detroit Mercy ... Seiple is majoring in health sciences.

Seiple’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................25.06.............. 2/18/10 100 Free......................................................54.87.............. 2/12/00 100 Back................................................. 1:00.08.............. 2/12/10 100 Fly........................................................59.09.............. 2/12/00

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Veterans MARGO STANFA Sophomore - Back/Fly Rockford, Illinois - Guilford HS 2009-10: Finished fourth in the championship finals of the 100-yard backstroke (58.44)and 100 butterfly (58.76) at the Michigan Open ... An Academic All-League selection. Guilford High School: Earned four letters in swimming for coach John Lindley… Four-time conference champion in the 100 back ... Earned all-state honors in the 100 back as a senior ... Member of the National Honor Society Personal: Daughter of Angela and Mike Stanfa ... Stanfa is majoring in health sciences.

Stanfa’s Career Bests 100 Back.....................................................58.12.............. 2/18/10 200 Back................................................. 2:07.56.............. 2/18/10 100 Fly........................................................58.76.............. 2/12/10

JULIEANNE STEARS Sophomore - Free/IM Holland, Michigan - Zeeland East HS 2009-10: Named Co-Newcomer of the Meet at The Summit League Championships ... Won the 400-yard individual medley (4:27.06) and the 500 and 1650 freestyle events (4:57.82, 17:09.41, respectively) ... Swam 10:21.68 to win the 1000 free against Kenyon College, the third fastest time in OU history. Zeeland East High School: Earned four letters for coach Mike Torrey … Helped her team win conference championships her last two seasons ... Placed among the top six in the 500 free and 200 IM at the Division I State Championships as a senior. Personal: Daughter of Laurie and Paul Stears ... Has two brothers, Chad and Max ... Stears is majoring in elementary education.

Stears’s Career Bests 200 Free.................................................. 1:57.31.............. 12/3/09 500 Free.................................................. 4:57.82.............. 2/18/10 1000 Free.............................................. 10:21.68.............. 1/23/10 1650 Free.............................................. 17:09.41.............. 2/18/10 200 IM..................................................... 2:12.58................ 1/9/10 400 IM..................................................... 4:27.06.............. 2/18/10

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Veterans NATALIE TORANO Senior - Diving Kalamazoo, Michigan - Kalamazoo Central HS 2009-10: Qualified for the championship finals on the 1- and 3-meter springboard events at The Summit League Championships ... Scored a career best of 229.80 points on the 3-meter board ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Notched a season-best dive against Akron (225.37) in the one-meter board... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. 2007-08: Qualified for two championship finals at The Summit League Championships ... Finished fourth in both the one- and three-meter springboard events. Kalamazoo Central High School: Earned four letters in swimming at Kalamazoo Central High School … Was elected team captain as a senior… Won 2nd place All Conference her sophomore year and conference champ her senior year… Earned two letters in soccer… Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Vince Torano and Laurie Budd… Torano is majoring in health sciences.

Torano’s Career Bests 1-Meter........................................252.83 pts............ 1/19/08 3-Meter........................................229.80 pts............ 2/18/10

COREY TSCHANNEN Senior - Free Ada, Michigan - Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Swam on the championship 200-yard freestyle relay ... Scored in the 50 and 100 free events ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Earned first team honors in one event at The Summit League Championships ... Swam on the championship 200 free relay (1:34.76) ... Was fifth in the 50 free (24.39) and eighth in the 100 free (53.74) ... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... An Academic All-League selection. 2007-08: Qualified for two championship finals at The Summit League Championships ... Was sixth in the 50 free (24.45) and eighth in the 100 free (53.97) ... Scored in the 200 free. Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central High School: Earned four letters in swimming … Elected team captain as a senior… Named All Conference and All State from 2003-2006, and All American in 2005 and 2006 ... Propelled her team to undefeated seasons as a junior and senior, and a second place finish in the Class B State Championships in 2006 … Earned three letters in water polo … A member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Jane and Tom Tschannen … Majoring in health sciences.

Tschannen’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................24.29.............. 2/19/09 100 Free......................................................52.99.............. 2/19/09 200 Free.................................................. 1:59.19.............. 2/19/09

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Veterans ALYSSA VELA Junior - Free Clarkston, Michigan - Clarkston HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Sucessfully defended her championships in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events ... Swam on the championship 200 and 400 medley and 400 and 800 free relays ... Was third in the 200 free ... An Academic All-League Selection. 2008-09: Named Newcomer of the Year at The Summit League Championships ... Won the 50 free (23.18), 100 free (50.35) and 200 free (1:48.49), all of which were meet records ... Her 200 free time broke the school record held for eight years by Danielle Ward ... Swam on the championship 400 free (3:23.96), 800 free (7:24.02), 200 medley (1:43.45) and 400 medley (3:46.31) relay teams ... Named Summit League Athlete of the Week on two occasions for posting four season and league-best times against Akron (11/19) and for notching four first-place finishes against Michigan State (2/3) ... Was also named OU Student-Athlete of the Week for her performance against Michigan State ... An Academic All-League Selection. Clarkston High School: Earned three letters under coach Kenwyn Chock ... Helped her team to three undefeated league championships in 2005-07 ... Earned Academic All-American honors in 2006 ... Also collected all-state accolades in the 100-and 50-yard freestyle ... Earned allleague honors in 2006 and 2007 ... Named county champion in the 100 and 50 free ... Earned team MVP honors in 2007 ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Served on the student executive board during her junior and senior years ... Also a member of the Spanish club. Personal: Daughter of Maria and Jamie Vela ... Has two sisters, Julia and Natalie ... Enjoys reading, baking and photography ... Vela is majoring in psychology.

Vela’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................23.18.............. 2/19/09 100 Free......................................................50.35.............. 2/19/09 200 Free.................................................. 1:48.49.............. 2/19/09 500 Free.................................................. 5:10.06.............. 1/16/09

EMILY WIKE Senior - Breast/IM Sterling, Illinois - Sterling HS 2009-10: Earned all-league honors at The Summit League Championships ... Was third in the 200-yard breaststroke (2:19.88) and fifth in the 100 breast (1:05.12) ... Scored in the 200 individual medley ... An Academic All-League selection. 2008-09: Earned first team honors for swimming a leg on the league and meet record-setting 400 medley relay team (3:46.31) at The Summit League Championships ... Was runner-up in the 200 breast (2:19.88) and third in the 100 breast (1:05.33) ... Named to The Summit League Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... An Academic All-League selection. 2007-08: Earned first team all-league honors in four events at The Summit League Championships ... Won the 100 (1:05.12) and 200 (2:20.13) breast events ... Her times ranked fifth and fourth, respectively in Oakland history ... Swam on the championship 200 and 400 medley relay squads. Sterling High School: Earned four letters in swimming ... Elected team captain for the 2006 season … Named All State and All American Honorable Mention … Also owns the Sterling High School records for the 100 breaststroke (1:05.99) and the 200 Medley Relay… Was a Speedo Section Qualifier… Propelled the Warriors to a 15-0 record her senior year… Elected Vice President of the Student Council. Personal: : Daughter of Maggie and Jim Wike … Her dad played baseball at Sauk Valley Community College… Her older brother James swam at Auburn University and is a assistant coach at Oakland this season ... Wike is majoring in studio arts.

Wike’s Career Bests 100 Breast............................................... 1:05.12.............. 2/21/08 200 Breast............................................... 2:19.88.............. 2/19/09 200 IM......................................................2:11.34.............. 2/21/08

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Veterans EMILY WILLIAMS Sophomore - Free/Fly Highland, Michigan - White Lake Lakeland HS 2009-10: Swam career bests in the 100 and 200-yard freestyle events at the Michigan Open ... An Academic All-League Selection. White Lake Lakeland High School: Earned two letters for coach Eric Koppin … Won the 200 IM at the Kensington Lakes Activities Association Championships as a senior ... Member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Daughter of Amy and John Williams ... Has a brother, John (who swims at Oakland) and a sister, Kaylee ... Williams is majoring in health sciences.

Williams’s Career Bests 50 Free........................................................26.15.............. 12/3/09 100 Free......................................................56.14.............. 2/12/10 100 Fly................................................... 1:04.28.............. 1/30/10

Agens Solan (2007-10) closed out an oustanding career by winning three events, swimming on four championship relays and hitting three NCAA “B” Standards in being named Swimmer of the Meet at The Summit League Championship. She won nine individual titles and sawm on 12 championship relay teams at the league meet. Solan, a two-time CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major All-America, holds four school records.

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Veterans VANESSZA BALOGH

SHELBY PORTER

Freshman Budapest, Hungary - Csik Terenc Gimnazium

Freshman Machesney Park, Illinois - Harlem HS

2009-10: Redshirt. International Experience: She was the Polish National Junior champion in the 100 and 200 breast, 400 IM and the 800 and 1500 free Personal: Daughter of Nikolett Krisztkievits and Zsolt Balogh ... She was the Polish National Junior champion in the 100 and 200 breast, 400 IM and the 800 and 1500 free ... Balogh is majoring in studio art.

school records

Harlem High School: Earned three letters ... Was a All-Northern Illinois Conference first team selection all three years ... Holds several

Personal: Daughter of Joan and Keven Porter ... Porter is planning on majoring in health sciences.

HANNAH DOBRZELEWSKI

JULIE VELA

Freshman Ludington, Michigan - Ludington HS

Freshman Clarkston, Michigan - Clarkston HS

Ludington High School: Earned four letters ... Helped her team win the Coastal Conference Championship as a freshman ... Earned Division 3 All-State honors with the 200-yard freestyle relay team in 07 ... Scored in the 50 free at the state championships her last two seasons.

Clarkston High School: Earned four letters for coach Kenwin Cholk ... Scored at the Division I state championships as a junior and senior ... Holds the school records in the 100-yard butterfly and 200 individual medley.

Personal: Daughter of Zarin and Pete Dobrzelewski ... has a brother, Noah (13) ... Dobrzelewski is planning on majoring in biochemistry.

Personal: Daughter of Marie and Jaime Vela ... Has two sisters, Alyssa (20) and Natalie (14) ... Alyssa currently swims for Oakland and is a five-time Summit League Champion ... Vela is undecided on her major.

BROOKE WILL Freshman Harrison Twp., Michigan - L’Anse Creuse HS

Sarah Ludema (2006-10) closed out an outstanding career with Golden Grizzlies last season. Counting relays and individual evens, she won 18 Summit League Championships.

Ludington High School: Earned four letters for coach Tony Schultz ... Earned all-state honors at the Division I state meet in the 50-yard freestyle and the 200 medley relay ... Swam on two scoring relay teams at the Division 2 State Championships as a junior ... Four-time member of the Macomb County Dream Team ... Senior of the Meet at the Macomb County Championship in winning the 50 and 100 free and swimming on two championship relay squads ... Holds school records in the 50 and 100 free (24.79, 54.64, respectively) ... Earned three letters in track Personal: Daughter of Pam and Don Will ... Has two siblings, Derek (20) and Mason (16) ... Will is planning on majoring in communication.

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2009-10 Men’s Season in Review GOLDEN GRIZZLIES CLAW THEIR WAY TO 11TH STRAIGHT SUMMIT TITLE JENSEN AND RALPH EARN INDIVIDUAL AWARDS. The 2009-10 season can be described with one word: adversity. All season long Oakland battled whether it was from injuries, sickness, youth or discouraging losses. As the saying goes, adversity builds character and the Golden Grizzlies proved that to be true. Oakland was looking for consistency and maturity throughout the first two months of the season. The first sign of things to come was when OU scored 1756 points to win the Miami University Invitational for the second straight year. At the conference meet, the Golden Grizzlies struggled on the first day with off performances in the 50 free and a DQ in a relay. Oakland dug their heels in and ended up winning 16 of the remaining 18 events, scoring 884.50 points to move their conference championship record to 32-0. Anders Jensen was named The Summit League Swimmer of the Meet for the second straight year. He successfully defended his championships in the 200-yard butterfly (1:48.56) and the 100 and 200 backstroke events (48.20, 1:45.11, respectively). Both of his backstroke times hit the NCAA “B” Cut. Jensen also swam on the championship 800 freestyle and 200 and 400 medley relays. Adam Ralph became just the second Golden Grizzly to be named The Summit League Diver of the Meet. He won the 1- and 3-meter springboard events (291.30, 300.75, respectively). It was the first time since 2005 that an OU diver had won at conference. Bringing home two titles apiece were Tim Montague (500, 1650 freestyle) and Scott Yarbrough (100, 200 breaststroke). Winning titles as well were Alex Aceino (100 fly), Joe Rodgers (400 individual medley), Mike Templeton (200 free) and Eddy Toro (200 IM). The Golden Grizzlies received NCAA “B” Standard times from Jensen (100, 200 back), Templeton (200 back), the 200 medley relay of Jensen, Yarbrough, Aceino and Ben Vavra and the 400 medley relay team of Jensen, Yarbrough, Aceino and Templeton. Ralph would go on to finish among the top 30 on both boards at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships.

2009-10 Men’s Results 4-4 Dual Meet Record Date Opponent Results Oct. 9 Dennis Stark Relays 3rd/5 - 136 pts Oct. 23 Notre Dame L, 179-119 OCT. 31 WAYNE STATE W, 178-118 NOV. 7 WRIGHT STATE W, 158-140 Nov. 13 Michigan L, 168-101 Dec. 3-5 Miami University Invitational 1st/6 - 1756 pts Jan. 9 Eastern Michigan L, 202-98 JAN. 23 KENYON COLLEGE W, 164-114 JAN. 29 CLEVELAND STATE W, 122.5-95.5 Jan. 30 Michigan State L, 208-90 FEB. 18-20 THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1st/6 - 884.5 pts BOLD Home Meet

Oakland Season Bests

Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM

Swimmer Ben Vavra Mike Templeton Mike Templeton Tim Montague Tim Montague Tim Montague Anders Jensen Anders Jensen Scott Yarbrough Scott Yarbrough Alex Aceino Anders Jensen Eddy Toro Joe Rodgers

Relays 200 Free Wolf, Sytsma, Richardson, Moses

400 Free 800 Free 200 Medley 400 Medley

1-Meter 3-Meter ^

Templeton, Vavra, Downing, Jensen Templeton, Jensen, Downing, Aceino Jensen, Yarbrough, Aceino, Vavra Jensen, Yarbrough, Aceino, Templeton

Diving Adam Ralph Adam Ralph NCAA “B” Standard

Time 20.86 45.98 1:38.99 4:33.58 9:26.92 15:41.52 48.20^ 1:45.11 55.76 2:03.39 49.19 1:49.01 1:50.11 3:58.22 1:24.92 3:03.12 6:44.29 1:30.52^ 3:17.91^

Points 312.75 304.73

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2010 Men’s Summit League Championships 2010 The Summit League Men’s Championship Results

Team Scores 1. Oakland 2. Centenary 3. Eastern Illinois 4. South Dakota State 5. South Dakota 6. Western Illinois 7. IUPUI

874.50 576 571 402.5 325 282 196

Coach of the Year Butch Jordan - Centenary Diver of the Year Adam Ralph - Oakland Newcomer of the Year Ken Tiltges - Eastern Illinois Swimmer of the Year Anders Jensen - Oakland Top three finishers in individual events are All-Summit League 50 Freestyle 1. John Wilson (EIU) 2. Caleb McSorley (CC) 3. Devin Ross (CC) Ben Vavra (OU)

20.75 20.77 20.86 20.86

100 Freestyle 1. Ken Tiltges (EIU) 2. John Wilson (EIU) 3. Josh Pena (CC)

46.03 46.29 46.47

200 Freestyle 1. Mike Templeton (OU) 2. Patrick Downing (OU) 3. Tim Montague (OU)

1:38.99 1:40.21 1:40.76

500 Freestyle 1. Tim Montague (OU) 2. Kyle Ochsner (SDS) 3. Alex Aceino (OU)

4:33.58 4:35.40 4:35.62

1,650 Freestyle 1. Tim Montague (OU) 2. Matt Pittman (CC) 3. Jeff Davis (WIU)

15:41.52 16:08.72 16:09.99

100 Butterfly 1. Alex Aceino (OU) 2. Peter Henry (CC) 3. Devin Ross (CC)

49.19 49.65 50.57

200 Butterfly 1. Andres Jensen (OU) 2. Eddie Toro (OU) 3. Alex Aceino (OU)

1:48.86 1:49.56 1:51.40

100 Backstroke 1. Anders Jensen (OU) 2. Mike Templeton (OU) 3. Thad Stoddard (USD)

48.20# 50.65 50.81

200 Backstroke 1. Anders Jensen (OU) 2. Mike Templeton (OU) 3. Ross Olivier (CC)

1:45.11# 1:46.32# 1:51.58

100 Breaststroke 1. Scott Yarbrough (OU) 2. Matt O’Hagan (EIU) 3. Ben Vavra (OU)

55.76 57.42 57.98

200 Breaststroke 1. Scott Yarbrough (OU) 2. Joe Rodgers (OU) 3. Shea Patrick (SDS)

2:03.39 2:03.41 2:06.14

200 IM 1. Eddy Toro (OU) 2. Joe Rodgers (OU) 3. Mike Lacine (EIU)

1:50.11 1:50.89 1:53.07

400 IM 1. Joe Rodgers (OU) 2. Eddy Toro (OU) 3. John Ledda (OU)

3:58.22 3:58.97 4:09.65

200 Freestyle Relay 1. Centenary 2. Eastern Illinois 3. South Dakota

1:21.79 1:23.03 1:25.40

400 Freestyle Relay 1. Centenary 2. Oakland 3. Eastern Illinois

3:02.48 3:03.12 3:03.72

800 Freestyle Relay 1. Oakland 2. Eastern Illinois 3. Centenary

6:44.72 6:53.96 6:59.14

200 Medley Relay 1. Oakland 2. Eastern Illinois 3. Centenary

1:30.52 1:32.30 1:32.70

400 Medley Relay 1. Oakland 2. Centenary 3. South Dakota

3:17.91 3:25.55 3:26.27

1-Meter Springboard 1. Adam Ralph (OU) 2. Chris Hause (USD) 3. Brad Schoreit (SDS)

307.95 234.95 230.45

3-Meter Springboard 1. Adam Ralph (OU) 2. Mitchell Gauger (IUPUI) 3. Chris Hause (USD)

300.75 271.50 267.20

CC EIU OU SDS USD WIU

Team Abbreviations Centenary Eastern Illinois Oakland South Dakota State South Dakota Western Illinois

* The Summit League meet record # NCAA “B” Cut

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2009-10 Women’s Season in Review OAKLAND WINS 11TH STRAIGHT SUMMIT LEAGUE TITLE, SWEEPS THE INDIVIDUAL AWARDS With 19 freshmen and sophomores on a roster of 30, 2009-10 would of been a good opportunity to pass Oakland. The young Golden Grizzlies matured quickly to remain on top of the Summit League once again. Oakland opened up the season losing to Illinois and Toledo. OU caught fire after that winning six of its last seven dual meets, the only setback being Michigan State. Oakland won 16 of 20 events and ended up scoring 990 points to win its 11 straight league title by 447 points. Pete Hovland earned his fifth Coach of the Year Award for his team’s efforts. The Golden Grizzlies were led by Sandra Czerska, Chelsea Oates, Agnes Solan and JulieAnne Stears. Solan closed out an outstanding career by being named The Summit League Swimmer of the Meet. She won the 100 and 200-yard backstroke events (53.99, 2:00.72, respectively) and the 200 individual medley (2:00.41). Solan hit the NCAA “B” Standard in the 100 back and 200 IM and broke the meet and school record in the 100 back. She also swam on the championship 400 medley relay (3:45.12, meet record), 200 medley relay (1:42.53, school and meet record, NCAA “B” Cut) and the 400 and 800 freestyle relays. Solan swam 1:47.92 on the opening leg of the 800 free relay to set a school and league record and hit the NCAA “B” Cut for the 200 free. Her three individual wins gives her nine in her career, tying her with Tara Berringer (Oakland) for the most in league history. Czerska and Stears shared Summit League Newcomer of the Year. Czerska won the 100 and 200 butterfly events (54.84, 2nd fastest in school history, 1:59.55, 2nd fastest in OU history, NCAA “B” Cut) and swam on three championship relay teams. Stears won the 400 IM (4:27.06) and the 500 and 1650 free events (4:58.10, 17:09.41, respectively) with all three times ranked among the Top 10 in school history. Oates was named Summit League Diver of the Meet for the second time in her career. She scored a meet record 289.20 points to win the 1-meter springboard and was second on the 3-meter board (301.55). Alyssa Vela closed out the individual winners by capturing the 50 and 100 free events. The Golden Grizzlies had a total of 17 all-league performers. Solan was selected to the CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major AllAmerica honorable mention team for hitting the NCAA “B” Cut.

2009-10 Women’s Results 6-3 Dual Meet Record Date Opponent Results Oct. 16 Tom Stubbs Relays No Team Scores OCT. 17 ILLINOIS L, 177-119 TOLEDO L, 178-122 OCT. 31 WAYNE STATE W, 169-131 NOV. 7 WRIGHT STATE W, 189-111 Nov. 14 Akron W, 155-145 Dec. 3-5 Miami Invitational 4th/8 - 1008 pts. Jan. 9 Eastern Michigan W, 157-143 JAN. 23 KENYON COLLEGE W, 179-135 JAN. 29 CLEVELAND STATE W, 140-82 Jan. 30 Michigan State L, 184-116 FEB. 18-20 THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIPS 1st/6 - 990 pts. BOLD Home Meet

Oakland Season Bests

Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 1650 Free 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM

200 Free 400 Free 800 Free 200 Medley 400 Medley

1-Meter 3-Meter $ #

Swimmer Alyssa Vela Agnes Solan Agnes Solan JulieAnne Stears JulieAnne Stears JulieAnne Stears Agnes Solan Agnes Solan Johanna Gustafsson Johanna Gustafsson Sandra Czerska Sandra Czerska Agnes Solan Agnes Solan Relays Ludema, Solan, Vela, Tschannen Solan, Ludema, Gustafsson, Vela Solan, Peterson, Ludema, Vela Solan, Gustafsson, Czerska, Vela Solan, Gustafsson, Czerska, Vela Diving Chelsea Oates Chelsea Oates NCAA “B” Cut School Record

Time 23.61 50.38 1:47.92# 4:57.82 10:21.68 17:09.41 53.99^ 12:00.72^ 1:03.84 2:19.97 54.84 2:00.99 2:00.41 4:27.06 1:35.50 3:25.24 7:32.78 1:42.53^ 3:45.12 Points 305.80 308.26

At the NCAA Zone Diving Championships, Oates qualified for the 1-meter board and missed the final at 3-meter by six points.

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2010 Women’s Summit League Championships 2010 The Summit League Women’s Championship Results Team Scores 1. Oakland 2. South Dakota State 3. South Dakota 4. Centenary 5. Eastern Illinois 6. Western Illinois 7. IUPUI

990 543 443 433 365 341 244

Coach of the Year Pete Hovland - Oakland Diver of the Year Chelsea Oates - Oakland Newcomer of the Year Sandra Czerska & JulieAnne Stears- Oakland Swimmer of the Year Agnes Solan - Oakland Top two finishers are All-Summit League 50 Freestyle 1. Alyssa Vela (OU) 2. Sarah Ludema (OU) 3. Alex Hoffman (SDS)

23.61 24.00 24.09

100 Freestyle 1. Alyssa Vela (OU) 2. Liz Hoffman (USD) 3. Laura Huning (CC)

51.07 51.69 52.75

200 Freestyle 1. Liz Hoffman (USD) 2. Lauren Patterson (OU) 3. Alyssa Vela (OU)

1:51.34 1:53.17 1:53.24

500 Freestyle 1. JulieAnne Stears (OU) 2. Liz Hoffman (USD) 3. Marie Stuve (OU)

400 IM 1. JulieAnne Stears (OU) 2. Lauren Trondle (WIU) 3. Emily Tschetter (SDS)

4:27.06 4:31.11 4:33.43

17:09.41 17:12.84 17:28.86

200 Freestyle Relay 1. Oakland 2. South Dakota 3. Eastern Illinois

1:36.23 1:37.56 1:38.53

54.84 56.80 56.81

400 Freestyle Relay 1. Oakland 2. South Dakota 3. Centenary

3:25.24 3:33.20 3:33.63

200 Butterfly 1. Sandra Czerska (OU) 2. Laura Dinkelmann (WIU) 3. Nicole Salmeto (OU)

1:59.55# 2:03.33 2:06.19

800 Freestyle Relay 1. Oakland 2. South Dakota State 3. Eastern Illinois

7:32.78 7:43.35 7:48.30

100 Backstroke 1. Agnes Solan (OU) 2. Alyssa Busch (OU) 3. Jade Evink (OU)

53.99# 55.85 57.40

200 Backstroke 1. Agnes Solan (OU) 2. Alyssa Busch (OU) 3. Alex Hoffman (SDS)

2:00.72 2:03.41 2:04.79

1,650 Freestyle 1. JulieAnne Stears (OU) 2. Christina Gerometta (SDS) 3. Marie Stuve (OU) 100 Butterfly 1. Sandra Czerska (OU) 2. Nicole Salmeto (OU) 3. Sarah Ludema (OU)

4:58.10 5:00.13 5:01.55

200 Medley Relay 1. Oakland 1:42.53*# 2. Centenary 1:47.53 3. Eastern Illinois 1:47.60 400 Medley Relay 1. Oakland 2. South Dakota State 3. Eastern Illinois

3:45.12* 3:54.41 3:55.48

100 Breaststroke 1. Katie Budahl (SDS) 1:02.56*# 2. Johanna Gustafsson (OU) 1:03.84 3. Jenny Larsen (OU) 1:05.49

1-Meter Springboard 1. Chelsea Oates (OU) 2. Chen Ni (IUPUI) 3. Marcella Barretta (OU)

289.20* 270.75 242.50

200 Breaststroke 1. Katie Budahl (SDS) 2:13.18*# 2. Johanna Gustafsson (OU) 2:19.97 3. Emily Wike (OU) 2:20.66

3-Meter Springboard 1. Chen Ni (IUPUI) 2. Chelsea Oates (OU) 3. Marcella Barretta (OU)

307.50 301.55 275.50

200 IM 1. Agnes Solan (OU) 2. Sandra Czerska (OU) 3. Nicole Salmeto (OU)

2:00.41*# 2:05.13 2:05.76

CC EIU OU SDS USD WIU

Team Abbreviations Centenary Eastern Illinois Oakland South Dakota State South Dakota Western Illinois

* The Summit League meet record # NCAA “B” Cut

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Men’s All-Time Honors

ALL-AMERICA DIVISION I (1998-Present) Sean Broadbent 2003 Doug Drazin 2003 Anders Jensen 2009 Eric Lynn 2003 Chris Sullivan 2003, ‘06 Marcin Unold 2007, ‘08

DIVISION II (1965-1997) Darin Abbasse 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Arturo Albiero ‘1994, ‘95, ‘96 Doug Allen 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Tom Allen 1978, ‘79, ‘80 Dan Andrus 1986 Adric Arndt 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Morgan Bailey 1993, ‘94, ‘95 Carl Boyd 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Tom Boyd 1975, ‘76, ‘77, ‘78 Brian Brink 1979, ‘80, ‘81 Tim Brooks 1975 Mike Campbell 1969, ‘70, ‘71 Rob Carman 1988 Sam Castillo 1994, ‘95 Craig Chappell 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 John Christiansen 1982, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Larry Christiansen 1975 Doug Cleland 1986, ‘87, ‘88 James Collins 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Art Colton 1969 Jeff Colton 1983, ‘84 Jeff Cooper 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Rick Cozad 1980, ‘81, ‘82 Matt Croghan 1984, ‘85, ‘86 Dario DiFazio 1994, ‘95 Ian Dittus 1977, ‘78, ‘79 ‘80 Mark Doyle 1978, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 Eric Dresbach 1986, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 Jim Druart 1989 Mark Duff 1987, ‘88 Courtney Dunlap 1997 Ken Ehlen 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Kevin Everett 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Isaac Farnsworth 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Alan Faust 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Stephen Gallagher 1981, ‘82, ‘83 Gordie Geheb 1979, ‘80, ‘81, ‘82 Byron Gibbs 1974 Mark Gole 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Gordon Haigh 1979 Marc Hairston 1990, ‘91, ‘92 Elvind Hansen 1980 Jim Hanson 1975, ‘76, ‘77 Scott Harris 1989, ‘90 Jordan Hatch 1976, ‘77, ‘78, ‘79 Tracy Huth 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 Bob Jenrow 1974, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 Curtis Jonas 1982 Ratti Karapetian 1996, ‘97 Mike Karas 1974 Paul Karas 1974, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 B.J. Kearney 1978 Dale Kelly 1975 Kevin Kirchner 1975 Mark Knapp 1989, ‘90 Chris Knoche 1994, ‘95 Mike Koleber 1985, ‘86, ‘87 John Kovach 1988, ‘90, ‘91 Karl Kozicki 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Jens Kristensen 1994, ‘95, ‘96 Jeff Kuhn 1987 Steve Larson 1984, ‘85, ‘86, ‘87 Gary Lauinger 1974, ‘75 Mike McCloskey 1984

Eric McIlquham Doug McIntosh Todd McNeal Ido Meron Matt Michaels Brian Michalik Rod Mitchell Tim Murphy Dave Nack Mike Nation Dan Naylis Eric Newton Patrick Nichols Mike Obenshain Mike O’Hagen Richie Orr Thiago Orso John Parker David Paxton Nick Pesch Sean Peters Enos Pritchett Damian Pulliam Gary Quitiquit Kirk Raddatz Steve Ramsey Yoav Ritter Mike Robberson Jeff Ross Dave Rugowski Greg Santo Mike Schmidt Scott Seeley Jeff Seifert James Shirilla Joe Snyder Jason Steele Erik Strom Jon Strump Jim Surowiec Dale Swezene Rich Swoboda Jon Teal Randy Teeters Scott Teeters Steve Traube Mike Tumey Mark VanderMey Jeff Van Norman Bruce Vernburg Tom Warnica Shayne Wilson Hilton Woods Steve Yedlin Cory Zieger Chris Zoltak Loren Zook

1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 1978, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 1986 1997 1990, ‘91 1983 1974, ‘75, ‘76, ‘77 1978, ‘79, ‘80 1988, ‘89 1986, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 1996, ‘97 1992, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 1974 1982 1978, ‘79, ‘80, ‘81 1989, ‘90, ‘91 1997 1969, ‘70, ‘71, ‘72 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 1991 1991, ‘93, ‘94 1990, ‘92, ‘93 1997 1970 1987, ‘89 1986 1997 1997 1990 1986, ‘87, ‘88, ‘89 1980, ‘81 1981, ‘82, ‘83, ‘84 1988 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 1970 1995, ‘96, ‘97 1996 1988, ‘89 1993 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 1975 1988 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 1995, ‘96 1976, ‘77, ‘78 1992 1988 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 1986, ‘87 1985 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 1988, ‘89, ‘90 1970 1990, ‘91 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 1991

CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major All-America Aaron Holdsworth- 2008 Zoltan Horvath- 2008 Anders Jensen - 2009, ‘10 Andy Kellogg - 2009 Chris Tansel- 2008 Mike Templeton - 2010 Eddy Toro - 2009 Marcin Unold - 2007, ‘08, ‘09 NCAA CHAMPIONS DIVISION II (1964-1997) 1974

Paul Karas - 500 Free 1976 Paul Karas - 200 Fly 1978 Tom Boyd - 200 IM Mark Doyle - 100 & 200 Back 1979 Ian Dittus - 200 Fly Mark Doyle - 100 Back 1980 Ian Dittus - 200 Fly Mark Doyle - 100 & 200 Back Mark Vagel - 200 Free 1981 Mark Doyle - 100 & 200 Back Tracy Huth - 200 &400 IM Mark Vagel - 200 Free 1982 Tracy Huth - 200 &400 IM 1983 Jeff Colton - 100 & 200 Back Tracy Huth - 200 &400 IM Mike Schmidt - 1,650 Free 1984 Tracy Huth - 200 &400 IM 1986 Mark VanderMey - 100 Breast 1987 Steve Larson - 100 Back Mark VanderMey - 100 Breast 1988 Mark VanderMey - 100 & 200 Breast, 200 & 400 IM Hilton Woods - 50 Free 1989 Erik Strom - 500 Free Hilton Woods - 50 & 200 Free 1990 Eric McIlquham - 100 Fly Hilton Woods - 50 &100 Free 1991 Doug Allen - 200 Fly, 200 & 400 IM Marc Hairston - 1 Meter Springboard 1992 Doug Allen - 200 & 400 IM Carl Boyd - 100 Back Marc Hairston - 1 Meter Springboard Eric McIlquham - 100 Fly Jon Teal - 100 Free 1993 Chris Zoltak - 100 Fly 1994 Morgan Bailey - 50 Free Dario DiFazio - 1 & 3 Meter Springboard David Paxton - 500 & 1,650 Free Chris Zoltak - 100 Fly

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Men’s All-Time Honors 1995 Arturo Albiero - 200 & 400 IM James Collins - 200 Free Dario DiFazio - 3 Meter Springboard David Paxton - 500 & 1,650 Free Chris Zoltak - 100 & 200 Back, 100 Fly 1996 Jay Judson - 200 Breast Raffi Karapetian - 50 Free Chris Zoltak - 100 Back 1997 Jay Judson - 200 Breast Yoav Ritter - 200 Fly RELAYS 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

200 Medley Richie Orr, Jim Surowiec, Eric McIlquham, Dave Rogowski Richie Orr, Jim Surowiec, Eric McIlquham, Jon Teal Richie Orr, Matt Michaels, Eric McIlquham, Jeff Siefert Carl Boyd, Jeff Van Norman, Eric McIlquham, Jeff Siefert Carl Boyd, Jeff Van Norman, Chris Zoltak, Enos Pritchett Morgan Bailey, Adric Arndt, Chris Zoltak, Sean Peters Morgan Bailey, Randy Teeters, Chris Zoltak, Joe Snyder Chris Zoltak, Randy Teeters, Joe Snyder, Raffi Karapetian

1983 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1995 1996

400 Medley Jeff Colton, Tracy Huth, Alan Faust, Darin Abbasse Hilton Woods, Mark VanderMey, Mike Nation, Dave Rogowski Richie Orr, Jim Surowiec, Eric Dresbach, Hilton Woods, Richie Orr, Jim Surowiec Eric McIlquham, Hilton Woods, Richie Orr, Matt Michaels, Eric McIlquham, Jon Teal Carl Boyd, Jeff Van Norman, Eric McIlquham, Jon Teal Morgan Bailey, Jay Judson, Chris Zoltak, Jens Kristensen Chris Zoltak, Jay Judson, Joe Snyder, Ken Ehlen

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997

200 Freestyle Dave Rogowski, Jeff Seifert, Jon Teal, Eric McIlquham Eric McIlquham, Enos Pritchett, Richie Orr, Jon Teal Jon Teal, Eric McIlquham, Jeff Seifert, Richie Orr Eric McIlquham, Jeff Seifert, Enos Pritchett, Jon Teal Morgan Bailey, Sean Peters, Jon Stump, Enos Pritchett Morgan Bailey, Joe Snyder, Ken Ehlen, Chris Zoltak Raffi Karapetian, Joe Snyder, Mark Gole, Randy Teeters Raffi Karapetian, Mark Gole, Joe Snyder, Ken Ehlen

400 Freestyle 1981 Darin Abbasse, Tracy Huth,

1989 1990 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Gordie Geheb, Mark Vagle Dave Rogowski, Eric Dresbach, Eric McIlquham, Hilton Woods Eric McIlquham, Jon Teal, John Kovach, Hilton Woods Sean Peters, Morgan Bailey, Enos Pritchett, Chris Zoltak James Collins, Ken Ehlen, Sean Peters, Morgan Bailey Morgan Bailey, Joe Snyder, Ken Ehlen, Jens Kristensen Ken Ehlen, Jens Kristensen, Chris Zoltak, Raffi Karapetian Raffi Karapetian, Mark Gole, Joe Snyder, Ken Ehlen

1980 1981 1983 1984 1988 1989 1995 1996 1997

800 Freestyle Mike O’Hagen, Gordie Geheb, Ian Dittus, Mark Vagle Mike O’Hagen, Mark Vagle, Gordie Geheb, Tracy Huth Craig Chappell, Steve Gallagher, Mike Schmidt, Tracy Huth Tracy Huth, Craig Chappell, Mike McCloskey, Mike Schmidt Mark VanderMey, John Kovach, Erik Strom, Hilton Woods Erik Strom, Eric Dresbach, Scott Harris, Hilton Woods James Collins, Jens Kristensen, Ken Ehlen, Arthur Albiero James Collins, Jens Kristenen, Arthur Albiero, Ken Ehlen James Collins, Dan Naylis, Thiago Orso, Ken Ehlen SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 50 Freestyle

2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Sean Broadbent Sean Broadbent Chris Sullivan Eric Lynn Chris Sullivan Marcin Unold Marcin Unold Nick Bonucchi 100 Freestyle

2000 2001 2002 2003 2005 2006 2008 2009

Courtney Dunlap Sean Broadbent Andy Munoz Sean Broadbent Bryon Tansel Chris Sullivan Andy Kellogg Andy Kellogg

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Thiago Orso David Hartzel Marc Gray Sean Broadbent Sean Broadbent Bryon Tansel Bryon Tansel Dawid Tatarczyk Patrick Downing Justin Veneklase Mike Templeton

200 Freestyle

500 Freestyle 2000 Thiago Orso

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009 2010

Andy Schmit Marc Gray Nick McCollum Tony Smuckler Bryon Tansel Dawid Tatarczyk Aaron Holdsworth Aaron Holdsworth Tim Montague 1,650 Freestyle

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2008 2009 2010

Marc Gray Andy Schmit Marc Gray James Sewell Tony Smuckler Anthony Serio Tim Montague Tim Montague

2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Yoav Ritter Haitham Hassan Jim Kanak Chris Sullivan Blaine Dolcetti Chris Sullivan Chris Tansel Chris Tansel Aaron Holdsworth Alex Aceino

100 Butterfly

200 Butterfly

2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Yoav Ritter Pat Foley Josh Smith Blaine Dolcetti Blaine Dolcetti Aaron Holdsworth Aaron Holdsworth Aaron Holdsworth Anders Jensen Anders Jensen

2000 2001 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Ido Meron Haitham Hassan Chris Sullivan Eric Lynn Eric Lynn Marcin Unold Marcin Unold Anders Jensen Anders Jensen

2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Ido Meron David Hartzel Ehud Segal Nick McCollum Nick McCollum Mike Templeton Marcin Unold Marcin Unold Anders Jensen Anders Jensen

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Mark Quinn Jim Kanak Jim Kanak Scott Dickens Hunor Ma’te’ Zoltan Horvath

100 Backstroke

200 Backstroke

100 Breaststroke

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Men’s All-Time Honors

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Zoltan Horvath Zoltan Horvath Zoltan Horvath Andy Kellogg Scott Yarbrough

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Mark Quinn Mark Quinn Jim Kanak Scott Dickens Hunor Ma’te’ Zoltan Horvath Zoltan Horvath Zoltan Horvath Zoltan Horvath Scott Yarbrough Scott Yarbrough

200 Breaststroke

200 IM

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Thiago Orso Haitham Hassan Blaine Dolcetti Scott Dickens Nick McCollum Blaine Dolcetti Zoltan Horvath Zoltan Horvath Zoltan Horvath Eddy Toro Eddy Toro 400 IM

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Erich Kelly David Hartzel Blaine Dolcetti Nick McCollum Nick McCollum Nick McCollum Nick McCollum Eddy Toro Eddy Toro Eddy Toro Joe Rodgers 1-Meter Springboard

2002 Chris Gawronski 2005 Ryan Kish 2010 Adam Ralph 3-Meter Springboard 2005 Ryan Kish 2010 Adam Ralph 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

200 Freestyle Relay Thiago Orso, Todd Duncan, Nick Sosnowski, Courtney Dunlap Sean Broadbent, Todd Duncan, Doug Drazin, Joel Wallace Andy Munoz, Doug Drazin, Mike Parrish, Joel Wallace Sean Broadbent, Doug Drazin, Eric Lynn, Mike Parrish Chris Sullivan, Andy Munoz Eric Gusa, Sean Broadbent Eric Lynn, Chris Tansel, Nick McCollum, Bryon Tansel Chris Sullivan, Bryon Tansel, Eric Lynn, Chris Tansel Luke Ortego, Nick Bonucchi, Andy Kellogg, Chris Tansel Nick Bonucchi, Andy Kellogg, Chris Tansel, Byron Tansel

2009 Nick Bonucchi, Andy Kellogg, Justin Veneklase, Marcin Unold 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

400 Freestyle Relay Courtney Dunlap, Todd Duncan, Nick Sosnowski, Thiago Orso Dave Hartzel, Sean Broadbent, Joel Wallace, Doug Drazin Sean Broadbent, Andy Munoz, Chris Sullivan, Tim Johnson Scott Dickens, Eric McCollum, Doug Drazin, Sean Broadbent Chris Sullivan, Eric McCollum, Andy Munoz, Sean Broadbent Eric Lynn, Bryon Tansel, Blaine Dolcetti, Nick McCollum Chris Sullivan, Bryon Tansel, Luke Ortego, Eric Lynn Marcin Unold, Luke Ortego, Chris Tansel, Nick Bonucchi Marcin Unold, Chris Tansel, Nick Bonucchi, Andy Kellogg Andy Kellogg, Justin Veneklase, Nick Bonucchi, Marcin Unold

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009 2010

800 Freestyle Relay Thiago Orso, Courtney Dunlap, Yoav Ritter, Mick Sosnowski Dave Hartzel, Nick Sosnowski, Haitham Hassan, Sean Broadbent Marc Gray, Josh Smith, Andy Schmit, Andy Munoz Scott Dickens, Scott Lutz, Nick McCollum, Sean Broadbent Nick McCollum, Aroldo Nery, Bryon Tansel, Andy Munoz Bryon Tansel, Blaine Dolcetti, Aroldo Nery, Nick McCollum Dawid Tatarczyk, N. McCollum, Anthony Serio, Luke Ortego Aaron Holdsworth, Justin Veneklase, Dawid Tatarczyk, Marcin Unold Mike Templeton, Pat Downing, Anders Jensen, Tim Montague

2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

200 Medley Relay Ido Meron, Mark Quinn, Yoav Ritter, Courtney Dunlap Haitham Hassan, Joel Wallace, Jim Kanak, Doug Drazin Eric Lynn, Scott Dickens, Bryant Steele, Doug Drazin Chris Sullivan, Hunor Ma’Te’, Eric Gusa, Sean Broadbent Eric Lynn, Zoltan Horvath, Blaine Dolcetti, Chris Tansel Eric Lynn, Zoltan Horvath, Chris Sullivan, Bryon Tansel Marcin Unold, Zoltan Horvath, Chris Tansel, Luke Ortego Marcin Unold, Zoltan Horvath, Chris Tansel, Nick Bonucchi Anders Jensen, Andy Kellogg, Aaron Holdsworth, Nick Bonucchi Anders Jensen, Scott Yarbrough, Alex Aceino, Ben Vavra

2000 2001 2002

400 Medley Relay Ido Meron, Mark Quinn, Yoav Ritter, Thiago Orso Dave Hartzel, Haitham Hassan, Jim Kanak, Sean Broadbent Joel Wallace, Jim Kanak,

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Blaine Dolcetti, Andy Munoz Eric Lynn, Scott Dickens Ehud Segal, Sean Broadbent Chris Sullivan, Hunor Ma’Te’, Blaine Dolcetti, Sean Broadbent Eric Lynn, Zoltan Horvath, Blaine Dolcetti, Bryon Tansel Eric Lynn, Zoltan Horvath, Chris Sullivan, Bryon Tansel Marcin Unold, Zoltan Horvath, Aaron Holdsworth, Nick Bonucchi Marcin Unold, Zoltan Horvath, Chris Tansel, Andy Kellogg Anders Jensen, Andy Kellogg, Aaron Holdsworth, Marcin Unold Anders Jensen, Scott Yarbrough, Alex Aceino, Mike Templeton NATIONAL INDEPENDENT CONFERENCE (NIC) CHAMPIONS (1998-2005) 50 Freestyle

2002 Chris Sullivan 2003 Chris Sullivan 100 Freestyle 2003 Chris Sullivan 2004 Chris Sullivan 1-Meter Springboard 2005 Ryan Kish 3-Meter Springboard 1998 Scott McHugh 200 Freestyle Relay 2003 Chris Sullivan, Scott Dickens, Doug Drazin, Sean Broadbent 400 Freestyle Relay 2003 Chris Sullivan, Andrew Coupland, Scott Dickens, Sean Broadbent 800 Freestyle Relay 2000 David Hartzel, Mick Sosnowski, Haitham Hassam, Thiago Orso 200 Medley Relay 2003 Eric Lynn, Scott Dickens, Chris Sullivan, Sean Broadbent GLIAC CHAMPIONS (1976-97) 50 Freestyle

1979 1980 1981 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

Gordie Geheb Gordie Geheb Doug McIntosh Brian Michalik Steve Larson Mike Koleber Steve Ramsey Dave Rogowski Hilton Woods Scott Seeley Enos Pritchett Jon Stump & Enos Pritchett Jon Teal Enos Pritchett Joe Snyder Mark Gole Trevor Morgan

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Men’s All-Time Honors 100 Freestyle

1977 1980 1981 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

Jordy Hatch Mike O’Hagen Mark Vagle Darin Abbasse Darin Abbasse Mike Koleber Dan Andrus Dave Rogowski Hilton Woods Scott Seeley Scott Harris Jon Teal Jon Teal Enos Pritchett Ken Ehlen Raffi Karapetian Trevor Morgan 200 Freestyle

1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

Jordy Hatch Gordie Geheb Mike Sammons Mark Vagle Gordy Geheb Darin Abasse Mike Schmidt Tom Warnica Dan Andrus Bruce Verburg Scott Seeley Scott Harris Scott Harris Jon Teal Sean Peters Ken Ehlen Raffi Karapetian Wes Brown 500 Freestyle

1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1984 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1996

Ian Dittus Mike O’Hagan Mark Vagle Mike Sammons Matt Croghan Matt Croghan Jeff Cooper Jeff Cooper Jeff Cooper Mike Tumey Phil Schwaiger Eric Newton Steve Traub David Paxton James Collins

1977 1979 1980 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996

Brad Goff Ian Dittus Eivind Hansen Mike Sammons Tracy Huth Matt Croghan Jeff Cooper Matt Croghan Jeff Cooper Josh Weston Jeff Ross Phil Schwaiger Eric Newton Eric Newton David Paxton James Collins

1,650 Freestyle

100 Butterfly

1977 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1986 1988 1992 1993 1994 1997

Rod Mitchell Brian Brink Steve Gallagher Alan Faust Alan Faust Alan Faust Mark McDowell Mark McDowell Eric McIlquham Chris Zoltak David Dykstra Yoav Ritter

1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994

Paul Karas Brian Brink Ian Dittus Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Alan Faust Alan Faust Mark McDowell Mike Nation Mark McDowell Mike Tumey Doug Allen Doug Allen Doug Allen Steve Traube Josh Goldberg

200 Butterfly

100 Backstroke

1977 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

Tom Boyd Mark Doyle Gordon Haigh Mark Vagle Curt Jonas Jeff Colton Steve Larson Doug Cleland Steve Larson Hilton Woods Nick Pesch Carl Boyd Chris Zoltak Arturo Albiero Mark Gole Mike Robberson

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996

Mark Doyle Mark Doyle Gordon Haigh Curt Jonas Curt Jonas Mike McCloskey Steve Larson Doug Cleland Steve Larson David Nack Tim Hickey Nick Pesch Carl Boyd Carl Boyd Chris Zoltak Arturo Albiero Mark Gole

200 Backstroke

100 Breaststroke 1985 Mark VanderMey 1986 Mark VanderMey 1987 Mark VanderMey

1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996

Mark VanderMey Rob Carman Brad Boodt Matt Michaels Jeff VanNorman Adric Arndt Chris Knoche Randy Cobb

1977 1979 1982 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1996

Tom Allen Tom Allen Ron Link Tracy Huth Mark VanderMey Mark VanderMey Mark VanderMey Mark VanderMey Rob Carman Zak Rogalski Matt Michaels Shayne Wilson Jeff VanNorman Randy Cobb

200 Breaststroke

200 IM

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

Mark Vagle Gregg Santo Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Mark VanderMey Mark VanderMey Mark VanderMey John Monroe Tim Hickey Doug Allen Doug Allen Doug Allen Jeff VanNorman Ken Ehlen Arturo Albiero Erich Kelly 400 IM

1977 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996

Brad Goff Mark Vagle Mark Vagle Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Jeff Cooper Jeff Cooper Jeff Cooper Mark VanderMey Tim Hickey Doug Allen Carl Boyd Eric Newton Doug Allen David Paxton Randy Teeters

1979 1988 1990 1991 1992 1994 1997

Brian Kearney Mark Duff Mark Knapp Marc Hairston Marc Hairston Dario DiFazio Damian Pulliam

1-Meter Springboard

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Men’s All-Time Honors 3-Meter Springboard

1986 1987 1988 1990 1991 1994 1997

Todd McNeal Mark Duff Mark Duff Cory Zieger Cory Zieger Dario DiFazio Damian Pulliam

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

200 Freestyle Relay Scott Seeley, Jon Teal, John Kovach, Jeff Seifert Enos Pritchett, Jon Hescott, Jon Stump, Scott Harris Sean Peters, Jeff Seifert, Enos Pritchett, Jon Teal Sean Peters, Jon Stump, Enos Pritchett, Jeff Seifert Jon Stump, Enos Pritchett, Bryan Stafford, Sean Peters Brad Schoolmaster, Joe Snyder, Bryan Stafford, Chris Knoche Mark Gole, Jason Steele, Mike Robberson, Chris Knoche Trevor Morgan, Courtney Dunlap, Andy Belco, Chris Knoche

1977 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1988 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1994 1996 1997

400 Freestyle Relay Mark Holcomb, Steve Gooch, Jordy Hatch, Rod Mitchell Mark Vagel, Gordie Geheb, Mike O’Hagen, Jordy Hatch Oakland Mark Vagle, Gordie Geheb, Tracy Huth, Darin Abasse Oakland Oakland John Christiansen, Mike Koleber Mark VanderMey, Steve Larson Oakland Mike Koleber, Steve Larson, Mark VanderMey, Dave Rogowski Scott Harris, Hilton Woods, Nick Pesch, Mark VanderMey Jon Teal, Scott Harris, Scott Seeley, Jeff Seifert Scott Harris, Nick Pesch, Enos Pritchett, Jon Hescott Jon Stump, Sean Peters, Nick Pesch, Jon Teal Jeff Seifert, Jon Teal, Enos Pritchett, Sean Peters Chris Knoche, Joe Snyder, Brad Schoolmaster, Ken Ehlen Mark Gole, Chris Knoche, Bob Holdridge, James Collins Courtney Dunlap, Wes Brown, Chris Knoche, Ken Ehlen

1977 1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986

800 Freestyle Relay Paul Karas, Brad Goff, Jordy Hatch, Ian Dittus Tim Murphy, Mike O’Hagen, Ian Dittus, Jordy Hatch Oakland Gordie Geheb, Jeff Chappell, Tracy Huth, Mark Vagle Oakland Oakland Matt Croghan, Jeff Cooper, Mark VanderMey, Tom Warnica Oakland

1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

Scott Seeley, Nick Pesch, Jeff Cooper, Mark VanderMey Nick Pesch, Josh Weston, Scott Seeley, Mark VanderMey Scott Harris, Josh Weston, Chet Swanton, Jon Teal Scott Harris, Doug Allen, Jon Hescott, Nick Pesch Nick Pesch, Phil Schwaiger, Josh Weston, Jon Teal Carl Boyd, Eric Newton, Jamie May, Phil Schwaiger Sean Peters, Eric Newton, Brian Deming, Bob Squier Ken Ehlen, David Paxton, Brad Schoolmaster, Arturo Albiero Mark Gole, Tom Arnold, Bob Holdridge, James Collins Wes Brown, Nate Murphy, Courtney Dunlap, Ken Ehlen

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

200 Medley Relay Pete Locricchio, Rob Carman, John Kovach, Jeff Seifert Pete Locricchio, Zak Rogalski, Enos Pritchett, Jon Hescott Pete Locricchio, Zak Rogalski, Enos Pritchett, Sean Peters Carl Boyd, Zak Rogalski, Eric McIlquham, Enos Pritchett Chris Zoltak, Jeff VanNorman, Sean Peters, Enos Pritchett Arturo Albiero, Chris Knoche, David Dykstra, Joe Snyder Arturo Albiero, Adric Arndt, Scott Beebe, Raffi Karapetian Mike Robberson, Jay Judson, Scott Beebe, Trevor Morgan

1979 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997

400 Medley Relay Mark Doyle, Mark Vagel, Tom Allen, Brian Brink Mark Doyle, Tom Allen, Brian Brink, Mark Vagle Curt Jonas, Ron Link, Brian Brink, Mark Vagle Oakland Oakland Steve Larson, Jeff Kuhn, John Christiansen, Mike Koleber Doug Cleland, Mark VanderMey, Mark McDowell, Dan Andrus Steve Larson, Mike Nation, Mark VanderMey, Dave Rogowski Hilton Woods, Mark VanderMey, Richard Orr, Scott Seeley Tim Hickey, Rob Carman, Mike Tumey, Scott Harris Nick Pesch, Zak Rogalski, Doug Allen, Enos Pritchett Carl Boyd, Matt Michaels, Jon Teal, Jeff Seifert Carl Boyd, Zak Rogalski, Eric McIlquham, Jon Teal Carl Boyd, Jeff VanNorman, Chris Zoltak, Morgan Bailey Arturo Albiero, Chris Knoche, David Dykstra, Ken Ehlen Mark Gole, Randy Cobb, Scott Beebe, Bob Holdridge Kurt Knoper, Randy Cobb, Scott Beebe, Ken Ehlen

CONFERENCE HONORS THE SUMMIT LEAGUE Swimmer of the Year

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Thiago Orso Haitham Hassan Marc Gray Scott Dickens (CO) Chris Sullivan Bryon Tansel Chris Sullivan Zoltan Horvath Marcin Unold Anders Jensen Anders Jensen Newcomer of the Year

2000 2001 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008 2009

Drew Williams Sean Broadbent Scott Dickens Hunor Ma’te’ Zoltan Horvath Marcin Unold John Ledda Anders Jensen Diver of the Year

2002 Chris Gawronski 2005 Ryan Kish 2010 Adam Ralph Coach of the Year 2000 Pete Hovland 2001 Pete Hovland (CO) 2003 Pete Hovland (CO 2004 Pete Hovland 2009 Pete Hovland ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE First Team Alex Aceino - 2010 Nick Bonucchi - 2007, ‘08, ‘09 Sean Broadbent - 2001, ‘03, ‘04 Scott Dickens - 2003 Blaine Dolcetti - 2002, ‘04, ‘05 Doug Drazin - 2003 Patrick Downing - 2008, ‘10 Courtney Dunlap - 2000 Pat Foley - 2001 Chris Gawronski - 2002 Marc Gray - 2000, ‘02 Eric Gusa - 2004 David Hartzel - 2001 Haitham Hassan - 2001 Aaron Holdsworth - 2006, ‘07, ‘08, ‘09 Zoltan Horvath - 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Anders Jensen - 2009, ‘10 Jim Kanak - 2001, ‘02 Andy Kellogg - 2007, ‘08, ‘09 Erich Kelly - 2000 Ryan Kish - 2005 John Ledda - 2010 Chris Lutz - 2003 Eric Lynn - 2003, ‘05, ‘06 Hunor Ma’te’ - 2004 Nick McCollum - 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Ido Meron - 2000 Tim Montague - 2009, ‘10 Andy Munoz - 2002, ‘04 Aroldo Nery - 2004, ‘05 Thiago Orso - 2000

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Men’s All-Time Honors Luke Ortego - 2006, ‘07 Mike Parrish - 2003 Mark Quinn - 2000, ‘01 Adam Ralph - 2010 Joe Rodgers - 2010 Yoav Ritter - 2000 Andy Schmidt - 2001 Ehud Segal - 2003 Anthony Serio - 2006, ‘08 James Sewell - 2003 Josh Smith - 2002 Tony Smuckler - 2004 Bryant Steele - 2003 Chris Sullivan - 2004, ‘06 Bryon Tansel - 2005, ‘06, ‘08 Chris Tansel - 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Dawid Tatarczyk - 2006, ‘07, ‘09 Mike Templeton- 2006, ‘10 Eddie Toro - 2008, ‘09, ‘10 Marcin Unold - 2007, ‘08, ‘09 Ben Vavra - 2010 Justin Veneklase - 2009 Scott Yarbrough - 2009. ‘10 Second Team Garrett Baringhaus - 2009 Wesley Brown - 2000 Blaine Dolcetti - 2003 Colin Dolcetti - 2000, 01, 02 Todd Duncan - 2000 Doug Fiore - 2003, 04 Marc Gray - 2001 Spencer Haskins - 2002 Aaron Holdsworth - 2007 Ryan Kish - 2008 Jon Kulduk - 2000 Jason Manasseri - 2006, ‘07, ‘08 Sam Megli - 2008 Martin Moen - 2003, ‘04 Luke Ortego - 2007 Joe Rodgers - 2009 Andy Schmidt - 2002 Anthony Serio - 2007 Josh Smith - 2001 Tony Smuckler - 2003 Nick Sosnowski - 2000, ‘01 Mike Templeton - 2007 Eddie Toro - 2007 John Van Portfleet - 2004 Justin Veneklase - 2008 Joel Wallace - 2001 Drew Williams - 2000 ALL-NIC First Team Sean Broadbent - 2003 Andrew Coupland - 2003 Scott Dickens - 2003 Doug Drazin - 2003 David Hartzell - 2000 Haitham Hassam - 2000 Ryan Kish - 2005 Eric Lynn - 2003 Scott McHugh - 1998 Thiago Orso - 2000 Mick Sosnowski - 2000 Chris Sullivan - 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Second Team David Hartzel - 2001 Zoltan Horvath - 2005 Tim Johnson - 2002 Andy Schmit - 2000

ALL-GLIAC Darin Abbasse - 1982, ‘83, ‘84 Arturo Albiero - 1994, ‘96 Doug Allen - 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Tom Allen - 1977, ‘79 Dan Andrus - 1986 Adric Arndt - 1993, ‘96 Tom Arnold - 1996 Morgan Bailey - 1993 Scott Beebe - 1996, ‘97 Andy Belco - 1997 Brad Boodt - 1990 Carl Boyd - 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Tom Boyd - 1977 Brian Brink - 1979, ‘82 Wes Brown - 1997 Rob Carman - 1989 Craig Chappell - 1982 John Christiansen - 1985 Doug Cleland - 1986 Randy Cobb - 1996 James Collins - 1996 Jeff Colton - 1984 Jeff Cooper - 1985, ‘86, ‘87 Matt Croghan - 1984, ‘85, ‘86 Brian Deming - 1993 Dario DiFazio - 1994 Ian Dittus - 1977, ‘79, ‘80 Mark Doyle - 1979, ‘80 Mark Duff - 1987, ‘88 Courtney Dunlap - 1997 David Dykstra - 1994 Ken Ehlen - 1994, ‘97 Alan Faust - 1982, ‘83, ‘84 Gordie Geheb - 1979, ‘80, ‘82 Brad Goff - 1977 Josh Goldberg - 1994 Mark Gole - 1996 Steve Gooch - 1977 Marc Hairston - 1991, ‘92 Scott Harris - 1988, ‘89, ‘90 Jordy Hatch - 1977, 79 Elvind Hansen - 1980 Jon Hescott - 1990 Tim Hickey - 1989 Bob Holdridge - 1996 Mark Holcomb - 1977 Tracy Huth - 1982, ‘83, ‘84 Curt Jonas - 1981, ‘82, ‘83 Jay Judson - 1997 Raffi Karapetian - 1996 Paul Karas - 1977 Brian Kearney - 1977 Erich Kelly - 1997 Mark Knapp - 1990 Chris Knoche - 1994, 96, 97 Kurt Knoper - 1997 Mike Koleber - 1984, ‘85, 87 John Kovach - 1989 Jeff Kuhn - 1985 Steve Larson - 1984, ‘85, ‘87 Ron Link - 1982 Pete Locricchio - 1989, 90, 91 Jamie May - 1992 Mike McCloskey - 1984 Mark McDowell - 1986, ‘88 Eric McIlquham - 1992 Doug McIntosh - 1982 Todd McNeal - 1986 Matt Michaels - 1991 Brian Michalik - 1983 Rod Mitchell - 1977 John Monroe - 1988

Trevor Morgan - 1997 Nate Murphy - 1997 Tim Murphy - 1979 David Nack - 1988 Mike Nation - 1987 Eric Newton - 1992, ‘93 Mike O’Hagen - 1979, ‘80 Richard Orr - 1988 David Paxton - 1994 Nick Pesch - 1987, ‘88, ‘90, ‘91 Sean Peters - 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Enos Pritchett - 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Damian Pulliam - 1997 Steve Ramsey - 1986 Yoav Ritter - 1997 Mike Robberson - 1996, ‘97 Zak Rogalski - 1990, ‘91, 92 Dave Rogowski - 1987 Jeff Ross - 1990 Mike Sammons - 1980, ‘82, ‘83 Gregg Santo - 1980 Mike Schmidt - 1984 Brad Schoolmaster - 1994 Phil Schwaiger - 1990, ‘91, ‘92 Scott Seeley - 1987, ‘88, ‘89 Jeff Seifert - 1989, ‘91, ‘92 Joe Snyder - 1994 Bob Squier - 1993 Bryan Stafford - 1993, ‘94 Jason Steele - 1996 Jon Stump - 1990, ‘91, ‘92, ‘93 Chet Swanton - 1989 Jon Teal - 1989, ‘91, ‘92 Randy Teeters - 1996 Steve Traub - 1993 Mike Tumey - 1989 Mark Vagle - 1979, ‘80, ‘82 Mark VanderMey - 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Jeff VanNorman - 1992, ‘93 Bruce Verburg - 1987 Tom Warnica - 1985 Josh Weston - 1988, ‘89, ‘91 Shayne Wilson - 1992 Hilton Woods - 1988 Cory Zieger - 1990, ‘91 Chris Zoltak - 1993 GLIAC Athlete of the Year

1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996

Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Tracy Huth Jeff Cooper Mark VanderMey Mark VanderMey Mark VanderMey Tim Hickey Doug Allen Carl Boyd Jon Teal Chris Zoltak David Paxton Mark Gole Coach of the Year

1985 1987 1989 1990 1991

Pete Hovland Pete Hovland Pete Hovland Pete Hovland Pete Hovland

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Men’s Conference History

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1976 GLIAC School Oakland Wayne State Northern Michigan Ferris State

Pts. 311 180 172 48

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1977 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Wayne State Ferris State

Pts. 292 188 183 53

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1978 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Wayne State Ferris State

Pts. 258 184 160 108

Pl. 1. 2. 3.

1979 GLIAC School Oakland Wayne State Ferris State

Pts. 693 394 218

Pl. 1. 2. 3.

1980 GLIAC School Oakland Wayne State Ferris State

Pts. 718 413 233

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1981 GLIAC School Oakland Wayne State Ferris State Michigan Tech

Pts. 607 475 340 178

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1982 GLIAC School Oakland Wayne State Ferris State Michigan Tech

Pts. 687 458 254 174

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1983 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Wayne State Michigan Tech

Pts. 540 505.5 465.5 163

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1984 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Wayne State Michigan Tech

Pts. 643 535 273 213

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1985 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Michigan Tech Wayne State Grand Valley State

Pts. 522 485 297 249 144

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1986 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Wayne State Grand Valley State Michigan Tech

Pts. 457 261.5 131 122.5 59

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1987 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Wayne State Grand Valley State

Pts. 952 637 388.5 344

5. Michigan Tech

276.5

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1988 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Wayne State Grand Valley State Michigan Tech

Pts. 691 385 313 193 158

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1989 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Grand Valley State Michigan Tech Wayne State

Pts. 797 422 332 222 208

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1990 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Grand Valley State Wayne State Michigan Tech

Pts. 798.5 402.5 374.5 211 201

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1991 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Grand Valley State Michigan Tech Wayne State

Pts. 815 368 345 293 134

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1992 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Grand Valley State Wayne State

Pts. 708 437 358 183

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1993 GLIAC School Oakland Ferris State Grand Valley State Wayne State

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

1994 GLIAC School Oakland Grand Valley State Ferris State Wayne State

Pts. 804 458 340 340 Pts. 789 384.5 349 290.5

1995 GLIAC No championship meet Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1996 GLIAC School Oakland Grand Valley State Wayne State Ashland Gannon

Pts. 706 406 351 296 196

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1997 GLIAC School Oakland Ashland Grand Valley State Wayne State Gannon

Pts. 698 385 311 266 252

1998 Nat. Independent Con. Pl. School Pts. 1. Cincinnati 687 2. Southern Illinois 620 3. Northeast Louisiana 488 4. Florida Atlantic 473 5. Oakland 404 6. Western Kentucky 377 7. SW Missouri State 239

8. Charleston

110

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

1999 NIC School Cincinnati Western Kentucky Southern Illinois Oakland Northern Arizona Florida Atlantic Northeast Louisiana Evansville Charleston

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2000 Mid-Con School Oakland973.5 Western Illinois Valparaiso IUPUI

804 511 507.5

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2000 NIC School Cincinnati Western Kentucky Oakland Florida Atlantic Louisiana-Monroe SW Missouri State

Pts. 726 501.5 548.5 545.5 407.5 296

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2001 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois IUPUI Valparaiso

Pts. 1,042 593 548 513

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

2001 NIC School SMU Cincinnati Oakland Texas Christian Western Kentucky Florida Atlantic Louisiana-Monroe

Pts. 892.5 581 499 454.5 355 346 228

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2002 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois IUPUI Valparaiso

Pts. 966.5 735.5 636 375

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

2002 NIC School SMU Hawaii Oakland Western Kentucky Florida Atlantic Louisiana-Monroe Cincinnati

Pts. 923 576 558 514 399 206 104

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2003 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois IUPUI Valparaiso

Pts. 933 751 657 372

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

2003 NIC School SMU Hawaii Western Kentucky Oakland Florida Atlantic Louisiana-Monroe Denver

Pts. 771 676 538 528 398 301 230

Pts. 569.5 534.5 523.5 395.5 371 473 337 242 93 Pts.

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2004 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois IUPUI Valparaiso

Pts. 935 680 671 500

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2004 NIC School SMU Hawaii Oakland Denver Florida Atlantic

Pts. 903 876 536 467 356

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2005 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois Centenary IUPUI Valparaiso

Pts. 808 643 598 573 387

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2005 NIC School SMU Hawaii Oakland South Dakota State

Pts. 1005.5 740.5 644 313

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

2006 Mid-Con School Oakland IUPUI Western Illinois Eastern Illinois Centenary Valparaiso South Dakota State

Pts. 1,013 480 433.5 421.5 344 303 254

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

2007 Mid-Con School Oakland Centenary Eastern Illinois Western Illinois South Dakota State IUPUI Valparaiso

Pts. 982 603.5 460.5 402 331 307 187

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2008 Summit League School Pts. Oakland 1,050 Centenary 556 Western Illinois 461 Eastern Illinois 443 IUPUI 359 South Dakota State 278

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2009 Summit League School Pts. Oakland 1,077 Centenary 551 Eastern Illinois 466 Western Illinois 427 South Dakota State 330 IUPUI 279

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

2010 Summit League School Pts. Oakland 874.50 Centenary 576 Eastern Illinois 571 South Dakota State 402.5 South Dakota 325 Western Illinois 282 IUPUI 196

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Men’s Coaching History Year Head Coach 1964-65 Dick Robinson 1965-66 Corey Van Fleet 1966-67 Corey Van Fleet 1967-68 Corey Van Fleet 1968-69 Corey Van Fleet 1969-70 Corey Van Fleet 1970-71 Corey Van Fleet 1971-72 Michael O’Connor 1972-73 Corey Van Fleet 1973-74 Corey Van Fleet 1974-75 Corey Van Fleet 1975-76 Corey Van Fleet 1976-77 Corey Van Fleet 1977-78 Corey Van Fleet 1978-79 Corey Van Fleet 1979-80 Erine Maglischo 1980-81 Erine Maglischo 1981-82 Pete Hovland 1982-83 Pete Hovland 1983-84 Pete Hovland 1984-85 Pete Hovland 1985-86 Pete Hovland 1986-87 Pete Hovland 1987-88 Pete Hovland 1988-89 Pete Hovland 1989-90 Pete Hovland 1990-91 Pete Hovland 1991-92 Pete Hovland 1992-93 Pete Hovland 1993-94 Pete Hovland 1994-95 Pete Hovland 1995-96 Pete Hovland 1996-97 Pete Hovland 1997-98 Pete Hovland 1998-99 Pete Hovland 1999-00 Pete Hovland 2000-01 Pete Hovland 2001-02 Pete Hovland 2002-03 Pete Hovland 2003-04 Pete Hovland 2004-05 Pete Hovland 2005-06 Pete Hovland 2006-07 Pete Hovland 2007-08 Pete Hovland 2008-09 Pete Hovland 2009-10 Pete Hovland TOTALS

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W-L Summit! GLIAC@ NIC# 6-3-1 10-7 7-5 11-4 12-6 9-7 4-8 5-11 7-7 10-6 11-1 6-4 1st 6-2 1st 8-3 1st 6-4 1st 8-2 1st 8-2 1st 5-5 1st 12-1 1st 9-4 1st 5-6 1st 8-3 1st 11-3 1st 8-2 1st 8-3 1st 7-4 1st 10-3 1st 8-3 1st 5-5 1st 9-0 1st 8-0 No Meet 8-1 1st 8-1 1st 5-2 5th 5-5 4th 11-3 1st 3rd 5-3 1st 3rd 3-5 1st 3rd 8-5 1st 4th 5-4 1st 3rd 3-4 1st 3rd 5-3 1st 8-4 1st 5-5 1st 8-1 1st 4-4 1st 338-174-1

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Summit (2000-), Was the Mid-Continent until 2007-08 GLIAC - Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, 1976-97 NIC - National Independent Conference, 1998-2005 NCAA Division I (1998- Present), Division II (1969-97)

Name Ernie Maglischo Pete Hovland Dick Robinson Corey Van Fleet Michael O’Connor

Coaching History Yrs. 1979-81 1981- 1964-65 1965-71, 72-79 1971-72

W-L-T 16-4 204-92 6-3-1 107-64 5-11

Pct. .800 .689 .650 .626 .313

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DNS 27th DNS 25th 35th 27th 35th


Men’s Year-By-Year Hollie Lepley (1965)

Schoolcraft Albion Grand Rapids JC Windsor Schoolcraft Windsor Calvin Albion Calvin Eastern Michigan

1964-65 6-3-1

W L L W W W W W T L

51-42 39-58 39-69 58-28 48-45 48-29 55-35 50-45 47-47 37-57

Corey Van Fleet (1966-71)

Henry Ford CC Jackson CC Detroit Tech Bowling Green Flint Mott CC Jackson CC Schoolcraft Windsor Aurora Wayne State Flint Mott CC Delta CC Calvin Detroit Tech Schoolcraft Windsor Central Michigan

Detroit Tech Henry Ford CC Bowling Green UIC Wayne State Windsor Flint Mott CC Albion Flint Mott CC Detroit Tech Western Michigan Central Michigan

Aurora Albion Henry Ford CC Wayne State UIC Loyola-Chicago North Park Northern Michigan Detroit Tech Flint Mott CC Western Ontario

1965-66 10-7

1966-67 7-5

1967-68 11-4

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

57-96 84-51 53-42 27-68 36-58 62-33 80-51 80-33 43-52 33-62 58-104 81-60 63-28 51-44 65-29 70-25 39-56

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

70-33 44-51 26-69 38-66 53-51 77-16 64-30 46-58 50-45 70-25 27-68 64-39

W W L W W L W L W W W

63-41 57-47 48-56 58-55 66-27 40-64 64-40 54-59 80-22 57-27 62-42

Fredonia State Buffalo State Western Michigan Central Michigan

Eastern Michigan Henry Ford CC Henry Ford CC Michigan State Western Michigan UIC Aurora Buffalo State Albion Loyola-Chicago Kalamazoo College Western Ontario Illinois State North Park Wayne State Bowling Green Northern Michigan Central Michigan NCAA Division II

Henry Ford CC Western Michigan Michigan State North Park Loyola-Chicago Kalamazoo College Illinois State Buffalo State Western Ontario Wayne State Central Michigan Albion Eastern Michigan Ashland Northern Michigan Bowling Green NCAA Division II

Western Michigan Michigan State Northern Michigan Western Ontario Buffalo State Loyola-Chicago Central Michigan Eastern Michigan Albion Wayne State Bowling Green Ashland NCAA Division II

W W L W

66-47 57-56 42-62 71-41

L W W L L W W W W W W W W W W L L L T17th

24-89 57-47 51-44 46-77 31-91 73-31 111-0 67-46 58-46 61-46 74-30 85-30 57-56 55-49 59-54 40-73 38-75 49-64 22

W L L W L W W W W W W W L L L L 28th

55-40 38-85 45-77 57-47 46-58 72-27 57-56 67-46 66-48 65-48 58-55 69-37 39-75 40-73 30-83 51-61 17.5

L L L W L W L L W W L L 17th

40-73 13-93 35-84 72-41 41-72 56-55 33-79 31-82 69-43 66-47 37-76 44-68 44

1968-69 12-6

69-70 9-7

70-71 4-8

Michael O’Connor (1972)

Kalamazoo College Eastern Michigan Northern Michigan Loyola-Chicago UIC Ferris State Waterloo Western Ontario Buffalo State Notre Dame Central Michigan Marshall Ashland Wayne State Albion Bowling Green NCAA Division II

1971-72 5-11

W L L L W W W L L L L L L L W L 37th

66-47 45-68 48-65 36-77 65-48 66-47 59-54 51-62 49-64 53-60 44-69 41-72 48-65 53-60 77-35 30-82 8

Corey Van Fleet (73-79) 1972-73 7-7

Eastern Michigan L 37-76 Kalamazoo College W 64-49 Ferris State W 85-28 Western Ontario W 66-47 Notre Dame L 39-74 Loyola-Chicago W 61-52 Waterloo W 76-35 Albion W 68-42 Buffalo State L 33-80 Valparaiso L 54-59 UIC W 74-39 Ashland L 45-68 Northern Michigan L 44-67 Wayne State L 55-58 NCAA Division II Did Not Score

NCAA Division II

Albion Eastern Michigan Waterloo Western Ontario Notre Dame Northern Michigan Buffalo State Western Michigan Loyola-Chicago Ohio Central Michigan Wayne State NCAA Division II

1973-74 10-6

1974-75 11-1

7th

79

W L W W W W W W W W W W 4th

77-36 55-58 74-39 86-27 63-50 70-43 67-46 67-46 91-22 75-38 77-36 72-41 166

1975-76 6-4 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Albion W Eastern Michigan L

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Men’s Year-By-Year Michigan State Western Ontario Central Michigan Notre Dame Buffalo State Michigan Northern Michigan Wayne State GLIAC NCAA Division II

L W L W W L W W 1st 3rd

42-81 80-33 45-68 78-35 76-37 35-78 71-42 81-59 311 186

1976-77 6-2 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Michigan State L Wayne State W Michigan L Western Michigan W Western Ontario W Northwestern W UIC W Cleveland State W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 5th

29-83 82-57 39-84 60-53 81-32 58-55 85-28 70-43 292 134

1977-78 8-3 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Michigan State L Purdue L Wayne State W Michigan L Western Ontario W Northwestern W UIC W Cleveland State W Western Michigan W Northern Michigan W Ashland W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 3rd

29-83 40-73 82-57 39-84 81-32 58-55 85-28 70-43 61-52 70-43 68-45 258 182

1978-79 6-4 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Michigan State L 51-62 Michigan L 41-72 Central Michigan W 80-31 Waterloo W 58-55 Ferris State W 73-39 Kent State L 45-68 Western Ontario W 82-31 Ohio State L 51-62 Wayne State W 72-50 Northern Michigan W 64-49 GLIAC Championships 1st 693 NCAA Division II 2nd 170

Ernie Maglischo (1980-81) 1979-80 8-2 NCAA DIVISION II

NATIONAL CHAMPIONS GLIAC CHAMPIONS Michigan State W Wright State W Indiana L Cincinnati L Western Ontario W Chico State W Western Michigan W Ferris State W Northern Michigan W Wayne State W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 1st

63-55 68-45 31-73 43-70 60-53 64-49 63-50 84-22 67-46 94-39 718 312

1980-81 8-2 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Michigan State L 46-67 Waterloo W 80-33 Cincinnati L 43-70 Wright State W 84-26 Chico State W 60-53 Western Ontario W 81-32 Ferris State W 75-38 Western Michigan W 64-49 Central Michigan W 66-47 Wayne State W 71-60 GLIAC Championships 1st 607 NCAA Division II 2nd 338 Pete Hovland (1982-) 1981-82 5-5 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Michigan State L Wyoming L Wright State W Chico State L Kenyon L Clarion L Ferris State W Central Michigan W Western Michigan W Wayne State W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 3rd

47-66 42-67 66-43 47-66 51-57 55-58 78-42 70-42 73-42 85-47 687 229

1982-83 12-1 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Michigan State W 59-54 Eastern Michigan L 33-80 Iowa State W 62-51 Illinois W 69-44 Waterloo W 74-36 Bowling Green W 71-42 Wright State W 64-48 Chico State W 64-49 Kenyon W 76-37 Ferris State W 66-47 Western Michigan W 84-29 Wayne State W 76-64

Kalamazoo College GLIAC Championships NCAA Division II

W 1st 2nd

73-40 540 347.5

1983-84 9-4 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Michigan State W 69-44 Eastern Michigan W 58-55 Indian River L 51-62 Tampa L 46-66 Miami-Ohio W 67-45 Michigan L 33-79 Waterloo W 71-40 Western Ontario W 71-40 Chico State W 66-47 Puget Sound W 84-21 Kenyon L 52-61 Ferris State W 65.5-47.5 Wayne State W 66-26 GLIAC Championships 1st 643 NCAA Division II 2nd 226 1984-85 5-6 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Michigan State L Eastern Michigan L Purdue L Miami-Ohio W Michigan L Sacramento State W Chico State L Clarion W Kenyon L Ferris State W Wayne State W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 6th

39-74 24-89 42-69 60-53 36-77 74-39 51-62 59-54 37-68 69-39 61-40 522 201

1985-86 8-3 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Michigan State L Wright State W Michigan L Miami-Ohio W Chico State W Sacramento State W Edinboro W Clarion W Kenyon L Ferris State W Wayne State W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 3rd

53-65 70-43 41-69 76-37 61-52 70-39 63-52 57-56 42-71 76-35 71-36 457 335

1986-87 11-3 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Bowling Green L 100-115 Western Ontario W 129.5-83.5

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Men’s Year-By-Year Michigan State Kalamazoo College Toledo Ferris State Chico State Michigan Wright State Clarion Kenyon Air Force Ferris State Wayne State GLIAC Championships NCAA Division II

L W W W W L W W W W W W 1st 2nd

93-122 115-91 53-41 139-67 125-118 79-128 118-97 121-91 117.5-97.5 113-102 147-59 127-79 952 246

1987-88 8-2 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Grand Valley State W 130-70 Toledo W 117-79 Western Ontario W 127-79 Michigan State L 51-62 Michigan L 92-125 Wright State W 119-87 Clarion W 138-79 Kenyon W 120-85 Ferris State W 141-70 Wayne State W 119-80 GLIAC Championships 1st 691 NCAA Division II 2nd 344.5 1988-89 8-3 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Toronto L 43-52 McMasters W 77-38 Grand Valley State W 132-83 Western Ontario W 78-17 Michigan L 40-73 Wright State W 159-84 Clarion W 128-107 Kenyon W 147-90 Ferris State W 159-63 Wayne State W 189-33 Michigan State L 118-119 GLIAC Championships 1st 797 NCAA Division II 2nd 406 1989-90 7-4 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Grand Valley State W 147-94 Western Ontario W 128-81 Michigan L 34-99 Purdue L 106.5-135.5 Edinboro W 106-76 Clarion W 153-90 Kenyon L 114-127 Toronto W 139-100 Ferris State W 150-72 Wayne State W 129-54 Michigan State L 35-78 GLIAC Championships 1st 798.5

NCAA Division II

2nd

686

1990-91 10-3 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP North Dakota W 124-73 North Dakota State W 123-67 Grand Valley State W 149-77 Michigan State L 100-141 Georgia State W 133-72 Western Ontario W 142-63 Wright State W 136-104 Denison W 147-64 Clarion W 179-63 Kenyon W 132-81 Cal State Bakersfield L 93-112 Wayne State W 132-84 Michigan L 97-154 GLIAC Championships 1st 815 NCAA Division II 2nd 652 1991-92 8-3 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Wright State W Michigan L Western Ontario W Michigan State L Denison W Edinboro W Clarion W Kenyon W Ashland W Cal State Bakersfield L Wayne State W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 3rd

119-118 73-170 61-34 81-156 125-85 119-91 141-69 135-107 112-77 91-114 128-46 708 480.5

1992-93 5-5 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Wright State L 86-146 Cincinnati L 39-56 North Carolina State L 19-76 Western Ontario W 147.5-57.5 Eastern Michigan L 95-147 Denison W 150-82 Kenyon W 150-86 Ashland W 146-57 Wayne State W 170-47 Cal State Bakersfield L 73-132 GLIAC Championships 1st 804 NCAA Division II 2nd 549.5

1993-94 9-0 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Wright State W 146-97 Western Ontario W 111-63 Eastern Michigan W 155-88

Denison Kenyon Ashland Ferris State Clarion Edinboro GLIAC Championships NCAA Division II

W W W W W W 1st 1st

153-74 173-68 72-23 73-22 162-73 143-62 789 791

1994-95 8-0 NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Wright State W 156-81 Cincinnati W 161-80 Ashland W 140-67 Western Ontario W 119-75 Eastern Michigan W 147-96 Denison W 158-77 Wayne State W 146-65 Hope W 148.5-65.5 NCAA Division II 1st 890 1995-96 8-1 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Wright State W 135-100 Ashland W 108-93 Western Ontario W 104-70 Hawaii W 128-94 Eastern Michigan L 112-129 Denison W 139-100 Kenyon W 145-95 Hope W 152.5-83.5 Wayne State W 146-83 GLIAC Championships 1st 706 NCAA Division II 1st 869.5 1996-97 8-1 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Toledo L Wright State W Western Ontario W Kenyon W Ashland W Clarion W Edinboro W Hope W Wayne State W GLIAC Championships 1st NCAA Division II 1st

Denison Kenyon Eastern Michigan Cincinnati Western Kentucky Clarion Ashland

1997-98 5-2

W L L W W W W

107-130 130-113 119-76 144-99 187-52 157-82 203-30 173-67 174-47 698 767

143.5-97.5 101-138 107-136 145-91 124-113 151-89 183-45

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Men’s Year-By-Year 1998-99 5-5

Wright State Toledo Buffalo Kenyon Indiana River CC Florida Atlantic Eastern Michigan Denison Ohio Cincinnati National Independent

W L L W L W L W W L 4th

138-90 67-170 108-123 152-79 110-121 129-94 76-163 146-93 119-118 92.5-136.5 395.5

1999-2000 11-3 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Florida L 72.5-132.5 Michigan State W 119-118 Wright State W 119-69 Bowling Green W 127-96 Buffalo W 125-107 Toledo W 140-89 Ohio W 120-105 Cleveland State W 132-91 Florida Atlantic W 142-99 Emory W 161-80 Kenyon W 144-79 Eastern Michigan L 88-141 Notre Dame W 134.5-106.5 Cincinnati L 127-166 Mid-Continent 1st 973.5 2000-01 5-3 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Notre Dame W 134.5-106.5 Toledo W 124-119 Bowling Green W 148-95 Wright State W 100-99 Kenyon W 144-79 Michigan State L 98-140 Eastern Michigan L 88-141 Cincinnati L 127-166 Mid-Continent 1st 1093

2001-02 3-5 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Wright State L 110-130 Toledo L 101-140 New Hampshire W 43-25 Missouri-Rolla W 44-24 Kenyon W 130-93 Michigan State L 105-136 Notre Dame L 133.5-162.5 Eastern Michigan L 95-137 Mid-Continent 1st 966.5 NCAA Division I DNS 2002-03 8-5

MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS West Virginia W 124-107 Wayne State W 172-59 Niagara W 172-51 Cincinnati L 113-148 Wright State W 129-103 Toledo L 124.5-155.5 Washington L 52-153 Kenyon W 124-81 Eastern Michigan L 88-149 St. Bonaventure W 175-119 Pittsburgh L 85-152 Michigan State W 124.5-117.5 Notre Dame W 151-149 Mid-Continent 1st 933 NCAA Division I 27th 17th 2003-04 5-4 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Wayne State W 161-80 West Virginia L 113-130 Wright State W 126-115 Cincinnati W 144-87 Eastern Michigan L 78-165 Kenyon W 133-132 St. Bonaventure W 169-129 Michigan State L 97-145 Notre Dame L 103-183 Mid-Continent 1st 935 National Independent 3rd 536 NCAA Division I DNS 2004-05 3-4 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Wayne State W 154-85 Milwaukee W 148.5-93.5 Wright State L 91-146 Eastern Michigan L 80-158 Kenyon W 137-128 Michigan State L 116-179 Notre Dame L 107-175 Mid-Continent 1st 808 National Independents 3rd 644

2005-06 5-3 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Cincinnati W 140-91 Milwaukee W 186-57 Wayne State W 175-62 Wright State W 159-135 Pittsburgh L 78-165 Hope W 139-90 Eastern Michigan L 104-139 Michigan State L 103-139 Mid-Continent 1st 1013 NCAA Division I 25th 22

MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Cincinnati W 130-102 Wayne State W 138-100 Cincinnati W 171.5-122.5 Wright State L 124-170 Eastern Michigan L 97-146 Princeton L 113-130 Clarion W 187-75 Duquesne W 158-104 Hope W 183-115 Notre Dame L 119-181 Kenyon W 193-100 Michigan State W 164-136 Mid-Continent 1st 982 NCAA Division I 35th 3.5 2007-08 5-5 SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS IUPUI W 188-55 Wayne State W 189-48 Western Kentucky L 114-127 Wright State W 143-100 Princeton L 122-178 Eastern Michigan L 128-172 Notre Dame L 126-174 Cincinnati W 172-121 Michigan State L 99-144 Kenyon W 179-101 Summit League 1st 1050 NCAA Division I 27th 23 2008-09 8-1 SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Cincinnati W 189-110 Wayne State W 210-90 Western Kentucky L 145-155 Wright State W 267.5-215.5 Eastern Michigan W 151-147 Cleveland State W 173.5-118.5 Notre Dame W 161.5-137.5 Kenyon W 136.5-124.5 Michigan State W 153-148 Summit League 1st 1077 NCAA Division I 35th 5 2009-10 4-4 SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Notre Dame L 119-179 Wayne State W 178-118 Wright State W 158-140 Michigan L 101-168 Eastern Michigan L 98-202 Kenyon W 164-114 Cleveland State W 122.5-95.5 Michigan State L 90-208 Summit League 1st 884.5

2006-07 8-4

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Women’s All-Time Honors ALL-AMERICA DIVISION I (1998-Present) Georgi Kinsela Tanya Korniyenko

2000 2004

DIVISION II (1982-1997) Gina Allesandri 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Becki Bach 1993, ‘94, ‘96, ‘97 Jessie Bailey 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Ingrid Bartnik 1991, ‘92 Heather Bockmann 1996, ‘97 Amy Comerford 1991, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Marsha Dahlgren 1982 Sheila Dempsey 1990, ‘91 Patty Doherty 1982, ‘83, ‘84 Karen Enneking 1982, ‘83, ‘84 Laura Fisher 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Deanna Fridley 1989, ‘90, ‘91 Clarice Gelmine 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Bonnie Gleffe 1984, ‘85 Dana Goerke 1986 Lisa Guilfoyle 1989, ‘90, ‘91 Betsy Hansen 1997 Liz Hawes 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Katie Ill 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Ann Jacobson 1990 Angie Johnson 1991, ‘92, ‘93, ‘94 Ginnie Johnson 1986, ‘88, ‘89 Laura Juncker 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Nikki Kelsey 1987, ‘88, ‘89, ‘90 Dana Kennedy 1988, ‘89, ‘90, ‘91 Allison Klump 1986 Jennifer Kunishima 1991 Kerry Leavoy 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Danni Lentine 1992, ‘93 Ellen Lessig 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Heidi Mader 1992 Tammy McGinnis 1982 Jill Mellis 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Colleen Murphy 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Kristen Naglekirk 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Debbie Nickels 1993, ‘94, ‘96 Sue Novitsky 1988 Lee Ann O’Neill 1986, ‘87 Cindi Parker 1990, ‘92 Jodi Parker 1992, ‘93, ‘94, ‘95 Jackie Parks 1982, ‘83, ‘84 Kryston Peterson 1982 Shelly Pilarski 1988, ‘89 Kim Pogue 1983, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Michelle Rademacher 1994, ‘95, ‘96 Lyn Schermer 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Nancy Schermer 1985, ‘86, ‘87, ‘88 Linda Scott 1983, ‘84, ‘85, ‘86 Renee Shaw 1991 Kristi Spicer 1986, ‘88 Jennifer Stair 1994, ‘95, ‘96 Shelly Staniek 1982 Sarah Stanwood 1983, ‘84, ‘85 Shelley Steyaert 1988 Beth Surowiec 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Ellen Surowiec 1995, ‘96 Shannon Taylor 1991, ‘92, ‘93 Mandy Terrell 1995, ‘96 Jill Thompson 1988 Kathy VanHouten 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Lisa Van Tatenhove 1996, ‘97 Kathy VanValkenburg 1982, ‘83, ‘84, ‘85 Mary Vincent 1982, ‘83, ‘84 NCAA CHAMPIONS DIVISION II (1982-1997) 1982 Karen Enneking - 50, 100 & 200 Breast Kathy Van VanValkenberg - 50 Back & 100 IM 1983 Karen Enneking - 50 & 200 Breast

1984 Mary Vincent - 1 Meter Springboard 1989 Nikki Kelsey - 1 Meter Springboard Lyn Schermer - 200 Free 1990 Nikki Kelsey - 3 Meter Springboard Lyn Schermer - 200 IM 1991 Lisa Guilfoyle - 50 & 100 Free 1992 Ingrid Bartnik- 3 Meter Springboard Amy Comerford - 100 Back 1993 Amy Comerford - 100 Back Ellen Lessig - 50 Free Kristen Nagelkirk - 200 Free 1994 Amy Comerford - 100 /200 Back, 200 IM Ellen Lessig - 50 Free Kristen Nagelkirk - 100, 200 & 500 Free Debby Nickels - 1,650 Free 1995 Kristen Nagelkirk - 200 Free RELAYS 1982 1992 1993 1994 1995

200 Medley Kathy Van VanValkenberg, Karen Enneking, Marsha Dahlgren, Jackie Parks Amy Comerford, Cindi Parker, Katie Ill, Laura Fischer Amy Comerford, Angie Johnson, Laura Fischer, Ellen Lessig Amy Comerford, Angie Johnson, Gisa Alessandri, Ellen Lessig Liz Hoews, Jill Mellis, Gisa Alessandri, Ellen Lessig 200 Freestyle

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Lisa Guilfoyle, Kerry Leavoy, Dana Kennedy, Lyn Schermer Lisa Guilfoyle, Kerry Leavoy, Dana Kennedy, Lyn Schermer Kerry Leavoy, Amy Comerford, Jodi Parker, Laura Fischer Laura Fischer, Amy Comerford, Angie Johnson, Ellen Lessig Amy Comerford, Jodi Parker, Angie Johnson, Ellen Lessig Jodi Parker, Laura Junker, Ellen Surowiec, Ellen Lessig Lisa Van Tatenhove, Jill Mellis, Laura Juncker, Ellen Lessig 400 Freestyle

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

Lisa Guilfoyle, Kerry Leavoy, Dana Kennedy, Lyn Schermer Lisa Guilfoyle, Kerry Leavoy, Dana Kennedy, Lyn Schermer Laura Fischer, Jodi Parker, Kerry Leavoy, Lyn Schermer Laura Fischer, Ellen Lessig, Jodi Parker, Kristen Naglekirk Ellen Lessig, Jodi Parker, Angie Johnson, Kris Naglekirk Ellen Lessig, Laura Juncker, Jodi Parker, Kristen Naglekirk Lisa Van Tatenhove, K. Naglekirk, Laura Juncker, Ellen Lessig

1993 1994 1995 2009

800 Free Jodi Parker, Ellen Lessig, Shannon Taylor, Kris Naglekirk Ellen Lessig, Jennifer Stair, Jodi Parker, Kristen Naglekirk Laura Juncker, Jennifer Stair, Jodi Parker, Kristen Naglekirk CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Tara Baxter

1st

CollegeSwimming.com Mid-Major All-America Agnes Solan - 2010 SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS 50 Freestyle

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Danielle Ward Tamara Swaby Tamara Swaby Oksana Strelets Oksana Strelets Riley Rigoli Rachel Beardsley Sarah Ludema Alyssa Vela Alyssa Vela 100 Freestyle

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009

Gracie Bender Danielle Ward Danielle Ward Danielle Ward Line Jensen Line Jensen Carolyn Routh Lauren Patterson Alyssa Vela

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010

Rachelle Atrasz Danielle Ward Angela Simetkosky Angela Simetkosky Angela Simetkosky Karoline Freytag Sophia Gustafsson Sophia Gustafsson Sophia Gustafsson JulieAnne Stears

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2009 2010

Rachelle Atrasz Danielle Ward Angela Simetkosky Angela Simetkosky Angela Simetkosky Karoline Freytag Sophia Gustafsson Sophia Gustafsson JulieAnne Stears

Danielle Ward Kelly Carlin Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets Oksana Strelets Line Jensen Riley Rigoli Riley Rigoli Sarah Ludema Alyssa Vela Alyssa Vela 200 Freestyle

500 Freestyle

1,650 Freestyle

100 Butterfly

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Women’s All-Time Honors

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010

Tamara Swaby Tamara Swaby Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Melissa Jaeger Melissa Jaeger Kristen Hamilton Kristen Hamilton Sandra Czerska 200 Butterfly

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2010

Tamara Swaby Tamara Swaby Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Melissa Jaeger Melissa Jaeger Sandra Czerska 100 Backstroke

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Yvonne Lynn Tara Berringer Tara Berringer Tara Berringer Renie Green Tara Baxter Sarah Ludema Agnes Solan Agnes Solan Agnes Solan

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Yvonne Lynn Tara Berringer Tara Berringer Tara Berringer Tara Berringer Amanda Burwell Amanda Burwell Agnes Solan Agnes Solan Agnes Solan

2000 2001 2002 2003 2006 2008 2009

Kellyann Williams Shelley Aurit Shelley Aurit Maria Musialczyk Melissa Jaeger Emily Wike Johanna Gustafsson

200 Backstroke

100 Breaststroke

200 Breaststroke

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008

Kristen Lesnau Shelley Aurit Shelley Aurit Shelley Aurit Maria Musialczyk Maria Musialczyk Kim Bacon Emily Wike

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Shelley Aurit Shelley Aurit Tanya Korniyenko Line Jensen Line Jensen Amanda Burwell Amanda Burwell Agnes Solan Agnes Solan Agnes Solan

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

Rachelle Atrasz Heather Kelly Tara Berringer Tara Berringer Amanda Burwell

200 IM

400 IM

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Amanda Burwell Amanda Burwell Amanda Burwell Sophia Gustafsson Sophia Gustafsson JulieAnne Stears 1-Meter Springboard

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2010

Laura Sorley Devon Cunningham Linda Keskey Linda Keskey Becky Renkola Linda Keskey Chelsea Oates Chelsea Oates

2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008

Kazi Murr Devon Cunningham Linda Keskey Linda Keskey Becky Renkola Andrea Endres Chelsea Oates

3-Meter Springboard

200 Freestyle Relay 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Danielle Ward, Kellyann Williams, Sara Harley, Gracie Bender Tamara Swaby, Yvonne Lynn, Megan Cagney, Veronica Frolova Tamara Swaby, Christina Moceri, Holly Miller, Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets, Christina Moceri, Karoline Freytag, Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets, Jenna DeJonge, Karoline Freytag, Line Jensen Jenna DeJonge, Chrissy Hager, Karoline Freytag, Line Jensen Riley Rigoli, Elaine Shalla, Chrissy Hager, Carolyn Routh Riley Rigoli, Sarah Ludema, Rachel Beardsley, Elaine Shalla Kelli Dewey, Sarah Ludema, Riley Rigoli, Chrissy Hager Sarah Ludema, Kelli Dewey, Corey Tschannen, Tara Baxter Sarah Ludema, Corey Tschannen, Johanna Gustafsson, Kelli Dewey 400 Freestyle Relay

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Becky Kelly, Heather Kelly, Kellyann Williams, Gracie Bender Danielle Ward, Kelly Carlin, Megan Carney, Yvonne Lynn Tamara Swaby, Christina Moceri, Holly Miller, Danielle Ward Danielle Ward, Karoline Freytag, Holly Miller, Oksana Strelets Oksana Strelets, Jenna DeJonge, Tanya Korniyenko, Line Jensen Karolina Freytag, Riley Rigoli, Melissa Jaeger, Line Jensen Riley Rigoli, Melissa Jaeger, Elaine Shalla, Carolyn Routh Elaine Shalla, Rachel Beardsley, Sarah Ludema, Riley Rigoli Sarah Ludema, Lauren Patterson, Riley Rigoli, Agnes Solan Agnes Solan, Kelli Dewey, Sarah Ludema, Alyssa Vela Agnes Solan, Sarah Ludema, Johanna Gustafsson, Alyssa Vela 800 Freestyle Relay

2000 Rachel Atrasz, Becky Kelly, Gracie Bender, Danielle Ward 2001 Tamara Swaby, Angela Simetkosky,

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Karoline Freytag, Line Jensen Riley Rigoli, Elaine Shalla, Chrissy Hager, Carolyn Routh Riley Rigoli, Sarah Ludema, Rachel Beardsley, Elaine Shalla Agnes Solan, Lauren Patterson, Sophia Gustafsson, Sarah Ludema Alyssa Vela, Kelli Dewey, Sophia Gustafsson, Agnes Solan Agnes Solan, Lauren Patterson, Sarah Ludema, Alyssa Vela 200 Medley Relay

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Sara Hadley, Kellyann Williams, Rachel Atrasz, Danielle Ward Yvonne Lynn, Shelley Aurit, Tamara Swaby, Danielle Ward Tara Berringer, Shelley Aurit, Tamara Swaby, Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets, Maria Musialczyk, Tanya Korniyenko, Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets, Shelley Aurit, Tanya Korniyenko, Jenna DeJonge Renie Green, Maria Musialczyk, Melissa Jaeger, Jenna DeJonge Amanda Burwell, M. Musialczyk, Melissa Jaeger, Riley Rigoli Amanda Burwell, Riley Rigoli, Rachel Beardsley, Sarah Ludema Agnes Solan, Emily Wike, Kristen Hamilton, Kelli Dewey Agnes Solan, Johanna Gustafsson, Sarah Ludema, Alyssa Vela Agnes Solan, Johanna Gustafsson, Sandra Czerska, Ashley Vela 400 Medley Relay

2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Kristen Kursiss, Kellyann Williams, Rachel Atrasz, Danielle Ward Yvonne Lynn, Shelley Aurit, Tamara Swaby, Kelly Carlin Tara Berringer, Shelley Aurit, Tamara Swaby, Danielle Ward Tara Berringer, Lindsay Unrath, Tanya Korniyenko, Oksana Strelets Renie Green, Maria Musialczyk, Melissa Jaeger, Jenna DeJonge Amanda Burwell, Maria Musialczyk, Melissa Jaeger, Riley Rigoli Sarah Ludema, Kim Bacon, Kristen Hamilton, Riley Rigoli Agnes Solan, Emily Wike, Kristen Hamilton, Sarah Ludema Agnes Solan, Emily Wike, Sarah Ludema, Ashley Vela Agnes Solan, Johanna Gustafsson, Sandra Czerska, Ashley Vela NATIONAL INDEPENDENT CONFERENCE (NIC) CHAMPIONS 50 Freestyle

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Oksana Strelets Oksana Strelets Oksana Strelets Oksana Strelets Jenna Dejonge

2001 2003 2004 2005

Oksana Strelets Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets Line Jensen

100 Freestyle

500 Freestyle 2003 Angela Simetkosky 2005 Karoline Freytag

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Women’s All-Time Honors 1,650 Freestyle 2003 Angela Simetkosky 100 Butterfly

2001 2003 2004 2005

Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Melissa Jaeger

2001 2003 2004 2005

200 Butterfly

2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Melissa Jaeger 100 Backstroke

1998 1999 2001 2002 2003

Yvonne Lynn Yvonne Lynn Yvonne Lynn Oksana Strelets Tara Berringer

400 Medley Relay 2001 2003 2004 2005

100 Breaststroke 2000 Georgi Kinsela 2003 Lindsay Unrath 2005 Maria Musialczyk 200 Breaststroke

2000 2002 2003 2005

Georgi Kinsela Shelley Aurit Shelley Aurit Maria Musialczyk 200 IM

2003 Line Jensen 2005 Melissa Jaeger 400 IM 2000 Kristen Kursiss 2005 Amanda Burwell 3-Meter Springboard 2004 Linda Keskey

50 Freestyle

1989 1991 1994 1995 1996

Oksana Strelets, Tamara Swaby, Danielle Ward, Veronica Frolova Oksana Strelets, Tamara Swaby, Christina Moceri, Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets, Line Jensen, Karoline Freytag, Danielle Ward Jenna Dejonge, Karoline Freytag, Riley Rigoli, Line Jensen 400 Freestyle Relay

2001 2002 2003

Danielle Ward, Yvonne Lynn, Tamara Swaby, Oksana Strelets Oksana Strelets, Holly Miller, Tamara Swaby, Danielle Ward Danielle Ward, Line Jensen, Karoline Freytag, Oksana Strelets 800 Freestyle Relay

2003 2005

Line Jensen, Karoline Freytag, Holly Miller, Danielle Ward Karoline Freytag, Melissa Jaeger, Holly Miller, Line Jensen 200 Medley Relay

2000 Yvonne Lynn, Veronika Frolova,

Dana Kennedy Angie Johnson Ellen Lessig Ellen Lessig Ellen Lessig 100 Freestyle

1989 1991 1994 1995

Lisa Guilfoyle Lisa Guilfoyle Kristen Nagelkirk Ellen Lessig 200 Freestyle

1989 Lisa Guilfoyle 1994 Kristen Nagelkirk 500 Freestyle 1989 Lyn Schermer 1996 Jennifer Stair 1,650 Freestyle

1989 1993 1994 1996

200 Freestyle Relay 2001 2002 2003 2005

Yvonne Lynn, Veronica Frolova, Tanya Korniyenko, Oksana Strelets Tara Berringer, Shelley Aurit, Tanya Korniyenko, Oksana Strelets Renie Green, Maria Musialczyk, Tanya Korniyenko, Oksana Strelets Renie Green, Maria Musialczyk, Melissa Jaeger, Karoline Freytag

GLIAC CHAMPIONS (1989-97)

200 Backstroke 2002 Tara Berringer 2003 Tara Berringer

Georgi Kinsela, Danielle Ward Yvonne Lynn, Veronika Frolova, Tanya Korniyenko, Danielle Ward Oksana Strelets, Line Jensen, Tanya Korniyenko, Danielle Ward Tara Berringer, Maria Musialczyk, Tanya Korniyenko, Oksana Strelets Renie Green, Maria Musialczyk, Melissa Jaeger, Line Jensen

Deanna Fridley Debbi Nickles Debbi Nickles Jennifer Stair 100 Butterfly

1994 Gisa Alessandri 1995 Gisa Alessandri 200 Butterfly

1994 1995 1996 1997

Jennifer Stair Jennifer Stair Kristin Nagelkirk Betsy Hansen

1989 1993 1994 1995 1996

Katie Ill Amy Comerford Amy Comerford Liz Hawes Clary Gelmine

1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Beth Surowiec Amy Comerford Liz Hawes Clary Gelmine Jessie Bailey

100 Backstroke

200 Backstroke

1989 Kathy VanHouten 1997 Jill Mellis 200 IM

1990 1991 1992 1994

Lyn Schermer Lyn Schermer Lyn Schermer Amy Comerford

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1997

Lyn Schermer Lyn Schermer Lyn Schermer Lyn Schermer Debbi Nickles Jennifer Stair Jessie Bailey

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Nikki Kelsey Nikki Kelsey Renee Shaw Ingrid Bartnik Becki Bach Becki Bach Mandy Terrell Michelle Rademacher Becki Bach

400 IM

1-Meter Springboard

3-Meter Springboard

1989 1990 1992 1993 1994 1996

1989 1990 1991 1993 1994 1996 1997

200 Freestyle Relay Shelly Pilarski, Lisa Guilfoyle, Kerry Leavoy, Dana Kennedy Lisa Guilfoyle, Kerry Leavoy, Shelly Pilarski, Dana Kennedy Angie Johnson, Dana Kennedy, Laura Fischer, Lyn Schermer Laura Fischer, Amy Comerford, Angie Johnson, Ellen Lessig Ellen Surowiec, Kristen Nagelkirk, Amy Comerford, Ellen Lessig Lisa Van Tatenhove, Jill Mellis, Laura Juncker, Ellen Lessig Lisa Van Tatenhove, Jill Mellis, Clarey Gelmine, Laura Juncker

1989 1994 1995 1996 1997

400 Freestyle Relay Lyn Schermer, Kerry Leavoy, Lisa Vincent, Lisa Guilfoyle Ellen Lessig, Tracy Bruins, Jodie Parker, Kristen Nagelkirk Laura Juncker, Tracy Bruins, Jodi Parker, Ellen Lessig Lisa Van Tatenhoven, Ellen Lessig, Kristen Nagelkirk, Laura Juncker Lisa Van Tatenhove, Jill Mellis, Gisa Alessandri, Laura Juncker

1989 1994 1995 1996

800 Freestyle Relay Jennie Cameron, Lyn Schermer, Ginnie Johnson, Lisa Guilfoyle Ellen Lessig, Jodie Parker, Jennifer Stair, Kristen Nagelkirk Liz Hawes, Ellen Lessig, Laura Juncker, Kristen Nagelkirk Ellen Lessig, Lisa VanTatenhove, Laura Juncker, Kristen Nagelkirk

1989 1994

200 Medley Relay Kerry Leavoy, Kathy VanHouten, Ginnie Johnson, Dana Kennedy Amy Comerford, Heather Bockman, Gisa Alessandri, Ellen Lessig

100 Breaststroke 1989 Kathy VanHouten 1997 Heather Bockmann 200 Breaststroke

Nikki Kelsey Nikki Kelsey Ingrid Bartnik Becki Bach Becki Bach Becki Bach

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Women’s All-Time Honors 1995 1996 1997

Liz Hawes, Jill Mellis, Gisa Alessandri, Ellen Lessig Jessie Bailey, Jill Mellis, Gisa Alessandri, Ellen Lessig Jessie Bailey, Heather Bockmann, Gisa Alessandri, Jill Mellis

1989 1994 1996 1997

400 Medley Relay Lisa Guilfoyle, Kathy VanHouten, Ginnie Johnson, Lyn Schermer Amy Comerford, Heather Bockman, Gisa Alessandri, Kristen Nagelkirk Clary Gelmine, Heather Bockmann, Gisa Alessandri, Kristen Nagelkirk Jessie Bailey, Jill Mellis, Gisa Alessandri, Laura Juncker CONFERENCE HONORS THE SUMMIT LEAGUE Swimmer of the Year

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Rachelle Atrasz Tamara Swaby Tamara Swaby Tanya Korniyenko Tanya Korniyenko Line Jensen Melissa Jaeger Amanda Burwell Sophia Gustafsson Sophia Gustafsson Agnes Solan

2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2010

Danielle Ward Shelley Aurit Tara Berringer Amanda Burwell Kim Bacon Sophia Gustafsson Agnes Solan Alyssa Vela Sandra Czerska & JulieAnne Stears

Newcomer of the Year

Diver of the Year

2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2010

Kazi Murr Devon Cunningham Linda Keskey Linda Keskey Becky Renkola Linda Keskey Chelsea Oates Chelsea Oates Coach of the Year

2000 2001 2002 2005 2006 2008 2010

Scott Teeters Pete Hovland Pete Hovland Pete Hovland Pete Hovland Pete Hovland Pete Hovland ALL-SUMMIT LEAGUE First Team

Rachelle Atrasz - 2000 Shelley Aurit - 2001, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Kim Bacon - 2006, ‘07 Marcella Barretta - 2010 Tara Baxter - 2006, ‘09 Rachel Beardsley - 2007 Tara Berringer - 2002, ‘03, ‘04, ‘05 Gracie Bender - 2000 Amanda Burwell - 2004, ‘05, ‘06, ‘07 Alyssa Busch - 2010 Kelly Carlin - 2001

Devon Cunningham - 2002 Sandra Czerska - 2010 Jenna DeJonge - 2004, ‘05 Kelli Dewey - 2008, ‘09 Andrea Endres - 2006 Jade Evink - 2010 Karoline Freytag - 2003, ‘04, ‘05 Renie Green - 2005 Johanna Gustafsson - 2009, ‘10 Sophia Gustafsson - 2006, ‘08, ‘09 Chrissy Hager - 2005, ‘06, ‘08 Kristen Hamilton - 2007, ‘08 Melissa Jaeger - 2005, ‘06 Line Jensen - 2004, ‘05 Heather Kelly - 2001 Linda Keskey - 2003, ‘04, ‘06 Tanya Korniyenko - 2003, ‘04 Jenny Larsen - 2010 Kristin Lesnau - 2000 Sarah Ludema - 2007, ‘08, ‘09, ‘10 Yvonne Lynn - 2001 Holly Miller - 2003, ‘05 Christian Moceri - 2003 Kazi Murr - 2000 Maria Musialczyk - 2003, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 Chelsea Oates - 2008, ‘10 Lauren Patterson - 2008, ‘10 Becky Renkola - 2005 Riley Rigoli - 2005, ‘06, ‘07, ‘08 Carolyn Routh - 2006 Nicole Salmeto - 2010 Elaine Shalla - 2005, ‘06, ‘07 Angela Simetkosky - 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Agnes Solan - 2008, ‘09 JulieAnne Stears - 2010 Oksana Strelets - 2003, ‘04 Marie Stuve - 2010 Tamara Swaby - 2001, ‘02 Corey Tschannen - 2009 Lindsay Unrath - 2004 Alyssa Vela - 2009, ‘10 Danielle Ward - 2000, ‘02, ‘03 Emily Wike - 2008, ‘09, ‘10 Katie Wilke - 2007 Kellyann Williams - 2000 Second Team Kim Bacon - 2005 Tara Baxter - 2007 Veronica Frolova - 2001 Renie Green - 2002 Sophia Gustafsson - 2007 Liz Herrington - 2004 Julie Hintermeister - 2008 Jackie Hynson - 2009 Heather Kelly - 2000 Kristen Kursiss - 2000 Jessica Lau - 2001, ‘02 Kristin Lesnau - 2001 Jordan Longhurst - 2001 Sara Ludema - 2007 Erin Meredith - 2003, ‘06 Holly Miller - 2002, ‘04 Chelsea Oates - 2009 Riley Rigoli - 2007 Carolyn Routh - 2005 Angela Simetkosky - 2001 Lindsey Unrath - 2002, ‘03 Kelsey Winthrow - 2002 Leslie Wyatt - 2007 ALL-NIC First Team Shelley Aurit - 2002, ‘03 Tara Berringer - 2002, ‘03, ‘04 Amanda Burwell - 2005 Jenna Dejonge - 2005 Karoline Freytag - 2003, ‘05 Veronika Frolova - 2000, ‘01

Renie Green - 2004, ‘05 Melissa Jaeger - 2005 Line Jensen - 2003, ‘05 Linda Keskey - 2004 Georgi Kinsela - 2000 Tanya Korniyenko - 2001, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Kristen Kursiss - 2000 Yvonne Lynn - 1998, ‘99, ‘00, ‘01 Maria Musialczyk - 2004, ‘05 Holly Miller - 2002, ‘03, ‘05 Christina Moceri - 2002 Riley Rigoli - 2005 Angela Simetkosky - 2003 Oksana Strelets - 2001, ‘02, ‘03, ‘04 Tamara Swaby - 2001, ‘02 Lindsay Unrath - 2003 Danielle Ward - 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘03 Second Team Amanda Burwell - 2004 Liz Herrington - 2004 Melissa Jaeger - 2004 Linda Keskey - 2005 Carolyn Routh - 2005 Angela Simetkosky - 2002 Peggy Strauss - 1998 Lindsay Unrath - 2005 ALL-GLIAC First Team Gisa Alessandri - 1994, ‘95, ‘96, ‘97 Becki Bach - 1993, ‘94, ‘96, ‘97 Jessie Bailey - 1996, ‘97 Ingrid Bartnik - 1992 Heather Bockmann - 1994, ‘97 Tracy Bruins - 1994, ‘95 Jennie Cameron - 1989 Amy Comerford - 1993, ‘94 Laura Fischer - 1991, ‘93 Deanna Fridley - 1989 Clarey Gelmine - 1996, ‘97 Lisa Guilfoyle - 1989, ‘91 Betsy Hansen - 1997 Liz Hawes - 1995 Katie Ill - 1989 Angie Johnson - 1991, ‘93 Ginnie Johnson - 1989 Laura Juncker - 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Nikki Kelsey - 1989, ‘90 Dana Kennedy - 1989, ‘90, ‘91 Kerry Leavoy - 1989, ‘90 Ellen Lessig - 1993, ‘94, ‘95, ‘96 Jill Mellis - 1995, ‘96, ‘97 Kristen Nagelkirk - 1994, ‘95, ‘96 Debbi Nickles - 1993, ‘94 Jodie Parker - 1994, ‘95 Shelly Pilarski - 1989, ‘90 Lyn Schermer - 1989, ‘90, ‘91, ‘92 Renee Shaw - 1991 Jennifer Stair - 1994, ‘95, ‘96 Beth Surowiec - 1993 Ellen Surowiec - 1994 Kathy Van Houten - 1989 Lisa Van Tatenhove - 1996, ‘97 Lisa Vincent - 1989 GLIAC Athlete of the Year

1990 1994

Nikki Kelsey Amy Comerford

1993

Pete Hovland

Coach of the Year

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Women’s Coaching History Year Head Coach 1977-78 Shawn McCormick 1978-79 Shawn McCormick 1979-80 Pete Hovland 1980-81 Pete Hovland 1981-82 Mark Johnston 1982-83 Mark Johnston 1983-84 Mary Ellen Wydan 1984-85 Mary Ellen Wydan 1985-86 Mary Ellen Wydan 1986-87 Mary Ellen Wydan 1987-88 Tracy Huth 1988-89 Tracy Huth 1989-90 Tracy Huth 1990-91 Tracy Huth 1991-92 Tracy Huth 1992-93 Tracy Huth 1993-94 Tracy Huth 1994-95 Tracy Huth 1995-96 Tracy Huth 1996-97 Tracy Huth 1997-98 Scott Teeters 1998-99 Scott Teeters 1999-00 Scott Teeters 2000-01 Scott Teeters 2001-02 Pete Hovland 2002-03 Pete Hovland 2003-04 Pete Hovland 2004-05 Pete Hovland 2005-06 Pete Hovland 2006-07 Pete Hovland 2007-08 Pete Hovland 2008-09 Pete Hovland 2009-10 Pete Hovland TOTALS

! @ # $

W-L Summit! GLIAC@ NIC# 4-8 Not Available 6-4 5-5-1 Not Available Not Available 5-5-1 8-2 4-7 3-10 6-4 9-1 1st 8-4 1st 11-1 1st 8-3 2nd 7-5 1st 8-2 1st 7-0 1st 7-2 1st 6-3 1st 1-4 5th 5-7 3rd 12-5 1st 2nd 6-3 1st 2nd 3-6 1st 1st 9-6 1st 1st 10-2 1st 1st 8-1 1st 1st 4-5-1 1st 6-8 1st 6-6 1st 7-3 1st 6-3 1st 195-121-5

NCAA$

3rd 5th 4th 12th 8th 11th 6th 3rd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 2nd 43rd DNS T39th

Summit (2000-), Was the Mid-Continent until 2007-08 GLIAC - Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, 1989-97 NIC - National Independent Conference, 1998-2005 NCAA Division I (1998- Present), Division II (1982-97)

Coaching History Name Yrs. W-L-T Tracy Huth 1987-97 77-25 Pete Hovland 1979-81, 2001- 70-45-2 Scott Teeters 1997-01 24-19 Mary Ellen Wydan 1983-87 20-24-3 Shawn McCormick 1976-78 4-8 Mark Johnston 1981-83* Results from 1981-82 and 1982-83 are not available

Pct. .755 .607 .558 .457 .333

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Women’s Year-By-Year Jim McCormick (1978-79)

Mary Ellen Wydan (1984-87)

1977-78 4-8

1983-84 5-5-1

Michigan Kent State Eastern Michigan Lake Forest Western Michigan Bowling Green Waterloo Western Ontario Wisconsin Michigan State Northern Michigan Central Michigan

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

22-111 89-40 42-89 95-36 70-61 54-77 100-31 64-68 56-57 32-97 44-85 56-66

Pete Hovland (1980-81) 1979-80 6-4

L L W W L W W W L W

1980-81 5-5-1

Bowling Green Eastern Michigan Waterloo Cincinnati Wright State Chico State Western Ontario Michigan State Western Michigan Central Michigan Northern Michigan

L W W L L W W L W T L

46-85 58-82 82-58 71-60 34-97 75-64 73-40 84-47 49-82 68-62

38-93 74-66 92-39 53-78 62-78 67.5-45.5 100-40 52-88 87-44 70-70 59-72

Mark Johnston (1982-83) 1981-82 NCAA Division II 3rd

1982-83 NCAA Division II 5th

L L L L L T W W W W W 4th

1984-85 8-2

1978-79 No Results Available

Bowling Green Eastern Michigan Wright State Central Michigan Cincinnati Western Ontario Chico State Western Michigan Michigan State Northern Michigan

Michigan State Eastern Michigan Clarion Indian River Tampa Michigan Cleveland State Purdue Waterloo Western Ontario Northern Michigan NCAA Division II

311

192

Bowling Green Miami-Ohio Cleveland State Michigan State Purdue Michigan Eastern Michigan Clarion Kenyon Northern Michigan NCAA Division II

47-93 29-101 29-93 48-62 55-58 71-71 84-54 73-67 71-40 65-47 88-54 181

L W W W W W L W W W 12th

62-78 79-59 73-67 57-56 90-50 90-43 53-60 95-44 95-44 73-67 133

1985-86 4-7 Cleveland State W Eastern Michigan W Michigan L Wright State W Purdue L Edinboro W Clarion L Kenyon L Bowling Green L Michigan State L Northern Michigan L NCAA Division II 8th

73-67 53-60 90-43 61-50 90-50 53-51 95-44 95-44 62-78 57-56 73-67 193

1986-87 3-10

Michigan Bowling Green Grand Valley State Western Ontario Eastern Michigan Cleveland State Youngstown State Kent State Wright State Clarion Kenyon Michigan State

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

59-144 79-138 148-117 100-118 108-160 120-141 132-83 131-123 94-115 91-107 105-141 106-145

Northern Michigan L 76-163 NCAA Division II 11th 70 Tracy Huth (1988-98) 1987-88 6-4 Western Ontario W 128-89 Eastern Michigan W 138-130 Cleveland State W 162-103 Wright State W 140.5-127.5 Grand Valley State W 171-91 Clarion L 107-112 Kenyon L 105-112 Northern Michigan L 106-144 Ferris State W 141-64 Michigan State L 119-145 NCAA Division II 6th 187 1988-89 9-1 GLIAC CHAMPIONS Grand Valley State W 162-117 Western Ontario W 69-26 Northern Michigan W 173-127 Cleveland State W 164-106 Wright State W 139-82 Eastern Michigan W 166-134 Clarion W 136-95 Kenyon W 140-97 Michigan State L 131-178 Ferris State W 122-86 GLIAC Championships 1st 730.5 NCAA Division II 3rd 270 1989-90 8-4 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Western Ontario W 134-79 Grand Valley State W 163.5-125.5 Michigan L 51-87 Michigan State L 52-89 Purdue L 85-156 Cleveland State W 160-104 Edinboro W 128-94 Clarion W 130-109 Kenyon W 135.5-105.5 Toronto W 130-89 Ferris State W 141-67 Northern Michigan L 143-154 GLIAC Championships 1st 720 NCAA Division II 1st 423 1990-91 11-1 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

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Women’s Year-By-Year Michigan Grand Valley State Michigan State Western Ontario Cleveland State Denison Eastern Michigan Clarion Kenyon Northern Michigan Northern Michigan Hillsdale GLIAC Championships NCAA Division II

L W W W W W W W W W W W 1st 1st

92-142 167-113 167-133 124-78 179-107 157-85 150-85 155-79 142-82 143-82 134-89 94-31 728 566.5

1991-92 8-3 GLIAC RUNNER-UP NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS GLIAC Championships 2nd 589 NCAA Division II 1st 621.5 1992-93 7-5 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Wright State L 81-146 Cincinnati L 40-55 North Carolina State L 18-77 Cleveland State W 121-98 Michigan State W 162.5-137.5 Western Ontario W 136-65 Michigan L 118-167 Denison W 150-88 Kenyon W 133-105 Ashland W 119-80 Eastern Michigan L 125-173 Northern Michigan W 151-149 GLIAC Championships 1st 625 NCAA Division II 1st 609 1993-94 8-2 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Wright State W 126-117 Michigan State W 152-148 Cleveland State W 161-90 Western Ontario W 110-64 Michigan L 111-171 Denison W 156-83 Kenyon W 157-85 Ashland W 73-22 Ferris State W 64-31 Eastern Michigan L 143-157 Northern Michigan W 181-95 GLIAC Championships 1st 678

NCAA Division II

1st

630

1994-95 7-0 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Wright State W 146-91 Cincinnati W 134-113 Ashland W 134-62 Western Ontario W 148-55 Denison W 145-93 Eastern Michigan W 152-148 Northern Michigan W 181-107 GLIAC Championships 1st 771 NCAA Division II 2nd 563 1995-96 7-2 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Wright State W 123-120 Ashland W 117-70 Western Ontario W 106-68 Miami-Ohio L 104-185 Eastern Michigan L 142-157 Denison W 130-97 Kenyon W 150-93 Hope W 143-85 Northern Michigan W 210.5-88.5 GLIAC Championships 1st 738.5 NCAA Division II 1st 625 1996-97 6-3 GLIAC CHAMPIONS NCAA DIVISION II RUNNER-UP Toledo L 111-130 Ashland W 113-92 Wright State L 105-136 Western Ontario W 132-70 Denison W 159-85 Kenyon W 143-96 Hope W 144-94 Northern Michigan W 149-76 Miami-Ohio L 104.5-189.5 GLIAC Championships 1st 648 NCAA Division II 1st 490 Scott Teeters (1999-01) 1997-98 1-4

Denison L Kenyon L Eastern Michigan L Cincinnati L Western Kentucky W National Independents 5th

120-123 108-135 118-178 84-152 133-103 420.5

1998-99 5-7 Wright State W Toledo L Illinois L Luther W Miami-Ohio L Kenyon L Indiana River CC L Florida Atlantic W Eastern Michigan L Denison W Ohio W Cincinnati L National Independents 3rd

150-78 107-134 102-136 124-118 90-145 115-128 105-132 142-99 131-169 129-114 111-132 110-129 458.5

1999-2000 12-5 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS NATIONAL INDEPENDENT RUNNER-UP Illinois L 96-142 Purdue L 75-224 Miami-Ohio W 163-130 Wright State W 113-72 Bowling Green W 155-88 Toledo W 146.5-94.5 Florida Atlantic W 76-37 Houston W 73-22 Illinois State W 79-34 New Mexico W 75-20 Emory W 79-18 Michigan L 134-161 Penn State L 81-157 Kenyon W 171-118 Ohio L 105-120 Cleveland State W 150-69 St. Bonaventure W 143-100 Mid-Continent 1st 1068 National Independents 2nd 608 NCAA Division I 43rd 1 2000-01 6-3

Toledo L Bowling Green W Wright State W Kenyon W Miami-Ohio W Michigan State L Ohio State W Eastern Michigan W Cincinnati L Mid-Continent 1st National Independents 2nd

100-143 138-84 119-80 165-66 176-98 106-137 134-127 159-141 141-159 1093 612

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Women’s Year-By-Year Pete Hovland (2002-) 2001-02 3-6 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS NATIONAL INDEPENDENT CHAMPIONS Michigan State L 98-137 Wright State L 110-130 Toledo W 130-111 New Hampshire W 42-26 Kenyon W 137-94 Michigan State L 105-136 Miami-Ohio L 118-178 Notre Dame L 133.5-162.5 Eastern Michigan L 118-119 Mid-Continent 1st 1047 National Independents 1st 746 NCAA Division I DNS 2002-03 9-6 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS NATIONAL INDEPENDENT CHAMPIONS Niagara W 198-44 Wayne State W 201-41 West Virginia W 124-107 Akron W 131-120 Cincinnati L 130-149 Wright State W 158-83 Illinois L 123-173 Toledo W 165-135 Eastern Michigan L 146-154 Washington L 52-153 Kenyon W 142-90 Miami-Ohio W 168-125 St. Bonaventure W 153.5-146.5 Pittsburgh L 87-156 Michigan State L 111-131 Mid-Continent 1st 1017 National Independents 1st 896 2003-04 10-2 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS NATIONAL INDEPENDENT CHAMPIONS Wayne State W 202-41 West Virginia W 153-90 Akron W 124-119 Wright State W 138-97 Cincinnati W 137-79 Toledo W 167-118 Northern Michigan W 199-79 Eastern Michigan W 137-106 Kenyon W 164-135 St. Bonaventure W 169-120 Michigan State L 110-131 Notre Dame L 117-176

Mid-Continent National Independents

1st 1st

1057 918

2004-05 8-1 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS NATIONAL INDEPENDENT CHAMPIONS Wayne State W 191-52 Milwaukee W 170-73 Akron W 135-108 Wright State W 153-90 Toledo W 138-105 Northern Michigan W 282-0 Eastern Michigan W 132-11 Michigan State W 159-141 Notre Dame L 134.5-163.5 Mid-Continent 1st 996 National Independents 1st 984 2005-06 4-5-1 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Illinois L 115-183 Toledo L 128-170 Cincinnati T 117-117 Milwaukee W 115-87 Wayne State W 190-51 Wright State W 170-128 Pittsburgh L 62-181 Hope W 132-83 Eastern Michigan L 103-140 Michigan State L 97.5-149.5 Mid-Continent 1st 970 2006-07 6-8 MID-CONTINENT CHAMPIONS Toledo L 136-152 Illinois L 102.5-171.5 Cincinnati W 134-83 Wayne State W 133-100 Cincinnati W 171.5-122.5 Wright State L 142.5-155.5 Eastern Michigan L 106.5-130.5 Princeton L 92-145 Akron L 126-172 Clarion W 174-122 Duquesne W 198-82 Hope W 158-122 Kenyon L 143-145 Michigan State L 128-170 Mid-Continent 1st 902

IUPUI Wayne State Western Kentucky Wright State Princeton Eastern Michigan Cincinnati Michigan State Kenyon The Summit League

W W L W L L W L W 1st

198.5-44.5 181-62 106-137 130-111 133-160 107-193 167-128 98-145 154-138 1023

2008-09 7-3 THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Cincinnati W 176-124 Wayne State W 226-74 Western Kentucky L 122-176 Houston L 110-133 Wright State W 154-87 Akron W 175-125 Eastern Michigan W 155-145 Cleveland State W 172-120 Kenyon L 127-148 Michigan State W 151-149 The Summit League 1st 1011 2009-10 6-3 SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Illinois L 119-177 Toledo L 122-178 Wayne State W 169-131 Wright State W 189-111 Akron W 155-145 Eastern Michigan W 157-143 Kenyon W 179-135 Cleveland State W 140-82 Michigan State L 116-184 The Summit League 1st 990

2007-08 6-6 THE SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONS Illinois L 104-194 Toledo L 91-209 Akron W 122-121

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Women’s Conference History Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1989 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Ferris State Grand Valley State Hillsdale

Pts. 730.5 476.5 350 317 116

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

1990 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Ferris State Grand Valley State Michigan Tech Hillsdale Wayne State

Pts. 720 640 275 245 107 79 1

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

1991 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Grand Valley State Ferris State Michigan Tech Hillsdale Wayne State

Pts. 728 597 291 246 119 56 0

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1992 GLIAC School Northern Michigan Oakland Grand Valley State Ferris State Wayne State

Pts. 718 589 296 233 121

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

1993 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Ferris State Grand Valley State Hillsdale Wayne State

Pts. 625 512 356.5 317 203 68

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1994 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Grand Valley State Ferris State Hillsdale

Pts. 678 449 356 355 137

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1995 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Grand Valley State Hillsdale Wayne State

Pts. 771 512 356 189 3

Pl. 1. 2. 3.

1996 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Grand Valley State

Pts. 738.5 503.5 261

4. 5. 6. 7.

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

Gannon Ashland Hillsdale Wayne State

216 203 114 21

1997 GLIAC School Oakland Northern Michigan Ashland Grand Valley State Gannon Hillsdale Wayne State

Pts. 648 477 408 240 153 136 112

1998 National Independent Conference Pl. School Pts. 1. Cincinnati 813 2. Southern Illinois 514 3. Florida Atlantic 480 4. Illinois State 443.5 5. Oakland 420.5 6. Western Kentucky 264 7. Houston 252 8. Charleston 171 9. Northeast Louisiana 162 10. Illinois 99

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

1999 NIC School Cincinnati Northern Arizona Oakland Houston Western Kentucky Southern Illinois Illinois State Florida Atlantic Evansville Charleston Northeast Louisiana

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2000 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois Valparaiso IUPUI Youngstown State

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

2000 NIC School Cincinnati Oakland Houston Western Kentucky Florida Atlantic Northern Arizona Louisiana-Monroe SW Missouri State Illinois State

Pts. 649 469 458.5 400.5 348 299 298 259 234 125 121

Pts. 1,068 592 526 470 382

Pts. 726 608 549 501.5 395 365 165 158 37.5

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2001 Mid-Con School Oakland Valparaiso Western Illinois IUPUI Youngstown State

Pts. 1,093 675 550 427 364

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2005 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois Valparaiso IUPUI Centenary

Pts. 996 614 529 502 271

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

2001 NIC School Cincinnati Oakland Northern Arizona Western Kentucky Florida Atlantic Houston Louisiana-Monroe Illinois State

Pts. 696 622 564 488 452 421 181 172

Pl. 1. 2. 3.

2005 NIC School Oakland North Florida South Dakota State

Pts. 984 899 419

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

2006 Mid-Con School Oakland Eastern Illinois Western Illinois IUPUI Centenary South Dakota State Valparaiso

Pts. 970 583 548 348 316 241 223

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2002 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois Valparaiso IUPUI

Pts. 1,047 757 562 401

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

2007 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois Eastern Illinois South Dakota State Centenary Valparaiso IUPUI

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2002 NIC School Oakland Northern Arizona Florida Atlantic Western Kentucky Louisiana-Monroe Cincinnati

Pts. 902 525 486 396.5 387 339.5 261

Pts. 746 715 667.5 583.5 257 186

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2003 Mid-Con School Oakland Western Illinois Valparaiso IUPUI

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2008 Summit League School Pts. Oakland 1,023 Western Illinois 568 South Dakota State 482 Centenary 431 Eastern Illinois 398 IUPUI 324

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2003 NIC School Oakland Northern Arizona Florida Atlantic North Florida Western Kentucky

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

2009 Summit League School Pts. Oakland 1,011 Western Illinois 599 South Dakota State 493 Centenary 475 Eastern Illinois 399 IUPUI 240

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4.

2004 Mid-Con School Oakland IUPUI Western Illinois Valparaiso

Pts. 1,057 630 598 522

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

2010 Summit League School Pts. Oakland 1,011 South Dakota State 543 South Dakota 443 Centenary 433 Eastern Illinois 365 Western Illinois 341 IUPUI 244

Pl. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2004 NIC School Oakland Northern Arizona Florida Atlantic North Florida Gardner-Webb

Pts. 918 855.5 710 420 283.5

Pts. 1,017 622 604 562

Pts. 896 895 692 433 206

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Men’s School, Pool, Summit, NCAA Records

EVENT

OAKLAND SCHOOL RECORDS

OAKLAND AQUATIC CENTER RECORDS

SUMMIT CHAMPIONSHIP MEET RECORDS

NCAA RECORDS

50-yd. FREE

Chris Sullivan 19.63 (2003)

Chris Sullivan, Oakland 19.63 (2003)

Chris Sullivan, Oakland 19.79 (2006)

Cesar Cielo, Auburn 18.52 (2008)

100-yd. FREE

Chris Sullivan 42.91 (2006)

Chris Sullivan, Oakland 43.27 (2003)

Marcin Unold, Oakland 43.89 (2008)

Cesar Cielo, Auburn 41.12 (2008)

200-yd. FREE

Marcin Unold 1:35.87 (2008)

Marcin Unold, Oakland 1:35.87 (2008)

Marcin Unold, Oakland 1:35.87 (2008)

Simon Burnett, Arizona 1:31.20 (2006)

500-yd. FREE

Aaron Holdsworth 4:22.15 (2009)

Peter Vanderkaay, Club Wolverine 4:08.54 (2008)- U.S. Record

Aaron Holdsworth, Oakland 4:22.15 (2009)

Peter Vanderkaay, Michigan 4:08.60 (2006)

1,000-yd. FREE

Andy Schmit 9:23.83 (1999)

Chris Thompson, Michigan 8:58.47 (1998)

Event Not Held

Tom Dolan, Michigan 8:45.27 (1995)

1,650-yd. FREE

Andy Schmit 15:35.69 (2001)

SCOTT Davidson, Cincinnati Kevin Packard, UIC 15:50.21 (1994) 15:08.96 (2001)

100-yd. BACK

Marcin Unold 46.55 (2008)

Anders Jensen, Oakland 46.65 (2009)

Marcin Unold, Oakland 46.55 (2008)

Ryan Lochte, Florida 44.60 (2006)

200-yd. BACK

Anders Jensen 1:41.49 (2009)

Anders Jensen, Oakland 1:41.49 (2009)

Marcin Unold, Oakland 1:42.03 (2008)

Ryan Lochte, Florida 1:37.68 (2006)

100-yd. BREAST

Scott Dickens 53.95 (2003)

Cheyne Bloch, Hawaii 53.76 (2004)

Hunor Ma’té, Oakland 54.55 (2004)

Mike Alexandrov, Northwestern 51.56 (2007)

200-yd. BREAST

Scott Dickens 1:57.62 (2003)

Cheyne Bloch, Hawaii 1:55.88 (2004)

Zoltan Horvath, Oakland 1:59.50 (2008)

Brendan Hansen, Texas 1:52.62 (2003)

100-yd. FLY

Chris Sullivan 46.76 (2006)

Camilo Becerra, SMU 47.37 (2004)

Chris Sullivan, Oakland 48.20 (2006)

Albert Subirats, Arizona 44.57 (2007)

200-yd. FLY

Anders Jensen 1:44.19 (2009)

Anders Jensen, Oakland 1:44.19 (2009)

Aaron Holdsworth, Oakland 1:47.54 (2008)

Melvin Stewart, Tennessee 1:41.78 (1991)

200-yd. IM

Eddie Toro 1:48.25 (2009)

Cheyne Bloch, Hawaii 1:46.37 (2004)

Eddie Toro, Oakland 1:48.25 (2009)

Ryan Lochte, Florida 1:40.55 (2006)

400-yd. IM

Eddie Toro 3:51.68 (2009)

Ian Clark, SMU 3:49.07 (2005)

Eddie Toro, Oakland 3:58.68 (2008)

Ryan Lochte, Florida 3:38.15 (2006)

200-yd. FREE RELAY

1:19.47 (2003) Sullivan, Lynn, Drazin, Broadbent

SMU, 1:18.77 (2004) Becerra, Hadley, Nylin, Stephenson

Oakland, 1:20.25 (2009) Bonucchi, Kellogg, Veneklase, Unold

Auburn, 1:14.71 (2007) Cielo, Targett, Goodrich, Lundquist

400-yd. FREE RELAY

2:56.65 (2003) Sullivan, Coupland, Dickens, Broadbent

SMU, 2:56.06 (2001) Jernigan, Weghorst, Anderson, Jacobsson

Oakland, 2:58.16 (2008)

Auburn, 2:46.56 (2007) Andkjaer, Cielo, Targett, Lundquist

800-yd. FREE RELAY

6:30.71 (2009) Holdsworth, Veneklase, Tatarczyk, Unold

Hawaii, 6:25.95 (2004) Thew, Bloch, Affleck, Boehm

Oakland, 6:38.37 (2008)

Texas, 6:10.55 (2008) Walters, McGinnis, Kleuh, Berens

200-yd. MEDLEY RELAY 1:27.44 (2009)

Oakland, 1:27.44 (2009) Jensen, Kellogg, Holdsworth, Bonucchi

Oakland, 1:28.17 (2008)

Auburn, 1:23.24 (2008) Goodrich, Maras, Puninski, Cielo

400-yd. MEDLEY RELAY 3:12.33 (2008)

Jensen, Kellogg, Holdsworth, Unold

Oakland, 3:12.33 (2008) Jensen, Kellogg, Holdsworth, Unold

Oakland, 3:13.54 (2008)

Northwestern, 3:04.40 (2007) Grevers, Alexandrov, Bubloz, Barbic

1-Meter DIVING

Dario DiFazio 340.05 (1994)

Mike Gowdy, Hawaii 357.40 (2002)

3-Meter DIVING

Dario DiFazio 359.175 (1994)

Ryan Kish, Oakland 354.15 (2007)

Anthony Holzhauer, Western Illinois, 317.55 (2008) Jaron Tuttle, IUPUI 320.25 (2007)

Platform DIVING

Ryan Kish 344.15 (2005)

Mike Gowdy, Hawaii 457.65 (2004)

Jensen, Kellogg, Holdsworth, Bonucchi

Chris Thompson, Michigan 14:26.62 (2001)

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Women’s School, Pool, Summit, NCAA Records

EVENT

OAKLAND SCHOOL RECORDS

OAKLAND AQUATIC CENTER RECORDS

SUMMIT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET RECORDS

NCAA RECORDS

50-yd. FREE

Oksana Strelets, 2002 22.99

Kara Lynn Joyce, Ann Arbor Pioneer HS 22.95 (2001)

Alyssa Vela, Oakland 23.18 (2009)

Kara Lynn Joyce, Georgia 21.63 (2006)

100-yd. FREE

Danielle Ward, 2003 50.06

Kara Lynn Joyce, Ann Arbor Pioneer HS 49.86 (2001)

Alyssa Vela, Oakland 50.35 (2009)

Natalie Coughlin, California 47.00 (2003)

200-yd. FREE

Agnes Solan, 2010 1:47.92

A. Schmitt, Cincinnati 1:47.54 (2006)

Agnes Solan, Oakland 1:47.92 (2010)

Natalie Coughlin, California 1:42.65 (2002)

500-yd. FREE

Danielle Ward, 2001 4:51.64

Maria Oberg, Cincinnati 4:44.23 (2001)

Sophia Gustafsson, Oakland 4:54.62 (2009)

Janet Evans, Stanford 4:34.39 (1990)

1,000-yd. FREE

Danielle Ward, 2001 10:11.32

Maria Oberg, Cincinnati 9:59.08 (2001)

Event Not Held

Janet Evans, Stanford 9:29.49 (1990)

1,650-yd. FREE

Danielle Ward, 2001 16:47.28

Maria Oberg, Cincinnati 16:32.92 (2001)

Maggie Vaughan, Centenary 16:53.97 (2007)

Janet Evans, Stanford 15:39.14 (1990)

100-yd. BACK

Agnes Solan, 2009 53.77

Agnes Solan, Oakland 53.77 (2009)

Agnes Solan, Oakland 54.32 (2009)

Natalie Coughlin, California 49.97 (2002)

200-yd. BACK

Agnes Solan, 2009 1:57.33

Agnes Solan, Oakland 1:57.33 (2009)

Agnes Solan, Oakland 1:57.33 (2009)

Natalie Coughlin, California 1:49.52 (2002)

100-yd. BREAST

Georgi Kinsela, 2000 1:03.35

Katie Budahl South Dakota State 1:02.56 (2010)

Tara Kirk, Stanford 58.41 (2003)

200-yd. BREAST

Georgi Kinsela, 2000 2:15.12

Ellie Weberg, Flordia Atlantic 1:02.70 (2004) Alicia Aemisegger, Princeton 2:15.53 (2006)

Rebecca Soni, USC 2:06.11 (2008)

100-yd. FLY

Tanya Korniyenko, 2004 53.82

Tanya Korniyenko, Oakland 54.28 (2004)

Katie Budahl South Dakota State 2:13.18 (2010) Tanya Korniyenko, Oakland 54.57 (2004)

200-yd. FLY

Tanya Korniyenko, 2004 1:59.03

Tanya Korniyenko, Oakland 1:59.3 (2004)

Tanya Korniyenko, Oakland 1:59.41(2004)

200-yd. IM

Agnes Solan, 2010 2:00.41

Brandi Beckwith-Carey, Western Kentucky 2:00.01 (2001)

Agnes Solan, Oakland 2:00.41 (2010)

Maggie Bowen, Auburn 1:53.91 (2002)

400-yd. IM

Sophia Gustafsson, 2009 4:20.67

Justine Mueller, Cincinnati 4:19.18 (2004)

Sophia Gustafsson Oakland 4:20.67 (2009)

Summer Sanders, Stanford 4:02.28 (1992)

200-yd. FREE RELAY

Strelets, Jensen, Freytag, Ward 1:32.62 - 2003

Fla. Atlantic, 1:32.46 (2004) Anderson, Dalmastro, Bedyk, Peterson

Oakland, 1:34.76 (2009) Ludema, Dewey, Tschannen, Baxter

Arizona, 1:27.23 (2003) Jackson, Nymeyer, Turner, Kelly

400-yd. FREE RELAY

Ward, Jensen, Freytag, Strelets 3:21.23 - 2003

Oakland, 3:21.23 (2001) Ward, Jensen, Freytag, Strelets

Oakland, 3:23.96 (2009) Solan, Dewey, Ludema, Vela

California, 3:12.13 (2007) Silver, Reilly, Hardy, Vollmer

800-yd. FREE RELAY

Vela, Dewey, S. Gustafsson, Solan 7:24.02 - 2009

Fla. Atlantic, 7:22.43 (2004) Petersson, Burts, Bedyk, Andersson

Oakland, 7:24.02 (2009) Vela, Dewey, S. Gustafsson, Solan

Auburn, 6:57.28 (2008) Ohlgren, Geary, Marik, Kukors

200-yd. MEDLEY RELAY Solan, J. Gustafsson,

Oakland, 1:43.03 (2004) Oakland, 1:42.53 (2010) Berringer, Musialczyk, Korni- Solan, J. Gustafsson, yenko, Strelets Czerska, A. Vela

Arizona, 1:36.09 (2007) Degolia, Chandler, Jackson, Kelly

400-yd. MEDLEY RELAY Green, Musialczyk,

Korniyenko, Strelets 3:45.10 - 2004

Oakland, 3:45.10 (2004) Green, Musialczyk, Korniyenko, Strelets

Oakland, 3:45.12 (2010) Solan, J. Gustafsson, Czerska, A. Vela

California, 3:30.18 (2007) Rogers, Hardy, Vollmer, Silver

1-Meter DIVING

Nikki Keskey, 1990 297.575

Yulia Pakhalina, Houston 355.30 (2001)

Chen Ni, IUPUI 311.60 (2010)

3-Meter DIVING

Devon Cunningham, 1998 307.70

Angie Trostel, Cincinnati 294.00 (1999)

Chelsea Oates, Oakland 289.20 (2010)

Czerska, A. Vela 1:42.53 - 2010

Natalie Coughlin, California 50.01 (2002) Natalie Coughlin, California 1:51.91 (2002)

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Men’s Top 10 50 Freestyle Chris Sullivan 2003 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 8. 9.

Chris Sullivan_ _______ 19.63____ 2003 Raffi Karapetian_______ 20.09____ 1996 Nick Bonucchi________ 20.16____ 2009 Hilton Woods_________ 20.23____ 1988 Marcin Unold_________ 20.34____ 2009 Morgan Bailey________ 20.36____ 1994 Andy Kellogg_________ 20.43____ 2009 Sean Broadbent_ ______ 20.48____ 2001 Chris Zoltak__________ 20.58____ 1995 Dave Rogowski_______ 20.61____ 1989

100 Freestyle Chris Sullivan 2006 1. Chris Sullivan_ _______ 2. Marcin Unold_________ 3. Hilton Woods_________ 4. Andy Kellogg_________ 5. Jon Teal_ ____________ Nick Bonucchi________ 7. Justin Veneklase_______ 8. Sean Broadbent_ ______ 9. Morgan Bailey________ 10. Tim Johnson__________

42.91____2006 43.62____2009 44.16____1990 44.24____2008 44.65____1991 44.65____2009 44.69____2009 44.74____2003 44.92____1994 44.98____2002

200 Freestyle MARCIN UNOLD 2008 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Marcin Unold_________1:35.87_ __ 2008 Aaron Holdsworth_____1:37.49_ __ 2009 Andrew Coupland_ ____1:37.80_ __ 2003 Justin Veneklase_______1:37.97_ __ 2009 Hilton Woods_________1:38.35_ __ 1989 Dave Hartzel_ ________1:38.43_ __ 2001 Tim Johnson__________1:38.50_ __ 2002 Dawid Tatarczyk_ _____1:38.74_ __ 2006 Mark VanderMey______1:38.95_ __ 1988 Byron Tansel_ ________1:38.95_ __ 2005

500 Freestyle Aaron holdsworth 2009 1. Aaron Holdsworth____ 4:22.15___2009 2. Dave Hartzel_ ________4:27.60_ __2001 3. Tim Johnson__________4:27.63_ __2002 4. James Collins_________4:28.32_ __1996 5. Andy Schmit_ ________4:29.25_ __2001 6. David Paxton_________4:29.27_ __1995 7. Erik Strom___________4:30.23_ __1989 8. Andrew Coupland_ ____4:30.90_ __2003 9. Thiago Orso__________4:31.28_ __1997 10. Tim Montague________4:31.40_ __2009

1000 Freestyle ANDY SCHMIT 1999 1. Andy Schmit_ _______ 9:23.83*__ 2. Tim Montague________9:29.67_ _ 3. David Paxton________ 9:29.77*__ 4. Matt Croghan________ 9:33.05*_ 5. Loren Zook_ ________ 9:33.75*__ 6. Dave Hartzel_ ________9:34.14_ _ 7. James Collins________ 9:35.31*__ 8. Mike Schmidt________ 9:37.50*__ 9. Tracy Huth__________ 9:37.75*__ 10. Eric Newton_________ 9:38.02*__ * Split from 1650 freestyle

1999 2010 1995 1985 1991 2001 1997 1983 1984 1993

1650 Freestyle ANDY SCHMIT 2001

1. Andy Schmit_ _______ 2. Tim Montague_______ 3. David Paxton________ 4. Matt Croghan________ 5. Mike Schmidt________ 6. Loren Zook_ ________ 7. Marc Gray_ _________ 8. Tracy Huth__________ 9. Mike Sammons_ _____ 10. James Collins________

15:35.69___ 2001 15:37.86___ 2009 15:39.97___ 1995 15.45.78___ 1985 15:49.66___ 1983 15:51.01___ 1991 15:52.20___ 2002 15:53.44___ 1983 15:54.27___ 1983 15:54.39___ 1996

100 BUTTERFLY CHRIS SULLIVAN 2006 1. Chris Sullivan_ _______ 2. Anders Jensen_ _______ 3. Aaron Holdsworth_____ 4. Chris Tansel__________ 5. Eric McIlquham_______ 6. Haitham Hassan_______ 7. Chris Zoltak__________ 8. Alex Aceino__________ 9. Eric Dresbach_________ 10. Rich Orr_____________

46.76____ 2006 47.12____ 2009 48.16____ 2009 48.46____ 2008 48.60____ 1992 48.70____ 2001 48.89____ 1995 49.19____ 2010 49.64____ 1989 49.76____ 1991

200 BUTTERFLY ANDERS jensen 2009 1. Anders Jensen_ _______1:44.19_ _ 2. Aaron Holdsworth____ 1:44.77__ 3. Eddie Toro___________1:46.74_ _ 4. Doug Allen___________1:49.52_ _ 5. Alex Aceino__________1:49.56_ _ 6. Eric Dresbach_________1:49.64_ _ 7. Yoav Ritter___________1:50.89_ _ 8. Jason Manasseri_______1:51.34_ _ 9. Alan Faust_ __________1:51.35_ _ 10. Ehud Segal___________1:51.60_ _

2009 2009 2009 1991 2010 1989 1997 2008 1983 2003

100 BACKSTROKE MARCIN UNOLD 2008 1. Marcin Unold_________ 2. Anders Jensen_ _______ 3. Chris Zoltak__________ 4. Haitham Hassan_______ 5. Mike Templeton_______ 6. Morgan Bailey________ 7. Eric Lynn____________ 8. Rich Orr_____________ 9. Carl Boyd____________ 10. Chris Sullivan_ _______

46.55____ 2008 46.65____ 2009 48.75____ 1995 49.61____ 2001 49.69____ 2010 49.86____ 1994 50.06____ 2004 50.39____ 1991 50.43____ 1992 50.49____ 2004

200 BACKSTROKE Anders Jensen 2009 1. Anders Jensen_ _______1:41.49_ __2009 2. Marcin Unold________ 1:42.03___2008 3. Mike Templeton_______1:46.32_ __2010 4. Dave Hartzel_ ________1:47.86_ __2002 5. Chris Zoltak__________1:47.93_ __1995 6. Andrew Coupland_ ____1:47.94_ __2003 7. Patrick Downing_ _____1:48.65_ __2009 8. Haitham Hassan_______1:49.17_ __1999 9. Nick McCollum_______1:49.28_ __2005 10. Ehud Segal___________1:49.64_ __2003

100 BREASTSTROKE

SCOTT DICKENS 2003 1. Scott Dickens_________ 2. Andy Kellogg_________ 3. Hunor Ma’Te’_________ 4. Mark VanderMey______ 5. Zoltan Horvath________ 6. Scott Yarbrough_______ 7. Mohamed Awad_______ 8. Nick Bonucchi________ 9. Marty Moen__________ 10. Ben Vavra____________

53.95____2003 54.47____2009 54.55____2004 55.01____1988 55.04____2008 55.65____2009 55.80____2004 55.92____2009 56.08____2003 56.16____2009

200 BREASTSTROKE SCOTT dickens

2003 1. Scott Dickens_________1:57.62_ __2003 2. Mark Vandermey______1:58.77_ __1988 3. Zoltan Horvath________1:59.50_ __2008 4. Hunor Ma’Te’_________2:01.00_ __2004 5. Mohamed Awad_______2:01.12_ __2004 6. Jay Judson_ __________2:01.22_ __1995 7. Mark Quinn__________2:01.80_ __2002 8. Scott Yarbrough_______2:02.19_ __2009 9. Ayman Khattab_ ______2:02.54_ __2001 10. Randy Teeters_________2:02.81_ __1995

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Men’s Top 10 200 IM EddIE toro 2009 1. Eddie Toro___________1:48.25_ __2009 2. Zoltan Horvath________1:48.26_ __2008 3. Scott Dickens_________1:49.06_ __2003 4. Mark VanderMey_____ 1:50.31___1988 5. Haitham Hassan_______1:50.60_ __2001 6. Randy Teeters_________1:50.79_ __1996 7. Thiago Orso__________1:50.84_ __1999 8. Joe Rodgers__________1:50.89_ __2010 9. Arthur Albiero________1:51.17_ __1995 10. Doug Allen___________1:51.47_ __1991

400 IM Eddie toro 2009 1. Eddie Toro___________3:51.68_ __2009 2. Nick McCollum______ 3:57.09___2005 3. Randy Teeters_________3:57.89_ __1996 4. David Paxton_________3:58.20_ __1997 5. Joe Rodgers__________3:58.22_ __2010 6. Doug Allen___________3:59.42_ __1991 7. Issac Farnsworth_ _____3:59.64_ __1994 8. Tracy Huth___________4:00.17_ __1984 9. Dave Hartzel_ ________4:01.33_ __2001 10. Arthur Albiero________4:02.04_ __1995

200 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. 1:19.47............Sullivan, Lynn, Drazin, Broadbent...................................................... 2003 2. 1:20.25............Bonucchi, Kellogg, Veneklase, Unold................................................. 2009 3. 1:20.30............Sullivan, Johnson, Drazin, Broadbent.................................................. 2002 4. 1:20.70............Sullivan, B.Tansel, Lynn, C.Tansel...................................................... 2006 5. 1:20.95............Teal, McIlquham, Seifert, Orr.............................................................. 1991 400 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. 2:55.95............Kellogg, Veneklase, Bonucchi, Unold................................................. 2009 2. 2:56.65............Sullivan, Coupland, Dickens, Broadbent............................................. 2003 3. 2:57.88............Sullivan, Hartzel, Johnson, Broadbent................................................. 2002 4. 2:58.16............Unold, C.Tansel, Bonucchi, Kellogg .................................................. 2008 5. 2:58.56 ...........Sullivan, Munoz, B.Tansel, Broadbent ............................................... 2004 800 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. 6:30.71............Holdsworth, Veneklase, Tatarczyk, Unold........................................... 2009 2. 6:38.08............B. Tansel, Tatarczyk, McCollum, Sullivan.......................................... 2006 3. 6:38.37 ...........Holdsworth, Tatarczyk, Downing, Unold ........................................... 2008 4. 6:38.88 ...........Collins, Kristensen, Albiero, Ehlen .................................................... 1996 5. 6:40.29............Collins, Naylis, Orso, Ehlen................................................................ 1997 200 MEDLEY RELAY 1. 1:27.41............Jensen, Kellogg, Holdsworth, Bonucchi.............................................. 2009 2. 1:28.17............Unold, Horvath, C.Tansel, Bonucchi................................................... 2008 3. 1:28.19............Lynn, Dickens, Sullivan, Broadbent.................................................... 2003 4. 1:29.25............Lynn, Ma’Te’, Sullivan, Broadbent..................................................... 2004 5. 1:29.26............Unold, Horvath, C. Tansel, Ortego...................................................... 2007 400 MEDLEY RELAY 1. 3:12.33............Jensen, Kellogg, Holdsworth, Unold................................................... 2009 2. 3:13.54............Unold, Horvath, C.Tansel, Kellogg..................................................... 2008 3. 3:16.77............Unold, Horvath, C. Tansel, Kellogg..................................................... 2007 4. 3:17.39............Drazin, Dickens, Steele, Sullivan........................................................ 2003 5. 3:17.91............Jensen, Yarbrough, Aceino, Templeton................................................ 2010

Chris Sullivan (2002-04, 06) was the first male swimmer in Summit League history to be named Swimmer of the Year twice. He was a six-time league champion, five-time NCAA All-America and still holds the school records in the 100 fly and 50 and 100 free events.

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Women’s Top 10 50 Freestyle OKSANA STRELETS

2002 1. Oksana Strelets_ ______ 2. Alyssa Vela__________ 3. Lisa Guilfoyle_ _______ 4. Ellen Lessig__________ 5. Sarah Ludema_ _______ 6. Kelli Dewey__________ 7. Laura Fischer_________ 8. Tamara Swaby________ 9. Dana Kennedy________ 10. Kerry Leavoy_________

22.99____2002 23.18____2009 23.41____1991 23.59____1993 23.63____2009 23.76____2009 23.82____1992 23.83____2001 23.88____1989 23.95____1991

100 Freestyle Danielle ward 2002 1. Danielle Ward_ _______ 2. Oksana Strelets_ ______ 3. Alyssa Vela__________ 4. Nancy Schermer_______ 5. Agnes Solan__________ 6. Lisa Guilfoyle_ _______ 7. Tamara Swaby________ 8. Kristen Nagelkirk______ 9. Line Jensen_ _________ 10. Ellen Lessig__________

50.06____2003 50.14____2003 50.35____2009 50.37____1988 50.38____2010 50.93____1991 51.20____2002 51.24____1994 51.36____2003 51.44____1993

200 Freestyle AGNES SOLAN 2010

1. Agnes Solan__________1:47.92_ __2010 2. Alyssa Vela__________1:48.49_ __2009 3. Danielle Ward_ _______1:49.56_ __2001 4. Nancy Schermer_______1:49.85_ __1988 5. Line Jensen_ _________1:50.95_ __2003 6. Kristen Nagelkirk______1:51.03_ __1994 7. Kelli Dewey__________1:51.04_ __2009 8. Lyn Schermer_________1:51.65_ __1992 9. Lisa Guilfoyle_ _______1:51.94_ __1991 10. Lauren Patterson_ _____1:52.07_ __2008

500 Freestyle DANIELLE WARD 2001

1. Danielle Ward_ _______4:51.64_ _ 2. Sophia Gustafsson____ 4:54.62__ 3. Nancy Schermer_______4:56.74_ _ 4. Angela Simetosky_ ___ 4:56.86__ 5. Kristen Nagelkirk______4:57.44_ _ 6. JulieAnne Stears_ _____4:57.82_ _ 7. Rachelle Atrasz_ ______4:58.76_ _ 8. Karoline Freytag_ _____4:59.29_ _ 9. Ellen Collins_ ________4:59.43_ _ 10. Shannon Krogsrud_____4:59.50_ _

2001 2009 1985 2003 1993 2010 2000 2004 1999 1976

1000 Freestyle DANIELLE WARD 2001 1. Danielle Ward_ ______ 2. Sophia Gustafsson____ 3. JulieAnne Stears_ ____ 4. Agnes Solan_________ 5. Nancy Schermer______ 6. Amanda Burwell_ ____ 7. Karoline Freytag_ ____ 8. Debby Nickles_______ 9. Kim Pogue__________ 10. Rachael Girard_______

10:11.32___ 2001 10:20.28__ 2009 10:21.68___ 2010 10:22.83__ 2008 10:24.09___ 1986 10:26.84___ 2004 10:27.34___ 2005 10:27.35___ 1994 10:28.60___ 1984 10:28.70___ 2007

1650 Freestyle DANIELLE WARD 2001 1. Danielle Ward_ ______ 2. Sophia Gustafsson____ 3. Angela Simetosky_ ___ 4. Debby Nickles_______ 5. Nancy Schermer______ 6. JulieAnne Stears_ ____ 7. Kim Pogue__________ 8. Shannon Taylor_ _____ 9. Ellen Collins_ _______ 10. Deanna Fridley_______

16:47.28___2001 16:57.33___2009 17:00.91___2003 17:04.53__1994 17:06.91___1985 17:09.41___2010 17:10.07___1985 17:17.27___1992 17:23.08___1999 17:24.03___1990

100 BUTTERFLY TANYA KORNIYENKO 2004

1. Tanya Korniyenko_____ 2. Sandra Czerska_ ______ 3. Melissa Jaeger________ 4. Oksana Strelets_ ______ 5. Jackie Hynson_ _______ 6. Tamara Swaby________ 7. Nicole Salmeto________ 8. Sarah Ludema_ _______ 9. Gracie Bender_ _______ 10. Kristen Hamilton______

53.82____2004 54.84____2010 55.01____2006 55.69____2004 56.30____2009 56.53____2001 56.80____2010 56.81____2010 57.26____2000 57.43____2008

200 BUTTERFLY TANYA KORNIYENKO 2004 1. Tanya Korniyenko____ 1:59.03___2004 2. Sandra Czerska_ ______2:00.99_ __2010 3. Melissa Jaeger________2:01.32_ __2004 4. Jackie Hynson_ _______2:02.39_ __2009 5. Julie Hintermeister_____ 2:03.11_ __2009 6. Sophia Gustafsson _____2:04.53_ __2009 7. Peggy Strauss_________2:05.52_ __1998 8. Tamara Swaby________2:05.63_ __2001 9. Betsy Hansen_________2:05.87_ __1997 10. Amanda Burwell_ _____2:06.30_ __2006

100 BACKSTROKE

AGNES SOLAN 2009 1. Agnes Solan__________ 2. Amy Comerford_______ 3. Alyssa Busch_________ 4. Yvonne Lynn_ ________ 5. Tara Berringer_ _______ 6. Jade Evink___________ 7. Tara Baxter___________ 8. Oksana Strelets_ ______ 9. Sarah Ludema_ _______ 10. Renie Green__________

53.77____2009 55.49____1992 55.89____2010 55.94____2001 56.41____2003 57.06____2010 57.30____2006 57.57____2001 57.69____2007 57.91____2004

200 BACKSTROKE

AGNES SOLAN 2009 1. Agnes Solan_________ 1:57.33___2009 2. Amy Comerford_______2:01.26_ __1992 3. Tara Berringer_ _______2:02.01_ __2003 4. Amanda Burwell_ _____2:02.65_ __2005 5. Yvonne Lynn_ ________2:02.92_ __2001 6. Alyssa Busch_________2:03.41_ __2010 7. Tara Baxter___________2:04.05_ __2009 8. Clarice Gelmine_______2:05.07_ __1997 9. Jade Evink___________2:05.40_ __2010 10. Erin Meredith_________2:05.49_ __2003

100 BREASTSTROKE

GEORGI KINSELA 2000 1. Georgi Kinsela________1:03.35_ __2000 2. Maria Musialczyk_ ____1:03.40_ __2003 3. Melissa Jaeger________1:03.50_ __2006 4. Johanna Gustafsson____1:03.84_ __2010 5. Lindsay Unrath_ ______1:04.93_ __2005 6. Emily Wike_ _________1:05.12_ __2008 7. Shelley Aurit_ ________1:05.29_ __2002 8. Lisa Guilfoyle_ _______1:05.30_ __1991 9. Jenny Larsen_ ________1:05.49_ __2010 10. Jill Mellis____________1:05.63_ __1997

200 BREASTSTROKE GEORGI KINSELA

2000 1. Georgi Kinsela________2:15.12_ __2000 2. Shelley Aurit_ ________2:17.67_ __2002 3. Maria Musialczyk_ ____2:19.51_ __2004 4. Emily Wike_ _________2:19.88_ __2009 5. Johanna Gustafsson____2:19.97_ __2010 6. Danni Lentine_ _______2:20.67_ __1992 7. Jenny Larsen_ ________2:21.49_ __2010 8. Lindsay Unrath_ ______2:21.54_ __2005 9. Kim Bacon___________2:21.78_ __2005 10. Jill Mellis____________2:23.12_ __1997

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Women’s Top 10 200 IM AGNES SOLAN 2010 1. Agnes Solan__________2:00.41_ __2010 2. Line Jensen_ _________2:02.38_ __2003 3. Tanya Korniyenko_____2:03.82_ __2004 4. Melissa Jaeger_______ 2:03.92___2005 5. Amanda Burwell_ _____2:04.56_ __2006 6. Sandra Czerska_ ______2:05.13_ __2010 7. Georgi Kinsela________2:05.62_ __2000 8. Nicole Salmeto________2:05.76_ __2010 9. Amy Comerford_______2:05.99_ __1994 10. Lyn Schermer_________2:06.12_ __1990

400 IM Sophia GUSTAFSSON 2009 1. Sophia Gustafsson _____4:20.67_ _ 2. Line Jensen_ _________4:24.27_ _ 3. Amanda Burwell_ _____4:24.61_ _ 4. JulieAnne Stears_ _____4:27.06_ _ 4. Julie Hintermeister____ 4:27.57__ 5. Lyn Schermer_________4:29.19_ _ 6. Tanya Korniyenko_____4:29.30_ _ 7. Kristen Kursiss________4:29.41_ _ 8. Jennifer Stair_ ________4:29.85_ _ 6. Sandra Czerska_ ______4:31.42_ _

2009 2003 2006 2010 2009 1992 2004 2000 1995 2010

200 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. 1:32.62............Strelets, Jensen, Freytag, Ward........................................................... 2003 2. 1:32.90............Strelets, DeJonge, Freytag, Jensen...................................................... 2004 3. 1:33.28............Ward, Swaby, Moceri, Strelets............................................................ 2002 4. 1:33.81............Strelets, Swaby, Ward, Frolova........................................................... 2001 5. 1:34.27............Guilfoyle, Leavoy, Kennedy, Schermer.............................................. 1991 400 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. 3:21.23............Ward, Jensen, Freytag, Strelets........................................................... 2003 2. 3:23.21............Strelets, Freytag, Korniyenko, Jensen................................................. 2004 3. 3:23.96............Solan, Dewey, Ludema, Vela.............................................................. 2009 4. 3:24.19............Strelets, Swaby, Miller, Ward.............................................................. 2002 5. 3:24.55............Ward, Lynn, Swaby, Strelets............................................................... 2001 800 FREESTYLE RELAY 1. 7:24.02............Vela, Dewey, S. Gustafsson, Solan..................................................... 2009 2. 7:26.57............Jensen, Freytag, Miller, Ward............................................................. 2003 3. 7:27.80............Jensen, Freytag, Miller, Korniyenko................................................... 2004 4. 7:28.89 ...........Solan, Ludema, S. Gustafsson, Patterson .......................................... 2008 5. 7:29.18 ...........Ward, Freytag, Strelets, Swaby . ........................................................ 2002 200 MEDLEY RELAY 1. 1:42.53............Solan, J. Gustafsson, Czerska, Vela.................................................... 2010 2. 1:43.03............Berringer, Musialczyk, Korniyenko, Strelets...................................... 2004 3. 1:43.45............Solan, J. Gustafsson, Ludema, Vela.................................................... 2009 4. 1:44.15............Green, Musialczyk, Jaeger, Jensen..................................................... 2005 5. 1:44.51............Lynn, Frovola, Korniyenko, Ward...................................................... 2001 400 MEDLEY RELAY 1. 3:45.10............Green, Musialczyk, Korniyenko, Strelets........................................... 2004 2. 3:45.12............Solan, J. Gustafsson, Czerska, Vela.................................................... 2010 3. 3:46.00............Lynn, Frolova, Korniyenko, Strelets................................................... 2001 4. 3:46.31............Solan, Wike, Ludema, Vela................................................................. 2009 5. 3:47.51............Solan, Wike, Hamilton, Ludema......................................................... 2008

Danielle Ward (2000-03) is the school record holder in the 100, 500, 1000 and 1650 freestyle events. She was a eight-time Summit League Champion and her school record in the 200 free was broken last year. In 2000 she was named the Summit League Newcomer of the Year as she won the 50 and 100 free events.

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Men’s NCAA Division II History 1969 1. UC Irvine 2. Kenyon 3. UC Davis 4. Wesleyan (CT) 5. Springfield T17. Oakland

248 190 172 126 124 22

1970 1. UC Irvine 2. Springfield 3. UC Davis 4. Ashland 5. Kenyon 28. Oakland

230 166 146 124 111 17.5

1971 1. UC Irvine 2. South Florida 3. Cal State Northridge 4. UC Davis 5. Springfield 17. Oakland

242 176 152 108 106 44

1972 1. Eastern Michigan 2. UC Irvine Cal State Northridge 4. Springfield 5. South Florida 37. Oakland

1974 1. Chico State 2. UC Davis 3. Eastern Illinois 4. Cal State Northridge 5. UC Irvine 7. Oakland

1975 1. Cal State Northridge 2. UC Irvine 3. Eastern Illinois 4. Oakland 5. Springfield

1976 1. Chico State 2. Cal State Northridge 3. Oakland 4. UC Irvine 5. Springfield

1977 1. Cal State Northridge 2. UC Irvine 3. Chico State 4. Clarion 5. Oakland

1978 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Chico State 3. Oakland 4. Clarion 5. Chicago State

222 164 150 143 8 285 227 158 136 126 79 277 210 169 166 161 428 283 186 184 121 326 305 290 146 134 304 282 182 179 126

1979 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Oakland 3. Chico State 4. Cal Poly Pomona 5. Puget Sound

384 170 145 140 138

1980 1. Oakland 2. Cal State Northridge 3. Chico State 4. Puget Sound 5. UC Davis

312 263 229 202 131

1981 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Oakland 3. Puget Sound 4. Chico State 5. Eastern Illinois

349 338 195 176 126

1982 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Puget Sound 3. Oakland 4. Chico State 5. Clarion

444 244.5 229 198 152

1983 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Oakland 3. Chico State 4. Clarion 5. Tampa

352.5 347.5 262 136.5 112

1984 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Oakland 3. Clarion 4. Chico State 5. Puget Sound

319.5 226 225 207 186

1985 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Cal State Bakersfield 3. Tampa 4. Wright State 5. Clarion 6. Oakland

488 417.5 293 282 246 201

1986 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Cal State Northridge 3. Oakland 4. Tampa 5. Clarion

549 438 335 321 228.5

1987 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Oakland 3. Cal State Northridge 4. Wright State 5. Chico State

479.5 246 237.5 193 141

1988 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Oakland

397 344.5

3. Clarion 4. Cal State Northridge 5. Chico State

264 233.5 156

1989 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Oakland 3. Chico State 4. Shippensburg 5. Clarion

571 406 243 205 204

1990 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Oakland 3. Cal State Northridge 4. Chico State 5. Shippensburg

830 686 392.5 349.5 301

1991 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Oakland 3. Clarion 4. Shippensburg 5. UC Davis

853.5 652 357 296 264.5

1992 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Clarion 3. Oakland 4. UC Davis 5. Shippensburg

910 481 480.5 368 277

1993 1. Cal State Bakersfield 2. Oakland 3. UC Davis 4. Cal Poly 5. South Dakota

951 549.5 493 286 178

1994 1. Oakland 2. Cal State Bakersfield 3. UC Davis 4. Edinboro 5. South Dakota

791 718.5 508.5 260 204

1995 1. Oakland 2. Cal State Bakersfield 3. Drury 4. Clarion 5. North Dakota

890 573 407 279 242.5

1996 1. Oakland 2. Cal State Bakersfield 3. Drury 4. Ashland 5. Denver

869.5 640 556 266 220

1997 1. Oakland 2. Drury 3. Cal State Bakersfield 4. Clarion 5. UC Davis

767 623 566 288 202

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Women’s NCAA Division II History

1982 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Vanderbilt 3. Oakland 4. UC Davis 5. Tampa

391 324 311 219 204

1983 1. Clarion 2. Air Force 3. Cal State Northridge 4. UC Davis 5. Oakland

308 299 245 209 192

1984

1. Clarion 2. Cal State Northridge 3. South Florida 4. Oakland 5. Boston College

345 260 200 181 132

1985 1. South Florida 492 2. Cal State Northridge 380.5 3. Clarion 315 4. UC Davis 234 North Dakota 12. Oakland 133

1986

1. Clarion 2. Tampa 3. Cal State Northridge 4. Wright State 5. Furman 8. Oakland

1988 1. Cal State Northridge 2. Tampa 3. Northern Michigan 4. Clarion 5. North Dakota 6. Oakland

1989 1. Cal State Northridge 2. North Dakota 3. Oakland 4. Army 5. Cal Poly

397 280 270 223 204

1990 1. Oakland 2. Cal State Northridge 3. North Dakota 4. Navy 5. Northern Michigan

423 419 405 371 353

441 285 250 222 205 187

1995

1. Oakland 890 2. Cal State Bakersfield 573 3. Drury 407 4. Clarion 279 5. North Dakota 242.5

1996 1. Oakland 869.5 2. Cal State Bakersfield 640 3. Drury 556 4. Ashland 266 5. Denver 220

1. Oakland 2. Drury 3. Cal State Bakersfield 4. Clarion 5. UC Davis

1991

1. Oakland 566.5 2. Florida Atlantic 404 3. Northern Michigan 397 4. North Dakota 344 5. Clarion 278 1992

433 343 328 250 246 193

1. Oakland 621.5 3. Northern Michigan 475 2. Florida Atlantic 376 4. North Dakota 330 5. Clarion 316

1987 1. Cal State Northridge 349 2. Clarion 274 3. Tampa 260 4. Northern Michigan 247.5 5. Army 207 11. Oakland 70

1993 1. Cal State Bakersfield 951 2. Oakland 549.5 3. UC Davis 493 4. Cal Poly 286 5. South Dakota 178

1994 1. Oakland 791 2. Cal State Bakersfield 718.5 3. UC Davis 508.5 4. Edinboro 260 5. South Dakota 204

1997

767 623 566 288 202

NCAA Division II Championship Records Still Held by Oakland Men Most Individual Titles at One Meet

14 (1995)

Women

Most Individual Titles at One Meet

12 (1994)

Did You Know? Tracy Huth (1981-84) is the only

swimmer, male or female at any NCAA division, to have won the 200 and 400 Individual Medley four times each. Amy Comerford swam 55.49 to win the 100 backstroke in 1992. That remained the meet record until 2007 and still is the third fastest time ever at the NCAA Championships.

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This is Oakland University

Nestled in the heart of Oakland County, Michigan, Oakland University has a student enrollment of 19,053 students in 132 baccalaureate and 177 graduate and certificate programs. Oakland University boasts a state-of-the-art campus featuring everything from NCAA Division I athletics to top-notch performances at the Meadow Brook Music Festival.

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This is Oakland University

Opened in 1998, the OU Aquatic Center has quickly earned a reputation as one of the finest of its kind, as, in addition to being the home pool of Oakland University, the state-of-the-art aquatics center often plays host to state and regional meets. Oakland is a frequent host of The Summit League Swimming and Diving Championship, of which both the men’s and women’s teams have won ten straight league titles since competition at the Division I level began in 2000.

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This is Oakland University

The Academic Services staff has been created to enhance studentathletes’ development by providing the necessary support, counseling, and resources to achieve academic, personal, and athletic growth. Services provided include academic monitoring, academic progress meetings, registration assistance, tutorial assistance, CHAMPS/Life Skills workshops, community service opportunities, referrals, structured study hours in the Academic Center, and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

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This is Oakland University

Oakland University boasts one of the better weight rooms in The Summit League under the direction of strength and conditioning coach Todd Wohlfeil, who enters his third season with the Golden Grizzlies. The Athletics Weight Room was designed and constructed as part of the Athletic Center in 1998. It was constructed for use by Oakland University’s 18 Division I varsity teams. The 3,500 square foot weight room features a cardiovascular fitness area equipped with Star Trac equipment, Hammer Strength weight machines and free weights. The cardiovascular fitness area includes a Cardio-Theater, Star Trac treadmills, upright and recumbent stationary bikes and a Stairmaster Step Mill. Thirty-three Hammer Strength plate loaded machines, four Wynmor Husker racks, two Wynmor Power racks, a Smith machine, a dual adjustable pulley machine and a Stairmaster Gravitron are available to meet the strength training needs of Oakland University’s athletes. In total, the Oakland University Athletics Center Weight Room holds over seven tons of plates and free weights. The weight room also features a custom made Olympic Lift Platform, plyometric boxes and a Verti-Max jump Training system.

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Oakland University Administration

Dr. Gary D. Russi • President Southwestern Oklahoma, ‘69

Gary Russi has served as Oakland University’s president since 1996, and he held the position of interim president from 1995 to 1996. Under his leadership Oakland completed its first strategic plan, 1995 - 2005. The 10year plan paved the way for Oakland’s unprecedented growth - in stature and size - and is helping the university realize

its 2010 vision. In April 2005 Russi announced the university’s first-ever comprehensive campaign, “Innovation and Opportunity The Campaign for Oakland University,” with a goal of raising $110 million by 2010. The Campaign for Oakland University is designed to propel the university to the next level in providing a comprehensive liberal education, raising funds for professorships, scholarships, research endowments, academic programs and improved facilities. As of September 2006 the university has raised more than $70.4 million toward that ambitious goal. Oakland University is a top-rated academic institution that is widely recognized as a university on the rise. With a steadily growing student population that topped 18,000 in fall 2006, Russi has worked with the Oakland community to maintain the highest caliber of academic quality and to build an infrastructure that retains the best features of a small campus setting while offering a large array of programs and services. Under Russi’s leadership, Oakland has introduced more than 40 new academic degree programs since 1995. Full-time faculty number more than 440 as of fall 2005, with 50 new positions approved for 2006-07. These new programs and faculty members have drawn a greater number - and an even more talented group - of students to the university. Average high school GPAs and ACT scores of incoming freshmen continue to rise. Russi’s commitment to experiential learning with flexible class schedules, high quality facilities and classroom technologies, and a wide array of student services and research opportunities is helping Oakland grow into a distinctive university focused on delivering a unique and progressive undergraduate education. In addition, during Russi’s tenure, Oakland has invested often with state support - more than $190 million to enrich environments for teaching, researching, learning, and living. Capital improvements include a $43-million Science and Engineering building, a $37-million Recreation and Athletics Center, the $17.5-million R. Hugh and Nancy Elliott Hall of Business and Information Technology, the $32-million Carlotta and Dennis Pawley Hall and $20-million new student apartments. This trend will continue with the Campaign for Oakland University’s goal of further capital enhancements to support the university’s growth. Russi joined Oakland University in 1993 as vice president for academic affairs where he was responsible for all academic programs, academic support services, research and several

university wide administrative services. In 1995 he assumed the role of interim president. He held both positions until he was named president in 1996. Russi is also a professor in Oakland’s School of Health Sciences. Prior to joining Oakland, Russi was vice president for research and strategic planning at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa where he served as the university’s chief research administrator and promoted institutional direction and support for faculty research endeavors. While there he was instrumental in focusing university staff resources and budgets to strengthen faculty research. Russi was also very involved there, as he is at Oakland, in supporting and promoting undergraduate student research projects. As vice president for research and strategic planning, Russi also led and managed the application of state-of-the-art information technology in the university’s administrative, educational and research activities. Russi’s administrative career at Drake University began in 1973 as a project coordinator in development and fund raising where he authored, co-authored and/or managed 42 funded grant or contract projects ranging from $200 to $900,000. From there he progressed through a variety of administrative positions, including department chair for the Clinical Externship Program, director of university planning, vice provost for planning and budgeting, and executive assistant to the president. Russi participated in the American Council on Education (ACE) Fellows Program in Academic Administration from 19821983 where he served as special assistant to the executive vice president and provost of the University of Nebraska. Russi’s teaching and research experience began at Southwestern Oklahoma State University where he was an undergraduate research assistant in chemistry from 19671969. His professional teaching and research career began in 1969 when he joined Kansas University as a teaching/research assistant in pharmacology and toxicology. During his tenure at Drake University he held the positions of assistant professor, associate professor and professor of pharmacology and toxicology. From 1973 to 1984, Russi published 17 abstracts and articles in professional journals. Between 1970 and 2006, he co-authored eight scientific articles, dissertations and abstracts. And from 1973 to 1991, he completed 13 invited scientific book reviews. Russi has achieved numerous honors and awards for his many achievements, including the George Wibby Athletic Award from Oakland University (2002), Distinguished Alumni Award from Southwestern Oklahoma State University (1998), Honorary Member of Golden Key National Honour Society at Oakland University (1993 to present), Merck Research Award at Southwestern Oklahoma State University (1969) and Rho Chi Society Undergraduate Research Award at Southwestern Oklahoma State University (1969). Russi currently serves as co-chair of the Oakland County Business Roundtable and vice chair of Oakland County Automation Alley. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of Crittenton Hospital and the Citizens Research Council of Michigan, serves as chair of the Presidents Council of State Universities of Michigan and is a member of the Detroit Renaissance Board of Directors. Russi earned his bachelor of science degree in pharmacology from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and his doctor of philosophy degree in pharmacology and toxicology from the University of Kansas.

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Oakland University Athletic History 2009-10 Men’s basketball sets league record for victories, wins the conference tournament to qualify for the NCAA tournament. Keith Benson (men’s basketball) named the Lou Henson Mid-Major Player of the Year, earns All-America honors. Jason Bigelow becomes first track athlete to qualify for nationals. Aaron Wick (baseball) throws first no-hitter in D1 history. 2008-09 Men’s and Women’s basketball both make it to the postseason, with the women competing in the WNIT and the men competing in the CollegeInsider.com tournament. Men’s Soccer hosts an NCAA tournament game for the first time Head Men’s Soccer coach Gary Parsons retires after 28 seasons at Oakland University. 2007-08 Men’s and Women’s Indoor Outdoor Track added. 2005-06 Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track added. 2004-05 Rawle Marshall (men’s basketball) signed a free agent contract with the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA. 2002-03 Mike Helms (men’s basketball) became Oakland’s first men’s basketball player to earn Division I All-America recognition by the Associated Press with his honorable mention selection. 2001-02 Anita Rapp (women’s soccer) and Sarah Judd (women’s basketball) earn All-America honors. Nick O’Shea (women’s soccer) was the NSCAA Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year. Two baseball players were chosen in the Major League Baseball draft — Jared Thomas (11th round) and David Viane (20th round). 1999-00 Anita Rapp (Norway/women’s soccer) and Haitham Hassan (Egypt/ men’s swimming) compete at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Norway beat the USA 3-2 to win the gold making Rapp the first OU athlete to win a gold medal. Erick Swanson (baseball) was chosen in the 12th round of the Major League Baseball draft. Softball added. 1998-99 The athletic center expansion is completed. The Recreation and Athletic Center (RAC) pool is opened in September. The first basketball game at the O’Rena occurs on November 17, 1998 against fourth ranked Michigan State 1997-98 Oakland makes the move from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I. OU joins the Mid-Continent Conference. Mascot changed from Pioneers to Golden Grizzlies. 1996-97 Men’s Soccer advances to championship game for third time, losing 3-1 to Grand Canyon. Ground is broken for the expansion of the athletic center. 1995-96 Men’s and Women’s Basketball both win the GLIAC Championships, the first sweep in 11 years. 1994-95 Men’s Soccer loses in overtime in the national championship game, 3-0 to Tampa. Women’s and Men’s Swimming both win the national championship, the first of four straight for the men. Men’s Basketball earns first of three straight NCAA Tournament bids. Women’s Basketball team advances to the Elite Eight. Women’s Golf and Women’s Soccer added.

1993-94 Women’s Cross Country added. Volleyball earns first NCAA Tournament berth. 1992-93 Men’s Tennis dropped at the end of the school year. 1989-90 Women’s Swimming wins first of five straight national championships. Women’s Basketball makes second trip to NCAA Division II Final Four. 1988-89 Women’s Swimming and Diving wins first GLIAC title, starting a streak of seven in eight years. 1986-87 Men’s Soccer advances to championship game (losing 4-1 to Seattle Pacific), first of nine straight appearances in the NCAA tournament. 1984-85 Wrestling dropped at end of school year. 1982-83 Men’s Soccer team earns first of six trips to the NCAA semi-finals. 1981-82 Women’s Swimming team finishes third at the first NCAA Division II championship meet. Women’s Basketball team wins first of seven GLIAC Championships, advances to the Final Four. 1979-80 Men’s Swimming wins the school’s first NCAA Championship. Volleyball and Men’s Tennis win GLIAC titles. 1977-78 Baseball wins GLIAC title. Board of Trustees approves student fee supporting intercollegiate athletics. 1976-77 Men’s Soccer team earns first NCAA Tournament berth in the fourth year of the program. Men’s Swimming and Diving team wins first of 19 GLIAC Championships. No other GLIAC school won a men’s league swimming title while OU was a member. Volleyball and Women’s Tennis added. 1974-75 Men’s Swimming is seventh at the NCAA Division II Championships, starting a streak of 23 straight top-seven finishes. Women’s Basketball begins competition 1973-74 The Board of Trustees approves membership into the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Men’s Soccer added. 1972-73 President Donald O’Dowd institutes athletic scholarships for men and women. 1971-72 Men’s Golf and Wrestling added. 1968-69 Baseball added. 1966-67 Faculty Athletic Committee recommends the addition of men’s and women’s basketball. 1965-66 Women’s swimming is added. 1964-65 Mr. Lepley authorized to begin the following men’s intercollegiate sports: soccer, cross country, tennis and swimming. 1963-64 Intramural building completed. 1959-60 Hollie Lepley hired as Director of Athletics.

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Oakland University Athletic Administration

Tracy Huth • Director of Athletics Oakland, ‘84

When one thinks of Oakland University athletics, one of the first names that comes to mind is that of fourth-year Director of Athletics Tracy Huth. After all, Huth has been involved with Oakland University athletics as a studentathlete, coach, and administrator since the 1980-81 academic year. Huth was appointed Director of Athletics in October 2007 after serving as the interim director for one year, and immediately put in motion an ambitious plan to enhance the overall Oakland University athletics experience, both for student-athletes and fans alike. The result thus far has been a more fan-friendly atmosphere at all OU events, and increasing student-athlete success both athletically and academically. During his first year as OU’s Director of Athletics, Oakland placed more student-athletes on The Summit League Academic All-League teams than any other institution, and Golden Grizzly teams captured league titles in men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s swimming and diving; and saw the school’s first individual league champion in track and field. The OU basketball programs were the only teams in The Summit League to beat ranked opponents, and Oakland University also played host to The Summit League women’s soccer and men’s and women’s swimming and diving championships. In the coming year, OU will host the men’s soccer championship and will once again host the men’s and women’s swimming and diving championships. Prior to making the move into the athletics director’s office, Huth served over nine years as an Associate Athletics Director and Assistant Athletics Director, including a one-year stint OU’s Senior Associate Athletics Director where he was in charge of supervising the department’s operations. While an assistant director, Huth’s primary responsibilities were in the areas of program supervision, student-athlete services, and compliance. During his time as a departmental administrator, Huth has been involved in several league and national committees. In March 2006, Huth was appointed to a four-year term on the NCAA Swimming & Diving Committee. He has also served on the NCAA’s Academic/Eligibility/Compliance Cabinet (2001-05) and served as the tournament manager for the first and secondround games in the 2006 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament hosted by Oakland at the Palace of Auburn Hills. Huth currently serves as a member of The Summit League Joint Council, the league’s Budget Committee and Competition Committee, and

also chairs the Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving Sport Committee. The strides made by the athletics program during Huth’s tenure should come as no surprise to anyone familiar with his track record as a coach. Huth spent 11 years as the head coach of OU’s women’s swimming and diving program, establishing the Oakland program as the premier program in the country at the Division II level. His teams finished in the top three nationally in nine consecutive seasons, winning five consecutive national championships and three consecutive second-place finishes from 1990-97. Huth was named the NCAA Division II Coach of the Year three times for his team’s accomplishments. Only Kenyon College (17 consecutive Division III titles from 1984-2000) and Truman State University (six consecutive Division II titles from 2001-06) have posted more consecutive national championships in women’s swimming and diving, while only Texas (five consecutive Division I titles from 198488) and Stanford (five consecutive Division I titles from 199296) have matched the total of five straight, which stood as a Division II record until 2006. Huth began his coaching career at Oakland in 1985 as an assistant coach with the men’s swimming and diving program, a position he held for two years before taking the reins of the women’s program. Huth remained as the women’s head coach until 1998, when he stepped down to focus on his position as Assistant Athletics Director as OU made the move to Division I. But before Huth became well-known as the highlysuccessful coach of OU’s women’s swimming program, he earned recognition as one of the top swimmers in the nation. Arguably the most accomplished student-athlete in OU history, Huth earned a rare 24 All-America honors, claiming 13 individual national championships. Huth was a four-time national champion in both the 200- and 400-yard individual medley, and was named NCAA Division II Swimmer of the Year three times. He remains the only swimmer in NCAA history to have won both the 200 and 400 IM four times. In 2002 Huth had the unique honor of being selected to the Oakland University Lepley Hall of Honor for a second time. He and is the only member to be enshrined twice. Originally named to the Hall in 1990 for his swimming accomplishments as a student-athlete, his second honor was in recognition of his coaching accomplishments. A native of Yakima, Wash., Huth is a member of the North Oakland Family YMCA Advisory Board and the March of Dimes “Walk America Troy site committee. He earned his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Oakland in 1985, and in 1996, Huth earned his master’s degree in sports administration from Wayne State University. He currently resides in Clarkston and has two children, Kara and Chance.

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Oakland University Athletic Administration SIMON DOVER

STACY MOSELY

Associate Athletics Director Business/External Operations Oakland, ‘88

Associate Athletics Director Internal Operations Senior Woman Administrator Cal Poly, ‘93

Simon Dover joined the Oakland athletics staff as the business manager in November of 1998. In the summer of 2000 he was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Finance and Administration and in January of 2006 was promoted to Associate Athletic Director for Internal Operations and became Associate Athletic Director for External Operations in December of 2008. Dover is responsible for managing the multi-million dollar athletic budget, contract negotiations, financial aid for student-athletes and as is an active part of the departments strategic planning initiatives. Dover oversees the athletic communiciations, marketing and promotions and athletic training operations. Dover’s also has supervisory responsibility for Men’s and Women’s Cross Country and Track. A native of Rochester, Mich. Dover came to Oakland in 1998 from the Palace of Auburn Hills and Palace Sports and Entertainment where he worked from 1991-1998. Prior to The Palace, Dover worked in public accounting from 1988–91. Dover, a 1988 graduate of Oakland with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, received his masters of finance degree in 1998 from Walsh College. He is a member of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the College Athletic Business Managers Association. Dover resides in Rochester, with his wife Janice and their two children, Harrison and Haley.

Stacy Mosely joined the Oakland athletics staff in May 2008. Along with direct oversight of several programs at OU, Mosely will also serve as the Senior Woman Administrator for the Golden Grizzlies. Prior to her efforts at Miami (FL) where she spent one year as the Associate Director of Alumni Programs, Mosely worked 12 years at Northern Illinois University in various positions. She was most recently an Assistant Athletic Director in charge of marketing and promotions and worked four years as the Assistant A.D. in charge of internal operations where she supervised baseball, men’s soccer, women’s gymnastics and golf. Mosely also served as the Tournament Director for the men’s golf championship (2003) and women’s gymnastics championship (2005) for the Mid-American Conference. Along with those accomplishments, Mosely assisted with the development of a $200,000 contract with Adidas to supply free athletic apparel for the Huskies and expanded women’s basketball media coverage through radio broadcasts and telecasts. Mosely graduated from California Polytechnic State University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and human development in June 1993. She went on to earn her master’s degree in sports management in May 1996. Mosely is married to Marquis Mosely who is a former football coach at Miami (FL).

JOE IMPELLIZZERI

Assistant Athletics Director Development Olivet, ‘84

Joe Impellizzeri is in his third year as the Associate Director of Athletics for Development at Oakland University. Impellizzeri is responsible for securing private gifts and managing donor relations. Before joining Oakland, Impellizzeri spent five years as a Director of Resource Development for the United Way for Southeastern Michigan. Most recently, Impellizzeri was responsible for raising nearly $8 million to fully fund the start-up and first three years of operations of United Way 2-1-1. During his tenure at United Way Impellizzeri also increased the overall revenue from leadership and major gifts five percent, from $12.9 million to $13.5 million. Prior to his time at United Way, Impellizzeri spent four years at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, the last two as the Vice President for External Relations, leading a fund-raising effort that resulted in a record $2.96 million in 2001. A native of Fraser, Michigan, Impellizzeri earned a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Olivet College in 1984. While at Olivet, Impellizzeri was a three-year member of the Comets’ baseball team. In 1995, Impellizzeri earned a master’s in sports management and sports administration from Ohio State University. Impellizzeri resides in Macomb Township, Michigan with his wife Heidi and their three daughters, Audrey, Katherine and Sarah.

HOLLY KERSTNER

Assistant Athletics Director Student-Athlete Services Concordia, ‘95

Holly Kerstner joined the Oakland University athletic department staff in 2006 as the Assistant Athletic Director for Student Athlete Services, a position created to help student-athletes succeed in the classroom as well as in competition. Kerstner also oversees the Grizzly Center for Graduates and Champions, the academic center for student-athletes which provides tutorial support and other resources to assist them in the classroom. She will also serve as the administrator of the Grizzly tennis, volleyball and softball teams. Additionally, Kerstner oversees the Lifeskills program which aids student-athletes in making the transition between university life and post-graduation responsibilities. Prior to joining the Grizzly staff Kerstner served a four-year stint at Radford University as the Director of Student-Athlete Support Services. She oversaw all academic services, including the tutorial center and advising. Kerstner was also the Student Athlete Advisory Committee advisor at Radford. Kerstner spent four years at the University of Detroit as the Director of Advising and Academic Services before moving along to Radford. Her duties included admitting, advising and counseling student-athletes, as well as conditionally admitting students and overseeing the learning center.

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Oakland University Athletic Staff

ROB BEAM

BRIANCOSTELLO

BECKIE FRANCIS

PETE HOVLAND

JOHN MUSACHIO

NICK O’SHEA

ERIC POGUE

HEATHER REDSHAW

JANA CARNEY

MATT HERREMA

GINA DeMARTIS Administrative Asst.

Head Athletic Trainer

SARAHPREISINGER

ELISABETHPUTNAM

SAMANTHARADEL

CHADTHOMPSON

EDDIE TURNER

ADRIAN KOWAL

Volleyball

Baseball

KATE BOYLAN

Coordinator of Promotions

SARAH JUDD

Men’s/Women’s Golf

Women’s Soccer

Coordinator of Business Ops.

SCOTTMacDONALD

Women’s Basketball

Men’s Soccer

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Dir. of MBB Operations

Dir. of Communications

Dir. of WBB Operations

BRENT STOUT

SCOTT DUNFORD Asst. Dir. of Communications

Coordinator of Annual Giving

Asst. Dir. of Facilities

Swimming and Diving

Women’s Tennis

Facilities Coordinator

Equipment Manager

GREG KAMPE Men’s Basketball

LADONIA HUGHES Softball

PAUL RICE

LAINIE BISBEE

TOM FORD

SCHENETTE FOWLER

Track/Cross Country

Assoc. Athletic Trainer

Compliance Coordinator

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Accounting Clerk

MIKE BOND

Communications Asst.

TODDWOHLFEIL

Dir., Strength/Conditioning

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THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

IUPUI’s Chen Ni became The Summit League’s rst NCAA female national champion, winning the women’s platform dive at the 2010 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. As The Summit League concludes its third decade as an NCAA Division I athletics conference, the ascending level of performance among the 10 member institutions and over 3,000 student-athletes in 19 championship sports continues. Now in its 29th year, The Summit League is in the midst of a renaissance, both on the playing eld and in the classroom. During the 2009-10 academic year, the League produced a national champion, 11 All-Americans, eight Academic All-Americans and 33 Academic All-District honorees. IUPUI’s Chen Ni made history at the NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships and highlighted the individual accomplishments in 2009-10. The sophomore became The Summit League’s rst female national champion, and fth NCAA titlist overall, when she nished rst in the platform dive. Also garnering national recognition was Oakland men’s basketball player Keith Benson, who received The Summit League’s rst national individual award for basketball performance when he was named the Lou Henson Award winner as the nation’s Mid-Major Player of the Year. The level of performance in men’s basketball continued to rise as The Summit League was one of just six leagues outside of the “power six” conferences to have both of its championship game participants compete with RPI ratings in the top 85. The Summit League had two teams post 25-win seasons, making it one of seven leagues outside of the “power six” and one of 12 overall in Division I to make that claim. Summit League champion Oakland set new standards for season League victories (17), winning percentage (.944) and tied the mark for consecutive League wins (16). The Summit League’s Basketball Championship extended its visibility in 2010, as for the rst time in history all 14 men’s and women’s tournament games were televised, including all seven men’s contests with a national reach via an ESPN platform. Overall attendance in Sioux Falls, S.D., was the second-highest on record and a new women’s quarternal session mark was set with 5,384 spectators. Several other sports also saw records fall during the 2009-10 campaign. In volleyball, North Dakota State set a new mark with its 37th consecutive League win en route to its second straight undefeated season. Additionally, the League set standards for postseason participation in both track & eld, where an all-time best 50 athletes qualied for the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Preliminary Rounds, and women’s basketball, where three teams advanced to postseason play. Academically, six Summit League teams were bestowed with the NCAA Public Recognition Award, an honor given to teams

that have a Division I Academic Progress R Rate (APR) in the top 10 percent of all squads in their respective sports. IPFW led with cro country, women’s three teams on the list, including men’s cross lf and d volleyball, ll b ll while hil another th ttrio i off tteams, UMKC volleyball, golf North Dakota State women’s golf and Oakland women’s golf, also received accolades. The national reach of The Summit League continues to expand with member institutions selected as hosts for NCAA Championship events, beginning with UMKC serving as a co-host for the 2010 NCAA Volleyball Championship. IUPUI will serve as a co-host for the 2011 Women’s Final Four and the 2015 Men’s Final Four and be the host for both the 2013 and 2017 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships. League members were selected for several NCAA preliminary competitions with Oakland hosting the 2010 Cross Country Great Lakes Regional and 2013 Men’s Basketball First and Second Rounds and IUPUI serving as co-host for one of the four 2013 Men’s Basketball Regionals. Last season’s Summit League accomplishments came on the heels of a successful year in 2008-09. Attendance and sponsorship records were set at the 2009 Basketball Championships, the inaugural season in Sioux Falls. Furthermore, The League saw an unprecedented three teams end the season with a national ranking, a total of seven NCAA Tournament wins, and the NCAA’s largest men’s basketball attendance increase. A pair of former Summit League student-athletes gained individual acclaim on the world stage during the summer of 2008. Former Oral Roberts track star Andretti Bain won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the Bahamas’ 4x400-meter relay team after having claimed both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor 400-meter titles earlier in the year. Former IUPUI standout George Hill became The Summit League’s second NBA rst round draft pick when he was selected 26th by the San Antonio Spurs after garnering Summit League Player of the Year honors. Originally formed in 1982 as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities and later known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League is in its fourth year of a rebranding that followed its 25th anniversary and coincided with the Summit Plan, a strategic plan that places a renewed emphasis on improving the academic and athletic performances of all league student-athletes. Included in the plan was the league’s new name, the creation of a new image and the addition of three member institutions. The Summit League has a combined enrollment of over 125,000 at 10 member institutions: Centenary College of Louisiana, IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis), UMKC (University of Missouri-Kansas City), North Dakota State University, Oakland University, Oral Roberts University, South Dakota State University, Southern Utah University and Western Illinois University.

THE SUMMIT LEAGUE

340 W. Buttereld Rd., Suite 3D Elmhurst, IL 60126 Phone: (630) 516-0661 Fax: (630) 516-0673

www.thesummitleague.org

Tom Douple Commissioner

Commissioner .................................................................Tom Douple Associate Commissioner .....................................Myndee Kay Larsen Assistant Commissioner ..................................................Greg Walter Director of Communications .......................................... David Brauer Director of Marketing ..............................................Vanessa Quimpo Associate Director of Communications ............................ Greg Mette Assistant Director of Compliance & Administration ....Matthew Boyer Ofce Manager ............................................................ Brenda Hilton Communications Assistant .............................. Stephanie Sabaduquia

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One of the Summit League’s most iconic moments came when Valparaiso’s Bryce Drew hit “the shot”, a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer, to top Mississippi in the rst round of the 1998 NCAA Tournament. Valpo’s story captivated the nation as they became the league’s second team to reach the “Sweet 16.” In April 2009, the University of South Dakota accepted an invitation to join the league with full membership beginning in 2011-12 and currently serves as an associate member for swimming and diving. The League has one additional associate member in Eastern Illinois University, which currently competes in swimming and diving and will join in men’s soccer in 2011. These member institutions pride themselves on providing quality athletic, academic and social experiences for their student-athletes. The Summit League sponsors 19 championship sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s indoor track and eld, men’s and women’s outdoor track and eld, men’s and women’s tennis, and volleyball. The league champion receives automatic bids to the NCAA Tournament in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the rst round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on its way to a berth in the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to defeat No. 4 seed

Mississippi in an NCAA rst-round game and spark its Sweet 16 run. More recently, Oral Roberts’ baseball program nished the 2004 campaign with a national-ranking and became the rst Summit League school to reach an NCAA Super Regional in 2006. Three years later, North Dakota State’s 2009 softball team became the rst League member to win an NCAA regional and advance to the Super Regional round. During the 2008-09 basketball season, South Dakota State’s women’s team was nationally-ranked throughout the year and capped its season with an NCAA Tournament rst round victory. The League has produced ve NCAA champions, four Olympic athletes and several All-Americans in the sports of track and eld, swimming and diving and cross country. Numerous professionals and several draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball rst round picks, a pair of NBA rst rounders and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguers Kevin Duckworth (NBA) and Kevin Seitzer (MLB) each were two-time all-stars during their professional careers. Recent and historical success coupled with an increased growth among its membership base gives The Summit League a promising future on the landscape of college athletics.

NOTABLE FORMER STUDENT-ATHLETES

Andretti Bain Kevin Duckworth Oral Roberts Track & Field Eastern Illinois Basketball 2008 NCAA 400m Champion (I/O) Two-time NBA All-Star

Kevin Seitzer Eastern Illinois Baseball Two-time MLB All-Star

Liza Brown DePaul Softball 1999 1st Team All-American

Zane Teilane Western Illinois Basketball WNBA Draft Pick/2008 Olympian

Anita Rapp Oakland Soccer 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist

SUMMIT LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP AT A GLANCE CENTENARY Nicknames: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League: OAKLAND Nickname: Location: Enrollment: Founded: Joined League:

Gents/Ladies Shreveport, La. 800 1825 2003 Golden Grizzlies Rochester, Mich. 19,053 1957 1997

IPFW Nickname: Mastodons Location: Fort Wayne, Ind. Enrollment: 14,193 Founded: 1964 Joined League: 2007 ORAL ROBERTS Nickname: Golden Eagles Location: Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment: 3,140 Founded: 1963 Joined League: 1997

IUPUI Nickname: Jaguars Location: Indianapolis, Ind. Enrollment: 30,566 Founded: 1969 Joined League: 1998 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Jackrabbits Location: Brookings, S.D. Enrollment: 12,816 Founded: 1881 Joined League: 2007

UMKC Nickname: Kangaroos Location: Kansas City, Mo. Enrollment: 14,221 Founded: 1933 Joined League: 1994 SOUTHERN UTAH Nickname: Thunderbirds Location: Cedar City, Utah Enrollment: 8,066 Founded: 1897 Joined League: 1997

NORTH DAKOTA STATE Nickname: Bison Location: Fargo, N.D. Enrollment: 14,407 Founded: 1890 Joined League: 2007 WESTERN ILLINOIS Nickname: Fighting Leathernecks Location: Macomb, Ill. Enrollment: 13,331 Founded: 1899 Joined League: 1982 (charter member)

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: The University of South Dakota competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and will begin league competition for all sports in 2011-12 with eligibility for all regular season and tournament championships beginning in 2012-13. Eastern Illinois competes as an associate member in swimming and diving and begin play as an associate member in men’s soccer in 2011. FORMER MEMBERS: Akron (1990-92); Buffalo (1994-98); C.W. Post (Baseball, 1995-98); Central Connecticut State (1994-98); Chicago State (1994-2006); Cleveland State (1982-94); DePaul (Softball, 1993-99); Green Bay (1982-94); Howard (M-Soccer, 1996-98); Illinois-Chicago (1982-94); Milwaukee (1993-94); Missouri State (1982-90); New York Tech (Baseball, 1995-98); Northeastern Illinois (1994-98); Northern Illinois (1990-94); Northern Iowa (1982-91); Oneonta State (M-Soccer, 1996-97); Pace (Baseball, 1995-98); Quincy (M-Soccer, 1994-95); SIU-Edwardsville (M-Soccer, 1994-95); Troy (1994-97); Valparaiso (1982-2007); Wright State (1991-94); Youngstown State (1992-2001).

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OAKLAND SWIMMERS AND COACHES IN THE OU HALL OF HONOR MEN’S TEAM Doug Allen - 2000 Morgan Bailey - 2010 Carl Boyd - 2004 Thomas Boyd -1988 Michael Campbell - 2008 James Collins - 2010 Dario DiFazio - 2002 Ian Dittus - 1989 Mark Doyle - 1987 Gordon Geheb - 1989 Tracy Huth - 1990 Jay Judson - 2007 Paul Karas - 1984 Steve Larson - 1993 Eric McIlquham - 1999 Rod Mitchell - 1986 Jack Parker - 1986 David Paxton - 2009 Mike Schmidt - 1992 James Surowiec - 1997 Jon Teal - 2008 Mark Vagle - 1991 Mark VanderMey - 1994 Chris Zoltak - 2002

SHANNON KROGSRUD

Krogsrud was the first women’s swimmer inducted in the Hall of Honor.

WOMEN’S TEAM Becki Bach Simmons - 2009 Amy Comerford Albiero - 2000 Karen Enneking - 1990 Lisa Guilfoyle Luczak - 1997 Linda Hein Hatt - 1988 Nikki Kelsey - 1996 Shannon Krogsrud - 1987 Kerry Leavoy Miller - 2008 Ellen Lessig Cook - 2004 Kristen Nagelkirk Barnwell - 2004 Kim Pogue - 1992 Mary Vincent Perry - 1992 Lyn Schermer Cooper - 1998 Nancy Schermer DeJonge - 1994 Kathy Van Valkenburg Swieter - 1991

COACHES Tracy Huth - 2002 Ernie Maglischo - 1995 TEAMS 1964-65 Men’s - 2007 1979-80 Men’s - 1995 1989-90 Women’s - 1995

1980 MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

In 1980, the men’s team captured the NCAA Division II National Championship, the first in any sport in OU history.


Oakland University Swimming & Diving 46 Years of Tradition 10-Time NCAA National Champs 98 NCAA Individual Champions

JulieAnne Stears

Conference Champion 2010 Summit League Co-Newcomer of the Year

63 NCAA Relay Champions 196 All-Americans 4 Olympians 557 Individual conference champions

Sandra Czerska

Conference Champion 2010 Summit League Co-Newcomer of the Year

193 relay conference champions Men - 32-0 at Conference Championship Meets Women - 16 consecutive Conference Championships

Tim Montague

Alex Aceino

Johanna Gustafsson Conference Champion

Conference Champion

Joe Rodgers Conference Champion

Conference Champion

Alyssa Vela

Conference Champion

Scott Yarbrough Conference Champion

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