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Table of Contents Table of Contents Quick Facts 2011-12 Schedule 2012 NCAA Qualifying Standards Chris Kjeldsen Swimming Complex The Coaches The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation 2011-12 Women’s Season Preview Women’s Roster Women’s Profiles 2010-11 Women’s Season Review 2011-12 Men’s Season Preview Men’s Roster Men’s Profiles 2010-11 Men’s Season Review Record Book This Is Pacific

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Quick Facts Location 3601 Pacific Ave. Stockton, CA 95211 Athletics Phone (209) 946-2472 Ticket Office Phone (209) 946-2474 President Dr. Pamela Eibeck VP of Ext. Relations & Athletics Ted Leland Nickname Tigers Colors Orange & Black Enrollment 6,676 Founded 1851 Home Pool Chris Kjeldsen Pool Conference Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Affiliation NCAA Division I Interim Head Coach Gus Barrios (Cleveland State, ‘02) Graduate Assistant Coach K.C. Albiston (Pacific, ‘10) Graduate Assistant Coach Joey Rossi (Pacific, ‘10) Swimming Office Phone (209) 946-2710 2010-11 Women’s Record 7-4 (4-2 MPSF) 2010-11 Women’s MPSF Finish 7th of 9 2010-11 Men’s Record 2-5-1 (1-2 MPSF) 2010-11 Men’s MPSF Finish 2nd of 3 Women Letterwinners Returning/Lost 15/4 Men Letterwinners Returning/Lost 20/12 Swimming Contact Kyle Bruce Bruce’s Phone (209) 946-2479 Bruce’s Email kbruce1@pacific.edu Media Relations Fax (209) 946-2757 Media Relations Director Mike Millerick Web Site www.pacifictigers.com

Date 10/6 10/8 10/14 10/15 10/28 10/29 11/4 11/5 11/17 11/18 11/19 1/7 1/14 1/21 1/27 2/15-19 3/15-17 3/22-24

2011-12 Swimming Schedule Opponent Location Time at UC Davis (W) Davis, Calif. 5:30 p.m. Alumni Meet Kjeldsen Pool 10 a.m. Pacific Invite1 Kjeldsen Pool 1 p.m. 1 Pacific Invite Kjeldsen Pool 11 a.m. at Nevada (W) Reno, Nev. 5 p.m. at CSU Bakersfield Bakersfield, Calif. 12 p.m. Quad Meet2 Kjeldsen Pool 3 p.m. 3 Quad Meet Kjeldsen Pool 12 p.m. Arena Classic Long Beach, Calif. All Day Arena Classic Long Beach, Calif. All Day Arena Classic Long Beach, Calif. All Day at Stanford Stanford, Calif. TBA UC Davis Kjeldsen Pool 1 p.m. Tri Meet4 Santa Cruz, Calif. 12 p.m. UC Santa Barbara Kjeldsen Pool 5 p.m. MPSF Championships Long Beach, Calif. All Day NCAA Championships5 (W) Auburn, Ala. All Day 6 NCAA Championships (M) Seattle, Wash. All Day

All times Pacific. Home meets in bold. W - Women only M - Men only 1 - Pacific Invite (San Diego, BYU, Stanford) 2 - Quad Meet (Air Force (M), Fresno State (W), Seattle U) 3 - Quad Meet (Air Force (M), CSU Bakersfield, Seattle U) 4 - Tri Meet (hosted by UC Santa Cruz) 5 - NCAA Championships (W) (hosted by Auburn) 6 - NCAA Championships (M) (hosted by Seattle U)

Credits The 2011-12 Pacific swimming media guide was compiled by Kyle Bruce, Graduate Assistant for Athletic Media Relations for Pacific Athletics, and is a publication of the University of the Pacific Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Photos were provided by Anita Sharf, Gary Jones, Becca Wyant, and Caroline’s Photography. Content editing was done by Ben Laskey, Mike Dalgety, and Mike Millerick.

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NCAA 2012 Qualifying Standards Women’s Swimming Standards 25-Yard Course

Men’s Swimming Standards 25-Yard Course Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM 200 Free Relay 400 Free Relay 800 Free Relay 200 Medley Relay 400 Medley Relay

A Standard 19.35 42.26 1:33.61 4:15.68 14:51.15 46.04 1:42.95 46.28 1:41.53 52.87 1:54.25 1:44.05 3:43.68 1:17.69 2:51.26 6:20.76 1:25.40 3:08.22

Event 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 100 Fly 200 Fly 100 Back 200 Back 100 Breast 200 Breast 200 IM 400 IM 200 Free Relay 400 Free Relay 800 Free Relay 200 Medley Relay 400 Medley Relay

B Standard 20.29 44.37 1:38.09 4:25.29 15:30.69 48.34 1:48.09 48.59 1:46.60 55.51 1:59.96 1:49.25 3:54.86 1:21.57 3:01.09 6:42.42 1:29.94 3:17.63

A Standard 21.93 47.84 1:44.02 4:38.46 15:53.38 52.02 1:54.95 52.55 1:53.37 59.65 2:09.25 1:56.13 4:05.65 1:28.35 3:14.93 7:02.07 1:36.68 3:32.56

B Standard 22.99 50.19 1:48.29 4:47.79 16:30.59 54.62 2:00.69 55.17 1:59.24 1:02.98 2:16.20 2:01.79 4:19.69 1:32.76 3:24.67 7:23.17 1:42.70 3:43.18

Earning an “A Standard” time automatically qualifies a student-athlete for the NCAA Championships in that given event. A “B Standard” time means a student-athlete is eligible for an invite to the NCAA Championships in that event only if there are not enough “A Standard” times to fill all heats. In that case, student-athletes with the best “B Standard” times are given preference until all heat spots are filled.

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Chris Kjeldsen Swimming Complex

The Chris Kjeldsen Pool has served the University of the Pacific and Stockton communities well for over 25 years. In 1995-96, under the direction of former athletic director Bob Lee, the athletic department raised funds to make the aquatics programs and facilities at Pacific among the very best in the country, with the completion of the Pacific Aquatics Center. The addition of the Pacific Aquatics Center to the Kjeldsen Swimming Complex cost an estimated $400,000. It is located on the east side of the pool complex and contains 4,000 square feet of space. Hot showers and locker rooms are available to serve recreational and

competitive athletes from both the campus and local community, and office space houses coaches and lifeguards. Meeting areas for athletic and social events are also found there. The pool and deck underwent a major renovation in 2008, which included the addition of spill-over gutters and a new scoreboard. Additionally, the pool was resurfaced with new siding to make it one of the faster pools in the region.

the pool for physically challenged swimmers. In addition, it allows control of access for optimum supervision of the pool area. The Chris Kjeldsen Swimming Complex is located on Larry Heller Drive at the southeast corner of Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium and directly across from the Alex G. Spanos Center.

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The Coaches Gustavo Barrios Interim Head Coach First Season (4th Overall) Cleveland State, ‘02, ‘07 Gustavo Barrios was named interim head coach for Pacific’s men’s and women’s swimming programs on September 1, 2011. Barrios had been an assistant coach for the Tigers for three years, following six seasons as an assistant coach at Cleveland State. As the Tigers’ assistant coach, Barrios was responsible for the organizational and administrative components of the men’s and women’s programs, such as recruiting and providing perspective into the sport from his successful career as a student-athlete. As the director of Pacific’s sprint program, Barrios coached then-senior Jenny Lewis to the NCAA Championships in 2009, where she placed 51st in the 50 Free and 61st in the 100 Back. Barrios played a key role in the Orange and Black’s recent successes, helping to guide the men’s team to a second-place finish in the inaugural Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships last season. He coached 14 student-athletes to All-MPSF honors in 2011. During his time in the water, Barrios won multiple league championships, event titles (100 Free and 200 and 400 Free Relays), and was a finalist in several other events during his four years (1999-2003) with the Cleveland State Vikings. As a freshman in 1999, Barrios anchored the 400 Free Relay team that clinched the Midwestern Collegiate Conference team championship for the Vikings.

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A native of Panama, Barrios has had the distinction of representing his country in several international competitions. He represented Panama at the 2001 FINA World Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, at the 1998 Central American & Caribbean Games in Maracaibo, Venezuela, and the 2001 Central American Games in Guatemala. A member of the Dean’s List during his four years at CSU, Barrios received the 2002 Barnes and Noble Director’s Award for the highest cumulative grade point average among all graduating student-athletes. His insight and knowledge into the sport of swimming allowed him to excel as a respected coach in the Horizon League with Cleveland State. In addition, his ability to relate to current swimmers through performances in the water as well as academically provided the coaching staff with tremendous insight. Barrios earned his master’s degree in sports management and exercise science from Cleveland State in 2007.

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The Coaches KC Albiston

Joey Rossi

Graduate Assistant Coach Second Season Pacific, ‘10

Graduate Assistant Coach First Season Pacific, ‘10

In her second year as a graduate assistant coach, Albiston continues her time with the Pacific swim team after lettering for four years with the Tigers and completing her undergraduate studies in sport sciences at Pacific. Albiston closed out her career placing in Pacific’s women’s top-10 record books in the 1000 Free (10:04.91), 1650 Free (16:54.97) and 400 IM (4:25.29). As a senior at the Big West Championships, she finished fourth in the 400 IM finals touching the wall in 4:25.26. During her junior season at the Big West Championships, Albiston made a top-10 finish and the Pacific record books with a time of 4:25.29 in the 400 IM. In her first two seasons for the Orange and Black, she won backto-back conference titles in the 1650 Free at the Big West Championships. During her freshman campaign, she posted a time of 17:14.04 and went on to shatter that time by 11 seconds with a time of 17:03.15 as a sophomore. In addition to her back-to-back 1650 Free conference titles, Albiston also topped all swimmers in the 1000 Free with a 10:11.10 race and finished fourth in the 500 Free (4:58.67) during her sophomore season. Albiston attended Skyline High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she competed in varsity swimming and earned All-America honors. As a senior, Albiston set a new Utah state record for in the 500 Free with a time of 4:57.95.

Rossi joins the Pacific swimming program for the first time in 2011-12 after earning four letters with the Tigers’ men’s water polo team and earning his undergraduate degree in sport pedagogy in 2011. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sport sciences. As a member of Pacific’s men’s water polo team, Rossi tallied career totals of 41 goals, 53 assists, and 43 steals. He appeared in 97 matches in four seasons as the Tigers made the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament three of the four years. Outside of the pool, Rossi was a two-time MPSF All-Academic selection and four-time Academic All-America honoree. Rossi prepped at Ceres High School in Ceres, Calif., where he lettered in both swimming and water polo for the Bulldogs. He owns the all-time scoring title at his high school and was a two-time Junior Olympian as well as a member of the California Central Zone team.

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The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation

The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) was established during the 1992-1993 academic year to serve the competitive needs of member institutions from the Big West, Pacific-10, Mountain West, Western Athletic and West Coast Conferences and other selected universities in the western United States; and to provide championship competition for Division I intercollegiate Olympic sports in a conference setting. The MPSF was originally formed to provide enhanced competition and championship opportunities for sports without conference affiliation; to contain the costs of competition; and to ensure the survival of sports impacted by Title IX and other fiscal pressures. The Federation has served as an incubator for emerging women’s sports and as a safe harbor for sports impacted by conference realignments. In 2006-2007, the Federation celebrated its 15th year of competition and is affirmed that is more relevant today than at any other time since its inception. As a testament to its viability, the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation continues to successfully ride the ever-changing wave of college sports by fostering contraction and expansion of its intercollegiate athletics portfolio to meet the dynamic needs of its member institutions and conferences. Since its inception, MPSF teams have won 49 NCAA team championships and many individual titles as well. In 2011-2012, the MPSF will again provide competition in nine Olympic intercollegiate sports while serving over 1,500 student-athletes and approximately 75 head coaches from 32 universities in 12 western states. All MPSF teams compete at the NCAA Division I level in men’s soccer, men’s and women’s water polo, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s gymnastics, women’s lacrosse and men’s volleyball. All MPSF champions are eligible to compete in NCAA Championships with MPSF men’s soccer, men’s and women’s water polo, and men’s volleyball champions earning automatic qualification into NCAA championship events. In 2010-2011, five MPSF teams won NCAA championships to total 53 NCAA team titles since the Federation’s first season of competition in 1992-93. Almost a score of Federation teams and hundreds of student-athletes competed in NCAA postseason competition. CALIFORNIA started things off by winning their second-consecutive NCAA men’s water polo title last fall. ARIZONA STATE pulled off a double win with both the Sun Devils’ men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams taking NCAA crowns, after the women won both the MPSF and NCAA titles for the second year in a row. OKLAHOMA then won the NCAA men’s gymnastics title, also after taking the MPSF championship. This was the Sooners fifth NCAA crown in seven seasons and fourth-consecutive MPSF title with nine outright or co-conference titles in the past 10 seasons. UCLA capped the season by repeating as NCAA women’s water polo champions after winning the MPSF title, pulling off dual titles for the second year in a row. Other Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Champions for the 2007-2008 season include NEW MEXICO’s fourth-consecutive conference title in men’s soccer, the Lobos’ sixth in seven years; OREGON won it’s first-ever MPSF men’s indoor track and field championship while UC DAVIS added the Aggies’ first MPSF women’s gymnastics title. PEPPERDINE won its fourth MPSF men’s volleyball title before losing to Penn State in the NCAA final. Al Beaird has been the Federation’s only executive director, taking the reigns after being selected by the MPSF Administrative Committee in December 1997 after a national search. Beaird’s position was established as a result of the Federation’s continued growth and emerging tradition of NCAA and national championship caliber play, including 38 NCAA team championships during his tenure. Beaird, who formerly served on the athletics staff at his alma mater UC Davis, where the integration of student and athlete is a long-rooted philosophy, oversees the administration of all Federation sports, having worked closely with administrators and coaches from more than 40 different universities over the course of his administration. Beaird presided over the transition of the Federation from what was initially a scheduling alliance to what is now a nationally recognized NCAA Division I multi-sports conference. Beaird directs all aspects of MPSF competition, including championships, officiating, rules compliance, scheduling, media relations, broadcasting, sponsorships and NCAA relations, while also shaping conference legislation, facilitating annual meetings and providing direction and communication for the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Administrative and Executive Committees. In 2004, Beaird completed a fouryear term, three years as chair, on the NCAA Men’s Water Polo Championships Committee and one year as chair of the inaugural NCAA Men’s and Women’s Water Polo Rules Committee. Beaird feels privileged to work with coaches and studentathletes who compete at the highest levels, including many who compete on USA national teams as coaches or players in international and Olympic competition. With his high level of involvement in NCAA Olympic sports, Beaird is often called upon to serve as liaison to the national governing bodies for amateur athletics in the United States and the United States Olympic Committee. Beaird received his undergraduate degree in physical education from UC Davis in 1977 before attaining his Masters of Business Administration (Marketing emphasis) from California State University, Sacramento in 1993. Beaird, who lives in Woodland, California, has two daughters who are active in high school and club sports.

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2011-12 Women’s Team 2011-12 2011-12 2011-12 2010-11 2010-11

Season Preview..............................................8 Roster..............................................................9 Swimmer Profiles..................................10-18 Season Review.............................................19 Top Times....................................................20


2011-12 Women’s Season Preview Bevy Of Returners Has Optimism High For 2011-12 Women’s Season 15 Letterwinners Return For The Tigers as Pacific Looks to Build Off Of A Solid First Season In The MPSF Pacific experienced a change in leadership this offseason as former assistant coach Gus Barrios was named the interim head coach on September 1, 2011. The Tiger women do not intend on losing a step, however, as they return 15 letterwinners from a team that impressed in its first year in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. “I expect our women’s team to continue their strong performance from last year,” Barrios said. “We have multiple swimmers that are able to earn NCAA qualifying times in their specific events, as well as our relay teams.” The Tigers finished the 2010-11 season with an overall record of 7-5, including a 4-2 mark in MPSF meets. Jayme Swalin was a First Team All-MPSF selection in the 1650 Free and a second team honoree in the 500 Free. Joining her on the second team were MaryElla Randall (50 Free), Shelby Bolin (200 Back), and Elena Walterman (100 Fly). Eight newcomers, along with one redshirt, join the Orange and Black’s deep roster. Dekel Shahaf, who redshirted last season, will be looked upon to have an instant impact. Swalin will serve as the team’s captain while fellow seniors Ellen Barton, Lia Santini, and Elena Walterman will provide the squad Junior Mallory McGowan

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with experience and leadership. Freestyle Randall returns for her second year after earning an NCAA qualifying time in the 50 Free as a freshman. Swalin, coming off of a third-place finish in the 1650 Free at the MPSF Championships, will lead the Tigers’ mid-distance freestyle swimmers while junior Mallory McGowan and Shahaf are expected to have an impact, as well. Breaststroke McGowan has been the Orange and Black’s most consistent swimmer in the Breast in her two seasons, winning event titles in five meets last season. She has improved her times each year and will look to earn a spot in the finals at the MPSF Championships in what is the league’s deepest event. Also expected to contribute are Santini and freshman Shannon Mack. Backstroke The Tigers have plenty of depth in the two Back events. Junior Becca Wyant is the team’s top returner. Sophomores Bolin and Hayley Shillington will contribute, as well. Shahaf and newcomers Annie Sumioka and Karen Barboza will bolster Pacific’s deepest event. Butterfly The Orange and Black’s fastest returner is Walterman, who is followed closely by juniors Jenna Chaplin and Allie Vetterlein. Chaplin spent the summer swimming for the Bahamas National Team, where she and Shahaf will be called upon to contribute in the two Fly events, as well. Individual Medley Vetterlein is the Tigers’ fastest returning swimmer 9

Senior Jayme Swalin

in the two IM events. Freshmen Kelsey Boreyko and Kelsey Crowder are also expected to contribute. In an extremely tough conference like the MPSF, Barrios expects the Tigers to challenge the top teams and improve on their seventh-place finish from last year. “The MPSF is one of the more challenging conferences regionally and nationally,” Barrios noted. “With the addition of BYU to get to 10 members, we hope to finish in the top half and give the top teams a run for their money.” Pacific had a stellar season in the classroom last year, as well, and Barrios expects the women to improve their team GPA, also. “Our women’s team was over a 3.0 combined GPA last year,” said Barrios. “I expect our team GPA to improve to a combined 3.1 or 3.2.” Last season, the Tigers had five MPSF All-Academic honorees in Ellen Barton, Jenna Chaplin, Mallory McGowan, Allie Vetterlein, and Elena Walterman. All told, the Pacific women’s swimming team is poised to have a memorable 2011-12 season thanks to its large number of returners and its impactful newcomers.


2011-12 Women’s Roster Name Cl. Ht. Karen Barboza Fr. 5-8 Ellen Barton Sr. 5-9 Shelby Bolin So. 6-0 Kelsey Boreyko Fr. 5-6 Lauren Bugglin Jr. 5-5 Bo Cameron So. 5-9 Jenna Chaplin Jr. 5-3 Kelsey Crowder Fr. 5-3 Nicole Hau Fr. 5-8 Sydni Johanson Fr. 5-9 Shannon Mack Fr. 5-6 Mallory McGowan Jr. 5-6 MaryElla Randall So. 5-10 Lia Santini Sr. 5-11 Lydia Schramm Jr. 5-6 Dekel Shahaf So. 5-8 Hayley Shillington So. 5-8 Annie Sumioka Fr. 5-4 Jayme Swalin Sr. 5-7 Shannon Van Konynenburg So. 5-5 Allie Vetterlein Jr. 5-6 Elena Walterman Sr. 5-10 Laurie White Jr. 5-4 Becca Wyant Jr. 5-7

Events Fly/Back Free Free/Back Free/IM Fly/Back Free/Back Free/Fly Back/IM Free/Fly Free Breast/IM Breast Free Breast/IM Free/Fly Fly/Back/IM Free/Back Free/Back Free Free/Back Fly/IM Free/Fly Free/IM Fly/Back

Hometown/Last School Chula Vista, Calif./Otay Ranch HS Modesto, Calif./West Valley JC Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs HS San Diego, Calif./Home School Moraga, Calif./Santa Rosa JC Weymouth, England/Plymouth College Nassau, Bahamas/Saint Andrew’s School Seattle, Wash./Decatur HS Temple City, Calif./Temple HS Holladay, Utah/Skyline HS Mission Viejo, Calif./Santa Margarita HS Colusa, Calif./Colusa HS Walnut Creek, Calif./College Park HS Bothell, Wash./Bothell HS Edmonton, Alberta, Canada/W.P. Wagner HS Modi’in, Israel/Mor HS Thousand Oaks, Calif./Oaks Christian HS Corona, Calif./Centennial HS Kenmore, Wash./Inglemoor HS Cape Town, South Africa/Parel Vallei HS Seattle, Wash./John F. Kennedy Catholic Memorial HS Framingham, Mass./Framingham HS Jacksonville, Fla./The Bolles School Redmond, Wash./Redmond HS

2011-12 Women’s Swim Team - Front row (L to R), Graduate Assistant Coach KC Albiston, Laurie White, Kelsey Boreyko, Shannon Mack, Kelsey Crowder, Annie Sumioka, Shannon Van Konynenburg, Jenna Chaplin, and Becca Wyant. Middle row (L to R), Hayley Shillington, Jayme Swalin, Lydia Schramm, Bo Cameron, Allie Vetterlein, Dekel Shahaf, Mallory McGowan, Lauren Bugglin, and Interim Head Coach Gus Barrios. Back row (L to R), Lia Santini, Shelby Bolin, MaryElla Randall, Sydni Johanson, Ellen Barton, Karen Barboza, Elena Walterman, and Nicole Hau. 10

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Women’s Profiles Ellen Barton

Lia Santini

Senior Free Modesto, Calif. West Valley JC

Senior Breast/IM Bothell, Wash. Bothell HS

Junior (2010-11): Barton was recognized as an All-MPSF Academic selection. She finished 30th in the 1650 Free at the 2011 MPSF Championships, touching the wall at 18:33.89. Barton contributed to Pacific’s wins over Fresno Pacific and UC Santa Cruz with a third-place finish in the same event (18:59.46) in the Tri Meet on Jan. 22. Sophomore (2009-10): Barton had an impressive showing at the 2010 Big West Championships, placing 11th in the 1650 Free (17:57.48), 13th in the 1000 Free (10:43.85), and 18th in the 500 Free (5:16.67). She finished second in the 1000 Free against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 31 with a time of 11:15.45. Against Fresno State on Jan. 14, Barton touched the wall third in the same event, this time at 11:00.23. Senior Ellen Barton West Valley JC (2008-09): Barton redshirted her only year at West Valley Junior College. UC Davis (2007-08): Barton swam for UC Davis during her freshman year. She finished 16th in the 1,650 Free, 18th in the 50 Free, 19th in the 1,000 Free, and 29th in the 200 Free at the 2008 Big West Championships. Thomas Downey HS (‘07): Barton prepped at Thomas Downey High School in Modesto, Calif., where she earned four letters in swimming and was Barton’s Top Times her team’s MVP as a Event Time Date freshman. She was 50 Free 28.02 2/6/10 recognized as the 100 Free 59.77 10/16/09 200 Free 2:03.79 2/23/11 team’s most improved 500 Free 5:16.67 2/17/10 swimmer as a senior 1000 Free 10:43.85 2/17/10 and was given the 1650 Free 17:57.58 2/17/10 team’s Coach’s Award. 50 Fly 32.43 10/9/10 Barton also lettered in cheerleading. Personal: Barton was born in Modesto, Calif., and is the daughter of Jim and Paula Barton. She has a younger brother, RJ, who swims for Pacific’s men’s team. Barton lists her hobbies as watching movies and reading. She is pursuing a degree in sport sciences.

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Junior (2010-11): Santini’s 4:42.79 mark in the 400 IM was good for 22nd at the 2011 MPSF Championships. She placed second in the 100 Breast (1:08.33) in the Fresno Pacific-UC Santa Cruz Tri Meet on Jan. 22 after finishing as the runner-up in the 400 IM (4:44.78) versus UC Davis on Jan. 14. Against Stanford Santini’s Top Times on Jan. 8, she came Event Time Date in second in the 200 50 Free 27.97 1/16/10 100 Free 59.66 11/1/08 Breast (2:33.93) and 200 Free 2:07.17 10/17/08 third in the 200 IM 50 Breast 33.39 10/9/10 (2:17.04). She had three 100 Breast 1:06.68 2/17/10 top-five finishes in the 200 Breast 2:25.03 2/17/10 Tigers’ rout of Cal State 100 IM 1:05.58 10/9/10 Bakersfield on Oct. 30. 200 IM 2:14.70 1/30/10 400 IM 4:36.45 2/25/09 Sophomore (2009-10): Santini finished 11th in the 100 Breast (1:06.68), 12th in the 400 IM (4:43.60), and 14th in the 200 Breast (2:25.03) at the 2010 Big West Championships. She touched third in the 200 Breast (2:38.94) against California on Oct. 10. Santini also claimed third against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 30, this time in the 100 Breast (1:08.96). She had 12 other top-five finishes throughout the season. Freshman (2008-09): Santini finished 13th in the 400 IM (4:36.45), 14th in the 100 Breast (1:07.91), and 15th in the 200 Breast (2:27.19) at the 2009 Big West Championships. She took second in the 200 Breast at the Quad Meet on Nov. 1, clocking in at 2:38.78. Against Stanford on Jan. 10, Santini touched the wall at 1:12.04 in the 100 Breast, good for third. Bothell HS (‘08): Santini graduated from Bothell High School in Bothell, Wash., where she earned four letters in swimming. Outside of her high school team, she swam under head coach Jim Verdier for the WAVE Aquatics club team. Personal: Santini was born in Kirkland, Wash., and is the daughter of Greg and Amy Santini. She has one brother, Dominic, and one sister, Isabel. Santini is pursuing a degree in art.

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Women’s Profiles Jayme Swalin Senior Free Kenmore, Wash. Inglemoor HS Junior (2010-11): Swalin earned First Team All-MPSF honors in the 1650 Free and was a Second Team selection in the 500 Free. She had an outstanding showing at the 2011 MPSF Championships, finishing third in the 1650 Free (17:01.90), seventh in the 500 Free (4:58.33), and 12th in the 400 IM (4:28.74). Swalin was also a part of the championship’s sixth-place 800 Free Relay and seventh-place 200 Free Relay and 400 Free Relay teams. She had a pair of first-place finishes in the Quad Meet on Nov. 6, touching the wall first in the 1000 Free (10.26.69) and the 500 Free (5:07.43). Swalin also earned the top time in the 500 Free against Stanford on Jan. 8, coming in at 5:11.44. Her top spots in the 1650 Free (17:31.78) and the 400 IM (4:38.24) helped Pacific defeat Fresno Pacific and UC Santa Cruz on Jan. 22. She also finished first in the 400 IM against UC Davis on Jan. 14, with a Senior Jayme Swalin time of 4:35.21. Sophomore (2009-10): Swalin continued to impress during her sophomore campaign as she was the runner-up in the 500 Free (4:54.44), the 1000 Free (10:01.80), and the 1650 Free (16:49.97) at the 2010 Big West Championships. She was also a part of the championship’s 800 Free Relay (7:29.49), 200 Free Relay (1:36.62), and 400 Free Relay (3:31.63) teams that finished third, fourth, and fourth, respectively. First-place finishes in the 500 Free in the Tri Meet on Nov. 11 (5:08.79), versus Stanford on Jan. 9 (5:05.88), against Fresno State on Jan. 14 (5:07.88), and versus San Jose State on Jan. 23 (5:05.95) highlighted her season. She also came in first in a multitude of other events, including the 200 Free, 200 IM, and 1000 Free, throughout the year. Freshman (2008-09): Swalin had an incredible freshman year for the Tigers, as she was the top finisher in the 500 Free (4:50.95) at the 2009 Big West Championships. She also placed second in both the 1000 Free (9:58.52) and the 1650 Free (16:47.60). Swalin was a member of the third-place 400 Free Relay (3:24.79) and 800 Free Relay (7:31.17) teams. She opened her collegiate career with a runner-up finish in the 400 IM (4:36.62) against California on Oct. 11. Swalin followed that up with two event titles in the Quad Meet on Nov. 1,

winning the 1000 Free Swalin’s Top Times and the 500 Free with Event Time Date times of 10:2158 and 50 Free 25.85 10/17/08 5:04.93, respectively. 100 Free 52.57 2/17/10 She also won the 500 200 Free 1:51.49 2/23/11 Free versus Stanford 500 Free 4:50.95 2/25/09 on Jan. 10, clocking in 1000 Free 9:58.52 2/25/09 1650 Free 16:47.60 2/25/09 at 5:10.07. 50 Back 31.70 9/13/08 Inglemoor HS (‘08): 200 Back 2:17.91 10/31/09 Swalin graduated 50 Breast 32.06 10/9/10 from Inglemoor High 100 Breast 1:09.70 1/16/10 School in Kenmore, 200 Breast 2:25.57 11/20/08 100 IM 1:03.91 9/13/08 Wash., where she 200 IM 2:13.19 11/6/10 earned four letters 400 IM 4:28.74 2/23/11 in swimming. She played a large role in her team’s four consecutive state championships and was recognized as the 4A Washington State Swimmer of the Year as a senior. Swalin garnered All-America honors in the 200 Free, 500 Free, 200 Free Relay, and 400 Free Relay, earning the title of Iron Woman in 2007. She also qualified for the U.S. Junior Nationals in the 400 IM and the Short Course Nationals in the 500 Free and 400 IM. Outside of the pool, Swalin was a four-year member of the National Honor Society and was an Academic All-America selection in 2007. Personal: Swalin was born in Seattle, Wash., and is the daughter of Kent Swalin and Mary Lou Hill. She has one sister, Jenna. Swalin is majoring in development and culture change.

Elena Walterman Senior Free/Fly Framingham, Mass. Framingham HS Junior (2010-11): Walterman was a Second Team AllMPSF honoree in the 100 Fly and finished seventh in the same event (55.93) at the 2011 MPSF Championships. She placed first in the 100 Fly (58.28) and the 200 Fly (2:08.37) in the Tigers’ win over Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30 before touching the wall first in the same two events in the Quad Meet Nov. 6. Walterman also came in first in the 200 Fly (2:09.54) against UC Davis on Jan. 14 and the 100 Fly (58.73) in the Tri Meet on Jan. 22. Sophomore (2009Walterman’s Top Times 10): At the 2010 Big Event Time Date West Championships, 50 Free 25.54 11/20/08 Walterman finished 100 Free 55.21 11/6/10 second in the 200 Fly 200 Free 1:55.25 1/14/10 500 Free 5:07.92 2/17/10 (2:02.30), fifth in the 50 Fly 27.07 10/9/10 100 Fly (55.80), and 100 Fly 55.31 2/25/09 13th in the 500 Free 200 Fly 2:02.30 2/17/10 (5:07.92). She was also 100 IM 1:09.15 10/9/10 a member of the 800 200 IM 2:10.84 2/25/09 Free Relay (7:29.49),

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Women’s Profiles 400 Free Relay (3:31.63), and 400 Medley Relay (3:47.92) teams that finished third, fourth, and fourth, respectively. Walterman had a pair of first-place finishes in the 100 Fly (58.52) and the 200 Fly (2:06.35) at the Tri Meet on Nov. 21. She came in first in the 100 Fly (57.91) and second in the 200 Fly (2:05.81) versus Stanford on Jan. 9. In all, she took first Senior Elena Walterman place in the two Fly events six times. Showing her versatility, she claimed first place in the 200 Free against Fresno State on Jan. 14, clocking in at 1:55.25. She did the same versus UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 30. Freshman (2008-09): Walterman finished fifth in the 100 Fly (55.31), ninth in the 200 Fly (2:04.59), and 17th in the 200 IM (2:10.84) at the 2009 Big West Championships. She was also a member of the thirdplace 400 Medley Relay (3:36.61) team. Walterman had her breakout meet against UC Davis on Jan. 24, winning the 100 Fly (57.45) and finishing second in the 200 Fly (2:07.14). She followed that with wins in the same events against Cal Poly on Feb. 6, this time with times of 57.33 and 2:05.58. Framingham HS (‘08): Walterman prepped at Framingham High School in Framingham, Mass. She led her team to numerous top-three finishes in the New England Senior Championships, claiming an individual title in the 100 Fly in 2006. Walterman was named to the National Top 16 list as well as the New England Top 10 list. She swam for the Shawmut Aquatic Club under coaches Matthew Craven and Susan Trainer. Personal: Walterman was born in Plano, Texas, and is the daughter of Michael Walterman and Nora Scharf. She has an older brother, Thomas, and a twin brother, Maxwell, both of whom swim. Walterman lists surfing, snowboarding, and traveling as her hobbies. She is pursuing a degree in sports medicine.

touching first in the 100 Fly (58.64) at the Tri Meet on Oct. 29, first in the 1000 Free (10:41.86) versus Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30, and first in the 200 Fly (2:07.59) at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22. She further impressed with a runner-up performance against Stanford in the 100 Fly (1:00.88) on Jan. 8. Freshman (2009-10): Chaplin finished eighth in the 1000 Free (10:30.06), 11th in the 500 Free (5:04.32), and 12th in the 200 Fly (2:09.05) at the 2010 Big West Championships. She took home a pair of Chaplin’s Top Times first-place finishes Event Time Date against Seattle U on 50 Free 26.00 1/8/11 100 Free 54.86 11/6/11 Oct. 30, winning the 200 Free 1:57.25 10/9/10 1000 Free (10:43.78) 500 Free 5:02.29 2/23/11 and the 500 Free 1000 Free 10:30.06 2/17/10 (5:17.16). She followed 1650 Free 17:55.85 10/16/09 that up with a top 50 Fly 27.01 10/9/10 finish in the 1000 Free 100 Fly 56.97 2/23/11 (10:58.39) against Cal 200 Fly 2:05.24 2/23/11 State Bakersfield on Oct. 31. International: Chaplin claimed the 800 Free title in the 40th Annual RBC Bahamas National Championships in June of 2010. She swam in an incredible 15 events during the four-day meet. Chaplin also participated in the Central American and Caribbean Swimming Championships from June 25, 2010, to July 3, 2010, in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. In that meet, she took second in both the 400 Free (4:37.02) and the 200 Fly (2:25.04). She also claimed fourth in both the 200 Free (2:12.58) and the 100 Fly (1:05.37). Chaplin swam the first leg for the 800 Free Relay team that claimed first place. St. Andrew’s HS (‘09): Chaplin attended Saint Andrew’s School in Nassau, Bahamas. She swam and ran track for the Hurricanes. Personal: Chaplin was born in Nassau, Bahamas, and is the daughter of Ken and Sheila Chaplin. She has an older brother, Kai. Chaplin is majoring in studio art and psychology, and lists her hobbies as traveling, sailing, and scuba diving.

Jenna Chaplin Junior Free/Fly Nassau, Bahamas St. Andrew’s School Sophomore (2010-11): Chaplin was recognized as an All-MPSF Academic selection. A solid outing at the 2011 MPSF Championships saw her place 10th in the 200 Fly (2:05.24), 14th in the 100 Fly (57.12), and 18th in the 500 Free (5:02.29). She was also a member of the championship’s sixth-place 800 Free Relay team. Chaplin earned a trio of first-place finishes on the year, PacificTigers.com

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Women’s Profiles Mallory McGowan Junior Breast Colusa, Calif. Colusa HS Sophomore (2010-11): McGowan was recognized as an All-MPSF Academic selection. She finished 12th in the 100 Breast (1:04.46) and 18th in the 200 Breast (2:23.62) at the 2011 MPSF Championships, and was also a part of the championship’s fifthplace 200 Medley Relay (1:44.12) and eighthplace 400 Medley Relay (3:50.56) teams. One of Pacific’s most consistent swimmers, McGowan placed in the top five in the 100 Breast in all but one meet and in the top five in the 200 Breast in Junior Mallory McGowan all but two. First-place finishes in the 200 Breast (2:24.49) against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30, the 100 Breast (1:05.57) at the Quad Meet on Nov. 6, the 200 Breast (2:26.66) versus Stanford on Jan. 8, and both Breast events (1:05.37, 2:23.83) at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22 highlighted her breakout season. Freshman (2009-10): At the 2010 Big West Championships, McGowan came in sixth in the 100 Breast (1:04.98), 12th in the 200 Breast (2:22.37), and 19th in the 200 IM (2:09.01). She was also a member of the 200 Free Relay (1:36.62) and 400 Medley Relay (3:47.92) teams that each finished fourth. McGowan had an impressive freshman season, earning at least one top-five finish in each regular season meet. Top finishes in the 200 Breast (2:27.90) versus Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 31 and the 100 Breast (1:06.92) against Denver on Jan. 7 highlighted McGowan’s freshman campaign. She would claim five more firstplace finishes on the year. Colusa HS (‘09): McGowan graduated from Colusa High School in Colusa, Calif., where she set McGowan’s Top Times the section record for Event Time Date the 100 Breast (1:04.17) 50 Free 25.98 11/7/09 as a senior. She also 100 Free 55.78 1/29/11 had a top time in the 200 Free 1:58.22 1/14/10 200 Free (1:55.15). 500 Free 5:22.71 1/23/10 McGowan earned all100 Back 1:08.43 10/16/09 50 Breast 31.21 10/9/10 league honors twice 100 Breast 1:04.44 2/23/11 and was an All-America 200 Breast 2:22.12 2/17/10 selection in the 100 200 IM 2:09.01 2/17/10 Breast. She also played 400 IM 4:53.53 10/10/09 soccer and ran track.

McGowan led her school’s soccer team to two Northern Section championships on the way to earning Offensive MVP honors. Personal: McGowan was born in Woodland, Calif., and is the daughter of Ellen and Jim McGowan. She has one younger sister, Hannah. McGowan is majoring in sports medicine and enjoys camping, riding bikes, watching movies, and spending time with family and friends.

Allie Vetterlein Junior Fly/IM Seattle, Wash. J.F.K. Catholic Memorial HS Sophomore (2010-11): Vetterlein was recognized as an All-MPSF Academic selection. At the 2011 MPSF Championships, she placed 13th in the 100 Fly (56.89), 14th in the 200 Fly (2:05.96), and 15th in the 200 IM (2:06.70). Vetterlein was also a member of the championship’s fifth-place 200 Medley Relay (1:44.12) and eighth-place 400 Medley Relay (3:50.56) teams. A pair of first-place times in the 100 Fly (59.85) and 200 IM (2:11.96) came against Stanford on Jan. 8. She claimed second in the 200 Fly (2:08.58) at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, and came in third a trio of times during the year. Freshman (2009-10): Vetterlein placed 11th in both the 100 Fly (57.69) and 200 Fly (2:08.22) and 21st Vetterlein’s Top Times in the 200 IM (2:11.50) Event Time Date at the 2010 Big West 50 Free 26.33 10/16/09 Championships. She 100 Free 55.47 10/15/10 finished second in 200 Free 2:00.50 1/30/10 50 Back 29.97 10/9/10 the 100 Fly versus 100 Back 1:01.18 11/6/10 California on Oct. 10, 200 Back 2:12.44 1/14/10 clocking in at 1:00.89. 100 Breast 1:11.61 10/15/10 Vetterlein claimed 100 Fly 56.89 2/23/11 second place in the 200 200 Fly 2:05.96 2/23/11 Fly (2:17.33) against 100 IM 1:02.31 10/9/10 Cal State Bakersfield on 200 IM 2:06.00 2/23/11 Oct. 31, and took third 400 IM 4:45.25 10/16/09 in the 100 Fly (1:01.75) against Stanford on Jan. 9. A time of 2:11.59 was good enough for second in the 200 IM versus San Jose State on Jan. 23. J.F.K. Catholic Memorial HS (‘09): Vetterlein prepped at John F. Kennedy Catholic Memorial High School in Burien, Wash., where she earned four letters in swimming. She was her team’s captain as a senior, and earned MVP and All-America honors. Vetterlein was also a First Team All-State selection. Personal: Vetterlein was born in Seattle, Wash., and is the daughter of Malcolm and Lisa Vetterlein She has a twin sister, Nikki, who swims at West Virginia. Vetterlein is a business major and enjoys hanging out with friends.

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Women’s Profiles Laurie White Junior Free/IM Jacksonville, Fla. The Bolles School Sophomore (2010-11): White finished 28th in the 1650 Free at the 2011 MPSF Championships with a time of 18:05.70. A third-place time in the 400 IM (4:47.22) highlighted her performance against UC Davis on Jan. 14, while a second-place finish in the 1650 Free (18:15.51) helped the Tigers defeat Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30. Freshman (2009-10): The 2010 Big West Championships saw White take 13th in the 400 IM (4:44.44), 14th in the 200 Fly (2:17.95), and 15th in the 1000 Free (10:52.52). She earned third place in the 1000 Free against Seattle U on Oct. 30, touching the wall at 10:54.16. She also claimed third in the 400 IM (4:53.97) versus Denver on Jan. 17. The Bolles School (‘09): White attended Junior Laurie White The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Fla., where she earned four letters in swimming. She won the 3K Jacksonville Hammerhead Ocean Marathons as a senior, and finished third at regionals and 10th at state in the 500 Free as a junior. As a sophomore, White place second in districts and fourth in regionals in the 500 Free. She also White’s Top Times lettered once in diving. Event Time Date 1650 Free 18:05.70 2/23/11 Personal: White was 100 Fly 1:04.15 10/16/09 born in Doylestown, 200 Fly 2:16.54 2/17/10 Pa., and is the daughter 400 IM 4:42.62 2/17/10 of Robin and Richard White. She has one older sister, Robin. White is an Asian studies major and lists her hobbies as skateboarding, surfing, fishing, and shopping.

the 200 Medley Relay (1:44.12), 200 Free Relay (1:35.69), and 400 Medley Relay (3:50.56) teams that finished fifth, seventh, and eighth, respectively. Wyant claimed the top time in the 100 Back (1:00.00) at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, and helped the Tigers defeat Cal State Bakersfield with a pair of fourth-place finishes in the 100 Back (1:02.06) and 50 Free (25.64) on Oct.30. Freshman (2009-10): Wyant finished ninth in the 200 Back (2:11.17) and 12th in both the 100 Fly (58.82) and 100 Back Junior Becca Wyant (58.94) at the 2010 Big West Championships. She touched the wall first in the 50 Free (25.71) against Seattle U on Oct. 30. In the Tri Meet on Nov. 21, Wyant was clocked at 25.66 in the 50 Free, good for first place. Redmond HS (‘09): Wyant graduated from Redmond High School in Redmond, Wash. Her team’s captain Wyant’s Top Times and MVP as a senior, Event Time Date she placed fourth at 50 Free 24.26 2/17/10 state in the 100 Fly and 100 Free 58.25 2/6/10 200 Free 2:08.42 10/16/09 seventh in the 100 Back. 50 Back 26.64 2/23/11 Wyant finished 12th at 100 Back 58.94 2/17/10 state in the 50 Free as a 200 Back 2:11.17 2/17/10 sophomore. 100 Fly 58.82 2/17/10 Personal: Wyant was 200 Fly 2:16.39 1/17/10 200 IM 2:16.22 1/23/10 born in Redmond, Wash., and is the daughter of Ellen and Greg Wyant. She has an older sister, Elle, and an older brother, Gregory. Wyant is majoring in theater arts and graphic design, and enjoys playwriting, acting, and photography.

Shelby Bolin Sophomore Free/Back Blue Springs, Mo. Blue Springs HS

Becca Wyant Junior Fly/Back Redmond, Wash. Redmond HS Sophomore (2010-11): Wyant was recognized as an All-MPSF Academic selection. At the 2011 MPSF Championships, she placed 23rd in both the 100 Fly (59.10) and 100 Back (1.00.71) and was a member of PacificTigers.com

Freshman (2010-11): Bolin earned Second Team AllMPSF honors in the 200 Back, placing seventh in the same event (2:04.97), and 15th in the 100 Back (58.48), at the 2011 MPSF Championships. Bolin finished first in the 200 Back (2:09.41) at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22. She came in second in the 100 Back (1:00.85) versus UC Davis on Jan. 14 and at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22.

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Women’s Profiles Blue Springs HS (‘10): Bolin’s Top Times Bolin prepped at Blue Event Time Date Springs High School in 50 Free 26.55 1/22/11 Blue Springs, Mo. She was 200 Free 1:59.11 11/6/10 an All-America selection 500 Free 5:11.16 2/23/11 in 2007, 2008, and 2009. 50 Back 28.11 2/23/11 Outside of the pool, Bolin 100 Back 57.77 2/23/11 200 Back 2:03.34 2/23/11 was a member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Bolin was born in Blue Springs, Mo., and is the daughter of Steve and Connie Bolin. She has an older brother, Zach. Bolin is majoring in sports medicine and enjoys reading in her spare time. Sophomore Shelby Bolin

Bo Cameron Sophomore Free/Back Weymouth, England Plymouth College Freshman (2010-11): Cameron experienced her breakout meet at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, where she finished second in the 200 Free (1:55.39) and 200 Back (2:15.29) and fifth in the 50 Free (25.71). Third-place times in the 100 Back (1:00.65) at the Tri Meet on Oct. 29, the 100 Free (54.72) versus Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30, and the 200 Back (2:11.17) against UC Davis on Jan. 14 further highlighted her season. Plymouth College (‘10): Cameron graduated from Plymouth College in Plymouth, England. Personal: Cameron Cameron’s Top Times was born in Durban, Event Time Date South Africa, and is the 50 Free 25.37 11/6/10 daughter of Gina Oakley. 100 Free 54.31 11/6/10 She has an older brother, 200 Free 1:53.25 2/23/11 Nick. A business major, 50 Back 29.21 10/15/10 Cameron enjoys dancing 100 Back 58.47 2/23/11 during her free time. 200 Back 2:09.59 2/23/11

MaryElla Randall Sophomore Free Walnut Creek, Calif. College Park HS Freshman (2010-11): Randall earned Second Team All-MPSF honors in the 50 Free after a stellar first season at Pacific. At the 2011 MPSF Championships, she finished fourth in the 50 Free (22.99) and 15th in the 100 Free (52.26) and was a member of the championship’s fifthplace 200 Medley Relay (1:44.12), seventh-place 200 Free Relay (1:35.69) and 400 Free Relay (3:29.67), and eighthplace 400 Medley Relay Sophomore MaryElla Randall (3:50.56) teams. Randall had an eye-opening first season for the Orange and Black, finishing second in both the 50 Free (24.32) and 100 Free (53.11) at the Tri Meet on Oct. 29 before winning the 50 Free the following day against Cal State Bakersfield with a time of 24.24. She also claimed the top spot in the 50 Free at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, clocking in at 24.36. All told, she finished second in the 50 Free at three different meets. College Park HS (‘10): Randall attended College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, Calif., where she earned three letters in swimming. She was named the Diablo Valley Athletic League MVP in 2010 Personal: Randall Randall’s Top Times was born in Walnut Creek, Calif., and is the Event Time Date 50 Free 22.99 2/23/11 daughter of Matthew 100 Free 51.96 2/23/11 and Diane Randall. She 200 Free 1:55.52 2/23/11 has a younger brother, 100 Back 1:04.16 10/15/10 Montana. Randall is pursuing a degree in education and enjoys listening to music, hanging out with friends, and art.

Lydia Schramm Sophomore Free/Fly Edmonton, Alberta, Canada W.P. Wagner HS Freshman (2010-11): Schramm finished 21st in the 1650 Free at the 2011 MPSF Championships, clocking in at 17:43.60. A third-place time in the 500 Free (5:27.82)

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Women’s Profiles came versus Stanford on Jan 8. Schramm Event Time Date had a pair of top-five 100 Free 57.55 1/22/11 finishes in the 1000 200 Free 2:02.56 1/22/11 Free (10:58.69) and the 500 Free 5:08.40 2/23/11 500 Free (5:26.57) to 1000 Free 10:54.20 1/14/11 help the Tigers defeat 1650 Free 17:43.60 2/23/11 50 Fly 29.64 10/9/10 Cal State Bakersfield on 100 Fly 1:06.93 10/9/10 Oct. 30. 200 Fly 2:12.93 2/23/11 W.P. Wagner HS (‘10): 400 IM 5:06.37 10/15/10 Schramm graduated from W.P. Wagner High School in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Personal: Schramm was born in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and is the daughter of John Schramm and Cheryl Wall. She has one older brother, Alex. Schramm’s Top Times

Hayley Shillington Sophomore Free/Back Thousand Oaks, Calif. Oaks Christian HS Freshman (2010-11): Shillington placed 13th in the 200 Back (2:04.30), 14th in the 500 Free (5:03.49), and 18th in the 200 Free (1:53.24) at the 2011 MPSF Championships to conclude an impressive first year for the Orange and Black. She was also a part of the 800 Free Relay (7:33.39), 200 Free Relay (1:35.69), and 400 Free Relay (3:29.67) teams that finished sixth, seventh, and seventh at the championships, respectively. Shillington opened the year with second-place times in the 200 Free (1:55.04) and 500 Free (5:05.56) at the Pacific Invite on Oct. 15 and 16 before winning the 200 Free Sophomore Hayley Shillington (1:55.75) and the 200 Back (2:08.18) against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30. She finished first in the 200 Back (2:08.61) in the Quad Meet on Nov. 6 and first in the 500 Free (5:04.31) at both the Tri Meet on Jan. Shillington’s Top Times 22 and against UC Santa Event Time Date Barbara on Jan. 29. 50 Free 25.48 10/15/10 Oaks Christian HS (‘10): 100 Free 54.05 10/15/10 Shillington graduated 200 Free 1:53.24 2/23/11 from Oaks Christian 500 Free 5:02.17 2/23/11 High School in Westlake 200 Back 2:04.30 2/23/11 100 Fly 1:02.98 10/9/10 Village, Calif. She was 100 IM 1:06.16 10/9/10 named the Tri-Valley 200 IM 2:15.40 10/30/10 League Swimmer of the PacificTigers.com

Year as a junior and senior, and was an all-county selection from 2008 to 2010. An All-America honoree as a junior, Shillington was also her team’s MVP from 2008 to 2010. Personal: Shillington was born in Thousand Oaks, Calif. and is the daughter of Sandra and Todd Shillington. A sport management major, she lists her hobbies as going to the beach and hanging out with friends.

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Sophomore Free/Back Cape Town, South Africa Parel Vallei HS Freshman (2010-11): Van Konynenburg earned a pair of top-five finishes in the 100 Back (1:02.76) and the 50 Free (25.66) in Pacific’s win against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30. She finished fourth in the 100 Back (1:01.94) versus Stanford on Jan. 8 and fourth in the 100 Free (56.68) at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22. Parel Vallei HS (‘10): Van Konynenburg’s Top Times Van Konynenburg Event Time Date attended Parel Vallei 50 Free 24.95 2/23/11 High School in Cape 100 Free 54.15 2/23/11 Town, South Africa. 200 Free 1:59.72 10/15/10 Van Personal: 100 Back 59.92 2/23/11 Konynenburg was born in Cape Town, South Africa, and is the daughter of Bernard and Karin Van Konynenburg. She has a younger sister, Stacey. Van Konynenburg is pursing a degree in business and enjoys hanging out with friends and listening to music.

Dekel Shahaf RS Freshman Fly/Back/IM Modi’in, Israel Mor HS Freshman (2010-11): Shahaf redshirted her first season at Pacific. Mor HS (‘10): Shahaf graduated from Mor High School in Reut, Israel. Personal: Shahaf was born in Jerusalem, Israel, and is the daughter of Harel and Shlumif Shahaf. She has three brothers, Yahav-At, Rom, and Dvir, and one sister, Ramon. Shahaf is pursuing a degree in engineering management.

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Women’s Profiles older sister, Lindsey. Crowder will pursue a degree in sports medicine with the goal of becoming a doctor.

Lauren Bugglin Junior Fly/Back Moraga, Calif. Santa Rosa JC

Nicole Hau

Santa Rosa JC (2009-11): Bugglin spent two seasons at Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, Calif. She was her team’s MVP in 2011, and was twice voted an all-conference and All-America selection. Campolindo HS (‘09): Bugglin prepped at Campolindo High School in Moraga, Calif. Personal: Bugglin has one sister, Adrienne. She will major in communication with the goal of working in public relations.

Karen Barboza Freshman Fly/Back Chula Vista, Calif. Otay Ranch HS

Freshman Free/Fly Temple City, Calif. Temple City HS Temple City HS (‘11): Hau attended Temple City High School in Temple City, Calif. She earned four letters in swimming and was her team’s captain for three years. Academically, Hau earned Scholastic All-America honors and was a member of the California Scholarship Federation. Personal: Hau was born in Pasadena, Calif., and is the daugher of Hong and Josephine Hau. She has a younger sister, Bethany. Hau will pursue a degree in prepharmacy with the goal of becoming a pharmacist. She enjoys making ceramics in her free time.

Sydni Johanson

Otay Ranch HS (‘11): Barboza graduated from Otay Ranch High School in Chula Vista, Calif. Personal: Barboza is the daughter of Humberto Barboza and Ana Sosa. She has two brothers, Victor and Humberto, Jr. Braboza will major in political science with the goal of going to law school.

Kelsey Boreyko Freshman Free/IM San Diego, Calif. Home School Home School (‘11): Boreyko was home schooled. Personal: Boreyko was born in San Diego, Calif., and has one younger sister, Micaela. She is pursuing a degree in business management.

Freshman Free Holladay, Utah Skyline HS Skyline HS (‘11): Johanson prepped at Skyline High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she earned four letters in swimming for the Eagles. She was a two-time individual state champion and four-time relay state champion. Johanson received Academic All-America honors from USA Swimming, and was member of the National Honor Society. She also ran track. Personal: Johanson was born in Redondo Beach, Calif., and is the daughter of Dave and Traci Johanson. She was two younger sisters, Britni and Carli. In her free time, Johanson enjoys waterkskiing. She plans to major in economics with the goal of becoming a financial planner.

Shannon Mack

Kelsey Crowder

Freshman Breast/IM Mission Viejo, Calif. Santa Margarita HS

Freshman Back/IM Seattle, Wash. Decatur HS Decatur HS (‘11): Crowder graduated from Decatur High School in Federal Way, Wash. A member of the Gators’ swimming program, she was her team’s MVP as both a junior and senior. Crowder was also a member of the National Honor Society and the French Honor Society. Personal: Crowder was born in Seattle, Wash., and is the daughter of Alan and Debbie Crowder. She has one

Santa Margarita HS (‘11): Mack graduated from Santa Margarita Catholic High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. In her time as an Eagle, Mack was named the her team’s Outstanding Swimmer as a freshman and sophomore. She was given the Most Inspirational award as a junior and the Coaches’ Award as a senior. Academically, Mack earned an International Baccalaureate certificate. She swam for both the Coto Coyote and Mission Viejo Nadadores club programs.

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Women’s Profiles Personal: Mack was born in Palmdale, Calif., and is the daughter of David and Mary Mack. She has two younger siblings, Taryn and Sean. Mack lists her hobbies as dancing, art, and writing. She will pursue a degree in communication with the career goal of becoming a journalist.

Annie Sumioka Freshman Free/Back Corona, Calif. Centennial HS Centennial HS (‘11): Sumioka prepped at Centennial High School in Corona, Calif. A four-year letterwinner for the Huskies, she was her team’s MVP each season and captained her team for three seasons. Her recordsetting 100 Back time earned Sumioka All-America recognition. Personal: Sumioka was born in Huntington Beach, Calif., and is the daughter of Mona and Tony Sumioka. Her hobbies include cooking, dancing, and doing yoga. Sumioka is majoring in sports medicine with the goal of becoming an athletic or personal trainer.

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2010-11 Women’s Season Review Date 10/15 10/16 10/29 10/30 11/6 1/8 1/14 1/22 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/23-26

2010-11 Schedule & Results Opponent Location Result 1 Pacific Invite Kjeldsen Pool 3rd of 4 Pacific Invite1 Kjeldsen Pool 3rd of 4 Nevada2 Kjeldsen Pool W, 156-106 UC Davis2 Kjeldsen Pool L, 144-112 at Cal State Bakersfield Bakersfield, Calif. W, 165-115 Seattle U3 Kjeldsen Pool W, 160-99 Loyola Marymount3 Kjeldsen Pool W, 152-107 Cal State Bakersfield3 Kjeldsen Pool W, 170-89 at Stanford Stanford, Calif. L, 143-105 at UC Davis Davis, Calif. L, 184-105 Fresno Pacific4 Kjeldsen Pool W, 178-80 4 UC Santa Cruz Kjeldsen Pool W, 183-73 at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Calif. L, 240-54 at UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, Calif. L, 219-60 MPSF Championships Long Beach, Calif. 7th of 9

Home meets in bold. 1 - Pacific Invite (BYU, Washington State, Fresno State) 2 - Tri Meet 3 - Quad Meet 4 - Tri Meet

Women’s Team Lays Groundwork For Bright Future The 2010-11 season saw the Pacific women’s swimming program transition from the Big West into the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation for the conference’s inaugural swimming and diving campaign. The Tigers welcomed Washington State, BYU, and Fresno State to Kjeldsen Pool for the seasonopening Pacific Invitational. Despite finishing third, numerous individual swimmers highlighted the Tigers’ weekend. Jayme Swalin notched a fifth-place finish in the 1650 Free and a 10th-place finish in the 400 IM. Day Two saw another solid performance, including a second-place finish by freshman Hayley Shillington in the 500 Free. Shillington would go on to earn MPSF Swimmer of the Week honors for her performance in the meet A tri meet with UC Davis and Nevada saw the Tigers finish second to the Aggies but defeat the Wolfpack 156-106. A solo match-up with MPSF member Cal State Bakersfield followed, as Pacific dominated the Roadrunners 165-115 behind a first-place time from the 200 Medley team as well as individual wins in the 1000 Free, 200 Fly, and 50 Free, among others.

In their lone quad meet of the year, the Orange and Black came out on top, beating MPSF foes Seattle U, Loyola Marymount, and Cal State Bakersfield in impressive fashion, improving their record to 5-1 (4-0 MPSF). Top spots in numerous events, highlighted by Shillington’s 200 Back, MaryElla Randall’s 100 Free, and Allie Vetterlein’s 200 IM finishes, put the Tigers over the top. After a pair of losses, the team rebounded with a rout of both Fresno Pacific and UC Santa Cruz in a home tri-meet thanks to firstplace performances from Swalin (1650 Free), Mallory McGowan (100 Breast and 200 Breast), Shillington (200 Free and 500 Free), and Randall (50 Free and 100 Free). Pacific finished the regular season at 7-4 (4-2 MPSF) heading into the first-ever MPSF Swimming and Diving Championships. Solid individual performances from Swalin (3rd in 1650 Free, 7th in 500 Free) and Randall (4th in 50 Free), along with a fifth-place finish in the 200 Medley relay and a sixth-place time in the 800 Free relay resulted in a seventh-place team finish in the nine-team tournament.

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2011 MPSF Championship Results February 23-26, 2011 Long Beach, Calif. Finish School Points 1 UC Davis 726 2 UC Santa Barbara 629 3 Cal Poly 614 4 San Diego 408 5 Loyola Marymount 317 6 Northern Colorado 247 7 Pacific 232 8 Seattle U 201 9 Cal State Bakersfield 200 2011 All-MPSF Selections First Team Name Event Time Jayme Swalin 1650 Free 17:01.90 Second Team Name Event Time Jayme Swalin 500 Free 4:58.33 MaryElla Randall 50 Free 22.99 Elena Walterman 100 Fly 55.93 Shelby Bolin 200 Back 2:04.97 2011 MPSF All-Academic Selections Name Year Jenna Chaplin Jr. Allie Vetterlein So. Ellen Barton Sr. Mallory McGowan Jr. Becca Wyant So.

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2010-11 Women’s Top Times 50 Free MaryElla Randall Becca Wyant Shannon Van Konynenburg Bo Cameron Hayley Shillington 100 Free MaryElla Randall Hayley Shillington Shannon Van Konynenburg Bo Cameron Jenna Chaplin 200 Free Jayme Swalin Hayley Shillington Bo Cameron MaryElla Randall 500 Free Jayme Swalin Hayley Shillington Jenna Chaplin Lydia Schramm Katie McBride 1000 Free Jayme Swalin Katie McBride Jenna Chaplin Lydia Schramm Laurie White 1650 Free Jayme Swalin Katie McBride Lydia Schramm Laurie White Jenna Chaplin 100 Breast Mallory McGowan Zoe Coles Lia Santini Callie Decker 200 Breast Mallory McGowan Zoe Coles Callie Decker Lia Santini Jayme Swalin 100 Fly Elena Walterman Allie Vetterlein Jenna Chaplin Megan Machynia Becca Wyant 200 Fly Jenna Chaplin Allie Vetterlein Elena Walterman Lydia Schramm PacificTigers.com

Time 22.99 24.50 24.95 25.37 25.48 Time 51.96 54.05 54.15 54.31 54.86 Time 1:51.49 1:53.24 1:53.25 1:55.52 Time 4:58.33 5:02.17 5:02.29 5:08.40 5:09.48 Time 10:26.69 10:33.22 10:41.86 10:54.20 10:57.42 Time 17:01.90 17:38.32 17:43.60 18:05.70 18:10.98 Time 1:04.44 1:06.51 1:07.33 1:09.35 Time 2:24.24 2:26.19 2:28.27 2:28.52 2:31.75 Time 55.57 56.89 56.97 58.83 58.96 Time 2:05.12 2:05.96 2:06.72 2:12.93

Date 2/24/11 1/22/11 10/15/10 11/6/10 10/15/10 Date 2/26/11 10/15/10 2/24/10 11/6/10 11/6/10 Date 2/23/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 Date 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 Date 11/6/10 1/29/11 10/30/10 1/14/11 1/29/11 Date 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/23/11 10/15/10 Date 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/24/11 11/6/10 Date 2/25/11 2/26/11 11/6/10 2/26/11 10/15/10 Date 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 Date 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11

100 Back Time Date Shelby Bolin 57.77 2/25/11 Bo Cameron 58.47 2/25/11 Becca Wyant 59.62 2/25/11 Shannon Van Konynenburg 59.92 2/25/11 Allie Vetterlein 1:01.18 11/6/10 200 Back Time Date Shelby Bolin 2:03.34 2/26/11 Hayley Shillington 2:04.30 2/26/11 Bo Cameron 2:09.59 2/26/11 Amanda Schlenker 2:10.37 2/26/11 Allie Vetterlein 2:12.47 1/22/11 400 IM Time Date Jayme Swalin 4:28.74 2/25/11 Lia Santini 4:42.58 2/25/11 Laurie White 4:46.07 2/25/11 200 IM Time Date Allie Vetterlein 2:06.00 2/24/11 Jayme Swalin 2:10.64 2/24/11 Mallory McGowan 2:13.19 11/6/10 Zoe Coles 2:13.67 2/24/11 200 Medley Relay Time Date Wyant, McGowan, Vetterlein, Randall 1:44.12 2/23/11 Wyant, McGowan, Walterman, Randall 1:48.50 11/6/10 Wyant, McGowan, Walterman, Randall 1:48.54 1/14/11 400 Medley Relay Time Date Wyant, McGowan, Vetterlein, Randall 3:50.56 2/24/11 Cameron, McGowan, Walterman, Randall 4:00.07 1/22/11 Bolin, Coles, Chaplin, Shillington 4:03.69 1/22/11 400 Free Relay Time Date Randall, Shillington, Cameron, Swalin 3:29.67 2/26/11 Shillington, Cameron, Bolin, Randall 3:37.57 10/15/10 Cameron, Van Konynenburg, Vetterlein, Randall 3:37.92 10/30/10 200 Free Relay Time Date Randall, Shillington, Swalin, Wyant 1:35.69 2/25/11 Randall, Van Konynenburg, Shillington, Wyant 1:39.91 1/22/11 Van Konynenburg, Swalin, Wyant, Randall 1:40.48 10/15/10 800 Free Relay Time Date Swalin, Chaplin, Cameron, Shillington 7:33.39 2/23/11 Shillington, Cameron, Bolin, Swalin 7:52.39 10/15/10 Randall, Schramm, Vetterlein, Schlenker 8:05.46 10/15/10

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2011-12 Men’s Season Preview Tiger Men Return 20, Look To Improve In Challenging MPSF 20 Letterwinners Return As Pacific Looks To Remain Strong In Expanded MPSF As former assistant coach Gus Barrios transitions into his new role as Interim Head Coach, Pacific’s men’s swim team will rely on its 20 returning letterwinners for leadership and stability to ensure that the Tigers remain focused on improving in an expanded Mountain Pacific Sports Federation. “The conference expanded from three members to eight in the offseason,” Barrios noted. “Our goal is to finish in the top half at the league championships.” Pacific welcomes back six seniors for their final years of collegiate competition. Captaining this year’s squad is Kevin Byers, one of only two four-year swimmers on the team. The Orange and Black return all six of their First Team All-MPSF selections from last year, including reigning 200 Back champion sophomore Oliver Simkovic. While the Tigers are blessed to have so many swimmers returning, the nine-man incoming class is expected to turn some heads. Brandon Chandler, Cooper Rogers, and Casey Fleming will be looked upon to contribute right from the start. “We want to improve our NCAA times from last season,” Barrios continued. “I expect our relay teams to earn qualification times and for Oliver to return to the Senior Nate LeRoy

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championships, as well.” Freestyle The Tigers return the core of their freestyle relay squads in junior Kevin Schirmer and sophomores Taylor Moore and Adam Sharp. Junior Zach Zlotoff was a First Team All-MPSF pick in both the 500 Free and the 1650 Free. Joining him on the first team was classmate Sean Dunnigan in the 1650 Free. Freshmen Rogers and Fleming are expected to give the Tigers depth in the individual freestyle events. Backstroke Simkovic is the Tigers’ top returner in the Back events. He claimed the 200 Back title at the MPSF Championships, setting a conference record in the process. He earned First Team All-MPSF honors in the event. Fleming and Rogers will swim backstroke, as well. Breast Pacific has plenty of depth in the Breast events, led by top returner Nate LeRoy. Schirmer, along with senior Roger Ward, junior Jonathan Alves, and sophomore DJ Schilling, will also contribute. LeRoy, Schirmer, and Ward were all First Team All-MPSF selections in the Breast last year. Freshman Cameron Franke is expected to bolster the Tigers’ breastroke group. Butterfly A trio of returners has the 23

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Tigers looking solid in the Fly events. Byers, Schirmer, and sophomore Dai Wilson will look to have big seasons in the two events. Sophomore RJ Barton was a Second Team All-MPSF pick in the Fly last season. Individual Medley Simkovic also paces the Orange and Black in the IM events. He was a First Team All-MPSF selection in both the 200 IM and 400 IM last season. LeRoy and Ward will add experience to the IM group while Byers swam an NCAA qualifying time over the summer. Junior RJ Barton brings added depth to the group. The offseason saw the MPSF expand from three members to eight, adding powerhouses Air Force, BYU, Hawai’i, and UNLV to the mix, along with North Dakota and Wyoming. Cal State Bakersfield will look to defend its MPSF team title. “The conference added teams that are perennial top-25 teams,” Barrios said. “We’re excited about competing against these schools and look forward to the challenge.” A large number of returners, along with exciting newcomers, have the Tigers’ men’s swim team ready to make huge strides this season.


2011-12 Men’s Roster Name Jonathan Alves David Banks RJ Barton Cody Burkard Kevin Byers Jason Carnes Brandon Chandler Robby Cunha Sean Dunnigan Balazs Erdelyi Casey Fleming Cameron Franke Kieffer Holmes Mason Kinnard Nathan LeRoy Taylor Moore Chris Pallios Hans Peters Jeff Peters Bart Platow Jack Pope Brandon Presswood Cooper Rogers DJ Schilling Kevin Schirmer Adam Sharp Oliver Simkovic Roger Ward Dai Wilson Zachary Zlotoff

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

Ht. Events 6-1 Free/Breast 6-4 Breast 6-1 Fly/IM 6-0 Breast/IM 6-0 Fly/Back/IM 6-2 Free 5-9 Free 6-0 Free/Fly 5-10 Fly/IM 6-5 Free/Fly 6-7 Free/Back 6-1 Breast 5-8 Free/Fly 5-10 Free/Back 5-10 Breast/IM 6-3 Free 5-9 Free 6-1 Free 5-10 Free/Breast/IM 5-11 Free 6-1 Free 6-0 Free/Back 6-0 Back 5-11 Breast/IM 6-4 Free/Breast/Fly 6-2 Free 6-1 Back/IM 6-1 IM 6-1 Fly 6-0 Free/IM

Hometown/Last School Davenport, Iowa/Bettendorf HS Sebastopol, Calif./Santa Rosa JC Modesto, Calif./Thomas Downey HS Mequon, Wisc./Homestead HS Puyallup, Wash./Bellarmine Prep HS Menifee, Calif./Murrieta Valley HS Livermore, Calif./Granada HS Granite Bay, Calif./Granite Bay HS Bel Aire, Md./C. Milton HS Eger, Hungary/Neumann Janos Secondary San Jose, Calif./Valley Christian HS Davis, Calif./Davis HS Chico, Calif./Santa Rosa JC Concord, Calif./Ygnacio Valley HS Arlington Heights, Ill./Delta College Sacramento, Calif./Jesuit HS Modesto, Calif./Modesto HS Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley HS San Jose, Calif./Archbishop Mitty HS Westport, Conn./Fairfield Prep HS Lahaina, Hawaii/Lahainaluna HS Yuba City, Calif./Yuba City HS Perth, Western Australia/Wesley College The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands HS Danville, Calif./San Ramon Valley HS St. Louis, Mo./Ladue Horton Watkins HS Vienna, Austria/Wasagasse Gymnasium San Leandro, Calif./Diablo Valley JC Zomba, Malawi/Glenwood HS San Jose, Calif./Pioneer HS

2011-12 Men’s Swim Team - Front row (L to R), Graduate Assistant Coach KC Albiston, Nate LeRoy, Mason Kinnard, Kieffer Holmes, Bart Platow, Chris Pallios, Jeff Peters, Robby Cunha, and Cody Burkard. Second row (L to R), Zachary Zlotoff, Cooper Rogers, Jonathan Alves, Jack Pope, Sean Dunnigan, Brandon Presswood, Jason Carnes, and Brandon Chandler. Third row (L to R), Oliver Simkovic, Dai Wilson, Cameron Franke, Adam Sharp, Kevin Byers, and Interim Head Coach Gus Barrios. Top row (L to R), RJ Barton, David Banks, Taylor Moore, Kevin Schirmer, Hans Peters, DJ Schilling, Roger Ward, and Casey Fleming. 24

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Men’s Profiles David Banks Senior Breast Sebastopol, Calif. Santa Rosa JC Junior (2010-11): Banks took third place in the 200 Breast at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, touching the wall at 2:14.87. He finished fourth in the same event against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 29 with a time of 2:17.82. Santa Rosa JC (2008Banks’s Top Times 10): Banks attended Santa Rosa Junior Event Time Date 50 Free 22.27 2/23/11 College in Santa Rosa, 50 Breast 28.87 10/9/10 Calif. He was a two100 Breast 59.59 2/23/11 time All-America 200 Breast 2:09.54 2/23/11 selection in the Breast 200 IM 2:10.14 11/6/10 for the Bear Cubs. Analy HS (‘08): Banks graduated from Analy High School in Sebastopol, Calif. Personal: Banks was born in Sebastopol, Calif., and is the son of Beverly Banks. He has an older sister, Brandy. Banks is pursuing a degree in international affairs and commerce.

Kevin Byers Senior Fly/Back/IM Puyallup, Wash. Bellarmine Prep HS Junior (2010-11): Byers was recognized as an MPSF All-Academic selection and finished eighth in the 200 Back at the 2011 MPSF Championships with a time of 1:52.78. Byers claimed fifth place in the 400 IM at the Pacific Invite on Oct. 15, clocking in at 4:16.86. He had three top-five finishes versus Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 30, placing fifth in the 100 Back (56.76), 200 Back (2:01.37), and 200 IM (2:03.76). Byers swam the 400 IM in 4:20.98 against Stanford on Jan. 8, good for third. Against Cal Poly on Jan. 28, he claimed fourth in the 200 Back with a time of 2:00.20. Byers followed that with a third-place finish in the 200 IM (1:59.45) and a fourth-place finish in the 100 Fly (53.19) Byers’s Top Times against UC Santa Event Time Date Barbara on Jan. 29. 100 Free 49.93 10/17/08 200 Free 1:52.14 10/15/10 Sophomore (200950 Back 23.48 2/23/11 10): Byers closed his 100 Back 50.82 2/23/11 sophomore season 200 Back 1:50.04 2/25/09 finishing fifth in the 100 Breast 1:03.24 10/16/09 400 IM (4:00.43), 100 Fly 49.94 2/23/11 eighth in the 200 Back 200 Fly 2:02.46 2/6/09 100 IM 56.51 9/13/08 (1:51.22), and ninth in 200 IM 1:52.11 2/25/09 the 200 IM (1:52.19) 400 IM 4:00.06 2/25/09 at the 2010 Big West PacificTigers.com

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Championships. He was also part of relay teams that took fourth in both the 800 Free Relay and 400 Medley Relay and fifth in the 200 Medley Relay. Byers finished second in the 400 IM (4:13.12) at the Pacific Invite on Oct. 16. A third-place finish in the 200 IM (1:58.69) and a second-place finish in the 100 Back (53.55) highlighted his meet against Seattle U on Oct. 30. Byers had a stellar meet versus Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 31, recording three runner-up finishes, touching second in the 100 Back (54.91), the 200 Back (1:58.80), and the 200 IM (2:02.64). He claimed first place in the 400 IM against Denver on Nov. 7, clocking in at 4:14.37. He would finish second in the 200 Back (1:49.42) in the same meet. Versus UC Davis on Jan. 16, Byers took third in the 200 IM with a time of 2:03.98. He followed that with a trio of top-five finishes against UC Santa Barbara, earning second in the 200 Back (1:56.30), third in the 200 IM (2:00.43), and fifth in the 100 Back (54.15). Freshman (2008-09): Byers capped a stellar freshman season with three top-12 finishes at the 2009 Big West Championships. He claimed fifth in the 200 Back (1:50.04), 10th in the 400 IM (4:00.06), and 12th in the 200 IM (1:52.11). Byers had his breakout meet against Fresno State on Nov. 1, earning second-place finishes in both the 200 Back (1:59.01) and the 200 IM (2:00.36). He claimed another runner-up finish in the 100 Breast against Stanford on Jan. 10, touching the wall at 1:05.44. Byers continued to open eyes in his first season, taking second in the 400 IM (4:13.02) versus UC Davis on Jan. 24, before recording three top-five finishes against Cal Poly on Feb. 6, touching second in both the 200 Back (1:58.85) and the 200 IM (1:58.49), as well as fourth in the 200 Fly (2:02.46). Byers clocked in at 1:57.02 in the 200 Back and 2:00.02 in the 200 IM versus UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 7, good for second and third place, respectively. Bellarmine Prep HS (‘08): Byers attended Bellarmine Prepatory High School in Tacoma, Wash. As a member of the King Aquatic Club, his best times as a junior national qualifier were 4:03.31 in the 400 IM, 1:55.43 in the 200 IM, 1:52.98 in the 200 Back, 53.21 in the 100 Back, and 1:45.21 in the 200 Free. Personal: Byers was born in San Francisco, Calif., and is the son of Scott and Kathleen Byers. He has two

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Kieffer Holmes Senior Free/Fly Chico, Calif. Santa Rosa JC Junior (2010-11): Holmes swam a solid meet against Cal Poly on Jan. 28, finishing second in the 100 Fly (53.27) and fourth in the 200 Fly (2:00.09). Holmes claimed fifth place in the 200 Fly against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 29, touching the wall at 2:02.64. Santa Rosa JC (2008-10): Holmes attended Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, Calif. He was a Holmes’s Top Times two-time All-America Event Time Date honoree in the Fly for 50 Free 23.12 10/15/10 the Bear Cubs. 100 Free 49.98 1/29/11 100 Back 1:01.38 10/15/10 Chico HS (‘08): Holmes graduated from Chico High School in Chico, Calif., where he earned three letters in swimming and two letters in basketball. Personal: Holmes was born in Chico, Calif., and is the son of Carol Denning and Larry Holmes. He has three brothers, Rex, Casey, and Jesse, and one sister, Nina. Holmes is majoring in business finance and enjoys playing basketball in his free time.

finish in the 200 Breast (2:11.38) in the same meet. Sophomore (2009-10): LeRoy had an impressive first season for the Tigers, finishing sixth in both the 400 IM (4:01.99) and the 200 Breast (2:03.54) and 11th in the 100 Breast (57.31) at the 2010 Big West Championships. He was also a member of the 400 Medley Relay team that finished fourth. LeRoy earned second place in the 200 Breast against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 30 with a time of 2:09.17. He claimed fourth in the 200 IM at the same meet, touching the wall at 2:01.23 San Joaquin Delta JC (2008-09): LeRoy attended San Joaquin Delta Junior College in Stockton, Calif. Navy (2007-08): LeRoy spent his freshman year at the Naval Academy, where he both swam and played water polo. As a First Team All-Patriot League selection, he finished third in the 200 Breast, fifth in the 200 IM, and sixth in the 100 Breast at the conference championships. In water polo, LeRoy tallied two goals in six matches as Navy finished third at the NCAA Tournament. Loyola Academy HS (‘07): LeRoy prepped at Loyola Academy in Wilmette, Ill., where he earned four letters in both swimming and water polo. In 2007, he was named his water polo team’s MVP in addition to being named Rambler of the Year in swimming. Personal: LeRoy was born in Chicago, Ill., and is the son of Dawn LeRoy. He is pursuing a degree in political science. Senior Nathan LeRoy

Nathan LeRoy Senior Breast/IM Arlington Heights, Ill. San Joaquin Delta JC Junior (2010-11): LeRoy was a First Team All-MPSF honoree in the 200 Breast and a Second Team selection in the 400 IM and the 100 Breast. He swam his way to a second-place finish in the 200 Breast at the 2011 MPSF Championships with a time of 2:03.14. LeRoy had a strong opening to the season, finishing second in the 100 Breast (59.68) at the Pacific Invite on Oct. 15. He followed that with a pair of third-place finishes in the Tri Meet on Oct. 30, clocking in at 59.90 in the 100 Breast and 2:11.04 in the 200 Breast. He had a runnerup showing in the 200 Breast (2:09.24) in LeRoy’s Top Times the Tri Meet on Nov. Event Time Date 6 before claiming his 500 Free 4:46.56 10/15/10 50 Breast 27.44 10/9/10 first event win of the 100 Breast 56.88 2/23/11 season at the Tri Meet 200 Breast 2:03.14 2/23/11 on Jan. 22, winning 100 IM 55.15 10/9/10 the 100 Breast with a 200 IM 1:59.53 11/6/10 time of 59.66. LeRoy 400 IM 4:00.18 2/23/11 had a second-place

Jack Pope Senior Free Lahaina, Hawaii Lahainaluna HS Junior (2010-11): Pope played a role in Pacific’s win in the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, swimming as part of the thirdplace 200 Free Relay and fifth-place 400 Medley Relay teams. Sophomore (2009-10): Pope took 13th place in the 1000 Free (9:51.19), 14th in the 1650 Free (16:51.51), and 16th in the 500 Free (4:39.90) at the 2010 Big West

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Men’s Profiles Championships. Against Denver on Nov. 7, he placed fourth in the 50 Free and fifth in the 100 Free with times of 22.81 and 49.76, respectively. Freshman (200809): Pope capped his freshman season with a 13th-place finish in the 1000 Free (9:47.84), a 16th-place finish in the 500 Free (4:43.73), and a 17th-place finish in the 200 Free (1:43.73) at the 2009 Big West Championships. He had a fifth-place finish in the 1650 Free at the Pacific Invitational on Oct. 17, touching the wall at 17:35.43. Lahainaluna HS (‘08): Pope’s Top Times Pope graduated from Lahainaluna High Event Time Date 50 Free 22.59 1/22/11 School in Hawaii, 100 Free 48.04 2/25/09 where he lettered in 200 Free 1:43.73 2/25/09 swimming. The Lunas 500 Free 4:39.90 2/17/10 were three-time state 1000 Free 9:47.84 2/25/09 champions from 2006 1650 Free 16:51.51 2/17/10 to 2008, and Pope won 200 Back 2:09.42 11/8/08 the 200 and 500 Free 50 Fly 24.77 10/9/10 races for his school. Personal: Pope was born in Lahaina, Hawaii, and is the son of John and Paula Pope. He has one sister, Laura. Pope is majoring in English and hopes to earn a credential in the future to teach English. Senior Jack Pope

Diablo Valley JC (2008-10): Ward attended Diablo Valley Junior College in Pleasant Hill, Calif., where he swam for the Vikings. He earned his team’s Coaches’ Award in 2009 and the Outstanding Performance Award in 2010. Campolindo HS (‘08): Ward prepped at Campolindo High School in Moraga, Calif., where he swam for the Cougars. Personal: Ward was born in San Leandro, Calif., and is the son of Andrew and Deborah Ward. He has two younger sisters, Andrea and Emily. Ward is pursuing a degree in geology and enjoys spending his free time hiking, listening to music, and hanging out with friends. Senior Roger Ward

Jonathan Alves Junior Free/Breast Davenport, Iowa Bettendorf HS

Roger Ward Senior IM San Leandro, Calif. Diablo Valley JC Junior (2010-11): Ward earned First Team All-MPSF honors in the 200 Breast and Second Team honors in the 200 IM. He claimed third place in the 200 Breast at the 2011 MPSF Championships, clocking in at 2:04.93. Ward took third in the 200 IM (1:59.92), fourth in the 100 Breast (1:02.23), and fifth in the 200 Breast (2:13.64) in the Tri Meet on Oct. 30. He finished second in the 400 IM against Stanford on Jan. 8, touching the wall at 4:16.48. Ward had his best meet of the season in the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, earning first place in the 200 Breast (2:09.56), Ward’s Top Times second place in the 100 Breast (59.79), and Event Time Date 200 Free 1:49.26 1/8/11 third place in the 400 100 Breast 58.39 2/23/11 IM (4:11.08). He won 200 Breast 2:04.93 2/23/11 the 200 IM against Cal 200 IM 1:51.91 2/23/11 Poly on Jan. 28 with a 400 IM 4:11.08 1/22/11 time of 1:57.12. PacificTigers.com

Sophomore (2010-11): In the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, Alves took third in the 100 Breast with a time of 1:00.71. He finished fourth in the same event versus Cal Poly on Jan. 28, this time touching the wall at 1:00.79. Freshman (200910): At the 2010 Big Alves’s Top Times West Championships, Event Time Date 50 Free 21.70 2/17/10 Alves finished 17th in 100 Free 49.47 11/6/10 the 100 Breast (58.33) 200 Free 1:56.48 10/16/09 and 18th in the 200 50 Breast 27.81 10/9/10 Breast (2:11.99). In his 100 Breast 58.33 2/17/10 first collegiate meet 200 Breast 2:11.99 2/17/10 against California on 100 Fly 57.96 11/21/09 Oct. 10, he took third 200 IM 2:12.06 10/16/09 in the 100 Breast and second in the 200 Breast with times of 1:00.81 and 2:17.87, respectively. He did the same thing in the Tri Meet on Nov. 21, this time clocking in at 1:01.68 in the 100 Breast and 2:15.53 in the 200 Breast. Bettendorf HS (‘09): Alves graduated from Bettendorf

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RJ Barton Junior Fly/IM Modesto, Calif. Thomas Downey HS Sophomore (2010-11): Barton was a Second Team All-MPSF selection in the 200 IM and the 200 Fly. He was also recognized as an MPSF All-Academic honoree. He placed sixth in the 200 Fly at the 2011 MPSF Championships, touching the wall at 1:53.31. He finished third in the 100 Fly against Stanford on Jan. 8, clocking in at 54.50. Against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 29, Barton claimed second in the 200 Fly (1:59.03) and fifth in the 200 IM (2:00.50). Freshman (2009-10): Barton finished his first season at Pacific with an eighth-place finish in the 200 Fly (1:55.91), a 10th-place finish in the 200 IM (1:53.74), and an 11th-place finish in the 400 IM (4:06.06) at the 2010 Big West Championships. He was also a member of the 800 Free Relay team that took fourth. Barton opened his season placing third in the 200 Breast against California on Oct. 10, touching the wall at 2:24.77. He won the 400 IM in 4:24.57 versus Stanford on Jan. 9 and claimed a pair of event titles against UC Davis on Jan. 16, winning the 200 Fly (1:58.87) and the 200 IM (1:57.25). A time of 1:59.35 in the 200 IM was good for second against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 30. Thomas Downey HS (‘09): Barton prepped at Thomas Downey High School in Modesto, Calif., where he earned four letters in swimming and one in water polo. He was a scholastic All-America selection all four years and Junior RJ Barton

earned All-America honors in swimming Event Time Date as a senior. Barton 50 Free 22.68 1/8/11 is also a lifetime 100 Free 49.72 10/15/10 member of the 200 Free 1:49.31 10/30/09 California Scholarship 100 Breast 1:05.90 10/16/09 200 Breast 2:24.77 10/10/09 Federation. 50 Fly 25.44 10/9/10 Personal: Barton was 100 Fly 54.50 1/8/11 born in Modesto, 200 Fly 1:52.58 2/23/11 Calif., and is the son 100 IM 59.29 10/9/10 of James and Paula 200 IM 1:52.73 2/23/11 400 IM 4:06.06 2/17/10 Barton. He has an older sister, Ellen, who is a member of Pacific’s women’s swim team. In his spare time, Barton enjoys going to concerts, hanging with friends, playing airsoft, and staying physically active. He is pursuing a degree in civil engineering. Barton’s Top Times

Sean Dunnigan Junior Fly/IM Bel Air, Md. C. Milton Wright HS Sophomore (2010-11): Dunnigan was a First Team All-MPSF selection in the 1650 Free and earned MPSF All-Academic recognition. At the 2011 MPSF Championships, he impressed with a third-place finish in the 1650 Free (16:08.42) and a seventh-place finish in the 200 Fly (1:53.64). Dunnigan finished third in the 200 Fly at the Quad Meet on Nov. 6, touching the wall at 1:59.02. Against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 29, he earned a pair of third-place finishes, clocking in at 10:11.06 in the 1000 Free and 2:02.08 in the 200 Fly. Freshman (2009-10): Dunnigan took seventh in the 200 Fly (1:54.01), 10th in the 400 IM (4:03.35), Dunnigan’s Top Times and 11th in the 1650 Event Time Date Free (16:15.23) at 200 Free 1:50.30 10/15/10 the 2010 Big West 500 Free 4:55.45 11/6/10 1000 Free 10:11.06 1/29/11 Championships. 1650 Free 16:08.42 2/23/11 Dunnigan won the 100 Fly 55.59 10/9/10 400 IM against 200 Fly 1:53.64 2/23/11 California on Oct. 100 IM 58.25 10/9/10 10 with a time of 200 IM 2:03.22 11/6/10 4:24.77. He took 400 IM 4:03.35 2/17/10 third in the 200 IM (2:06.24) against Cal State Bakersfield on Oct. 31, then followed that up with a runner-up finish in the 400 IM (4:22.11) and a thirdplace finish in the 200 Fly (2:02.92) versus Denver on Nov. 7. A time of 4:29.68 in the 400 IM was good for third against Stanford on Jan. 9. C. Milton Wright HS (‘09): Dunnigan graduated from C. Milton Wright High School in Bel Air, Md. Personal: Dunnigan was born in Baltimore, Md., and is the son of John and Therese Dunnigan. He has two

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Kevin Schirmer Junior Free/Breast/Fly Danville, Calif. San Ramon Valley HS Sophomore (2010-11): Schirmer was a First Team AllMPSF selection in the 100 Breast and a Second Team selection in the 50 Free and the 100 Free. At the 2011 MPSF Championships, he placed fourth in the 100 Free (45.31). He was also a member of the second-place 400 Free Relay team. He opened his sophomore season with a second-place finish in the 50 Free at the Pacific Invite on Oct. 15, clocking in at 21.27. He won the same event at the Tri Meet on Oct. 30, this time in 21.45. Schirmer also finished second in the 100 Free (47.29) at the same meet. He claimed another event title, also the 50 Free, in the Quad Meet on Nov. 6 with a time of 21.30. Schirmer finished second in the 50 Free Junior Kevin Schirmer and the 100 Free in both the Quad Meet on Jan. 22 and against Cal Poly on Jan. 29, and was the runner-up in the 100 Fly (52.43) versus UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 29. Freshman (2009-10): Schirmer finished 12th in the 50 Free (21.16), 14th in the 100 Breast (57.92), and 15th in the 100 Free (47.11) at the 2010 Big West Championships. He was also a member of the 200 Free Relay and 400 Free Relay teams that placed fourth and fifth, respectively. Schirmer had his breakout meet against Seattle U on Oct. 30, taking third in both the 50 Free (21.95) and the 100 Free (48.72) and fifth in the 100 Breast (1:02.57). He claimed second and third in the 50 Free (22.37) and 100 Free (49.02), respectively, against Denver on Nov. 7. San Ramon Valley Schirmer’s Top Times HS (‘09): Schirmer Event Time Date graduated from San 50 Free 20.67 2/23/11 Ramon Valley High 100 Free 45.31 2/23/11 School in Danville, 200 Free 1:52.16 10/16/09 Calif., where he 100 Breast 56.03 2/23/11 earned four letters in 200 Breast 2:25.51 10/10/09 swimming and two in 100 Fly 52.43 1/29/11 PacificTigers.com

water polo. He earned All-America honors in swimming as a junior and senior. Personal: Schirmer was born in Sam Ramon, Calif., and is the son of Keith and Zoe Schirmer. He has an older sister, Melissa. Schirmer is majoring in engineering and enjoys surfing.

Zachary Zlotoff Junior Free/IM San Jose, Calif. Pioneer HS Sophomore (2010-11): Zlotoff was a First Team AllMPSF selection in the 500 Free and the 1650 Free. He was also a member of the MPSF All-Academic Team. Zlotoff took second place in the 1650 Zlotoff’s Top Times Free at the 2011 MPSF Event Time Date Championships, 50 Free 23.58 1/8/11 clocking in at 100 Free 54.69 10/16/09 16:03.97. Zlotoff 200 Free 1:43.59 2/23/11 500 Free 4:33.35 2/23/11 claimed a pair of 1000 Free 9:39.14 2/17/10 first-place finishes in 1650 Free 16:03.97 2/23/11 the Tri Meet on Oct. 50 Back 29.45 10/9/10 30, winning the 1000 200 Back 2:08.52 10/15/10 Free (9:44.34) and the 500 Free (4:41.32). He also won the 500 Free against Stanford on Jan. 8, touching the wall at 4:51.40. He finished second in both the 500 Free (4:45.21) and the 1000 Free (9:51.70) in the Quad Meet on Nov. 6. Freshman (2009-10): At the 2010 Big West Championships, Zlotoff swam his way to a 10th-place finish in the 1650 Free (16:12.13) and a 14th-place finish in the 500 Free (4:39.39). Zlotoff debuted with a second-place finish in the 500 Free (5:02.71) and a third-place finish in the 1000 Free (10:14.16) against California on Oct. 10. He finished second in the 1000 Free in three different meets. Zlotoff finished second in the 500 Free against Junior Zach Zlotoff UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 30 with a time of 4:46.22. Pioneer HS (‘09): Zlotoff prepped at Pioneer High School in San Jose, Calif., where he lettered in swimming. He was a USA Swimming Scholastic AllAmerica selection from 2007-09. Zlotoff was the Mount Hamilton Athletic League champion in the 500 Free as a junior and senior, and finished seventh in the 500 Free at the Central Coast 29


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Jason Carnes Sophomore Free Menifee, Calif. Murrieta Valley HS Freshman (2010-11): Carnes was a fixture for Pacific’s Free Relay teams during his freshman year. He opened his collegiate career with solid performances at the Pacific Invite on Oct. 15, placing 22nd in the 50 Free (23.02) and 42nd in the 100 Free (51.40). Murrieta Valley HS (‘10): Carnes graduated from Murrieta Valley High School in Murrieta, Calif. He was his school’s team MVP as a freshman and senior. Carnes also earned All-America honors as a junior and senior, and was the men’s team captain for the Carnes’s Top Times 2009-10 season. Event Time Date 50 Free 22.43 1/22/11 Personal: Carnes was 100 Free 49.46 1/22/11 born in Glendale, 200 Free 2:00.27 10/9/10 Calif., and is the 100 Fly 1:00.19 10/15/10 son of Mary and Chris Carnes. He has an older brother, Nick. Carnes is majoring in civil engineering and enjoys snowboarding in his free time.

Mason Kinnard Sophomore Free/Back Concord, Calif. Ygnacio Valley HS Freshman (2010-11): Kinnard was a Second Team AllMPSF selection in the 500 Free, the 200 Free, and the 100 Back. Kinnard swam his way to a runner-up finish in the 500 Free against Stanford on Jan. 8, Kinnard’s Top Times touching the wall at Event Time Date 4:54.90. He claimed 50 Free 23.55 10/15/10 third place in the 100 100 Free 47.61 2/23/11 200 Free 1:40.82 2/23/11 Back against Cal Poly 500 Free 4:34.74 2/23/11 on Jan. 28 with a time 50 Back 23.58 2/23/11 of 53.80. 100 Back 51.56 2/23/11 Ygnacio Valley 200 Back 2:01.94 1/29/11 HS (‘10): Kinnard 100 IM 58.79 10/9/10 attended Ygnacio Valley High School in Concord, Calif., where he earned four letters in both swimming and water polo. He was an All-League selection each year as a swimmer

Junior Mason Kinnard

and holds his school’s 100 Back record. Kinnard also earned All-League honors in water polo as a junior and senior. Personal: Kinnard was born in Walnut Creek, Calif., and is the son of Tammie Marhall and Rob Kinnard. He has two brothers, Geoff and Adam, and three sisters, Kerri, Sierra, and Mandy. Kinnard is pursuing a degree in sports medicine.

Taylor Moore Sophomore Free Sacramento, Calif. Jesuit HS Freshman (2010-11): Moore took seventh in the 100 Free at the 2011 MPSF Championships with a time of 45.67. He was also a member of the runner-up 400 Free Relay team. He had his best showing against Moore’s Top Times UC Santa Barbara on Event Time Date Jan. 29, taking third 50 Free 21.04 2/23/11 in the 100 Free with 100 Free 45.67 2/23/11 200 Free 1:41.51 2/23/11 a time of 48.94. He finished fourth in the 50 Free (21.87) in the Tri Meet on Jan. 22 and fourth in the 100 Free (48.46) against Cal Poly on Jan. 28. Jesuit HS (‘10): Moore attented Jesuit High School in Carmichael, Calif., where he earned three letters in both swimming and water polo. He was named the Marauders’ Outstanding Swimmer of the Year as a senior in addition to receiving All-America recognition. Personal: Moore was born in Thousand Oaks, Calif., and is the son of Shawn and Kori Moore. He has two siblings, Ashley and Thomseh. Moore is a business major and enjoys fishing in his free time.

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Men’s Profiles Hans Peters Sophomore Free Naperville, Ill. Neuqua Valley HS Freshman (2010-11): Peters opened his Pacific career with a fourth-place finish in the 200 Free at the Pacific Invite on Oct. 15, touching the wall at 1:43.74. He followed that with a runner-up showing in Peters’ Top Times the same event at the Tri Event Time Date Meet on Oct. 30 behind 50 Free 22.06 10/15/10 a time of 1:44.44. He 100 Free 47.28 10/9/10 200 Free 1:43.29 11/6/10 also finished fourth in 100 Fly 53.06 11/6/10 the 100 Fly (53.97) at 200 Fly 2:00.21 10/15/10 the same meet. Peters continued his hot start with a 1:43.29 time in the 200 Free at the Quad Meet on Nov. 6, good for second. He also claimed fourth in the 100 Fly (53.06). Neuqua Valley HS (‘10): Peters prepped at Neuqua Valley High School in Naperville, Ill., where he earned four letters in swimming. Personal: Peters was born in Hedel, Netherlands, and is the son of Toon and Wilma Peters. He has a younger brother, Frank. A sports medicine major, Peters enjoys spending time with friends and playing video games.

against UC Santa Platow’s Top Times Barbara on Jan. 29, Event Time Date placing third in the 50 Free 22.83 10/15/10 500 Free with a time 100 Free 50.24 1015/10 of 4:50.66. On the 200 Free 1:43.27 2/17/10 year, he earned two 500 Free 4:38.00 2/17/10 fourth-place finishes 1000 Free 9:34.87 2/17/10 1650 Free 16:04.78 2/17/10 in the 1000 Free and 200 Fly 2:03.39 11/21/09 one fourth place 400 IM 4:25.91 10/16/09 finish in both the 500 Free and 1650 Free. Fairfield Prep HS (‘10): Platow graduated from Fairfield Preparatory High School in Fairfield, Conn., where he earned four letters in swimming. He holds the school records in the 500 Free, the 200 Free Relay, and the 400 Free Relay. As a freshman, Platow helped his school win the Connecticut state championships. He earned All-State, All-Southern Connecticut Conference, and All-America honors as a junior and senior. Personal: Platow was born in Bronx, N.Y., and is the son of Bill and Maura Marden. He has two older brothers, Danny and Dave, both of whom swam for Pacific. Platow enjoys watching sports in his spare time, and is pursuing a degree in business.

DJ Schilling Sophomore Breast/IM The Woodlands, Texas The Woodlands HS

Junior Hans Peters

Bart Platow Sophomore Free Westport, Conn. Fairfield Prep HS Freshman (2010-11): Platow was a Second Team All-MPSF selection in the 1650 Free and finished his freshman season placing fourth in the 1650 Free (16:21.44) and 11th in the 200 Back (1:55.92) at the 2011 MPSF Championships. Platow had his best finish PacificTigers.com

Freshman (2010-11): Schilling earned Second Team All-MPSF honors in the 1650 Free and the 200 Breast. He took fifth in the 1650 Free (16:36.31) and sixth in the 200 Breast (2:10.71) at the 2011 Schilling’s Top Times MPSF Championships. Event Time Date He had his best meet 1000 Free 10:02.65 1/29/11 against UC Santa 1650 Free 16:36.31 2/23/11 50 Breast 28.93 10/9/10 Barbara on Jan. 29, 100 Breast 58.01 2/23/11 finishing second in 200 Breast 2:05.89 2/23/11 both the 1000 Free 100 IM 1:00.51 10/9/10 (10:02.65) and the 200 IM 2:04.54 10/15/10 200 Breast (2:10.38). 400 IM 4:26.50 1/22/11 Schilling also finished fifth in the 100 Breast at three different meets. The Woodlands HS (‘10): Schilling prepped at The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, Texas, where he earned four letters in swimming. He earned All-America honors from 2008-10 and All-State honors in 2007. Personal: Schilling was born in Denver, Colo., and is the son of Cindy and Doug Schilling. He has two older siblings, Brendan and Brianna. An environmental studies major, Schilling enjoys swimming, sleeping, and eating.

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Men’s Profiles Adam Sharp Sophomore Free St. Louis, Mo. Ladue Horton Watkins HS Freshman (2010-11): At the 2011 MPSF Championships, Sharp finished eighth in the 100 Free with a time of 46.25. He was also a part of the second-place 400 Free Relay team. A time of 48.85 was good for fifth in the 100 Free against Stanford on Jan. 8. He had a pair of fourth-place finishes in the 200 Free on the year, at the Tri Meet on Oct. 30 (1:47.01) and at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22 (1:47.18). Ladue Horton Watkins HS (‘10): Sharp attended Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis, Mo. Sophomore Adam Sharp Personal: Sharp was born in Mount Vernon, Ill., and is the son of Jill and Terry Sharp. He has two older brothers, Jordan and Kevin. During his free time, Sharp enjoys Sharp’s Top Times listening to music, sky Event Time Date diving, playing frisbee, 50 Free 21.15 2/23/11 and log rolling. He is 100 Free 46.25 2/23/11 200 Free 1:40.08 2/23/11 majoring in business 50 Back 28.48 10/9/10 arts and entertainment 100 Back 58.55 10/15/10 management.

Oliver Simkovic Sophomore Back/IM Vienna, Austria Wasagasse Gymnasium

(1:54.28), and fifth in the 100 Back (52.36). He finished first in both the 200 Back (1:53.71) and the 400 IM (4:06.31) at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22. Simkovic added second- and third-place finishes in the 100 Back, a third-place finish in the 200 Back, and a runner-up showing in the 200 IM to his first-year resume. Wasagasse Gymnasium (‘10): Simkovic prepped at Bundesgymnasium Wien IX Wasagasse in Vienna, Austria. In 2008, he finished fifth in the 200 Back at the European Junior Championships. Simkovic owns Slovakian junior records in both the 200 IM and the 400 IM. Personal: Simkovic was born in Vienna, Austria, and is the son of Ingrid and Juraj Simkovic. He has a younger brother. A business administration major with a concentration on finance, Simkovic lists his hobbies as listening to music and skiing.

Dai Wilson Sophomore Fly Zomba, Malawi Glenwood HS Freshman (2010-11): Wilson had an impressive showing against Stanford on Jan. 8, winning the 100 Fly (53.02) and taking fifth in the 200 Fly (2:00.40). At the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, Wilson earned a pair of thirdplace finishes, clocking in at 52.71 in the 100 Fly and 1:58.36 in the 200 Fly. Wilson’s Top Times Glenwood HS (‘10): Event Time Date Wilson graduated 50 Free 22.67 2/23/11 from Glenwood High 100 Free 50.69 10/15/10 School in Durban, 50 Fly 24.88 10/9/10 South Africa. 100 Fly 50.66 2/23/11 International: Wilson 200 Fly 1:53.18 2/23/11 is currently Malawi’s record holder in the 100 Free, the 200 Free, the 50 Back, the 100 Back, the 200 Back, the 50 Fly, the 100 Fly, the 200 Fly, and the 200 IM. Personal: Wilson was born in Zomba, Malawi, and is the son of John and Fumiyo Wilson. He has an older sister, Helen. Wilson is majoring in geology and enjoys fishing in his free time. Sophomore Dai Wilson

Freshman (2010-11): Simkovic had a stellar first season at Pacific, earning First Team All-MPSF honors in the 200 IM, the 400 IM, and the 200 Back. He won the 200 Back title at the 2011 MPSF Championships in a record time of 1:46.51. Joining the Tigers midway through Simkovic’s Top Times the season, Simkovic Event Time Date opened his collegiate 50 Back 25.20 1/8/11 career against Stanford 100 Back 52.37 1/22/11 on Jan. 8, taking first 200 Back 1:46.51 2/23/11 200 IM 1:50.32 2/23/11 in the 400 IM (4:15.53), 400 IM 3:54.66 2/23/11 fourth in the 200 Back 32

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Men’s Profiles Personal: Cunha was born in Carmichael, Calif., and is the son of Paul and Carol Cunha. He has one older sister, Catherine. Cunha will pursue a degree in engineering.

Cody Burkard Freshman Breast/IM Mequon, Wisc. Homestead HS

Balazs Erdelyi

Homestead HS (‘11): Burkard prepped at Homestead High School in Mequon, Wisc., where he earned four letters in swimming. He was an All-America selection in the 200 IM as a senior with a personal record of 1:54.13. He also set a record in the 100 Breast with a time of 57.74. Burkard finished third at the state meet in the 100 Breast and fourth in the 200 IM. He was his team’s MVP in both 2009 and 2011, and captained his team as a senior. Personal: Burkard was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and is the son of Alan and Lauri Burkard. He has an older sister, Jessica, and a younger sister, Samantha. Burkard’s hobbies include swimming, ultimate frisbee, and disc golf. He will pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.

Brandon Chandler Freshman Free Livermore, Calif. Granada HS Granada HS (‘11): Chandler prepped at Granada High School in Livermore, Calif., where he earned four letters in swimming. He was his team’s MVP as a senior, and was an All-America and All-League selection. Chandler holds the East Bay Athletic League record in the 200 IM. Academically, he was on the Principal’s Honor Roll and is a Lifetime Member of the California Scholarship Federation. Personal: Chandler was born in San Ramon, Calif., and is the son of Bob and Missy Chandler. He enjoys playing sports, watching ESPN, and playing video games. Chandler will major in sports management.

Robby Cunha Freshman Free/Fly Granite Bay, Calif. Granite Bay HS

RS Freshman Free/Fly Eger, Hungary Neumann Janos Secondary Freshman (2010-11): Erdelyi did not compete for Pacific’s swim team his first year at Pacific. As a member of the Tigers’ men’s water polo team, he was named the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Newcomer of the Year and was an All-America and AllAcademic selection. Neumann Janos Secondary (‘10): Erdelyi prepped at Neumann Janos Secondary and Boarding School in Eger, Hungary. Personal: Erdelyi was born in Eger, Hungary, and is the son of Gyorgy Erdelyi and Ildiko Kiraly. He has an older sister, Nikolett. Erdelyi was a three-time Hungarian Junior Champion in water polo from 2007-09. In 2007, he was a member of the European Junior Water Polo Championship team in Malta and was voted the Water Polo Player of the Future. Erdelyi has also been a member of the Hungarian Senior National Water Polo team since 2008. He is majoring in business.

Casey Fleming Freshman Free/Back San Jose, Calif. Valley Christian HS Valley Christian HS (‘11): Fleming graduated from Valley Christian High School in San Jose, Calif., where he earned letters in both swimming and water polo. Personal: Fleming was born in San Jose, Calif., and is the son of Matt and Arlene Fleming. He has two siblings, Shayne and Ashlyn. Fleming’s hobbies include eating and playing water polo. He will pursue a degree in sports medicine and hopes to work in a sportsrelated field.

Granite Bay HS (‘11): Cunha attended Granite Bay High School in Granite Bay, Calif. He led the Grizzlies to section championships in 2009 and 2011 as well as four consecutive league titles. Cunha served as his team’s captain and was voted Most Inspirational. He was also a First Team All-League selection in water polo.

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Men’s Profiles Cameron Franke

Brandon Presswood

Freshman Breast Davis, Calif. Davis HS

Freshman Free/Back Yuba City, Calif. Yuba City HS

Davis HS (‘11): Franke graduated from Davis High School in Davis, Calif. He led his team to a first-place finish at the San Joaquin sections and was tabbed as an All-America selection. Personal: Franke was born in Woodland, Calif., and is the son of Ken and Melissa Franke. He has an older sister, Allie, and two younger sisters, Clarissa and Isabella. Franke’s hobbies include swimming, sleeping, and eating. He is majoring in mechanical engineering.

Chris Pallios

Yuba City HS (‘11): Presswood graduated from Yuba City High School in Yuba City, Calif., where he swam and played basketball. He was his swim team’s MVP. Presswood was also the president of his school’s Interact Club. Personal: Presswood was born in Yuba City, Calif., and is the son of John and Kathy Presswood. He has three older sisters, Tamara, April, and Kristen, and one younger sister, Amanda. Presswood enjoys playing basketball in his free time and will major in engineering.

Freshman Free Modesto, Calif. Modesto HS

Cooper Rogers

Modesto HS (‘11): Pallios graduated from Modesto High School in Modesto, Calif., where he earned letters in both swimming and water polo. He was his swim team’s MVP as a sophomore, junior, and senior, and led his team to conference championships each of those years. Pallios was also an all-league selection in water polo as a junior. Personal: Pallios was born in Modesto, Calif., and is the son of John and Judy Pallios. He has two younger siblings, John and Gino. Pallios will pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.

Jeff Peters Freshman Free/Breast/IM San Jose, Calif. Archbishop Mitty HS

Freshman Back Perth, Western Australia Wesley College Wesley College (‘11): Rogers attended Wesley College in Perth, Western Australia, where he was a foursport athlete. As a swimmer, he was a Public Schools Association First Division selection each year and owns league records in the 50 Back and the 100 Back. Rogers also played water polo and Australian Rules Football, in which he was a First Team All-Division selection as a sophomore, junior, and senior. Personal: Rogers was born in Subiaco, Western Australia, and is the son of Jay and Sue Rogers. He has an older sister, Takara, and a younger sister, Miarka. Rogers will major in business and hopes to become a stock broker.

Archbishop Mitty HS (‘11): Peters attended Archbishop Mitty High School in San Jose, Calif. He earned four letters in swimming for the Monarchs and was a threetime MVP. Outside of high school, Peters was a member of the Santa Clara Swim Club. Personal: Peters is the son of John and Jill Peters and has an older brother, John, an older sister, Jenni, and a twin sister, Julia. Peters is pursuing a degree in sports medicine.

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2010-11 Men’s Season Review Date 10/15 10/16 10/30 11/6 1/8 1/22 1/28 1/29 2/23-26

2010-11 Schedule & Results Opponent Location Pacific Invite Kjeldsen Pool Pacific Invite Kjeldsen Pool at Cal State Bakersfield Bakersfield, Calif. Seattle U Kjeldsen Pool Cal State Bakersfield Kjeldsen Pool at Stanford Stanford, Calif. Fresno Pacific Kjeldsen Pool UC Santa Cruz Kjeldsen Pool at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Calif. at UC Santa Barbara Santa Barbara, Calif. MPSF Championships Long Beach, Calif.

Result 2nd of 4 3rd of 4 L, 172-90 W, 150-113 L, 159-104 L, 152-92 T, 131-131 W, 222-40 L, 204-76 L, 153-102 2nd of 3

Men’s Team Shows Growth In First Year Of MPSF With the termination of swimming and diving in the Big West Conference, Pacific’s men’s swim team, along with Cal State Bakersfield and Seattle U, joined the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation for the inaugural season during the 2010-11 academic year. The Tigers kicked off the season with the annual Alumni Meet and Pacific Invitational at Kjeldsen Pool. Pacific finished third at the Pacific Invite with 506.5 points. In the first tri-meet of the season against MPSF opponents, the Tigers defeated Seattle U, 150-112, while suffering a loss to Cal State Bakersfield, 159-104. Pacific ended the regular swim season on a high note when the Tigers tied Fresno Pacific, 131-131, and defeated UC Santa Cruz, 22240, on senior day to end the season 2-3-1 (1-2 MPSF). Following a non-conference loss at UC Santa Barbara, the Tigers headed to the inaugural MPSF Swimming and Diving Championships in Long Beach, Calif. Pacific took home second in the championships, finishing behind Cal State Bakersfield with 499 points. Fourteen swimmers earned all-conference honors at the end of the year, including five first team honorees. Nathan LeRoy and Roger Ward each earned awards in two different events. In addition to their athletic accomplishments, the Tigers placed eight swimmers on the all-academic PacificTigers.com

team. Zachary Zlotoff was recognized as the team’s Ironman Award recipient in recognition of his dedication, work ethic, and unselfish commitment to the team, which distinguished him amongst his male swimming peers. Earning the season’s Most Inspirational award was Kevin Schirmer, for promise and persistent hard work leading to extraordinary improvement. The Pacific Tiger award for the 2010-11 season was given to Danny Platow as the Pacific swimmer who exemplified the spirit, dedication, and competitive excellence of Pacific’s swimming program. David Hernandez was the recipient of the Renaissance award for his commitment to be successful in and out of the water at the highest level of sport and study.

2011 MPSF Championship Results February 23-26, 2011 Long Beach, Calif. Finish School Points 1 Cal State Bakersfield 647 2 Pacific 499 3 Seattle U 449 2011 All-MPSF Selections First Team Name Event Time Zach Zlotoff 500 Free 4:33.46 Oliver Simkovic 200 IM 1:50.32 Oliver Simkovic 400 IM 3:54.66 Kevin Schirmer 100 Breast 56.03 Zach Zlotoff 1650 Free 16:03.97 Sean Dunnigan 1650 Free 16:08.42 Oliver Simkovic 200 Back 1:46.51 Nate LeRoy 200 Breast 2:03.14 Roger Ward 200 Breast 2:04.93 Second Team Name Event Time Mason Kinnard 500 Free 4:34.74 Roger Ward 200 IM 1:51.91 RJ Barton 200 IM 1:53.28 Kevin Schirmer 50 Free 20.67 Steven Woods 50 Free 20.83 Nate LeRoy 400 IM 4:00.18 Mason Kinnard 200 Free 1:41.80 Nate LeRoy 100 Breast 57.20 Daniel Platow 100 Back 51.73 Mason Kinnard 100 Back 51.73 Bart Platow 1650 Free 16:21.44 Derek Shilling 1650 Free 16:36.31 Kevin Schirmer 100 Free 45.31 Steven Woods 100 Free 45.51 Derek Schilling 200 Breast 2:10.71 RJ Barton 200 Fly 1:53.31 2011 MPSF All-Academic Selections Name Year David Hernandez Sr. Zachary Zlotoff Jr. Kevin Byers Jr. Danny Platow Sr. RJ Barton So. Sean Dunnigan Jr. Chris Berg Sr. Tyler Hannis Sr.

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2010-11 Men’s Top Times 50 Free Kevin Schirmer Steven Woods Balazs Szabo Taylor Moore Adam Sharp 100 Free Kevin Schirmer Steven Woods Taylor Moore Adam Sharp Thomas Pearson 200 Free Adam Sharp Mason Kinnard Steven Woods Taylor Moore Thomas Pearson 500 Free Zachary Zlotoff Mason Kinnard Bart Platow Tyler Hannis Nathan LeRoy 1000 Free Zachary Zlotoff Bart Platow DJ Schilling Sean Dunnigan Scott Tyler 1650 Free Zachary Zlotoff Sean Dunnigan Bart Platow DJ Schilling 100 Breast Kevin Schirmer Nathan LeRoy DJ Schilling Roger Ward Jonathan Alves 200 Breast Nathan LeRoy Roger Ward DJ Schilling David Banks Jonathan Alves 100 Fly Kevin Byers Kieffer Holmes David Hernandez Dai Wilson Balazs Szabo 200 Fly RJ Barton Dai Wilson Sean Dunnigan David Hernandez

Time 20.67 20.73 20.91 21.04 21.15 Time 45.31 45.45 45.67 46.25 46.59 Time 1:40.80 1:40.82 1:41.04 1:41.51 1:42.83 Time 4:33.35 4:34.74 4:38.95 4:42.99 4:46.56 Time 9:44.34 9:56.66 10:02.65 10:11.06 10:11.15 Time 16:03.97 16:08.42 16:21.44 16:36.31 Time 56.03 56.88 58.01 58.39 59.52 Time 2:03.14 2:04.93 2:05.89 2:09.54 2:09.59 Time 49.94 50.31 50.53 50.66 50.90 Time 1:52.58 1:53.18 1:53.64 1:53.68

Date 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 Date 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 Date 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 Date 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 10/5/10 Date 10/30/10 11/6/10 1/29/11 1/29/11 10/30/10 Date 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 Date 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/19/11 Date 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/19/11 Date 2/25/11 2/19/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 Date 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11

100 Back Kevin Byers Danny Platow Mason Kinnard Oliver Simkovic Tyler Hannis 200 Back Oliver Simkovic Kevin Byers Tyler Hannis Danny Platow Chris Berg 400 IM Oliver Simkovic Nathan LeRoy Sean Dunnigan Roger Ward RJ Barton 200 IM Oliver Simkovic Roger Ward RJ Barton Danny Platow Kevin Byers 200 Medley Relay Kinnard, LeRoy, Schirmer, Woods Kinnard, Alves, Szabo, Schirmer Byers, LeRoy, Hernandez, Woods

Time 50.82 51.23 51.56 52.37 52.54 Time 1:46.51 1:52.23 1:55.11 1:55.92 1:56.95 Time 3:54.66 4:00.18 4:04.73 4:11.08 4:12.51 Time 1:50.32 1:51.91 1:52.73 1:54.17 1:54.71

Date 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 1/22/11 2/25/11 Date 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 2/26/11 1/28/11 Date 2/25/11 2/25/11 2/25/11 1/22/11 2/25/11 Date 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 2/24/11 3/6/11

Time

Date

1:31.24

2/23/11

1:36.22

1/28/11

1:36.83

10/15/10

400 Medley Relay Time Byers, LeRoy, Schirmer, Moore 3:23.04 Simkovic, LeRoy, Hernandez, Schirmer 3:31.12 Platow, Ward, Wilson, Moore 3:35.78 400 Free Relay Sharp, Moore, Woods, Schirmer Schirmer, Peters, Moore, Woods Schirmer, Moore, Woods, Peters 200 Free Relay Woods, Schirmer, Szabo, Moore Moore, Pearson, Schirmer, Sharp Woods, Alves, Moore, Hernandez 800 Free Relay Kinnard, Simkovic, Sharp, Woods Woods, Hannis, Kinnard, Peters Byers, Zlotoff, Moore, LeRoy

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Date 2/24/11 1/22/11 1/22/11

Time

Date

3:01.39

2/26/11

3:07.17

11/6/10

3:09.96

10/30/10

Time

Date

1:22.24

2/25/11

1:28.05

1/8/11

1:28.16

10/15/10

Time

Date

6:44.73

2/23/11

7:11.60

10/15/10

7:15.18

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Record Book Pacific All-Americans.................................................40 NCAA Appearances....................................................40 All-Time Women’s Top Times............................41-42 All-Time Men’s Top Times..................................43-44 All-Time Conference Champions.......................45-47 Pacific Coaching History...........................................48


Pacific All-Americans & NCAA Appearances Year 1971 1971 1975 1975 1977 1994 1995 2001 2001 2002 2002 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2003 2003 2004 2004 2004 2004

Pacific All-Americans Swimmer Rick Reeder Bill Archbold, Joe Dietrich, Rick Reeder, Randy Snider Kevin Drake Craig Schwartz Jana Bradenburg, Sanda Johnson, Nancy Norman, Ann Redig Liesl Kolbisen Bradley Schumacher Shannon Catalano Sarah Marshall Shannon Catalano Shannon Catalano, Lyndsay McNamee, Heidi Schmidt, Kris Willey Shannon Catalano, Sarah Marshall, Lyndsay McNamee, Heidi Schmidt Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Sarah Marshall, Heidi Schmidt Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Kristy Mathews, Kris Willey Shannon Catalano Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Lyndsay McNamee, Kris Willey Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Sara Marshall, Heidi Schmidt Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Sara Marshall, Heidi Schmidt Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Sarah Marshall, Lyndsay McNamee Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Lyndsay McNamee, Kris Willey Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Sarah Marshall, Kris Willey Shannon Catalano, Robin Errecart, Sarah Marshall, Kris Willey

800 Free Relay

800 Free Relay

400 Medley Relay 200 Medley Relay 200 Free Relay 800 Free Relay

400 Free Relay

Women’s NCAA Appearances Since 1998 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 Men’s NCAA Appearances Since 1998 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02 2002-03 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

200 Medley Relay 400 Medley Relay 200 Free Relay 800 Free Relay 200 Medley Relay 400 Medley Relay

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All-Time Women’s Top Times 50 Free Swimmer Jenny Lewis Lyndsay McNamee MaryElla Randall Liesl Kolbisen Heidi Schmidt Shannon Catalano Sam Caldwell Ericka Richards Jaqueline Moirao April Woo

1650 Free Time 22.46 22.90 22.99 23.21 23.35 23.42 23.46 23.54 23.67 23.79

Year 2009 2003 2011 1995 2002 2003 2008 2000 2005 2009

100 Free Swimmer Lyndsay McNamee Liesl Kolbisen Jenny Lewis Heidi Schmidt Ja-Neil Bragg Shannon Catalano Robin Errecart Ericka Richards

Time 49.94 49.97 50.20 50.83 51.12 51.16 51.16 51.17

Year 2003 1995 2009 2002 2006 2001 2001 1998

Swimmer Laura McDonald Jayme Swalin KC Albiston Rebecca Leino Katie Cartmell Jennifer Radecke Mary Ellis Emily Lowry Jenny Wickham

500 Free Time Year 4:48.23 2005 4:49.39 2002 4:50.95 2009 4:52.86 2005 4:54.87 2007 4:56.81 1994 4:57.50 2001 4:57.50 1992 4:58.09 2000 1000 Free Swimmer Laura McDonald Jayme Swalin Jennifer Radecke KC Albiston Ja-Neil Bragg Kristi Mathews Shannon Catalano Rebecca Leino Brooke Cashion

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Time 53.23 53.87 55.31 55.49 55.70 55.83 56.14 56.79 56.81

Year 2003 2001 2009 2007 2003 2005 1995 2001 2003

200 Fly Time Year 1:47.86 2001 1:48.43 2002 1:48.55 1995 1:49.14 2007 1:49.22 2004 1:50.05 2005 1:50.22 2003 1:51.10 2001

Swimmer Jennifer Radecke Robin Errecart Jayme Swalin Laura McDonald Brooke Cashion Jenny Wickham Marissa Taylor Christy Dalonzo Trista Thomas

Year 2006 2009 2010 1989 2003 2004 1990 2000 1994

100 Fly Swimmer Shannon Catalano Sarah Marshall Elena Walterman Kristin Okazaki Robin Errecart Ali Rowe Liesl Kolbisen Tara Barrett Jennifer Radecke

200 Free Swimmer Shannon Catalano Robin Errecart Liesl Kolbisen Ja-Neil Bragg Lyndsay McNamee Jennifer Radecke Heidi Schmidt Marissa Taylor

Time 16:24.87 16:47.60 16:54.97 16:55.27 16:56.72 16:58.45 17:01.97 17:07.94 17:16.30

Time 9:53.66 9:58.52 9:59.07 10:04.91 10:06.55 10:07.05 10:11.02 10:12.74 10:14.28

Year 2006 2009 2004 2010 2006 2002 2001 1989 2007

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Swimmer Sarah Marshall Shannon Catalano Robin Errecart Kristin Okazaki Melissa McGhee Elena Walterman Ja-Neil Bragg Natalie Phillips Melissa Pugh Jenna Chaplin

Time Year 1:57.73 2002 1:58.73 2002 1:59.73 2002 2:00.53 2007 2:01.92 2009 2:02.30 2010 2:02.50 2008 2:03.22 1999 2:04.48 1992 2:05.12 2011 100 Back

Swimmer Sarah Marshall Jenny Lewis Jun Huang Kris Willey Devonie Migues Shawna Winters Allison Shasky Jennifer Radecke

Time 53.83 54.91 55.53 56.00 56.43 56.75 56.81 56.98

Year 2002 2009 2007 2003 2006 2000 2002 2005

200 Back Swimmer Sarah Marshall Jun Huang Shawna Winters Kris Willey Ja-Neil Bragg Corinne Harris Shelby Bolin Jenny Lewis Melissa McGhee

Time Year 1:57.65 2002 1:57.88 2008 2:00.24 2001 2:01.31 2002 2:01.76 2005 2:02.41 2000 2:03.34 2011 2:03.43 2007 2:03.93 2008


All-Time Women’s Top Times 100 Breast

400 Medley Relay

Swimmer Heidi Schmidt Ziada Jardine Sarah Hackett Kellyn Loehr Kris Willey Susan Overgaad Mallory McGowan Kristy Mathews April Woo

Time Year 1:01.16 2002 1:02.90 2005 1:03.96 1997 1:04.04 2008 1:04.07 2003 1:04.33 1990 1:04.44 2011 1:04.59 2001 1:04.85 2008

Swimmers Marshall, Schmidt, Catalano, Errecart Schmidt, McNamee, Catalano, Marshall Marshall, Catalano, Schmidt, Errecart Marshall, Willey, Catalano, McNamee Marshall, Mathews, Catalano, Errecart Huang, Jardine, Okazaki, Bragg Huang, Migues, Walterman, Lewis Radecke, Rowe, Jardine, McNamee Marshall, Mathews, Catalano, Willey

Time Year 3:38.87 2002 3:39.51 2002 3:40.76 2003 3:43.09 2004 3:43.39 2001 3:44.29 2007 3:46.31 2009 3:47.44 2005 3:48.18 2002

200 Breast Swimmer Heidi Schmidt Kristy Mathews Kris Willey Ziada Jardine Sarah Hackett Melissa Banks Sedonia Yoshida Devonie Migues Summer Halwas-Morgan

Time Year 2:15.30 2003 2:15.32 2001 2:18.33 2001 2:18.63 2007 2:18.67 1995 2:19.03 2004 2:19.65 2001 2:19.67 2009 2:20.03 2006

200 Free Relay Swimmers McNamee, Catalano, Willey, Errecart Errecart, Willey, Catalano, McNamee McNamee, Schmidt, Catalano, Willey Marshall, Schmidt, Catalano, Errecart Bertrand, Larsen, Phillips, Richards McNamee, Radecke, Moirao, Peterson Marshall, Catalano, Taylor, Willey Lewis, Huang, Migues, Woo Moirao, Shasky, Radecke, McNamee

Time Year 1:31.73 2004 1:31.73 2003 1:31.88 2002 1:32.81 2002 1:33.24 1998 1:33.45 2005 1:33.49 2001 1:34.04 2009 1:34.07 2005

200 IM Swimmer Ja-Neil Bragg Kris Willey Devonie Migues Kristy Mathews Heidi Schmidt Melissa McGhee Sarah Marshall Summer Halwas-Morgan Sarah Houck Kristin Okazaki

Time Year 2:00.69 2007 2:00.88 2002 2:02.56 2009 2:02.61 2002 2:03.04 2002 2:03.64 2009 2:04.02 2004 2:04.88 2005 2:05.36 2002 2:05.62 2007

400 Free Relay Swimmers Marshall, Taylor, Avilla, Catalano Errecart, Willey, Catalano, McNamee McNamee, Schmidt, Errecart, Catalano Marshall, Mathews, Catalano, Errecart Lewis, Connor, Swalin, Migues McNamee, Moirao, Bragg, Radecke Caldwell, Bragg, Lewis, Woo McNamee, Errecart, Schmidt, Taylor Bradshaw, Dalonzo, Kolbisen, Phillips

Time Year 3:20.02 2004 3:20.94 2003 3:23.29 2002 3:24.29 2001 3:24.79 2009 3:24.83 2005 3:26.50 2008 3:27.04 2002 3:27.56 1995

400 IM Swimmer Ja-Neil Bragg Kris Willey Melissa McGhee Sarah Houck Kristy Mathews Summer Halwas-Morgan Melissa Banks KC Albiston Trista Thomas

Time Year 4:14.81 2007 4:16.95 2002 4:18.37 2009 4:18.87 2002 4:20.50 2001 4:23.24 2006 4:24.79 2004 4:25.26 2010 4:27.89 2000

800 Free Relay Swimmers Time Year Errecart, Catalano, McNamee, Radecke 7:19.00 2004 Marshall, Radecke, Taylor, Errecart 7:21.89 2004 Mathews, Willey, Catalano, Errecart 7:22.14 2002 Catalano, Taylor, Errecart, Mathews 7:25.32 2001 Bragg, Peterson, Houck, Radecke 7:26.83 2005 Huang, Lewis, Bragg, Caldwell 7:28.27 2008 Mathews, McDonald, Avilla, Radecke 7:29.10 2003 Huang, Migues, Cashion, Swalin 7:31.17 2009 Caldwell, Lewis, Bragg, Cashion 7:32.42 2007

200 Medley Relay Swimmers Marshall, Schmidt, Catalano, McNamee Moirao, Houck, Ashizawa, Carlin A-Team at Big West Championships Marshall, Catalano, Schmidt, Errecart Marshall Willey, Catalano, McNamee Huang, Woo, McGhee, Lewis Shaski, Jardini, Rowe, McNamee Marshall, Mathews, Barrett, Errecart Wyant, McGowan, Vetterlein, Randall Lewis, Jardine, Woo, Bragg

Time Year 1:39.37 2002 1:41.25 2002 1:41.29 2003 1:41.39 2003 1:41.53 2004 1:42.39 2009 1:43.22 2005 1:43.74 2001 1:44.12 2011 1:44.61 2007 40

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All-Time Men’s Top Times 50 Free Swimmer Brad Schumacher Will McLaughlin Todd Hosmer Vince Martinez Matt Smart Ryan Jones Karl Thaning Justin Canty Ivan Serrano BJ Damazo

1650 Free Time Year 19.66 1995 20.09 2005 20.14 1992 20.32 2005 20.38 2001 20.42 2002 20.47 2000 20.49 2009 20.55 2005 20.60 2009

100 Free Swimmer Brad Schumacher Matt Smart Todd Hosmer Will McLaughin Vince Martinez Ryan Jones Karl Thaning Matt Mills

Time Year 43.17 1995 43.98 2003 44.09 1992 44.67 2005 44.84 2002 44.89 2002 44.92 2000 44.99 2004 200 Free

Swimmer Brad Schumacher Matt Smart JP Russell Piotr Florczyk Matt Mills Todd Hosmer Danny Johnson Krzysztof Zoldak Stephen Quinn

Time Year 1:35.12 1995 1:36.29 2000 1:37.66 2005 1:37.77 2000 1:38.02 2004 1:38.18 1992 1:39.25 2002 1:39.33 2005 1:39.91 2009 500 Free

Swimmer Piotr Florczyk Matt Lundy JP Russell Maxwell Maris Dave Daniels Matt Smart Casey Lowdermilk Andy Thurman Jim Bergevin Stephen Quinn

Time Year 4:23.80 2001 4:26.67 2009 4:27.91 2005 4:28.17 2009 4:29.33 1984 4:29.65 2002 4:30.12 2005 4:30.23 1999 4:31.11 1986 4:31.63 2007 1000 Free

Swimmer Matt Lundy Maxwell Maris Edmund Herlihy Miles Whitfield Aljaz Ojstersek Krzysztof Zoldak Piotr Florczyk Jason Dupere Brian Lamar Dave Daniels PacificTigers.com

Time Year 9:08.34 2009 9:19.50 2009 9:22.15 2004 9:23.03 2001 9:26.16 2010 9:26.19 2005 9:26.23 2000 9:26.33 2009 9:28.88 2005 9:29.10 1983 41

Swimmer Matt Lundy Maxwell Maris Miles Whitfield Justin Canty Dave Daniels Andy Thurman Edmund Herlihy Kevin Drake

Time Year 15:19.10 2009 15:42.69 2009 15:44.46 2001 15:44.87 2006 15:44.99 1983 15:47.59 1999 15:47.60 2002 15:48.60 1976 100 Fly

Swimmer Will McLaughlin BJ Damazo Vince Martinez Erik Zador Liko Soules-Ono Jim Wyles Todd Schwendinger Peter Richardson Clint McLaughlin

Time Year 47.84 2005 48.40 2009 48.70 2005 49.20 1997 49.36 1998 49.43 1995 49.48 2002 49.70 2002 49.73 2007 200 Fly

Swimmer Kryzysztof Zoldak Matt Mills Clint McLaughlin BJ Damazo Tedder Stevenson Peter Richardson Jim Wyles John Rotticci Liko Soules-Ono

Time Year 1:47.14 2005 1:48.32 2004 1:50.05 2007 1:50.17 2009 1:50.91 1995 1:51.04 2002 1:51.74 1995 1:52.03 1979 1:52.04 1997 100 Back

Swimmer Wjociech Betlej Piotr Florczyk Brad Schumacher Dave Mathews Ryan Jones Jarrod Cruzat Ivan Serrano JP Russell Kenny Yamamoto

Time Year 48.59 2007 49.53 2001 49.98 1993 50.01 2009 50.14 2002 50.46 2002 50.59 2005 50.60 2002 50.67 2003 200 Back

Swimmer Wojciech Betlej Piotr Florczyk JP Russell Oliver Simkovic Kenny Yamamoto Jarrod Cruzat Bobby Smith Craig Schwartz Kevin Byers Erik Zador

Time Year 1:44.96 2007 1:45.61 1999 1:46.48 2005 1:46.51 2011 1:47.27 2005 1:49.26 2002 1:49.76 2008 1:50.00 1977 1:50.04 2009 1:50.79 1997


All-Time Men’s Top Times 100 Breast Swimmer David Dunn Filip Wronski Lance Jones Kevin Schirmer Karl Thaning Nathan LeRoy Ryan Price Justin Wilcox Chris Weber Thomas Dunn

200 Medley Relay Time Year 54.35 2007 55.22 2002 55.90 2000 56.03 2011 56.39 2000 56.88 2011 56.98 1996 57.16 2000 57.18 2010 57.35 2006

Swimmers Time Year Martinez, Serrano, Norman, McLaughlin 1:29.81 2005 Betlej, Dunn, Chapman, Canty 1:30.31 2008 Kinnard, LeRoy, Schirmer, Woods 1:30.58 2011 Martinez, Serrano, McLaughin, Raimondi 1:30.89 2004 Cruzat, Wronski, McLaughlin, Martinez 1:30.93 2003 Cruzat, Wronski, McLaughlin, Jones 1:30.99 2002 Mathews, Platow, Damazo, Canty 1:31.10 2009 Florczyk, Jones, Dmytrow, Thaning 1:31.18 2000 Florczyk, Wronski, Richardson, Jones 1:31.99 2001 Florczyk, Thanning, Soules-Ono, Smart 1:32.33 1999

200 Breast Swimmer Filip Wronski David Dunn Thomas Dunn Nathan LeRoy Ryan Price Ramzy Ladah Thomas Dunn Roger Ward Marcello Tonelli Scott Adams

Time Year 1:59.21 2003 1:59.29 2006 2:02.82 2003 2:03.14 2011 2:03.28 1996 2:03.41 1999 2:03.91 2006 2:04.93 2011 2:05.08 1997 2:05.55 1981 200 IM

Swimmer Krzysztof Zoldak David Dunn Wjociech Betlej Oliver Simkovic Filip Wronski Jon Radcliff Kenny Yamamoto Tedder Stevenson Roger Ward Rob Case

Time Year 1:46.84 2005 1:49.53 2008 1:50.02 2005 1:50.32 2011 1:50.60 2003 1:51.34 2003 1:51.49 2007 1:51.54 1995 1:51.91 2011 1:52.03 2983 400 IM

Swimmer Krzysztof Zoldak Piotr Florczyk Oliver Simkovic Kenny Yamamoto Kevin Drake Richard Cannon Jon Radcliff Kevin Byers Nathan LeRoy Marcello Tonelli

Time Year 3:48.14 2005 3:54.22 1999 3:54.66 2011 3:57.25 2007 3:58.10 1977 3:58.80 1977 3:59.16 2004 3:59.98 2009 4:00.18 2011 4:00.36 1998

400 Medley Relay Swimmers Time Year Betlej, Dunn, McLaughlin, Martinez 3:15.92 2005 Betlej, Dunn, Chapman, Zoldak 3:18.95 2008 Cruzat, Wronski, McLaughlin, Martinez 3:19.13 2002 Cruzat, Wronski, McLaughlin, Smart 3:19.80 2003 Florczyk, Wronski, Richardson, Smart 3:20.05 2001 A-Team at the Big West Championships 3:21.28 2002 Betlej, Dunn, Zoldak, Urban 3:21.45 2006 Dunn, Raimondi, McLaughlin, Mills 3:21.55 2004 200 Free Relay Swimmers Time Year McLaughlin, Serrano, Martinez, Zoldak 1:20.71 2005 McLaughlin, Jones, Schwendinger, Martinez 1:21.01 2002 Martinez, McLaughlin, Mills, Smart 1:21.11 2003 Kasten, Mathews, Damazo, Canty 1:21.70 2009 Thanning, Schwendinger, Smart, Jones 1:21.78 2000 Hosmer, Maroney, Robinson, Stevenson 1:21.81 1992 Schwendinger, Jones, Wronski, Smart 1:21.83 2001 McLaughlin, Serrano, Martinez, Mills 1:21.96 2004 Hosmer, Wyles, Stevenson, Schumacher 1:22.02 1994 400 Free Relay Swimmers Time Year Hosmer, Wyles, Stevenson, Schumacher 2:57.79 1994 Schwendinger, Johnson, Jones, Smart 2:58.79 2001 Johnson, Schwendinger, Jones, Martinez 2:59.07 2002 Martinez, Mills, Russell, Smart 2:59.13 2003 Martinez, Serrano, Russell, McLaughlin 2:59.30 2005 Wyles, Maroney, Stevenson, Schumacher 2:59.64 1993 Martinez, McLaughlin, Serrano, Zoldak 3:00.08 2005 Smart, Schwendinger, Thaning, Florczyk 3:00.16 2000 Sharp, Moore, Woods, Schirmer 3:09.39 2011 Accornero, Kasten, Quinn, Canty 3:03.58 2009

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800 Free Relay Swimmers Smart, Johnson, Mills, Florczyk Zoldak, Russell, Betlej, Lowdermilk Radcliff, Russell, Martinez, Mills Wyles, Stevenson, Olofsen, Schumacher Mills, Schwendinger, Russell, Johnson Smart, Cruzat, Thaning, Florczyk Schumacher, Olofsen, Wyles, Hosmer Smart, Florczyk, Tonelli, Thurman Mathews, Canty, Lundy, Quinn

Time Year 6:37.09 2001 6:37.24 2005 6:38.53 2004 6:39.03 1995 6:39.03 2002 6:39.84 2000 6:40.10 1994 6:41.39 1999 6:42.90 2009

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All-Time Conference Champions Women’s Records 50 Free Year Champion 1990 Susan Overgaard 1993 Christy Dalonzo 2002 Lyndsay McNamee 2005 Lyndsay McNamee

Time 23.77 23.97 23.34 23.15

100 Free Year Champion 1992 Christy Dalonzo 1995 Liesl Kolbisen 2001 Robin Errecart 2002 Heidi Schmidt 2003 Lyndsay McNamee 2004 Lyndsay McNamee 2006 Ja-Neil Bragg

Time 51.46 50.59 51.34 50.83 50.25 50.45 51.12

200 Free Year Champion 2001 Shannon Catalano 2002 Robin Errecart 2003 Robin Errecart 2004 Lyndsay McNamee 2005 Lyndsay McNamee 2006 Jennifer Radecke

Time 1:49.25 1:48.57 1:49.28 1:49.22 1:49.40 1:50.17

500 Free Year Champion 2001 Robin Errecart 2002 Robin Errecart 2003 Laura McDonald 2004 Jennifer Radecke 2005 Jennifer Radecke 2006 Jennifer Radecke 2009 Jayme Swalin

Time 4:55.48 4:51.11 4:53.79 4:50.57 4:52.38 4:50.96 4:50.95

1000 Free Year Champion 2002 Kristy Mathews 2003 Laura McDonald 2004 Jennifer Radecke 2005 Jennifer Radecke 2006 Laura McDonald 2007 Brooke Cashion 2008 KC Albiston

Time 10:07.05 10:03.84 9:59.07 10:04.04 9:53.66 10:14.28 10:11.10

Jenny Lewis & Ja-Neil Bragg

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Shannon Catalano 1650 Free Year Champion 1989 Rebecca Leino 2003 Laura McDonald 2004 Laura McDonald 2005 Laura McDonald 2006 Laura McDonald 2007 KC Albiston 2008 KC Albiston

Time 16:55.27 16:37.68 16:45.57 16:56.38 16:24.87 17:14.04 17:03.15

100 Fly Year Champion 2001 Shannon Catalano 2002 Shannon Catalano 2003 Shannon Catalano 2004 Shannon Catalano

Time 54.53 53.70 53.63 54.10

Time 2:04.12 2:03.37 2:02.39 1:58.73 1:58.77 2:00.53

200 Fly Year Champion 1993 Melissa Pugh 1997 Natalie Phillips 2001 Shannon Catalano 2002 Shannon Catalano 2003 Shannon Catalano 2004 Shannon Catalano 100 Back Year Champion 2001 Shannon Catalano 2002 Shannon Catalano 2003 Shannon Catalano 2004 Shannon Catalano 2009 Jenny Lewis 200 Back Year Champion 2000 Shawna Winters 2001 Sarah Marshall 2002 Sarah Marshall 2007 Jun Huang 2009 Jun Huang

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Time 54.53 53.70 53.63 54.10 55.90 Time 2:02.37 1:59.15 1:57.65 1:58.03 1:58.49

100 Breast Year Champion 1997 Sarah Hackett 2002 Heidi Schmidt 2003 Heidi Schmidt

Time 1:03.96 1:01.32 1:02.89

200 Breast Year Champion 1997 Sarah Hackett 2000 Kristy Mathews 2002 Kristy Mathews 2003 Heidi Schmidt

Time 2:18.67 2:18.65 2:16.22 2:15.30

200 IM Year Champion 2001 Kris Willey 2002 Kris Willey 2004 Kris Willey 2005 Ja-Neil Bragg 2006 Ja-Neil Bragg

Time 2:02.81 2:01.91 2:02.99 2:01.51 2:00.98

400 IM Year Champion 1987 Julie Prideaux 2001 Kristy Mathews 2002 Kris Willey 2003 Sarah Houck 2005 Ja-Neil Bragg 2006 Ja-Neil Bragg 2009 Melissa McGhee

Time 4:29.11 4:20.50 4:20.28 4:21.99 4:15.64 4:19.75 4:18.37

200 Free Relay Year Champion 2001 Marshall, Catalano, Taylor, Willey 2002 Schmidt, Catalano, Willey, McNamee 2003 McNamee, Errecart, Catalano, Willey 2004 McNamee, Willey, Catalano, Errecart 2005 McNamee, Moirao, Radecke, Peterson

Time 1:33.49 1:32.28 1:32.22 1:33.91 1:33.45


All-Time Conference Champions 400 Free Relay Year Champion 2001 Catalano, Willey, Taylor, Errecart 2002 Errecart, Schmidt, McNamee, Catalano 2003 Errecart, Willey, Catalano, McNamee 2004 Errecart, Willey, Catalano, McNamee 2005 McNamee, Moirao, Bragg, Radecke 800 Free Relay Year Champion 2001 Errecart, Avilla, Taylor, Catalano 2002 Mathews, Taylor, Avilla, Errecart 2003 Mathews, McDonald, Radecke, Avilla 2004 Radecke, Marshall, Taylor, Errecart 200 Medley Relay Year Champion 2001 Marshall, Mathews, Barrett, Errecart 2002 Marshall, Schmidt, Catalano, McNamee 2003 Marshall, Schmidt, Catalano, McNamee 2004 Marshall, Willey, Catalano, McNamee 2005 Sharsky, Jardine, Rowe, McNamee 400 Medley Relay Year Champion 2001 Marshall, Mathews, Catalano, Errecart 2002 Marshall, Schmidt, Catalano, Errecart 2003 Marshall, Schmidt, Catalano, Errecart 2004 Marshall, Willey, Catalano, Errecart Men’s Records 50 Free Year Champion 1973 Joe Dietrich 1974 Joe Dietrich 1992 Todd Hosmer 1993 Brad Schumacher 2000 Karl Thaning 2001 Matt Smart 2002 Ryan Jones 2003 Vince Martinez 2004 Vince Martinez 2005 Will McLaughlin

Time 3:24.98

Wojciech Betlej

3:32.29 3:20.94 3:24.13 3:24.83

Time 3:43.99 3:38.87 3:39.94 3:43.15

Time 1:43.74 1:40.46 1:41.29 1:42.37 1:43.22

Time 3:43.99 3:38.87 3:39.94 3:34.15

100 Free Year Champion 1973 Joe Dietrich 1991 Todd Hosmer 1992 Todd Hosmer 1993 Brad Schumacher 1994 Todd Hosmer 2001 Matt Smart 2002 Vince Martinez 2003 Matt Smart 2005 Will McLaughlin

Time 46.46 44.66 44.09 44.23 44.26 44.57 44.84 44.06 44.67

200 Free Year Champion 1972 Rick Reeder 1973 Rick Reeder 1974 Rick Reeder 1992 Todd Hosmer 1993 Brad Schumacher 1994 Brad Schumacher 1995 Brad Schumacher 1999 Matt Smart 2000 Matt Smart 2001 Matt Smart 2003 Matt Smart

Time 1:43.01 1:43.82 1:42.60 1:38.18 1:36.80 1:36.43 1:37.29 1:38.33 1:36.92 1:37.40 1:37.67

500 Free Year Champion 1974 Dave Kenyon 1997 Andy Thurman

Time 4:43.50 4:32.43

2000 Piotr Florczyk 2001 Piotr Florczyk 2003 JP Russell

4:28.11 4:24.98 4:28.58

1650 Free Year Champion 1972 Rick Hendricks 1974 Dave Kenyon 2009 Matt Lundy

Time 16:32.16 16:24.02 15:19.10

100 Fly Year Champion 1970 Dennis Nugent 1975 Ken Edwards 1976 Ken Edwards 1995 Jim Wyles 1998 Liko Soules-Ono 2002 Will McLaughlin 2003 Will McLaughlin 2004 Will McLaughlin

Time 52.06 51.32 50.69 49.43 49.36 48.66 49.00 48.58

200 Fly Year Champion 2002 Matt Mills 2003 Matt Mills 2004 Matt Mills

Time 1:50.74 1:49.39 1:48.32

100 Back Year Champion 1974 Craig Schwartz 1975 Craig Schwartz 1976 Craig Schwartz 1977 Craig Schwartz 2001 Piotr Florczyk 2002 Ryan James 2006 Wojciech Betlej

Time 52.80 52.95 52.23 52.38 49.70 50.14 48.76

200 Back Year Champion 1974 Craig Schwartz 1975 Craig Schwartz 1976 Craig Schwartz 1977 Craig Schwartz 1982 Rob Case

Time 1:57.70 1:55.41 1:53.26 1:54.50 1:51.93

Brad Schumacher

Time 21.66 21.40 20.14 20.46 20.47 20.38 20.42 20.07 20.42 20.09 44

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All-Time Conference Champions 1983 Rob Case 1984 Duane Fiene 1985 Steve Smith 1993 Derigan Silver 1999 Piotr Florczyk 2000 Piotr Florczyk 2001 Piotr Florczyk 2002 JP Russell 2003 JP Russell 2004 JP Russell 2005 Wojciech Betlej 2006 Wojciech Betlej 2007 Wojciech Betlej 2011 Oliver Simkovic 100 Breast Year Champion 1996 Ryan Price 2002 Filip Wronski 2007 David Dunn

1:51.59 1:52.86 1:52.15 1:48.42 1:46.57 1:45.69 1:46.14 1:47.78 1:48.33 1:46.52 1:46.14 1:45.95 1:44.96 1:46.51 Time 56.98 56.14 54.35

Krzysztof Zoldak 200 Breast Year Champion 1974 Gordy Smith 1999 Ramzy Iadah 2001 Filip Wronski 2002 Filip Wronski 2003 Filip Wronski 2006 David Dunn 2007 David Dunn 2008 David Dunn

Time 2:13.40 2:03.85 1:59.82 2:02.19 2:00.33 1:59.29 1:59.44 2:00.55

200 IM Year Champion 1972 Rob Love 1974 Rob Love 1975 Kevin Drake 1976 Kevin Drake 1995 Tedder Stevenson 2003 Filip Wronski 2004 Jon Radcliff 2005 Krzysztof Zoldak 2006 Krzysztof Zoldak

Time 2:00.80 1:57.20 1:54.49 1:54.49 1:54.54 1:50.95 1:50.43 1:46.84 1:46.94

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400 IM Year Champion 1974 Rob Love 1976 Kevin Drake 2004 Jon Radcliff 2005 Krzysztof Zoldak 2006 Krzysztof Zoldak 2007 Krzysztof Zoldak 2008 Krzysztof Zoldak

Time 4:14.50 4:23.91 3:59.16 3:48.14 3:50.31 3:51.94 3:51.56

200 Free Relay Year Champion Time 1993 Wyles, Maroney, 1:22.04 Stevenson, Schumacher 2001 Schwendinger, Jones, 1:21.83 Wronski, Sutherland 2002 McLaughlin, Jones, 1:21.01 Schwendinger, Martinez 2003 Martinez, McLaughlin, 1:21.11 Mills, Smart 2004 Martinez, Mills, 1:21.96 McLaughlin, Serrano 2005 McLaughlin, Zoldak 1:20.71 Martinez, Serrano 400 Free Relay Year Champion Time 1971 Dietrich, Hayes, 3:10.29 Snider, Reeder 1972 Dietrich, Hendricks, 3:10.60 Hayes, Reeder 1973 Dietrich, Snider, 3:09.97 Hayes, Reeder 1974 Dietrich, Edwards, 3:10.60 Hayes, Reeder 1993 Wyles, Maroney, 2:59.64 Stevenson, Schumacher 1994 Hosmer, Wyles, 2:57.79 Stevenson, Schumacher 1995 Wyles, Stevenson, 3:01.00 Olofsen, Schumacher 1999 Smart, Thaning, 3:00.48 Cannon, Florczyk 2000 Florczyk, Jones, 2:59.52 Dmytrow, Smart 2001 Schwendinger, Johnson, 2:58.79 Jones, Martinez 2002 Johnson, Schwendinger, 2:59.07 Jones, Martinez 2003 Martinez, Mills, 2:59.59 Russell, Smart 2004 Mills, McLaughlin, 2:59.49 Russell, Martinez 2005 Martinez, Serrano, 2:59.30 Russell, McLaughlin

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800 Free Relay Year Champion Time 1972 Dietrich, Hendricks, 7:07.89 Hayes, Snider 1973 Dietrich, Snider, 7:01.59 Hendricks, Reeder 1974 Edwards, Kenyon, 7:01.59 Dietrich, Reeder 1975 Passeggi, Boyko, 6:58.65 Edwards, Drake 1976 Edwards, Drake, 6:49.96 Christy, Passeggi 1994 Schumacher, Olofsen, 6:40:10 Wyles, Hosmer 1995 Wyles, Stevenson, 6:39.03 Olofsen, Schumacher 1997 Zador, Soules-Ono, 6:46.50 Thurman, Olofsen 1999 Smart, Florczyk, 6:41.39 Tonelli, Thurman 2000 Smart, Cruzat, 6:39.84 Thaning, Florczyk 2001 Smart, Johnson, 6:37.09 Mills, Florczyk 2002 Mills, Schwendinger, 6:39.79 Russell, Johnson 2003 Smart, Radcliff, 6:39.03 Mills, Russell 2004 Russell, Martinez, 6:38.53 Radcliff, Mills 200 Medley Relay Year Champion Time 2000 Florczyk, Jones, 1:31.18 Dmytrow, Thaning 2001 Florczyk, Wronski, 1:31.99 Richardson, Jones 2002 Cruzat, Wronski, 1:30.99 McLaughlin, Jones 400 Medley Relay Year Champion Time 1997 Basye, Price, 3:25.04 Zador, Olofsen 2000 Florczyk, Jones, 3:21.82 Dmytrow, Smart 2001 Florczyk, Wronski, 3:20.55 Richardson, Smart 2002 Cruzat, Wronski, 3:19.13 McLaughlin, Martinez 2003 Cruzat, Wronski, 3:19.80 McLaughlin, Smart 2005 Betlej, Dunn, 3:15.92 McLaughlin, Martinez


Pacific Coaching History Year 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

Men’s Coaches Coach Record Conference Finish Bill Rose - Bill Rose - Bill Rose - Bill Rose - Bill Rose - Bill Rose - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - John Tanner - John Tanner - 7th1 John Tanner - 7th1 John Tanner - T-6th1 John Tanner - 5th1 John Tanner - 4th1 John Tanner - 3rd1 John Tanner - 4th1 John Tanner - 3rd1 John Tanner 3-4 3rd1 Ray Looze - 5th1 Ray Looze 10-5 2nd1 Ray Looze 5-9 2nd1 Ray Looze 10-9 2nd1 Ray Looze 13-9 1st1 Danny May 10-6 1st1 Danny May 2-5 2nd1 Daryn Glasgow 4-5 1st1 Greg Meehan 2-6 4th1 Greg Meehan 2-4 4th1 Greg Meehan 1-4 4th1 Adam Kennedy 1-7 4th1 Adam Kennedy 1-8 4th1 Adam Kennedy 2-5-1 2nd2

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

Women’s Coaches Coach Record Conference Finish Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Gordon Collet - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Dennis Nugent - Jim Taketa - 5th1 Jim Taketa - 5th1 Jim Taketa - 5th1 Jim Taketa - 6th1 Jim Taketa - 5th1 Jim Taketa - 5th1 Jim Taketa - 5th1 Jim Taketa - 4th1 Jim Taketa - 5th1 Jim Taketa - 5th1 Ray Looze - 3rd1 Ray Looze - 3rd1 Ray Looze 5-13 3rd1 Ray Looze 8-10 2nd1 Ray Looze 19-2 1st1 Danny May 13-9 1st1 Danny May 11-6 1st1 Daryn Glasgow 5-3 2nd1 Greg Meehan 7-5 4th1 Greg Meehan 4-3 2nd1 Greg Meehan 6-1 4th1 Adam Kennedy 3-3 3rd1 Adam Kennedy 5-5 4th1 Adam Kennedy 4-9 7th2

1 - Big West Conference 2 - Mountain Pacific Sports Federation

1 - Big West Conference 2 - Mountain Pacific Sports Federation

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This Is Pacific The University........................................................50-51 Academics...............................................................52-53 Athletic Administration.............................................54 Athletic Staff................................................................55 Athletic Performance.................................................56 Athletic Training.........................................................57 Athletic Facilities...................................................58-59 Tiger Team Capsules............................................60-61


The University

Pamela A. Eibeck University President

Pamela A. Eibeck became the 24th President of University of the Pacific on July 1, 2009. She is Pacific’s sixth President since the University moved to Stockton in 1924 and the first woman to hold the office. Her Presidency follows a distinguished career as a researcher, teacher, educational reformer, and university administrator. Prior to joining Pacific, Eibeck was dean of the Edward E. Whitacre Jr. College of Engineering at Texas Tech—one of the nation’s largest engineering colleges with 4,400 students, 156 faculty and five research centers. There, she was responsible for eight academic departments, 33 degree programs and a $55 million budget. An active fundraiser, Eibeck helped build an endowment of $57 million and doubled the number of endowed chairs. Eibeck takes the helm at a University with strong enrollments and finances, and the best incoming student academic profile in its history. With a record number of applications for Fall 2009, university enrollment is expected to remain steady at around 6,250 with a 20-point jump in the average admitted freshmen SAT score to 1200. Construction continues on two major buildings: the $7.5 million Janssen-Lagorio Multipurpose Gymnasium and the $10 million John T. Chambers Technology Center, and the last fiscal year closed with a surplus for the 13th consecutive year. While spending time to get know Pacific in her first year, Eibeck has committed to building on these strengths by continuing to enhance educational quality, build national visibility, and deepen the University’s involvement in community engagement. Eibeck received her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in mechanical engineering between 1979 and 1986 from Stanford University. She joined the faculty at the University of California at Berkeley, where she earned tenure and served from 1985 to 1995. In 1995, she became a professor and chair of mechanical engineering at Northern Arizona University, where she later served as director of the honors program and then vice provost for undergraduate studies. In 2004, Eibeck was named dean of the college of engineering at Texas Tech. An expert in heat transfer, Eibeck conducted experimental research related to electronics cooling and thermal tiles used by NASA on the space shuttles. Her later work focused on engineering educational reform, including early use of multimedia in the classroom, curriculum development and, most recently, ways to attract young people and women to the profession. She has authored or co-authored nearly 50 articles and papers. Eibeck became a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in 2008. She received the Distinguished Engineering Educator Award from the Society of Women Engineers in 1996 and the Boeing Outstanding Educator Award in 1999. Eibeck is married to William D. Jeffery, a law professor and a native of California. They have four children. Sons Andrew and Kevin live in the Bay Area. Daughter Katherine attends the University of Southern California. Their youngest son, Will, attends Santa Clara University.

Founded in 1851 as the first chartered university in California, University of the Pacific continues to enjoy a reputation as one of the finest academic institutions in the West. The main Stockton campus, with its expansive lawns and brick-and-ivy architecture, much like many renowned universities in the East, is highly regarded as one of the most picturesque college campuses in the West. The only private school in the Big West Conference, Pacific offers a diversity of programs that would normally be associated with a much larger university. Personal attention and small class sizes have become Pacific trademarks and help attract students from many U.S. states and foreign countries. Pacific provides its 6,235 scholars a student-to-faculty ratio of less than 13-to-1. Pacific is comprised of 11 schools and colleges on three campuses, offering students the distinctive advantage of nearby resources. Two professional schools complement the Stockton campus: the School of Dentistry in San Francisco and the McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento. The Stockton campus features the central liberal arts division, College of the Pacific and schools of music, engineering, education, pharmacy, business & public administration, international studies, the Graduate School and University College. Pacific students are represented on many policy-making committees, and the Associated Students (ASUOP) play an active role in campus life through social and cultural programs. The Stockton metropolitan area, with a population of over 280,000, is nestled conveniently in the San Joaquin Valley between San Francisco and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Pacific offers its students a proximity to many exciting places including Monterey/Carmel, Lake Tahoe, the northern California wine country, and Yosemite National Park. It is adjacent to over 1,000 miles of waterways, making it the largest inland seaport in the state. THE PACIFIC EXPERIENCE • Over 80 major fields from which to choose, yet an average class size of under 20, even in the freshman year. • NCAA Division I intercollegiate athletics as well as numerous club and intramural sports. • Exposure to a wide range of knowledge through the General Education program, and hundreds of opportunities for gaining “handson” experience in a chosen field. • A strong liberal arts tradition within key academic units including business, conservatory, education, engineering, international studies, and pharmacy.

• An intercultural perspective that prepares students for working in an increasingly diverse and international society. • Students sit on many decision-making committees of the University to ensure that the voice of the students is heard. • A New England-like campus in northern California. • With more than 6,000 students enrolled, Pacific is one of the smallest universities to be ranked among the top 100 national universities, both by US News & World Report and the The Washington Monthly College Guide.


Pacific’s Mission

The University of the Pacific's mission is to provide a superior, student-centered learning experience integrating liberal arts and professional education and preparing individuals for lasting achievement and responsible leadership in their careers and communities. The first chartered institution of higher education in the State of California, the University of the Pacific is a mid-sized independent, comprehensive university offering a wide choice of high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs in Stockton, Sacramento, and San Francisco. Pacific is an outstanding blend of the advantages of the diverse programs of a major university and the broad, highly personalized learning of the selective liberal arts college. We accomplish our mission through highly personalized programs delivered in a caring, supportive, and attractive environment. We seek to develop and strengthen self-confidence, initiative, analytical and problem-solving abilities, and an enthusiasm for learning. Central to our mission is the dedication of our faculty and staff to excellence in teaching and advising. We encourage and support research, scholarship and creative activity as complements to our fundamental mission of teaching. Our mission dictates a commitment to leadership development, global awareness, community involvement and opportunities for individuals from diverse backgrounds. We are committed to providing practical experiences to complement classroom learning. Highly interactive student-faculty relations and a broad array of co-curricular activities that help to develop students' abilities are hallmarks of learning at the University of the Pacific. How old is Pacific? We became California’s first chartered institution of higher education in 1851. We were also the first co-ed university (the first graduating class had five men and five women). We celebrated our sesquicentennial year in 2001. What type of university is Pacific? Pacific is a comprehensive university with three campuses and eleven schools and colleges. Eight of our schools and colleges provide undergraduate education on the Stockton campus, including a college of liberal arts and sciences (College of the Pacific), six professional schools and an adult re-entry division. The Stockton campus also has a graduate school. The other two campuses are the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento and the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco.

Is Pacific a religious or church-related university? No. Pacific was founded by and is affiliated with the Methodist Church. We do have a chapel, a full-time chaplain, a number of religious-oriented clubs, and a Department of Religious Studies, but we are not a “religious” university where students are required to attend chapel or to take religion classes. Any or all of the above are available to students who are interested, but participation in such activities is completely voluntary. Is Pacific accredited? Pacific is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), and many academic programs have additional accreditation by appropriate professional organizations.


University of the Pacific •

13:1 student to faculty ratio

Average class size is 20 students, and 75% have fewer than 30 students

444 highly qualified faculty members on three campuses; 92% hold a doctorate or the highest degree in their field

UNDERGRAD ENROLLMENT

Non-resident 3%

Black, non-Hispanic 3%

Am Ind/Alaskan Native 1%

Asian/Pacific Islander 34%

Hispanic 11%

White, non-Hispanic 36%

Ethnicity unknown 6%

Female 56%

Male 44%

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to attain a 3.2 grade point average over one semester to earn the accolade. Pacific attributes its success in the classroom to two primary factors. First, Pacific recruits only student-athletes who it believes can succeed at the University and who have a sincere commitment to a higher education. Second, it provides outstanding support services to students. An integral resource of support is a faculty committed to helping students obtain an education and to graduate, and who often tutor student-athletes one-on-one. Pacific intercollegiate athletics has a comprehensive academic achievement program for its student-athletes, including counseling, tutoring, monitoring services, leadership and life skills training, computer resources, and a set of standards and procedures outlined in the student-athlete handbook. Supervised study periods are provided, and a

Multi-Ethnic 6%

Academics are Number One at the University of the Pacific, and Pacific is proud of its student-athletes’ performances in the classroom. In addition to having some truly outstanding individual scholar-athletes, Pacific currently boasts a graduation rate of over 96 percent for all recruited studentathletes who exhaust their athletic eligibility. During the spring semester of 2011, Pacific student-athletes posted a combined grade point average of 3.0. Pacific is annually represented on Big West Academic All-Conference teams, Academic All-America teams, and boasts NCAA Post-Graduate Scholars in several sports. For the 2010-11 academic year, Pacific honored 104 Big West Conference Scholar-Athletes. In order to qualify for the distinction, student-athletes must record a 3.0 grade point average over their two most recently completed semesters. Freshmen are required

2010-11 Academic Award Count

Academic All-Americans..................................................... 1 Big West Academic All-Conference Team......................... 30

Big West Scholar Athletes of the Year 2010-11

JENIFER WIDJAJA (Sr.) Women’s Tennis (Business administration • Sao Roque, Brazil)

Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic Team............23 Big West Scholar-Athletes of the Year................................ 2 Big West Conference Scholar-Athletes...........................104 Pacific Scholar-Athletes.................................................. 144 National Field Hockey Coaches Association Academic Team........9

ARTEM GRAMMA (Sr.) Men’s Tennis (Business Administration • Krivoj Roj, Ukraine) Academic All-America teams are voted upon annually by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). District VIII encompasses all universities within the states of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and British Columbia.


Academics system of grade checks is in place to identify problem areas and ensure immediate attention. At Pacific, the “four-year� degree is no myth. Faculty and counseling resources help keep student-athletes at Pacific on track to graduate in four years. Located in the heart of the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center, the Pacific Student-Athlete Resource Center, includes state-of-the-art computer facilities and is used exclusively by student-athletes. A special opportunity exists for student-athlete participation at Pacific with the Pacific Student-Athlete Council. The council is comprised of elected student-athlete representatives from each Division I team. The council sponsors a variety of activities throughout the year for Pacific studentathletes and youth in the community. To be a student-athlete at University of the Pacific is truly a unique experience. One can compete athletically at the NCAA Division I level with the best in the nation and, at the same time, have an outstanding educational experience with a dedicated faculty. University of the Pacific ... the best of both worlds!

Scott Boras (1977, 1982 (JD))

NOTABLE PACIFIC ALUMNI: Mike Merriweather (1982)

DELL DEMPS (1992, 1998)

TED LELAND (1970, 1972)

Dave Brubeck (1942)

Pete Carroll (1973)

EDDIE LEBARON (1950)

Bradley Schumacher (1997, 2005)

Arthur A. Dugoni (1948)

HUGH JACKSON (1986)

Michael Olowokandi (1998)

ALEX SPANOS (1948)

WALT HARRIS (1967)

JENNIFER JOINES-TAMAS (2004)

TOM FLORES (1959)

Chris Isaak (1980)

Elaina Oden (1989)


Administation Vice President of External Relations & Athletics

Ted Leland

Dr. Ted Leland, the Vice President for External Relations and Athletics, took over as the athletic director of Pacific Athletics on July 1, 2011. Beginning his second stint as the director, Leland will oversee Pacific Athletics for a two year period while overseeing the implementation of Pacific’s new strategic plan for Intercollegiate Athletics-a plan that he and and former athletic director Lynn King created while working together over the previous year. In addition to his duties in the athletic department, Leland will retain his status as vice president for external relations. At the end of the two-year period, Leland will resume full-time duties as vice president for External Relations and conduct a search for a new athletics director. Leland last ran Pacific’s athletic department from 1989-91 before moving on to Stanford where he was the athletic director until 2005. During his 14 years at Stanford, Dr. Ted Leland not only led the Stanford Athletic Department to unprecedented success both on and off the playing field, but earned a reputation as one of the nation’s top athletic administrators. Leland was named The Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics at Stanford University on June 7, 1991, and has been the guiding force in leading an athletics program that was voted as “the most admired collegiate athletic program in the nation.” During his tenure, Stanford won the prestigious Directors’ Cup, emblematic of the top athletic program in the nation, for the last 11 years and the Cardinal won more NCAA championships than any other school in the nation. Under Leland’s stewardship, Stanford’s athletic program enjoyed tremendous success in fund raising and athletic facilities were vastly improved. From 1991-2005, Stanford won 50 national team championships and 173 conference championships, including an NCAA record six national titles in 1996-97. Cardinal teams consistently competed for the national championship in virtually every sport every year. In 2004-05 alone, Stanford had 26 programs finish in the Top 25 nationally, including 10 in the Top 5 and 16 in the Top 10. In the area of fundraising, the Athletic Department raised over $270 million in private donations, and its assets and endowments grew from $52 million to $374.9 million during Leland’s tenure. In addition, approximately $185 million in new or renovated athletic facilities were completed and funded. Leland’s peers and colleagues have honored him on several occasions. He was presented the Dick Enberg Award by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) in 2004. The award is presented to “a person whose actions and commitment have furthered the meaning and reach of the Academic All-America programs and/or student-athletes while promoting the values of education and academics.” In 2000-01, Leland was honored by NACDA (National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics) and the Street & Smith’s Sports Business Journal as the Athletic Director of the Year. The award recognized an Athletic Director for demonstration of commitment to higher education and student-athletes, continuous teamwork, loyalty and excellence, and the ability to inspire individuals or groups to higher levels of accomplishments. In 2008, he was elected into the organization’s hall of fame. Leland has served on numerous national committees throughout his career. He is currently a member of the University of the Pacific Board of Regents and the Board of Directors of Opportunities Industrialization Center West (a non-profit community-based job training center on the Menlo Park-East Palo Alto border). He has been a member of the Division I NCAA Committee on Infractions and the NACDA Executive Committee, and has served on various other Pac-10 and NCAA committees. In June of 2002, Leland was named a co-chairman of the United States Secretary of Education’s Commission on Opportunity in Athletics. The 15-member panel examined ways of strengthening enforcement of Title IX and expanding opportunities to ensure fairness for all college athletes. Leland served a two-year term as the Chairman of the NCAA Management Council. He was a member of the Management Council for eight years. After serving as Stanford’s Director of Athletics for 12 years, Leland was granted a “Special Research Leave” from his post in the spring of 2003. During an 11-week absence, Leland was a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Hoover Institution on campus, conducted research on a book, and wrote and delivered several speeches on national issues related to intercollegiate athletics. In addition to Stanford and Pacific, Leland was also the athletic director at Dartmouth College from 198389. His other career stops have included Northwestern University, where he was a Senior Associate Athletic Director from 1981-83 and the University of Houston as an Assistant Athletic Director from 1979-81. He was an assistant football coach and instructor of physical education at Stanford in 1978-79. Leland grew up in Northern California, graduated from Hayward High School and later attended Chabot College. He earned both his Bachelor’s (1970) and Master’s (1972) degrees from the University of the Pacific, prior to adding a Ph.D. from Stanford in 1982 in education/sports psychology. While an undergraduate at Pacific, Leland earned First Team All-PCAA football honors as a defensive end in 1969. He later coached football at Pacific, Stanford and East Tennessee State. In addition to his work in athletic administration, Leland has held the position of “adjunct professor” at Dartmouth College, Pacific and Stanford, teaching courses in Sports Psychology and the Philosophy of Sport. He is currently a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Hoover Institution at Stanford. Leland and his wife, Stefanie, have two children: Amanda and Bo.

Mike Dalgety Assistant A.D. / Internal Affairs

Tim DiCKSON Assistant A.D. / Major Gifts

JIM DUGONI Associate A.D. / Development

Senior Women’s Administrator Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services & Compliance

Holly Trexler

In her seventh year at Pacific, Holly Trexler is the Associate Director of Athletics for Student-Athlete Services and Compliance. She became Pacific’s Senior Women’s Administrator in September of 2008. Among her duties, Trexler oversees compliance, academic support, student services, the Pacific Student Athlete Council (PSAC) as well as the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. In addition, Trexler is currently serving on the NCAA Leadership Selection Committee. Before coming to Pacific, Trexler was the assistant athletic director for academic support/life skills coordinator at Quinnipiac University from 2002-05. At Quinnipiac, she monitored the academic progress and eligibility status of all student-athletes, in addition to overseeing academic programming and support services. Trexler was also responsible for the CHAMPS/Life Skills program. Prior to her time at Quinnipiac, Trexler spent the previous three years as assistant athletic director for eligibility and student services/senior woman administrator at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro, N.C. Her duties at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference school included the monitoring of academic records and eligibility status of 300 student-athletes. She also oversaw the academic programming and support services. From 1993 to 1999, Trexler worked at the University of Kansas as a strategic learning assistant and Mentor. In her position, she developed learning strategies for at-risk student-athletes and assisted with subject matter and overall academic development. Trexler holds three degrees from the University of Kansas. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and African-American studies in 1995. She was awarded her Juris Doctorate from the Kansas School of Law in 1998. A year later, in 1999, she finished her master’s in education.

Georgia Kovich-Lee Director / Marketing & Promotions

Chris Lynn Assistant A.D. / Annual Giving

Mike Millerick Assistant A.D. / Communications


Athletic StaFF

Ed Sprague Baseball

Bob Thomason Lynne Roberts Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball

Gus Barrios Swimming

Ryan Redondo Men’s Tennis

Josh Jones Cross Country

Bob “Chino” Chiene Women’s Tennis

Linda MacDonald Brandon Goethals Keith Coleman Field Hockey Men’s Golf Women’s Soccer

Joe Wortmann Men’s Volleyball

Greg Gibbons Women’s Volleyball

Brian Kolze Softball

James Graham Megan Thomson Men’s Water Polo Women’s Water Polo

COACHES’ AWARDS: • Thomason - Big West Coach of the Year ‘93, ‘97, ‘04, ‘05, ‘06 • Coleman - Big West Coach of the Year ‘97, ‘98 • Kolze - Big West Coach of the Year ‘98, ‘01, ‘02, ‘11 • • MacDonald - NorPac Coach of the Year ‘05 • Wortmann - MPSF Coach of the Year ‘96, ‘03 •

PACIFIC ATHLETICS STAFF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Area Code (209) 946-

ALBISTON, KC, Graduate Assistant Swimming Coach

x2710 JACOBSEN, Adam, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach x2720 JOHNSON, Davin, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach x2714 BAKER, Jodi, Director of Athletic Training Education Program x3182 JONES, Josh, Head Women’s Cross Country Coach x2706 BARBARA, Don, Assistant Baseball Coach x2840 BARRIOS, Gustavo, Interim Head Swimming Coach x2164 KELLY, Lauren, Volunteer WVB Coach x2723 BATALON, Ray, Associate Head Women’s Volleyball Coach x2723 KING, Amanda, GA, Athletic Marketing x2702 BERTOCCHINI, Angela, GA, Athletic Business & Finance x2472 KOERNER, Zac, Assistant Men’s Water Polo Coach x2540 BRUCE, Kyle, GA Athletic Media Relations x2479 KOLZE, Brian, Head Softball Coach x2699 BYRD, Calivn, Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach x2785 KOMEIJI, Keith, Volunteer Assistant Coach x2840 KOVICH-LEE, Georgia, Director of Athletic Marketing & CARBONATTO, Gina, Volunteer Assistant Softball Coach x2700 Promotions x3108 CARSON, Jonah, Assistant Men’s Volleyball Coach x2163 CHIENE, Bob “Chino”, Head Women’s Tennis Coach x2128 LASKEY, Ben, Assistant Director, Athletic Media Relations x2730 COLEMAN, Keith, Head Women’s Soccer Coach x2129 LEE, Aven, Assistant Women’s Volleyball Coach x2723 COLEMAN, Michelle, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach x7301 LELAND, Ted, Vice President of External Relations & Athletics x2392 CORNWALL, Wendy,Asst.CoordinatorofAcademicAchievement x2934 LEWIS, Victoria, Undergraduate, Athletic Media Relations x2479 LUDWIG, Chris, Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator x2588 DALGETY, Mike, AD of Athletics for Internal Affairs x3990 DAVIS, Bradley, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach x2329 MacDONALD, Linda, Head Field Hockey Coach x2249 DAVIS, Ty, GA for Facilities and Operations x2726 MARTINEZ, Annette, Assistant Director of Athletic Trainng x2340 DICKSON, Tim, Assistant Director of Athletics for Major Gifts x3177 MAY, Donna, Assistant for Ticket Operations x2867 DORIN, Marcus, Assistant Director of Athletic Performance x2819 McCABE, Dan, Ticket Operations Manager x2030 DUGONI, Jim, Associate Director of Athletics for Development x2230 McCORMACK, Chris, Director of Baseball Operations x2386 McCORMICK, Mike, Assistant Baseball Coach x2386 FONG, Stephanie, Basketball Administrative Assistant x2341 MILLERICK, Mike, Assistant Director of Athletics for FORD, Joe, Coordinator of MBB Operations x2785 Communications x2866 FORRY, Miranda, Coordinator of WBB Operations x7303 FRASER, Jeremiah, Athletic Training GA x2588 NEAULT, Danielle, Academic Counselor x2513 FRIES, Liz, Assistant Field Hockey Coach x7304 NOGARE, Pam, Administrative Assistant x3945 NORMAN, Craig, Graduate Assistant Swimming Coach x2710 GAY, Sam, Assistant Director of Athletic Training x2499 GERBEC, Vince, GA Athletic Media Relations x2479 O’HARA, Jennifer, Athletic Training Intern x2588 GOETHALS, Brandon, Head Men’s Golf Coach x2713 GRAHAM, James, Head Men’s Water Polo Coach x2736 PADILLA, Carmen, Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach x7302 GRIFFEN, Jaci, Executive Assistant to the VP x3008 PARIS, Barb, Volleyball Administrative Assistant x2389 PERKINS, Kelly, Assistant Field Hockey Coach x7304 HAGEN, Lizzie, Assistant Softball Coach x2700 PIERCE, Lindsay, Coordinator of Athletics HAMMBERG, Christine, Business Manager x2728 Development & Special Events x2387 HANCOCK, Jessica, Assistant Softball Coach x2024 PITTENGER, Brandon, Assistant Director of Compliance x3976 HANYAK, Bob, Faculty Athletics Representative x3233 POLLASTRO, Brittany, Athletic Training GA x2588 POND, Chris, Director of Athletic Training x2588

REDONDO, Ryan, Head Men’s Tennis Coach ROBERTS, Lynne, Head Women’s Basketball Coach ROBINSON, Natalie, Undergraduate Asst. WVB

x2219 x2745 x2723

SANDOVAL, Tony, Director of Athletic Performance x2812 SCHMIT, Emily, GA for Women’s Water Polo x3998 SKY-McCORMACK, Vicki, Director of Golf Operations x2802 SPRAGUE, Ed, Head Baseball Coach x2709 ST. CLAIR, Jay, Manager of Equipment and Transportation x2375 STEVENS, Michael, Manager of Facilities & Operations x2031 TATUM RAMOS, Nikki, GA, Athletic Marketing x2702 THOMASON, Bob, Head Men’s Basketball Coach x2341 THOMSON, Megan, Head Women’s Water Polo Coach x2732 TREXLER, Holly, Associate Director of Athletics for Student Athlete Services & Compliance x2307 VANHOLLEBEKE, Amy, Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach VATER, Gave, Facilities & Operations Leadperson VERLIN, Ron, Associate Head MBB Coach VOCKER, Kimberley, Assistant Women’s Tennis Coach

x2711 x2031 x2721 x2128

WENDLAND, Julie, Donor Relations Coordinator WILKINSON, Kevin, Athletic Media Relations Assistant WORTMANN, Joe, Head Men’s Volleyball Coach & Coordinator of Academic Achievement WYATT, Lorraine, Manager of Equipment Operations

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YADON, Cristy, Head Dance Coach YORTH, Wes, Supervisor of Facilities & Event Management

x2702 x7408

OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS TO NOTE ATHLETIC TICKET OFFICE ALEX G. SPANOS CENTER PRESS ROW KLEIN FAMILY FIELD PRESS BOX PACIFIC AQUATICS CENTER

x2474 x2865 x2722 x2540

ATHLETICS FAX NUMBERS ATHLETICS MAIN ATHLETIC MEDIA RELATIONS

x2724 x2441

x2731 / x7308 x2757


Athletic Performance Tony Sandoval Director of Athletic Performance Tony Sandoval joined Pacific in April of 2007 as the assistant director before being promoted to the Director of Athletic Performance in October of 2007. He most recently served as an assistant director of strength and conditioning at Sacramento State from January 2005 through the spring of 2007. Sandoval also earned his master’s degree in sports performance in 2006 at Sacramento State. While working at Sacramento State, Sandoval also worked with UCLA on a mentorship program that allowed him to travel to Los Angeles, Calif., approximately once a month to work with Bruin athletics. Sandoval earned his bachelor’s degree from Cal State San Bernardino in December of 2004 in exercise science. During his undergraduate studies, Sandoval also served as the boxing coach and the boxing strength and conditioning coach for the city of Chino, Calif.

Strength and conditioning is an integral part of any student-athlete’s life. At Pacific, new facilities combined with a dedicated staff work toward success on the playing field for Tiger student-athletes. The multi-purpose weight training and fitness facility within the Pacific Intercollegiate Athletics Center is 4,000 square feet and includes 10 Olympic platforms, 10 racks, five bench presses, five adjustable inclines, two full racks of dumbbells, over 50 medicine balls, 35 Swiss balls, six adjustable plyometric boxes and was completed in July of 1998. The newest addition to the athletic performance facilities is a 2,000 square foot conditioning room with plyometric flooring and 20 Schwinn Spin Bikes. “The Athletic Performance Department’s goal is to help prevent the risk of injury while at the same time improving physical and mental attributes for all our student athletes,” said director Tony Sandoval. “We feel it is very important for our student athletes to be in great shape throughout the whole year so that they can compete at the highest level possible. “The benefit that our student athletes receive from our training goes beyond the weight room or conditioning field. We stress values such as discipline, accountability, team camaraderie, and competition. These traits that we build upon in every strength and conditioning session is what gives our teams the best chance to succeed during competition and in life.”

Marcus DorIn Asst. Director of Athletic Performance

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Marcus Dorin joined the Athletic Performance staff in January 2008 as the Assistant Director of Athletic Performance and is responsible for the year-round training for nine of Pacific’s athletic teams. Before coming to Pacific, Dorin spent the previous two years as the strength and conditioning coach of Butte College’s (Chico, Calif.) football, baseball, men’s basketball and softball teams. Prior to working at Butte College Dorin served as a spring training strength and conditioning intern for the Texas Rangers. Coach Dorin served as the strength and conditioning coach for seven of Chico State University’s athletic teams while he completed his master’s degree in kinesiology. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in exercise science from Chico State University.


Athletic Training Medical care of Pacific student-athletes begins with its athletic training staff and the fully operational Joseph Spracher Athletic Training Facility. The facility features the latest in injury prevention, rehabilitation, clinical diagnosis and educational research. The athletic training facility is operated and staffed by the director of athletic training Chris Pond and assistant directors of athletic training Sam Gay and Annette Martinez. Pond, Gay and Martinez are certified athletic trainers by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and oversee treatment and medical attention given to all of Pacific’s intercollegiate sports. In his 21st year at Pacific, Pond is a 1988 graduate of Utah State, and spent two years at Arizona before arriving in Stockton. The athletic training facility is also the training laboratory of Pacific’s athletic training undergraduate studies program. Pacific offers athletic training as a field of study within the University’s Department of Sport Sciences. Approximately 15 students participate annually in Pacific’s student-athlete training program. The academic needs of athletic training students are supervised by Jodi Baker (ATC), director of Pacific’s Athletic Training Education Program.

Chris Pond Director of Athletic Training

Sam Gay Assistant Director of Athletic Training

Annette Martinez Assistant Director of Athletic Training

Tiger Doctors Orthopedists Dr. Gary Alegre Dr. Steven Eager Dr. Alan Kawaguchi Dr. Edward Cahill Dr. Gary Murata Dr. Peter Salmon Dr. George Westin Jr. Dr. Roland Winter Dr. Michael Hahn Dr. Vincent Leung Dr. Anh Le Dr. Scott Bethune Dr. Eric Larson Dr. Kip Wilkins Dr. Damon Ng

General Practioner Dr. Shaukut Shah Dr. John Bylsma Radiologist Dr. Aubrey Federal Dentist Dr. Howard Chi Dr. Ray Angeli Podiatrist Dr. Bill McDonald Nurse Practioner Beth McManis

Pacific intercollegiate athletics is proud to acknowledge its team physicians as well as other medical practitioners and providers, who work in direct consultation with the athletic training staff. Their services are invaluable to the overall medical care and physical well-being of all Pacific studentathletes.

Jodi Baker Director of Athletic Training Education Programs

Chris Ludwig Athletic Training Clinical Coordinator

Jennifer O’Hara Athletic Training Intern

Jeremiah Fraser Athletic Training Graduate Assistant

Brittany Pollastro Athletic Training Graduate Assistant


Athletic Facilities

Brookside Field (Field Hockey) The Pacific athletics department boasts seven facilities for its 16 Division I intercollegiate teams. All Tiger basketball and volleyball games are held in the Alex G. Spanos Center (top left), with lockerrooms located in the central athletics department.

Alex G. Spanos (Basketball & Center Volleyball)

In 2006, Pacific saw the opening of its first oncampus baseball field, Klein Family Field (bottom right). Klein Family Field is one of two on-campus facilities with stadium lights that allow for night games throughout the season. The Pacific baseball team’s home seats 2,500 and capacity grew even larger in the fall of 2008, with the addition of two new luxury boxes on the upper concourse. Pacific’s women’s soccer team competes in Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium, which was former-

Amos Alonzo Stagg Memorial Stadium (Soccer)

Hal Nelson Tennis Courts & Roy and Jean Sanders Tennis Clubhouse (Tennis)


Athletic Facilities

Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium (Athletics & Recreation) Chris Kjeldsen Pool Complex (Swimming & Water Polo) ly the home of Pacific football. Stagg was built in 1950 and has undergone several renovative efforts since. The Tiger swimming and water polo teams hold their contests at Chris Kjeldsen Pool, located adjacent to the athletics department. The complex also holds lockerrooms and coaches’ offices. In 2008 the pool was resurfaced with new siding to make it one of the faster pools in the Big West Conference. Pacific athletics is dedicated to providing students with top-notch facilities, and the JanssenLagorio Gymnasium is the newest addition to the Tigers’ facilities. The multi-purpose practice facility was officially opened in December 2009.

Bill Simoni Field (Softball)

Field Klein Family (Baseball)


Tiger Team Capsules Pacific picked up a conference championship in softball in 2011, the Tigers’ first-ever softball title. The Tigers garnered five conference player of the year honors while taking home 71 all-conference awads. Pacific also had one Academic All-Americans and 62 Academic All-Conference Team athletes. BASEBALL – Final Record: 17-37 (9-15 Big West Conference) Notes: • Three All-Big West honorees with sophomore Dustin Torchio earning first team honors while seniors Matt Carvutto and Brian Martin each were named to the second team. • The Tigers beat three ranked teams with victories over No. 10 Cal State Fullerton, No. 13 Cal and No. 17 UC Irvine. • Senior Brian Martin finished his career second alltime in Pacific in hits and became one of four players to reach 200 career hits, 100 career RBI and 100 runs scored as a Tiger. • Senior RHP Jake Hummel earned Big West Pitcher of the Week honors for his complete-game shutout over San Francisco, while junior OF Daniel Johnston earned BWC Player of the Week honors after hitting .538 in a three-game series against UC Davis. MEN’S BASKETBALL – Final Record: 16-15 (8-8 Big West Conference) Notes: • Pacific finished fourth in the Big West during the regular season, but fell in the first round to No. 5 seed, and eventual tournament champion, UC Santa Barbara • Senior Sam Willard and sophomore Allen Huddleston each earned All-Big West Conference honors. • Willard was named All-Big West First Team, after a senior season in which he led the Big West and was 11th in the NCAA in rebounding with 10.6 rebounds per game. • Willard became the only Tiger in program history to score 1,000 points, grab 800 rebounds and nab 80 steals.

Softball - Big West Champions WOMEN’S BASKETBALL – Final Record: 9-22 (5-11 Big West Conference) Notes: • The Tigers finished seventh in the Big West to earn a bid into the Big West Championship tournament. • Pacific advanced to the semifinals of the Big West tournament for the first time in five years after posting their first win at UC Santa Barbara in 24 seasons in the quarterfinals. • Freshmen Danielle Peacon and Gena Johnson each earned All-Big West honorable mention and All-Freshmen honors for their play. Peacon also took home all-tournament honors for her performance in the championship tournament. • On Dec. 28, the Tigers hosted No. 1 UCONN, taking on the historic Huskies in front of a record 6,150 fans at the Spanos Center. CROSS COUNTRY – Final Record: Ninth of nine at Big West Championships Notes: • During the Big West Conference championships the entire team set their personal best times. • The team improved its overall time from the 2009 season by seven minutes and improved the average time by over two minutes. • Freshman Melissa Hopper and sophomore Jazmin Quiroz competed at the NCAA West Regionals to close out the year.

T.J. Bordeaux

Golf - Pacific Invitational Champions

FIELD HOCKEYFinal Record: 2-16 (0-6 NorPac Conference West Division) Notes: • Senior Kelly Perkins and junior Amanda Spellman each earned All-NorPac Conference honors, • Spellman was selected to the All-NorPac Tournament team. GOLF – Final Record: Second of Eight at Big West Championships Notes: • Pacific earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament making their first trip to the postseason since 2001-02. • The Tigers finished seventh of 13 teams at the San Diego Regional • As a team, Pacific took home the Pacific Invitational title with a program record -23, 827 three day total. • Senior T.J. Bordeaux won the Pacific Invitational with a program record -15, 198 total. He set the program single-round record in round 2 with a -10, 61. • Senior Alex Johnson won the Fresno State Lexus Classic in a playoff and shot a -6, 210. • Four Tigers’ earned All-Big West honors at the end of the year as T.J. Bordeaux and Alex Johnson earned first team honors while Alex Edfort and Patrick Kucich earned honorable mention honors. SOCCER – Final Record: 8-8-3 (5-3-0 Big West Conference) Notes: • Pacific played one of the toughest schedules in the nation in 2010 as they played seven matches against top-25 teams. • Finishing fourth in the conference, the Tigers made the Big West tournament for the second time in three seasons, falling in the opening round, 2-1, to UC Irvine on the road. • Five Tigers earned All-Big West Conference honors, including Freshman of the Year Brittni Beeman. Senior Kylee Ah Choy earned first team honors, her secondconsecutive top honor.

Pacific vs. UConn


Tiger Team Capsules WOMEN’S SWIMMING – Final Record: Seventh of nine at MPSF Championships Notes: • Pacific finished seventh in the first MPSF Swimming Championships. • Jayme Swalin, Elena Walterman, MaryElla Randall and Shelby Bolin all earned All-MPSF honors in the pool. Swalin earned first team honors in the 1650 Free. • The Tigers placed five swimmers on the all-academic team at the conclusion of the season. MEN’S TENNIS – Final Record: 13-11 (3-2 Big West Conference) Notes: • The Tigers were ranked as high as No. 74 in February. • Pacific swept UC Davis as well as UC Riverside in the month of April. • Coach Redondo was selected as Coach for the USTA Northern California Team for the 38th annual Maze Cup. • Six Tigers were honored with Big West recognition and All- Conference Team selections.

Jenifer Widjaja SOFTBALL – Final Record: 37-19 (16-5 Big West Conference) 2011 Big West Champions Notes: • Pacific won its first ever Big West championship after posting a 16-5 record in conference play. • The Tigers made the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2007, earning the conference’s automatic bid while being placed in the Stanford Regional. Pacific went 0-2 at the regional falling to No. 11 Stanford (3-0) and No. 16 Nebraska (11-1). • As a team the Tigers put together a historic campaign at the plate as Pacific finished with the Big West and the program’s single-season batting record after posting a .323 average. The Tigers’ finished No. 13 nationally at the plate. • Pacific took home three major honors in the Big West as head coach Brian Kolze was named the conference’s coach of the year while sophomore Nikki Armagost was named the Player of the Year and freshman Kelsey Rodriguez was named the Freshman Player of the Year. • A Big West record seven first team all-conference slots were given to the Tigers as Nikki Armagost (pitcher & utility), Megan Hom (outfield), Nicole Matson (first base), Amy Moore (catcher), Lindsey Pierce (outfield) and Kelsey Rodriguez (designated player). • Three Tigers earned all-region honors as Nikki Armagost, Megan Hom and Kelsey Rodriguez all earned second team honors. Rodriguez became just the third freshman in program history to earn the award. MEN’S SWIMMING – Final Record: Second of three at MPSF Championships Notes: • In the inaugural season of swimming for the MPSF, the Tigers finished second at the championship tournament. • 14 swimmers earned all-conference honors at the end of the year for the Tigers with Nathan LeRoy and Roger Ward earning awards in two different events. • In addition to athletic endeavors, the Tigers placed eight swimmers on the all-academic team.

WOMEN’S TENNIS – Final Record: 9-12 (4-4 Big West Conference) Notes: • The Tigers swept the Cal State Fullerton Titans and the UC Riverside Highlanders. • Susan Te clinched the match to advance the Tigers to the semifinal round of the Big West Championships after winning her nearly five hour long singles match against UCSB product Kiersten Meehan. • Pacific advanced to the semifinal round at the Big West Championships at Indian Wells, California. • Two Tigers were selected as Big West Athletes of the week (Kateryna Nezhura and Jenifer Widjaja), one was competitor of the month for the month of April (Susan Te), and one was Big West Tennis Player of the Year (Jenifer Widjaja). MEN’S VOLLEYBALL – Final Record: 11-19 (5-17 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) Notes: • Pacific achieved its first national ranking since 2007 and finished the season ranked No. 14 in the Association (AVCA) poll. • At the end of the year two Tigers earned All-MPSF honors as freshman Javier Caceres and sophomore Taylor Hughes each earned honorable mention honors as voted upon by coaches.

Brittni Beeman

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL – Final Record: 19-11 (9-7 Big West Conference) Notes: • Head Coach Greg Gibbons took over the helm of the program as the seventh head coach in program history on Jan. 28, 2010. • Pacific finished fifth in the Big West after going 9-7 in conference games. • The Tigers biggest win of the season came against No. 24 Arizona when Pacific knocked off the Wildcats 3-1 at the Wolf Pack Invitational. • Pacific won the 32nd Annual Bankers Classic at home in September. Sophomore Hannah Clancy was named the tournament’s MVP. • Senior Svenja Engelhardt capped a phenomenal career with her first-ever All-Region selection, First Team All-Big West honors and finished 16th in the NCAA in kills per game. • Junior Samantha Misa and freshman Jennifer Sanders also garnered all-conference recognition at the end of the year for the Tigers. MEN’S WATER POLO – Final Record: 17-11 (4-4 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) Notes: • Pacific’s kicked off the 2010 season receiving national attention when they swept the competition at the Triton Invitational, which included wins over No. 6 LMU and No. 11 UC San Diego. • During MPSF Conference play the Tigers finished the season with a 4-4 record that included a 10-9 upset over No. 3 Stanford. • The Tigers ended the season 17-11 (4-4 MPSF) and finished seventh at the MPSF Tournament. • Three players earned all-america honors at the end of the year as Goran Tomasevic earned his second consecutive award while Balazs Erdlyi and Alex Malkis made their first appearance on the team. WOMEN’S WATER POLO – Final Record: 21-12 (2-3 Big West Conference) Notes: • Pacific finished fifth at the Big West championships after finishing the regular season fourth in the conference standings. • The Tigers picked up their second-straight 20+ win season after finishing just two wins shy of their program record set last season. • Three Tigers earned All-Big West honors at the end of the year with Dara Tawarahara picking up Pacific’s only first team award. Mandy King and Michele Relton each earned honorable mention honors. • For the second consecutive season Dara Tawarahara was named an Honorable Mention All-American at the end of the season.

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