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2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 10 -11 B il l ike n S w im m i n g & D i v i n g table of contents

Coaching staff

Program Quick Facts_____________________________ 2010-11 Schedule_______________________________ 2011 NCAA Standards____________________________ 2010-11 Rosters_ _______________________________

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2010-11 Billiken Veterans Kaitlyn Adams__________________________________ 4 Eric Anderson_ _________________________________ 4 Jimmy Brabbins_________________________________ 5 Maggie Brabbins________________________________ 5 Brian Brasser___________________________________ 6 Will Butzke_____________________________________ 6 Chad Carmichael________________________________ 7 Kelsey Coleman_ _______________________________ 7 Tom Costigan___________________________________ 8 Molly Culver____________________________________ 8 Michael Dahle__________________________________ 9 Kyle Embrey_ __________________________________ 9 Samantha Getty________________________________ 10 Jordan Hagar__________________________________ 10 Laura Hahn____________________________________11 Billy Hrabovsky_________________________________11 Ariel Hyams___________________________________ 12 Mike Kelly_ ___________________________________ 12 Blake Kocian__________________________________ 13 Katie Kolster_ _________________________________ 13 Emily Kopec___________________________________ 14 Spencer Litzau_________________________________ 14 Chris Mandli___________________________________ 15 Tom Miazga___________________________________ 15 Alexa Milewski_________________________________ 16 Elizabeth Molloy_ ______________________________ 16 Marco Navarro_________________________________ 17 Ethan Paster__________________________________ 17 Michael Quinn_________________________________ 18 Katie Robertson________________________________ 18 B.J. Sayre____________________________________ 19 Jessica Schwarz_______________________________ 19 Stephen Sheridan______________________________ 20 Allison Storm__________________________________ 20 Taylor Streid___________________________________ 21 Hannah Tautz_ ________________________________ 21

2010-11 Billiken Newcomers Anne Marie Christensen_________________________ Christiana Eltiste_______________________________ Marissa Gill___________________________________ Megan La Suer________________________________ Ellie Lorenzi___________________________________ Patrick Merlihan________________________________ Lizzy Osterman________________________________ Taylor Rogers_ ________________________________ Molly Sheridan_________________________________ Sarah Sikora__________________________________ Theresa Skelly_________________________________ Hannah Soltys_________________________________ Hunter Stevenson______________________________

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Head Coach Jim Halliburton______________________ Diving Coach Greg Triefenbach_ __________________ Assistant Coach Brad Byars______________________ Assistant Coach Jessen Wabeke_ _________________ Assistant Coach Stefan Yarbrough_________________

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2009-10 in Review 2010 A-10 Championship Results__________________ 28 2009-10 Results_ ____________________________ 29-30 2009-10 Men’s Top Times______________________ 31-33 2009-10 Women’s Top Times_ __________________ 34-36

program history Record Holders________________________________ 36 All-Time Letterwinners_________________________ 37-39 Billiken Honor Roll______________________________ 40 Men’s Record Book___________________________ 41-43 Coaching Ledger_______________________________ 43 Women’s Record Book________________________ 44-46 Year-By-Year Results_ ________________________ 47-50 Series History_ ________________________________ 51

The University Saint Louis University_________________________ 52-53 University President Father Biondi_ ________________ 54 Director of Athletics Chris May_ ___________________ 55 Athletics Staff Directory________________________ 56-57 Community Service_____________________________ 58 Academic Honors_ _____________________________ 59 Strength & Conditioning__________________________ 60 Sports Medicine________________________________ 61 Saint Louis University Facilities____________________ 62 NCAA Booster Guidelines________________________ 63 City of St. Louis______________________________ 64-65

Credits The 2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming & Diving Virtual Viewbook was compiled, written and edited by Heather Freehill, Academic Services. Contributors include Brian Kunderman, Mickey Smith and Chuck Yahng. Photography by Bill Barrett and Dave Preston. Any material may be reproduced with the permission of the editor. For more information, contact the Billiken Media Relations office at 314/977-7063, write to 3330 Laclede Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 or email swimming and diving contact Chuck Yahng at yahngc@slu.edu.

Athletics Mission Statement The mission of the department of athletics is to provide a program of intercollegiate athletics that fosters and supports a positive educational and athletic experience, not only for student-athletes, but also for the entire Saint Louis University community. The athletics program is guided by the highest standards and ideals of integrity, sportspersonship, ethical conduct, equitable opportunities for all students and staff, including women and minorities, academic excellence and athletics achievement. The intercollegiate athletics program strives to develop the whole person (body, mind and spirit) in accord with the Jesuit, Catholic mission of Saint Louis University.

2010-11 Quick Facts

Location_____________________________ St. Louis, Mo. Founded_ __________________________________ 1818 Enrollment_________________________________13,313 Nickname_ _______________________________Billikens Colors__________________________Royal Blue & White Home Facility_ ______________ Simon Recreation Center Affiliation__________________________ NCAA Division I Conference_____________________________ Atlantic 10 President__________________Rev. Lawrence Biondi, S.J. Director of Athletics_______________________ Chris May Athletic Dept. Phone___________________ 314/977-3177 Athletics Website________________ www.slubillikens.com Head Coach_ _______________________ Jim Halliburton Alma mater__________________________ Indiana, 1982 Office Phone_________________________ 314/977-3252 Email_____________________________ hallibje@slu.edu Career Record / Years_______________281-92-1 / 9 years SLU Record_________________________________ same SID Contact___________________________Chuck Yahng Office Phone_________________________ 314/977-2524 Email_____________________________ yahngc@slu.edu Fax_ _______________________________ 314/977-3178

2010-11 Schedule

Date Opponent Time Oct. 2 at Show-Me Showdown All Day Columbia, Mo. Oct. 3 at Butler Quad 11 a.m. Indianapolis, Ind. Oct. 8 Western Illinois 6 p.m. Simon Recreation Center Oct. 9 at Washington University 1 p.m. St. Louis, Mo. Oct. 30 at Lindenwood 1 p.m. St. Peters, Mo. Nov. 13 Illinois-Chicago 5 p.m. Simon Recreation Center Nov. 20-21 at Washington University Invite All Day St. Louis, Mo. Dec. 3 Lindenwood 5 p.m. Simon Recreation Center Jan. 15 South Dakota State 5 p.m. Simon Recreation Center Jan. 16 South Dakota State 10 a.m. Simon Recreation Center Jan. 21 at IUPUI/Valparaiso 5 p.m. Indianapolis, Ind. Jan. 22 at Lindenwood Quad 1 p.m. St. Charles, Mo. Jan. 29 at Evansville 1 p.m. Evansville, Ind. Feb. 5 at Eastern Illinois 11:30 a.m. Charleston, Ill. Feb. 23-26 at Atlantic 10 Championships All Day Buffalo, N.Y. All times are Central and subject to change Home meets (Bold) are held at the Simon Recreation Center on the SLU campus


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 10 -11 B il l ike n Me n ’s R o s te r

Men’s roster Name Yr. Ht. Hometown / Last School Eric Anderson RS-So. 5-10 Fenton, Mo. / DeSmet Jimmy Brabbins Jr. 6-4 Beverly Hills, Mich. / Brother Rice Brian Brasser Jr. 6-0 Centerville, Ohio / Centerville Will Butzke So. 6-2 Batavia, Ill. / Marmion Academy Chad Carmichael Jr. 5-7 Westlake, Ohio / Saint Ignatius Tom Costigan Jr. 5-11 Centennial, Colo. / Regis Jesuit Michael Dahle Sr. 6-1 St. Louis, Mo. / Lindbergh Kyle Embrey Jr. 5-11 Millington, Tenn. / Munford Billy Hrabovsky Jr. 5-7 Cheyenne, Wyo. / Central Mike Kelly Jr. 6-0 Castle Rock, Colo. / Regis Jesuit Blake Kocian Jr. 6-1 Clarendon Hills, Ill. / Hinsdale Central Spencer Litzau So. 6-2 Ballwin, Mo. / Marquette Chris Mandli So. 6-3 Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. / The Benjamin School Patrick Merlihan Fr. 6-4 Yorba Linda, Calif. / Esperanza Tom Miazga So. 5-9 Milwaukee, Wis. / Cedarburg Marco Navarro So. 5-10 Chandler, Ariz. / Brophy College Prep Ethan Paster So. 5-10 Fairfax, Va. / Fairfax Michael Quinn So. 5-10 White Bear Lake, Minn. / Saint Thomas B.J. Sayre Sr. 6-0 Indianapolis, Ind. / Brebeuf Jesuit Prep Stephen Sheridan Sr. 5-8 Tampa, Fla. / Jesuit Hunter Stevenson Fr. 6-0 Leawood, Kan. / Shawnee Mission East Head Coach: Jim Halliburton Diving Coach: Greg Triefenbach Assistant Coaches: Jessen Wabeke, Brad Byars and Stefan Yarbrough


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 10 -11 B il l ike n Wome n ’s R o s te r

Women’s roster Name Yr. Ht. Hometown / Last School Kaitlyn Adams Sr. 5-3 Terrace Park, Ohio / Mariemont Maggie Brabbins So. 5-7 Beverly Hills, Mich. / Marian Anne Marie Christensen Fr. 5-5 Quincy, Ill. / Quincy Senior Kelsey Coleman So. 5-6 Bloomingdale, Ill. / Lake Park Molly Culver Jr. 5-8 Bourbonnais, Ill. / Bradley Bourbonnais Christiana Eltiste Fr. 5-6 Omaha, Neb. / Westside Samantha Getty So. 5-7 Excelsior, Minn. / Chaska Marissa Gill Fr. 5-7 Sterling, Ill. / Newman Central Catholic Jordan Hagar Sr. 5-7 Plattsmouth, Neb. / Marian Laura Hahn Sr. 5-5 Sugar Land, Texas / St. Agnes Kaleigh Halliburton Fr. 5-9 Wildwood, Mo. / Cor Jesu Ariel Hyams So. 5-8 Anchorage, Alaska / West Anchorage Katie Kolster Jr. 5-9 Delafield, Wis. / Arrowhead Emily Kopec So. 5-4 Cedar Rapids, Iowa / George Washington Megan La Suer Fr. 5-4 Des Moines, Iowa / Lincoln Ellie Lorenzi Fr. 5-9 Lake Geneva, Wis. / Badger

Name Yr. Ht. Hometown / Last School Alexa Milewski So. 5-5 Rochester, Mich. / Mercy Elizabeth Molloy So. 5-6 Covington, Wash. / Kentwood Lizzy Osterman Fr. 5-3 Southlake, Texas / Nolan Catholic Katie Robertson Sr. 5-7 Cincinnati, Ohio / Ursuline Taylor Rogers Fr. 5-9 Libertyville, Ill. / Libertyville Jessica Schwarz Sr. 5-6 Ballwin, Mo. / Parkway West Molly Sheridan Fr. 5-6 Tampa, Fla. / Academy of the Holy Names Sarah Sikora Fr. 5-2 Munster, Ind. / Munster Theresa Skelly Fr. 5-8 Phoenix, Ariz. / Sunnyslope Hannah Soltys Fr. 5-5 Naperville, Ill. / Neuqua Valley Allison Storm So. 5-6 Danville, Ind. / Brebeuf Jesuit Prep Taylor Streid So. 5-5 Peoria, Ill. / Notre Dame Hannah Tautz Jr. 5-3 Littleton, Colo. / Littleton Head Coach: Jim Halliburton Diving Coach: Greg Triefenbach Assistant Coaches: Jessen Wabeke, Brad Byars and Stefan Yarbrough


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Kaitlyn ADAMS

Eric ANDERSON

5-3 • Senior Terrace Park, Ohio Mariemont

5-10 • Junior Fenton, Mo. DeSmet

Major: Criminal Justice

Major: Spanish, Modern & Classical Languages

2009-10

2009-10

Helped the 200-medley relay record the third-fastest time in program annals (1:48.46) at the A-10 Championships … was the Bills’ top finisher in the 100 breast (1:09.43) at the A-10s, coming in 19th in the prelim with a personal best and the team’s fastest time of the season Personal Bests … placed 22nd in the 200-breast prelim 100 Breast_ _________________ 1:09.43 (2:32.70) and 43rd in the 500-free prelim at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) (5:35.32) at the A-10s … her 500-free effort 200 Breast_ _________________ 2:32.53 was a personal best … finished first in the at IUPUI Quad (11/14/08) 100 breast (1:12.38) in the UALR-Stephens 200 IM______________________ 2:20.62 meet … won the 200 breast (2:37.53) in at Butler Quad (10/5/08) the Stephens-Lindenwood meet … placed 400 IM______________________ 4:58.47 second in the 100 breast at Eastern Illinois at IUPUI Quad (11/14/08) and at the Wash U dual … finished third in the 100 (1:11.29) and 200 (2:36.08) breast at the Lindenwood Quad … came in third in the 100 breast at the Lindenwood Invitational and vs. IUPUI … recorded a third-place finish in the 200 breast (2:34.47) at Western Illinois … turned in a third-place finish in the 200 breast (2:35.61) vs. Eastern Illinois … named to spring 2010 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

Did not compete due to injury … named to spring 2010 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2008-09 Swam a leg of the 200-medley relay that turned in the second-fastest time in school history (1:47.98) at the A-10 Championships … posted a first-place finish in the 100 breast (1:11.72) at the Lindenwood Invitational … recorded two personal bests at the IUPUI Quad … finished second in the 100 breast (1:12.69) at Wash U … came in fourth in the 100 breast (1:12.94) at the Lindenwood Quad … named to the fall 2008 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

At Mariemont Helped the 400-free relay place third at the 2007 Division 2 state finals as a senior … the Warriors placed fifth at the 2007 Division 2 state championships … finished 13th in the 100 breast and 14th in the 200 IM at the 2007 state meet … was a member of the 400-free relay that placed second at the state finals in 2006 … placed 11th in the 100 breast as a junior at the state meet … touched 13th in the 100 breast as a freshman at the state meet … received the team MVP/Lary Lyons Award … was a four-year letterwinner … four-year honor roll member … was a member of the National Honor Society … swam for the St. Michaels club team and the ME Lyons YMCA … her YMCA squad captured a national championship.

2008-09 Personal Bests 100 Fly_ ______________________ 54.43 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) 200 Fly_ ____________________ 2:02.17 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) 200 IM______________________ 2:06.60 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre)

Turned in personal bests in the 100 and 200 fly and the 200 IM at the A-10 Championships … also recorded two personal bests apiece at the Butler Quad and the IUPUI Quad … named to the fall 2008 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

At DeSmet

Finished third in the June 2008 Escape from Alcatraz Open Water Swim in San Francisco … four-time USA Scholastic All-American … as a senior, qualified for state in the 100 back and 100 fly … earned All-Metro honorable mention plaudits in 2007 … was a three-year letterwinner in swimming and played one season of water polo … was a member of the Rockwood swim club … competed in the Speedo Championship Region 8 Sections meet the last four years … was a National Honor Society member.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Jimmy BRABBINS

Maggie BRABBINS

6-4 • Junior Beverly Hills, Mich. Brother Rice

5-7 • Sophomore Beverly Hills, Mich. Marian

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Major: Nursing

2009-10

2009-10

Swam the leadoff leg of the 200-medley relay, which registered the second-fastest time in program history (1:34.00) at the A-10 Championships … tied for 21st in the 100-fly prelim (52.23) and came in 26th in the 100-back (53.24) and 200-back (1:57.24) prelims at the Personal Bests A-10s … his 100- and 200-back performances 50 Free_______________________ 21.70 were personal bests … was a member of the at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-trials) 400-free relay that turned in the fifth-best 100 Free______________________ 48.06 time (3:07.57) in SLU annals at the A-10s at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-trials) … recorded a second-place finish and a 1000 Free__________________ 10:20.04 personal best in the 1000 free (10:20.04) vs. Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Eastern Illinois … garnered second-place 100 Back______________________ 53.24 honors in the 200 IM (2:06.73) vs. IUPUI … at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) touched second in the 100 back (56.87) vs. 100 Fly_ ______________________ 51.69 Evansville … placed third in the 100 free at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) (50.04) at IUPUI … came in third in the 100 fly at the Lindenwood Invitational and at the Wash U dual … finished third in the 200 back (2:05.75) at Western Illinois … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

Helped the 200-free (1:38.21) and 800-free (7:43.64) relays establish school records at the A-10 Championships … anchored the 400-free (3:34.20) and 400-medley (3:56.80) relays that each clocked the third-fastest time in school history at the A-10s … placed 29th Personal Bests in the 500 free (5:15.53), 31st in the 200 free 50 Free_______________________ 24.60 (1:58.71) and 35th in the 100 free (54.52) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-relay) at the A-10s … posted SLU’s top 50 free 100 Free______________________ 54.52 (24.60) effort of the season in a relay split at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) at the A-10s, that performance ranks third 200 Free____________________ 1:58.71 in program history … established personal at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) bests in the 50, 100, 200 and 500 free at the 500 Free____________________ 5:15.53 conference championships … came in first at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) in the 100 free and second in the 1000 free 100 Fly_ ____________________ 1:05.47 at the Stephens-Lindenwood meet … placed at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) first in the 100 free and second in the 50 free at the Stephens-UALR meet … finished second in the 50 free and third in the 100 free vs. IUPUI … tied for second in the 100 free and placed third in the 200 free at Western Illinois … touched second in the 50 free (25.80) at Eastern Illinois … came in second in the 500 free (5:23.59) at the IUPUI Quad … recorded third-place efforts in the 200 IM and 1000 free at IUPUI … touched third in the 100 and 200 free at the Lindenwood Quad … garnered third-place honors in the 50 free (25.68) at the Wash U dual … finished third in the 1000 free (11:24.79) at the Lindenwood Invitational … placed third in the 500 free (5:27.30) at the South Dakota State-South Dakota meet … captured third-place honors in the 100 free (56.72) vs. Evansville … posted a ninth-place finish in the 500 free (5:25.37) and 14th-place efforts in the 50 free (25.77) at the Show-Me Showdown.

2008-09 Helped the 400-free (3:06.42), 200-medley (1:33.81) and 400-medley (3:24.99) relays shatter school records at the A-10 Championships … also swam on the 200-free relay that turned in the fourth-fastest time in SLU annals (1:24.96) at the A-10s … was a member of the 200-medley relay that clocked the seventh-best time in school history (1:36.68) at the IUPUI dual … finished 18th in the 100 fly (51.69) at the A-10s … came in first in the 100 fly (52.14) and 500 free (4:52.86) at IUPUI … earned four personal bests at the league championships … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

At Brother Rice Was a two-time All-American and four-time All-State selection … led his team to a Division I state championship in 2007 as a junior … helped the Warriors finish among the top four teams in the state all four years … competed in the state meet every year … guided his team to four Catholic League crowns … was selected to the All-Area and All-County teams … was a four-year letterwinner … was a member of the Birmingham Blue Dolphins club team … helped the Blue Dolphins finish fifth at the 2008 YMCA Nationals despite battling food poisoning for much of the meet … was a member of Phi Beta Kappa … earned the Award of Excellence/Achievements for English II and French II.

At Marian Awarded NISCA/Speedo Girls High School Swimming All-America plaudits after her 200free relay squad finished with one of the top 100 times nationally at the state meet her senior year … capped her junior and senior seasons by helping the Mustangs capture MHSAA Division III state titles … earned All-State accolades as a senior after helping her team finish among the top eight in four events at the state meet … anchored the first-place 200-free relay (1:37.87) that eclipsed the Division III record at the 2008 state meet and swam the leadoff leg of the 400-free relay squad (3:35.39) that also finished first, breaking the Division III record … finished third in the 200 free (1:56.25) and fifth in the 500 free (5:14.79) at the state meet her senior year … served as team captain as a senior … named to the 2008 All-County honorable mention squad … voted Most Valuable Performer by her teammates … four-year letterwinner … six-time honor roll member … was a member of the Birmingham Blue Dolphins club team … her brother, Jimmy, is a member of the SLU men’s swimming and diving squad.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Brian BRASSER

Will BUTZKE

6-0 • Junior Centerville, Ohio Centerville

6-2 • Sophomore Batavia, Ill. Marmion

Major: Business Administration

Major: Business Administration

2009-10

2009-10

Twice broke his own SLU standard in the 100 breast at the A-10s … posted a third-place time of 57.36 in the 100-breast prelim at the conference championships and bettered his performance with a 57.19 effort in the final to finish fourth overall … was a member of Personal Bests the 200-medley (1:34.00) and 400-medley 100 Breast_ __________________ 57.19* (3:26.61) relays that each recorded the at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) second-fastest time in SLU annals at the 200 Breast_ _________________ 2:11.20 A-10 Championships … came in 19th in the at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) 200-breast (2:11.50) and 37th in the 200 IM 200 IM______________________ 1:59.78 (2:02.57) at the A-10s … owned SLU’s top at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) performance of the season in the 100 breast * denotes school record … finished first the 100 breast vs. IUPUI, at the IUPUI Quad, vs. Evansville and at South Dakota State … touched second in the 100 breast at Eastern Illinois, at the Lindenwood Invitational and at the Wash U dual … placed second in the 200 breast vs. Lindenwood and at Western Illinois … came in third in the 200 breast (2:19.69) at the South Dakota State-South Dakota meet … finished eighth in the 50 breast (27.71) at the Show-Me Showdown.

Recorded SLU’s top 100-fly time of the season (50.94), which was also a personal best and third-best performance in school history in the A-10 prelim … placed 15th in the 100-fly final (51.62) after coming in ninth in the prelim … was a member of the 200-medley (1:34.00) Personal Bests and 400-medley (3:26.61) relays that each 50 Free_______________________ 21.63 registered the second-fastest time in school at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) history at the A-10 Championships … also 100 Free______________________ 50.27 swam on the 200-free relay (1:24.66), which at SDSU/South Dakota (1/16/10-relay) clocked the No. 3 time in SLU annals at the 200 Free____________________ 1:50.52 A-10s … touched 21st in the 200 fly (1:57.20) at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) and tied for 25th in the 50 free (21.63) at the 500 Free____________________ 5:07.37 conference championships, both of which at IUPUI (1/22/10) were personal bests … received team honors 100 Back____________________ 1:01.31 as the Most Improved … touched first in the at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) 50 free (23.02) at Western Illinois … won the 100 Fly_ ______________________ 50.94 100 fly vs. IUPUI and at South Dakota State at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) … finished first in the 100 fly and second in 200 Fly_ ____________________ 1:57.20 the 500 free at IUPUI … came in second in at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) the 200 fly at the South Dakota State-South Dakota meet, vs. Lindenwood and vs. Eastern Illinois … placed second in the 100 fly vs. Evansville, at the Lindenwood Invitational and at the IUPUI Quad … posted an eighth-place effort in the 100 fly (53.18) and a 10th-place finish in the 50 fly (24.03) at the Show-Me Showdown … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

2008-09 Eclipsed the school record in the 100 breast (57.66) in the prelims at the A-10 Championships, and went on to post the fourth- (57.92) and fifth-best (58.09) times in the final and trials, respectively … finished eighth in the 100-breast final (57.92) and 18th in the 200-breast final (2:11.20) at the A-10s … helped the 200-medley relay eclipse the school standard (1:33.81) at the league championships … swam on the 400-medley relay, which turned in the 10th-best effort all time at SLU (3:34.38) during the Butler Quad … at the IUPUI dual, was a member of the 200-medley relay that posted the seventh-fastest effort in school history (1:36.68) … also was a member of the 400-medley relay at the Lindenwood Quad that registered the eighth-best time in Billiken history (3:34.00) … touched first in the 100 breast at Wash U, the Lindenwood Invitational, Evansville and South Dakota State … finished first in the 200 breast (2:14.07) at Illinois-Chicago … placed second in the 200 breast (2:17.86) at the Butler Quad … came in second in the 1000 free (10:46.98) vs. Western Illinois … finished second in the 100 breast at the IUPUI Quad and vs. Eastern Illinois … posted a third-place performance in the 100 breast (1:01.10) at the Lindenwood Quad.

At Centerville Finished fifth in the 100 breast at the 2008 state meet as a senior … holds the school record in the 100 breast (57.91) … named to the 2008 All-District squad … chosen team MVP as a senior … was a member of the 200-medley relay squad that placed eighth at the 2007 state meet … helped the Elks to district runner-up honors as a junior … was a three-year letterwinner.

At Marmion Led his team to conference and sectional titles as a senior en route to a fourth-place effort at the IHSA state meet … finished second in the 100 fly (51.85) at the sectional meet … was named to the All-Conference and All-Area honorable mention squads … helped the Cadets finish unbeaten in dual meets his senior year … two-year letterwinner in swimming … also played football his first two years of high school … earned Superior Academic Honors as a sophomore and junior … awarded Distinguished Academic Honors in each of his final three years … was a member of the Academy Bullets club squad … the Bullets were the 2008 Senior Short Course Team Champs and finished seventh at the Short Course Junior Nationals in 2009.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Chad CARMICHAEL

Kelsey COLEMAN

5-7 • Junior Westlake, Ohio Saint Ignatius

5-6 • Sophomore Bloomingdale, Ill. Lake Park

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Major: Leadership & Change Mgmt.

2009-10

2009-10

Shattered the school record on the three-meter board (340.13) vs. Lindenwood … qualified for the NCAA Zone Meet for the second straight season … posted the Bills’ top one-meter (302.40) score of the season, which is also fifth in the Billiken record book, at the Lindenwood Personal Bests Invitational … finished third in the three-meter One-Meter____________________ 308.10 final (297.55) at the conference championships at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) with the seventh-best score in school history Three-Meter _________________ 340.13* … came in fifth in the A-10 three-meter prelim Lindenwood (12/4/09) (261.70) … came in 12th on the one-meter * denotes school record board (193.35) at the A-10s … turned in the seventh- (288.90) and eighth-best (287.05) one-meter performances all time with first-place efforts vs. Lindenwood and Evansville, respectively … his 296.50 on the three-meter board at the Lindenwood Invitational ranks ninth in program history … swept the one- and three-meter competitions at Wash U and vs. Lindenwood … captured first-place honors on the one-meter board vs. Eastern Illinois and against Evansville … finished first on the three-meter board at the IUPUI Quad … came in second on the one- (268.00) and three-meter (281.40) boards at the Lindenwood Quad … finished second in the three-meter competition (296.50) at the Lindenwood Invitational … came in second on the one-meter board (236.87) at Western Illinois … turned in a second-place effort in the three-meter event (409.05) and came in third on the one-meter board (419.50) at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational … placed first in the three-meter competition and third on the one-meter board at the South Dakota State-South Dakota meet … came in third on both boards at the South Dakota State dual … won the one-meter event and recorded a third-place performance on the three-meter board at the Butler Quad.

Finished 37th in the 100 back (1:03.32) and 52nd in the 50 free (26.21) and 100 free (56.79) at the A-10 Championships, all personal bests … earned team Best Attitude plaudits … came in third in the 50 free (27.13) vs. IUPUI … named to spring 2010 A-10 Commissioner’s Personal Bests Honor Roll. 50 Free_______________________ 26.21

2008-09 Qualified for the NCAA Zone Diving Meet … twice named A-10 Rookie of the Week (Nov. 3 and Feb. 9) … placed seventh in the three-meter event (252.30) and eighth on the onemeter board (222.40) at the A-10 Championships … owns four of the top 10 one-meter scores in school history … has posted four of SLU’s top 10 performances all time on the three-meter board … boasted Saint Louis’ top one- and three-meter performances of the season … his one-meter (308.10) and three-meter (316.15) scores at the Lindenwood Invitational each ranked third in the A-10 … swept the one- and three-meter events at the Lindenwood Invitational, Illinois-Chicago and Eastern Illinois … won the three-meter event (256.05) at Evansville … came in second in the one- and three-meter vs. Western Illinois … finished second on the one-meter board and third on the three-meter board at the Lindenwood Quad … posted a second-place effort on the three-meter board (285.15) at IUPUI.

At Saint Ignatius Was a two-time NISCA/Speedo All-American … captured fifth place at the state meet … finished first at the Northeast District meet as a senior … qualified for the district meet all four years … three-time team Most Valuable Diver … was unbeaten in dual meets as a senior … was a four-year letterwinner in diving … also participated in soccer, cross country and track and field … was a member of the Berea Diving Club … earned first honors for seven straight semesters … his sister Kacy is a member of the varsity crew team at Dayton.

at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 100 Free______________________ 56.79 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) 200 Free____________________ 2:04.60 at Butler Quad (10/4/09) 500 Free____________________ 5:43.60 at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) 1000 Free__________________ 11:43.89 at IUPUI (1/22/10) 100 Back____________________ 1:03.32 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) 200 Back____________________ 2:18.32 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-trial)

At Lake Park Guided the Lancers to a sectional title in 2008 … two-time individual qualifier for the IHSA state meet … served as team captain her senior year … voted MVP in 2008 … recipient of the team’s Sportsmanship Award in 2007 … as a sophomore, helped her team finish second at sectionals … four-year letterwinner in swimming and gymnastics … two-time captain of the gymnastics team … selected MVP of the gymnastics team as a junior … was a member of the Highest Honor Roll each semester … National Honor Society member … Illinois State Scholar … was a member of the Daily Herald Leadership Team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Tom COSTIGAN

Molly CULVER

5-11 • Junior Centennial, Colo. Regis Jesuit

5-8 • Junior Bourbonnais, Ill. Bradley Bourbonnais

Major: Philosophy

Major: Business Administration

2009-10

2009-10

Clocked the Billikens’ top 100-back effort of the season (53.00) in the prelim at the A-10s … swam the leadoff leg of the 400-medley relay (3:26.61) that recorded the second fastest time in school history at the A-10s … finished 18th in the 200-back prelim (1:54.22), 23rd in Personal Bests the 100-back prelim and 31st in the 100-fly 50 Free_______________________ 22.57 prelim (54.12) at the A-10 Championships … at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-trials) his performances in the 100 fly and 200 back 100 Back______________________ 52.63 were personal bests … came in first in the 100 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) back (55.73) at Wash U … touched second in 200 Back____________________ 1:54.22 the 200 back (2:05.61) at Western Illinois … at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) finished second in the 100 back (56.81) vs. 100 Fly_ ______________________ 54.12 IUPUI … placed third in the 100 back (54.87) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) at the IUPUI Quad.

Her 1650-free performance (18:36.09) at the A-10s was the Billikens’ fastest time of the season … finished 24th in the 400 IM (4:58.14), 25th in the 1650 free and 37th in the 500 free (5:23.64) at the A-10 Championships … her 500-free performance was a personal best Personal Bests … touched first in the 1000 free (11:17.55) at 500 Free____________________ 5:23.64 the Stephens-Lindenwood meet … came in at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) first in the 100 free (58.09) and third in the 1000 Free__________________ 11:12.37 200 free (2:04.24) at IUPUI, both times were at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-split) personal bests … finished third in the 500 1650 Free__________________ 18:27.71 free (5:36.27) at the Lindenwood Invitational at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) … placed third in the 1650 free (18:53.67) at 100 Back____________________ 1:04.78 the Lindenwood Quad … garnered fifth-place at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-trials) accolades in the 1650 free (18:59.81) at the 200 Back____________________ 2:20.02 Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational.

2008-09 Came in 14th in the 100 back (53.01) and 16th in the 200 back (1:56.56) at the A-10 Championships … touched first in the 100 back (53.21) at IUPUI … earned four of his five personal bests at the A-10 Championships … competed only during the spring semester.

At Regis Jesuit Led his team to its 16th consecutive Class 5A state championship in 2008 … placed seventh in the 100 back at the 2008 state meet … named team MVP as a senior in 2008 … earned the Iron Man Award in 2007, which is presented to the team’s hardest worker … was a four-year letterwinner … he and Billiken Mike Kelly were teammates at Regis Jesuit.

at Ill. State-N. Iowa (10/10/08) 100 Breast_ _________________ at Evansville (12/17/08) 200 Breast_ _________________ Stephens/Lindenwood (12/4/09) 200 IM______________________ at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) 400 IM______________________ at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre)

1:15.30 2:43.98 2:18.79 4:51.26

2008-09 Selected as the team’s Most Improved Performer … five of her personal bests were recorded at the A-10 Championships … finished second in the 1000 free (11:30.46) in the triple-dual vs. Lindenwood and Stephens College … came in second in the 100 back (1:06.22) and 400 IM (4:53.78) at IUPUI.

At Bradley-Bourbonnais Selected as the Athlete of the Class as a senior … earned a total of seven letters in swimming and badminton … specialized in the backstroke … was a National Honor Society member.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Michael DAHLE 6-1 • Senior St. Louis, Mo. Lindbergh Major: Investigative Medical Sciences 2009-10 Captured his second straight A-10 All-Academic team honor … earned a spot on CoSIDA’s ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 7 first team … named Billiken men’s Most Valuable Performer … broke the school record and placed fourth in the 400-IM A-10 Personal Bests final (4:01.17) after touching fifth in the prelim 200 Free____________________ 1:43.53 (4:04.87) with the fourth-best performance in at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) school history … owned SLU’s fastest times 500 Free____________________ 4:41.08 of the season in the 200 back, 200 fly and 400 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-pre) IM … touched first in a team-high 20 events … 1000 Free___________________9:43.00* won a team-high three individual events at five South Dakota State (1/18/08) different meets … turned in a 10th-place effort 1650 Free__________________ 16:18.71 in the 200-fly final (1:54.78) after qualifying at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) 11th in the prelim (1:55.52) at the conference 100 Back______________________ 54.31 championships … his performance in the Eastern Illinois (11/15/07) 200-fly final is ninth in the Billiken record book 200 Back____________________ 1:53.28 … swam leadoff leg of the 800-free relay at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) (6:54.86) that clocked the third-fastest time in 100 Fly_ ______________________ 53.34 program annals at the A-10 Championships Eastern Illinois (11/15/07) … touched 13th in the 200-back A-10 final 200 Fly_ ____________________ 1:53.94 (1:53.72) after finishing 14th in the prelim at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) (1:53.28) … his 200-back A-10 final effort ranks ninth, while his prelim time, which is a 200 IM______________________ 1:58.69 personal best, is sixth … swept the 200 back, at SDSU/South Dakota (1/16/10) 200 fly and 400 IM at Western Illinois … came 400 IM______________________4:01.17* in first in the 200 back, 200 fly and 200 IM vs. at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) Eastern Illinois and at the South Dakota State* denotes school record South Dakota meet … placed first in the 200 back, 400 IM and 1000 free in the Lindenwood dual … recorded first-place efforts in the 200 IM and 500 and 1000 free vs. Evansville … notched first-place performances in the 400 IM (4:19.28) and 500 free (4:56.80) and touched second in the 1650 free (17:01.45) at South Dakota State … came in first in the 200 free (1:46.91) and second in the 100 back (54.42) at IUPUI … touched first in the 200 back (1:56.18) and third in the 400 IM (4:13.83) at the Lindenwood Quad … finished first in the 200 IM (1:59.05) at the IUPUI Quad … recorded a second-place effort in the 200 IM and 500 and 1000 free at the Lindenwood Invitational … finished second in the 200 IM and 200 back and third in the 200 fly at the Butler Quad … turned in second-place finishes in the 200 back and 1650 free, a third-place effort in the 200 fly and a fifth-place performance in the 400 IM at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational … touched second in the 200 back (1:56.94) and 200 fly (1:58.01) at the IUPUI Quad … placed second in the 200 free (1:47.78) and third in the 100 back (55.02) at Eastern Illinois … came in second in the 1000 free (10:01.41) at the Wash U dual … placed ninth in the 500 free (4:49.92) and 13th in the 200 IM (2:00.31) at the Show-Me Showdown … named to the fall 2009 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2008-09 Selected to the A-10 All-Academic team … came in fifth in the 400 IM (4:04.50), ninth in the 200 fly (1:53.94) and 10th in the 1650 free (16:18.71) at the A-10s … posted 14 individual victories, which tied for the men’s team high … registered the second-fastest 400-IM effort in the Billiken record book (4:04.50) in the final at the A-10s after clocking the fourth-best time (4:08.01) in the prelims … his 1650-free time (16:18.71) at the A-10s ranks fourth in SLU annals … swam a leg on the 800-free relay (6:51.00) that broke the school record at the A-10s … turned in the sixth-best 1000-free time in school history (9:51.00) at the Wash U dual … posted the seventh-best 200-fly time in school history (1:54.26) in the

A-10 prelims and went on to register the fifth-fastest effort (1:53.94) in the final … clocked the ninth-fastest 1650-free effort in school history (16:37.41) at the Lindenwood Quad after turning in the 10th-best time (16:38.52) at Illinois-Chicago … owned the Billikens’ top performances in the 1000 and 1650 free and the 400 IM … recorded a team season-high three individual wins (200 fly, 500 and 1000 free) at the Butler Quad … named to the fall 2008 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2007-08 Earned A-10 Rookie of the Week honors a league-best four times … broke the school record in the 1000 free (9:43.00) vs. South Dakota State with the best time in the A-10 … turned in the second-fastest 500-free time (4:41.08) in SLU annals in the prelims at the A-10s … recorded SLU’s fourth-best effort (4:41.60) in the 500-free final … clocked the fourth-fastest 1650 time in SLU history (16:22.28) at the A-10s … anchored the 800-free relay (6:52.66) that shattered the school record at the league championships … his 4:07.45 in the 400-IM final ranked sixth on the A-10 top times list … finished eighth in the 1650 free, ninth in the 400 IM and 12th in the 500 free at the A-10 Championships … also clocked two 500-free times during the regular season that rank among SLU’s top 10 … owns six of the Billikens’ top 1000-free performances all time … tallied the eighth-fastest 1650 free in SLU annals (16:43.39) at Southern Illinois … posted SLU’s fastest times in the 500 free, 1000 free and 400 IM … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. At Lindbergh Established four school records despite being a member of the swim team only during his senior year … earned All-State, All-Metro and All-Conference honors … helped his team to a runner-up finish at the 2006 state meet and a conference title … also was a member of a record-setting relay team … was a member of the water polo team as a freshman … swam with the Rockwood Swim Club.

Kyle EMBREY 5-11 • Junior Millington, Tenn. Munford Major: Criminal Justice 2009-10 Finished 25th in the 200 back (1:56.95), 32nd in the 100 back (54.74) and 33rd in the 500 free (5:06.99) at the A-10 Championships … his performance in the 200-back prelim at the A-10s was a personal best … came in third in the 200 back (2:05.82) vs. Lindenwood … Personal Bests touched third in the 100 back (56.92) at the 500 Free____________________ 5:01.21 Wash U dual. at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) 1000 Free__________________ 10:43.60 at IUPUI (1/31/09) 100 Back______________________ 54.41 at IUPUI (1/31/09) 200 Back____________________ 1:56.95 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre)

2008-09 Placed 18th in the 200 back (1:57.00) at the A-10 Championships … posted personal bests in the 200 and 500 free and the 200 back at the A-10 Championships.

At Munford Finished 13th in the 100-back final at the 2008 state championships … was a member of the Bartlett X-Treme club team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Samantha GETTY

Jordan HAGAR

5-7 • Sophomore Excelsior, Minn. Chaska

5-7 • Senior Plattsmouth, Neb. Marian

Major: Health Management

Major: Psychology

2009-10

2009-10

Placed 20th in the 400 IM (4:47.68), 29th in the 200 back (2:17.37) and 30th in the 200 IM (2:17.23) at the A-10 Championships, all personal bests … placed second in the 500 (5:26.10) and 1000 (11:06.56) free with personal-best efforts at the Wash U dual Personal Bests … touched second in the 400 IM (4:55.14) 500 Free____________________ 5:26.10 at Western Illinois … came in third in the at Wash U (10/3/09) 400 IM (4:59.12) at South Dakota State … 1000 Free__________________ 11:06.56 finished third in the 1000 free (11:15.84) at at Wash U (10/3/09) the Stephens-UALR meet … recorded a 100 Fly_ ____________________ 1:05.60 14th-place effort in the 200 IM (2:18.84) at the at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Show-Me Showdown.

Guided the 200- (1:38.21) and 800- (7:43.64) free relays to school standards at the A-10s … the 400-free (3:34.20) and 400-medley (3:56.80) relays she swam on at the A-10s each registered the third-fastest time in program annals … came in 12th in the 100-fly final Personal Bests (57.91) and prelim (57.93) at the A-10s … 50 Free_______________________ 24.62 her finals performance, which was a personal at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) best, ranks 10th in the Billiken record book … 100 Free______________________ 53.14 placed 23rd in the 200 IM (2:14.66) and 26th at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-relay) in the 100 free (53.87) at the A-10s … finished 200 Free____________________ 1:57.23 first in the 50 free (25.81) and 100 fly (1:02.18) at Wash U (9/29/07) at the UALR-Stephens meet … recorded 1000 Free__________________ 10:50.69 first-place efforts in the 100 fly (1:00.02) and Eastern Illinois (11/20/08) 200 IM (2:15.69) at IUPUI … touched first 100 Back____________________ 1:00.56 in the 100 free and second in the 50 free at at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-trials) Western Illinois … came in first in the 200 IM 100 Breast_ _________________ 1:13.44 (2:18.93) vs. IUPUI … finished second in the at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) 100 free (54.89) at the Butler Quad … came 100 Fly_ ______________________ 57.91 in second in the 100 free (55.61) at the Wash at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) U Thanksgiving Invitational.

200 Fly_ ____________________ 2:28.49 at Western Illinois (10/29/09) 200 IM______________________ 2:17.23 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 400 IM______________________ 4:47.68 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre)

At Chaska

Placed 13th in the 500-free final (5:15.16) at the 2007 Class 2A state meet, earning her team’s only points at the event … finished 20th in the 200-IM prelims at the 2007 state meet and swam the leadoff leg of the Hawks’ 200-medley relay that narrowly missed qualifying for the final … was a member of the 200-medley relay that came in 11th at the 2006 state meet … swam the leadoff leg of the 200-medley relay, which finished 14th at the state meet her freshman year … two-time All-Conference selection … received the Heart of the Hawk Award … Swimmer of the Year at her school … earned five letters in swimming … member of the Dean’s List … was a member of the Team Foxjet club squad, which captured the last eight team state titles.

200 Fly_ ____________________ 2:14.32 Western Illinois-UALR (10/11/08) 200 IM______________________ 2:14.44 at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08)

2008-09

Swam the leadoff leg of the 400-free relay (3:33.89) that broke the school record at the A-10s … was a member of three other relays (200 and 800 free and 200 medley) that turned in times among SLU’s all-time top five at the A-10s … her 100-free split (53.14) in the 400free relay at the A-10s is the second-fastest time in school history, while her 53.48 prelim time is seventh … her 50-free prelim time (24.62) at the A-10s ranks third in SLU annals … recorded the eighth-best effort in the 100 free (53.67) at the Butler Quad … her 50-free performance (24.80) at the Illinois State/Northern Iowa meet ranks eighth in the Billiken record book … turned in the ninth-fastest 1000-free effort in school history with a winning time of 10:50.69 vs. Eastern Illinois … clocked two 50-free finishes of 24.82, which ties for 10th all time … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

2007-08 Her 50-free time (24.66) in the prelims at the A-10s ranked third in SLU annals … posted a 50-free effort (24.86) vs. Xavier that tied for eighth in school history … clocked a 53.36 100-free split in a relay at the A-10s, which ranks third in SLU annals … helped the 200free relay (1:38.57) break the school record at the A-10s … swam a leg on the 400-free (3:35.58), 800-free (7:46.60) and 400-medley (3:57.76) relays that each posted the thirdbest effort in school history at the A-10s … anchored the 200-medley relay that turned in the seventh-fastest performance in SLU annals (1:49.49) vs. Xavier … was a member of the 800-free relay which posted the ninth-best effort in school history (7:56.45) against South Dakota State. At Marian Earned USA Swimming Scholastic All-America honors in 2005 … was a four-year letterwinner … captained her high school squad for two seasons … finished in the top 10 at the state meet in the 100 fly all four years … placed in the top 10 in the 500 free at the 2004, 2005 and 2006 state meets … helped her team to three state titles … was a member of the Swim Omaha club team … was a member of the Latin Club, Mu Alpha Theta and the Recruitment Team … earned First Honors for academics all four years … was a member of National Honor Society.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Laura HAHN

Billy HRABOVSKY

5-5 • Senior Sugar Land, Texas St. Agnes

5-7 • Junior Cheyenne, Wyo. Central

Major: Biology

Major: Mathematics

2009-10

2009-10

Studied abroad during the fall semester but returned to compete with the team during the spring semester … placed 14th on the three-meter board (145.90) and 15th in the one-meter diving competition (149.85) at the A-10 Championships … named to the A-10 Personal Bests Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. One-Meter ___________________ 185.15

Came in fourth in the one-meter diving final (269.50) and prelim (253.60) at the A-10 Championships and finished 10th in the three-meter competition (237.80) … turned in the second-highest three-meter score (337.35) in the Billiken record book vs. Lindenwood … his Personal Bests first-place three-meter effort (316.50) at the One-Meter ___________________ 302.85 Lindenwood Invitational ranks fourth all time at at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) SLU … turned in the sixth-highest one-meter Three-Meter __________________ 337.35 score (291.95) in school history with a secondLindenwood (12/4/09) place finish at the Lindenwood Invitational … recorded 278.32 points for his performance on the one-meter board against Lindenwood, his score ranks 10th in program annals … swept the one- and three-meter diving events at South Dakota State … won the one-meter event and captured second-place honors on the three-meter board at the South Dakota State-South Dakota meet … placed first on the one-meter board at Western Illinois … recorded second-place performances in the one- and three-meter events at the IUPUI Quad, vs. Lindenwood and at the Wash U dual … placed second on the one-meter board vs. Evansville and vs. Eastern Illinois … placed second on the one-meter board (427.05) and fourth on the three-meter board (382.90) at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational … came in third in the one-meter event (243.60) at the Lindenwood Quad … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) Three-Meter __________________ 173.05 at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09)

2008-09 Both of her personal bests came at the Lindenwood Quad … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

At St. Agnes Helped the Tigers to back-to-back swimming and diving state championships in 2004 and 2005 … swam a leg on the 200-free relay that broke the state record in 2006 … selected Most Improved Swimmer in 2006 … named MVP of the diving team in 2005 … was a five-sport athlete in high school … earned four letters in swimming, three in diving and one apiece in softball, volleyball and water polo … earned Most Improved Player honors for water polo in 2007 … was a member of the 2006 state championship softball team.

2008-09 Selected A-10 Rookie of the Week on a team-high three occasions (Nov. 3, Jan. 12 and Jan. 26) … qualified for the NCAA Zone Diving Meet … came in second on the three-meter board (286.40) and fifth in the one-meter event (254.35) at the A-10 Championships … his one-meter effort at the Lindenwood Quad (302.85) ranked fourth in the A-10, while his three-meter score (298.86) was seventh … owns the third- (298.86), fourth- (296.80), sixth- (286.40) and eighth-highest (283.70) three-meter diving scores in SLU annals … also has recorded three of the Billikens’ top 10 one-meter efforts of all time … swept the one- and three-meter events at South Dakota State and Wash U … captured the one-meter title (257.65) at IUPUI … won the three-meter event (296.80) at the IUPUI Quad … placed second in both diving events at the Lindenwood Invitational.

At Central Selected as a 2008 NISCA/Speedo All-American … captured the one-meter diving crown at the Class 4A state meet as a junior and senior … two-time All-State selection … as a senior, helped the Indians to a fifth-place finish at the state meet … placed first on the one-meter board at the 2008 conference meet … owns the school record for six dives on the one-meter board … guided his team to second place at the conference meet in 2007 … was a four-year letterwinner … earned academic letters in each of his final two years of high school … was selected Student of the Month in January 2008.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Ariel HYAMS

Mike KELLY

5-8 • Sophomore Anchorage, Alaska West Anchorage

6-0 • Junior Castle Rock, Colo. Regis Jesuit

Major: Comm. Sciences & Disorders

Major: Mechanical Engineering

2009-10

2009-10

Finished 27th in the 200 breast (2:39.02), 36th in the 500 free (5:23.11) and 38th in the 200 free (2:00.86) at the A-10 Championships … her efforts in the 200 and 500 free at the A-10s were personal bests … was the recipient of one of the team’s Hardest Worker awards … Personal Bests came in second in the 200 free (2:02.94) at the 200 Free____________________ 2:00.86 Lindenwood Invitational … touched second in at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) the 500 free (5:27.67) at the Stephens-UALR 500 Free____________________ 5:23.11 meet … garnered third-place honors in the at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 1000 free (11:19.91) at the Wash U dual … 1000 Free__________________ 11:13.50 named to the fall 2009 A-10 Commissioner’s Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Honor Roll.

SLU’s top finisher with an eighth-place performance in the 1650 free (16:14.49) at the A-10s, that effort, which was also a personal best, ranks second in the Billiken record book … recipient of the team’s Best Attitude honor for the second straight season … was Personal Bests a member of the 800-free relay (6:54.86) that 100 Free______________________ 47.96 logged the No. 3 time in SLU annals at the at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-trials) A-10 Championships … posted the team’s 200 Free____________________ 1:43.31 fastest times of the season in the 200, 500, at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) 1000 and 1650 free … finished 11th in the 500 Free____________________ 4:42.00 200-free final in a personal best 1:43.31 after at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) touching 13th in the prelim (1:44.18) at the 1000 Free___________________ 9:45.71 A-10s … came in 15th in the 500-free prelim at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-split) with a personal-best effort of 4:42.00, went on 1650 Free__________________ 16:14.49 to place 16th in the final (4:43.16) at the A-10s at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) … his 500-free prelim effort ranks sixth in 100 Fly_ ______________________ 55.51 program annals while his finals performance at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) is seventh … tallied 10 first-place efforts … swept the 500 and 1000 free at Eastern and Western Illinois … touched first in the 500 free (4:55.56) vs. IUPUI … swept the 200 and 500 free vs. Lindenwood … won the 1000 free, came in second in the 500 free and placed third in the 200 free at the South Dakota StateSouth Dakota meet … registered a first-place performance in the 1000 free (10:00.84) at IUPUI … garnered second-place honors in the 200 and 500 free at the Butler Quad … touched second in the 200 free (1:48.96) and third in the 500 free (5:00.09) vs. Evansville … placed second in the 1000 free (10:04.27) at the IUPUI Quad … came in second in the 200 free (1:47.55) vs. Eastern Illinois … placed third in the 500 free (4:53.26) at the Lindenwood Quad … finished third in the 1650 free (17:10.94) at South Dakota State … recorded a third-place finish in the 200 free (1:49.08) at the Lindenwood Invitational … finished fifth in the 200 free (1:48.03) at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational.

1650 Free__________________ 19:07.53 at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) 100 Breast_ _________________ 1:14.64 at Lindenwood Quad (1/23/10) 200 Breast_ _________________ 2:37.26 Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) 200 IM______________________ 2:21.86 at Butler Quad (10/4/09) 400 IM______________________ 5:02.04 at Western Illinois (10/29/09)

At West Anchorage

Finished sixth in the 200 free at the 2008 ASAA state championships … two-time team MVP … finalist in the 200 free and 100 fly at the 2008 ASAA Region IV meet … qualified for the state meet three times in the 500 free, advancing to the final in 2005 … advanced to the state final in the 200 IM three times … finalist in the 200 IM and 500 free at the 2005, 2006 and 2007 ASAA Region IV Championships … three-year team captain … four-year letterwinner … graduate of the Spanish Immersion Program, which requires 13 years of Spanish Immersion classes … four-year Honor Roll member … “We the People” state champion and National Unit Three champion … was a member of the Aurora Swim Team … 2005-06 recipient of the BeAST Award, which is presented to the Female Swimmer of the Year … selected Most Inspirational in 2006-07 … finished first in the girls’ 14-18 age group at the Kapalua Bay Open Water Race in 2007-08 … her grandfather is a 1950 SLU alum.

2008-09 Received the team’s Best Attitude Award … finished 14th in the 1650 free at the A-10 Championships with the eight-fastest performance in school history (16:34.08) … came in first in the 1000 free (10:03.52) and second in the 100 free (49.28) against Eastern Illinois … touched first in the 500 free (4:51.94) in the second meet vs. the Panthers … placed second in the 200 free at the Butler Quad and vs. Western Illinois … finished second in the 1000 free at the Lindenwood Invitational and Evansville … came in second in the 200 free at Illinois-Chicago and IUPUI … touched second in the 500 free at Evansville and South Dakota State … placed third in the 500 free (4:55.81) at Wash U. At Regis Jesuit Was a two-time NISCA/Speedo All-American … helped the Raiders to their 16th straight Class 5A state title … was a member of two relays that finished first at the 2008 state meet … also placed eighth in the 100 free at the state meet in 2008 … earned All-State accolades as a senior … was a four-year letterwinner … selected team MVP as a junior and senior … earned his school’s Leadership Award … he and Tom Costigan were teammates at Regis Jesuit … was a member of the STARS club team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Blake KOCIAN

Katie KOLSTER

6-1 • Junior Clarendon Hills, Ill. Hinsdale Central

5-9 • Junior Delafield, Wis. Arrowhead

Major: Business Administration

Major: Nursing

2009-10

2009-10

Recorded SLU’s fastest 200-breast effort of the season (2:09.74) in the A-10 prelim … that effort also ranks third in school history … placed 16th in the 200-breast final (2:10.56) and prelim at the A-10s … swam on the 200free relay (1:24.66) that clocked the third-best Personal Bests effort all time at SLU at the A-10s … came 50 Free_______________________ 21.62 in 15th in the 100-breast prelim (59.10) at at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) the A-10s and improved to 14th in the final 100 Breast_ ___________________ 57.68 (58.60) … his finals performance is eighth in at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) SLU annals while his prelim effort is ninth … 200 Breast_ _________________ 2:07.93 finished 24th in the 50 free with a personalat A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) best time of 21.62 at the A-10 Championships 200 IM______________________ 2:07.90 … finished first in the 100 breast (1:01.41) and at IUPUI Quad (11/14/08) came in third in the 50 free (22.81) at IUPUI … garnered third-place honors in the 200 breast (2:21.94) at Western Illinois … placed third in the 100 breast at the Wash U dual and vs. IUPUI.

Missed the latter half of the season due to injury … collected first-place efforts in the 50 (25.61) and 100 (54.63) free at the Lindenwood Invitational … placed first in the 200 (2:01.05) and 500 (5:23.24) free vs. IUPUI … came in first in the 200 free at Wash U and Personal Bests at the UALR-Stephens meet … won the 50 100 Free______________________ 54.21 free (26.18) at the Stephens-Lindenwood at Butler Quad (10/5/08) meet … won the 200 free (1:59.91) and 200 Free____________________ 1:54.08 touched second in the 500 free (1:59.91) at at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) Western Illinois … registered a fifth-place 500 Free____________________5:04.60* finish in the 500 free (5:25.10) at the Wash at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) U Thanksgiving Invitational … named to 1000 Free__________________10:24.72* the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both at IUPUI (1/31/09) semesters.

2008-09 Selected as the team’s Most Improved Performer … recorded the second-fastest 100-breast effort in SLU annals (57.68) in the prelims at the A-10 Championships, while his time in the final (57.90) ranks third in school history … his 200-breast prelim (2:09.82) at the A-10s ranks third at SLU, and his final effort of 2:07.93 is second … touched 10th in the 100-breast final and 12th in the 200-breast final at the A-10s … helped the 400-medley relay shatter the school record (3:24.99) at the A-10s … owned SLU’s fastest 200-breast effort of the season … came in second in the 1000 free (11:05.37) vs. Lindenwood … finished second in the 100 breast (1:02.44) at South Dakota State … placed third in the 100 breast (1:02.03) at Wash U.

At Hinsdale Central Helped the 200-medley relay finish seventh at the 2008 state meet … picked up ScholarAthlete accolades three times in swimming … earned three letters apiece in swimming and water polo … was a member of the Westmont Swim Club.

1650 Free__________________ 18:01.69 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) * denotes school record

2008-09

Holds school records in the 500 (5:04.60) and 1000 free (10:24.72) … claimed the 1000free mark in a dual at IUPUI after clocking the seventh-fastest time (10:49.64) … captured A-10 Rookie of the Week honors Jan. 12 and Feb. 2 … chosen as one of the team’s Most Valuable Performers after pacing the women’s swimming squad with 15 individual first-place finishes … placed 15th in the 200 free (1:54.08) and 500 free (5:06.46) at the A-10s … recorded the top three 500-free performances in SLU annals … owns three of SLU’s top four times in the 200 free, each of which was achieved at the A-10s … anchored the 400-medley relay that broke the school record (3:53.97) at the A-10s … was a member of the 400-free relay that also set a SLU standard (3:33.89) at the A-10s … also swam on the 200- and 800-free relays that clocked times ranked among SLU’s all-time top five at the A-10s … turned in the seventh-best 1650free effort in school history (18:01.69) at the A-10s … posted the team’s fastest times of the season in the 200, 500 and 1000 free.

At Arrowhead Helped the 200-medley and 400-free relays finish fourth at the state meet as a senior … touched 13th in the 200 free and 14th in the 100 free at the 2008 state meet … guided the Warhawks to a sectional title and fifth-place honors at the state meet as a senior … was a four-year letterwinner … was a member of the honor roll … competed on the Lake County club team that placed third at club state … qualified for the 2008 Junior Nationals held in Orlando, Fla.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Emily KOPEC

Spencer LITZAU

5-4 • Sophomore Cedar Rapids, Iowa George Washington

6-2 • Sophomore Ballwin, Mo. Marquette

Major:

Major: Civil Engineering

2009-10 Was a member of the school-record breaking 200-free relay (1:38.21) at the A-10s … also swam a leg of the 400-free relay (3:34.20) that posted the third-fastest time in school history at the A-10 Championships … SLU’s top finisher in the 200 free at the A-10s with a Personal Bests 26th-place performance (1:57.52) … touched 50 Free_______________________ 25.14 29th in the 100 free (54.13) and 36th in the at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-trial) 100 back (1:03.03) at the A-10s … clocked 100 Free______________________ 54.13 personal best in the 100 and 200 free and the at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) 100 back at the A-10s … won the 100 free 200 Free____________________ 1:57.52 at Wash U and vs. IUPUI … came in first in at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) the 500 free (5:29.69) with a personal best at 500 Free____________________ 5:29.69 the Stephens-Lindenwood meet … touched Stephens/Lindenwood (12/4/09) second in the 100 back (1:04.64) and third 100 Back____________________ 1:03.03 in the 200 free (2:03.00) at the Lindenwood at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) Invitational … placed second in the 100 back 200 Back____________________ 2:19.00 (1:03.33) at IUPUI … recorded a second-place at Western Illinois (10/29/09) finish in the 100 free (56.81) at South Dakota State … finished third in the 200 free (2:02.60) at Eastern Illinois … garnered fourth-place honors in the 100 free (56.05) at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational.

At George Washington Guided her team to a sixth-place finish at the 2008 state championships … finished fourth in the 200 free and seventh in the 100 free in addition to anchoring the fourth-place 200-free and 400-free relays at the 2008 state meet … broke her own school record in the 100 free and the 200-free and 400-free relays each eclipsed the school standards … received AllState first-team plaudits in the 100 and 200 free … won district titles in four events (100 and 200 free and 200-free and 400-free relays) as a senior … four-time All-Metro selection and team MVP … 2005 team Rookie of the Year … Honor Roll member … class valedictorian … four-time recipient of her class’ math, science and foreign language awards … earned an Academic Letter … awarded Academic All-State honors … was a member of the Cedar Rapids Aquatic Association (CRAA) club team.

2009-10 Placed 11th in the 1650 free (16:23.14), 22nd in the 500 free (4:45.01) and 31st in the 200 free (1:48.90) at the A-10 Championships, all were personal bests … captured a share of the team’s Hardest Worker Award … his performance in the 1650-free final at the A-10s Personal Bests ranks eighth in school history … finished first 100 Free______________________ 53.86 in the 1000 free (10:16.87) and second in at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09-relay) the 500 free (4:55.01) vs. Eastern Illinois … 200 Free____________________ 1:48.90 finished second in the 500 and 1000 free vs. at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) Evansville … touched second in the 1000 free 500 Free____________________ 4:45.01 (10:18.54) and third in the 500 free (4:56.39) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) at Eastern Illinois … recorded a second-place 1000 Free___________________ 9:54.10 finish in the 1000 free (10:17.61) and a thirdat A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-split) place finish in the 500 free (5:04.22) at the 1650 Free__________________ 16:23.14 South Dakota State-South Dakota meet … at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) touched second in the 500 free (4:55.70) and third in the 1000 free (10:04.60) at the IUPUI Quad … notched a second-place effort in the 500 free (4:59.08) and a third-place finish in the 1000 free (10:12.94) vs. Lindenwood … finished second in the 500 free (4:56.58) and third in the 1000 free (10:10.74) at the Wash U dual … placed second in the 500 free (4:57.93) at South Dakota State … touched second in the 1000 free at Western Illinois and at the Butler Quad … came in third in the 1650 free at the Lindenwood Quad and at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational … came in third in the 1000 free (10:21.30) at the Lindenwood Invitational.

At Marquette Finished 14th in the 200 free and was a member of the 15th-place 400-free relay at the 2008 MSHSAA state championships … placed eighth in the 500-free final at the 2007 and 2008 state championships … recipient of the team’s Hardest Worker Award as a senior … recorded the second-best 200- and 500-free times and the ninth-fastest 100-fly performance in the St. Louis area as a senior … was a member of the 400-free relay that came in 10th at the state championships his sophomore year … was also a member of the water polo team … four-year Honor Roll member … received his school’s Academic Excellence Award … earned the President’s Education Award for academic excellence … member of the Rockwood Swim Club Association … qualified for Junior Nationals.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Chris MANDLI

Tom MIAZGA

6-3 • Sophomore Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The Benjamin School

5-9 • Sophomore Milwaukee, Wis. Cedarburg

Major:

Major: Physical Therapy

2009-10

2009-10

Finished 24th in the 200 breast (2:16.13), 25th in the 100 breast (1:00.91), 39th in the 50 free (23.00) at the A-10 Championships … clocked personal bests in each of his events at the A-10s.

Came in 28th in the 200 back (2:22.90), 33rd in the 100 back (1:05.71), 35th in the 500 free (6:01.86) at the A-10 Championships … each of his swims at the A-10s was a personal best … registered personal bests in the 200 free (2:19.66) and 100 fly (1:19.71) at the Wash U Personal Bests Thanksgiving Invite … competed in the U.S. 100 Free____________________ 1:02.60 Paralympic Spring Swimming Nationals in at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09-relay) San Antonio, Texas.

Personal Bests 50 Free_______________________ 23.00 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 100 Free______________________ 52.14 at SDSU/South Dakota (1/16/10) 200 Free____________________ 1:54.82 at SDSU/South Dakota (1/16/10) 500 Free____________________ 5:13.42 Lindenwood (12/4/09) 100 Breast_ _________________ 1:00.91 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) 200 Breast_ _________________ 2:16.13 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre)

At The Benjamin School

Two-time All-State selection … was a member of the 200-medley relay that placed 12th at the 2008 FHSAA Class 1A state championships and swam a leg of the 200-free relay that came in 13th … selected team captain and co-MVP as a senior … finished second in the 100 breast at the District 6-1A meet, helping the Buccaneers to a sixth-place finish … AllArea honorable mention as a senior … swam a leg on the 200-free relay that placed 11th and the 200-medley relay that finished 14th at the 2007 state meet … the 200-free relay broke the school record in 2007 and 2008 … awarded five letters for swimming … was a member of the Lake Lytal Lightning club team.

200 Free____________________ at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) 500 Free____________________ at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 100 Back____________________ at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) 200 Back____________________ at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre)

2:19.66 6:01.86

At Cedarburg

Helped guide the Bulldogs to a conference title as a senior … his team won three 1:05.71 sectional crowns during his career … led the Bulldogs to a second-place finish at the 2008 2:22.90 state championships … four-year letterwinner … National Honor Society member … fouryear member of the High Honor Roll … twoyear member of the Scholastic All-America team … was a member of the Ozaukee Aquatics club team … is a member of the U.S. Paralympic National Team … finished eighth in the 400 free and ninth in the 100 back at the 2008 Paralympic Games in Beijing … placed first in the 100 and 200 back at the 2008 U.S. Paralympic Swimming Trials … touched first in the 50 and 200 back and third in the 100 back at the 2007 U.S. Paralympic Open Championships … took home a gold (100 back), three silvers (100 free, 400 free and 400-free relay) and two bronze (200 IM and 400-medley relay) medals from the 2007 Parapan American Games … four-time American record holder (50 and 200 back, 200 fly and 50 free) … holds the Pan-American record in the 200 free … five-time national champion in the 200 back and three-time national champion in the 100 back … currently ranked fourth in the world in the 100 back.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Alexa MILEWSKI

Elizabeth MOLLOY

5-5 • Sophomore Rochester, Mich. Mercy

5-6 • Sophomore Covington, Wash. Kentwood

Major: Nursing

Major: Physical Therapy

2009-10

2009-10

Touched 25th in the 400 IM (5:00.04), 33rd in the 200 IM (2:21.06) and 41st in the 500 free (5:28.21) at the A-10 Championships, all personal bests … finished third in the 500 free (5:45.75) at the Lindenwood-Stephens meet … turned in two personal bests at the UALRPersonal Bests Stephens meet and another two at the South 500 Free____________________ 5:28.21 Dakota State-South Dakota meet.. at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre)

Came in 25th in the 200 back (2:14.36), 34th in the 100 back (1:02.42), 53rd in the 50 free (26.37) at the A-10 Championships … her efforts in the 50 free and 100 back at the A-10s were personal bests … touched second in the 200 back (2:17.06) at the LindenwoodPersonal Bests Stephens meet … placed third in the 100 back 50 Free_______________________ 26.37 at IUPUI and at the Wash U dual … finished at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) third in the 200 back (2:17.88) at Western 100 Free______________________ 58.56 Illinois … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Eastern Illinois (11/20/090-relay) Honor Roll both semesters.

1000 Free__________________ 11:46.20 at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) 1650 Free__________________ 19:46.59 at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) 100 Fly_ ____________________ 1:05.68 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-trial) 200 IM______________________ 2:21.06 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 400 IM______________________ 5:00.04 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre)

At Mercy

Helped the Marlins to back-to-back MHSAA Division II state titles as well as two straight Oakland County and Catholic League titles … her team won the Rock Maurer Invitational in 2009 … the Marlins were unbeaten in dualmeet competitions and won every invitational they entered in 2009 … two-year letterwinner … National Society of High School Scholars member … National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine member … was a member of the Great Oaks Country Club squad and the Oakland Live Y’ers club team … her sister, Krysta, is a former member of the Billiken swimming and diving team.

200 Free____________________ UALR-Stephens (10/17/09) 100 Back____________________ at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) 200 Back____________________ at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) 100 Breast_ _________________ Evansville (1/10/10)

2:06.67 1:02.42

At Kentwood

Anchored the 200-medley relay that touched fifth at the state championships her freshman year … came in 10th in the 100 back at the 2006 WIAA state championships … finished 1:23.85 15th in the 100 back at the 2007 and 2008 Class 4A state meets … selected Most Valuable Swimmer as a senior … 2007 team captain … received her team’s Most Dedicated Award in 2006 … finished first in the 100 back at the 2006 district meet … member of the 200-medley relay that eclipsed the school standard in 2005 … four-year letterwinner … was the 2009 recipient of the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence and the Kent Rotary Scholar Award … finished among the top 25 students in her graduating class … earned Senior Scholar-Athlete honors … was a member of the King Aquatic Club program … comes from a long line of SLU swimmers in her grandfather Edwards Corich and her aunts, Julie and Kit Molloy … her uncle, Bill Corich, is a former member of the Xavier swim team. 2:14.36


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Marco NAVARRO

Ethan PASTER

5-10 • Sophomore Chandler, Ariz. Brophy College Prep

5-10 • Sophomore Fairfax, Va. Fairfax

Major: Biology

Major: Physical Therapy

2009-10

2009-10

Finished 21st in the 400 IM (4:26.50), 25th in the 200 breast (2:16.32) and 28th in the 200 IM (1:59.09) at the A-10 Championships, all personal bests … won the 200 breast (2:19.67) and touched third in the 400 IM (4:31.12) at Western Illinois … came in third in the 100 Personal Bests breast vs. Evansville and at the Lindenwood 100 Breast_ _________________ 1:01.09 Invitational … placed third in the 200 breast at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-trial) (2:19.60) vs. Lindenwood … finished third in 200 Breast_ _________________ 2:16.32 the 200 IM (2:04.65) at the Wash U dual … at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) tallied personal bests in the 100 (52.59) and 200 IM______________________ 1:59.09 200 (1:54.19) free at IUPUI.

Placed 13th in the one-meter event (154.25) and 12th in the three-meter competition (188.85) at the A-10 Championships … scored a personal-best 214.65 on the one-meter board vs. Lindenwood … earned a personalbest 204.45 in the three-meter event at the Personal Bests Lindenwood Invitational. One-Meter____________________ 214.65

at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 400 IM______________________ 4:26.50 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre)

At Brophy College Prep

Helped guide his team to four 5A Division I state championships, bringing the Broncos’ state title count to 21 straight and 31 overall … his team finished as national championship runners-up in the large private school category in 2007 … led his squad to four 5A Division I Desert Valley Region crowns … finished sixth in the 200 IM and 100 breast at the 2008 Arizona 5A Division I State Championships … came in fourth in the 200 IM and seventh in the 100 breast his junior year at the state meet … placed 10th in the 100 breast as a sophomore at the state championships and 14th as a freshman … four-time state qualifier … team captain as a senior … voted Most Improved Swimmer in 2007 … four-year letterwinner … was a member of the Sun Devil Aquatics club team.

Lindenwood (12/4/09) Three-Meter__________________ 204.45 at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09)

At Fairfax

Qualified for the region championships in diving … his team finished fifth at the 2009 VHSL Class AAA State Championships … awarded four letters apiece in swimming and diving and cross country, two in track and one in soccer … three-time MVP of the cross country team … earned All-District honors in cross country … four-year Student-Athlete Merit Award recipient … three-time Tri-Athlete Award honoree for participating in three varsity sports in a single season … was a member of the Patriot Dive Club … his brother, Brandon, is a member of the William & Mary swimming and diving team, and his sister, Nicole Duffy, is a former Boston College swimmer.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Michael QUINN

Katie ROBERTSON

5-10 • Sophomore White Bear Lake, Minn. Saint Thomas

5-7 • Senior Cincinnati, Ohio Ursuline

Major: Criminal Justice

Major: Mathematics

2009-10

2009-10

Finished 27th in the 100 breast (1:01.55), 35th in the 100 free (49.64) and 38th in the 50 free (22.48) at the A-10 Championships, all personal bests … recorded a third-place finish in the 100 free (50.94) vs. IUPUI … recorded his personal best in the 200 free (1:54.19) at Personal Bests South Dakota State. 50 Free_______________________ 22.48

Spent the spring semester studying abroad … touched second in the 200 free (2:03.53) at the Lindenwood-Stephens meet … came in second in the 1000 free at Western Illinois and vs. Eastern Illinois … garnered thirdplace honors in the 200 free (2:03.13) at the Personal Bests Wash U dual … turned in a fourth-place effort 100 Free______________________ 56.51 in the 1650 free (18:54.44) at the Wash U at Eastern Illinois (2/2/08-relay) Thanksgiving Invitational … named to the fall 200 Free____________________ 1:56.63 2009 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 100 Free______________________ 49.64 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) 200 Free____________________ 1:54.19 at South Dakota State (1/17/10) 100 Breast_ _________________ 1:01.55 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) 200 Breast_ _________________ 2:22.49 at Butler Quad (10/4/09

At Saint Thomas

Earned All-State accolades in 2008 and 2009 … led the Cadets to state titles in his first three seasons … his team finished second at the state meet his senior year … finished third in the 100 free and 100 breast and was a member of the 200-medley relay that finished fourth at the 2009 Class A state championships … anchored the second-place 200-medley relay and the sixth-place 400-free relay at the 2008 state championships, while also placing third in the 100 breast and 11th in the 100 free … came in ninth in the 100 breast as a sophomore at the state meet … four-time All-Conference selection … his team won the Class A True Team section and state titles four straight years … named Pioneer Press Athlete of the Week in January 2009 … four-year letterwinner … three-time recipient of the Tom Malchow Award … was a member of the Blackline Aquatics club team.

at A-10 Champs. (2/20/08-relay) 500 Free____________________ 5:11.15 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-pre) 1000 Free__________________ 10:47.17 at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08-split) 1650 Free__________________ 17:44.32 at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) 100 Back____________________ 1:03.73 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) 200 Back____________________ 2:16.43 at Southern Illinois (12/8/07) 400 IM______________________ 4:47.98 South Dakota State (1/19/08)

2008-09 Registered fifth-best 1650-free effort in school history (17:58.53) with a 17th-place finish at the A-10s, also the team’s top time of the season … anchored the 800-free relay that posted the fourth-fastest time in SLU annals (7:46.72) at the A-10s … touched first in the 1000 free at EIU and the Butler Quad … won the 200 free (2:01.65) against Lindenwood and Stephens College … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

2007-08 Selected A-10 Rookie of the Week Dec. 10 … chosen as the team’s Most Improved Performer … clocked the fifth-best 500-free time in school history (5:11.15) at the A-10s … owns the fifth- (10:48.63 vs. Illinois-Chicago) and sixth-best (10:50.48 vs. Xavier) 1000-free times in SLU annals … her 10th-place effort of 17:44.32 in the 1650 free at the A-10s ranks second at SLU… posted a 1650-free time of 18:07.90, which ranks fifth in SLU annals, at Southern Illinois … was a member of the 800-free relay that turned in the third-best effort in school history (7:46.60) at the A-10s … also swam on the 800-free relay that clocked the ninth-best performance in SLU annals (7:56.45) vs. South Dakota State … recorded the team’s fastest times in the 1000 and 1650 free events.

At Ursuline Helped her team to second-place finishes at the Ohio State Championships from 200407 … specialized in the freestyle and backstroke … earned league honorable mention accolades as a senior … was a two-time district qualifier … led her team to four conference titles … earned four swimming letters … was a member of the Blue Ash YMCA swim team from 2003-07 … qualified for the Spring 2007 YMCA Nationals … recognized as a National Merit Commended Student … was a National Honor Society and honor roll member.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s B.J. SAYRE

Jessica SCHWARZ

6-0 • Senior Indianapolis, Ind. Brebeuf Jesuit Prep

5-6 • Senior Ballwin, Mo. Parkway West

Major: Chemistry

Major: Business Administration

2009-10

2009-10

Anchored the 800-free relay (6:54.86), which clocked the third-fastest performance in program annals, at the A-10 Championships … swam the leadoff leg of the 400-free relay (3:07.57) that recorded the fifth-best time in school history at the A-10s … finished 27th in Personal Bests the 200 back (1:57.58), 29th in the 100 back 50 Free_______________________ 21.97 (53.79) and 31st in the 50 free (21.97) at the at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) A-10s, all personal bests … came in first in 100 Free______________________ 47.51 the 100 free (50.05) at Western Illinois … at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-relay) touched second in the 100 free (49.21) vs. 200 Free____________________ 1:46.70 Lindenwood … placed third in the 100 back at at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08-pre) IUPUI, at the Lindenwood Invitational and vs. 100 Back______________________ 53.79 IUPUI … recorded a third-place finish in the at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) 200 free (1:49.61) vs. Eastern Illinois … came 200 Back____________________ 1:57.58 in second in the 100 free and third in the 200 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) free at South Dakota State … finished third in 200 IM______________________ 2:03.95 the 100 free (50.21) vs. Evansville … member at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-trial) of SLU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

Helped the 800-free relay (7:43.64) establish the program standard at the A-10 Championships … came in 36th in the 200 free (1:59.74), 39th in the 500 free (5:24.37) and 50th in the 100 free (56.53) at the A-10s … won the 200 free (1:59.56) and Personal Bests placed third in the 100 free (56.53) at the 50 Free_______________________ 25.81 Lindenwood Invitational … placed second at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-trials) in the 500 (5:24.73) and 1000 (11:01.59) 100 Free______________________ 54.82 free at Eastern Illinois … touched second in at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-trials) the 500 (5:23.47) and 1650 (18:46.60) free 200 Free____________________ 1:58.65 at the Lindenwood Quad … touched third in at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) the 500 (5:27.27) and 1000 (11:18.82) free 500 Free____________________ 5:16.35 at Western Illinois … finished third in the 50 at Lindenwood Quad (1/25/08-pre) free (26.75) at IUPUI … captured third-place 1000 Free__________________ 10:52.98 honors in the 500 free (5:27.27) and 1000 free at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-split) (11:14.41) vs. Evansville … named to the A-10 1650 Free__________________ 17:58.76 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

2008-09 Won the 100 free against Lindenwood and at Evansville … recorded second-place efforts in the 50 free vs. Eastern Illinois and Western Illinois, at the Lindenwood Invitational, South Dakota State and IUPUI … finished second in the 100 free at Wash U, the IUPUI Quad and Illinois-Chicago … came in third in the 100 (48.71) and 200 (1:47.97) free at the Butler Quad … member of SLU’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council.

2007-08 Anchored the 200-medley relay that recorded the ninth-fastest time in school history (1:36.84) at the A-10 Championships … touched second in the 100 free and fourth in the 50 free in the rematch against SDSU … placed second in the 200 free at the Lindenwood Quad … came in third in the 200 free and fourth in the 100 free vs. South Dakota State … finished third in the 200 back at Eastern Illinois … placed fourth in the 100 and 200 free at Western Illinois … took fourth place in the 200 back and fifth in the 200 free vs. IllinoisChicago.

At Brebeuf Jesuit Prep Won the Brebeuf Jesuit Invite three times … received the 2007 Chiefs Award … was a four-year swimming letterwinner … earned High Honors all four years.

at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) 200 IM______________________ 2:23.86 at Show-Me Showdown (10/13/07)

2008-09

Received the team’s Best Attitude Award … swam a leg on the school-record-breaking 400-free relay (3:33.89) at the A-10s … helped the 800-free relay post the fourth-best time in school history (7:46.72) at the A-10s … clocked the sixth-best 1650-free time in school history (17:58.76) at the A-10s, tying for 18th place … was a member of the 200-free relay that turned in the 10th-fastest time in SLU annals (1:40.66) against EIU … touched first in the 100 (55.86) and 1000 (11:05.98) free against Lindenwood and Stephens College … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

2007-08 Shared the team’s Hardest Worker Award with Jillian Smith … anchored the 800-free relay that turned in the third-fastest time in school history (7:46.60) at the A-10s … won the 200 and 1000 free events vs. South Dakota State … touched first in the 500 and 1000 free at Eastern Illinois … came in first in the 500 free against Eastern Illinois… named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the Fall 2007 semester.

At Parkway West Earned All-State honorable mention accolades … finished second in the 200 and 500 free at the conference meet … at the state meet, placed 13th in the 200 free and 15th in the 500 free … helped her team to a fifth-place finish at the state meet and a second-place finish at the conference meet … was a member of the 400-free relay that finished fifth at the state meet … member of the Parkway Swim Club … named to the All-Academic team and the honor roll … member of National Honor Society … her father and uncle played basketball at SLU.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Stephen SHERIDAN 5-8 • Senior Tampa, Fla. Jesuit Major: Business Administration 2009-10 Was a member of the 400-medley relay that turned in the No. 2 performance in school history (3:26.61) at the A-10 Championships … clocked SLU’s fastest 50 and 100 free times of the season at the A-10s … placed 11th in the 100-free A-10 final (46.68) and prelim Personal Bests (46.62) … touched 12th in the 50-free A-10 50 Free_______________________ 20.91 final (21.04) after coming in 13th in the prelim at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) (21.16) … his 50-free final performance ranks 100 Free______________________ 46.55 fourth in school history and his prelim effort at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) ties for eighth … was a member of the 200200 Free____________________ 1:41.98 free (1:24.66) and 800-free (6:54.86) relays at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) that each recorded the third-fastest time in 100 Fly_ ______________________ 51.96 program history at the A-10s … anchored the at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-trial) 400-free relay (3:07.57), which logged the 200 Fly_ ____________________ 1:55.26 fifth-best time in SLU annals at the A-10s … at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) came in 17th in the 200 fly (1:56.42) at the 200 IM______________________ 2:01.00 A-10s … recorded 11 first-place performances at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) … swept the 50 and 100 free vs. IUPUI, Lindenwood and Evansville and at the South Dakota State-South Dakota meet … won the 200 free (1:47.57) and came in second in the 200 fly (2:01.97) at Western Illinois … placed first in the 100 free (47.85) and second in the 50 free (21.71) at the Lindenwood Invitational … touched first in the 50 free (21.72) and second in the 100 fly (53.34) at South Dakota State … finished second in the 50 and 100 free at Eastern Illinois and at the Wash U dual … touched second in the 200 free and third in the 100 free at the IUPUI Quad … recorded a second-place finish in the 50 free and a third-place touch in the 100 free vs. Eastern Illinois … finished second in the 100 fly and fifth in the 50 and 100 free at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational … earned a second-place finish in the 200 IM (2:02.84) at IUPUI … came in third in the 50 and 200 free at the Lindenwood Quad … placed third in the 50 and 100 free at the Butler Quad … garnered a sixth-place finish in the 50 free (21.65) at the Show-Me Showdown … named to spring 2010 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2008-09 Named to the A-10 All-Academic team … chosen as one of the team’s Most Valuable Performers … finished sixth in the 50 free (21.16), 12th in the 100 free (46.68) and 16th in the 200 fly (1:56.28) at the A-10s … his 50-free prelim (20.91) at the A-10s ranks second in school history, while his final time (21.16) and 200-free relay split effort tie for seventh … his 200-free split (1:41.98) in the 800-free relay at the A-10s ranks fourth in SLU annals … swam the leadoff leg of the 400-free (3:06.42) and 800-free (6:51.00) relays and anchored the 400-medley relay (3:24.99) that each eclipsed school records at the A-10s … was a member of the 200-free relay that posted the fourth-best time in school history (1:24.96) at the A-10s … swam on the 400-medley relay at the Lindenwood Quad that turned in the eight-fastest time in SLU annals (3:34.00) … turned in the 10th-best 200-fly effort in school history (1:55.26) in the prelims at the A-10s … owned SLU’s fastest times of the season in the 50, 100 and 200 free … swept the 50 and 100 free at Eastern Illinois, South Dakota State and Western Illinois … placed first in the 200 free (1:47.00) and the 100 fly (52.96) at Evansville … came in first in the 100 fly (52.47) and 1000 free (10:30.57) vs. Lindenwood … won the 200 (1:44.57) and 500 (4:54.39) free in the first dual against EIU … posted secondplace finishes in the 50 free (21.92) and 100 fly (53.29) on the first day at the IUPUI Quad, then won the 50 free (21.71) and touched second in the 100 free (47.68) on the second day … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

2007-08 Swam the third leg of the 400-medley relay (3:28.16) that eclipsed the school record at the A-10s … that same squad posted the ninth-fastest effort in SLU annals (3:34.42) earlier in the season … was a member of the 200- and 400-free relays and the 200-medley relay that each turned in the third-best time in school history at the A-10s … recorded four personal bests at the A-10s … his 1:55.80 effort in the 200-fly final at the A-10s was the 11th-fastest time in the league … placed 13th in the 200-fly final at the A-10s and just missed making the final in the 50 free and 100 fly by placing 17th in the prelims … anchored the 800-free relay that posted the second- and fourth-fastest efforts in SLU annals during the regular season … won the 200 fly and 50 free and placed second in the 100 free vs. South Dakota State … took first in the 100 fly vs. Eastern Illinois and second in the 50 free … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters. At Jesuit Earned All-County honors … was the district and region champion … earned four letters in swimming … was a member of the Carrollwood Village Swim Team … is the Boys and Girls Club national record holder in the 200 free … named to the Principal’s Honor Roll … was a member of National Honor Society … earned USA Swimming Scholastic All-America accolades in 2005 and 2006 … his brother, Richard Jr., is a former member of the Billiken swim team.

Allison STORM 5-6 • Sophomore Danville, Ind. Brebeuf Jesuit Prep Major: Business Administration 2009-10 Swam on the school-record breaking 200-free relay (1:38.21) at the A-10s … anchored the 200-medley relay (1:48.46) that recorded the third-fastest time in school history at the A-10 Championships … was the Billikens’ top finisher in the 50 free at the A-10s with Personal Bests a 39th-place personal-best effort of 25.24 … 50 Free_______________________ 25.24 touched 34th in the 100 fly (personal best at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) 1:03.09) and 45th in the 200 free (2:02.42) at 100 Free______________________ 55.98 the A-10s … placed first in the 50 free (25.38) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) and third in the 100 free at Wash U … won 200 Free____________________ 2:02.03 the 1000 free (11:13.92) at the Lindenwood at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Invitational … collected first-place plaudits in 500 Free____________________ 5:24.71 the 200 free (2:03.05) and touched third in the at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) 100 free (57.06) at the Stephens-Lindenwood 1000 Free__________________ 11:13.92 meet … placed second in the 100 free (56.72) at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) and third in the 200 free (2:02.17) at the 100 Fly_ ____________________ 1:03.09 Stephens-UALR meet … tied for second in at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) the 100 free and placed third in the 50 free at Western Illinois … finished third in the 100 free (56.85) at South Dakota State … came in third in the 50 free (26.06) at Eastern Illinois … recorded an eighth-place finish in the 500 free (5:24.71) at the Show-Me Showdown.

At Brebeuf Jesuit Prep Placed 15th in the 50 free and 16th in the 100 free as a junior at the 2008 IHSAA State Championships … holds the school record in the 100 free … two-time team captain … four-year letterwinner … two-year National Honor Society member … received the Chief’s Award her senior year … was a member of the Avon Community Swim Team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ve te ra n s Taylor STREID

Hannah TAUTZ

5-5 • Sophomore Peoria, Ill. Notre Dame

5-3 • Sophomore Littleton, Colo. Littleton

Major: Physical Therapy

Major: Comm. Sciences & Disorders

2009-10

2009-10

Shattered the nearly 25-year-old program standard in the 200 free with her 1:52.79 leadoff split in the school-record breaking 800-free relay (7:43.64) at the conference championships … finished seventh in the 200-fly A-10 final (2:08.95) after tying for seventh in the prelim Personal Bests (2:08.29) … placed 10th in the 100-fly A-10 50 Free_______________________ 25.07 final (57.66) with the ninth-fastest time in at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-trial) school history after coming in 10th in the prelim 100 Free______________________ 53.57 (57.49) with the No. 7 effort in program annals at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-relay) … clocked the second-fastest 200-back effort 200 Free____________________1:52.79* in the Billiken record book (2:05.97) with a at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) 10th-place finish in the A-10 prelim … went on 500 Free____________________ 5:15.03 to finish 13th in the 200-back final (2:06.34) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) with the No. 3 performance all time … was a 1000 Free__________________ 10:43.32 member of the 200-medley (1:48.46), 400-free at IUPUI (1/22/10) (3:34.20) and 400-medley (3:56.80) relays 100 Back______________________ 58.16 that each registered the third-fastest time in at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-relay) program annals at the A-10 Championships 200 Back____________________ 2:05.97 … her 100-back leadoff split (58.16) in the at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) 400-medley relay is the No. 3 time in school 100 Fly_ ______________________ 57.49 history, while her 100-free leadoff split (53.57) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) in the 400-free relay is eighth all time … posted a team-high six personal bests at the 200 Fly_ ____________________ 2:08.29 A-10s … earned a share of the team’s Most at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) Valuable Performer honor after leading the 200 IM______________________ 2:15.35 Billiken women with 17 first-place finishes … UALR-Stephens (10/17/09) owned SLU’s fastest times of the season in * denotes school record the 100, 200, 500 and 1000 free as well as the 100 and 200 back and the 100 and 200 fly … clocked the fifth-best 1000-free performance (10:43.32) in school history at IUPUI … touched first in the 100 fly and second in the 200 free vs. IUPUI … came in first in the 200 fly and third in the 200 free at the Butler Quad … recorded a first-place finish in the 500 free (5:18.87) and came in second in the 200 IM (2:15.35) at the UALR-Stephens meet … logged a first-place performance in the 200 back (2:12.22) at the Stephens-Lindenwood meet … won the 200 fly and came in second in the 200 free and third in the 500 free vs. Eastern Illinois … registered a first-place effort in the 100 fly and a second-place finish in the 100 back at the Wash U dual … touched seventh in the 50 fly, eighth in the 100 fly, ninth in the 50 back and 11th in the 100 IM at the Show-Me Showdown … named to the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll both semesters.

Finished sixth in the one- (222.65) and three-meter (227.60) diving competitions at the A-10 Championships … made her second straight NCAA Zone Meet appearance … scored a personal-best 296.77 points on the threemeter board at the Stephens-Lindenwood Personal Bests meet, which ranks seventh in the Billiken One-Meter ___________________ 268.35 record book … posted the eighth-best oneat Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) meter score in school history and a personal Three-Meter __________________ 296.77 best (268.35) at the Lindenwood Invitational … at Stephens-Lindenwood (12/4/09) captured a share of the team’s Most Improved Award … came in first on the one-meter board and captured second-place honors on the three-meter board at the South Dakota State-South Dakota meet … finished second on both boards at Wash U, at the Lindenwood-Stephens meet and at the Lindenwood Invitational … placed second on the one-meter board and recorded a third-place finish on the three-meter board at South Dakota State … placed second on the one-meter board vs. Evansville, at Western Illinois and vs. Eastern Illinois … finished third on the one-meter board (221.65) at the Lindenwood Quad … registered fifth-place performances on the one- and three-meter boards at the Wash U Thanksgiving Invitational … named to spring 2010 A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

At Notre Dame Achieved NISCA/Speedo All-America status in the 100 fly and 400-free relay as a senior … named to 2008-09 USA Swimming Scholastic All-America team … earned All-State accolades in the 100 fly and 400-free relay that same year … finished fifth in the 100 fly and guided the 400-free relay to an eighth-place finish and the 200-free relay to a ninthplace effort at the IHSA state meet her senior year, both efforts were school standards … helped the Irish capture three sectional crowns and four conference titles … won three events at the 2009 Peoria Journal Star Summer Championships … four-year letterwinner in swimming and cheerleading and two-year letterwinner in track and field … competed in the pole vault as a member of the track and field team … National Honor Society member … earned Academic All-America plaudits … Sterling Merit honoree for ranking among the top eight percent in her class academically … was a member of the Peoria YMCA swim team … participated in YMCA Nationals in 2008, also qualified in 2009.

2008-09 Qualified for the NCAA Zone Diving Meet … named A-10 Rookie of the Week Nov. 3 … placed fourth on the one-meter board (235.85) and fifth in the three-meter event (215.65) at the A-10 Championships … turned in a personal best and the fifth-best three-meter effort in SLU annals (291.90) at the Lindenwood Invitational … recorded the sixth-highest onemeter score in school history (266.05) at the Lindenwood Quad, also a personal best … won the one- (228.45) and three-meter (238.65) events at South Dakota State … came in second in the one- and three-meter at the Butler Quad and the Lindenwood Invitational … posted a second-place finish in the one-meter vs. Eastern Illinois (twice), at the Lindenwood Quad and at IUPUI … finished third in the one- (234.07) and three-meter (221.17) events at the Illinois State-Northern Iowa meet.

At Littleton Finished second in the one-meter diving final at the 2008 Class 5A state meet after placing 10th as a junior, seventh as a sophomore and 14th as a freshman … voted team MVP her senior year … served as a team captain as a senior … earned All-City honors in 2008 … placed second at the Continental League meet in 2008 … captured first in every dual meet as a senior … was a four-year letterwinner … participated in the marching and jazz bands and was a member of the frisbee and soccer teams … named to the Highest Honor Roll all four years … graduated with High Honors … her father, Steven, competed in sailing at the 1980 Olympic Trials … her sister, Caroline, is a former member of the Vermont swim team, while her sister, Peggy, is currently a member of the Tufts sailing team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ne wcom e rs Anne Marie CHRISTENSEN

Marissa GILL

5-5 • Freshman Quincy, Ill. Quincy Senior

5-7 • Freshman Sterling, Ill. Newman Central Catholic

Major: Biomedical Engineering

Major: Physical Therapy

At Quincy Senior

At Newman Central Catholic

Helped the 200-medley relay capture the sectional title as a freshman and sophomore … competed at the state championships in the 100 breaststroke as a freshman and sophomore … conference champion in the 100 breast and 500 free as a sophomore … led the Blue Devils to two sectional titles … three-year letterwinner … recipient of the U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar-Athlete Award her senior year … salutatorian of her graduating class … named a National Merit Commended Scholar as a junior … received AP Scholar with Honor and IHSA Scholastic Achievement awards as a junior … inducted into the Society for Academic Achievement as a freshman … four-year High Honor Roll member … two-year National Honor Society member … was a member of the Sheridan Swim Club.

Graduated as the school-record holder in every girls event … qualified for the state meet in 2008 and 2009 … four-time team MVP and Most Dedicated designee … three-time Hustle Award recipient … four-year varsity letterwinner … four-time Academic All-Conference honoree … ranked among the top 10 percent of her class all four years … Illinois State Scholar … two-year National Honor Society member … received the Biology 2 Excellence Award in 2007, the American History honor in 2008 and the Physics accolades in 2010 … was a member of the Sterling Stingrays swim club … her club team 400-medley relay finished 12th at Senior Championships.

Christiana ELTISTE

Megan LA SUER

5-6 • Freshman Omaha, Neb. Westside

5-5 • Freshman Des Moines, Iowa Lincoln

Major: Chemistry

Major: Health Management

At Westside

At Lincoln

Captured All-America Academic Diver honors in 2010 … earned the Zone 16 Top Diver Award in 2009 and 2010 … 2009 Omaha Metro Diving Champion … turned in top-five finishes on the one-meter board at the last three state meet – came in fifth in 2010, third in 2009, second in 2008 and 11th as a freshman in 2007 … four-year varsity letterwinner in track and diving … competed in the 100- and 300-meter hurdles … placed among the top six at the state meet three times in the 100-meter hurdles … two-time Metro All-Academic selection for diving, also received the accolade for track in 2010 … four-year member of the 4.0 Honor Roll … awarded Scholar-Athlete Highest Distinction three times … two-year National Honor Society member … was a member of the Midwest Diving Academy.

Four-time qualifier for the state meet … guided the 200-medley relay to a 10th place finish at the 2007 state meet … in 2008, helped 200-free relay place 12th at the state meet … one of just 12 student-athletes named to the swimming Academic All-State squad … named Metro Conference Swimmer of the Year in 2009 … school-record holder in the 100 breast … also swam on record-breaking 200-medley and 400-free relays … two-time team MVP … received the Tom Cady Achievement Award in 2007 and 2009 … four-year letterwinner in swimming … valedictorian of her senior class … National Honor Society member … AP Scholar … received four academic letters … was a member of the Central Iowa Aquatics club team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ne wcom e rs Ellie LORENZI

Lizzy OSTERMAN

5-9 • Freshman Lake Geneva, Wis. Badger

5-3 • Freshman Southlake, Texas Nolan Catholic

Major: Environmental Science

Major: Chemistry

At Badger

At Nolan Catholic

Twice earned All-America honors as a member of the 200-medley relay (2007 and 2008) … 2008 state champion in the 200-medley relay (1:45.64) … three-time All-State selection in the 200-medley relay … earned All-State honors for the 200-free relay in 2008 and 2009 … helped the 200-free relay (1:38.19) to a second-place finish at the 2009 state meet … placed second in the 200-medley relay (1:48.51) at the 2007 state meet … swam leadoff leg of third-place 200-medley relay (1:46.22) at 2009 state championships … was a member of the 200-free relay (1:37.24) that finished fourth in 2008 … helped her team to a sixth-place finish at the 2008 and 2009 state meets … also played basketball her freshman year … four-year honor roll member … received Academic Athlete plaudits … her grandmother, Betty Lorenzi, is a 13-time U.S. Masters Swimming All-American … her father, Charles, played basketball at Green Bay and her grandfather, Jerome Piper, played football at Bradley … was a member of the Geneva YMCA club team … competed with her club team at the 2010 YMCA Nationals.

Touched first in all four of the events she competed in at the 2010 state meet – 100 fly, 200 free, 200-medley relay and 400-free relay … achieved Academic All-American status in 100 fly, 200 free, 200-medley relay and 400-free relay in 2010 … holds school records in the 100 fly (57.29) and 200 free (1:54.78) … also was a member of the school-record breaking 200-medley and 400-free relays … helped her team to second-place finishes at the state meet the past two seasons after coming in third in 2008 … team captain as a senior … selected Most valuable Performer in 2009 … earned Newcomer of the Year plaudits in 2007 … also was a member of the cross country team for one season … graduated magna cum laude and receive an honors diploma … earned High Honors every quarter of her high school career … attended the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine in July, 2008 after attending the National Youth Leadership Conference in 2007 … National Honor Society member … was a member of the Texas Riversharks club team.

Patrick MERLIHAN

Taylor ROGERS

6-4 • Freshman Yorba Linda, Calif. Esperanza

5-9 • Freshman Libertyville, Ill. Libertyville

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Major: Communication

At Esperanza

At Libertyville

2008-09 USA Swimming Scholastic All-America honoree … placed second in the 500 free at the 2009 Sunset League Championships after finishing third in 2008 … came in 14th in the 500 free (4:40.02) at the 2009 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section Division I Championships after placing 16th (4:49.69) as a sophomore … shattered the JV 500-free Sunset League record (4:59.96) as a freshman … three-time recipient of his team’s Outstanding Swimmer Award … earned the 2009 Coach’s Award for his club team … specialized in the freestyle events … four-year varsity letterwinner … named to the Principal’s Honor Roll … member of the Fullerton Aquatics Sports Team (FAST).

Guided the Wildcats to three sectional titles … named Most Valuable Performer as a sophomore … team captain her senior year … four-year letterwinner … her mother, Mary Beth, and her sister, Becca, are former members of the Alabama swim team, while her brother, Regan, swims at Miami (Ohio) … was a member of the Lake Forest swim club.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ne wcom e rs Molly SHERIDAN

Theresa SKELLY

5-6 • Freshman Tampa, Fla. Academy of the Holy Names

5-8 • Freshman Phoenix, Ariz. Sunnyslope

Major: Undeclared

Major: Business Administration

At Academy of the Holy Names

At Sunnyslope

Garnered USA Swimming Scholastic All-America honors as a junior … four-time qualifier for the state meet … graduated as the 50 free school-record holder … eight-time district champion … three-time team MVP … captured All-County honors as a junior … earned Rookie of the Year plaudits as a freshman … finished sixth in the 50 free (24.52) at the Class 2A state meet her senior year … guided the Jaguars to district titles her final two seasons … four-year letterwinner in swimming … also participated in track and field for two years … four-year President’s Honor Roll member … three-year member of the National Beta Club … participated in her school’s Student Ambassador Program for three years … two-year member of National Honor Society … Mu Alpha Theta member … her brother, Stephen, is a current member of the SLU swim team, while another brother, Richard, is a former member of the Billiken swim team … was a member of the Carrollwood Village club team … holds the club record in the 50 free.

Led the Vikings to a fourth-place finish at the state meet her senior year … named Most Outstanding Junior in 2008 and Most Outstanding Senior in 2009 … helped her team capture four Region titles … recipient of the 2008 Viking Award … was a member of the 200-medley relay (1:55.62) that came in third at the 2009 Class 4A Division I state meet, also finished third in the 100 fly (59.00), fourth in the 200 IM (2:13.18), fourth place 400-free relay (3:44.50) … her team finished second at Class 4A Division II state meet her freshman year and fifth at the Class 4A Division I state meet her sophomore and junior years … helped 200-medley relay (1:54.08) place fifth at 2008 state meet, touched fourth in the 100 fly (59.62) and seventh in the 200 IM (2:13.38), sixth place 400-free relay (3:48.92) … four-year varsity letterwinner in swimming … also played softball … earned Scholar-Athlete plaudits all four years … was a member of the Phoenix Swim Club … her club team was presented the Golden Goggle Award and finishing third at long-course sectionals.

Sarah SIKORA

Hannah SOLTYS

5-2 • Freshman Munster, Ind. Munster

5-5 • Freshman Naperville, Ill. Neuqua Valley

Major: Nursing

Major: Athletic Training

At Munster

At Neuqua Valley

Earned All-America honors in the 200-medley relay her sophomore and senior seasons … named to the ICGSA All-State first team as a senior … took home NISCA State Top 16 Award as a member of the 200-medley relay her senior year … graduated as the schoolrecord holder in the 100 fly and was a member of the record-setting 200-medley relay … three-time state qualifier and two-time sectional champion in the 100 fly … four-time state qualifier in the relay events … guided the 200-medley relay (1:45.49) to a second-place effort at the state meet her senior year … helped the Seahorses to three sectional titles and a third-place finish at the state meet her senior year … second-place finisher in the 100 fly at sectionals as a freshman and as a senior … came in second in the 200 IM at sectionals her sophomore year and placed third as a senior … four-year letterwinner in swimming … also a member of the track team for two seasons … received Scholar-Athlete plaudits all four years … captured Academic All-Conference accolades as a senior … earned a spot on the NFHS Honor Roll for girls swimming her senior year … two-year National Honor Society member … was a member of the Munster Swim Club.

Competed in the 100 breast and 200-medley relay at the 2009 state meet … helped the Wildcats to the 2009 conference title … team captain in 2009 … received her team’s Most Improved Award in 2008 … three-time Academic All-Conference selection … three-year varsity letterwinner … also played water polo for one season … three-time recipient of the Academic Achievement Award … earned Illinois State, AP and Indian Prairie Scholar accolades … her father was a member of the Eastern Illinois swim team … was a member of the Fox Valley club team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Ne wcom e rs Hunter STEVENSON 6-0 • Freshman Leawood, Kan. Shawnee Mission East Major: Biomedical Engineering At Shawnee Mission East Anchored the state champion 200-free relay (1:26.91) and the second place 400-free relay (3:13.65) at the state championships his senior year … also swam on the state champion 200-free relay (1:27.23) as a junior and anchored the third-place 400-free relay (3:19.84) … guided the Lancers to three state championships and four Sunflower League titles … his team placed third at the 2008 state meet … earned All-State second team accolades in 2009 … two-time All-Metro first team selection (2009 and 2010) … chosen as his school’s 2010 Male Athlete of the Year … placed fifth in the 500 free (4:50.60) and eighth in the 200 free (1:46.78) at the 2009 state meet … tied for fifth in the 50 free (22.10) and came in ninth in the 100 free (48.68) at the 2010 state meet … specialized in the freestyle events … four-year varsity letterwinner … received National AP Scholar plaudits in 2009 … two-year National Honor Society member … four-year honor roll member … was a member of the Kansas City Blazers club team.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving Hea d C oa ch J im Ha l l ib u r to n Jim HALLIBURTON Head Coach 10th Season Indiana, 1982 Career Dual Record: 281-92-1 In August 2001, Jim Halliburton brought his lofty prep credentials into his first college position as he became the head coach at Saint Louis University. Halliburton left the head coaching position at Marquette High School to take the reins of the Billiken program. Halliburton’s understanding of and involvement in prep swimming paid off immediately in recruiting for the Billikens. The first-time college coach went from mentoring SLU men’s and women’s teams that were winless in his first season to leading squads that went a combined 48-2 in 2006-07. The women’s squad went unbeaten in dual-meet competition for three straight seasons, winning 61 consecutive duals. Additionally, the women have broken 18 of 21 school records and the men have eclipsed 19 of 21 school marks during Halliburton’s tenure. Prior to the revitalization at SLU, Halliburton turned around swim programs at the Rockwood Swim Club, Marquette High School and the Missouri Athletic Club Summer League. His longest tenure was as the head coach of the Rockwood Swim Club, where from 1985 to 2006 he took a program with 38 swimmers and turned it into a nationalchampion squad comprised of 500 swimmers. Halliburton’s Marquette team won three state championships in his last four seasons. In just two seasons with the MAC Summer League team, Halliburton took a team that did not win a meet in 1999 to a conference championship in 2001. He was named U.S. National Team Coach three times and Region 8 Coach of the Year six times. Halliburton has coached two world-record holders and 20 swimmers in the Olympic Trials. Two of his swimmers have competed in the Olympic Games. More than 50 swimmers training under him have ranked in the top 16 in the United States in their age group, and eight of them were ranked No. 1. In March 2009, the Missouri Athletic Club inducted Halliburton into its Hall of Fame for his coaching achievements. Recently, he also was singled out for his accomplishments in the pool. A former member of the Clayton Shaw Park (CSP) swim team, Halliburton became the seventh male swimmer, and 11 person overall, inducted into the Ozark Swimming Hall of Fame that same month. As a competitor, Halliburton was a member of the United States National Team from 1978 to 1982 and was team captain in his final season with the squad. A former American record holder, he was twice ranked No. 1 in the world in the 100-meter butterfly. At Indiana University, Halliburton was a seven-time Big Ten champion and broke Mark Spitz’s Big Ten record in the 100 fly. He was also a four-time NCAA All-American. Halliburton continues to compete in the pool, most recently turning in 11 record-breaking gold-medal performances at the St. Louis Senior Olympics in 2009. Halliburton graduated from Indiana with a bachelor of science degree in physical education in1982. He is a 1977 graduate of Ladue High School in St. Louis. He and his wife, Joanne, have two children, Kaleigh and T.J.

Halliburton’s Dual-meet Breakdown Season Men’s Record Pct. Women’s Record Pct. 2009-10 15-8 .652 16-11 .593 2008-09 26-4 .867 24-11 .686 2007-08 19-4 .826 19-3-1 .848 2006-07 23-2 .920 25-0 1.000 2005-06 13-4 .765 17-0 1.000 2004-05 12-6 .667 18-0 1.000 2003-04 11-9 .550 17-4 .810 2002-03 12-4 .750 14-4 .778 2001-02 0-9 .000 0-9 .000 Eight Seasons 131-50 .724 150-42-1 . 780

slu coaching notables • Members of Halliburton’s women’s team have won six individual conference titles. Brad Byars captured the first title for the men’s team in 2008. • Halliburton coached the first Academic All-American in SLU women’s swimming and diving history. Kelly Tessar earned third-team honors in 2006. • Christopher Johansen (second team) became the third Academic All-American in men’s program history in 2006. • His swimmers have earned 11 Atlantic 10 Academic All-Conference honors, including A-10 Student-Athlete of the Year honorees Christopher Johansen (2006) and Brad Byars (2008). • Halliburton is the winningest men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach in Saint Louis University history. • His women’s teams have broken 18 of 21 school records, and the men have eclipsed 19 of 21 school marks.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving C o a chi n g S ta f f Greg TRIEFENBACH Diving Coach Sixth Season LSU, 1994

Greg Triefenbach enters his fifth season on the Billiken swimming and diving staff. Last season, he helped a school-record four divers, including three freshmen, qualify for the NCAA Zone Meet. In 2007, Triefenbach coached Anna Larson to the first conference diving title (three-meter) in school history. Triefenbach, who is also the head diving coach at Lindenwood, has served as the diving coach for the Cyprus National Team for three years. Triefenbach spent more than three seasons as the diving coach at Missouri. With the Tigers, he coached several Big 12 finalists, and all eight of his divers qualified for the 2003 NCAA Zone Meet. Prior to his stint at Missouri, he spent three seasons at Virginia Tech. In Blacksburg, he coached his divers to two conference records. Triefenbach got his coaching start as an assistant at LSU, his alma mater. As a diver at LSU, Triefenbach was a two-time Southeastern Conference champion, a five-time All-American and third-place finisher at the NCAA Zone Meet on the 10-meter platform. He and his wife, Lisa, reside in St. Charles, Mo.

Brad BYARS Assistant Coach Third Season Saint Louis, 2008

Brad Byars enters his second season on the SLU coaching staff after completing one of the most successful careers in Saint Louis men’s swimming history. As a senior, Byars became the first Billiken in program history to capture a conference title for the men’s team when he finished first in the 100 free at the 2008 Atlantic 10 Conference Championships. The Marion, Ill., native finished his career as the school-record holder in the 100 (45.27) and 200 (1:41.44) free. Byars was a three-time team MVP and earned A-10 Performer of the Week accolades on six occasions. Byars bettered his performance at the conference championships throughout his career. He touched 10th in the 50 free as a sophomore and improved to sixth as a junior and third in 2008 as a senior. Prior to capturing the conference title in the 100 free in 2008, Byars finished third in 2007 and fifth in 2006. In addition to achieving success in the pool, Byars excelled in the classroom, earning postgraduate scholarships from the NCAA and the A-10 in 2008. Following a pair of A-10 Academic All-Conference selections, Byars was named the 2008 Men’s Swimming and Diving Student-Athlete of the Year. The 2008 SLU Male Senior Student-Athlete of the Year also picked up ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District first-team honors as a senior. Byars graduated from SLU with a bachelor’s degree in human resource management in 2008. He is pursuing a degree in health-care law at SLU’s School of Law.

Jessen WABEKE Assistant Coach Fourth Season SMU, 2006

Jessen Wabeke begins his third season on the SLU staff after enjoying a successful swimming career at Southern Methodist University. Wabeke helped the Mustangs to four straight conference titles, while also guiding SMU to NCAA top-25 finishes in 2002, 2003 and 2005. Prior to his collegiate career, he won the 2001 Colorado Class 5A state title in the 500 free. The Loveland, Colo., native also led the 400-free relay to the state crown in 2002 while his team finished second overall. Wabeke’s coaching history includes stints as an assistant with the Loveland Swim Club and at his alma mater, Thompson Valley High School. Wabeke received his bachelor’s degree in advertising from SMU in 2006. He is employed as a writer at Rodgers/Townsend in St. Louis.

Stefan YARBROUGH Assistant Coach Third Season

Stefan Yarbrough enters his second season as a collegiate assistant coach after swimming for the Billikens during the 2004-05 season. Yarbrough has spent the past four years as an assistant coach with the Heat swim club in St. Louis. During the 2006-07 academic year, the Florissant, Mo., native served as an assistant coach with the McCluer North High School girls’ team, which went on to capture the conference championship.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 10 A -1 0 C h a mp ion shi p R e s u l t s Men’s Results 200-Medley Relay Final 7. Brabbins, Brasser, Butzke, Walsh 1:34.00 One-Meter Diving Prelim Final 4. Billy Hrabovsky 253.60 269.50 12. Chad Carmichael 193.35 13. Ethan Paster 154.25 800-Free Relay Final 6. Dahle, Kelly, Sheridan, Sayre 6:54.86 500 Free Prelim Final 16. Mike Kelly 4:42.00 4:43.16 22. Spencer Litzau 4:45.01 32. Patrick Ward 5:02.23 33. Kyle Embrey 5:06.99 35. Tom Miazga 6:01.86 200 IM Prelim Final 22. Sal Cruz 1:57.51 28. Marco Navarro 1:59.09 37. Brian Brasser 2:02.57 39. Ethan Paster 2:21.67 40. Billy Hrabovsky 2:40.32 50 Free Prelim Final 13. Stephen Sheridan 21.16 21.04 24. Blake Kocian 21.62 T25. Will Butzke 21.63 30. Adam Walsh 21.85 31. B.J. Sayre 21.97 38. Michael Quinn 22.48 39. Chris Mandli 23.00 200-Free Relay Final 7. Sheridan, Kocian Butzke, Walsh 1:24.66 400 IM Prelim Final 4. Michael Dahle 4:04.87 4:01.17 21. Marco Navarro 4:26.50 100 Fly Prelim Final 15. Will Butzke 50.94 51.62 T21. Jimmy Brabbins 52.23 31. Tom Costigan 54.12 32. Neil Morrison 55.11 200 Free Prelim Final 11. Mike Kelly 1:44.18 1:43.31 22. Neil Morrison 1:45.70 31. Spencer Litzau 1:48.90 33. Patrick Ward 1:55.07 100 Breast Prelim Final 4. Brian Brasser 57.36 57.19 14. Blake Kocian 59.10 58.60 20. Sal Cruz 59.90 24. Adam Walsh 1:00.75 25. Chris Mandli 1:00.91 27. Michael Quinn 1:01.55 100 Back Prelim Final 23. Tom Costigan 53.00 26. Jimmy Brabbins 53.24 29. B.J. Sayre 53.79 32. Kyle Embrey 54.74 33. Tom Miazga 1:05.71 Three-Meter Diving Prelim Final 3. Chad Carmichael 261.70 297.55 10. Billy Hrabovsky 237.80

12.

Ethan Paster

188.85

15.

Laura Hahn

149.85

400-Medley Relay Final 7. Costigan, Brasser, Butzke, Sheridan 3:26.61

200-Free Relay Final 10. Brabbins, Kopec, Storm, Hagar 1:38.21

1650 Free Final 8. Mike Kelly 16:14.49 11. Spencer Litzau 16:23.14 21. Patrick Ward 17:34.89 200 Back Prelim Final 13. Michael Dahle 1:53.28 1:53.72 18. Tom Costigan 1:54.22 25. Kyle Embrey 1:56.95 26. Jimmy Brabbins 1:57.24 27. B.J. Sayre 1:57.58 2. Tom Miazga 2:22.90

400 IM Prelim Final 10. Laura Robertson 4:32.68 4:33.22 20. Samantha Getty 4:47.68 24. Molly Culver 4:58.14 25. Alexa Milewski 5:00.04

100 Free Prelim Final 11. Stephen Sheridan 46.62 46.68 29. Adam Walsh 47.95 35. Michael Quinn 49.64

200 Free Prelim Final 26. Emily Kopec 1:57.52 31. Maggie Brabbins 1:58.71 36. Jessica Schwarz 1:59.74 38. Ariel Hyams 2:00.86 41. Julia Pearson 2:01.26 45. Allison Storm 2:02.42 49. Kerry Conaty 2:09.56

200 Breast Prelim Final 16. Blake Kocian 2:09.74 2:10.56 17. Sal Cruz 2:10.08 19. Brian Brasser 2:11.50 24. Chris Mandli 2:16.13 25. Marco Navarro 2:16.32 200 Fly Prelim Final 10. Michael Dahle 1:55.52 1:54.78 17. Stephen Sheridan 1:56.42 21. Will Butzke 1:57.20 24. Neil Morrison 2:00.35 400-Free Relay Final 8. Sayre, Brabbins, Walsh, Sheridan 3:07.57

Women’s Results 200-Medley Relay Final 10. Tamkun, Adams, Streid, Storm 1:48.46 800-Free Relay Final 7. Streid, Schwarz, Hagar, Brabbins 7:43.64 500 Free Prelim Final 29. Maggie Brabbins 5:15.53 36. Ariel Hyams 5:23.11 37. Molly Culver 5:23.64 39. Jessica Schwarz 5:24.37 41. Alexa Milewski 5:28.21 43. Kaitlyn Adams 5:35.32 44. Kerry Conaty 5:44.31 200 IM Prelim Final 11. Laura Robertson 2:08.23 2:08.13 23. Jordan Hagar 2:14.66 30. Samantha Getty 2:17.23 33. Alexa Milewski 2:21.06 50 Free Prelim Final 39. Allison Storm 25.24 49. Erica Polachek 26.00 51. Lindsey Tamkun 26.17 52. Kelsey COleman 26.21 53. Elizabeth Molloy 26.37 58 Laura Hahn 27.36 One-Meter Diving Prelim Final 6. Hannah Tautz 236.65 222.65 9. Anna Larson 190.65

100 Fly Prelim Final 10. Taylro Streid 57.49 57.66 12. Jordan Hagar 57.93 57.91 28. Erica Polachek 1:00.52 34. Allison Storm 1:03.09 35. Katie Ising 1:04.07

100 Breast Prelim Final 19. Kaitlyn Adams 1:09.43 100 Back Prelim Final 25. Lindsey Tamkun 1:00.27 31. Katie Ising 1:01.18 34 Elizabeth Molloy 1:02.42 36. Emily Kopec 1:03.03 37. Kelsey Coleman 1:03.32 400-Medley Relay Final 8. Streid, L. Robertson, Hagar, Brabbins 3:56.80 1650 Free Final 25. Molly Culver 18:36.09 200 Back Prelim Final 13. Taylor Streid 2:05.97 2:06.34 23. Katie Ising 2:11.77 25. Elizabeth Molloy 2:14.36 27. Lindsey Tamkun 2:14.87 29. Samantha Getty 2:17.37 100 Free Prelim Final 26. Jordan Hagar 53.87 29. Emily Kopec 54.13 35. Maggie brabbins 54.52 47. Julia Pearson 56.22 50. Jessica Schwarz 56.53 52. Kelsey Coleman 56.79 200 Breast Prelim Final 9. Laura Robertson 2:26.33 2:22.57 22. Kaitlyn Adams 2:32.70 27. Ariel Hyams 2:39.02 200 Fly Prelim Final 7. Taylor Streid 2:08.29 2:08.95 22. Erica Polachek 2:12.42 28. Julia Pearson 2:25.42 Three-Meter Diving Prelim Final 1. Anna Larson 307.60 268.95 6. Hannah Tautz 237.20 227.60 14. Laura Hahn 145.90 400-Free Relay Final 10. Streid, Kopec, Hagar, Brabbins 3:34.20


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Me n ’s R e s ul t s Oct. 3, 2009, at Wash U SLU lost to Wash U, 142-95 SLU Winners 100 Back Tom Costigan One-Meter Chad Carmichael Three-Meter Chad Carmichael

55.73 237.45 256.80

Oct. 4, 2009, at butler quad SLU lost to Evansville, 124-119 SLU lost to Wright State, 174-69 SLU Winners One-Meter Chad Carmichael

273.25

Finished 5th out of 7 teams No SLU Winners

23.02 50.05 1:47.57 4:59.29 10:16.09 1:58.64 2:19.67 2:01.02 4:20.88 260.33 3:19.43 3:42.66

OCT. 31, 2009, at LINDENWOOD INVITATIONAL 47.85 302.40 316.50

nov. 20, 2009, vs. eastern illinois SLU lost to Eastern Illinois, 114-107 SLU Winners 500 Free Mike Kelly 1000 Free Spencer Litzau 200 Back Michael Dahle 200 Fly Michael Dahle 200 IM Michael Dahle One-Meter Chad Carmichael

4:53.92 10:16.87 1:56.94 1:59.59 1:58.91 248.35

nov. 21-22, 2009, at wash u invitational Finished 4th out of 8 teams No SLU Winners

NOV. 22, 2009, vs. IUPUI SLU def. IUPUI, 119-66 SLU Winners 50 Free Stephen Sheridan 100 Free Stephen Sheridan 200 Free Mike Kelly 500 Free Mike Kelly 100 Breast Brian Brasser 100 Fly Will Butzke 200-Free Relay 200-Medley Relay

22.48 49.34 1:48.43 4:55.56 1:02.07 53.68 1:30.85 1:39.07

dec. 4, 2009, VS. LINDENWOOD SLU def. Lindenwood, 147-95 SLU Winners 50 Free Stephen Sheridan 100 Free Stephen Sheridan

1:48.12 4:54.17 10:02.00 1:57.66 4:10.89 288.90 340.13

SLU def. IUPUI, 95-36 SLU def. Western Illinois, 104-27 SLU lost to Ball State, 81-50 SLU Winners 100 Breast Brian Brasser 200 IM Michael Dahle Three-Meter Chad Carmichael

1:00.35 1:59.05 257.40

jan. 10, 2010, VS. EVANSVILLE

OCT. 29, 2009, at WESTERN ILLINOIS

SLU lost to Lindenwood, 153-107 SLU Winners 100 Free Stephen Sheridan One-Meter Chad Carmichael Three-Meter Billy Hrabovsky

Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael

DEC. 5, 2009, at IUPUI QUAD

Oct. 10, 2009, AT SHOW-ME SHOWDOWN

SLU def. Western Illinois, 176-75 SLU Winners 50 Free Will Butzke 100 Free B.J. Sayre 200 Free Stephen Sheridan 500 Free Mike Kelly 1000 Free Mike Kelly 200 Back Michael Dahle 200 Breast Marco Navarro 200 Fly Michael Dahle 400 IM Michael Dahle One-Meter Billy Hrabovsky 400-Free Relay 400-Medley Relay

200 Free 500 Free 1000 Free 200 Back 400 IM One-Meter Three-Meter

SLU def. Evansville, 126-98 SLU Winners 50 Free Stephen Sheridan 100 Free Stephen Sheridan 500 Free Michael Dahle 1000 Free Michael Dahle 100 Breast Brian Brasser 200 IM Michael Dahle One-Meter Chad Carmichael

jan. 16, 2010, at SDSU/SOUTH DAKOTA SLU def. South Dakota, 91-33 SLU def. South Dakota, 71-40 SLU def. South Dakota State, 69-51 SLU def. South Dakota State, 69-52 SLU Winners 50 Free Stephen Sheridan 100 Free Stephen Sheridan 1000 Free Mike Kelly 200 Back Michael Dahle 200 Fly Michael Dahle 200 IM Michael Dahle One-Meter Billy Hrabovsky Three-Meter Chad Carmichael 400-Free Relay

21.56 47.89 10:09.18 1:57.13 1:59.92 1:58.69 256.05 273.16 3:14.38

jan. 17, 2010, at SOUTH DAKOTA state SLU def. South Dakota State, 93-57 SLU def. South Dakota State, 49-44 SLU Winners 50 Free Stephen Sheridan 500 Free Michael Dahle 100 Breast Brian Brasser 100 Fly Will Butzke 400 IM Michael Dahle One-Meter Billy Hrabovsky Three-Meter Billy Hrabovsky 200-Free Relay 200-Medley Relay

21.72 4:56.80 1:00.01 53.08 4:19.28 261.31 278.10 1:27.58 1:38.97

jan. 22, 2010, at IUPUI SLU def. IUPUI, 114-91 SLU Winners 200 Free Michael Dahle 1000 Free Mike Kelly 100 Breast Blake Kocian 100 Fly Will Butzke 200-Free Relay 200-Medley Relay

jan. 23, 2010, at LINDENWOOD QUAD 21.92 48.21

22.06 48.70 4:57.07 10:14.44 1:01.50 2:00.28 287.05

SLU def. Illinois Institute of Technology, 162-123 SLU def. Lindenwood, 157.5-147.5 SLU lost to Missouri State, 203-100

1:46.91 10:00.84 1:01.41 52.67 1:28.38 1:39.01

SLU Winners 200 Back

Michael Dahle

1:56.18

feb. 6, 2010, at eastern illinois SLU lost to Eastern Illinois, 135-70 SLU Winners 500 Free Mike Kelly 1000 Free Mike Kelly

4:50.82 10:12.90


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Wome n ’s R e s ul t s 200-Medley Relay

Oct. 3, 2009, at Wash U SLU def. Wash U, 164-70 SLU Winners 50 Free Allison Storm 100 Free Emily Kopec 200 Free Katie Kolster 100 Back Lindsey Tamkun 100 Breast Laura Robertson 100 Fly Taylor Streid 200 IM Laura Robertson One-Meter Anna Larson Three-Meter Anna Larson 200-Free Relay 200-Medley Relay

nov. 20, 2009, vs. eastern illinois 25.38 56.07 2:00.85 1:01.07 1:09.76 59.39 2:15.69 234.15 241.35 1:41.78 1:52.07

Oct. 4, 2009, at butler quad SLU def. Butler, 182-41 SLU lost to Evansville, 163-78 SLU lost to Wright State, 165-76 SLU Winners 200 Fly Taylor Streid One-Meter Anna Larson Three-Meter Anna Larson

2:10.97 245.75 242.10

SLU finished 4th out of 7 teams No SLU Winners

25.81 56.69 2:00.01 5:18.87 1:01.02 1:12.38 1:02.18 2:13.76 229.88 1:43.36 1:53.84

nov. 21-22, 2009, at wash u invitational SLU finished 2nd out of 9 teams SLU Winners One-Meter Anna Larson Three-Meter Anna Larson

411.60 456.00

SLU def. IUPUI, 114-71 SLU Winners 100 Free Emily Kopec 200 Free katie Kolster 500 Free Katie Kolster 100 Back Lindsey Tamkun 100 Fly Taylor Streid 200 IM Jordan hagar 200-Free Relay 200-Medley Relay

56.08 2:01.05 5:23.24 1:03.55 1:00.89 2:18.93 1:44.18 1:55.49

SLU def. Lindenwood, 154-68 SLU def. Stephens, 173-30 SLU Winners 50 Free Katie Kolster 100 Free Maggie Brabbins 200 Free Allison Storm 500 Free Emily Kopec 1000 Free Molly Culver 200 Back Taylor Streid 200 Breast Kaitlyn Adams 400 IM Laura Robertson One-Meter Anna larson Three-Meter Anna Larson 800-Free Relay

26.18 56.16 2:03.05 5:29.69 11:17.55 2:12.22 2:37.53 4:42.27 289.05 329.10 8:14.21

DEC. 5, 2009, at IUPUI QUAD

OCT. 29, 2009, at WESTERN ILLINOIS 57.12 1:59.91 2:16.41 2:30.37 4:43.04 261.34 3:46.08 4:07.72

OCT. 31, 2009, at LINDENWOOD INVITATIONAL SLU lost to Lindenwood, 176-78 SLU Winners 50 Free Katie Kolster 100 Free Katie Kolster 200 Free Jessica Schwarz 500 Free Laura Robertson 1000 Free Allison Storm 100 Breast Laura Robertson One-Meter Anna Larson Three-Meter Anna Larson 200-Free Relay 400-Free Relay

2:26.81 2:10.44 252.25

dec. 4, 2009, VS. LINDENWOOD/stephens

OCT. 17, 2009, vs. stephens/ualr

SLU def. Western Illinois, 163-83 SLU Winners 100 Free Jordan Hagar 200 Free Katie Kolster 200 Back Lindsey Tamkun 200 Breast Laura Robertson 400 IM Laura Robertson One-Meter Anna Larson 400-Free Relay 400-Medley Relay

SLU lost to Eastern Illinois, 124-94 SLU Winners 200 Breast Laura Robertson 200 Fly Taylor Streid One-Meter Anna Larson

NOV. 22, 2009, vs. IUPUI

Oct. 10, 2009, AT SHOW-ME SHOWDOWN

SLU def. Stephens, 96-7 SLU def. UALR, 83-20 SLU Winners 50 Free Jordan Hagar 100 Free Maggie Brabbins 200 Free Katie Kolster 500 Free Taylor Streid 100 Back LIndsey Tamkun 100 Breast kaitlyn Adams 100 Fly Jordan Hagar 200 IM Laura Robertson One-Meter Anna Larson 200-Free Relay 200-Medley Relay

1:54.76

25.61 54.63 1:59.56 5:24.31 11:13.92 1:09.44 295.40 305.95 1:44.77 3:44.83

SLU lost to Ball State, 99.5-40.5 SLU def. IUPUI, 104-36 SLU def. Western Illinois, 79-61 SLU Winners 200 Free Katie Kolster 400-Free Relay

1:57.50 3:49.79

jan. 10, 2010, VS. EVANSVILLE SLU lost to Evansville, 150-74 SLU Winners One-Meter Anna Larson

262.35

jan. 16, 2010, at SDSU/SOUTH DAKOTA SLU def. South Dakota, 48-44 SLU def. South Dakota, 97-52 SLU ost to South Dakota State, 70-60 SLU lost to South Dakota State, 64-46 SLU Winners 200 Back Taylor Streid 200 Fly Taylor Streid One-Meter Hannah Tautz Three-Meter Anna larson

jan. 17, 2010, at SOUTH DAKOTA state SLU lost to South Dakota State, 61-32

2:09.93 2:09.93 236.40 246.61

SLU lost to South Dakota State, 84-66 SLU Winners 500 Free Taylor Streid 100 Fly Taylor Streid Three-Meter Anna Larson

5:16.62 59.58 258.38

jan. 22, 2010, at IUPUI SLU def. IUPUI, 139.5-65.5 SLU Winners 50 Free Julia Pearson 100 Free Molly Culver 1000 Free Taylor Streid 100 Back Taylor Streid 100 Breast Laura Robertson 100 Fly Jordan Hagar 200 IM Jordan Hagar 200-Free Relay 200-Medley Relay

26.27 58.09 10:43.32 59.21 1:09.94 1:00.02 2;15.69 1:43.75 1:55.24

jan. 23, 2010, at LINDENWOOD QUAD SLU def. Illinois Institute of Technology, 210-54 SLU def. Lindenwood, 209-82 SLU lost to Missouri State, 188-111 SLU Winners 200 Back Taylor Streid 200 Fly Taylor Streid One-Meter Anna Larson

2:09.46 2:10.66 261.85

feb. 6, 2010, at eastern illinois SLU lost to Eastern Illinois, 120-85 SLU Winners 500 Free Taylor Streid 100 Fly Taylor Streid

5:15.03 58.89


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Me n ’s Top T im e s 50 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7* 7* 9 10

21.04 21.16 21.25 21.56 21.62 21.63 21.65 21.65 21.71 21.72

1650 Free Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Blake Kocian Will Butzke Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at South Dakota State (1/17/10)

Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan B.J. Sayre Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Adam Walsh Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10-relay) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09-relay)

Mike Kelly Michael Dahle Mike Kelly Neil Morrison Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Mike Kelly Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Michael Dahle

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/2010-relay) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at Western Illinois (10/29/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10)

100 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

46.62 46.68 47.51 47.85 47.89 47.95 48.01 48.06 48.21 48.36

1:43.31 1:43.53 1:44.18 1:45.70 1:46.91 1:47.01 1:47.55 1:47.57 1:47.68 1:47.78

4:42.00 4:43.16 4:45.01 4:49.92 4:50.82 4:52.32 4:53.26 4:53.92 4:54.17 4:55.01

10:00.84 10:01.41 10:02.00 10:04.27 10:04.60 10:09.18 10:10.74 10:12.90 10:12.94 10:14.44

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

53.00 53.24 53.79 54.42 54.74 54.87 55.02 55.19 55.34 55.48

Tom Costigan Jimmy Brabbins B.J. Sayre Michael Dahle Kyle Embrey Tom Costigan Michael Dahle Jimmy Brabbins Jimmy Brabbins Tom Costigan

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at Butler Quad (10/4/09-relay)

1 2 3 4 5 6* 6* 8 9 10

1:53.28 1:53.72 1:54.22 1:55.64 1:56.18 1:56.94 1:56.94 1:56.95 1:57.13 1:57.24

Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Tom Costigan Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Kyle Embrey Michael Dahle Jimmy Brabbins

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre)

100 Breast Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Spencer Litzau Michael Dahle Mike Kelly Michael Dahle Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Spencer Litzau

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09 at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09)

Mike Kelly Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Mike Kelly Spencer Litzau Mike Kelly Spencer Litzau Mike Kelly Spencer Litzau Michael Dahle

IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) at Wash U. (10/3/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at Wash U. (10/3/09) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Evansville (1/10/10)

1000 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Mike Kelly Spencer Litzau Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Spencer Litzau Spencer Litzau Michael Dahle Mike Kelly Patrick Ward Spencer Litzau

200 Back

500 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

16:14.49 16:23.14 16:53.34 17:01.45 17:01.89 17:03.08 17:03.66 17:10.94 17:34.89 17:44.65

100 Back

200 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

57.19 57.36 58.60 59.10 59.90 1:00.01 1:00.35 1:00.57 1:00.75 1:00.91

Brian Brasser Brian Brasser Blake Kocian Blake Kocian Sal Cruz Brian Brasser Brian Brasser Brian Brasser Adam Walsh Chris Mandli

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre)

200 Breast 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2:09.74 2:10.08 2:10.56 2:11.50 2:16.13 2:16.32 2:17.45 2:18.78 x2:18.83 2:18.84

Blake Kocian Sal Cruz Blake Kocian Brian Brasser Chris Mandli Marco Navarro Brian Brasser Brian Brasser Marco Navarro Marco Navarro

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09)


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Me n ’s Top T im e s 100 Fly 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

50.94 51.62 52.23 52.67 52.84 53.08 53.14 53.18 53.34 53.41

3 Meter 6 Dives Will Butzke Will Butzke Jimmy Brabbins Will Butzke Will Butzke Will Butzke Will Butzke Will Butzke Stephen Sheridan Will Butzke

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09)

Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Stephen Sheridan Will Butzke Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Neil Morrison

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre)

200 Fly 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1:54.78 1:55.52 1:56.42 1:57.20 1:57.80 1:58.01 1:59.59 1:59.74 1:59.92 2:00.35

1:57.51 1:58.69 1:58.91 1:59.05 1:59.09 1:59.77 2:00.00 2:00.28 2:00.31 2:02.57

Sal Cruz Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Marco Navarro Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Brian Brasser

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Evansville (1/10/10) at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre)

400 IM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

4:01.17 4:04.87 4:10.89 4:13.83 4:16.59 4:19.28 4:20.88 4:26.50 4:30.36 4:30.69

Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Marco Navarro Marco Navarro Marco Navarro

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at Western Illinois (10/29/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09)

1 Meter 6 Dives 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9* 9*

302.40 291.95 288.90 287.05 278.32 273.25 269.50 268.00 264.90 264.90

340.13 337.35 316.50 297.55 296.50 281.40 278.10 273.16 266.35 261.70

Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael

Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre)

200 Free Relay

200 IM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Billy Hrabovsky

at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Evansville (1/10/10) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Evansville (1/10/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1:24.66 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Stephen Sheridan, Blake Kocian, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 1:27.58 A RELAY Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Stephen Sheridan, Will Butzke, Jimmy Brabbins, B.J. Sayre 1:27.67 A RELAY at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Will Butzke, Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 1:28.05 A RELAY at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, B.J. Sayre, Adam Walsh 1:28.38 A RELAY IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, B.J. Sayre, Mike Kelly 1:28.84 A RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) B.J. Sayre, Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 1:29.00 A RELAY at Wash U. (10/3/09) B.J. Sayre, Stephen Sheridan, Mike Kelly, Adam Walsh 1:30.82 B RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Will Butzke, Blake Kocian, Michael Quinn, Mike Kelly 1:30.85 A RELAY IUPUI (11/22/09) Neil Morrison, Michael Quinn, Adam Walsh 1:33.23 B RELAY Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Blake Kocian, Michael Quinn, Neil Morrison, Sal Cruz

400 Free Relay 1 2 3 4* 4* 6 7 8 9 10

3:07.57 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) B.J. Sayre, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh, Stephen Sheridan 3:14.38 A RELAY USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) Stephen Sheridan, B.J. Sayre, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 3:14.86 A RELAY at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Mike Kelly, Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 3:15.24 A RELAY Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) B.J. Sayre, Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 3:15.24 A RELAY at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Stephen Sheridan, B.J. Sayre, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 3:16.32 A RELAY Evansville (1/10/10) Stephen Sheridan, B.J. Sayre, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 3:17.19 A RELAY at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) B.J. Sayre, Jimmy Brabbins, Michael Dahle, Adam Walsh 3:18.24 A RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) B.J. Sayre, Jimmy Brabbins, Mike Kelly, Adam Walsh 3:18.77 A RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Mike Kelly, Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 3:19.43 A RELAY at Western Illinois (10/29/09) Stephen Sheridan, Jimmy Brabbins, Mike Kelly, Michael Quinn


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Me n ’s Top T im e s 800 Free Relay 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

6:54.86 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Michael Dahle, Mike Kelly, Stephen Sheridan, B.J. Sayre 7:14.27 A RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Michael Dahle, Stephen Sheridan, Mike Kelly, B.J. Sayre 7:24.47 A RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Stephen Sheridan, Mike Kelly, Neil Morrison, Jimmy Brabbins 7:30.77 B RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Chris Mandli, Kyle Embrey, Michael Quinn, Patrick Ward 7:34.42 B RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Sal Cruz, Michael Quinn, Chris Mandli, Spencer Litzau 7:47.04 C RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Jimmy Brabbins, Spencer Litzau, Neil Morrison, Adam Walsh 8:23.11 C RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Tom Miazga, Tom Costigan, Kyle Embrey, Patrick Ward

200 Medley Relay 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1:34.00 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Jimmy Brabbins, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 1:37.40 A RELAY at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Jimmy Brabbins, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Stephen Sheridan 1:38.23 A RELAY at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) Jimmy Brabbins, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 1:38.97 A RELAY Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 1:39.01 A RELAY IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) Jimmy Brabbins, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, B.J. Sayre 1:39.07 A RELAY IUPUI (11/22/09) B.J. Sayre, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Stephen Sheridan 1:39.67 A RELAY at Wash U. (10/3/09) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 1:39.82 A RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Stephen Sheridan, Brian Brasser, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 1:41.90 A RELAY at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Michael Quinn 1:42.31 B RELAY IUPUI (11/22/09) Tom Costigan, Blake Kocian, Jimmy Brabbins, Michael Quinn

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

3:26.61 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Stephen Sheridan 3:37.65 A RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) B.j. Sayre, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 3:37.93 A RELAY Evansville (1/10/10) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 3:38.49 A RELAY USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 3:39.52 A RELAY Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Michael Quinn 3:41.48 A RELAY at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 3:42.66 A RELAY at Western Illinois (10/29/09) B.J. Sayre, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 3:42.70 A RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) B.J. Sayre, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 3:43.91 B RELAY at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Tom Costigan, Blake Kocian, Jimmy Brabbins, B.J. Sayre 3:44.26 A RELAY at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Michael Dahle, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Stephen Sheridan

What’s a Billiken? The Billiken was born Oct. 8, 1908, when Kansas City art teacher and illustrator Florence Pretz patented a design for an elflike creature with pixie ears, a mischievous smile and a tuft of hair on his pointed head. Reportedly, the image came to her in a dream. Although it didn’t appear on the actual patent, some believe Pretz found the Billiken name in a fanciful work, “Mr. Moon: A Song of the Little People,” by Canadian poets Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey. Within a short time, Pretz sold her patented image to the Billiken Company of Chicago. Initially manufactured as a bank and statuette, and later as a doll, this good luck charm soon became a national craze. By 1911, the Billiken’s likeness adorned everything from marshmallow candies to hood ornaments. In his heyday, the Billiken enjoyed worldwide fame. Artisans in Alaska began carving his image into ivory, and in Japan, he appeared in shrines, amusement parks and even a movie. Like many other fads, the Billiken might have faded into obscurity if it were not for Saint Louis University law student John Bender, who also happened to be the coach of SLU’s football team during the height of Billikenmania. One story claims that nearby drugstore owner Billy Gunn called the coach a Billiken when Bender walked into his establishment one day. Supposedly, legendary sportswriter William O’Connor was within earshot of the remark and took up the moniker not only for Bender but also for SLU’s sports teams. Another tale claims O’Connor himself dubbed the coach a Billiken after a particularly good practice left Bender beaming with a big smile. After practice, Bender’s fellow law student Charles Z. McNamara, a local cartoonist, sketched Bender as a Billiken, posted it in Gunn’s drugstore window and tabbed the football team “Bender’s Billikens.” Yet another yarn reports that the druggist asked McNamara to decorate his store window the night before a homecoming game. Supposedly, McNamara drew a Billiken, a popular good luck charm, causing one of his fellow students to exclaim: “That looks like coach Bender!” Whatever the case, O’Connor is generally credited for popularizing the name throughout the city, but one fact flies in the face of this legend and lore. O’Connor did not join the St. Louis Post-Dispatch until Nov. 26, 1911, one full month after the newspaper first mentioned “Bender’s Billikens.” Regardless of how the story is told or whether his mysterious origins are ever finally resolved, the Billiken remains a good luck charm for Saint Louis University’s sports teams and always brings smiles to the faces of SLU fans. One last point on Billiken luck: To buy a Billiken gives the purchaser good luck, but to have one given to you is better luck.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Wome n ’s Top T i m e s 50 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

24.60 25.17 25.24 25.30 25.38 25.43 25.48 25.49 25.50 25.60

1650 Free Maggie Brabbins Jordan Hagar Allison Storm Jordan Hagar Allison Storm Maggie Brabbins Jordan Hagar Jordan Hagar Maggie Brabbins Jordan Hagar

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at Wash U. (10/3/09) at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09-relay) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10)

Taylor Streid Jordan Hagar Emily Kopec Maggie Brabbins Katie Kolster Jordan Hagar Taylor Streid Maggie Brabbins Jordan Hagar Emily Kopec

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10-relay) at Butler Quad (10/4/09-relay) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09)

Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Emily Kopec Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Maggie Brabbins Taylor Streid

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Evansville (1/10/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Butler Quad (10/4/09)

Taylor Streid Maggie Brabbins Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Ariel Hyams Katie Kolster Jessica Schwarz Maggie Brabbins Molly Culver

at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) UALR & Stephens College (10/17/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) IUPUI (11/22/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre)

Taylor Streid Jessica Schwarz Samantha Getty Katie Robertson Katie Robertson Katie Robertson Katie Robertson Molly Culver Laura Robertson Ariel Hyams

IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) at Wash U. (10/3/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) at Western Illinois (10/29/09) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) UALR & Stephens College (10/17/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09)

100 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

53.57 53.87 54.13 54.52 54.63 54.89 55.01 55.36 55.38 55.45

5:15.03 5:15.53 5:16.62 5:18.87 5:21.90 5:23.11 5:23.24 5:23.47 5:23.59 5:23.64

10:43.32 11:01.59 11:06.56 11:10.80 11:11.31 11:12.13 11:12.18 11:12.95 11:13.43 11:13.50

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

58.16 59.21 1:00.27 1:00.94 1:01.02 1:01.07 1:01.18 1:01.69 1:01.76 1:01.85

Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Katie Ising Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) UALR & Stephens College (10/17/09) at Wash U. (10/3/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Butler Quad (10/4/09-relay) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10)

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

2:05.97 2:06.34 2:09.46 2:09.93 2:11.77 2:12.22 2:14.15 2:14.24 2:14.36 2:14.36

Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Katie Ising Taylor Streid Lindsey Tamkun Katie Ising Elizabeth Molloy Elizabeth Molloy

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre)

Kaitlyn Adams Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Kaitlyn Adams Kaitlyn Adams Kaitlyn Adams

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) at Wash U. (10/3/09) IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Evansville (1/10/10) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10)

Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Kaitlyn Adams

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Western Illinois (10/29/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10)

100 Breast

1000 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Molly Culver Jessica Schwarz Laura Robertson Molly Culver Katie Robertson Molly Culver Molly Culver Ariel Hyams Kerry Conaty Samantha Getty

200 Back

500 Free 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

18:36.09 18:46.60 18:49.49 18:53.67 18:54.44 18:59.81 19:02.89 19:07.53 19:11.21 19:13.67

100 Back

200 Free 1 1:52.79 2 1:56.96 3* 1:57.24 3* 1:57.24 5 1:57.50 6 1:57.52 7 1:57.78 8 1:57.80 9 1:58.71 10 1:58.82

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1:09.43 1:09.44 1:09.76 1:09.94 1:10.00 1:10.20 1:10.95 1:11.08 1:11.28 1:11.29

200 Breast 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2:22.57 2:26.33 2:26.81 2:26.99 2:29.11 2:30.37 2:30.86 2:31.31 2:32.38 2:32.70


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Wome n ’s Top T i m e s 100 Fly 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10* 10*

57.49 57.66 57.91 57.93 58.89 59.39 59.45 59.47 59.51 59.58 59.58

3 Meter 6 Dives Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Jordan Hagar Jordan Hagar Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) at Wash U. (10/3/09) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Evansville (1/10/10)

2:08.29 2:08.95 2:09.93 2:10.44 2:10.66 2:10.97 2:12.42 2:13.18 2:14.44 x2:15.58

Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Erica Polachek Taylor Streid Laura Robertson Laura Robertson

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10)

Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Jordan Hagar Laura Robertson Jordan Hagar Taylor Streid Laura Robertson

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) UALR & Stephens College (10/17/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Evansville (1/10/10) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) UALR & Stephens College (10/17/09) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10)

Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Jordan Hagar Samantha Getty Laura Robertson Samantha Getty

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Western Illinois (10/29/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at Western Illinois (10/29/09)

200 IM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2:08.13 2:08.23 2:12.16 2:12.91 2:13.76 2:14.66 2:14.73 2:14.89 2:15.35 2:15.44

400 IM 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

4:32.68 4:33.22 4:39.49 4:42.27 4:43.04 4:43.65 4:47.38 4:47.68 4:52.65 4:55.14

1 Meter 6 Dives 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

295.40 289.05 268.35 262.35 261.85 261.34 252.25 245.75 244.55 244.45

329.10 307.60 305.95 296.77 294.00 268.95 258.38 254.25 246.61 245.18

Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Hannah Tautz Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Hannah Tautz Anna Larson Hannah Tautz

Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-pre) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10)

200 Free Relay

200 Fly 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Anna Larson Anna Larson Hannah Tautz Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Hannah Tautz Hannah Tautz

at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Evansville (1/10/10) Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) at Western Illinois (10/29/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Evansville (1/10/10)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1:38.21 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Allison Storm, Jordan Hagar 1:41.78 A RELAY at Wash U. (10/3/09) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Jordan Hagar, Katie Kolster 1:42.52 A RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Maggie Brabbins, Allison Storm, Jordan Hagar, Katie Kolster 1:42.59 A RELAY Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Allison Storm, Jordan Hagar 1:43.36 A RELAY UALR & Stephens College (10/17/09) Maggie Brabbins, Allison Storm, Jordan Hagar , Katie Kolster 1:43.75 A RELAY IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) Taylor Streid, Allison Storm, Maggie Brabbins, Jordan Hagar 1:44.18 A RELAY IUPUI (11/22/09) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Elizabeth Molloy, Katie Kolster 1:44.77 A RELAY at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Emily Kopec, Allison Storm, Katie Robertson 1:44.88 B RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Taylor Streid, Emily Kopec, Julia Pearson 1:44.95 A RELAY at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) Maggie Brabbins, Allison Storm, Emily Kopec, Jordan Hagar

400 Free Relay 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

3:34.20 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Taylor Streid, Emily Kopec, Jordan Hagar, Maggie Brabbins 3:41.14 A RELAY Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) Jordan Hagar, Emily Kopec, Maggie Brabbins, Katie Kolster 3:41.62 A RELAY at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Jordan Hagar, Katie Kolster 3:44.49 A RELAY Evansville (1/10/10) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Jordan Hagar, Jessica Schwarz 3:44.83 A RELAY at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Taylor Streid, Katie Kolster, Maggie Brabbins, Julia Pearson 3:45.43 A RELAY USD, St. Louis, SDSU (1/16/10) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Allison Storm, Jordan Hagar 3:46.08 A RELAY at Western Illinois (10/29/09) Katie Kolster, Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Allison Storm 3:46.46 A RELAY at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Taylor Streid, Emily Kopec, Jordan Hagar, Katie Kolster 3:46.58 A RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Taylor Streid, Emily Kopec, Maggie Brabbins, Jessica Schwarz 3:48.20 A RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Taylor Streid, Maggie Brabbins, Jordan Hagar, Katie Kolster

800 Free Relay 1 2 3

7:43.64 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Taylor Streid, Jessica Schwarz, Jordan Hagar, Maggie Brabbins 8:14.21 A RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Jordan Hagar, Taylor Streid, Katie Robertson, Katie Kolster 8:22.04 B RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09)


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving 2 0 09 -10 Wome n ’s Top T i m e s 4 5 6

Emily Kopec, Ariel Hyams, Allison Storm, Maggie Brabbins 8:34.59 B RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Molly Culver, Laura Robertson, Samantha Getty, Julia Pearson 8:36.70 C RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Ariel Hyams, Elizabeth Molloy, Alexa Milewski, Kerry Conaty X 8:41.48 C RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Laura Robertson, Katie Ising, Erica Polachek, Lindsey Tamkun

200 Medley Relay 1 2 3 4 5 6* 6* 8 9 10

1:48.46 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Lindsey Tamkun , Kaitlyn Adams, Taylor Streid, Allison Storm 1:52.07 A RELAY at Wash U. (10/3/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Taylor Streid, Allison Storm 1:53.49 A RELAY at IUPUI Quad (12/5/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Taylor Streid, Allison Storm 1:53.84 A RELAY UALR & Stephens College (10/17/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Taylor Streid, Katie Kolster 1:54.76 A RELAY at Lindenwood Invitational (10/31/09) Katie Ising, Kaitlyn Adams, Jordan Hagar , Kelsey Coleman 1:55.24 A RELAY IUPUI vs SLU (1/22/10) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Erica Polachek, Allison Storm 1:55.24 B RELAY at Wash U. (10/3/09) Katie Ising, Laura Robertson, Jordan Hagar, Julia Pearson 1:55.49 A RELAY IUPUI (11/22/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Jordan Hagar, Emily Kopec 1:55.83 A RELAY at Eastern Illinois (2/6/10) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Katie Ising, Allison Storm 1:56.13 A RELAY Saint Louis University at SDSU (1/17/10) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Katie Ising, Allison Storm

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

3:56.80 A RELAY at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Taylor Streid, Laura Robertson, Jordan Hagar, Maggie Brabbins 4:07.66 A RELAY at Butler Quad (10/4/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Laura Robertson, Taylor Streid, Allison Storm 4:07.72 A RELAY at Western Illinois (10/29/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Laura Robertson, Taylor Streid, Jordan Hagar 4:07.86 A RELAY Lindenwood Quad Meet (1/23/10) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Taylor Streid, Jordan Hagar 4:08.88 A RELAY at Wash U Thanksgiving Invite (11/21/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Laura Robertson, Taylor Streid, Katie Kolster 4:09.48 A RELAY Evansville (1/10/10) Lindsey Tamkun, Laura Robertson, Taylor Streid, Allison Storm 4:10.52 A RELAY Eastern Illinois (11/20/09) LindseyTamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Erica Polachek, Emily Kopec 4:10.94 A RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Laura Robertson, Erica Polachek, Katie Ising 4:11.02 A RELAY at Show-Me Showdown (10/10/09) Lindsey Tamkun, LauraRobertson, Taylor Streid, Katie Kolster 4:12.76 B RELAY Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Elizabeth Molloy, Kaitlyn Adams, Taylor Streid, Emily Kopec

individual record holders

meg Megan baudendistel capellupo

meredith grass

katie kolster

anna larson

elena ramirez

Laura robertson

taylor streid

Lindsey Tamkun

400 IM

200 Free

100 & 200 Back

50 & 100 Free

100 & 200 Breast

1650 Free

500 & 1000 Free

One- & ThreeMeter Diving

100 & 200 Fly, 200 IM

Brian brasser

brad byars

CHAD CARMICHAEL

michael dahle

jason difani

chris johansen

kevin parker

Three-Meter Diving

1000 Free, 400 IM

500 & 1650 Free

100 & 200 Back, 200 Fly

100 Breast

100 & 200 Free

50 Free, 100 Fly

john bobby wolf stoneburner One-Meter Diving 200 Breast, 200 IM


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving All-T i me L e t te r w in n e rs -AKaitlyn Adams_______________ 2009-10 Neil Adams_ _________________ 1976-77 Tim Adams___________________ 2005-08 John Allen___________________ 1992-93 Alice Altepeter________________ 2003-06 Susan Amberge_______________ 1988-89 Barb Ambroziak_______________ 1989-92 David Anderson_______________ 2001-02 Eric Anderson_ _________________2009 Hollie Anderson_______________ 1989-90 Lindsey Anderson_____________ 2001-02 Craig Andrews________________ 1985-90

-BDan Baca____________________ 1982-83 Lisa Baca____________________ 1986-87 Wendy Baca_ ________________ 1985-87 Kelly Banahan___________________2004 Jeff Banks___________________ 1962-64 Mark Banks__________________ 1964-67 Melissa Barkon_______________ 1987-89 Ed Barr_ ____________________ 1963-65 Ron Barr_ ___________________ 1957-58 Katherine Barrett______________ 1988-92 Mark Basi_______________________1997 Katie Batterton___________________1998 Amy Baudendistel _____________ 1987-91 Beth Baudendistel_____________ 1982-84 Meg Baudendistel_____________ 1983-87 Raymond Baudendistel_________ 1986-88 Molly Beck___________________ 1992-93 Audria Beeson________________ 1986-90 Bryan Beischel________________ 2003-04 Sarah Bennet____________________2008 Genevieve Benoy_ ____________ 2001-03 Bruce Benson________________ 1957-58 Todd Bergfeld_ _______________ 1990-91 Zach Bickel_____________________1999 Barb Blaine__________________ 1978-79 Mike Bodner_ ________________ 1983-84 Amy Bohaty__________________ 1992-93

Kent Bonacki____________________2005 Laura Bowers_ _______________ 1994-97 Greg Bowne__________________ 2001-02 Carly Boyce_____________________2005 Mike Boyle___________________ 1966-67 Jimmy Brabbins______________ 2009-10 Maggie Brabbins________________2010 Brian Brasser________________ 2009-10 Joe Braun_ __________________ 1976-77 Justin Breithaupt ______________ 2006-09 Jennifer Brigham___________ 1996, 98-99 Michelle Brink_ _______________ 1987-88 Ashley Brinkman______________ 2003-06 Sarah Broeg_ ___________________1998 Lillian Brown_ ________________ 1983-84 B.J. Brungardt________________ 2004-07 Kristy Burbach________________ 1984-85 Susie Burke__________________ 1976-77 Kerry Burns__________________ 1992-93 Mike Burnworth_______________ 1978-79 Michael Burroughs_____________ 1990-91 Jen Bussman____________________2006 Zahid Buttar__________________ 1987-89 Will Butzke_____________________2010 Bobby Byars_ ___________________2009 Brad Byars___________________ 2005-08

-CAlba Calderon________________ 2006-07 Carroll Cannon Jr._____________ 1962-63 Megan Capellupo_ ____________ 2002-05 Tim Carey_ __________________ 1982-84 Erin Carlyle_____________________2008 Chad Carmichael_____________ 2009-10 Heather Carpenter___________ 1999-2000 Mark Casper_________________ 1997-98 Gary Cassidy_________________ 1957-60 Patricia Cazcarro______________ 1994-95 Maggie Cella______________ 1996-97, 99 Jennifer Chase_ ______________ 1988-92 Laura Christensen_____________ 1982-85 Lisa Christian____________________2003

Christopher Cioffi _____________ 1992-94 Sean Clancy_ ________________ 1992-96 Chris Clement________________ 2000-03 Kelsey Coleman_________________2010 Patrick Collins___________________2001 Kerry Conaty_________________ 2008-10 Laurie Condro________________ 1987-91 Dan Conlin___________________ 1998-99 Brandon Copple__________________2002 Tom Costigan________________ 2009-10 Kristi Cottral__________________ 2000-03 Art Courtemanche_____________ 1962-63 Joe Criscione_________________ 1987-91 Molly Critchlow_ ______________ 1997-99 Tom Crosby__________________ 1959-60 Sal Cruz_____________________ 2007-10 Molly Culver_________________ 2009-10

-DDan Daca____________________ 1983-84 Michael Dahle________________ 2008-10 Connie Dastgah_______________ 1993-94 Marjan Dastgah_______________ 1989-90 Larry Daughters_______________ 1962-64 Allie DeKock_ ________________ 1996-99 Philip DelaHoussaye___________ 2004-05 Michelle Demarest_____________ 1987-90 Scott Dewlen_________________ 2007-08 Jason Difani________________ 1999-2001 Matt Dittman_ ___________________2003 Dave Doering_________________ 1959-60 Therese Doherty______________ 1982-84 Kathy Drummond______________ 1983-85 Linn Durbin_ _________________ 1949-51 Amy Dutkeiwicz_______________ 1984-88

-EAmy Ebel____________________ 1989-90 Charles Ehrhart_______________ 1957-58 Carmille Elayda_______________ 2000-01 Lucas Elmer_____________________2000 Kyle Embrey_________________ 2009-10 Mike Ernst___________________ 1982-84 Colleen Etling_ _______________ 1995-98

-F-

brad byars

Soloman Feinberg_____________ 1988-90 Boyd Fellows_________________ 1950-51 Kirstin Ferguson_ _____________ 1997-98 Michael Ferguson_____________ 2002-03 Fernando Fernandez-Arzoz__________ 1986-88 Maria Fernandez______________ 1982-84 Khalid Festok_________________ 2003-04 Amy Fischer__________________ 1983-85 Steve Fischer_________________ 1962-64 Ann Fisher___________________ 1982-86 Bill Fisher____________________ 1963-65

Carter Fitzgerald______________ 2003-04 Mike Fitzgerald_ ______________ 1957-58 JeLena Fleming_______________ 2005-07 Cheryl Flemming______________ 1982-83 Maureen Fogarty______________ 1978-79 Bill Foote____________________ 1982-84 Dave Ford___________________ 1957-58 Joey Frampus___________________2008 John Froning_________________ 1964-65

-GMichelle Gagnon______________ 1991-92 Ray Gallagher________________ 1966-67 Liam Gannon_________________ 1987-88 Tony Garcia-Prats_____________ 1995-98 Lyn Gardner__________________ 1989-91 John Garner__________________ 1976-77 Bernie Gartland_____________ 1998-2001 Chris Gartland________________ 1995-98 Robby Gartland_______________ 2004-07 Theresa Gebhardt_____________ 2004-05 Linda Geil_ __________________ 1976-79 Christina Gemeinhardt__________ 1995-98 Juliana Gemeinhardt___________ 1993-96 Marie Gentile_________________ 1988-89 Mary George_________________ 1994-95 Megan Gerber________________ 2008-09 Samantha Getty_________________2010 Fred Glarner_ ________________ 1959-60 Allison Gleichman________________2004 Dede Goldschmidt_____________ 1982-84 Marco Gonzales_ _____________ 1991-92 John Goodwin________________ 1983-84 Laura Gordro_________________ 1988-89 Ellen Grant___________________ 1991-94 Meredith Grass_______________ 2004-07 Elise Guertin_________________ 1986-88 Tammy Gummersheimmer_________ 1987-88

-HCraig Hacala_________________ 1985-86 Mary Beth Hacala_____________ 1984-88 Tim Hacala_ _________________ 1986-87 Kristn Hacherman_____________ 1988-89 Jordan Hagar________________ 2008-10 Laura Hahn__________________ 2009-10 Denise Hallmeyer_ ____________ 1984-85 Wes Harris___________________ 1994-97 Michael Hassett_______________ 1990-94 Safet Hatic______________________1997 Steve Haughton_______________ 1982-84 Tom Heafner____________________2004 Mike Hengelmann_____________ 2001-04 Heather Heritage______________ 1990-94 Carol Hermes_ __________________2003 Eduardo Herreros_____________ 1993-94 Gina Heslop__________________ 1994-95


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving All-T i me L e t te r w in n e rs Dick Heuerman_______________ 1966-67 Meaghan Hildebrand_________ 2001-02, 04 Erin Hines___________________ 2002-03 Stefanie Hines________________ 1989-93 Howard Hoene________________ 1964-65 Cindy Hoffner_________________ 1993-95 John Holcomb________________ 1964-67 Jason Hollaner _______________ 1991-93 Rich Hollocher________________ 1957-58 Jim Holloran__________________ 1962-65 Sid Holthaus_ ________________ 1959-60 Jim Hood_______________________1999 Janet Hosinski________________ 1982-86 Jimmy Howard___________________2005 John Howerter________________ 1994-95 Ted Howerter_________________ 1989-91 Billy Hrabovsky______________ 2009-10 Jeanne Hughes_______________ 1988-89 Kim Hummert_________________ 1991-93 Pete Hunt____________________ 1966-67 Jenny Hurst__________________ 2000-03 Ariel Hyams____________________2010

-ISuzanne Ibach________________ 2000-01 Katie Ising___________________ 2007-10

-JCharles Jellinch_______________ 1987-88 Mary Jellinck_________________ 1984-86 Michael Jennings_________________2001 Chris Johansen_______________ 2003-06 Jennifer Johnson______________ 1989-90 Cathe Joist___________________ 1989-91 Jana Jones_ ____________________2004 Al Jordan____________________ 1950-51 Teresa Judge_________________ 1984-88

-KKaty Karpinski________________ 1993-96 Zach Kautzky____________________2003 Tim Keating__________________ 1964-65 Darla Keiser__________________ 2001-02 Megan Kellon____________________2000 Colleen Kelly_________________ 1988-90 Kendra Kelly_ ________________ 2003-06 Mike Kelly___________________ 2009-10 Jane Kennedy________________ 1982-83 Courtney Key____________________2002 Sue Kiffmeyer_ _______________ 1982-86 Erin Kiphart________________ 1997-2000 Jodie Kiphart_________________ 1996-98 Shane Kissack________________ 1993-95 Kelley Kissel_ ________________ 2001-04 Griffin Knipp_____________________2007 Sarah Knock_________________ 1996-98 Tietchka Knowles_ ____________ 1984-85

Kit Molley____________________ 1978-79 Elizabeth Molloy_ _______________2010 Julie Molloy__________________ 1982-83 Ann Moore___________________ 1993-95 Michi Morate_________________ 1988-92 Bob Morris___________________ 1963-67 Neil Morrison____________________2010 Briana Motley_________________ 2006-08 Amy Mraz_ __________________ 1992-93 Joe Mullen___________________ 1966-67 Peggy Mullen_________________ 1978-79 Dianna Mulcahy_______________ 1984-85 Luke Muran________________ 1998-2001 Clint Murphy_ ________________ 1964-65 Spencer Murphy_ ________________2008

elena ramirez Blake Kocian________________ 2009-10 Vadim Koenen___________________2009 Gene Kohler_ ________________ 1993-96 Bob Kohmescher______________ 1966-67 Katie Kolster_ _______________ 2009-10 Emily Kopec____________________2010 Katie Kotowski________________ 2004-07 Mary Kraemer________________ 1992-96 Stephanie Kramer________________2007 Karen Kraus________________ 1999-2001 Timothy Krey_________________ 1988-89 Jenny Ksprayk________________ 1978-79 Patrick Kuyath___________________2001

-LCraig Lackey_________________ 1982-84 Safir Lakhman________________ 2006-08 John Landewe________________ 1993-94 Patrick Landewe______________ 1990-93 Theresa Landewe_____________ 1992-94 Anna Larson_ ________________ 2007-10 Erin Lasinski_ ________________ 2004-07 Fred Laufketter_ ______________ 1957-60 Mark Layton__________________ 1997-99 Kevin Leach__________________ 1989-93 Maureen Ann Lee_ ____________ 1988-89 Mary Ellen Lehmeyer___________ 1986-88 Emily Lemons___________________2002 Paul Lemp___________________ 1988-90 Jesse Lewis__________________ 2006-08 Dave Lexa___________________ 1963-64 Spencer Litzau__________________2010 Luis Lomba__________________ 1962-63 Andrew Long_________________ 2001-04 Nicholas Long________________ 1995-98 Phillip Long__________________ 1993-96 Amanda Lontai_ ____________ 1998-2000 Casey Lovera_ __________________2008 Kristen Lowe_________________ 2002-03 Jenny Lutzen_________________ 2004-07

-M-

Marisa Mackos_ ______________ 2003-06 Quino Madruo________________ 1988-89 Meg Mahaney___________________2009 Saira Mahmood__________________2003 Jeanne Malican_______________ 1982-83 Jude Malican_________________ 1978-79 Chris Mandli____________________2010 Bill Mariencheck_ _____________ 1985-88 Marshall Marietta____________ 1997-2000 Robert Marietta_______________ 1993-96 Steve Marre__________________ 1997-98 Patricia Martin________________ 1987-90 Frank Mastandrea_____________ 1982-84 Heather Mayhugh_____________ 1990-94 Jason McArdle______________ 1997-2000 Terry McCaffrey_______________ 1963-67 Cara McCauley________ 1996-97, 99-2000 Tom McConnville______________ 1966-67 Katelyn McCormick____________ 2006-07 Bob McDonald________________ 1949-50 Didi McKee_ _________________ 1976-77 Jim McKenna_________________ 1949-50 Curtis McKnight_______________ 2002-03 Nora McLaughlin______________ 1976-79 Ed McNeely__________________ 1978-79 Katie McRell_ ________________ 2004-07 Karen Meier__________________ 1986-88 Paul Menke__________________ 1982-84 Tom Menke__________________ 1985-88 Merideth Merrell_______________ 1996-97 Steve Merritt_ ________________ 1990-91 Tom Miazga_ ___________________2010 Alexa Milewski__________________2010 Krysta Milewski_______________ 2006-08 Bill Miller_ ___________________ 1978-79 Brooke Miller_______________ 1998-2001 Jessica Miller_________________ 1995-98 Jim Miller____________________ 1988-89 Megan Miller_________________ 2003-04 Michelle Miltenberger_ _________ 1992-96 Kristin Misfeldt________________2002, 05 Cathy Misterka________________ 2003-06

-NJoe Naber___________________ 1989-93 Marco Navarro__________________2010 Lillia Nedev__________________ 2002-03 Dawn Neiman________________ 2004-05 Diane Nelson____________________1999 Richard Nelson_______________ 1983-84 Shannon Nelson______________ 1988-89 Todd Nenninger_______________ 1991-94 Stephen Neu_________________ 1991-93 Chad Niemeier________________ 2005-07 Bill Nordmann________________ 1985-87 Maggie Norton________________ 2003-06

-OEmily Oberjohn_______________ 2004-07 Alicia Oberst_ ________________ 1984-85 Marie O’Boyle________________ 1989-91 Kate O’Connor___________________2008 Nancy O’Connor______________ 1976-77 Tom O’Connor________________ 1990-91 Anne O’Halloran_ _____________ 1991-95 Stephen O’Neal_______________ 1994-95 Maria Oles___________________ 2007-08 Rich Oliver___________________ 1985-88 Joel Osterman________________ 1978-79 Go Ozeni__________________ 1998-2001

-PSarah Page__________________ 1983-87 Kevin Parker_________________ 2006-09 Ethan Paster____________________2010 Julia Pearson_________________ 2008-10 Brian Pelikan_________________ 1988-92 Charles Peter_________________ 1959-60 Ann Pierce___________________ 1983-84 Michael Pifko_________________ 1986-90 Emily Platts_____________________2005 Andrew Poggio_ ______________ 1995-98 Erica Polachek________________ 2007-10 Sarah Porter_ ________________ 2007-09


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving All-T i me L e t te r w in n e rs Ryan Poss___________________ 2004-05 Tim Postlewait________________ 2002-04 Ashley Potocki___________________2008 Jim Powell _ _________________ 1962-65 Kristopher Priemer_____________ 2006-08

-QJim Quinlivan_________________ 1949-50 Michael Quinn__________________2010

-RElena Ramirez________________ 2006-08 Meghan Reddy_ _________________2004 Candace Reed___________________2003 Sarah Renard_ _______________ 1990-91 Kaitlin Richardson________________2001 Jimmy Ritt___________________ 2007-09 Mike Roberts_________________ 1963-65 Katie Robertson______________ 2008-10 Laura Robertson______________ 2007-10 Abbey Robins_ _____________ 1999-2002 Jim Robinson_________________ 1992-94 Rudy Roeslin_________________ 1966-67 Mary Ellen Ruff_ ______________ 1990-94 Bill Russ_____________________ 1959-60

-SKristy Sanders________________ 1994-97 Michael Santarcangelo__________ 1998-2000 Steven Sash_ ________________ 2004-07 Bill Saunders_________________ 1986-89 Rich Saunders________________ 1985-86 Pat Sauter___________________ 2004-05 Shawncie Saylor______________ 1996-99 B.J. Sayre___________________ 2008-10 Heather Schaefer_ _________ 1995-96, 98 Kristin Schiller________________ 1997-99 Kayla Schleicher______________ 2004-07 Diane Schmutzler_ ____________ 1998-99 Jeanne Schoenberger__________ 1984-85 Joe Schoenberger_____________ 1982-84 Charles Schomaker____________ 1962-63 Greg Schrand_ _______________ 1962-64 Matt Schroeder_______________ 1978-79 Jenni Schumacher_____________ 1985-89 Steven Schumacher_ __________ 1987-91 Jessica Schwarz_____________ 2008-10 Bill Schwerz__________________ 1963-65 Germaine Schwind_ ___________ 1994-97 Neil Senkowski_ ______________ 2001-03 Rich Sheridan________________ 2001-04 Stephen Sheridan____________ 2008-10 Deeparh Siagh _______________ 1987-89 Tim Sievers_____________________2005 Connie Skillington_____________ 1988-92 Aaron Skinner___________________2003 Amanda Skram_______________ 2001-04

Andrew Skram___________________2004 Chris Slevin_____________________2004 Christine Smith_ ____________ 1998-2001 Jillian Smith__________________ 2006-09 Keelon Smith____________________2000 Patrick Smith_________________ 1986-88 Sandeep Sodhi_______________ 2000-01 John Songin__________________ 2006-08 Meaghan Starkloff________________1999 Ann Snyders_________________ 1988-89 Irma Sotelo_ _________________ 1987-88 Jenelle Spalding_ _____________ 2001-04 Nick Statzer__________________ 2005-06 Josh Stephens________________ 2004-07 Ryan Stoffer ____________________1998 Anne Stolwyk_________________ 1978-79 John Stoneburner_____________ 2003-04 Allison Storm___________________2010 Robin Straka_________________ 1989-91 Taylor Streid____________________2010 Mimi Strenk__________________ 1983-87 Susan Strong____________________2006 Emily Stuifbergen_ ____________ 2005-08 Jay Struckhoff________________ 1988-92 Amy Suhs_ __________________ 1983-84 Amy Suhs_ __________________ 1982-83 Kerri Svanda_________________ 1988-89 Julie Sweatman_______________ 1994-97 Dan Szyman_________________ 2002-04

-TAlli Tagliareni_________________ 1990-94 Lindsey Tamkun_______________ 2007-10 Hannah Tautz________________ 2009-10 Lindsay Tekotte_______________ 2002-03 Mark Tesoro__________________ 1988-92 Kelly Tessar__________________ 2003-06 Elizabeth Teutenbery___________ 1993-94 Jared Thatcher_ _________________2003 Tom Thibault_ ________________ 1962-64 Max Thomas____________________2006 Stefan Thorarensen____________ 2007-08 Steve Tichacek_ ______________ 1978-79 Aaron Timperman_____________ 1986-88 Paul Timperman_ _____________ 1986-88 Tim Tinker___________________ 1985-88 Andy Titus___________________ 1959-60 Stephanie Toth________________ 1996-97 Rick Towey_ _________________ 1959-60 Adam Trafton_________________ 2006-09 Steve Traube____________________1996 Emily Triggs__________________ 2007-08 Tessa Truesdell_______________ 2001-04 Philip Tully___________________ 2008-09

-UClyde Uchida_________________ 1964-67

robin straka David Umphres__________________2008

-VDavid Valent_ ___________________2001 Dave Valentine_ ______________ 1993-94 Jenny Valentino_______________ 2004-07 Joe Valentino_________________ 2000-03 Jonathan Valentino_ _________ 1997-2000 Susan Van Pelt_ ______________ 1990-94 Mary Vasterling_______________ 1984-88 Dan Vatterott_________________ 1978-79 Andrew Velenyi_______________ 1986-88 Max Vernon _ ________________ 2006-08 Roger Vespa_________________ 1963-65 Bob Viehman_________________ 1957-58 Cynthia Vogt_ ________________ 1995-98 Dave Von Seggern_ ___________ 1963-65

-WTeri Wagener_________________ 1996-98 Greg Waller__________________ 1991-94 Adam Walsh_ ________________ 2007-10 Heather Walsh________________ 1995-98 Tarah Walsh_____________________2008 Emily Walter_________________ 2006-09 Patrick Ward_ _____________ 2007-08, 10 Steve Webb_____________________2003 Matt Weisbrod _ ______________ 1997-98 Lisa West____________________ 1991-94 Susan Westerfield________________2004 Dana Wiele__________________ 1982-84 Matt Wills__________________ 1999-2000 Darren Wilhite________________ 1978-79 Alan Wilkenson_______________ 1966-67 Steve Wilson_________________ 1976-79 John Wixom_____________________2006 Bobby Wolf_ _________________ 2002-05 John Wolfsberger_ ____________ 1962-63 Andy Woodhull_ _________________2000 Tiffany Wortman_ ________________2003 Mark Wozny__________________ 2001-04

mark tesoro -YStefan Yarbrough_________________2005 Lauren Yates_________________ 2005-06 Nate Young_____________________2003

-ZBrad Zarling_____________________2007 Joseph Zdrodouski_ ___________ 1987-88 Thomas Zenk_________________ 2002-03 Ali Ziaee_____________________ 1989-92 Jen Zilka_ ___________________ 1994-95 Sam Zinkan_____________________2004 Though much effort has been made to ensure that all of the Billikens are included, omissions can occur. Please inform the Billiken Media Relations Office if any are found. Current athletes in bold italics.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Hon or R oll Men’s Team Honors Atlantic 10 Conference Champions 2008

Brad Byars

100 Free

Midwest Collegiate Conference Champions (now Horizon League) 1991 Mark Tesoro Mark Tesoro Mark Tesoro 1989 Mark Tesoro

100 Back 200 Back 200 IM 200 Back

Michael Dahle Kevin Parker Justin Breithaupt Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars

Jan. 11 Feb. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 28 Jan. 21 Dec. 10 Nov. 5 Jan. 2 Dec. 27

Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week 2009 2008 2007 2006

Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Billy Hrabovsky Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Sal Cruz Sal Cruz Kevin Parker

Feb. 9 Jan. 26 Jan. 12 Nov. 17 Nov. 3 Jan. 21 Jan. 14 Nov. 5 Oct. 22 Jan. 15 Jan. 2 Dec. 27

Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week

Atlantic 10 Conference Champions 2010 2007 2006

Anna Larson Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Anna Larson Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez

Three-Meter Diving 100 Fly 200 Fly Three-Meter Diving 100 Fly 200 Fly

2010 2008 2007 2006

Megan Capellupo

200 Breast

Midwest Collegiate Conference Champions (now Horizon League) 1991 200 Medley Relay 400 Medley Relay Jennifer Chase Robin Straka Robin Straka 1990 200 Free Relay 400 Free Relay 400 Medley Relay Jennifer Chase Jennifer Chase Robin Straka 1989 200 Free Relay 200 Medley Relay Patti Martin Connie Skillington Connie Skillington 1987 200 Medley Relay Meg Baudendistel Meg Baudendistel Meg Baudendistel Meg Baudendistel

100 Breast 100 Fly 200 Fly

2005 2004 2003

2004 2003 2002

Megan Capellupo Meredith Grass Megan Capellupo Megan Capellupo Kelly Tessar

Jan. 18 Oct. 21 Jan. 27 Jan. 21 Feb. 11

Tessa Truesdell Kristi Cottral Kristi Cottral

Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Nov. 20

Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week 100 Breast 100 Free 200 Fly 100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free

2009 2008 2007 2006

100 Fly 50 Free 100 Free 200 Free

Rich Beeson Rich Beeson

Midwest Collegiate Conference MVP

justin breithaupt

Jan. 11 Nov. 3 Jan. 2 Jan. 15 Dec. 27 Jan. 23

Conference USA Diver of the Week

Midwest Collegiate Conference Coach of the Year (now Horizon League) 1991 1989

Anna Larson Anna Larson Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Erin Lasinski Erin Lasinski

Conference USA Swimmer of the Week

Conference USA Champions 2005

Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

(now Horizon League) 1990 Jennifer Chase

WoMen’s Team Honors

kelly tessar

Katie Kolster Katie Kolster Hannah Tautz Katie Robertson Anna Larson Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez

Feb. 2 Jan. 12 Nov. 3 Dec. 10 Jan. 2 Oct. 31 Nov. 21 Dec. 27 Jan. 16


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Me n ’s R ecord B o ok 50 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. T6. T6 T8. T8. T8. T8. T8.

20.46 20.91 20.92 21.04 21.12 21.15 21.15 21.16 21.16 21.16 21.16 21.16

1650 Free Jason Difani Stephen Sheridan Brad Byars Stephen Sheridan Brad Byars Brad Byars Jay Struckhoff Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Stephen Sheridan Brad Byars Brad Byars

Midwest Classic (2/24/00-trials) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-pre) at Midwest Inv. (2/28/92) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09) at Lindenwood Quad (1/26/08) at Butler Quad (10/15/06)

100 Free T1. T1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T9. T9.

45.27 45.27 45.33 45.60 45.94 45.97 46.06 46.09 46.16 46.16

Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Jason Difani Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars

at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) at Southern Illinois (12/8/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08-pre) Midwest Classic (2/26/00) Illinois-Chicago (11/17/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07-pre) at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) Xavier (11/3/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at Lindenwood Inv. (10/21/06)

200 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. T9. T9.

1:41.44 1:41.67 1:41.72 1:41.98 1:42.52 1:42.88 1:43.10 1:43.17 1:43.25 1:43.25

Brad Byars Jason Difani Brad Byars Stephen Sheridan Adam Trafton Nicholas Long Brad Byars Kevin Parker Adam Trafton Chris Johansen

at A-10 Champs. (2/20/08-relay) Midwest Classic (2/25/00-relay) South Dakota State (1/18/08-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/09-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) Mideast Classic (2/20/98) Xavier (11/3/07) at IUPUI (1/31/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at C-USA Champs. (2/25/05)

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

4:38.89 4:39.74 4:41.08 4:41.25 4:41.60 4:42.00 4:43.16 4:43.75 4:43.80 4:44.65

Chris Johansen Justin Breithaupt Michael Dahle Greg Waller Michael Dahle Mike Kelly Mike Kelly Rich Sheridan Tony Garcia-Prats B.J. Brungardt

at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-trials) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-pre) Midwest Inv. (2/28/92) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10) Midwest Classic (2/22/01) Mideast Classic (2/20/95) at C-USA Champs. (2/24/05)

1000 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

9:43.00 9:46.48 9:46.50 9:47.50 9:48.22 9:51.00 9:52.87 9:53.88 9:54.73 9:55.05

Michael Dahle Chris Johansen Michael Dahle Steve Webb Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Justin Breithaupt Justin Breithaupt Michael Dahle Greg Waller

South Dakota State (1/18/08) at C-USA Champs. (2/26/05-split) at IUPUI Quad (1/12/08) at Notre Dame Inv. (12/7/02) at Butler Quad Meet (10/20/07) at Wash U (10/8/08) at Lindenwood Quad (1/26/08) at IUPUI Quad (11/14/08) at Wash U (9/29/07) at Northeast Missouri St. (1/18/92)

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

16:10.48 16:14.49 16.15.15 16:15.62 16:18.71 16:22.28 16:22.89 16:23.14 16:34.06 16:34.08

Chris Johansen Mike Kelly Justin Breithaupt Steve Webb Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Justin Breithaupt Spencer Litzau Justin Breithaupt Mike Kelly

at C-USA Champs. (2/26/05) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) at Notre Dame Inv. (12/7/02) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) at IUPUI Quad (11/15/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09)

100 Back 1. 50.69 2. 51.06 3. 51.62 4. 51.67 5. 51.90 6. 52.03 7. 52.09 8. 52.10 9. 52.12 10. 52.19 200 Back 1. 1:52.11 2. 1:52.63 3. 1:52.88 4. 1:52.99 5. 1:53.13 6. 1:53.28 7. 1:53.29 8. 1:53.31 9. 1:53.72 10. 1:53.85

Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Justin Breithaupt Michael Dahle Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Michael Dahle Kevin Parker

at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06-swim-off) Xavier (11/3/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) at Lindenwood Quad (1/27/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) at Eastern Illinois (2/4/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07-pre)

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

57.19 57.36 57.66 57.68 57.90 57.92 58.09 58.60 59.10 59.43

Brian Brasser Brian Brasser Brian Brasser Blake Kocian Blake Kocian Brian Brasser Brian Brasser Blake Kocian Blake Kocian Tim Adams

at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-trials) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) at Butler/IUPUI/S. Dakota St. (1/19/07)

John Stoneburner Blake Kocian Blake Kocian Blake Kocian Steven Sash Philip Tully Sal Cruz Sal Cruz Sal Cruz Sal Cruz

at C-USA Champs. (2/28/04-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at Butler/IUPUI/S. Dakota St. (1/20/07)

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

2:06.60 2:07.93 2:09.74 2:09.82 2:09.89 2:09.98 2:10.08 2:10.08 2:10.09 2:10.29


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Me n ’s R ecord B o ok 100 Fly 1. 2. 3. T4 T4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

50.63 50.92 50.94 51.02 51.02 51.06 51.24 51.30 51.52 51.61

Three-Meter Dive (six dives) Jason Difani Kevin Parker Will Butzke Brad Byars Brad Byars Brad Byars Josh Stephens Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Brad Byars

Midwest Classic (2/25/00) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08-pre) at Lindenwood Quad (1/26/08) South Dakota State (1/18/08) at C-USA Champs. (2/25/05) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-trials) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08)

Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Kevin Parker Michael Dahle Kevin Parker Michael Dahle Kevin Parker Michael Dahle Kevin Parker

at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at Eastern Illinois (2/7/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06-pre)

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

1:51.24 1:51.97 1:53.30 1:53.53 1:53.94 1:53.95 1:54.26 1:54.48 1:54.78 1:55.06

1. 1:52.73 John Stoneburner 2. 1:54.93 Nicholas Long 3. 1:56.53 Greg Waller 4. 1:56.81 Steven Sash 5. 1:57.06 Kevin Parker 6. 1:57.07 Steven Sash 7. 1:57.32 Mark Tesoro 8. 1:57.51 Sal Cruz 9. 1:57.93 Kevin Parker 10. 1:58.41 Rich Sheridan

at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04-pre) Mideast Classic (2/20/95) Mideast Classic (2/20/93) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07) at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07-pre) at Midwest Inv. (2/28/92) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) at Eastern Illinois (2/7/09) at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04)

400 IM 4:01.17 4:02.52 4:04.50 4:04.87 4:07.45 4:08.01 4:08.35 4:09.38 4:09.80 4:10.06

Michael Dahle John Stoneburner Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Justin Breithaupt Justin Breithaupt Justin Breithaupt Michael Dahle

at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) at C-USA Champs. (2/27/04-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08-pre)

One-Meter Dive (six dives) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

321.00 308.10 302.90 302.85 302.40 291.95 288.90 287.05 279.55 278.32

340.13 337.35 332.30 316.50 316.15 298.86 297.55 296.80 296.50 292.30

Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Bobby Wolf Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael

Lindenwood (12/4/09) Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Lindenwood Inv. (1/29/05) at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) at IUPUI Quad (11/15/08) at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09)

200-Free Relay

200 IM

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

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

Bobby Wolf Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Chad Carmichael Chad Carmichael Billy Hrabovsky Billy Hrabovsky

at Lindenwood Inv. (1/29/05) at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) Lindenwood (12/4/09) Evansville (1/10/10) at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) Lindenwood (12/4/09)

1. 1:24.46 at C-USA Champs. (2/23/05) Josh Stephens, Ryan Poss, Brad Byars, Jimmy Howard 2. 1:24.61 at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07) Steven Sash, Josh Stephens, Brad Byars, Adam Trafton 3. 1:24.66 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10) Stephen Sheridan, Blake Kocian, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 4. 1:24.67 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08) Stephen Sheridan, Brad Byars, Jimmy Ritt, Adam Trafton 5. 1:24.96 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09) Stephen Sheridan, Adam Trafton, Jimmy Brabbins, Jimmy Ritt 6. 1:25.29 Midwest Classic (2/22/01) Neil Senkowski, Chris Clement, Andrew Long, Jason Difani 7. 1:25.53 SLU A Midwest Classic (2/16/95) T8. 1:25.91 at Nat’l Catholic Champs. (12/2/93) Phillip Long, Greg Waller, Todd Nenninger, Shane Kissack T8. 1:25.91 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Josh Stephens, Brad Byars, Adam Trafton, Chris Johansen 10. 1:26.09 at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04) Bryan Beischel, Ryan Poss, Rich Sheridan, Mark Wozny

400-Free Relay 1. 3:06.42 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) Stephen Sheridan, Adam Trafton, Jimmy Brabbins, Kevin Parker 2. 3:06.87 at C-USA Champs. (2/26/05) Josh Stephens, Brad Byars, Ryan Poss, Jimmy Howard 3. 3:07.18 at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) Adam Trafton, Brad Byars, Josh Stephens, Steven Sash 4. 3:07.30 at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) Stephen Sheridan, Brad Byars, Jimmy Ritt, Adam Trafton 5. 3:07.57 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) B.J. Sayre, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh, Stephen Sheridan 6. 3:09.03 Midwest Classic (2/24/01) Luke Muran, Chris Clement, Neil Senkowski, Jason Difani 7. 3:09.47 SLU A Mideast Classic (2/24/96) 8. 3:09.73 Illinois-Chicago (11/17/07) Stephen Sheridan, Brad Byars, Adam Trafton, Adam Walsh 9. 3:09.76 SLU A Mideast Classic (2/18/95) 10. 3:10.09 at C-USA Champs. (2/27/04) John Stoneburner, Rich Sheridan, Ryan Poss, Chris Johansen

800-Free Relay 1. 6:51.00 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/09) Stephen Sheridan, Kevin Parker, Michael Dahle, Adam Trafton 2. 6:52.66 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/08) Brad Byars, Adam Trafton, Kevin Parker, Michael Dahle 3. 6:54.86 at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Michael Dahle, Mike Kelly, Stephen Sheridan, B.J. Sayre 4. 6:57.37 South Dakota State (1/18/08) Brad Byars, Kevin Parker, Adam Trafton, Stephen Sheridan


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Me n ’s R ecord B o ok 5. 6:57.49 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Brad Byars, Chris Johansen, Adam Trafton, Kevin Parker T6. 6:58.06 at Southern Illinois (12/8/07) Brad Byars, Adam Trafton, Kevin Parker, Stephen Sheridan T6. 6:58.06 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/07) Brad Byars, Adam Trafton, Kevin Parker, Jimmy Ritt 8. 6:58.49 SLU A Mideast Classic (2/23/96) 9. 7:00.02 at C-USA Champs. (2/23/05) Chad Niemeier, Ryan Poss, Chris Johansen, B.J. Brungardt 10. 7:00.58 at C-USA Champs. (2/27/04) John Stoneburner, Chris Johansen, Ryan Poss, B.J. Brungardt

200-Medley Relay 1. 1:33.81 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/09) Kevin Parker, Brian Brasser, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 2. 1:34.00 at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Jimmy Brabbins, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Adam Walsh 3. 1:34.63 Eastern Illinois (11/21/02) Chris Clement, Bryan Beischel, Rich Sheridan, Neil Senkowski 4. 1:35.27 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Kevin Parker, Tim Adams, Josh Stephens, Brad Byars 5. 1:36.22 at Lindenwood Quad (1/26/08) Kevin Parker, Sal Cruz, Brad Byars, Stephen Sheridan 6. 1:36.47 at C-USA Champs. (2/25/05) Brad Byars, Tim Adams, Josh Stephens, Jimmy Howard 7. 1:36.50 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/07) Kevin Parker, Tim Adams, Josh Stephens, Jimmy Ritt 8. 1:36.68 at IUPUI (1/31/09) Kevin Parker, Brian Brasser, Jimmy Brabbins, Adam Walsh 9. 1:36.71 Midwest Classic (2/23/01) Chris Clement, Go Ozeni, Jason Difani, Neil Senkowski 10. 1:36.80 at Butler/IUPUI/S. Dakota St. (1/19/07) Kevin Parker, Tim Adams, Josh Stephens, Brad Byars

400-Medley Relay 1. 3:24.99 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) Kevin Parker, Blake Kocian, Jimmy Brabbins, Stephen Sheridan 2. 3:26.61 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) Tom Costigan, Brian Brasser, Will Butzke, Stephen Sheridan 3. 3:28.16 at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08) Kevin Parker, Sal Cruz, Stephen Sheridan, Brad Byars 4. 3:28.21 at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) Kevin Parker, Tim Adams, Josh Stephens, Brad Byars 5. 3:29.55 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Kevin Parker, Tim Adams, Jesse Lewis, Brad Byars 6. 3:31.60 at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04) Josh Stephens, John Stoneburner, Rich Sheridan, Ryan Poss 7. 3:32.85 at C-USA Champs. (2/24/05) Josh Stephens, Tim Adams, Brad Byars, Jimmy Howard 8. 3:33.40 at C-USA Champs. (2/24/05) Rich Sheridan, Go Ozeni, Jason Difani, Neil Senkowski 9. 3:34.00 at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) Justin Breithaupt, Brian Brasser, Kevin Parker, Stephen Sheridan 10. 3:34.33 at Butler/IUPUI/S. Dakota St. (1/20/07) Kevin Parker, Tim Adams, Josh Stephens, Jimmy Ritt

All-time coaching ledger Season Head Coach Men Win Pct. Women Win Pct. 1987-88 Richard Beeson 2-11 .154 1-11 .083 1988-89 Richard Beeson 4-10 .286 4-7 .364 1989-90 Richard Beeson 4-9 .308 8-5 .615 1990-91 Richard Beeson 8-3 .727 5-4 .556 1991-92 Richard Beeson 6-2 .750 3-4 .429 1992-93 Richard Beeson 2-2-1 .500 1-4 .200 1993-94 Richard Beeson 4-6 .400 6-2 .750 1994-95 Richard Beeson 5-6 .455 7-3 .700 1995-96 Richard Beeson 4-7 .364 3-7 .300 1996-97 Richard Beeson 1-7 .125 3-7 .300 1997-98 Richard Beeson 5-3-1 .611 7-3 .700 1998-99 Richard Beeson 3-6 .333 1-8 .111 1999-2000 Richard Beeson 5-4 .556 0-9 .000 2000-01 David Estes 5-5-1 .500 1-10 .091 2001-02 Jim Halliburton 0-9 .000 0-9 .000 2002-03 Jim Halliburton 12-4 .750 14-4 .778 2003-04 Jim Halliburton 11-9 .550 17-4 .810 2004-05 Jim Halliburton 12-6 .667 18-0 1.000 2005-06 Jim Halliburton 13-4 .765 17-0 1.000 2006-07 Jim Halliburton 23-2 .920 25-0 1.000 2007-08 Jim Halliburton 19-4 .826 19-3-1 .848 2008-09 Jim Halliburton 26-4 .857 24-11 .686 2009-10 Jim Halliburton 15-8 .652 16-11 .593 Total Three Coaches 189-131-3 .590 200-126-1 .613 13 Seasons One Season Nine Seasons

Richard Beeson David Estes Jim Halliburton

53-76-2 5-5-1 131-50

.412 .500 .724

49-74 1-10 150-42-1

.398 .091 .780

beeson

estes

halliburton


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Wom e n ’s R ecord B o ok 50 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. T10. T10.

24.04 24.55 24.60 24.62 24.66 24.71 24.72 24.76 24.80 24.82 24.82

1650 Free Meg Baudendistel Alice Altepeter Maggie Brabbins Jordan Hagar Jordan Hagar Elena Ramirez Heather Carpenter Elena Ramirez Jordan Hagar Jordan Hagar Jordan Hagar

at Northstar Conf. Champs. (2/24/86) at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-pre) Centenary/IUPUI/Valpo (12/20/06) Xavier (11/13/99) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07-relay) at Illinois State-Northern Iowa (10/10/08) at IUPUI Quad (11/15/08) at Butler Quad (10/5/08)

51.06 53.14 53.30 53.36 53.37 53.47 53.48 53.57 53.67 53.80

Meg Baudendistel Jordan Hagar Alice Altepeter Jordan Hagar Jennifer Chase Kristy Sanders Jordan Hagar Taylor Streid Jordan Hagar Elena Ramirez

at Northstar Conf. Champs. (2/26/86) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-relay) at C-USA Champs. (2/26/05-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08-relay) at MCC Champs. (2/10/90) Western Illinois (12/10/94-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-relay) at Butler Quad (10/5/08-relay) at Lindenwood Inv. (1/28/06)

1:52.79 1:53.55 1:54.08 1:54.15 1:54.51 1:54.89 1:55.07 1:55.15 1:55.26 1:55.75

Taylor Streid Meg Baudendistel Katie Kolster Katie Kolster Katie Kolster Emily Oberjohn Jenny Lutzen Jenny Lutzen Jenny Lutzen Sarah Bennet

at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10-relay) Mideast Classic (1986) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/09-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07-pre) at C-USA Champs. (2/27/04-pre) Xavier (11/3/07)

5:04.60 5:06.22 5:06.46 5:09.82 5:10.54 5:11.03 5:11.08 5:11.15 5:11.70 5:11.78

Katie Kolster Katie Kolster Katie Kolster Emily Oberjohn Emily Oberjohn Sarah Bennet Abbey Robins Katie Robertson Emily Oberjohn Sarah Bennet

at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) at IUPUI (1/31/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07) at Lindenwood Inv. (10/22/05) Xavier (11/3/07) Midwest Classic (2/24/00) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08-pre) at Lindenwood Inv. (10/21/06) at Wash U (9/29/07)

10:24.72 10:37.95 10:38.81 10:40.87 10:43.32 10:46.13 10:48.62 10:49.64 10:50.48 10:50.69

1. 56.87 2. 57.40 3. 58.16 4. 58.24 5. 58.25 6. 58.26 7. 58.64 8. 58.79 9. 58.83 10. 58.84

Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Taylor Streid Lindsey Tamkun Elena Ramirez Kristen Lowe Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun

at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at Show-Me Showdown (10/8/05) at Louisville/Xavier (11/2/01-relay) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07-pre) at Lindenwood Quad (1/27/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08)

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

2:05.80 2:05.97 2:06.34 2:06.84 2:06.85 2:08.27 2:08.37 2:08.44 2:08.65 2:09.03

Lindsey Tamkun Taylor Streid Taylor Streid Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Megan Capellupo Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun Lindsey Tamkun

at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07-pre) at Butler Quad (10/15/06) at Evansville Quad (11/14/04) at Wash U (9/30/06) Xavier (11/3/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08-pre)

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

1:04.65 1:04.75 1:05.25 1:05.41 1:05.47 1:05.55 1:05.62 1:06.01 1:06.02 1:06.33

Megan Capellupo Kelly Tessar Elena Ramirez Kristin Schiller Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Erin Kiphart Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez

at C-USA Champs. (2/25/05-pre) at C-USA Champs. (2/27/04) Eastern Illinois (11/16/06) Mideast Classic (2/20/98-pre) at Lindenwood Quad (1/27/07) at Lindenwood Inv. (10/21/06) Mideast Classic (2/21/97-pre) at Xavier (11/4/06) at Butler/IUPUI/S. Dakota St. (1/19/07) Eastern Illinois (11/17/05)

Megan Capellupo Kelly Tessar Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Laura Robertson Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Kayla Schleicher Kristin Schiller Laura Robertson

at C-USA Champs. (2/26/05) at C-USA Champs. (2/28/04) at Butler Quad (10/15/06) at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) at UIC Triangular (11/19/05) Western Illinois (1/13/07) at Wash U (10/2/04) Mideast Classic (2/21/98) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09-pre)

200 Breast

1000 Free 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Butler (10/18/03) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) Midwest Classic (2/26/00) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) at Southern Illinois (12/8/07) at C-USA Champs. (2/28/04) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08)

100 Breast

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

Meredith Grass Katie Robertson Abbey Robins Katie Kotowski Katie Robertson Jessica Schwarz Katie Kolster Katie Robertson Marisa Mackos Kerry Conaty

200 Back

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

17:39.36 17:44.32 17:52.13 17:53.72 17:58.53 17:58.76 18:01.69 18:07.90 18:08.58 18:09.49

100 Back

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

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

Katie Kolster Elena Ramirez Meredith Grass Emily Triggs Taylor Streid Emily Oberjohn Katie Robertson Katie Kolster Katie Robertson Jordan Hagar

at IUPUI (1/31/09) at IUPUI Triangular (1/20/06) Butler (10/18/03-split) at Butler Quad (10/15/06) at IUPUI (1/22/10) Eastern Illinois (11/17/05) Illinois-Chicago (11/17/07) at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) Xavier (11/3/07) Eastern Illinois (11/20/08)

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

2:16.39 2:20.71 2:22.20 2:22.43 2:22.57 2:22.85 2:23.34 2:23.49 2:23.73 2:24.03


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Wom e n ’s R ecord B o ok 100 Fly 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

55.82 55.91 55.93 56.15 57.10 57.17 57.49 57.53 57.66 57.91

Three-Meter Dive (six dives) Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Taylor Streid Elena Ramirez Taylor Streid Jordan Hagar

at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) at Butler/IUPUI/S. Dakota St. (1/19/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) Eastern Illinois (11/16/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07-pre) at Lindenwood Inv. (10/21/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10)

Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez

at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Western Illinois (1/13/07) at Butler/IUPUI/S. Dakota St. (1/20/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) at Wash U (9/30/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08-pre) at Butler Quad Meet (10/20/07)

2:01.42 2:02.21 2:02.65 2:02.74 2:03.46 2:04.50 2:05.67 2:06.35 2:06.86 2:07.70

200 IM 1. 2:05.42 2. 2:05.95 3. 2:06.05 4. 2:08.07 5. 2:08.13 6. 2:08.14 7. 2:08.23 8. 2:08.74 9. 2:08.75 10. 2:10.12

Elena Ramirez Kelly Tessar Megan Capellupo Elena Ramirez Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Elena Ramirez Laura Robertson

at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) at C-USA Champs. (2/24/05) at Butler Quad (10/15/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09-pre) at Wash U (9/30/06) at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07)

Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Kelly Tessar Laura Robertson Laura Robertson Elena Ramirez Elena Ramirez Laura Robertson Meredith Grass

at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09-pre) at Notre Dame Inv. (12/3/04) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10-pre) at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) at Xavier (11/4/06) at Notre Dame Inv. (12/1/05) at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07-pre) at C-USA Champs. (2/27/04)

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

4:30.37 4:31.34 4:32.09 4:32.20 4:32.68 4:33.22 4:34.63 4:35.02 4:36.08 4:36.70

One-Meter Dive (six dives) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

295.40 291.80 289.05 278.20 276.10 273.08 271.70 268.35 266.05 264.60

329.10 307.60 305.95 302.85 302.35 296.90 296.77 294.00 292.70 291.90

Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Erin Lasinski Anna Larson Anna Larson Hannah Tautz Anna Larson Anna Larson Hannah Tautz

Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10-pre) at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) at IUPUI Triangular (1/20/06) at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) at Lindenwood Quad (1/23/10) Western Illinois (1/13/07) at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08)

200-Free Relay

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

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

Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Hannah Tautz Hannah Tautz Shawncie Saylor

at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) Stephens & Lindenwood (12/4/09) Illinois-Chicago (11/17/07) Western Illinois (1/13/07) at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) at Lindenwood Invitational (11/1/08) at Lindenwood Invite (10/31/09) at Lindenwood Quad (1/24/09) at Evansville (2/9/96)

1. 1:38.21 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/10) Maggie Brabbins, Emily Kopec, Allison Storm, Jordan Hagar 2. 1:38.57 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/08) Erin Carlyle, Jordan Hagar, Ashley Potocki, Elena Ramirez 3. 1:38.74 at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04) Jenny Lutzen, Alice Altepeter, Megan Capellupo, Maggie Norton 4. 1:38.78 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Jordan Hagar, Katie Kolster, Megan Gerber 5. 1:39.01 at A-10 Champs. (2/22/07) Elena Ramirez, Emily Oberjohn, Jenny Lutzen, Emily Stuifbergen 6. 1:39.41 at C-USA Champs. (2/23/05) Emily Stuifbergen, Maggie Norton, Alice Altepeter, Emily Oberjohn 7. 1:39.67 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Alice Altepeter, Maggie Norton, Jenny Lutzen, Emily Stuifbergen 8. 1:39.85 SLU A Mideast Classic (2/22/96) 9. 1:40.07 Butler (12/6/97) Sarah Knock, Molly Critchlow, Heather Schaefer, Diane Schmutzler 10. 1:40.15 Mideast Classic (2/16/95) Mary Kraemer, Kristy Sanders, Mary George, Juliana Gemeinhardt

400-Free Relay 1. 3:33.89 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/09) Jordan Hagar, Katie Kolster, Jessica Schwarz, Julia Pearson 2. 3:34.10 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Alice Altepeter, Kelly Tessar, Emily Oberjohn, Jenny Lutzen 3. 3:34.20 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/10) Taylor Streid, Emily Kopec, Jordan Hagar, Maggie Brabbins 4. 3:35.41 at C-USA Champs. (2/26/05) Alice Altepeter, Maggie Norton, Kelly Tessar, Emily Oberjohn 5. 3:35.58 at A-10 Champs. (2/23/08) Jordan Hagar, Erin Carlyle, Sarah Bennet, Julia Pearson 6. 3:35.70 at C-USA Champs. (2/28/04) Jenny Lutzen, Alice Altepeter, Maggie Norton, Emily Oberjohn 7. 3:36.70 at Notre Dame Inv. (12/4/04) Alice Altepeter, Maggie Norton, Kelly Tessar, Emily Oberjohn 8. 3:37.39 at A-10 Champs. (2/24/07) Elena Ramirez, Emily Oberjohn, Laura Robertson, Jenny Lutzen 9. 3:37.46 SLU B at Eastern Illinois Inv. (11/11/95) 10. 3:38.25 at Notre Dame Inv. (12/6/03) Jenny Lutzen, Alice Altepeter, Megan Capellupo, Kelly Tessar

800-Free Relay 1. 7:43.64 at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Taylor Streid, Jessica Schwarz, Jordan Hagar, Maggie Brabbins 2. 7:45.77 at C-USA Champs. (2/23/05) Emily Oberjohn, Maggie Norton, Megan Capellupo, Kelly Tessar 3. 7:46.52 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Elena Ramirez, Emily Oberjohn, Kelly Tessar, Jenny Lutzen 4. 7:46.60 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/08)


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving B illi ke n Wom e n ’s R ecord B o ok Katie Robertson, Jordan Hagar, Sarah Bennet, Jessica Schwarz 5. 7:46.72 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/09) Katie Kolster, Jordan Hagar, Jessica Schwarz, Katie Robertson 6. 7:50.78 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/07) Emily Triggs, Emily Oberjohn, Jenny Lutzen, Erica Polachek 7. 7:50.89 at Notre Dame Inv. (12/3/04) Alice Altepeter, Maggie Norton, Kelly Tessar, Emily Oberjohn 8. 7:51.11 at Notre Dame Inv. (12/1/05) Elena Ramirez, Kelly Tessar, Alice Altepeter, Emily Oberjohn 9. 7:53.28 at C-USA Champs. (2/27/04) Emily Oberjohn, Alice Altepeter, Maggie Norton, Jenny Lutzen 10. 7:54.25 at Notre Dame Inv. (12/5/03) Emily Oberjohn, Maggie Norton, Jenny Lutzen, Megan Capellupo

200-Medley Relay 1. 1:47.94 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Elena Ramirez, Kelly Tessar, Alice Altepeter, Jenny Lutzen 2. 1:47.98 at A-10 Champs. (2/18/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Jillian Smith, Jordan Hagar 3. 1:48.46 at A-10 Champs. (2/17/10) Lindsey Tamkun, Kaitlyn Adams, Taylor Streid, Allison Storm 4. 1:48.70 Eastern Illinois (11/17/05) Elena Ramirez, Kelly Tessar, Brianna Motley, Jenny Lutzen 5. 1:48.96 at C-USA Champs. (2/25/05) Megan Capellupo, Kelly Tessar, Alice Altepeter, Maggie Norton 6. 1:48.98 at A-10 Champs. (2/21/07) Lindsey Tamkun, Elena Ramirez, Jillian Smith, Jenny Lutzen 7. 1:49.13 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/08) Lindsey Tamkun, Elena Ramirez, Sarah Bennet, Erin Carlyle 8. 1:49.42 at Wash U (10/1/05)

Elena Ramirez,Kelly Tessar, Brianna Motley, Alice Altepeter 9. 1:49.49 Xavier (11/3/07) Lindsey Tamkun, Elena Ramirez, Sarah Bennet, Jordan Hagar 10. 1:49.92 at Notre Dame Inv. (12/1/05) Elena Ramirez, Kelly Tessar, Brianna Motley, Alice Altepeter

400-Medley Relay 1. 3:53.97 at A-10 Champs. (2/20/09) Lindsey Tamkun, Laura Robertson, Jillian Smith, Katie Kolster 2. 3:55.78 at A-10 Champs. (2/15/06) Maggie Norton, Kelly Tessar, Elena Ramirez, Emily Oberjohn 3. 3:56.80 at A-10 Champs. (2/19/10) Taylor Streid, Laura Robertson, Jordan Hagar, Maggie Brabbins 4. 3:57.54 at A-10 Champs. (2/23/07) Lindsey Tamkun, Laura Robertson, Elena Ramirez, Emily Oberjohn 5. 3:57.76 at A-10 Champs. (2/22/08) Lindsey Tamkun, Elena Ramirez, Sarah Bennet, Jordan Hagar 6. 3:58.16 at C-USA Champs. (2/24/05) Kelly Tessar, Megan Capellupo, Alice Altepeter, Emily Oberjohn 7. 3:58.80 at C-USA Champs. (2/26/04) Megan Capellupo, Kelly Tessar, Alice Altepeter, Jenny Lutzen 8. 4:00.00 at Butler Quad (10/15/06) Lindsey Tamkun, Elena Ramirez, Jillian Smith, Katie Kotowski 9. 4:00.04 at Butler Quad (10/15/06) Katie ising, Laura Robertson, Sarah Porter, Emily Stuifbergen 10. 4:00.33 at Illinois-Chicago (11/18/06) Lindsey Tamkun, Elena Ramirez, Jillian Smith, Jenny Lutzen

billiken hall of famers meg baudendistel • 1984-87 Inducted 1995

nora mclaughlin carr • 1976-79 Inducted 1999

Meg Baudendistel is one of the most

Nora McLaughlin, one of the first female student-athletes to compete at the national level, was the first female at Saint Louis University to achieve All-America status when she was named to the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) women’s swimming team in 1978. The sophomore earned the honor after finishing 11th in the 50 fly (27.9) at the 1978 AIAW Small College Swimming and Diving mclaughlin Championships in Gainesville, Fla. At the 1977 national meet in Clarion, Pa., McLaughlin finished 20th in the 50 fly (28.78). She went on to guide the Billikens to a second-place finish at the 1978 state meet. That same season, McLaughlin established school marks in seven individual events. When she graduated, the Kirkwood, Mo., native owned 11 school records. In addition to her accomplishments in the pool, McLaughlin was an exceptional student, graduating magna cum laude in 1980 with a bachelor’s degree in English. On campus, she was also involved in Oriflamme, served as the sports editor of the .University News and was the president of her sorority.

decorated student-athletes in Saint Louis swimming and diving history. Baudendistel still holds the school records in the 50 free, 100 free and 200 free. She eclipsed the SLU standards in the 50 (24.04) and 100 (51.06) freestyle events at the 1986 North Star Conference Championships. Baudendistel went baudendistel on to establish a school mark in the 200 free (1:53.55) at the 1986 Mideast Classic. When she graduated, Baudendistel also owned the Billikens’ 100 fly record (58.73) in addition to the standards in the 50 back, 50 fly and 100 IM, each of which is no longer sanctioned by the NCAA. Baudendistel was selected as the Outstanding Female Swimmer at every major championship meet she participated in, including the 1985 Missouri Invitational and the 1985 and 1986 Midwest Invitational meets. She was the conference champion in the maximum three individual events all four years of her career. Baudendistel earned North Star Conference Swimmer of the Year accolades in 1986, and that same year she won all five individual events she swam at the Missouri state championships. In SLU’s first year in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference, she was awarded All-Conference plaudits in three events.


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving Yea r-B y -Yea r R e s ult s 1987-88 Men (2-11) at Louisville at Indianapolis at Butler at Evansville at Loyola Chicago at Truman State at Wash U. at Principia at Wash U. Invite Notre Dame Oral Roberts at Principia at Millikin UMSL MCC Champs. Women (1-11) at Louisville at Vanderbilt at Indianapolis at Butler at Evansville at Truman State at Wash U. at Principia at Wash U. Invite Notre Dame Oral Roberts at Principia at Millikin MCC Champs.

L, 36-64 L, 67-108 L, 27-68 L, 27-57 L, 19-76 L, 67-100 L, 31-80 W, 51-45 6th of 9 L, 13-98 L, 28-77 W, 54-40 L, 13-98 L, 77-119 6th of 6 L, 26-62 L, 19-74 L, 58-116 L, 23-82 L, 60-82 L, 69-125 L, 30-78 L, 41-55 2nd of 10 L, 16-94 W, 55-36 L, 42-63 L, 40-66 5th of 5

1988-89 Men (4-10) Evansville Wash U. Louisville Missouri-Rolla at DePauw Principia Valparaiso Truman State Xavier Eastern Illinois UMSL Loyola Chicago at Vincennes Invite at Butler at Principia at Wash U. Invite MCC Champs.

L, 26-83 L, 20-89 L, 28-66 L, 28-66 L, 66-169 W, 67-46 L, 46-67 W, 64-59 L, 41-70 L, 32-77 L, 31-79 L, 45-57 6th of 8 W, 118-87 W, 65-45 5th of 7 5th of 6

Women (4-7) Evansville Wash U. Louisville at DePauw Principia Valparaiso Truman State

L, 46-54 L, 43-66 L, 11-31 L, 75-154 W, 99-87 W, 72-43 L, 49-62

Xavier Eastern Illinois at Vincennes Invite at Butler at Principia at Wash. U. Invite MCC Champs.

L, 45-67 L, 41-67 5th of 8 W, 135-98 W, 67-44 4th of 9 2nd of 5

1989-90 Men (4-9, 2-5 MCC) at Notre Dame vs. Xavier vs. Butler vs. Evansville at Evansville vs. UMSL at Wash U. Relays at Wash U. at Truman State at Eastern Illinois vs. Butler at Indianapolis vs. Xavier vs. Valparaiso at Wash U. Invite MCC Champs.

L, 21-146 L, 59-97 L, 79-84 L, 51-110 L, 41-67 L, 36-76 3rd of 6 L, 86-142 L, 100-138 W, 56-43 W, 59-49 L, 100-171 W, 173-117 W, 137-134 5th of 9 4th of 6

Women (8-5, 6-1 MCC) at Notre Dame vs. Xavier vs. Butler vs. Evansville at Evansville vs. UMSL at Wash U. Relays at Wash U. at Truman State at Eastern Illinois vs. Butler at Indianapolis vs. Xavier vs. Valparaiso at Wash U. Invite MCC Champs.

L, 52-117 W, 112-51 W, 107-59 W, 115-55 W, 115-113 L, 90-122 3rd of 6 L, 112-115 L, 113-123 W, 65-44 W, 62-50 L, 129-156 W, 171-116 W, 161-123 1st of 8 2nd of 5

1990-91 Men (8-3, 4-2 MCC) at Notre Dame Relays at Notre Dame vs. Butler vs. Evansville vs. Loyola Chicago vs. Xavier at Truman State at Eastern Illinois vs. Rose-Hulman at Wash U. at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Evansville at UMSL at Wash U. Invite MCC Champs.

Women (5-4, 3-2 MCC) at Notre Dame Relays at Notre Dame vs. Butler vs. Evansville vs. Xavier at William Woods at Truman State at Eastern Illinois at Wash U. at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Evansville at Wash U. Invite MCC Champs.

6th of 8 L, 30-140 W, 98-70 W, 86-82 W, 107-58 W, 85-21 W, 69-33 L, 113-127 L, 110-123 9th of 14 L, 95-136 2nd of 9 2nd of 5

1991-92 Men (6-2) at Evansville at Wash U. vs. Millikin at Wash U. Relays at E. Illinois Invite at E. Illinois at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Truman State at Wash U. Invite at UMSL vs. W. Illinois at Principia Mideast Classic

L, 86-141 W, 53-42 W, 54-51 4th of 8 5th of 6 W, 125-100 6th of 11 W, 116-104 5th of 8 W, 49-46 L, 28-67 W, 87-66 2nd of 15

Women (3-4) at Evansville at Wash U. vs. Millikin at Wash U. Relays at E. Illinois Invite at Eastern Illinois at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Truman State at Wash U. Invite vs. Western Illinois at Principia Mideast Classic

L, 105-132 W, 69-44 W, 83-28 4th of 7 4th of 6 L, 83-148 8th of 12 L, 82-158 2nd of 9 L, 53-144 W, 114-86 1st of 13

1992-93 6th of 8 L, 23-146 W, 106-51 W, 86-79 W, 116-37 W, 79-77 W, 133-67 W, 70-41 W, 173-12 W, 138-92 7th of 12 L, 49-62 L, 56-57 5th of 7 3rd of 6

Men (2-2-1) at Bradley vs. Evansville at E. Illinois Inv. at Eastern Illinois at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Vincennes Invite at Bradley Invite at Evansville at Wash U. Invite at Western Illinois Mideast Classic Women (1-4) at Bradley Evansville

T, 70-70 L, 49-91 5th of 6 W, 129-101 8th of 10 5th of 8 5th of 6 L, 91-133 6th of 9 W, 58-46 6th of 11 W, 100-40 L, 60-80

at E. Illinois Invite at Eastern Illinois at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Vincennes Invite at Bradley Invite at Evansville at Wash U. Invite at Western Illinois Mideast Classic

3rd of 7 L, 87-162 8th of 10 7th of 8 4th of 6 L, 91-147 1st of 10 L, 33-80 4th of 11

1993-94 Men (4-6) Louisville UMSL Bradley at NE Illinois at Valparaiso at E. Illinois Invite SE Illinois at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Bradley Invite Evansville at Wash U. Invite at Butler vs. Cincinnati vs. Loyola Chicago Mideast Classic

L, 38-73 W, 59-35 L, 112-120 W, 80-19 W, 79-28 6th of 6 W, 119-109.5 5th of 10 5th of 6 L, 104-115 4th of 11 L, 108-118 L, 40-206 L, 87-109 8th of 10

Women (6-2) Louisville Bradley at NE Illinois at Valparaiso at E. Illinois Invite Eastern Illinois at Natl. Catholic Inv. at Bradley Inv. Evansville at Wash U. Invite at Butler vs. Cincinnati Mideast Classic

W, 116-115 W, 160.5-76.5 W, 83-20 W, 67-46 2nd of 6 W, 133-108 5th of 12 2nd of 6 L, 114-129 1st of 6 W, 155-91 L, 75-155 2nd of 10

1994-95 Men (5-6) at Evansville at Louisville at Bradley at N. Iowa Relays Evansville Northeastern Illinois at E. Illinois Invite at Eastern Illinois UALR at Natl. Catholic Inv. Western Illinois UMSL Bradley at Wash U Invite Eastern Illinois Mideast Classic

L, 81-138 L, 82-110 W, 141-92 4th of 5 L, 46-73 W, 59-37 5th of 6 L, 80-151 W, 113-109 3rd of 4 W, 59-54 W, 48-44 L, 88-141 4th of 8 L, 102-126 4th of 9


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving Yea r-B y -Yea r R e s ult s Women (7-3) at Evansville at Louisville at Bradley at N. Iowa Relays Evansville NE Illinois at E. Illinois Invite at Eastern Illinois UALR at Natl. Catholic Inv. Western Illinois Bradley at Wash U. Invite Eastern Illinois Mideast Classic

L, 101-133 L, 86-133 W, 128-109 4th of 5 W, 59-56 W, 77-32 2nd of 6 L, 108-128 W, 107-69 2nd of 4 W, 123-115 W, 138-104 1st of 7 W, 139-101 2nd of 9

1995-96 Men (4-7) Louisville at Illinois-Chicago at NE Illinois vs. Valparaiso at N. Iowa Relays Evansville Bradley at E. Illinois Invite at Wash U. vs. UMSL at UALR Invite Eastern Illinois at Bradley Invite at Evansville at Eastern Illinois

L, 92-132 L, 69-166 W, 63-38 W, 72-36 5th of 5 L, 96-145 W, 117-115 5th of 6 L, 52-58 W, 61-27 4th of 11 L, 76-143 5th of 5 L, 72-150 L, 64-159

Women (3-7) Louisville at Illinois-Chicago at NE Illinois vs. Valparaiso at N. Iowa Relays at Bradley Evansville at E. Illinois Invite at Wash U. at UALR Invite Eastern Illinois at Bradley Invite at Evansville at Eastern Illinois

L, 115-125 L, 89-130 W, 74-36 L, 55-56 5th of 5 W, 142-101 L, 96-150 3rd of 6 W, 126-108 1st of 9 L, 119-122 4th of 5 L, 105-133 L, 122-131

Women (3-7) NE Illinois UALR Evansville at E. Illinois Invite at Evansville at Louisville Billiken Invite at San Diego State vs. San Diego Eastern Illinois at Bradley Invite Bradley at Eastern Illinois Mideast Classic

L, 95-131 5th of 8 W, 74-37 W, 66-25 L, 95-143 5th of 6 L, 89-148 L, 86-153 3rd of 3 L, 31-107 L, 63-84 L, 85-158 5th of 6 W, 158.5-79.5 L, 99-141 5th of 8

1997-98 Men (5-3-1) at Valparaiso at NE Illinois at Panther 16-Event at Eastern Illinois at Bradley Louisville Billiken Invite Butler at Evansville at Bradley Invite at Butler vs. Bradley Mideast Classic

W, 119-112 W, 86-66 4th of 5 L, 89-139 T, 111-111 L, 94-117 4th of 5 W, 103-92 L, 88-133 6th of 6 W, 78-27 W, 67-38 6th of 8

Women (7-3) at Valparaiso at NE Illinois at Panther 16-Event UALR at Eastern Illinois at Bradley Louisville Billiken Invite Butler at Evansville at Bradley Invite at Butler vs. Bradley Mideast Classic

W, 118-114 W, 84-47 4th of 5 W, 77-66 L, 102-136 L, 124-114 L, 85-141 3rd of 5 W, 126-111 L, 89.5-139.5 5th of 6 W, 62-51 W, 79-34 5th of 9

1998-99

1996-97 Men (1-7) NE Illinois Evansville at E. Illinois Invite at Evansville at Louisville Billiken Invite Eastern Illinois at Bradley Invite Bradley

at Eastern Illinois Mideast Classic

W, 99-79 L, 87-145 5th of 6 L, 98-132 L, 91-136 4th of 4 L, 86-147 6th of 6 L, 92.5-142.5

Men (3-6) at IUPUI vs. Louisville Valparaiso at N. Iowa Quad at E. Illinois Invite at Louisville at Xavier Billiken Invite Eastern Illinois

W, 121-86 L, 72-146 W, 125-98 4th of 4 3rd of 5 L, 64-122 L, 38-56 4th of 8 L, 100-136

Evansville at Bradley Invite Bradley at Eastern Illinois Mideast Classic

L, 50-177 3rd of 5 W, 131-90 L, 99-128 6th of 10

Women (1-8) at IUPUI vs. Louisville Valparaiso at N Iowa Quad at E. Illinois Invite at Louisville at Xavier Billiken Invite Eastern Illinois Evansville at Bradley Invite Bradley at Eastern Illinois Mideast Classic

W, 109-108 L, 66-155 L, 110-127 4th of 4 3rd of 5 L, 67-144 L, 42-53 4th of 7 L, 85-157 L, 60-171 4th of 5 L, 117-118 L, 76-153 7th of 10

1999-2000 Men (5-4) at IUPUI vs. Louisville at IUPUI vs. Louisville at Panther 16-Event at E. Illinois Invite Xavier Billiken Quad Eastern Illinois Bradley Invite at Valparaiso at Bradley at Eastern Illinois Midwest Classic Women (0-9) at IUPUI vs. Louisville at IUPUI vs. Louisville at Panther 16-Event at E. Illinois Invite Xavier Billiken Quad Eastern Illinois Bradley Invite at Valparaiso at Bradley at Eastern Illinois Midwest Classic

W, 57-56 L, 23-90 W, 58-46 L, 26-78 4th of 4 3rd or 5 W, 112-93 3rd of 4 L, 83-137 4th of 5 W, 103-95 W, 114-90 L, 82-143 3rd of 6 L, 54-59 L, 19-94 L, 46-58 L, 23-81 4th of 4 3rd of 5 L, 99-130 3rd of 4 L, 82-135 5th of 5 L, 93-146 L, 98-143 L, 85-146 6th of 6

2000-01 Men (5-5-1) Bradley at E. Illinois Invite at Louisville vs. TCU at Xavier

W, 141-89 2nd of 5 L, 42-68 L, 36-62 W, 60-35

Eastern Illinois at Bradley vs. Northern Iowa at IUPUI vs. Bradley vs. Xavier at Eastern Illinois Midwest Classic

L, 97-183 T,134-134 W, 141-23 L, 85-53 W, 85-42 W, 68-54 L, 106-149 5th of 8

Women (1-10) Bradley at E. Illinois Invite at Louisville vs. TCU at Xavier Eastern Illinois at Bradley vs. Illinois State at IUPUI vs. Bradley vs. Xavier at Eastern Illinois Midwest Classic

W, 132-128 3rd of 5 L, 30-73 L, 34-69 L, 33-61 L, 98-191 L, 121-163 L, 64-212 L, 59-81 L, 63-76 L, 54-84 L, 69-192 5th of 8

2001-02 Men (0-9) at Bradley at Louisville vs. Xavier Missouri State Eastern Illinois at Western Illinois at Missouri State vs. La.-Monroe at Eastern Illinois at C-USA Inv.

L, 106-136 L, 57-82 L, 48-90 L, 101-143 L, 94-158 L, 116-120 L, 25.5-87.5 L, 47-64 L, 115-170 5th of 5

Women (0-9) at Bradley at Louisville vs. Xavier Missouri State Eastern Illinois at Western Illinois at Missouri State vs. La.-Monroe at Eastern Illinois at C-USA Champs.

L, 109-133 L, 48-91 L, 45-93 L, 96-138 L, 111-142 L, 97-144 L, 25-88 L, 54-59 L, 125-173 6th of 6

2002-03 Men (12-4) Wash U. at Western Illinois at IUPUI vs. Valparaiso at Illinois-Chicago Eastern Illinois at Ouachita Baptist vs. Centenary at Notre Dame Inv. Western Illinois Missouri-Rolla

L, 146.5-149.5 W, 123-118 W, 69-44 W, 96-15 W, 138-101 W, 142-92 W, 58-55 W, 100-11 9th of 12 W, 60-53 L, 44-67


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving Yea r-B y -Yea r R e s ult s vs. Louisville at IUPUI vs. Xavier vs. Butler vs. Xavier at Eastern Illinois at C-USA Invite

L, 29-83 L, 55-58 W, 69.5-41.5 W, 79-31 W, 58-53 W, 125-112 5th of 5

Women (14-4) Wash U. at Western Illinois at IUPUI vs. Valparaiso at Illinois-Chicago Eastern Illinois at Ouachita Baptist vs. Centenary vs. UALR vs. North Texas at Notre Dame Inv. Western Illinois at Bowling Green vs. Louisville at IUPUI vs. Xavier vs. Butler vs. Xavier at Eastern Illinois at C-USA Champs.

W, 154-46 W, 151-92 W, 60-53 W, 67-44 W, 127-110 W, 128-114 W, 60-53 W, 111-2 W, 99-13 W, 61-52 11th of 15 W, 146-96 L, 20-93 L, 31-82 W, 72-41 L, 48-63 W, 66.5-43.5 L, 47-64 W, 140-107 6th of 6

2003-04 Men (11-9) at Wash U. at Western Illinois Butler at Lindenwood vs. Rose-Hulman at Evansville at IUPUI vs. Ball State Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago vs. Western Illinois at Notre Dame Inv. IUPUI vs. Butler vs. Valparaiso at Evansville vs. W. Kentucky Louisville at Lindenwood vs. IIT at Eastern Illinois at C-USA Invite Women (17-4) at Wash U. at Western Illinois Butler at Lindenwood vs. Rose-Hulman at Evansville

W, 172-119 L, 116-127 W, 141-81 W, 71-37 W, 98-15 W, 135-108 L, 46-67 L, 33-80 L, 118-121 L, 96-144 W, 145-95 10th of 12 W, 138-106 W, 139-64 W, 143.5-63.5 L, 53-59 L, 45-67 L, 101-197 W, 98-29 W, 98-29 L, 114-125 5th of 5 W, 191-102 W, 148-87 W, 153-72 W, 88-27 W, 100-11 W, 133-109

at IUPUI vs. Ball State Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago vs. Western Illinois at Notre Dame Inv. IUPUI vs. Butler vs. Valparaiso at Evansville Louisville at Lindenwood vs. IIT vs. UALR at Eastern Illinois Tulane at C-USA Champs.

W, 89-24 L, 36-77 W, 147-93 W, 128-114 W, 181-76 11th of 15 W, 138-187 W, 145-62 W, 152-60 L, 120-123 L, 132-168 W, 103-29 W, 103-23 W, 101-25 W, 146-97 L, 131-163 7th of 7

2004-05 Men (12-6) at Wash U. at Western Illinois at Lindenwood vs. Rose-Hulman vs. Missouri-Rolla vs. Evansville vs. Butler vs. IUPUI Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago at Notre Dame Inv. Western Illinois Evansville at Lindenwood vs. Lincoln College vs. IIT at Eastern Illinois vs. Butler vs. Valparaiso at C-USA Invite

L, 143-150 W, 121-113 W, 78-35 W, 94-25 L, 30-82 W, 114-88 W, 135-59 L, 84-120 L, 115-122 L, 93-142 11th of 11 W, 137-97 W, 131-111 W, 88-22 W, 76-43 W, 77-42 L, 119-123 W, 75-15 W, 71-21 5th of 5

Women (18-0) at Wash U. at Western Illinois at Lindenwood vs. Rose-Hulman vs. Evansville vs. Butler vs. IUPUI vs. N. Colorado Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago at Notre Dame Inv. Western Illinois Evansville at Lindenwood vs. Lincoln College vs. IIT at Eastern Illinois vs Butler vs. Valparaiso at C-USA Champs.

W, 167.5-130.5 W, 153-84 W, 89-25 W, 103-10 W, 139.5-62.5 W, 180.5-21.5 W, 159-43 W, 121.5-83.5 W, 142-99 W, 134-105 8th of 13 W, 143-93 W, 149-86 W, 96-24 W, 100-16 W, 80-32 W, 143-95 W, 53-18 W, 51-33 7th of 7

2005-06 Men (13-4) at Wash U. at Show-Me Showdown at Western Illinois at Lindenwood Inv. vs. Evansville vs. Butler vs. Valparaiso Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago vs. Western Illinois at Notre Dame Inv. IUPUI Western Illinois vs. S. Dakota State at IUPUI Evansville at Lindenwood vs. Lincoln College vs. IIT at Eastern Illinois at A-10 Champs.

L, 110-181 7th of 7 L, 11-131 1st of 3 W, 119.50-99.50 W, 148-62 W, 146-72 W, 131-111 L, 86-145 W, 145-88 7th of 9 W, 161-135 W, 172-123 W, 81-24 L, 54-59 W, 122-112 W, 70-41 W, 78-35 W, 82-29 W, 134-108 8th of 9

Women (17-0) at Wash U. at Show-Me Showdown at Western Illinois at Lindenwood Inv. vs. Evansville vs. Butler vs. Valparaiso Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago vs. Western Illinois at Notre Dame Inv. IUPUI Western Illinois vs. S. Dakota State at IUPUI Evansville at Lindenwood vs. Lincoln College vs. IIT at Eastern Illinois at A-10 Champs.

W, 183-117 5th of 6 W, 154-87 2nd of 4 W, 157-71 W, 172-47 W, 163-55 W, 158-64 W, 134-108 W, 170-65 7th of 11 W, 193-82 W, 179-100 W, 92-19 W, 88-25 W, 160-82 W, 87-24 W, 102-10 W, 86-26 W, 149-92 6th of 10

2006-07 Men (23-2) at Wash U. at Western Illinois at Butler vs. Evansville vs. Valparaiso at Lindenwood Inv. at Xavier Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago Centenary IUPUI Valparaiso Centenary

W, 196-88 W, 145-94 W, 161-54 W, 139-73 W, 129-83 3rd of 4 W, 170-92 W, 142-95 L, 105-134 L, 100.5-107.5 W, 148-69 W, 164-47 W, 107.5-96.5

IUPUI Valparaiso Western Illinois vs. Butler at IUPUI vs. S. Dakota State vs. Butler at IUPUI vs. S. Dakota State at Lindenwood vs. IIT vs. Lincoln College at Eastern Illinois at A-10 Champs.

W, 136-86 W, 159-51 W, 131-103 W, 80-28 W, 74-39 W, 83-25 W, 86-10 W, 72-32 W, 77-19 W, 69-44 W, 77-34 W, 83-30 W, 145-88 9th of 9

Women (25-0) at Wash U. at Western Illinois at Butler vs. Evansville vs. Valparaiso at Lindenwood Inv. at Xavier Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago Centenary IUPUI Valparaiso Centenary IUPUI Valparaiso Western Illinois vs. Butler at IUPUI vs. S. Dakota State vs. Butler at IUPUI vs. S. Dakota State at Lindenwood vs. IIT vs. Lincoln College at Eastern Illinois at A-10 Champs.

W, 168-134 W, 150-91 W, 146-59 W, 137-75 W, 124-86 1st of 4 W, 140-123 W, 173-70 W, 173-70 W, 125-90 W, 168-48 W, 159.5-58.5 W, 139-79 W, 166-56 W, 159-64 W, 154-87 W, 94-19 W, 80-32 W, 76-37 W, 91-18 W, 78-26 W, 67-42 W, 88-25 W, 82-31 W, 92-20 W, 139-104 8th of 10

2007-08 Men (19-4) at Wash U. at Western Illinois at Show-Me Showdown vs. Evansville vs. Valparaiso Xavier Eastern Illinois Illinois-Chicago at Southern Illinois vs. Calgary vs. Shippensburg vs. Utica vs. Ball State at IUPUI vs. Western Illinois South Dakota State

L, 131-157 W, 147-92 5th of 6 W, 114-82 W, 134-60 W, 160.5-130.5 W, 148-80 L, 118.5-122.5 L, 73-181 W, 90-78 W, 90-60 W, 90-14 L, 50-95 W, 86-53 W, 97-43 W, 79-31


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving Yea r-B y -Yea r R e s ult s / S e r ie s H i s tor y South Dakota State South Dakota State South Dakota State South Dakota State vs. IIT vs. Lincoln at LIndenwood at Eastern Illinois at A-10 Champs. Women (19-3-1) at Wash U. at Western Illinois at Show-Me Showdown vs. Butler vs. Evansville vs. Valparaiso Xavier Eastern Illinois Illinois-Chicago at Southern Illinois vs. Shippensburg vs. Utica vs. Ball State at IUPUI vs. Western Illinois South Dakota State South Dakota State South Dakota State South Dakota State South Dakota State vs. IIT vs. Lincoln at Lindenwood at Eastern Illinois at A-10 Champs.

W, 90-33 W, 66-17 W, 86-25 W, 62-23 W, 80-31 W, 89-16 W, 79-34 W, 131-100 8th of 9 W, 197-101 L, 121-122 3rd of 6 W, 145-49 W, 113-83 W, 130-66 T, 147-147 W, 171-68 W, 134-109 L, 96-160 W, 61-60 W, 61-27 L, 41-107 W, 97-42 W, 80-60 W, 77-33 W, 84-43 W, 61.5-30.5 W, 78-34 W, 58-27 W, 95-16 W, 100-11 W, 91-20 W, 161-81 9th of 10

2008-09 Men (26-4) at Wash U. vs. Evansville vs. Valparaiso Western Illinois vs. Eureka vs. Hannibal-LaGrange vs. Lincoln (Mo.) at Lindenwood at IUPUI vs. UW-Milwaukee vs. Xavier at IUPUI vs. UW-Milwaukee vs. Xavier Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago Lindenwood at Evansville vs. Dartmouth vs. Norwich at S. Dakota State at S. Dakota State at S. Dakota State

L, 100.5-122.5 W, 157-79 W, 150-82 W, 146-68 W, 105-2 W, 105-5 W, 75-44 W, 97-23 W, 94-19 W, 58-55 W, 63.5-47.5 W, 88-25 L, 47-66 W, 63-48 W, 131-82 L, 88-154 W, 139-84 W, 152-77 W, 22-12 W, 22-8 W, 86-26 W, 83-40 W, 62-21

at S. Dakota State at S. Dakota State vs. IIT at Lindenwood vs. Missouri State at IUPUI at Eastern Illinois

W, 77-33 W, 62.5-25.5 W, 95-52 W, 117-30 L, 22-125 W, 137-97 W, 135-93

Women (24-11) at Wash U. vs. Butler vs. Evansville vs. Valparaiso at Illinois State vs. Northern Iowa UALR Western Illinois vs. Eureka vs. Hannibal-LaGrange vs. Lincoln (Mo.) at Lindenwood at IUPUI vs. UW-Milwaukee vs. Xavier at IUPUI vs. UW-Milwaukee vs. Xavier Eastern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago Lindenwood Stephens College at Evansville vs. Dartmouth vs. Norwich at S. Dakota State at S. Dakota State at S. Dakota State at S. Dakota State at S. Dakota State vs. IIT at Lindenwood vs. Missouri State at IUPUI at Eastern Illinois

W, 153-83 W, 176-52 W, 131-103 W, 159-69 L, 115-174 W, 183-110 W, 160-59 W, 142-80 W, 102-3 W, 98-18 W, 102-9 W, 82-38 W, 89-24 L, 41.5-71.5 L, 51-60 W, 94-19 L, 33-80 L, 52-59 W, 122-102 L, 89-154 W, 143-72 W, 149-54 W, 122-119 W, 22-12 W, 22-8 L, 36-76 L, 64-65 L, 27-58 W, 48-45 L, 46-66 W, 121-24 W, 123-24 L, 42-105 W, 131-105 W, 130-113

2009-10 Men (15-8) at Wash U. vs. Evansville vs. Wright State at Show-Me Showdown at Western Illinois at Lindenwood Eastern Illinois at Wash U Invitational IUPUI Lindenwood vs. Ball State at IUPUI vs. Western Illinois Evansville vs. South Dakota

L, 95-142 L, 119-124 L, 69-174 5th of 7 W, 176-75 L, 107-153 L, 107-114 4th of 8 W, 119-66 W, 147-95 L, 50-81 W, 95-36 W, 104-27 W, 126-98 W, 91-33

vs. South Dakota at South Dakota State at South Dakota State at South Dakota State at South Dakota State at IUPUI vs. IIT at Lindenwood vs. Missouri State at Eastern Illinois

W, 71-40 W, 69-51 W, 69-52 W, 93-57 W, 49-44 W, 114-91 W, 162-123 W, 157.5-147.5 L, 100-203 L, 70-135

Women (16-11) at Wash U. vs. Butler vs. Evansville vs. Wright State at Show-Me Showdown UALR Stephens at Western Illinois at Lindenwood Eastern Illinois at Wash U Invitational IUPUI Lindenwood Stephens vs. Ball State at IUPUI vs. Western Illinois Evansville vs. South Dakota vs. South Dakota at South Dakota State at South Dakota State at South Dakota State at South Dakota State at IUPUI vs. IIT at Lindenwood vs. Missouri State at Eastern Illinois

W, 164-70 W, 182-41 L, 78-163 L, 76-165 4th of 7 W, 83-20 W, 96-7 W, 163-83 W, 176-78 L, 94-124 2nd of 9 W, 114-71 W, 154-68 W, 173-30 L, 40.5-99.5 W, 104-36 W, 79-61 L, 74-150 W, 48-44 W, 97-52 L, 60-70 L, 46-64 L, 32-61 L, 66-84 W, 139.5-65.5 W, 210-54 W, 209-82 L, 111-188 L, 85-120


2010-11 Saint Louis University Swimming and Diving Dual-Meet History since 1987-88 School Men Women Ball State 0-3 0-3 Bowling Green NA 0-1 Bradley 7-4-3 8-6 Butler 14-3 19-1 Calgary 1-0 NA Centenary 2-1 3-0 Cincinnati 0-1 0-1 Dartmouth 1-0 1-0 DePauw 0-1 0-1 Eastern Illinois 14-22 17-20 Eureka College 1-0 1-0 Evansville 11-19 13-17 Hannibal-LaGrange 1-0 1-0 Illinois-Chicago 1-7 6-2 Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) 7-0 7-0 Illinois State NA 0-2 Indianapolis 0-2 0-2 IUPUI 17-5 18-3 Lincoln (Mo.) 5-0 5-0 Lindenwood 12-1 13-0 Louisiana-Monroe 0-1 0-1 Louisville 0-15 1-14 Loyola Chicago 1-3 NA Millikin 1-1 1-1 Missouri S&T 0-3 NA Missouri State 0-4 0-4 North Texas NA 1-0 Northeastern Illinois 5-0 5-0 Northern Colorado NA 1-0 Northern Iowa 1-0 1-0 Norwich 1-0 1-0 Notre Dame 0-3 0-3 Oral Roberts 0-1 1-0 Ouachita Baptist 1-0 1-0 Principia 5-0 3-2 Rose-Hulman 3-0 2-0 San Diego NA 0-1 San Diego State NA 0-1 Shippensburg 1-0 1-0 South Dakota 2-0 2-0 South Dakota State 17-0 9-8 Southeastern Illinois 1-0 NA Southern Illinois 0-1 0-1 Stephens College NA 3-0 TCU 0-1 0-1 Truman State 3-2 1-4 Tulane NA 0-1 UALR 1-0 7-0 UMSL 4-4 0-1 Utica 1-0 1-0 Valparaiso 15-1 13-3 Vanderbilt NA 0-1 Washington (Mo.) 4-10 10-4 Western Illinois 16-4 16-4 Western Kentucky 0-1 NA William Woods NA 1-0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1-1 0-2 Wright State 0-1 0-1 Xavier 11-4 4-10-1 Opponents 189-131-3 200-126-1

Anna Larson won the 3-meter diving event at the 2010 Atlantic 10 Conference championships in Buffalo, N.Y.


Saint Louis University “My vision is to establish and maintain Saint Louis University as the finest Catholic university in the United States, wherein the entire University community is actively engaged in student formation. Challenged by outstanding faculty and a modern, value-centered curriculum reflecting the Jesuit tradition, students are fully prepared to contribute to society and to be effective leaders of social change based on the ethical values and principles taught in the Saint Louis University tradition.” — Lawrence Biondi, S.J., SLU President About SLU Saint Louis University is a Catholic, Jesuit university ranked among the top research institutions in the nation. The University fosters the intellectual and character development of more than 13,000 students. Founded in 1818, it is the oldest university west of the Mississippi River and the second-oldest Jesuit university in the United States. Through teaching, research, health care and community service, SLU has provided one-of-a-kind education, leadership and service for nearly two centuries. Learn more about SLU at www.slu.edu. SLU at a Glance Saint Louis University is ranked among the top five Jesuit universities in the country and is considered one of the nation’s best values in higher education. Many of SLU’s undergraduate and graduate programs have earned national recognition. The 2010 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” ranks SLU 88th out of more than 260 national universities. The Princeton Review’s Best 368 Colleges guidebook for 2009 named SLU one of the top schools in the country for undergraduate education. Only about 15 percent of America’s 2,500 fouryear colleges were chosen. In addition, the Carnegie Foundation lists SLU as one of a handful of Catholic universities that is “research extensive.” In fiscal-year 2009, SLU’s research funds totaled $60.8 million. Life at SLU SLU offers involvement opportunities in more than 100 student organizations, including service/ honorary/social fraternities and sororities, media/audiovisual programming groups and specialinterest clubs. Leadership development programs assist students in fulfilling their potential. Among the University’s numerous amenities are a 120,000-square-foot recreation center, an expanded student center, an on-campus hotel and several art galleries. Eight residence halls, three apartment complexes and three townhouses offer diverse living options. Top-Notch Teaching Saint Louis University boasts more than 3,000 outstanding faculty members, with 99 percent of tenured and tenure-track faculty members holding the highest degree in their fields. SLU offers inquiry courses for undergraduates that feature small class sizes and unique learning experiences. In fact, the average class size is 22.8 students, and the student-to-teacher ratio is 13:1. More than 35 Jesuits live, teach and minister at Saint Louis University, which boasts 41 endowed chairs and 21 named professorships. SLU offers more than 90 academic programs in the arts and sciences, philosophy and letters, engineering and aviation, business, the allied health professions and nursing, and social services. Nationally recognized experts teach undergraduate courses in philosophy, biology and chemistry, just to name a few.

SLU FACTS & FIGURES Founded: 1818 Religious Affiliation: Catholic Jesuit Total Enrollment: 13,313 (41% male, 59% female) 8,119 Undergraduate 3,502 Graduate 1,692 Professional Total Faculty: 3,184 99 percent of tenured and tenure-track faculty members hold the highest degree in their fields Total Employees: 6,744 Tuition Remission: 911 SLU employees and their relatives use tuition remission Student-Faculty Ratio: 13:1 Average Class Size: 22.8 Alumni: 113,899 living in 50 states and 136 countries Degrees awarded during 2008-09 academic year: 3,167 Summer 2008: 352 January 2009: 637 May 2009: 2,178 International Students: 818 from 75 foreign countries Top 5 Majors at SLU (Fall 2009): 1. Biology 2. Nursing 3. Business Administration 4. Psychology 5. Physical Therapy The Percentages Students receiving financial aid: 87% 96% of first-time freshmen receive financial aid Freshmen living on campus: 91% Undergraduate students from out of state: 57%


Saint Louis University

slu Firsts 1839 & 1883 1843 1906 1910 1925 1927 1944 1967 1972

First medical school and doctoral degrees awarded west of the Mississippi River First in the west to open a school of law First forward pass in football First business school west of the Mississippi River First department of seismography in the Western Hemisphere First federally licensed school of aviation First university to establish an official policy admitting African-American students First major Catholic institution in the world with an integrated lay and religious board of trustees First human heart transplant in Missouri

Character Development SLU has been recognized as a character-building college by The Templeton Guide: Colleges that Encourage Character Development. Additionally, SLU’s chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, a co-ed service fraternity, is the largest in the nation as well as one of the largest student organizations on campus. In 2010, SLU students, faculty and staff contributed more than 1 million community service hours to organizations, groups and individuals. In addition, during University breaks, campus ministry sponsors students who spend time serving the poor and marginalized within the United States and in Belize, Honduras and El Salvador. Rankings & Honors • The 2010 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” ranks SLU 88th out of more than 260 national universities in the United States. • The Princeton Review’s Best 368 Colleges guidebook for 2009 named SLU one of the top schools in the country for undergraduate education. Only about 15 percent of America’s 2,500 four-year colleges were chosen. • The Carnegie Foundation lists SLU as one of a handful of Catholic universities that is “research extensive.” In fiscal-year 2009, SLU’s research funds totaled $60.8 million. • Consumers Digest ranks SLU 15th on its list of “Top 25 Best Values for Private Schools.” The University was the only school in Missouri on the list and the second-highest Catholic institution listed among schools the magazine says offer the most academic value per dollar.


University President UNIVERSITY LEADERS FATHER LAWRENCE BIONDI University President 1987-present

Lawrence Biondi, S.J., has been a professor, a department chairman and a dean. But today he is best known as the visionary president of Saint Louis University and founder of the modern SLU. As president, Biondi is the chief executive officer of the institution and oversees the University’s mission of education in the Jesuit, Catholic tradition. He leads a university that enrolls more than 13,000 students on three campuses and boasts institutional assets totaling $1.8 billion. Since his inauguration in 1987, Biondi has led Saint Louis University through a remarkable era of transformation and achievement. Under his guidance, the University has completed a number of significant construction projects including the $81 million on-campus Chaifetz Arena, which opened in 2008. In addition to modernizing the campus and helping revitalize the surrounding Midtown neighborhood, Biondi has committed vast University resources to academics, student scholarships and financial aid, faculty research and state-of-the-art technology. During his tenure, he has focused on recruiting the finest faculty and students, increasing the University’s academic standards and achievements, and developing the University as a major research center. Considered one of the most influential citizens in St. Louis, Biondi has earned numerous accolades and honors throughout his more than two decades as SLU’s president. The St. Louis Business Journal honored Biondi as one of only 10 “legends” – individuals “who have gone beyond being influential to become legends in our region and beyond.” He was named St. Louis’ “Citizen of the Year” for 2005. Awarded by a committee of former recipients, the honor is given to a community leader who demonstrates concern for St. Louis’ growth and vitality. The Coro Leadership Center-St. Louis recognized Biondi with the Mayor John H. Poelker Award, which honors community leaders who are committed to excellence in public affairs and who demonstrate a passion for neighborhood and economic development. In recognition of his outstanding service that has contributed to the development of the city of St. Louis, Biondi earned the prestigious St. Louis Award. The St. Louis Ambassadors also recognized Biondi with the Leon R. Strauss Urban Pioneer Award, which is given to an individual in the St. Louis community who has contributed greatly to the development, restoration or improvement of St. Louis. And in 1999, readers of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch named him one of St. Louis’ “Citizens of the Century.” Biondi’s leadership and vision also have earned him international acclaim. The president of Italy conferred upon him the rank and title of Cavaliere, Order of Merit, Republic of Italy. Biondi is recognized as a key leader in higher education, earning a Chief Executive Leadership Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). He also has served on the boards of numerous local and national organizations and currently is a board member of Civic Progress of St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden, Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, Atlantic 10 Conference and Rockhurst University. A Chicago native, Biondi holds six degrees. His master’s degree in linguistics (1966) and his doctorate in sociolinguistics (1975) were conferred by Georgetown University. He has three degrees from Loyola University Chicago and a licentiate in sacred theology from the Jesuit School of Theology at Chicago. Before coming to Saint Louis University, Biondi was dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola Chicago.


Director of Athletics CHRIS MAY Director of Athletics Iowa State, 1985

Saint Louis University director of athletics Chris May has guided Billiken athletics to consistent growth and a high level of success since taking the helm Jan. 30, 2008. The mission of Saint Louis athletics under May’s leadership is to deliver a program of academic and athletic excellence and engage the University community in sharing in the success of Billiken student-athletes. His vision is to fully integrate SLU athletics into the Saint Louis University community through realization of the department’s primary goals of educating student-athletes, attaining competitive success and building community. “Chris May possesses a passion and commitment to take our athletics program to national prominence,” said University President Lawrence Biondi, S.J. “His strong background in strategic planning and fund raising is essential as we continue to move our program forward.” “I am honored to be the director of athletics at an institution that is making the commitment to athletics that SLU is undertaking,” May said. “Father Biondi is committed to enhancing intercollegiate athletics at SLU. It is a privilege to work with him as we strive to raise the profile of SLU athletics, win championships and continue the tradition of graduating our student-athletes. I am committed to a teamwork approach to the department, to make sure we are seen as a part of the University team and as team players within the St. Louis community. “With Chaifetz Arena and its new support facilities, SLU has taken a major step in opening a first-class arena that will allow the University to compete on a national level,” May added. On the education front, SLU continues to be one of the leading institutions in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Billiken student-athletes posted an aggregate 3.124 grade point average in the 2009-10 academic year, a mark that was bolstered by 53 individuals who achieved a 4.0 GPA. Saint Louis produced eight ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honorees chosen by the College Sports Information Directors of America as well as 16 A-10 Academic All-Conference selections. A total of 103 individuals earned a place on the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 semester GPA) in at least one semester, with 57 Billikens appearing on the list both semesters. For a second consecutive year, five SLU teams were recognized by the NCAA for multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores in the top 10 percent of their sports. Fifty-six student-athletes were awarded a degree by the University in 2010. Saint Louis teams continued to achieve considerable success in the realm of competition in 2009-10. The volleyball team earned an NCAA Tournament berth for a second consecutive season and a third time in four years. The Billikens were awarded a preseason national ranking for the first time and remained in the Top 25 all season despite facing one of the nation’s toughest schedules. The Bills’ docket included a win over 10th-ranked California and a match against top-ranked Penn State, which drew a program-record 6,106 fans to Chaifetz Arena. The men’s soccer team claimed its first Atlantic 10 Championship title and made a strong run in the program’s fourth straight and 46th overall NCAA Tournament appearance, winning a first-round game against Missouri State before falling in overtime at Tulsa. Saint Louis tallied 15 victories, the most since 2003. Season highlights also included a rousing celebration of the first 50 years of Billiken soccer that brought more than 200 former players to campus. The men’s basketball team exceeded the expectations of many A-10 observers, finishing fourth after being predicted to place 12th. Saint Louis experienced postseason play for the first time since 2004 and made the most of the opportunity, reaching the finals of the College Basketball Invitational. The Billikens won 23 games, tying for the fourth most victories in program history. In its inaugural season, the popular Billiken Legends program honored several successful SLU teams, reconnecting SLU fans

with the glorious history of Billiken basketball. The baseball team caught fire near the end of the season and captured the program’s second Atlantic 10 Championship crown and NCAA Tournament berth in five years of conference membership. The Billikens collected a school-record 33 wins, including a doubleheader sweep of nationally ranked Kansas. The softball squad also established a school mark by winning 30 games. The men’s cross country team turned in its best-ever A-10 Championship finish, while women’s cross country produced its first A-10 All-Conference performer. Women’s tennis placed three players on the All-Conference list for the first time in program annals. In track and field, SLU qualified both a male and female for NCAA outdoor regional competition for the first time in program history. Equally as impressive as the academic and athletic accomplishments is the department’s strong commitment to community service that coincides with the University’s mission. SLU student-athletes stayed true to the Jesuit tradition in 200910, enthusiastically contributing thousands of service hours to numerous organizations and individuals. The inaugural Billiken 5K was a successful venture last year, drawing more than 300 participants to campus and raising money for the Saint Louis University Cancer Center. Under May’s guidance, Saint Louis established an athletics fund-raising mark in 2009-10 that included record revenue from the Billiken Golf Classic. Additionally, he helped lead SLU’s successful bid to host a 2012 NCAA men’s basketball regional. The department carried out a successful spectator reseating plan for Chaifetz Arena in 2008-09, a year that also saw May spearhead the negotiation of a threeyear agreement with the Bonneville Radio Group to carry Billiken men’s basketball on the 100,000-watt 101.1 WXOS-FM/ESPN Radio, dramatically increasing the Bills’ broadcast reach in the Greater St. Louis area. May’s membership on the A-10’s Finance Committee and Men’s Basketball Tournament Committee is part of a department-wide involvement, as several SLU staff members hold positions on key conference committees. He also was a member of the Athletics Director Committee that participated in the process which culminated in the hiring of A-10 Commissioner Bernadette McGlade. In addition, May is active with the St. Louis Sports Commission and is a member of the Missouri Athletic Club. May came to Saint Louis following more than 22 years of service at the University of Colorado, where he most recently was associate athletics director for external affairs. He was a leader in the “Your Team” campaign for Colorado athletics, which focused on ticket sales, fund raising and image building, and he played a major role in the $46.4 million expansion of CU’s football stadium, Folsom Field. Also among May’s numerous significant contributions were management of the annual ColoradoColorado State “Rocky Mountain Showdown” football game in Denver; negotiations with corporate sponsors that culminated in an $18.1 million guaranteed contract with Learfield Sports; management of sport programs that won NCAA national championships; and participation in the management of 18 bowl appearances by the CU football team. In addition, May was co-chair of the development and implementation of a 10-year strategic plan for CU athletics. Among his Big 12 Conference committee assignments was a stint on the league’s ad hoc marketing committee, which he once chaired. He also held membership on the Metro Denver Sports Commission. May received a bachelor of business administration degree from Iowa State University, where he was a track and field athlete, in 1985 and an MBA from the University of Colorado in 1988. He and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of Lucy, Jack and Sophia.


Athletics Staff ATHLETICS STAFF DIRECTORY Administration Chris May, Director of Athletics_ _____________3167 Doug McIlhagga, Senior Assoc. AD___________3176 Tom Keith, Assoc. AD-Development_ _________7145 Janet Oberle, Assoc. AD-Compliance / SWA______3265 Paul Sanfillipo, Assoc. AD-Business & Finance______ 3262 Jonathan Burch, Asst. AD-Sports Medicine_______3295 Andrew Doeschot, Asst. AD-Tickets_ _________3250 Declan O’Neill, Asst. AD-Marketing & Sales_______3235 Head Coaches Darin Hendrickson, Baseball________________3172 Rick Majerus, Men’s Basketball______________3170 Shimmy Gray-Miller, Women’s Basketball______3174 Jon Bell, Cross Country/Track & Field_________3253 Lauren Bruce, Field Hockey________________3186 Mike McGinty, Men’s Soccer________________3184 Tim Champion, Women’s Soccer____________3271 Christy Connoyer, Softball__________________3284 Jim Halliburton, Swimming & Diving_ _________3252 Jon Zych, Tennis_________________________3981 Anne Kordes, Volleyball____________________3254

HEAD COACHES

darin hendrickson Baseball

rick majerus Men’s Basketball

shimmy gray-miller Women’s Basketball

Jon Bell Men’s & Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field

lauren bruce Field Hockey

mike McGINTY Men’s Soccer

Tim champion Women’s Soccer

CHRISTY CONNOYER Softball

jim halliburton Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving

Academic Services Brandon Morris, Director___________________8377 Heather Freehill, Academic Coordinator_______7063 Administrative Assistants Lisa Miller, Senior Admin. Asst.______________3167 Kim Burke, WBB Admin. Asst._______________5076 Rachel Bechert, Coordinator (MBB)_ _________3170 Robin Krueger, Coordinator_________________3177 Jessica Lutz, Office Asst.___________________3266 Gina Trapani, MBB Admin. Asst._____________3170 Billiken Club Margo Lubus, Dir. of Annual Giving _ _________8180 & Planned Events Business Office Beth Hitchell, Dir. of Athletic Business_________3258 Event Operations Amber Branson, Director of Marketing / _______3188 Event Operations Eric Mueller, Mgr. of Event Operations_ _______3256 Media Relations Chuck Yahng, Sports Info. Director___________2524 Brian Kunderman, Asst. SID_ _______________3346 Mickey Smith, Asst. SID____________________3463 Sports Medicine Miya Sullivan, Athletic Trainer_______________7024 Theresa Hummel, Athletic Trainer____________7265 Angie Wills, Athletic Trainer_________________7018 Strength & Conditioning Scott Charland, Director___________________5181 Erick Schork, MBB & WBB Coach____________7025 All numbers begin with (314) 977jon zych Men’s & Women’s Tennis

Anne Kordes Volleyball


Athletics Staff SUPPORT STAFF

amber branson Director of Marketing / Event Operations

john burch Assistant AD / Director of Sports Medicine

kim burke WBB Administrative Assistant

scott charland Strength & Conditioning

rachel Bechert Coordinator (MBB)

andrew doeschot Ticket Sales & Operations

heather freehill Academic Services

theresa hummel Sports Medicine

tom keith Associate AD / Development

brian kunderman Media Relations

Margo Lubus Annual Giving & Planned Events

jessica lutz Office Assistant

doug mcilhagga Senior Associate AD

lisa miller Senior Administrative Assistant

brandon morris Academic Services

Eric mueller Event Operations

janet oberle Associate AD / Compliance / SWA

declan o’neill Assistant AD / Marketing

dr. michael ross NCAA Faculty Rep

paul sanfilippo Associate AD / Business & Finance

erick schork Strength & Conditioning

mickey smith Media Relations

miya sullivan Sports Medicine

angie wills Sports Medicine

chuck yahng Sports Information Director


Community Service The department of athletics is an enthusiastic and highly visible participant in Saint Louis University’s mission of community service. While we value our opportunity to pursue excellence in athletic competition and academics, we understand that the privilege of being a Billiken also carries an obligation to reach out to those in need in St. Louis and beyond. Billiken student-athletes are committed to the Jesuit tradition of community service and take to heart the importance of enhancing the lives of others. They are generous with their time and take great pride in volunteering for worthy endeavors such as assisting those who are less fortunate, serving as positive role models for children and raising money for important causes.


Academic Honors

Combining academic achievement with athletic success is the primary focus of the Saint Louis University department of athletics and its coaches. Under the guidance of academic coordinator Brandon Morris, the Billiken athletic academic services program provides SLU student-athletes with a broad range of high-quality services that are second to none in intercollegiate athletics. The mission of Saint Louis athletic academic services is to provide a comprehensive program that challenges, supports and nurtures the academic, personal and professional growth of Billiken student-athletes. Through Project BALANCE – Billiken Athletes Learning and Achieving while Negotiating their commitment to Competition and Education – SLU student-athletes are provided with opportunities and services that can make their experience at Saint Louis University truly extraordinary. Billiken athletic academic services offers academic, career and life-skills development counseling, guidance in monitoring the registration and class schedules of student-athletes, supervised and open study tables, access to an Internet-compatible computer lab in Chaifetz Arena and a comprehensive tutorial program. Academic services has a staff of trained tutors – undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. students – who post superior academic records. The goal of tutoring is to provide assistance that encourages students to become independent learners. Students requesting a tutor meet first with their team academic counselor to discuss specific needs, expectations and goals. Through the support of its faculty and administration and the dedication of its student-athletes, SLU is routinely among the Atlantic 10 Conference’s top academic institutions. In 2009-10, Saint Louis student-athletes garnered 16 selections to the A-10 Academic All-Conference teams. A total of 103 individuals earned a place on the A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 semester GPA) in at least one semester, with 57 Billikens appearing on the list in both semesters. Also, 200910 yielded eight ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District honorees. For a second consecutive year, five SLU teams were recognized by the NCAA for multi-year Academic Progress Rate scores in the top 10 percent of their sports. Billiken athletics finished 2009-10 with a 3.124 grade point average.

MEN’S ACADEMIC Honors CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 2006 1988 1987

Christopher Johansen Thomas Menke Thomas Menke

Second Team Second Team Third Team

NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients 2008

Brad Byars

Michael Dahle Brad Byars Christopher Johansen

First Team

A-10 Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients 2008

Brad Byars

Atlantic 10 Student-Athlete of the Year 2008 2006

Brad Byars Christopher Johansen

A-10 Academic All-Conference

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

Sal Cruz Michael Dahle Michael Dahle Stephen Sheridan Brad Byars Brad Byars Christopher Johansen

woMEN’S ACADEMIC Honors

CoSIDA Academic All-District 2010 2008 2006

A-10 Academic All-Conference

CoSIDA Academic All-Americans 2006

Kelly Tessar

Third Team

CoSIDA Academic All-District 2010 2006 2005 2004 2003

Anna Larson Kelly Tessar Kelly Tessar Kelly Tessar Kristi Cottral

Second Team First Team Second Team

Anna Larson Anna Larson Anna Larson Jenny Lutzen Emily Oberjohn Emily Oberjohn Kelly Tessar


Strength and Conditioning The Saint Louis University department of athletics continually seeks to identify and implement the latest and best innovations in strength and conditioning. The philosophy is that all student-athletes can improve their performance potential and decrease the risk of injury by elevating their fitness levels through a comprehensive strength and conditioning program. “The goal of the Saint Louis University strength and conditioning department is to increase the athleticism of each student-athlete while reducing his or her risk of suffering a sport-related injury,” strength and conditioning director Scott Charland said. “With the opening of Chaifetz Arena and our new strength and conditioning center, we are now able to accomplish that goal in one of the best facilities in the country.” The Billiken strength and conditioning program has been greatly enhanced by the addition of a spacious, ultra-modern strength and conditioning center located in the new Chaifetz Arena. The facility measures almost 4,000 square feet and features Power Lift state-of-theart equipment – popular for its unique design and appearance, recruiting appeal and safe, multifunctional training capabilities – along with more than 8,000 pounds of free weights. The setup allows entire teams to train simultaneously as opposed to only individual workouts. Charland and Erick Schork, the men’s and women’s basketball strength and conditioning coach, work intensively with student-athletes in all aspects to maximize athletic development. They coordinate specialized training with the sports medicine staff for student-athletes recovering from injury. The staff is also available to counsel studentathletes in nutritional issues and recovery techniques to maximize performance potential. NSCA ALL-AMERICANS In the past two seasons, the Saint Louis volleyball team has had two players earn National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year plaudits. Whitney Behrens achieved the distinction in 2008, while Bridget Fonke received the honor in 2009.


Sports Medicine MISSION STATEMENT Under the direction of the Saint Louis University department of athletics, the goal of the SLU sports medicine staff is to provide our student-athletes with the highest quality of comprehensive health care services that are associated with their athletic participation at Saint Louis University. The SLU sports medicine staff is determined to provide the highest-quality care by managing all risks affecting the health and safety of every Billiken student-athlete.

Athletic Training Staff Jonathan Burch, ATC,LAT -- Asst. AD / Sports Medicine Theresa Hummel, MS, ATC,LAT -- Athletic Trainer Miya Sullivan, MS, ATC,LAT -- Athletic Trainer Angie Wills, MS, ATC,LAT -- Athletic Trainer Primary Care - Sports Medicine Team Physicians Janiece Stewart, M.D. Tyler Wadsworth, M.D. William Mitchell, M.D. Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellows Mario Parra, M.D. Pretti Shastri, M.D. Physical Therapists Tricia Austin, PT, ATC Sara Bennett, PT Jason Bennett, PT, SCS, ATC Mark Reinking, PT, SCS, ATC Orthopedics - Sports Medicine Scott Kaar, M.D. -- Head Team Physician Adnan Cutuk, M.D. -- Team Physician

The sports medicine team at Saint Louis University is dedicated to four primary elements in managing athletic injuries and illnesses: prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and education. The SLU athletic training staff and the multi-disciplined SLU medical staff strive to reach the highest standards in each of these areas when working with our student-athletes. There are two on-campus athletic training rooms that serve SLU student-athletes. The main sports medicine center is located in Chaifetz Arena, while Robert R. Hermann Stadium is home to a satellite athletic training room. The Chaifetz Arena facility boasts state-of-the-art equipment that is strategically designed to provide the best care and performance, including a SwimEx 700 series rehabilitation pool, a Grimm Scientific CRYOTherm polar-plunge pool and numerous other essential pieces of modality and rehabilitation equipment. Each piece of equipment is designed to give student-athletes the best care and to aid them in returning to competition as quickly and safely as possible. The SLU SportsCare Clinic also serves the student-athletes. It features physician services (including x-ray) as well as physical-therapy services for SLU students and is conveniently located at the Student Health Center in Marchetti Towers. Billiken student-athletes receive physician coverage that is second to none in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Our physicians are tirelessly dedicated to the Billikens, covering athletic events and regularly providing medical care during evenings and weekends. An extensive referral network also is in place. Through the Saint Louis University Medical Center, the AnheuserBusch Eye Institute and SLUCare, Billiken student-athletes receive medical care from some of the nation’s top specialists. Areas of specialty include asthma/allergy, cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, gastroenterology, general surgery, neurology, nutrition, ophthalmology, orthopedics, otolaryngology, plastic surgery, physical therapy, psychology and radiology.

Orthopedic Residents for 2010-11 Cody Bellard, M.D. Jason Cobb, M.D. Adrian Davis, M.D. Brian Dean, M.D. Christopher Mudd, M.D. Christopher O’Boynick, M.D. Maegen Wallace, M.D. Bradley Warlick, M.D. SLU Student Health Center Deborah Scheff, R.N., B.S.N., M.A. - Director Dental John Hatton, D.M.D. Paul Naitivi, D.M.D. Nutrition & Dietetics Jamie Joyner Orthotics Dale Watson, Sports Certified Orthotist (Medcuro)


Saint Louis University Facilities Anheuser-Busch Center Located in Fenton, Mo., near the intersection of Interstates 44 and 270, the Anheuser-Busch Center sits on 32 acres approximately 20 minutes from SLU’s Midtown campus. The Billiken field hockey team plays on Field No. 2, which has a seating capacity of 2,500. The Billiken Sports Center Just steps away from Chaifetz Arena, the Billiken Sports Center originally opened in 1990 and was used for soccer, field hockey and intramurals. During the summer of 1991, a baseball diamond was added. The softball complex is the latest addition to The BSC. The first softball game at the facility was played March 13, 2000. Chaifetz Arena A new era in Saint Louis University athletics began April 10, 2008, with the dedication of Chaifetz Arena, the University’s $81 million, on-campus multipurpose facility located at the intersection of Compton Avenue and Market Street. The facility is named in honor of SLU alumnus Dr. Richard A. Chaifetz, who donated a $12 million naming gift to the Arena project. Home to SLU’s men’s and women’s basketball teams, the 10,600-seat Arena includes Chaifetz Pavilion, a three-story administrative building for the athletics department, locker rooms for Billiken athletic teams, a strength and conditioning area and a state-of-the-art sports medicine facility. Chaifetz Pavilion The home of Billiken volleyball seats 800 and also serves as a two-court practice facility for SLU’s men’s and women’s basketball teams.

Chaifetz Arena

Robert R. Hermann Stadium

Dwight Davis Tennis Center

Simon Recreation Center

Anheuser-Busch Center

The BSC - Baseball

The BSC - Softball

Sunset Tennis Center

Forest Park

Chaifetz Pavilion

Dwight Davis Tennis Center Dwight Davis Tennis Center, the outdoor home of Billiken tennis, is located at 5620 Grand Drive in Forest Park. The premier outdoor tennis facility in Missouri, Dwight Davis Tennis Center features 19 lighted tennis courts, including a stadium court that seats 1,700 spectators. Forest Park The Billiken cross country teams hold their home meets at Forest Park, located just minutes from the SLU campus. With 1,293 acres, Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. Robert R. Hermann Stadium The $5.1 million facility is home to the Billiken men’s and women’s soccer teams. Formerly known as The Billiken Sports Center, the facility originally opened in 1990 and was renovated in 1999. Most notably, the facility played host to the 2006 NCAA Men’s Soccer College Cup. Simon Recreation Center Home to the Saint Louis men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams, Simon Recreation Center is one of the finest recreational facilities in the Midwest. The 120,000-square-foot facility includes more than 200 pieces of fitness equipment, a multipurpose gym with elevated jogging track, racquetball courts, group exercise rooms, a juice bar, an indoor pool and a bouldering wall. Membership is available to all SLU students as well as faculty, staff and alumni. Sunset Tennis Center The indoor home of Billiken tennis is Sunset Tennis Center. Located off Gravois Road and Interstate 270, this privately owned center has eight climate-controlled tennis courts that are open year-round.


NCAA Booster Guidelines Saint Louis University deeply appreciates your financial support and volunteer hours, all of which enhance our athletics program. Your support greatly benefits the men and women student-athletes who participate in the University’s 18 intercollegiate programs. However, your assistance is needed in another area. Saint Louis must carefully control and monitor the involvement of persons inside and outside the University in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes as well as their involvement with current student-athletes. According to NCAA Rules and Regulations, an “athletics representative” (aka “booster”) is: A) A Saint Louis University athletics booster club member or season ticket holder. B) A person who assists or has been requested to assist in the recruitment of prospective student-athletes by Saint Louis University’s executive/ athletics administration. C) A person who assists or has been requested to assist with present student-athletes by Saint Louis University’s executive/athletics administration. Once an individual is identified as an “athletics representative,” the person retains that identity indefinitely. The NCAA has rules and regulations governing the behavior of such representatives with regard to prospective/current student-athletes. Any violation(s) of those rules and regulations by an “athletics representative” could result in sanctions for the Saint Louis University department of intercollegiate athletics and/or its student athlete(s). In an effort to ensure that the institution you support is in compliance with NCAA regulations, included here are some helpful “DO NOTS.” Contacts with Currently Enrolled Student-Athletes DO NOT provide a student-athlete, his/her relatives or friends any benefit or special arrangement (e.g., use of an automobile, employment arrangement for relatives, cash, gifts of clothing). The NCAA considers these “extra benefits,” and they are specifically prohibited. DO NOT provide payment of expenses (e.g., room, board, transportation) for friends or relatives to visit the student-athletes where they are enrolled. DO NOT expend funds to entertain student-athletes, their friends or relatives, except for infrequent occasional home meals provided to enrolled student- athletes as specified by the NCAA. DO NOT use the name or picture of an enrolled student-athlete to directly advertise, recommend or promote sales or the use of a commercial product or service of any kind. Even the SALE of a picture of an enrolled student-athlete would jeopardize the student’s eligibility. DO NOT provide any payment of expense or loan of any automobile for a student athlete to return home or to any other location for ANY reason. DO NOT provide awards or gifts to student-athletes for their athletic performance. All awards must conform to NCAA regulations and must be approved by the institution.

Contacts with High School and Community College StudentAthletes DO NOT make any contact with a prospect or the prospect’s family on or off campus. If a coach has a prospect at an athletic event, you should not approach the coach until the prospect and his or her family have gone elsewhere. If you are approached by a prospect off-campus regarding the institution’s athletics program, suggest that the prospect contact the institution for information. DO NOT become directly or indirectly involved in making arrangements for a prospect, the prospect’s relatives or friends to receive money or financial aid of any kind. DO NOT transport, pay or arrange for payment of transportation costs for a prospect or the prospect’s relatives or friends to visit campus or elsewhere. DO NOT provide room and/or board, transportation of any kind or any other benefit to a prospect during the summer prior to enrollment. DO NOT provide ANYTHING to or for a prospect, or the prospect’s relatives or friends, without first checking with the institution’s athletics department. DO NOT provide tickets, transportation or entertainment for high school, prep school, AAU or community college COACHES at ANY location. DO NOT contact an enrolled student-athlete at another institution for the purpose of encouraging him/her to transfer and participate in another institution’s athletics program. Employment of Prospective and Enrolled Student-Athletes DO NOT employ or arrange for the employment of a prospect or enrolled student- athlete without checking first with the department of athletics. DO NOT provide transportation for prospects or student-athletes whom you employ unless transportation is provided for all other employees. Ask Before You Act! Please call the compliance office at (314) 977-3265 if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks for your support!


City of St. Louis

Quick Facts • With more than 2.8 million people, St. Louis ranks as the 18th-most populous metropolitan area and labor market in the United States. • The area’s central location — both in population and geography — means it is within 500 miles of one-third of the U.S. population. • St. Louis offers more free major visitor attractions than any other place outside of the nation’s capital. Get Down to Business • A leading research center for plant and medical sciences, St. Louis is also a hub for information technology professionals and advanced manufacturing businesses, such as aerospace and automobile production. • In April 2010, Forbes magazine named St. Louis among its “Best Places for Business and Careers,” ranking St. Louis 22nd out of 200 U.S. cities. The rankings were based on the cost of doing business, projected job growth and educational attainment. • The greater St. Louis area is home to 10 Fortune 500 companies – Express Scripts, Emerson Electric, Monsanto, Ameren, Reinsurance Group of America, Charter Communications, Peabody Energy, SmurfitStone Container Corp., Graybar Electric and Centene. • Eight St. Louis-based companies were ranked among Forbes magazine’s “America’s Largest Private Companies” in 2009 – Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Graybar Electric, Edward Jones, McCarthy Building Cos., Apex Oil Co., World Wide Technology Inc., Schnuck Markets Inc. and UniGroup. • Headquartered in St. Louis, Enterprise Rent-A-Car was named No. 15 in the nation for new college graduates on BusinessWeek’s 2009 “Best Places to Launch a Career” list. • St. Louis ranks highly among cities with the highest number of buildings designed to minimize environmental impact with nine LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) buildings, according to a recent U.S. Green Building Council survey.

A History Lesson Founded in 1764 as a French fur-trading outpost by Pierre Laclede and Auguste Chouteau, St. Louis was the trade and cultural center for the Louisiana Territory and everything north and west. Thus, St. Louis is known as the “Gateway to the West,” symbolized by the Gateway Arch that anchors the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. The first European settlers migrated from New Orleans, followed by a flood of trappers and explorers, two of the most notable being Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, who led the famous expedition toward the Pacific Ocean from 1803 to 1806 at the request of President Thomas Jefferson. In 1904, St. Louis hosted the first Olympiad in the United States and the World’s Fair, which led to the development of Forest Park, one of the largest metropolitan parks in the nation. At the fair, several foods and beverages, including the hot dog, ice cream cone and iced tea, were introduced to the United States. A St. Louis businessman also funded Charles Lindbergh’s trans-Atlantic flight in “The Spirit of St. Louis.” The city is the hometown of world-renowned figures such as Scott Joplin, T.S. Eliot and Tennessee Williams.


City of St. Louis Attractions • The Gateway Arch is both a tribute to Thomas Jefferson and a monument to westward expansion. An elevator ride to the top of the 630-foot structure offers a spectacular view of the St. Louis metropolitan area. • A tour of the Anheuser-Busch Brewery provides an exciting behind-the-scenes look at how the local beer producer creates the products that make it the biggest and best brewery in the world. • The Missouri Botanical Garden, one of the world’s leading botanical research facilities, is a national historic landmark and one of the most beautiful and scientifically significant botanical gardens in the world. • Forest Park covers almost 1,300 acres and is one of the nation’s largest metropolitan parks — more than 500 acres larger than New York’s Central Park. The showcase of the 1904 World’s Fair, the park houses some of St. Louis’ premier attractions, including the Saint Louis Zoo, the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Missouri History Museum, the Saint Louis Science Center, the Jewel Box, the Muny, two golf courses, tennis courts, a six-mile running trail, dozens of ball fields and much more. • Six Flags St. Louis is one of the region’s favorite amusement parks, with a variety of roller coasters, water rides and theaters. • St. Louis Union Station first opened in 1894 and was once the largest and busiest passenger rail terminal in the world. After ceasing operation as an active train terminal in 1978, the elegant building reopened in 1985 as the largest adaptive re-use project in the U.S.

Music and Theater • The Pageant is a venue for bands and more on national tours. • Blocks from SLU’s campus, Powell Symphony Hall is the home of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra. • Sheldon Concert Hall and Ballroom is the place for jazz, folk and classical music. • The Muny is an outdoor amphitheater in Forest Park that plays host to great summer musicals. • The Fox Theatre is a venue within walking distance of SLU’s campus that hosts everything from comedy and concerts to Broadway plays.

Art • Saint Louis Art Museum is one of the top 10 comprehensive art museums in the country and one of the best-attended on a percapita basis. • The world’s largest collection of mosaics, which took three generations and 20 different artists to complete, can be found at the St. Louis Cathedral Basilica, an awe-inspiring Romanesque and Byzantine-style Roman Catholic church. • Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, the place for not-somainstream exhibits, is a leading institution for contemporary art exhibitions in an innovative environment. Sports • Busch Stadium is the home of the 2006 World Series champion St. Louis Cardinals, whose 10 world championships are more than any other National League team. The Stadium was the site of the 2009 Major League Baseball All-Star Game. • The 70,000-seat state-of-the-art Edward Jones Dome is home to the NFL Rams, 2000 Super Bowl Champions. • The 20,000-seat Scottrade Center is home to the NHL Blues. Scottrade is also the site for many concerts as well as ice shows, circuses and touring productions. INTERESTING FACTS • The first lung cancer operation was performed in St. Louis. • The world’s first skyscraper — Louis Sullivan’s Wainwright Building — was built in St. Louis. • The ice cream cone and iced tea were invented at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis. Hot dogs and hamburgers were popularized at the event, and the soft drink Dr. Pepper was also introduced at the fair. • St. Louis was the first American city to host the Olympic Games (1904). • The custom of placing chocolate on hotel pillows began in St. Louis when the actor Cary Grant used chocolate for wooing purposes at the Mayfair Hotel downtown. • The cocktails Planter’s Punch and Tom Collins were invented at the St. Louis hotel called the Planter’s House. • Peanut butter was discovered by a doctor in St. Louis.


Saint Louis Swimming and Diving 2010-11 Viewbook