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TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts
Meet the Blue Hens Head Coach John Hayman Assistant Coach Pablo Marmolejo Diving Coach Kelly-Ayn McKay 2013 Univesity of Delaware Men’s Swimming & Diving 2013 Univesity of Delaware Women’s Swimming & Diving
2012-13 Season in Review 2012-13 Men Meet-by-Meet Results 2012-13 Women Meet-by-Meet Results 2012-13 CAA Standings 2013-13 Men’s All-CAA Honors 2013-13 Women’s All-CAA Honors
ABOUT THIS GUIDE The 2013 University of Delaware swimming and diving media guide was designed, written, and edited by Sports Information Assistant Jessica Calderone using Adobe InDesign CS5.5 on MacIntosh computers. Photos courtesy of Mark Campbell. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY / AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER – The University of Delaware is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or disability in its educational programs, activities, admissions or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Executive Orders 11246 and 11375 and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning Title IX, Section 503 and 504 compliance, Executive Order 11246 and information regarding campus accessibility and Title VI should be referred to the Affirmative Action Director, 305 Hullihen Hall, 302-831-2835, 302-831-4552 (TDD).
On the Cover
Colonial Athletic Association About the CAA CAA Opponents
2013 Season Opponents Schedule
Program History Men’s All-Time Letterwinners Men’s All-Time Career Records Women’s All-Time Letter Winners Womne’s All-Time Career Records
About Delaware President Dr. Patrick Harker Athletics Director Eric Ziady Athletics Facilities What’s a Blue Hen? Notable Blue Hens The University of Delaware
Middle Section Captains (Left to Right) Cole Clark Mary Kay Harris Matt Marquez Kaitlin Wolla
QUICK FACTS General Information
Location.......................................................................... Newark, Delaware 19716 Founded......................................................................................................... 1743 Enrollment...................................................................................................16,000 Nickname.................................................................................. Fightin’ Blue Hens Official Mascot........................................................................................... YoUDee Colors......................................................................................... Royal Blue & Gold Conference ............................................................... Colonial Athletic Association Affiliation........................................................................................ NCAA Division I President................................................................................. Dr. Patrick T. Harker NCAA Faculty Representative..............................................Dr. Lynn Snyder-Mackler Director of Athletics & Recreation Services................................................Eric Ziady Deputy Director of Athletics & Recreation Services....................... Samantha K. Huge Senior Associate AD/Facilities, Operations and Capital Projects............... Joe Shirley Senior Associate AD/Development............................................................. Tim Ford Associate AD.................................................................. Dr. Susan Groff Costa, Ed.D Associate AD/Financial Strategies and Athlete Performance.............. Augie Maurelli Associate AD/Business Operations......................................................Scott Eatough Associate AD/External Relations.......................................Stacey Bunting-Thompson Associate AD/Recreation Services........................................................Jake Olkkola Associate AD/Compliance......................................................................Rick Stumpf Assistant AD/Marketing & Promotions............................................... Kristy Fletcher Assistant AD/Operations.......................................................................Alicia Greco Assistant AD/Ticket Operations...........................................................Trent Bartling Assistant AD/Sports Medicine Physician....................................Dr. Andrew Reisman Assistant AD/Sports Medicine.................................................................John Smith Associate Head Athletic Trainers..............................................................Joan Couch Assistant Athletic Trainers.......Courtney Butterworth (VB), Jon Boone, Kelly Stafford Director of Multimedia........................................................................Jimmy Smith
Coaching Information Head Coach...........................................................John Hayman (West Chester ‘81) ...........................................................................................................26th Season Email Address........................................................................ firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing Address............................................................Carpenter Sports Building 60 North College Avenue, Newark, DE 19711 Assistant Coach................................................Pablo Marmolejo (West Virgina ‘09) Assistant Coach................................................ Kelly-Ayn McKay (Virginia Tech ‘92) Assistant Coach...............................................................................Douglas Cooper
Team Information Home Venue......................................................................... Rawstrom Natatorium 2012 Finish...................................................................................... 4th in CAA (M) ....................................................................................................... 6th in CAA (W) Letterwinners Returning/Lost..................................................................11/10 (M) ............................................................................................................... 15/5 (W) Newcomers.................................................................................................. 14 (M) .....................................................................................................................6 (W) Captains.........................................................................Matt Marquez & Cole Clark ...............................................................................Mary Kay Harri & Kaitlin Wolla
john hayman Head Coach West Chester ‘81 26th Season
One of the longest tenured head coaches in the Colonial Athletic Association, John Hayman closed out his 25th season as head coach of the University of Delaware men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams in 2012-2013. Since arriving at Delaware in 1989-90, Hayman’s team have consistently battled for the conference title, winning four men’s title and two women’s crowns in America East action. His teams have placed in the top three at the conference meet a combined 24 times in 50 competitions. For the fourth straight year, the Blue Hen men finished third at the CAA championships in 2010-11, led by the four-time CAA champion 400-yard freestyle relay team. It was also the fourth straight year Hayman led his men’s squad to 10 or more dual meet wins during the regular season. Both his men’s and women’s teams completed successful seasons in 2007-08 as the Blue Hen men posted an 11-3 dual record and enjoyed their highest finish ever at the CAA meet with a third place finish. The Blue Hens led by record-setting freestyle sprinter Andrew Zinn, captured three CAA titles - the first titles won by the UD men since joining the league in 2001-02. For his efforts, Hayman was named the CAA Men’s Swimming Co-Coach of the Year. The Delaware women went 12-5 in duals and placed sixth at the CAA meet.
events. The sophomore standout also reached the NCAA ‘B’ standard in both events while breaking the school record in each. At the 2010 CAA championship meet, the Blue Hens picked up right where they left off in 2009. During the competition, Delaware took home four conference titles, highlighted by two individual championships from All-CAA speedster Hans Gillan. Overall, the men finished 3rd at the meet, while the women placed seventh. For their efforts in leading UD, Gillan, Grady Carter, and Ross Buckwalter all were honored as 2010 Mid-Major All-Americans. Hayman led the Blue Hen women to consecutive America East team titles in 1996 and 1997 and led the UD men to an unprecedented streak of four conference crowns in 1997, 1998,1999, and 2000. He has coached 26 women’s conference champions, including All-East freestyler Nancy Davis, and Sarah Peffer, who won seven Colonial Athletic Association titles in 2003 and 2004 and was named the 2004 CAA Outstanding Female Swimmer at the league meet. Peffer also was a provisional NCAA qualifier in the 1,650 freestyle in 2004. Maryann Walker captured the 200 backstroke title at the 2007 CAA meet. Hayman has also coached 28 men’s conference champions, including All-East breaststroke specialist Tom Maday. Maday’s eight career America East conference individual titles in 1997-2000 is tied for the most ever by a UD male swimmer. Hayman was named America East Coach of the Year six times, including four straight men’s coach of the year honors in 1997-2000. In 25 years at Delaware, Hayman’s dual meet record is 188-94 on the women’s side and 143-126 on the men’s side for a combined mark of 331-220. Hayman, a certified level four swimming coach by the ASCA, came to Delaware after serving as head coach of the men’s and women’s squads at Gannon (Pa.) University. He led the women’s team to a four-year record of 35-21-1 including 11-win seasons in 1986-87 and 1988-89 while the men posted a three-year mark of 19-15. His overall coaching record is 223-115-1 in 29 seasons on the women’s side and 162140 in 28 seasons on the men’s side for a combined mark of 385-255-1. A 1981 health and physical education graduate of West Chester University, Hayman was a four-year letterwinner for the Rams, serving as captain of the team as a senior and setting seven school records. After graduating from West Chester, Hayman went to Southern Illinois University where served as an assistant coach while earning his master’s degree in physical education and biomechanics in 1983. Hayman, a physical education instructor at Delaware, resides in Bear, Del. with his wife Tamara and their four children.
Under his guidance, the Blue Hens built upon their success and continued to shine at the championship meet during the 2008-09 campaign. The men captured three CAA titles during the competition, highlighted by record-setting performances by Hans Gillan and the 400-freestyle relay team. Gillan set a new standard in the 100-butterfly, while the relay team smashed the previous conference record with a time of 2:57.73. Not to be outdone, the women also finished strong, earning eight top-five finishes. Cortney Barry led the way, placing second in both the 500- and 1,650-freestyle
JOHN HAYMAN COACHING FILE Year 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93
Women’s Dual (Conference Finish) 5-6 (3rd) 6-7 (2nd) 8-4 (2nd) 5-6 (3rd)
Men’s Dual (Conference Finish) 2-9 (3rd) 8-5 (2nd) 5-7 (2nd) 5-5 (4th)
1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01
8-3 (3rd) 10-2 (1st) 9-1 (1st) 6-4 (5th) 8-5 (4th) 6-1 (4th) 5-6 (2nd)
6-5 (2nd) 8-4 (3rd) 3-7 (1st) 6-4 (1st) 6-7 (1st) 6-1 (1st) 3-8 (3rd)
2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Totals (23 years)
7-4 (4th) 8-1 (5th) 6-4 (9th) 11-2 (5th) 13-2 (5th) 12-5 (6th) 9-3 (6th) 10-5 (7th) 8-6 (7th) 6-4 (8th) 8-3 (6th) 196-97 (.668)
2-8 (9th) 2-7 (10th) 1-9 (10th) 4-8 (8th) 7-6 (8th) 11-3 (3rd) 11-2 (3rd) 12-3 (3rd) 12-3 (3rd) 5-4 (9th) 6-3 (4th) 149-129 (.536)
marmolejo Assistant Coach West Virginia ‘09 2nd Season Pablo Marmolejo, a former collegiate standout and a current member of the Mexican National Team, was promoted to the role of full-time assistant coach for the University of Delaware men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs on Aug. 23, 2013. Marmolejo (pronounced “mar-ma-lay-ho”), who served at Delaware in 2012-13 in a part-time role, replaces Rory Coleman, who was named the head coach for the women’s swimming squad at St. Francis (Pa.) University in August, 2013 after eight years on the UD staff. “I am extremely excited to have Pablo come on board as my full-time assistant,” said UD head coach John Hayman in making the announcement. “His knowledge, professionalism, and passion for the sport will be a tremendous asset to our program. His recruiting strategies are well-organized and creative, which should attract quality prospective student-athletes to Delaware.” A resident of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. and a former standout at West Virginia University, Marmolejo joined UD in August, 2012 and worked with all aspects of the program while working most closely with the team’s sprinters. He earned his degree in sport management with a minor in business and communications in May, 2009 and his master’s degree in public administration in 2011, both from West Virginia University. An outstanding student, he earned Dean’s List honors and Big East Academic All-Star honors all four years and was named a CSCAA Scholar All-American in 2009. He has been a member of the Mexican National Swimming Team since 2002 and has won 26 national titles and set 15 national records while representing his country at the Central American Games, World University Games, FINA World Championships, and at the Mexican Olympic Trials. He captured the 50 butterfly on the long course and placed third in the 100 butterfly at the Mexican Nationals in May, 2013.
Virginia, in 2009-11 and with the Planet Swim School in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. Most recently, he swam under and worked with coach Sergio Lopez at the Bolles School in Jacksonville, Fla. Lopez was his college coach for three years at West Virginia. Marmolejo served an internship at the Northwestern University Kellogg of School of Management in the summer of 2010.
kelly-ayn mckay Diving Coach Virgina Tech ‘92 2nd Season Kelly-Ayn McKay, a former standout diver at Virginia Tech, was named the new University of Delaware men’s and women’s head diving coach on July 13, 2012. McKay, who resides in Wilmington, Del., replaced Peter Metrinko, a former UD diver who served in the part-time role for nine seasons before leaving to devote more time to his position as an elementary school teacher in New Castle County. “I am excited to have Kelly-Ayn (pronounced “Ann”) join our staff,” said Delaware men’s and women’s swimming & diving head coach John Hayman. “Kelly’s expertise and knowledge of the sport of diving will certainly enhance our overall swimming and diving program at the University of Delaware.” A native of Middlesex, N.J., McKay earned her degree in Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management from Virginia Tech in 1992. While at Virginia Tech, she was a four-year standout, serving as diving captain three years and competing at the NCAA Tournament in 1990. She still holds a school record for 11 dives on the threemeter board with a score of 431.70. McKay returns to coaching for the first time since the late 1980’s when she coached age group teams (ages 7-17) in Ohio, Indiana, and Florida and assisted at diving camps with successful coaches such as Stan Randall, Hobie Billingsley, and Pat Greenwell.
He placed fourth in the 400 medley relay and 11th in the 100 butterfly at the 2011 Pan American Games and won a silver and bronze medal at the 2010 Central American Games in Puerto Rico. He has held the Mexican National record holder in the 100 butterfly (long course) and 100 butterfly and 200 individual medley (short course).
“I think we’ve got the largest group of incoming freshmen divers in history joining our men’s & women’s program this fall,” said McKay. “I am truly looking forward to a great season working with some outstanding student-athletes and helping to build depth, camaraderie, and team spirit.”
Marmolejo enjoyed an outstanding collegiate career at West Virginia University in 2004-09 where he was a two-year team captain and earned NCAA honorable mention All-American honors in both 2006 and 2007. He was a three-time Big East champion in the 200 butterfly in 2005, 2006, and 2007 and set school and conference records in the 200 butterfly, 200 individual medley, and 800 freestyle relay. He earned the Alumni Scholarship Award as the standout swimmer of the senior class and was a 10-time Mountaineer Athlete of the Week.
McKay worked in catering sales and operations in the Washington, DC and Philadelphia areas before operating Riverfront Audio Visual from 2003-08. She was Director of Sales and Marketing for Culinary Concepts in Philadelphia from 2009-11.
He began his coaching career with the youth Casablanca Swim Club in Mexico City in 2001-03 and has served as a graduate assistant coach at his alma mater, West
Since 2002, she has served as owner and operator of Wilmington-based i720media, a boutique marketing, design and consulting firm known for creating focused online experiences and providing special events support services.
2013-14 DELAWARE MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
2013-14 DELAWARE MEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
Albert, Everett Free/IM Bechtold, Leander IM/Breast Beinhart, Corey Breast Camp, Cory Distance Free/IM/Back Clark, Cole Fly/Back Daniel, Matt Free/Fly Dearstyne, Trevor Sprint Free DeLuce, Peter Free/Breast Elder, Tomás Sprint Free/Fly Green, Brian Diving Gregorzak, Gabe Breast Hall, Colin Diving Hillsley, Alex Back/IM Kolwyck, Justin Free/IM Kuriga, Lucas Free Liu, Sihan Free Lopez, Diego Free/Fly Lowe, Zach Sprint Free/Fly Marquez, Matt Distance Free McCann, Patrick Diving Murphy, Brian Breast/IM Panaccione, Alan Back Rios, Jorge All Sharesky, Garrett Free Tooley, Alex Breast/IM Ware, Tim Back West, Timothy All
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Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Catholic HS Hunt Valley, Md./Dulaney HS Centerville, Ohio/Centerville HS Onley, Md./James Hubert Blake HS Bethehem, Pa./Freedom HS Westfield, N.J./Westfield HS Massapequa, N.Y./Massapequa HS Hershey, Pa./Hershey HS Norman, Okla./Norman North HS Warwick, N.Y./Warwick Valley Baltimore, Md./Pikesville PrincetonJunction,N.J./W.Winsdor PlainsboroSouth Port Matilda, Pa./State College Area HS Mason, Ohio/William Mason HS Menomonee,Falls.Wisc./MarquetteUniversityHS Zhengzhou, China/Blue Valley North (Kan.) Caracas, Venezuela/Colegio EmilFriedman St. John’s. Fla./Creekside HS Ellicott City, Md./Loyola Blakefield HS Annadale, Va./Annadale HS Omey, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel HS Newark, Del./St. Mark’s HS Sliver Spring, Md./Bethesda-Chevy Chase HS Macungie, Pa./Emmaus HS Fort Collins, Colo./Fossil Ridge HS Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks South Glen Allen, Va./Mills E. Godwin HS
Freshman • Free /IM Lancaster, Pa. • Lancaster Catholic
Freshman • Breast Centerville, Ohio • Centerville
At Delaware: First-year member who will add depth to Free and IM events for the Blue Hens.
At Delaware: First-year member who will look to add depth to Blue Hen breaststroke events.
High School: Four-time state qualifier for Lancaster Catholic • five-time district gold medalist and eight-time state medalists • 200 IM State Champion in 2013 • in 2011 set team record in 200 IM and 400 free relay • team captain during junior and senior seasons • holds the 800 free relay record for club team along with 200 IM and 400 free relay • national qualify on four separate occasions • honor roll student.
High School: Competed for Brian Hein and John Nemeth at Centerville High School • earned Greater Western Ohio All-Conference honors as well as All-Ohio honors • high school team finished second in its district from 2009-12 • honors society member • competed for WTRC Sharks club team.
Personal: Everett Harrison Albert • son of Michael and Kelly • born on Sept. 24, 1994 • has one older sister, Ahnastasia • university studies major at Delaware • enjoys hanging out with friends, listening to music and swimming in the ocean• lists the Pittsburgh Steelers as his favorite NFL team.
leander bechtold Freshman • Breast/IM Hunt Valley, Md. • Dulaney At Delaware: First-year member who will add depth to the IM and breaststroke events for Delaware. High School: Competed for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club • earned scholastic All-American honors in the 400 IM and 200 breaststroke • fastest times include, in the 400 IM (4:01.25), 200 breaststroke (2:07.68) and 100 breaststroke (58.95) • named a AP scholar and member of the National Spanish Honor Society • member of math club. Personal: Leander Audric Bechtold • son of Ademar and Silvana Bechtold • born on Nov. 15, 1995 • has one younger sibling, Raphael • engineering major at Delaware • lists the Baltimore Ravens as his favorite NFL team and the Brazilian National Team as his favorite soccer team • enjoys playing soccer, beach volleyball, ultimate frisbee, jet skiing and cooking in his spare time.
Personal: Corey Alexander Beinhart • son of Geoff and Debby Beinhart • born Feb. 12, 1995 • has one older sister, Amy • lists the Indianapolis Colts as his favorite NFL team • enjoys reading and playing video games in his free time.
cory camp Freshman • DF/IM/Back Onley, Md. • James Hubert Blake At Delaware: First-year member who will add depth in three events for the Blue Hens. High School: Four-year letterwinner at James Hubert Blake High School for head coaches Ryan Burnsky and Jared Fribush • set four team records and won two division championships • earned All-County honors in 200 IM • also received All-Met honors and was a two-time regional champion • named Winter Athlete of the Year in 2013 • two-year team captain • National team captain for two seasons • high point scorer at Maryland Stats in 2013 • National Honor Society Member • twotime AP scholar. Personal: Cory Douglas Camp • son of Brian and Joy Camp • born on April 6, 1995 • has one younger brother, Scott • father four-year swim team member at Towson • exercise science major at Delaware • inspires to be a physical therapist • enjoys coaching swimming and working with people • lists the Washington Redskins, Nationals, Capitals and Wizards as his favorite professional sports teams.
cole clark Senior • Fly/Back Bethlehem, Pa. • Freedom At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 100 Butterfly (2nd-48.91), 200 Butterfly (4th-1:51.07), 100 Backstroke (10th-51.19), 200 Medley Relay (2nd-1:29.20; 4th1:31.08; 7th-1:33.35; 9th-1:33.80; 10th-1:33.90), 200 Freestyle Relay (5th-1:22.17; 10th-1:24.18) • team captain. 2012-13 Season: Top five finisher in at the CAA Championships in the 200 Medley and 400 Medley • totaled 10 first place finishes throughout the season (3 100 Butterfly; 5 - 200 Medley Relay; 1 - 200 Freestyle Relay; 1 - 400 Medley Relay) • registered 31 top-five finishes throughout the season • posted a program secondin 200 Medley Relay at CAA Championships (1:29.20) • jumped into Delaware top-10 for the second time in 200 Freestyle Relay with 1:24.18 finish • season and team best performance in 50 free (21.09) • ranked second on team for 100 back performance (53.13) at Bucknell Invitational • 2011-12 Season: Top five finisher at the Colonial Athletic Association Championships in the 200 butterfly and the 400 medley relay • had two first place finishes while placing in the top three five times during dual meet season .
All-American • member of the National Honor Society and a honor roll student • also lettered twice in soccer. Personal: Cole Matthew Clark • son of William and Vickie Clark • has an older brother, Michael, and an older sister, Alyssa • father, William, swam at Rutgers all four years • was a lifeguard and assistant manager at Stones Crossing Swim Club in Easton, Pa. • management information systems major at Delaware • Eagle Scout.
matt daniel Freshman • Free/Fly Westfield, N.J. • Westfield At Delaware: First-year swimmer who will add depth in the fly and free events for the Blue Hens. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Westfield High School for coaches Brian Guidera and Jackie Whitty • captain of high school team during senior season • won three team county championships with Westfield • two-time 1st team All-County • 2012 and 2013 NJ high school swimming state champion • 200 freestyle relay record holder • 5-time YMCA national qualifier • earned top-30 finish in the 200 fly at the 2013 YMCA Nationals • three year member of operation smile • Elizabeth Coalition for Housing the Homeless swim instructor for two years. Personal: Matthew Richard Daniel • son of Robert and Shannon • born on March 18, 1995 • has four younger siblings, Erika, Ryan, Colin and Jenna • mother, Shannon and two cousins, Jerri and Courtney all attended University of Delaware • lists the New York Giants, Brooklyn Nets and the New York Yankees as his favorite professional sports teams • enjoys playing water polo, basketball and watching sports in his free time
2010-11 Season: One of the team’s best butterfly swimmers, putting his name in seven seperate all-time top 10 lists as a freshman • had the team’s best time and 2nd best all-time in 100-yard butterfly at the CAA Championships, finishing third in the finals but swimming a season’s best 48.91 in the prelims • was the third leg (butterfly stroke) of the second place 200-yard medley relay event at the CAA Championships in a program second best time of 1:30.00 • also posted the second fastest time in program history in the 200 fly at the CAA’s, finishing ninth in 1:51.07 • finished 13th at the CAA Championships in the 100-yard backstroke with the 7th fastest all-time mark of 51.19 • posted six first place finishes, five of which came as the third leg od the 200-yard medley relay team, during the season while adding seven second place finishes and seven third place titles • lone individual win came in a season’s best time of 1:58.58 in the 200 back against Widener • helped set the Rawstrom Natatorium Pool Record in the 200-medley relay event twice, most recently against La Salle and Rider in 1:33.42. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Freedom High School • named the team MVP all four years • holds the school record in the 100 butterfly, 100 backstroke, and 200 freestyle relay • two-time PIAA District XI Champion in the 100 butterfly • named as an All-American in the 100 butterfly • two-year captain • academic
trevor dearstyne Freshman • Sprint Free Massapequa, N.Y. • Massapequa At Delaware: First-year member who will add depth to Delaware Freestyle events. High School: Competed for Brandan Mims and Natalie Gallagher at Massapequa High School • named to All-State team in senior season • also earned All Long Island, All Conference and All Division honors in 2013 • two-time county champ in 2013 • County champ, All Division and All Conference during junior campaign • holds seven school records (50 free, 100 free, 200 free, 100 fly, 200 free relay, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay) • team captain during junior and senior seasons • holds club team records in 50 free and 100 free • 2012-13 scholastic All-American • named Metro-Swimming Scholastic All-American • member of the National Honors Society • founded high school’s “modern events club” • honor roll student.
Personal: Trevor Kramer Dearstyne • son of Lou and Martina Dearstyne • born on March 10, 1995 • Martina was member of Villanova swim team • Lou also swam at Villanova and currently holds the school record for 200 free and 100 free • former record holder of 400 free relay • has two siblings, Meghan, 16 and Harrison, 12 • his Uncle Steven attended University of Delaware • enjoys surfing and longboarding in his free time.
peter deluce Sophomore • Free/Breast Hershey, Pa. • Hershey At Delaware: Second-year swimmer who will continue to add depth in the freestyle and breaststroke events for the Blue Hens swimming team. 2012-13 Season: Best 50 free performance (23.11) came at Bucknell Invitational (11/16) • registered season-best 100 free finish (49.56) at Army (1/18) • aslo competed in 500 free • set team-best 100 breast time (59.31) and 200 breast time (2:08.32). High School: Four-year all-conference selection and letterwinner at Hershey High School • 23rd place finish in the 200 breaststroke at the 2012 Pennsylvania State Championships • fourth place in the 100 breaststroke and eighth place in the 200 freestyle at the 2012 district championships • second place in the 200 medley relay, third place in the 100 breaststroke and fifth place in the 200 freestyle at the 2012 conference championships • eighth place in the 100 breaststroke and ninth place in the 200 freestyle at the 2011 district championships • second place in the 200 freestyle relay, sixth place in the 200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke at the 2011 conference championships • 23rd in the 100 breaststroke at the 2010 Pennsylvania State Championships • second place in the 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay, fifth place in the 200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke at the 2010 conference championships • sixth place in the 100 breaststroke and 11th in the 200 individual medley at the 2009 district championships • 2nd place in the 200 freestyle relay and 100 breaststroke in addition to 18th place in the 50 freestyle at the 2009 conference championships • four-year Senior Championships participant and three-year, Super-Sectionals participant • first place in the 200 breaststroke at the MA SC Junior Olympics (HAC record for 13-14 year olds) in 2009 • participated with the Hershey Aquatic Club during prep career. Personal: Peter David DeLuce • son of David and Christine DeLuce • born July 8, 1994 • was a lifeguard over the summer • pursuing a degree in art at Delaware.
tomás elder Freshman •Sprint Free Norman, Okla. • Norman North At Delaware: First-year team member who will look to add depth to Blue Hen freestyle and butterfly events. High School: Four-year letterwinner for Kent Wilson at Norman North High School • member of the Norman North 2013 State Championship squad • set the 200 medley relay record in 2013 • three-time recipient of winter athlete of the week • earned All-State and All-American honors at Norman North • two-time scholastic All-American • 2013 state champion in the 50 & 100 free, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay • 2012 and 2011 state champion in the 200 medley relay • set the state record in the 200 medley relay • holds the school record for 200 free relay, 50 & 100 freestyle and 100 fly • holds the club record for 500 & 100 free and 100 fly • AP scholar with honors. Personal: Tomás Elder • son of Edwardo and Andrea Elder • born on July 21, 1995 • has two siblings, Julian and Martin • father attended Oklahoma University • parents are from Argentina • lists Oklahoma as his favorite college football team and OKC Thunder, Chicago Bulls, Barcelona and Argentina as his favorite professional sports teams.
brian green Freshman •Diving Warwick, N.Y. • Warwick At Delaware: First-year diver who will add depth to the Blue Hen diving squad. High School: Competed for Greg and Voloshin and Graig McElroy at Warwick Valley High School • Wildcat diver of the year in 2012-13 • placed second in the section 9 meet • earned top-20 finish at the NYS meet • finished first at the Harvard Invitational • also played lacrosse • member of Warwick lacrosse team that finished second in section 9 championship • president of the Elite Sports Training club. Personal: Brian David Green • son of John and Christine Green • born on Nov. 19, 1995 • has an older brother Jack • lists the St. Louis Cardinals as his favorite MLB team • enjoys longboarding and painting in his free time • inspires to work for ESPN.
Freshman • Breast Baltimore, Md. • Pikesville
Freshman • IM/Back Port Matilda, Pa. • State College Area
At Delaware: First-year member who will add depth to Breaststroke events for Delaware.
At Delaware: First-year team member who will add depth to the Blue Hen back and IM events.
High School: Competed for Erik Posegay and Chris Collier at Pikesville High School • Swam for the North Baltimore Aquatic Club • 2013 100 Breaststroke Maryland State Champion •2013 Maryland State Runner-up in the 200 Breaststroke.
High School: Competed for Ryan Sprang and Peter Moyer at State College Area High School • earned All-State and All-American honors in the 200 free relay • holds the school record in the 200 IM (1:53.09) • Academic All-American • eagle scout • honor student.
Personal: Gabriel Ellis “Gabe” Gregorzak • son of Paul and Benitta Gregorzak •born on Oct. 7, 1995 • biological sciences major at Delaware • inspires to be a Neurosurgeon.
leander colin bechtold hall Freshman Sophomore •• Breast/IM Diving Princeton, • W. Windsor DulaneySouth HuntN.J. Valley, Md. •Plansboro At Delaware: Second-year diver who will continue to add depth to the Delaware diving unit. 2012-13 Season: Set team second best performance of the season for 1 Meter (244.70) • finished sixth at CAA pod meet in 3 Meter event (239.75) • took home a seventh place finish at the Bucknell Invitational in the 1 Meter (244.70). High School: Placed first in every conference meet for three-straight years with West Windsor Plainsboro High School South • three-time first place finisher at the Mercer County Diving Championships (2010-12) • back-to-back second-place finishes at the New Jersey State Championships (2011-12) • seventh place finish in the 2010 New Jersey State Championships • eighth place in the three-meter event and ninth place in the one-meter at the Spring Region 1 Championships • fourth place in the three-meter and fifth place in the one-meter at the Blue Dolphin Diving Invitational • first place in the three meter and one meter at the Tri-State Championships • 17th place in the one meter and 19th place in the three meter at the Summer Region 1 Championships • first in the one-meter synchronized, eighth in the one meter and three meter, third in the platform and three-meter synchronized at the AAU Nationals Championships. Personal: Colin T. Hall • son of Victor and Cathy • born on Dec. 2, 1993 • international business major at Delaware with a minor in Chinese.
Personal: Alexander “Alex” Veltman Hillsley • son of Ken and Mechteld • born on August 2, 1995 • has three younger siblings, Kirsten, 15, Jordan, 15 and Ryan, 5 •chemical engineering major at Delaware • eagle scout • lists mountain biking as a hobby.
justin kolwyck Sophomore • Free/IM Mason, Ohio • William Mason At Delaware: Second-year swimmer will look to add depth in the freestyle and IM events for the Blue Hens swimming team. 2012-13 Season: Finished eighth in the 1650 Freestyle at the Bucknell Invitational with a time of (16:16.77) • also competed in the 200 butterfly at Bucknell • took home a first place finish in the 500 freestyle (4:35.90) at the Bison Invitational • registered a team best in the 500 free (4:34.47) at the CAA Championships • competed in the 1000 free at Army finishing in 9:55.93 • finished 13th at the CAA Championships in the 1650 freestyle (16:00.86). High School: Broke high school record in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:37.55 at William Mason High School • first-team All Greater Miami Conference in the 200 individual medley, 100 breaststroke and 200 medley relay in addition to Secondteam All Greater Miami Conference in the 200 freestyle relay • ninth in the 400 freestyle relay, 11th in the 200 freestyle relay, 17th in the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle at the Ohio State Championships • third in the 200 freestyle relay, fifth in the 500 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay, and 10th in the 200 individual medley at the district championships • champion of the 2011 Ohio Open Water 4k and fourth in the 1500 freestyle at the 2012 Spring Sectionals • participated with the Mason Manta Rays club team during prep career. Personal: Justin Kolwyk • son of Marty and Marie Kolwyck • born December 6, 1993 • worked as a landscaper over the summer • enjoys playing golf • pursing a degree in mechanical engineering at Delaware.
Sophomore• Free Menomonee Falls, Wis • Marquette Univ. HS
Sophomore • Free Zhengzhou, China • BlueValleyNorth (Kan.)
At Delaware: Second-year swimmer will look to add depth in the freestyle events for the Blue Hens swimming team.
At Delaware: Second-year swimmer will contine to add depth in the freestyle events for the Blue Hens swimming team.
2012-13 Season: Registered a team second-best performance in the 100 free at the Bison Invitation (47.41), eighth overall finish in the event • finished third in the 200 free (1:45.39) • competed in the 50 free at the Bucknell Invitational (22.26).
2012-13 Season: Competed in the 50 free at the CAA Championships (21.67) • registered a team season best in the 100 free (47.13) and 200 free (1:41.39) • finished 15th at the Bucknell Invitational in the 100 free and earned a sixth place finish in the 200 free (1:42.71) • also competed in the 500 free at the Bucknell Invitational.
High School: Two-time Swimmer of the Year and three-year letterwinner at Marquette University High School • chose not swim for MUHS during his senior season • second in the 200 medley relay, third in the 100 freestyle, fourth in the 200 freestyle relay Freshman and 16th in the•200 freestyle at 2011 Wisconsin Breast/IM State Championships • earned Hunt Valley, all-state accolades Md. in the• 200 medley relay, 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle relay • first in the 200 medley relay, 200 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay at the 2011 sectionals • first in the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay, second in the 100 freestyle and third in the 200 freestyle at 2011 conference championships • earned MUHS Swimmer of the Year as a sophomore in 2010 • seventh in 50 freestyle, ninth in the 100 freestyle, 16th in the 400 freestyle relay at the 2010 Wisconsin State Championships • first in the 200 medley relay, 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay at the 2010 sectionals • first in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle at the 2010 conference championships • earned 2009 all-state status in the 200 freestyle and 200 freestyle relay • second in the 200 freestyle relay, fourth in the 200 freestyle and 15th in the 100 butterfly at the 2009 Wisconsin State Championships • first in the 200 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay in addition to second in the 100 butterfly at the 2009 sectionals • first-team, all-conference in the 200 freestyle relay and second-team, all-conference in the 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay at 2009 conference championships • 2012 National YMCA Championship • NSCA Junior Nationals participant (2009-11) • participated with the Schroeder Swim club team during prep career.
Personal: Lucas Kuriga • son of Mary and Brian Kuriga • born on October 20, 1993 • originally from Romania • pursuing a degree in computer engineering at Delaware.
High School: Earned a first-place finish in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle at the eastern Kansas League championships for Blue Valley North High School • Kansas State champion in the 4x50 medley, 4x100 freestyle and 200 freestyle in addition to a second-place finish in the 100 freestyle • participated with the Kansas City Blazers club team during prep career. Personal: Sihan Liu • son of Patrick Liu and Julie Wang • born January 10, 1994 • enjoys long boarding, camping and traveling • pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering with a minor in French at Delaware.
diego lopez Freshman • Sprint Free/Fly Caracas, Venezula • Colegio Emil Friedman At Delaware: First-year swimmer who will add depth the to free and fly events for the Blue Hens. High School: Competed for Oscar Huen and Marianela Huen at Colegio Emil Friedman High School in Venezuela • Central American and Caribbean Medalist • earned State Team honors • member of the Venezuelan National Team • South American Medalist • Venezuelan record holder • named club team swimmer of the year honors • earned the Excelsior Prize for academic success. Personal: Diego Ignacio Lopez • son of Ivan and Bertha Lopez • born on January 12, 1996 • has two younger siblings, Andrea and Manuel • mechanical engineering major at Delaware • lists the Magallanes BBC and the Detroit Tigers as his favorite sports teams • enjoys playing golf in his free time.
Senior • Free/Fly St. John’s, Fla. • Creekside
Senior •Distance Free Elliot City, Md. • Loyola Blakefield
At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 200 Butterfly (5th-1:52.36); 200 Butterfly (3rd-1:50.75; 8th-1:53.86). 2012-13 Season: Garned top-10 finish at the Bucknell Invitational in the 200 fly (1:53.86), a team season second best time • 200 fly performance ranks eighth overall in Delaware program history • also registered a team second best time in the 100 fly (50.36) • competed in the 200 IM at the 2013 CAA Championships. 2011-12 Season: Awarded the UD Team Sportsmanship Award · earned 11th overall in the CAA Championship in the200 Butterfly with the 5th best time in that event in UD history · four 1st place finishes throughout the season.
At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 200-freestyle (5th-1:40.22), 500-freestyle (3rd-4:32.80), 800-freestyle relay (2nd-6:41.76), 200 Butterfly (1st-1:49.66; 8th- 1:54.68), 50 Backstroke (5th-25.13), 200 Backstroke (4th-1:48.23) • team captain. 2012-13 Season: Finished seventh at the Bucknell invitational in the 200 free (1:42.89), a team second best in the 2013 season • third leg od the 800 free relay team (6:48.95) and 400 free relay team (3:05.41) that finished second at the Bucknell invitational • placed third in 100 free against Drexel (10:04.53) • competed in the 1650 free at the CAA pod meet finishing seventh (16:55.69) • placed ninth at the 2013 CAA Championships in the 200 backstroke (1:48.23), third best time in Delaware program history • finished in the top-nine in the 200 fly at the CAA Championships (1:50.57), also registered a team season-best finish in the event. 2011-12 Season: Posted three times in the all time top ten and improved upon two of his previous records · swam in the 500 freestyle and the 200 freestyle finals at the CAA Championships, placing 1st in the consolation final of the 200 freestyle (9th overall) and 11th in the 500 freestyle · had the best times of the year for team in the 1650 freestyle and the 500 freestyle · had 21 top 3 finishes on the season overall with 8 1st place finishes. 2010-11 Season: One of the team’s best distance freestyle swimmers, finishing with three all-time top-10 performances • had the team’s top 1,650-yard freestyle
2010-11 Season: One of the teams best butterfly swimmers, finishing on the podium in either the 100 or 200-yard butterfly event nine times • broke into the all-time top 10 in the 200 fly with a third place finish against UMBC and W&M in a time of 1:53.26, good enough for sixth all-time • had a season’s best time of 51.69 in the 100-yard butterfly against UMBC and W&M, finishing second • won the 200 fly event in the opening meet of the season, beating the field in 1:56.97 against Georgetown • followed that up with another win in the 200 fly against George Mason in 1:56.40 • win streak snapped by finishing second in the 200 fly against La Salle and Rider in a time of 1:54.97 • also won the 200-yard butterfly event at Widener with a time of 1:53.85. High School: Two-year letterwinner at Creekside High School after switching over from Bartram Trail where he earned one letter • was a conference champion at Bartram Trail in 2007 • state finalist in 2008 at Creekside • won the conference in 2009 • team and conference record holder • Grand Prix and sectional qualifier • National Honor Society member • Academic Achievement Award • Top 10 in graduating class. Personal: Zachary “Zach” Spencer Lowe • son of Bruce and Linda Lowe • has a younger sister, Lenae • father, Bruce, played basketball at Harding University • electrical engineering major with a minor in computer science at Delaware • plays the guitar • officer for Blue Hens for Christ organization • plans to continue education with a master’s degree in electrical engineering and computer engineering.
time of the year, finishing ninth at the CAA Championships in 16:07.34 • posted the fourth fastest time in program history in the 500-yard freestyle in the prelims of the CAA’s in a time of 4:37.25 • picked up the fifth fastest time in UD program history by placing 12th at the CAA’s in the 200-yard freestyle event in 1:40.82 • helped the 800-yard freestyle relay team to a third place finish and the second fastest all-time time at the CAA’s in 6:41.76 • finished with the second fastest time on the team in the 1,000 free, coming in third against La Salle and Rider in 9:52.72 • ended with two first place finishes (1,000 free against George Mason and 1,650 free at Towson), four seconds, and seven third place showings. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Loyola Blakefield High School • MIAA conference champions in each of his four years • won the National Catholic Swimming Championship as a sophomore, junior and senior • placed second at the Eastern Swimming and Diving Championships in 2010 • named a captain as a senior •
earned First Honors for grade point average. Personal: Matthew “Matt” Thomas Marquez (“mar-kez”) • son of Tom and Deb Marquez • was an intern at GMBC Hospital in Towson, Md. over the summer • both parents graduated from the University of Colorado • finance major at Delaware • avid NFL Denver Broncos fan.
patrick mccann Sophomore • Diving Annandale, Va. • Annandale At Delaware: Second-year diver who will continue to add depth to the Blue Hen diving unit. 2012-13 Season: Placed fourth at Towson meet in the 1 Meter (241.35) • finished fourth in the 2013 CAA Championships in the 3 Meter (270.75) • performance at CAA Championship marked a team second-best finish last season. High School: Letterwinner in swimming at Annadale High School • participated with the Alexandria Dive Club • sixth place in the one-meter event at the Virginia State Championships • Patriot District runner-up and fifth in the region • three-year letterwinner in baseball as an infielder • captain of Annandale High School’s ultimate Frisbee team. Personal: Pat McCann • son of Mike and Laurie McCann • dive coach over the summer • double major in history and education at Delaware.
brian murphy Freshman • Breast/IM Omey, Md. • Our Lady of Good Counsel At Delware: First-year member who will add depth in Delaware breast and IM events. High School: Competed for Billy Howard at Our Lady of Good Counsel • team captain during senior year • member of Rockville Montgomery swim club • National Honor Society Student. Personal: Brian Rogers Murphy • son of Frank and Marlene Murphy • born on May 18, 1994 • has two younger brothers, James, 16 and Sean, 14 • electrical engineering major at Delaware with a computer science minor • lists the Washington Nationals and Washington Redskins as his favorite pro sports teams • enjoys video games and the outdoors in his free time.
panaccione Junior• IM/Back Newark, Del. • St. Mark’s At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 200 Backstroke (9th-1:52.87), 400 IM (9th-4:09.89). 2012-13 Season: Competed in the 50 Back at Army registering a time of 25.78 • finished with a time of 53.28 at the Bucknell Invitational in the 100 back event • competed in the 200 back at the 2013 CAA Championships (1:52.87). 2011-12 Season: held the team’s second best time of the season for the 400 individual medley at the CAA Championships High School: Four-year member of the Saint Marks High School varsity swim team • received first team All- State and second team All-State honors during his career • USA Scholastic All- American • captain of the swim team his senior year • member of the National Honor Society • Honor Roll student • also competed
three years for the golf team. Personal: Alan T. Panaccione (“pana-shone”) • son of Alan and Gayle (Johnson) Pannaccione • both parents competed for the swim team while students at University of Delaware • has two siblings, Bryan and Connor Panaccione • mechanical engineering major • attends Delaware because of the campus and atmosphere.
jorge rios Freshman • All Sliver Spring, Md. • Bethesda-Chevy Chase At Delaware: First-year member who will look to add depth in all events for Delaware High School: Competed for Jason Blaken at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School • earned All-State, All-Region, All-Country and All-Metro during 2009-13 • holds the school record for 200 IM • competed for RMSC club team. Personal: Jorge Giovanni Rios • son of Jorge and Celeste Rios • born on April 2, 1995 • has one younger sibling, Kassanela • exercise science major at Delaware • lists the Washington Redskins as his favorite NFL team.
garrett sharesky Sophomore • Free Macungie, Pa. • Emmaus At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 1000 Free (10th-9:47.66), 1650 Free (8th - 16:13.90), 400 IM (4th-4:04.06) 2012-13 Season: Earned top-10 finish in the 1650 free at the Bucknell Invitational (48.99) • competed in the 500 free at the 2013 CAA Championships (4:34.71) • finished third in the La Salle/Rider meet in the 1000 free (9:47.66) • finished 16th in the 1650 free at the 2013 CAA Championships (16:13.90) • also competed in the 400 IM at CAAs (4:04.06), registered a third best time in Delaware program history. High School: Earned letters in swimming for Emmaus High School • sixth place in the 400 freestyle relay, seventh place in the 500 freestyle and eighth place in the 200 freestyle at the Pennsylvania State Championships • first place in the 500 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay in addition to a second-place finish in the 200 freestyle relay at the district championships • L.V.I.A.C. all-star tteam selection in the 500 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relay • participated with the Eammaus Aquatic Club team during prep career. Personal: Garrett Sharesky • son of Barry and Debbie Sharesky • born July 5, 1994.
alex tooley Sophomore • Breast/IM Fort Collins, Colo. • Fossil Ridge At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 1000 Free (8th-9:45.31), 200 IM (1st1:50.77), 400 IM (2nd-3:58.98) 2012-13 Season: Competed in the 200 Breast event at the 2013 CAA Championships (2:09.48) • placed in the top-10 in the 200 IM (1:52.12) and 400 IM (3:58.98) at CAAs • his 400 IM time was the best by any Blue Hen in the 2013 season • earned at fifth place finish in the 200 IM (1:53.60) and a third place finish in the 400 IM (4:02.33) at the Bucknell Invitational • set a team best time in the 1000 free (9:45.31) against Georgetown • High School: Four-time letterwinner at Fossil Ridge High School • second in the 200 individual medley, fourth in the 100 breaststroke, fifth in the 200 medley relay and 10th in the 400 freestyle relay at the 2012 Colorado 5A State Championships • second-team all-conference selection in the 5A Front Range League, third-team in the 200 individual medley and second-team honors in the 100 breaststroke • fourth in the 400 freestyle relay, fifth in the 100 breaststroke and 200 individual medley along with an eighth-place finish in the 200 medley relay at the 2011 Colorado 5A State Championships • 2011 5A Front Range League second-team all-conference selection, third-team nod in the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke • second in the 400 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay in addition to fourth place in the 200 individual medley and eighth-place finish in the 100 breaststroke at the 2010 Colorado 4A State Championships • 2010 first-team all-conference-4A Northern League selection • second place in the 200 medley relay, third place in the 400 freestyle relay and 200 individual medley and fifth place in the 100 breaststroke at the 2009 Colorado 4A State Championships • 2009 first-team all-conference-4A Northern League selection • participated with Loveland Swim Club team during prep career • 18th in the 400 individual medley and 25th in the 200 individual medley at the 2012 Southern Sectionals (SCY) • 29th in the 200 breaststroke at the 2011 SC Jr. Nationals • 13th in the 200 individual medley, 17th in the 400 individual medley and 29th in the 200 breaststroke at the 2011 Western Sectionals (LCM). Personal: Alexander Laine Tooley • son of Greg and Megan Tooley • born April 2, 1994 • pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering at Delaware.
tim ware Junior • Back/Free Doylestown, Pa. • Central Bucks South At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Backstroke (1st-23.07; 2nd-23.84), 100 Backstroke (2nd-48.59; 4th-49.98), 200 Backstroke (2nd-1:47.32; 5th, 1:49.26), 200 Medley Relay (3rd, 1:31.08), 400 IM (2nd-3:58.98). 2012-13 Season: Finished in a team best 23.84 in the 50 back at the Bucknell Invitational • earned a ninth place finish in the 100 back (48.59) and fifth in the 200 back (1:47.32) at the 2013 CAA Championships • times registered in the 50 back, 100 back and 200 back all place him second all-time in Delaware program history.
2011-12 Season: Earned four Top Ten times in the Delaware record books while gaining the all time mark in the 50 backstroke with a time of 23.07 · in his first CAA Championship appearance, placed 6th and 8th in the 100 backstroke and 200 backstroke respectively · earned two 2nd place finishes on the season in meets against Drexel and Widener. High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner • received All-State, all-district, and Suburban One All-League honors • holds two records at Central Bucks High School South in the 100-yard back and the 100-yard butterfly • junior national qualifier • named Scholastic All-American • member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Timothy Francis “Tim” Ware • son of Rick and Tina Ware • has two siblings, Matt and Jackie Ware • marketing major at Delaware • aspires to work for an agency • worked as a lifeguard over the summer • father played college soccer at West Chester (Pa.) University.
tim west Junior • All Glen Allen, Va. • Mills E. Goodwin At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 200 Butterfly (8th-1:52.99; 7th1:53.29), 200 Individual Medley (5th-1:52.43; 6th-1:54.07), 400 Individual Medley (3rd-3:59.41; 6th-4:05.86).
2012-13 Season: Placed second in the 1000 free against Drexel (9:59.37) • registered a top-10 finish at the Bucknell Invitational in the 200 IM (1:54.00) and the 400 IM (4:09.13) • competed in the 200 fly at the 2013 CAA Championships • finished 15th in the 200 IM (1:52.43) and eighth in the 400 IM (3:59.98) at CAAs. 2011-12 Season: Broke into Delaware’s all time records with three top ten times in the 200 Butterfly, 200 IM, and the 400 IM · posted the team’s best time of the season in the 400 Individual Medley during the CAA Championships · 14th overall in the 200 Butterfly at the CAA Championship · earned a first place finish at the Bucknell Invitational in the 400 Individual Medley “C” Final. Club: Named USA Swimming All-American in 2010 and 2011 • NCSA Swimming Junior Nationals Champion in 2010 and runner-up in 2011 • NOVA of Virginia Aquatics, Inc. Swimming Coach’s Award as a senior • also swam for Glen Allen Gliders during summer, holding 15 team records since 2002. High School: Salutatorian at Godwin High School for Class of 2011 • member of the National Honor Society and the Beta Club • Spanish Club Historian. Personal: Timothy Kyle “Tim” West • son of Glenn and Sharon West • has a brother, Matthew, and two sisters, Abby and Lily • biomedical engineering major at Delaware • would like to attend graduate school or medical school • played the French Horn for seven years with the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra • has travelled to China and Peru • appeared in the pilot episode of TV drama “Commander In Chief.”
2013-14 DELAWARE WOMENâ€™S SWIMMING & DIVING
Mary Kay Harris
2013-14 DELAWARE WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING
Ahrens, Lauren Askin, Laura Baird, JoAnna Caruso, Kimberly Congdon, Kristina Farrell, Hailey Gillespie, Tori Harris, Mary Kay Keefer, Liz Lazear, Brittany Marando, Calli McNamara, Shannon Montoya, Domonique Northshield, Megan Novak, Haley Nunes, Annie Odgen, Katie Pate, Emily Sanders, Alyssa Santangelo, Alyssa Sawyer, Jordan Solt, Shea Stockwell, Caitlin Thomesen, Kaitlyn Tracy, Maggie Whyte, Morgan Wolla, Kaitlin
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Warrington, Pa./Central Bucks South HS Dover, Del./Caesar Rodney HS Timonium, Md./McDonogh HS Dowingtown, Pa./Dowingtown West HS Yardley, Pa./Pennsbury HS Pittsburgh, Pa./Oakland Catholic HS Philadelphia, Pa./Nazareth Academy HS Crofton, Md./South River HS Lafayette Hill, Pa./Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS Newark, Del./Padua Academy HS Middletown, Del./Middletown HS Warwick, N.Y./Warrick Valley HS Mortan, Pa./Ridley HS Dover, Del./Tatnall HS Newark, Del./St. Mark’s HS Wilmington, Del./Charter School of Wilm. Mahwah, N.J./Northern Highlands Regional HS State College, Pa./State College Area HS Dover, Del./Milford HS Harleysville, Pa./Souderton Area HS Newark, Del./Newark HS Palmerton, Pa./Palmerton Area HS San Jose, Calif./Presentation HS Cromwell, Conn./Cromwell HS Rye, N.Y./The Ursuline School HS Chevy Chase, Md./St. John’s College HS Arlington, Va./Yorktown HS
Junior • IM Warrington, Pa. • Central Bucks
Junior • Free Dover, Del. • Caesar Rodney
At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 100 Backs (5th-58.83), 200 IM (5th2:06.87), 50 Back (4th-29.82). 2012-13 Season: First leg of the 200 medley relay team that finished fourth against Army (1:56.13) • registered a top-five finish in 200 free at Army (1:57.45) • placed fifth in the 200 IM at the Bucknell Invitational (2:07.69), register a team best time in the event for the 2013 season • competed in the 200 back at the 2013 CAA Championships.
At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 100 Free (8th-52.42). 2012-13 Season: Competed in the 50 free (24.28) and 100 free (52.42) at the 2013 CAA Championships • first leg of the 400 freestyle relay team that finished second at the Bucknell Invitational (3:29.93) • registered a top-10 finish in the 100 free (52.96) and a second place finish in the 200 free (1:54.06) both at the Bucknell Invitational • competed in the 100 fly at CAAs (57.86) • earned a top-five finish against Towson in the 100 free (53.98). 2011-12 Season: Had her best 100-yard freestyle finish of the season with a time of 54.35 while winning the event at the meet against Widener • won the 200-yard freestyle vs. Widener with a time of 1:55.00 • swam the first leg for the 400-yard freestyle relay team that won at the meet against Widener. High School: Four-year letter winner in swimming at Caesar Rodney High School • three-year first team All-State honors • also four-year first team All-Blue Hen Conference honors • ranked among the top four in the state ever year • member of the National Honor Society.
2011-12 Season: Set the fifth fastest time in school history while winning the 100-yard backstroke at the Maryland Terrapin Invitational with a time of 58.83. Placed third in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:06.87 at the Maryland Terrapin Invitational while setting the fifth fastest time in school history for the event. Won the 200 yard individual medley with a time of 2:11.91 vs. Georgetown. Finished 5th in the 200-yard freestyle at the Maryland Terrapin Invitational. High School: Four-year letter winner for Central Bucks South High School • holds records at C.B. South in 200-yard IM, 100-yard free, and 100-yard back • four-year Academic All-American • was the 2010 District 1 champion • named 2011 Suburban One Swimmer of the Year • four-year all-league and three year All-State honoree• member of the National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society • participated in student council • was on honor roll. Personal: Lauren Mary Ahrens (“air-ins”) • daughter of James Ahren and Donna Ahrens • has two siblings, Jamie and Steve Ahrens • health and physical education major at Delaware • sister, Jamie, graduated from Delaware • was a lifeguard over the summer.
Personal: Laura Victoria Askin • daughter of John Askin and Kathleen MickleAskin • born June 27, 1993 • has an older sister, Leigh, who swam also for Delaware 2004-06 • both parents and sister graduated from the University of Delaware • environmental studies major at Delaware • attends UD because of family legacy.
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Junior •Free/Fly Timonium, Md. • McDonogh
Sophomore • Diving Dowingtown, Pa. • Dowingtown
At Delaware: Third-year member who will add depth and experience to Delaware free and fly events.
At Delaware: Second-year diver who will continue to add depth to the Blue Hen diving unit. 2012-13 Season: Competed in the 3 Meter (175.85) and 1 Meter (214.37) against Towson • competed in the 3 Meter ( 207.90) and 1 Meter (150.20) in dual meet with La Salle and Rider.
2012-13 Season: Competed in the 100 free against Towson (56.43) • finished in the top-15 in the 1650 free (17:42.79) and200 fly (2:12.12) at the Bucknell Invitational • earned a fourth place finish in the 1000 free (10:39.45) against Northeastern and Drexel • finished fifth in the 500 free (5:06.76) at the Bison Invitational. 2011-12 Season: Finished third at the meet against Georgetown in the 500yard freestyle with a time of 5:19.83 • had the team’s fourth best finish of the season in the 1000-yard freestyle when finishing second at the meet against Widener with a time of 10:43.46 • won the UD Team Sportsmanship Award. High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner at McDonogh High School • won the 1AAM Championship from 2008-10, including team championships from 2008-11• Speedo sectional champion while swimming with Eagle Swim Club Team • holds the record in the mile swim for Eagle Swim Club Team • also ran cross country at McDonogh, placing in the top three at the 1AAM championship • named to Honor Roll all four years.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Downington West High School • threeyear district qualifier • earned a fourth-place finish at the Perkioman Valley Championships • participated with the West Chester Diving team during prep career • varsity lacrosse player in addition to earning all-American status in cheerleading. Personal: Kimberly Caruso • daughter of Joseph and Karen Caruso • born on December 21, 1993 • was a diving coach, swim coach and swim instructor over the summer • pursuing a double major in computer science and management at Delaware.
Personal: JoAnna Elizabeth Baird (“bared”) • daughter of Michael and Maria Baird • has one sister, Jackie • exercise science at Delaware • enjoys competing in triathlons • Billy Baird, cousin, is a lacrosse player at Army • member of the Rehoboth Beach Patrol Lifeguard over the summer.
Sophomore • Diving Yardley, Pa. • Pennsbury At Delaware: Second-year diver who will continue to add depth to the Delaware diving unit. 2012-13 Season: Registered a team best performance for the 2013 season against Army (274.65) in the 1 Meter • finished first in the 3 Meter (271.55) in a dual meet with La Salle and Rider • earned a fifth place finish at the 2013 CAA Championships in the 1 Meter (241.70).
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High School: 201112 SOL Champion and earned a 10th-placve finish at the District 1 championships for Pennsbury High School • earned an eighth-place finish in the 2012 USA Diving Spring Region 2 Championships in the 3 meter dive and was 13th in the 1-meter diving competition • collected a ninth-place finish in the 3-meter dive at the 2011 AAU Diving National Championships • was 10th in the platform diving competition at the 2011 USA Diving Summer Junior Zone A Championships • participated with the Blue Dolphin Diving/Jersey Rebels club teams during prep career.
the 1000-yard freestyle with a season’s best time of 10:44.78 against Georgetown • swam a personal season’s best time of 2:30.19 in the 200-yard breaststroke at the Bucknell Invitational • placed third at the meet against George Mason in the 200-yard breaststroke. High School: Four-year letterwinner, two at Fox Chapel Area High School before transferring to Oakland Catholic as a junior • sectional champion at Fox Chapel Area • sectional, WPIAL, and state champions at Oakland Catholic • helped break the Oakland Catholic record in the 4 x 100-yard freestyle relay • member of the National Honor Society • Honor Roll student. Personal: Hailey Cathleen Farrell (“fair-el”) • daughter of Craig and Jennie Farrell • born March 12, 1993 • has two siblings, Eddie and Gracie • psychology and criminal justice major at Delaware • was a lifeguard over the summer.
tori gillespie Senior • Free/Fly Philadelphia, Pa. • Nazareth
Personal: Kristina Congdon • daughter of Dave and Leslie Congdon • born November 25, 1993 • was a hostess over the summer.
hailey farrell Junior • Breast/IM Pittsburgh, Pa. • Oakland Catholic At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 400 IM (4th-4:27.56; 8th-4:32.11), 1650 Free (5th-17:01.25). 2012-13 Season: Earned a top-five performance in the 1650 free (17:22.09) and a top-three finish in the 400 IM (4:27.56) at the Bucknell Invitational • finished second in the 1000 free (10:30.05) in a dual meet against Northeastern and Drexel • earned the best Delaware team finish in the 1650 free at the 2013 CAA Championships (17:01.25) and set a team best time in the event for the 2013 season • also competed in the 200 IM at CAAs (2:07.94).
2011-12 Season: Swam the 6th fastest time in school history with a time of 4:32.11 in the 400-yard individual medley at the CAA Championships finishing 20th • finished thirteenth all time in UD history in the 200-yard individual medley while placing 26th at the CAA Championships with a time of 2:08.80 • placed second in
At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Free (3rd-23.67), 100 Free (4th52.06), 100 Fly (1st-55.47), 200 Medley Relay (1st-1:43.09; 4th-1:46.04; 6th1:46.96; 7th-1:46.98), 200 Free Relay (1st-1:33.56; 3rd-1:34.70), 400 Free Relay (1st-3:26.42; 2nd-3:26.54; 9th- 3:32.92), 400 Medley Relay (1st-3:43.52; 2nd3:45.30; 8th-3:52.48; 9th-3:52.28). 2012-13 Season: Did not compete. 2011-12 Season: UD third all time in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 23.67 at the CAA Championships where she finished 14th • had the fourth best time in school history in the 100-yard freestyle with a team high time of 52.06 at the CAA Championships • swam the third leg for the team that holds the best mark in school history in the 200-yard freestyle relay with a time of 1:33.56 at the CAA championships, where they placed fifth • competed at the U.S. Winter Nationals in the 100-yard butterfly event • swam the third leg for the team that holds the fourth best time in school history in the 200-medley relay with a time of 1:46.04 • was a part of the team that placed second in the record books in the 400-yard freestyle relay with a time of 3:26.54 • was the third leg for the record breaking 400-yard medley team who set a school best time of 3:43.52 and finished third at the CAA championships • had three first place finishes in the 100-yard butterfly event • became a Bucknell Invitational Champion in both the 200-yard medley relay and the 400-yard medley relay. 2010-11 Season: Put her name in the record books in seven different events as a freshman, labeling her as one of the team’s top butterfly swimmers • ended the year with eight first place finishes, along with three seconds and five thirds • was the third leg of the 200-yard medley relay team that won five events, and finished sixth at the CAA Championships in an all-time record breaking time of 1:43.09 • won the consolation final (ninth overall) of the 100-yard butterfly event at the CAA’s with another record breaking performance of 55:47 • helped the 400-yard medley relay team to a school record at the CAA’s, placing sixth in 3:45.30, swimming the third leg • helped the 400-yard freestyle relay team to a school record at the CAA’s, placing seventh in 3:26.42 • also helped the 200-yard freestyle relay team to the second best time in program history at the CAA’s, finishing sixth with a
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time of 1:34.79, swimming the second leg • scored the fifth fasted time in school history in the 100-yard freestyle at the CAA Championships, swimming to a 20th place finish in 52.28. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Nazareth Academy • four-year All-District member • four-year All-Pennsylvania State Member • three-year All-American • district record holder in the 100 butterfly & 100 freestyle • two time District Swimmer of the Meet award • member of the National Honor Society. Personal: Victoria Ann “Tori” Gillespie (“guh-lespi”) • daughter of James and Therese Gillespie • born December 17, 1991 • has two younger brothers, James and Collin • enjoys the beach, basketball and running • was lifeguard in Wildwood, N.J. over the summer • health behavior science major with a minor in public health at Delaware.
mary kay harris Senior • Sprint Free Crofton, Md. • South River
meet against Drexel and Northeastern • placed second in the 100-yard butterfly event at the meet against Widener. 2010-11 Season: Did not compete 2009-10 Season: Lettered as a freshman • swam third leg of the 200 freestyle relay team that place fourth at the CAA’s in 1:34.10, setting a program record • third leg of the 400 freestyle relay team that won the Loyola meet in 3:32.39, setting a program record • finished 17th at the CAA’s in the 50 freestyle in 24:09 • team’s fourth best time in the 100 freestyle at the CAA’s, coming in 27th in 53:04 • team’s third best time of the season in the 100 butterfly at the CAA’s, finishing 32nd in 58.88 • also competed in the 200 freestyle. High School: Earned two letters as a member of the South River High School swim team • served as a sprint freestylist for the Seahawks • captured the state title in the 50-freestyle during the 2009 4A/3A Maryland meet • earned all-county honors twice and served as the swimming captain during her senior season • also earned two letters in field hockey and helped guide the team to a state championship • competed in tennis and track as well. Personal: MaryKathryn Reithal Harris • daughter of Willie and Roberta Harris • has an older sister, Elizabeth, and an older brother, Matt • member of the National Honor Society • worked in enrollment administration • majoring in international relations with a minor in French at Delaware.
At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Free (5th- 23.95), 100 Free (5th52.21), 100 Fly (7th-57.02) 200 Medley Relay (6th-1:47.18), 200 Free Relay (1st1:33.56; 2nd- 1:34.10; 10th-1:37.64), 400 Free Relay (2nd-3:26.54; 6th-3:32.39; 9th-3:32.92), 400 Medley Relay (1st-3:43.52) • team captain.
Sophomore • Diving Lafayette Hill, Pa. • Plymouth-Whitemarsh At Delaware: Second-year diver who will contine to add depth to the Blue Hens diving squad. 2012-13 Season: Placed sixth at the 2012 CAA pod meet in the 1 Meter (237.85) • earned a fourth place finish (226.85) in a dual meet with La Salle and Rider in the 1 Meter • finished fourth in the 1 Meter (212.10) and fifth in the 3 Meter (218.60) against Northeastern and Drexel • competed in the 1 Meter at the 2013 CAA Championships (169.90).
2012-13 Season: Competed in the 2013 CAA Championships in the 50 free (23.99), 100 free (52.54), and 100 fly (58.51) • earned a top-5 in the 50 free (25.06) in a dual meet with Drexel and Northeastern and against Army in the 50 free (25.09) and 100 fly (1:00.91). 2011-12 Season: Swam the fifth fastest time in school history in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 23.95 at the CAA championships where she finished 17th overall • swam the fifth best 100-yard freestyle in school history with a time of 52.21 at the CAA championships where she finished 20th • recorded the school’s seventh best time in the 100-yard butterfly event with a time of 57.02 • was the fourth leg for the record breaking 400-yard medley relay team who set a school best time of 3:43.52 and finished third at the CAA championships • swam the fourth leg for the team that holds the best mark in school history in the 200-yard freestyle relay with a time of 1:33.56 at the CAA championships, where they placed fifth • swam the second leg of the 400-yard freestyle relay for the team that placed second in school history with a time of 3:26.54 • recorded a first place finish in the 50-yard freestyle event against Georgetown • placed second in the 100-yard freestyle at the
High School: Completed an undefeated record during senior season with a 6-dive record of 253.95 for Plymouth Whitemarsh High School • earned Suburban One League American Conference Championship in 2010 & 2012, set new 11 dive school record with a score of 467.50 during 2012 championship • earned a seventh-place finish at 2012 Pennsylvania State Championships with a score of 404.60 • tallied a sixth-place finish at the 2012 District 1 Championships with a score of 404.60 • was eighth in 1-meter diving event at the 2012 USA Diving Spring Region 1 Championships • earned a 10th-place finish at the 2011 District 1 Championships • earned an 11th-place finish at 2010 District 1 Championships • earned a 21st-place finish in the 2009 District 1 Championships • two-year varsity volleyball player in addition to being team captain during the 2011-12 season • participated with West Chester Diving club team during prep career. Personal: Elizabeth “Liz” Keefer • daughter of Bob and Kolleen Keefer • born October 22, 1993 • lifeguard at Ply Mar Swim Club over the summer • communications intrest at Delaware.
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brittany lazear Junior • Free Newark, Del. • Pauda At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Back (4th-28.79).
the Bucknell Invitational • finished in a season best 2:32.01 in the 200 breast at the CAA pod meet • also competed in the 200 IM (2:11.52) at the Bucknell Invitational. 2011-12 Season: Swam the fifth fastest time in school history in the 100-yard breaststroke with a time of 1:04.64 at the CAA Championships where she finished 13th. Recorded the 11th fastest time in the 200-yard breaststroke while finishing 20th at the CAA Championships. Placed third in the 100-yard breaststroke and 200yard breaststroke events at the meet against Drexel. Came in second place in the 100-yard breaststroke at the meet against Widener. Set a personal season’s best time of 25.21 in the 50-yard freestyle event at the Bucknell Invitational where she finished 25th. Finished 28th at the CAA Championships in the 200-yard individual medley with a season’s best time of 2:08.94. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Middletown High School • named Scholastic Academic All-American • made Delaware first team All-State all four years • named Middletown High School Athlete of the Year as a senior • record holder for Middletown High School in 100-yard breast, 100-yard back, 200-yard IM, 100yard free, 500-yard free, 200-yard free • member of the National Honor Society • granted the American Association of University Women award • graduated at the top five percent of the Middletown class of 2011.
2012-13 Season: Earned a second place finish in the 500 free (5:04.61), second in the 100 free (53.42) and first 200 free (1:55.80) all at the Bison Invitational • competed in the 50 back (28.79) against Georgetown setting a personal best, team second best for the
Personal: Calli A. Marando (“muh-ran-dough”) • daughter of Michael and Cindy Marando • born October 23, 1992 • has two siblings, Brooke and Mike • Mike attended Delaware • biological sciences major at Delaware who hopes to become a dentist • was a lifeguard over the summer.
2011-12 Season: Recorded the 10th fastest time in school history in the 100yard backstroke with a time of 59.68 at the CAA Championships where she finished tied for 31st • recorded a third place finish in the 100-yard freestyle at the season opener against Georgetown • finished with a seasons best 24.70 time in the 50yard freestyle at the CAA Championships where she finished 30th • had a personal seasons best time of 59.68 in the 100-yard backstroke at the CAA Championships where she finished 31st. High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner • captain of the swim team senior year • received All-State honors • first team as a senior, second team in 2010, and honorable mention as a sophomore • earned the Principal’s Award and was an Honor Roll student.
Personal: Brittany C. Lazear (“luh-zeer”) • daughter of David and Theresa Lazear • has four brothers, David, Johnny, Chris, and Matthew • exercise science major at Delaware • is a swim coach and lifeguard at Drummond Hill Pool in Newark, Del.
calli marando Junior• Breast/IM Middletown, Del. • Middletown
mcnamara Freshman • Diving Warwick, N.Y. • Warwick Valley
At Delaware: First-year diver who will look to add depth to Delaware diving squad.
At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 100 Breast (5th-1:04.64).
High School: All-American at Warwick Valley High School for coaches John and Antonette Quinn • four-time state qualifier • three-time state top-10 finisher • six-year varsity diver • section champion on four occasions • OCIAA four-time champion • holds school record in the six and 11 dive • holds pool record in the six dive • honor roll student.
2012-13 Season: Registered a season best time of 1:08.36 in the 100 breast at
Personal: Shannon Rose McNamara • son of Brian and Eleanor McNamara •
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born on Feb. 3, 1995 • has two older brothers, Sean and Keegan • lists the Philadelphia Eagles and Boston Celtics as favorite professional sports teams • enjoys playing lacrosse, snowboarding, wakeboarding and running in spare time.
yard freestyle events at the meet against Widener. Won the 200-yard butterfly even at the meet against William & Mary. Set a personal season’s high time of 4:36.91 in the 400-yard individual medley while placing third at the meet against William & Mary. Set her season’s high time of 10:50.72 in the 1000-yard freestyle at the meet against Drexel and Northeastern.
Sophomore • Free Morton, Pa. • Ridley At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Free (5th-23.81), 100 Free (1st51.28), 200 Free (4th-1:52.13). 2012-13 Season: Registered a season best time in the 50 free (23.81) at the 2013 CAA Championships • earned 12th place in the 100 free (51.28) and 200 free (1:52.13) at CAAs setting a team season best time in both events • her 100 free time of 51.28 set a new Delaware program record • competed in the 100 breast (1:06.26) against Towson, a personal and team season best time • champion in the 100 free (52.73) in a dual meet against Drexel and Northeastern. High School: Tallied a first-place finish in the 100 freestyle and second-place finish in the 200 freestyle at the Central League Championships for Ridley High School • earned a first-place finish in the 100 freestyle and second in the 200 freestyle at the Central League Championships Fourth in the 50 freestyle and the 12th in the 100 freestyle at the District 4 Championships • 17th in the 50 freestyle at the PIAA Championships • participated with the Ridley Area YMCA Swim Team during prep career.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at The Tatnall School • four-year first team All-State and all-conference • Scholastic All-American from 2008-10 • two-time state champion in 2009 and 2010 • also ran cross country at Tatnall, winning state championships in 2006 and 2010. Personal: Megan Marie Northshield • daughter of Edward and Michelle Northshield • born August 12, 1992 • has a younger sister, Madison • environmental engineering major at Delaware • was a lifeguard and swim coach over the summer • avid surfer.
Personal: Domonique Montoya • daughter of Chris and Louise Montoya • born February 24, 1994 • business major with a minor in spanish at Delaware.
northshield Senior • Fly/Free Dover, Del. • Tatnall At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 200 Fly (1st-2:03.19; 4th-2:03.65), 1000 Free (9th-10:27.93), 400 IM (10th-4:33.43). 2012-13 Season: Competed in the 500 free (5:04.38) and 200 fly (2:03.19) at the 2013 CAA Championships taking home a seventh place finish in the 200 fly • her time in the 200 fly sets a new Delaware program record • champion of the 1000 free against Army (10:27.93) • finished second in the 200 fly (2:04.53) at he Bucknell Invitational • finished fifth in the 100 fly (1:00.46) in a dual meet with Northeastern and Drexel • also competed in the 400 IM at the Bucknell Invitational (4:33.43). 2011-12 Season: Swam the 200-yard butterfly in the second fastest time in school history with a time of 2:03.65 at the CAA Championships where she finished 15th. Recorded the 11th fastest 500-yard freestyle time in school history at the CAA Championships with a time of 5:05.81. Won both the 200-yard butterfly and 500-
Sophomore • Breast Wilmington, Del. • St. Mark’s At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 200 Breast (10th-2:24.38). 2012-13 Season: Placed third in the 200 breast (2:24.38), sixth in the 100 breast (1:07.53) and was the champion in the 200 IM (2:11.95) at the Bison Invitational • her 200 breast finish at the Bison Invitational was a team season best • registered a personal best time in the 100 fly (1:02.03) at the Bucknell Invitational for the 2013 season. High School: Three-time, first-team All-State selection for Saint Mark’s High School • earned a second-place finish in the 100 breaststroke, 200 individual medley and 400 freestyle medley in addition to a third-place finish in the 200 medley relay at the Delaware State Championships • Summer Junior Nationals qualifier in the 200 breaststroke and 100 breaststroke • participated with the Delaware Swim club team during prep career. Personal: Haley Novak • daughter of Jack and Ginny Novak • born August 31, 1994 • was a lifeguard at the Persimmon Creek Swim Club • university studies major at Delaware.
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2012-13 Season: Competed in the 100 breast (1:06.42) and 200 IM (2:09.94) at the 2013 CAA Championships • garnered a top-10 finish in the 200 breast (2:24.58), 100 breast (1:06.89 and was the second leg of the 200 medley relay team that placed third (1:47.64) at the Bucknell Invitational.
Freshman• Breast/IM Wilmington,Del.•CharterSchoolofWilmington At Delaware: First-year swimmer who will add depth to Delaware breast and IM events. High School: Four-year letterwinner for coaches Chris Dohl and Cindy Millson at local Charter School of Wilmington • earned All-State honors each year • state record holder in the 200 medley relay, 200 free relay and 400 free relay • set the 100 free state record during her freshman year • junior/senior ambassador for the Blue/Gold Club • USA Swimming Scholastic All-American • swam for Delaware Swim Team (club) • holds the club record for 100 and 200 breast, 200 and 400 medley relay and 400 free relay, Personal: Anna Elizabeth “Annie” Nunes • daughter of Ken and Tina Nunes • born on Dec. 8, 1994 • has one older brother, Mike • both parents and brother attended Delaware • nursing major at Delaware • names the Philadelphia Phillies as her favorite professional sports team • lists cooking as a hobby.
kaitlyn ogden Freshman • Back/Free Allendale, N.J. • Northern Highlands
High School: Four-year letterwinner and captain during the 2012 season at State College Area High School • academic all-American honors in 2012 • three-time all-American in the 200 medley (2010-12) • all-American in the 100 breaststroke (2012) • third in the 2012 Pennsylvania State Championships in the 100 breaststroke, seventh in the 200 medley relay and 16th in the 200 individual medley • fifth in the 200 medley relay at the 2011 Pennsylvania State Championships • fourth in the 200 medley relay at the 2010 Pennsylvania State Championships • four-time district champion in the 100 breaststroke • three-time district champion (2010-12) in the 200 individual medley • three-time district champion (2010-12) in the 200 medley relay • 2012 district champion in the 400 freestyle relay • fifth in the 200 breaststroke and sixth in the 100 breaststroke at the 2012 MA SR Championships • participated with the Nittany Lion Aquatic Club during prep career. Personal: Emily Pate • daughter of Gary and Lynne Pate • born December 17, 1993 • has a sister, Britt • lifeguard at Centre Hills Country Club over the summer • civil engineering major at Delaware.
At Delaware: First-year swimmer who will add depth to back and free events for the Blue Hens. High School: Four-year member of the Northern Highlands Regional High School swim team under Tom Viscardi and Gary Bach • won two public school county championships and two state sectional championships • competed for the New York Sharks Aquatics club team. Personal: Kaitlyn Lindsay “Katie” Ogden • daughter of • born on Feb. 12, 1995 • Tim and Robin Ogden • has two older sisters, Caroline and Alyssa • father attended University of Delaware.
emily pate Sophomore • Breast/IM State College, Pa. • State College Area At Delaware: Second-year swimmer who will continue to add depth to the Blue Hen breast and IM events.
Sophomore • Free/Breast Dover, Del. • Milford At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Back (1st-27.49), 100 Back (3rd57:02), 200 Back (9th-2:07.31). 2012-13 Season: Finished fourth in the 100 back (58.28) at the Bucknell Invitational while also competing in the 50 free (24.27), 100 free (53.54), 200 free (1:56.95) and 50 back (27.49) setting personal best times for the 2013 season • 50 back performance at Bucknell (27.49) set a new Delaware program record • placed second in the 200 back (1:00.43) in meet with Army • earned top-five finish in the 200 back (2:11.99) against Towson. High School: Four-time, first-team all-conference selection in addition to 2012 Vince Morris Female Swimmer of the Conference at Milford Senior High School • district record holder in the 100 backstroke • earned a third-place finish in both the 100 backstroke and 50 freestyle at the Delaware State Championships • participated with the Central Delaware YMCA club team during prep career • four-year varsity softball player where she was part of a state championship in 2009 and a
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two-time, second-team all-conference selection in 2011 and 2012.
Personal: Alyssa Sanders • daughter of David and Lisa Sanders • born February 18, 1994 • was a lifeguard over the summer • a cognitive science major at Delaware.
alyssa satangelo Freshman • Back/Sprint Free Harleysville, Pa. • Souderton Area
Senior • Free/Fly Palmerton, Pa. • Palmerton At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 500 Free (7th-5:01.58, 9th-5:02.24), 1000 Free (5th-10:23.49, 6th-10:23.85), 200 Back (5th-2:04.92, 6th-2:06.09), 400 IM (3rd-4:27.01, 3rd-4:28.74), 800-Freestyle Relay (3rd, 7:33.41).
At Delaware: First-year swimmer who will look to add depth to Delaware back and sprint free events. High School: Four-year letterwinner for Caity Warren, Todd Beauer and Zach Swartz at Souderton Area High School • two-time All American • All-Intel first team honoree • placed at stats on seven occasions • holds the pool record for 100 back event • holds team 50 back event record • club team rookie of the year • club team MVP as a senior • also participated in water polo • two-time All-State team member in water polo • member of student council, model U.N. and amnesty international • nation high school scholar. Personal: Alyssa Lynne Santangelo • daughter of Bob Santangelo and AnnaMaria Miler • born on Jan. 3, 1995 • grandfather played football at Lafayette • cousin, Brad swam at Bucknell • names all Philadelphia teams as her favorite pro sports teams • lists watching movies, spending time with friends, traveling and going to the beach as hobbies.
jordan sawyer Freshman • Sprint Free Newark, Del. • Newark
At Delaware: First-year swimmer who will add depth to sprint free events. High School: Competed at local Newark High School for coaches Brian Polaski and Bran Stambaugh • team captain during senior year • earned first team AllConference honors and second team All-State honors • holds the Newark High School 200 free relay record • also played volleyball • competed for the Western YMCA Wahoos club team • honor roll student. Personal: Jordan Estelle Sawyer • daughter of John and Dana Sawyer • born on Sept. 18, 1995 • has two siblings, Alex and AJ • siblings and mother attended Delaware • enjoys horseback riding and sailing • lists the Baltimore Ravens as her favorite NFL team • inspires to become a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee.
2012-13 Season: Earned a second place finish in the 400 IM (4:27.01) and a third place finish in the 500 free (5:01.58) both at the Bucknell Invitational • her 500 free time set a team best time for the 2013 season • finished finish first in the 1000 free (10:23.85) in a dual meet against Drexel and Northeastern • the first place time set a team best for the year • competed in the 1650 free (17:45.24) at the CAA pod meet • set a team season best time in the 200 back (2:06.09) at the Bucknell Invitational • registered a first place finish in the 200 free (1:55.44) against George Mason. 2011-12 Season: Recorded the 8th fastest 500-yard freestyle time of 5:02.24 at the CAA Championship where she finished 21st. Set the third fastest time in UD history in the 400-yard individual medley with a time of 4:28.74. Finished 16th at the CAA Championships in the 400-yard individual medley. Swam the second leg of the 800-yard freestyle relay for the team that set the third best time in school history at the CAA Championships. Swam a season’s best time of 10:30.88 in the 1000-yard freestyle at the meet against Drexel and Northeastern while winning the event. Won the 1000-yard freestyle event at the meet against Georgetown and the meet against George Mason. Won the 500-yard freestyle event at the meet against Georgetown with a time of 5:12.21. Recorded the teams second best 200-yard backstroke time while competing at the CAA Championships where she finished 21st (2:06.06). Swam a seasons best 200-individual medley event time of 2:13.26 while finishing second at the meet against Widener. Won the 200-yard backstroke event at the meet against Widener. 2010-11 Season: One of the team’s top distance swimmers, putting her name in the all-time top 10 of four seperate events • had the second fastest time on the team in the 500 and 1,000-yard freestyle, the 200-yard backstroke and the 400-yard IM • won two events on the season while picking up two second place and two third place finishes • beat the field in the 500-yard freestyle event in 5:05.84 in first collegiate meet against Georgetown • also touched home in first in the 200-yard backstroke against Widener in 2:14.91 • posted the 8th fastest UD time in the 500 free at the CAA Championships, placing 29th in 5:03.81 • finished second against George Mason and James Madison in the 1,000 free, in the team’s second fastest time of the season and the fifth fastest all time (10:23.49) • finished 14th at the
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CAA Championships in the 200-yard backstroke with the fifth fastest time in program history and second fastest on the team (2:04.92) • placed 14th in the 400-yard individual medley event at the CAA’s with a time o 4:31.14, also the fifth fastest in UD program history and second on the season. High School: Two year letterwinner at Parkland High School before moving over to Palermton where she also lettered twice • swimmer of the year in 2009 for Palmerton • district champion in 2008 and 2010 • All-American in the 500 freestyle in 2010 • four-time state qualifier • junior national qualifier • Honor roll student • earned Elementary Education Scholarship.
gymnastic career at Bay Aerials. Personal: Caitlin Stockwell • daughter of David and Peggy Stockwell • born August 2, 1994 • was a marine mammal intern and gymnastics coach over the summer • pursuing a degree in marine bio science with a minor in French at Delaware
Personal: Victoria Shea Solt • daughter of Chip and Shari Solt • born June 20, 1992 • has an older sister, Alexandria • hotel, restaurant and institutional management major at Delaware.
caitlin stockwell Sophomore • Diving San Jose, Calif. • Presentation At Delaware: Second-year diver who will continue to add depth to the Blue Hen diving squad. 2012-13 Season: Earned top-10 finish in the 1-Meter (225.95) at the Bucknell Invitational, a team second best performance in 2013 • was the top performer at Bucknell in the 3-Meter with a 272.95 finish, a team and personal best last season • placed 13th in the 1-Meter (208.95) at the 2013 CAA Championships. High School: 2012 WCAL champion capping a three-year career at Presentation High School • fifth-place finish in the 2012 CCS state championships with a score of 406.2 • 2012 19th place in the three-meter diving event at the Spring Region 10 • first-place team finish in the Spring Region 10 and seventh place team finish at the Spring West Nationals • 2011 10th place at CCS state championships with a score of 399.80 • fifth place in the three-meter event at the Far Western with a score of 315.2 and 11th place in the one-meter event (303.10) • first-place team finish at the Spring & Summer Region 10 along • third-pace team finish at the 2011 Zone E • first-place team finish at 2011 Summer Nationals • fourth place at 2011 Spring West Nationals • 24th place finish at the 2010 CCS state championships • eighth-place finish in the three-meter event and 17th place finish in the one-meter event at 2010 Far Westerns • participated with the Stanford Diving Club during prep career • earned a state championship in the all-around and bars in 2009, capping an 11-year
Freshman • Breast/IM Cromwell, Conn. • Cromwell At Delaware: First-year member who will look to add depth to Blue Hen breast and IM events. High School: Earned the Harvard Book Award and Princeton Book Award Honoree • member of the society of women engineers • FYE essay contest honoree • AP scholar with honors • member of the CT top-16. Personal: Kaitlyn Elizabeth Thomesen • daughter of Doug and Peggy Thomesen• born on Dec. 15, 1994 • has one sister, Emily who swims for Rhode Island • quantitative biology major at Delaware.
maggie tracy Junior • All Rye, N.Y. • Ursuline At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Free (10th-24.10), 400 Free Relay (9th- 3:32.92), 400 Medley Relay (9th-3:52.28). 2012-13 Season: Finished in the top-5 in the 100 free (52.72) at the Bucknell Invitational • competed in the 100 free (52.47) and 200 free (1:55.51) at the 2013 CAA Championships • third-leg of the 200 Free Relay team that placed second (1:35.59) at Bucknell. 2011-12 Season: Swam the seventh fastest 50-yard freestyle time of 24.10 at the CAA Championships where she finished 22nd • a Bucknell Invitational Champion in both the 200 and 400-yard medley relay events. Swam the second leg of the 200-yard freestyle relay event for the team that broke a record and finished fifth at the CAA Championships with a time of 1:33.56 • set the 11th fastest time in school history in the 100-yard freestyle at the CAA Championships (52.72) • was the final leg for the 200-yard medley relay team that set the fourth best time in school history while finishing sixth at the CAA Championships (1:46.04) • was a part of two different teams that set the 9th and 11th best 400-yard freestyle relay times in school history • swam the fourth leg for the team that set the 9th best time in school history in the 400-yard medley relay (3:52.28) • won the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events at the meet against Drexel and Northeastern • recorded second and third place finishes respectively in the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle at the meet against George Mason.
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High School: Four-year letterwinner at The Ursuline School • member of a fourtime Section 1 state championship team • four-year recipient of all-league honors in swimming • three-year recipient of all-section honors • Section 1 champion of 50-yard freestyle in 2009 • received All- American honor in 2009 • named a team captain as a senior • Ursuline School swim team has gone 60-0 since 2006 • earned four letters in lacrosse, and a letter in winter track & field • named a team captain in lacrosse as a senior • made Academic Performance List. Personal: Maggie Tracey • daughter of Terrence and Mary Tracy • has two brothers, T.C. and Jack • Claire Melley, cousin, played water polo at Villanova • Megan Morns, cousin, played softball at Claremont McKenna College • Ed Petrazzolo, uncle, played baseball at the College of the Holy Cross • was a swim coach at Pelham County Club over the summer.
Sophomore• Free Chevy Chase, Md. • St. John’s College HS At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 50 Free (1st-23:06), 100 Free (6th52:11), 100 Back (6th-58.37). 2012-13 Season: Placed third at the 2013 CAA Championships in the 50 free (23.06) and was the only freshman to place in the top-11 in the event • the 23.06 finish in the 50 free was the best time by any Blue Hen in program history • finished second in the 50 free (23.65) at the Bucknell Invitational • first-leg of the 200 free relay team that finished second at Bucknell (1:35.59). High School: Four-year letterwinner at St. John’s College High School • threetime Most Valuable Swimmer and Coaches Award recipient (2010-12) • holds school records in the 50 freestyle, 200 freestyle relay, 400 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay • Best Freshman Award winner in 2009 • named captain during senior season in 2012 • 2010-11 Washiongton Post All-Metro Swimming honorable mention • 2009-10 Washington Post All-Metro Swimming honorable mention • third place in the 2012 National Catholics Swimming Championships • second place in the 50 freestyle at the 2012 Washington Metro Private School Swimming & Diving League • fourth place in the 50 freestyle at the 2011 Washingtong DC Metro Swimming & Diving Championships • first place in the 50 freestyle at the 2011 National Catholics Swimming Championships • first place in the 50 freestyle at the 2011 WMPSSDL Championships • seventh place in the 50 freestyle at the Washington DC Metro Swimming & Diving Championships • first place in the 50 freestyle at the 2010 National Catholics Swimming Championships • second place in the 50 freestyle at the 2010 WMPSSDL Championships • first place in the 50 freestyle at the 2009 WMPSSDL Championships • participated with the Curl Burke club team during prep career • first place in the 50 freestyle, 400 freestyle relay, 400 meley relay, 400 freestyle relay at the 2011 USA Swimming Eastern Zone Meet • two-time letterwinner in field hockey and lacrosse • member of National Honor’s Society • four-time Academic Achievement with Distinction (2009-12). Personal: Morgan Whyte • daughter of Roger and Debbie Whyte • born March 8, 1993 • was a swimming and diving coach over the summer • fashion merchandising major at Delaware.
kaitlin wolla Senior • Free/Fly Arlington, Va. • Yorktown At Delaware: UD All-Time Top-10 Lists: 100 Fly (3rd-56.32, 6th-56.79), 200 Fly (6th-25:04, 5th-2:05.37), 400 Medley Relay (5th-3:51.47) • team captain. 2012-13 Season: Finished third in the 200 fly (2:05.04) and 100 fly (56.23) at the Bucknell Invitational • her performance in the 100 fly set a team best for the season • third-leg of the 200 medley relay team that placed third (1:47.64) at Bucknell • competed in the 50 free (24.92) at the 2013 CAA Championships • 100 fly and 200 fly performances at Bucknell placed her in the Delaware career top-10 in both events. 2011-12 Season: Set the fifth fastest time in school history in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 2:05.37 at the CAA Championships • swam the 100-yard butterfly in 56.79 to record the sixth fastest time in UD history for the event while finishing 17th at the CAA Championships • swam the third leg for the 200-yard medley relay team that placed 13th in the record books with a time of 1:49.02 • recorded two third place finishes in the 100 and 200-yard butterfly events at the season opener against Georgetown • finished third in the 200-yard butterfly event at the meet against LaSalle and Rider. 2010-11 Seasosn: Started collegiate career off with a promising future, putting her name in three different top-10 lists for UD program history • had the second fastest time on the team in the 200-yard butterfly, finishing third out of 48 swimmers at the Frank Elm Invitational at Rutgers with the third fastest time in UD program history (2:05.65) • was third on the team in the 100-yard butterfly, finishing fifth out of 77 swimmers at the Frank Elm Invitational with the sixth fastest time in UD program history (57.32) • helped the 400-yard medley relay team at the CAA Pod meet break a UNCW Pool Record by swimming the third leg and finishing in 3:51.47, the fourth fastest time in UD program history • won first 200 fly event of collegiate career, beating the field against Georgetown in 2:05.87 • beat the field against James Madison and George Mason in the 200 fly in 2:06.57 • also beat the field against La Salle and Rider in the 200 fly with a time of 2:07.14 • helped the 200-yard medley relay team to victory against Georgetown, swimming the third leg, and winning in 1:47.46 • finished with five first place touches, along with with five seconds and three third place showings. High School: Four-year letterwinner at Yorktown High School • holds the team record in the 100 butterfly, 200 medley relay, and the 400 freestyle relay • also holds the district record in the 100 butterfly • team won the Virginia State Championship as a freshman in 2007 • finished in the top eight at the state championships every year in 100 butterfly event • member of the athletic honor roll, northern region athletic honor roll and a Scholastic All-American Personal: Kaitlin A Wolla (“wahl-luh”) • Daughter of Jeff and Karen Wolla • has an older sister, Kristen, who swims at James Madison • was a swim coach for a summer swim club over the summer • elementary education major at Delaware.
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MEN’S MEET-BY-MEET RESULTS Date
OLD DOMINION *
WILLIAM & MARY *
Novemember 29-Dec. 1
USS Short Course Nationals
No Team Scoring
No Team Scoring
February 27-March 2
WOMEN’S MEET-BY-MEET RESULTS Date
OLD DOMINION *
WILLIAM & MARY *
Novemember 29-Dec. 1
USS Short Course Nationals
No Team Scoring
No Team Scoring
February 27-March 2
2012-13 MEN’S CAA STANDINGS
Place 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
Team UNCW William & Mary George Mason Delaware Drexel Towson
Points 674.5 633.5 591 382 355.5 298
2012-13 WOMEN’S CAA STANDINGS Place 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
Team Towson James Madion William & Mary UNCW Northeastern Delaware Drexel George Mason
Points 783.5 735.5 496 359 287 221 212 208
2012-13 MENâ€™S ALL-CAA HONORS Diving Coach of the Year: Katryn Valladares (Drexel) Swimming Coach of the Year: Dave Allen (UNCW) Swimmer of the Year: Sidni Hoxha (Old Dominion) Diver of the Year: David Sanchez (Drexel) Rookie Swimmer of the Year: Will Manion (William & Mary) Rookie Diver of the Yaar: David Sanchez (Drexel) Event 50-Freestyle
Name (School) Sidni Hoxha (Old Dominion)
Name (School) Joe Gallene (UNCW)
Name (School) C.J. Fiala (UNCW)
100-Freestyle 200-Freestyle 500- Freestyle 1650-Freestyle 100-Butterfly 200-Butterfly 100-Breaststroke 200-Breaststroke
Joe Gallene (UNCW) Sidni Hoxha (Old Dominion) Kemp Pettyjohn (William & Mary) Kemp Pettyjohn (William & Mary) Nick Lowe (UNCW) K.J. Shaw (William & Mary) Andrew Strait (William & Mary) Andrew Strait (William & Mary)
Joe Kelly (George Mason) Joe Kelly (George Mason) Bernard Figueiredo (Old Dominion) Bernard Figueiredo (Old Dominion) Stephen Conrad (UNCW) David Kiss (George Mason) C.J. Fiala (UNCW) Ray McGorry (UNCW)
Nick Lowe (UNCW) David Kiss (George Mason) Ryan Roberts (Delaware) Fernado Rubio (George Mason) Valtteri Halonen (UNCW) Reed Matthews (Old Dominion) Ray McGorry (UNCW) Michael Baric (UNCW)
100-Backstroke 200- Backstroke 200-Individual Medley 400-Individual Medley 200-Freestyle Relay 400-Freestyle Relay 800-Freestyle Relay 200-Medley Relay 400-Medley Relay 1-Meter Dive 3-Meter Dive
Will Manion (William & Mary) Valtteri Halonen (UNCW) Michael Baric (UNCW) Valtteri Halonen (UNCW) Ryan Roberts (Delaware) Justin Barden (William & Mary) Andrew Strait (William & Mary) David Kiss (George Mason) Ray McGorry (UNCW) Fernado Rubio (George Mason) Kyle Stockwell (George Mason) Jason Brame (Old Dominion) UNCW (Fiala, Conrad, Lowe, Gallene) Mason (Withwrow, Lauri, Schwartz, Kelly) W & M ( Ward, Strait, Perrot, Glass) UNCW (Gallene, Thran, Lowe, Fiala) ODU (Hoxha, Sa, Hansen, Crockett) Mason (Kiss, Lauri, Witherrow, Kelly) W & M (Pettyjohn, Clarke, Strait, Perrot) Mason (Kiss, Rubio, Stockewell, Kelly) ODU (Sa, Hansen, Watson, Hoxha) UNCW (Halonen, Fiala, Conrad, Gallene) W & M (Glass, Strait, Barden, Ward) Delaware (Roberts, Szarko, Clark, Gallagher) UNCW (Halonen, Fiala, Lowe, Williams) W & M (Manion, Strait, Shaw, Perrot) ODU (Crockett, Haigh, Sa, Hoxha) David Sanchez (Drexel) Nick Guttendork (George Mason) Brian Coonce (Delaware) David Sanchez (Drexel)
Nick Guttendork (George Mason)
Brian Coonce (Delaware)
2012-13 2012-13 WOMENâ€™S MENâ€™S ALL-CAA ALL-CAAHONORS HONORS Diving Coach of the Year: Becky Benson (James Madison) Swimming Coach of the Year: Pat Mead (Towson) Swimmer of the Year: Kaitlin Burke (Towson) Diver of the Year: Kimberly Helfrich (James Madison) Co-Rookie Swimmers of the Year: Jenson Engen (UNCW) & Hannah Snyder (Towson) Rookie Diver of the Yaar: Carly Alexander (James Madison) Event 50-Freestyle 100-Freestyle 200-Freestyle 500- Freestyle 1650-Freestyle 100-Butterfly 200-Butterfly 100-Breaststroke 200-Breaststroke 100-Backstroke 200- Backstroke 200-Individual Medley 400-Individual Medley 200-Freestyle Relay 400-Freestyle Relay 800-Freestyle Relay
Name (School) Carly Turner (UNCW)
Name (School) Megan Howard (William & Mary)
Carly Turner (UNCW) Megan Howard (William & Mary) Kaitlin Burke (Towson) Jen Bentley (William & Mary) Kaitlin Burke (Towson) Cassaundra Sorna (Towson) Kaitlin Burke (Towson) Cassaundra Sorna (Towson) Andrea Criscuolo (James Madison) Victoria Oslund (Towson) Andrea Criscuolo (James Madison) Melanie Rowland (Towson) Carly Tanner (UNCW) Sin Hye Won (James Madison) Kelsey Holmgaard (James Madison) Sin Hye Won (James Madison) Paige Impink (George Mason) Hannah Stephenson (UNCW) Kimberly Rashleigh (Old Dominion) Melissa Davis (George Mason) Kelsey Holmgaard (James Madison) Kimberly Rashleigh (Old Dominion) Kimberly Rashleigh (Old Dominion) Kelsey Holmgaard (James Madison) W & M (Howard, Shaner, Klockner, UNCW (Tanner, Stepheson, Tomko, Sears) Schneider) W & M (Howard, Mizerak, Bentley, JMU (Holmgaard, Gingher, Molano, Shaner) Cirscuolo) Towson (Hodgins, Burke, Holz, Rowland) JMU (Holmgaard, Susko, Johnson, Hooper)
JMU (Burns, Won, Criscuolo, Gingher)
Kimberly Helfrich (James Madison)
W & M (Mizerak, Mizerak, Howard, Shaner) Towson (Skroupa, Van Camp, Rowland, Burke) Alex Savage (James Madison)
JMU (Burns, Won, Criscuolo, Gingher)
Kimberly Helfrich (James Madison)
Lyndsey Dickson (Towson)
Name (School) Morgan Whyte (Delaware) Amanda Barber (Towson) Anna Susko (James Madison) Melanie Rowland (Towson) Caylyn Tate (William & Mary) Melanie Rowland (Towson) Jessica Hubert (Old Dominion) Shannon Dubay (James Madison) Shannon Dubay (James Madison) Andrea Criscuolo (James Madison) Anna Susko (James Madison) Shannon Dubay (James Madison) Julia Sepulveda (Northeastern) JMU (Gingher, Holmgaard, Burns, Criscuolo) Towson (Barber, Rowland, Holz, Burke) W & M (Bentley, Vester, Mizerak, Tate) UNCW (Stephenson, Engen, Sears, Tanner) W & M (Klockner, Winston, Howard, Shaner) Natalee Szopo (Towson) Alex Savage (James Madison)
ABOUT THE CAA With nearly three decades of success athletically and academically, James Madison reached the quarterfinals of the WNIT. CAA teams the Colonial Athletic Association has built a reputation as one of the have gone 20-9 in postseason play over the past two years. nation’s top collegiate conferences. The conference also excels in many other sports. CAA squads have combined to win 10 field hockey national titles since the championThe CAA encompasses many of the nation’s largest metropolitan ar- ship began in 1981. Three men’s soccer teams earned NCAA Tournaeas with a geographic footprint that stretches from Boston to Charles- ment berths last season and each current member of the conference ton, S.C. The conference has produced 16 national team champions has reached the NCAA Tournament since 2006. In softball, Hofstra in five different sports, 33 individual national champions, 13 nation- reached the NCAA Super Regionals in 2012 and the CAA placed two al players of the year, 12 national coaches of the year and 13 Honda teams (Hofstra and James Madison) in the NCAA’s for the first time Award winners. Just as impressive, however, are the honors accu- last season. At least two women’s soccer teams have reached the mulated away from competition, which include five Rhodes Scholars second round of the NCAA Tournament three times in the past six and 23 NCAA post-graduate scholars. In 2012-13, more than 1,900 seasons. William & Mary’s men’s cross country squad has made the of the league’s 4,000 student-athletes received the Commissioner’s NCAA Championship in 12 of the past 14 years and the women’s team Academic Award after posting at least a 3.2 grade point average had two runners (Elaina Balouris and Emily Stites) earn All-America while lettering in a varsity sport. The conference had 23 teams in 15 honors in 2012. Delaware and Towson have each reached the Final different sports receive NCAA Public Recognition Awards based on Four of the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship. The CAA sent three the latest Academic Progress Report released in 2013. teams to the NCAA Baseball Championship in 2013 and has had at least 11 players selected in nine of the last 11 Major League Baseball drafts. The conference also had individuals earn All-America honThe landscape of the conors in women’s lacrosse, ference stretches along track and field and the majority of the East swimming & diving last Coast, and includes sevseason and had players eral of the nation’s top nationally ranked in tenmedia markets – New nis and golf. York (1), Philadelphia (4), Boston (7), Washington, D.C. (9) and BalCAA member institutions timore (25). The number are committed to excelof television homes in lence in the classroom. the CAA market exceeds The Colonial Academic 20 million. Alliance was created in 2002 by the league’s The CAA conducts champresidents with a goal of pionships in 22 sports. expanding their partnerMale athletes compete for championships in baseball, basketball, ship to all aspects of university education and life outside of intercolcross country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, swimming & diving, legiate athletics. Among the programs that have been established tennis and track & field. Female athletes battle for conference titles are an undergraduate research conference, coordination of study in basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soc- abroad programs, visiting faculty programs and a recent partnership cer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and volley- with NBC Learn to provide educational videos to over 8,500 public ball. In 2012-13, 27 teams earned NCAA Tournament berths and 43 schools across the United States. student-athletes received All-America honors in 14 different sports. The conference has made its presence known nationally in men’s basketball with two teams – George Mason (2006) and VCU (2011) – advancing to the NCAA Final Four over the past seven years. CAA teams have combined to win 41 games in postseason play since 2006, including 14 victories in the NCAA Tournament. The CAA has posted at least one NCAA Tournament win in six of the past eight years, including the last four in a row. The conference has seen five or more teams reach postseason play in four of the last five seasons.
CAA schools are also very active in community service projects. The CAA Blood Challenge, which is held each fall, has raised more than 36,000 units of blood over the past 11 years. The first-ever CAA Food Drive Challenge last winter resulted in over 9,500 pounds of donated food.
Commissioner Thomas E. Yeager has guided the CAA since its inception. The conference traces its roots back to 1983 when two of its current members- James Madison University and the College of William and Mary - were aligned with East Carolina University, George MaIn women’s basketball, 2013 CAA champion Delaware defeated West son University, the United States Naval Academy and the University Virginia and North Carolina to become the 12th CAA team to reach of Richmond as a basketball league (ECAC South). During the next the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. Behind the play of Honda two years, the league added 11 sports, acquired two new members Award winner Elena Delle Donne, the Blue Hens finished the sea- (the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and American Unison ranked #13 in the final USA Today Coaches Top 25 poll. Drexel versity) and decided to form a new conference. The transformation captured the WNIT championship with a 46-43 victory over Utah and from ECAC South to CAA took place on June 6, 1985.
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Old Dominion University joined the CAA in 1991 and was followed by Virginia Commonwealth University in 1995. The conference added the University of Delaware, Drexel University, Hofstra University and Towson University in 2001. Georgia State University and Northeastern University became members of the conference in 2005 and the College of Charleston began its first year as a CAA member on July 1, 2013. Elon University will join the conference beginning in 2014-15.
8625 Patterson Avenue Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 754-1616 Fax: (804) 754-1973 Executive Commissioner.................................................................................. Thomas E. Yeager
CAA MEMBERSHIP HISTORY Current Membership College of Charleston............................................................. 2013-present University of Delaware........................................................... 2001-present Drexel University.................................................................... 2001-present Hofstra University.................................................................. 2001-present James Madison University...................................................... 1983-present Univ. of North Carolina-Wilmington........................................ 1985-present Northeastern University..........................................................2005-present Towson University.................................................................. 2001-present College of William and Mary.................................................. 1983-present Past Members American University...................................................................1985-2001 East Carolina University.............................................................1983-2001 George Mason University............................................................1983-2013 Georgia State University.............................................................2005-2013 United States Naval Academy.....................................................1983-1991 Old Dominion University............................................................ 1991-2013 University of Richmond..............................................................1983-2001 Virginia Commonwealth University.............................................1995-2012
Deputy Commissioner for Basketball ..................................................... Ron Bertovich Chief Operating Officer ........................................................................ Cindy Williams Executive Assistant.............................................................................Raven Wilkinson Broadcasting/Video Assoc. Commissioner - Broadcast Services ...................................................Peter Hock Director of Video Services ..................................................................... Bobby Broyles Director of Video Services........................................................................... Alex Souza Championships Senior Assoc. Commissioner - Champ./Marketing ..................................................................Robert Goodman Assoc. Commissioner - Championships/MBB ...........................................Steve Kanaby Assistant Commissioner - Championships/WBB ...........................................Katie Lowe Assistant Commissioner - Championships.........................................Ashley Champigny Communications Associate Commissioner - Communications ............................................ Rob Washburn Asst. Commissioner - Creative Services/Comm. ............................................Niki DeSantis Communications Intern ........................................................................Tim McDonnell Compliance Senior Assoc. Commiss. - Comp. & Governance/SWA..............................................................................Kathleen Batterson Asst. Dir. of Compliance & Student-Athlete Services ..................................................Donna Jones Corporate Partnerships
Future Member Elon University....................................................................................2014
Director of Corporate Partnerships ....................................................... Brian Edmonds Integrated Digital Strategies Assoc. Commissioner - Integrated Digital Strategies...............................................Scott Meyer Officiating Officiating Administrator ....................................................................... Pamela Stone
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COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SWIMMING & DIVING DREXEL
January 11, 2014 • 1 p.m. Rawstrom Natatorium • Newark, Del.
November 1-2, 2013 • All Day Savage Natatorium• Harrisonburg, Va.
Staff Swimming Head Coach: Shawn Markey Diving Head Coach: Katryn Valladares Ast. Swimming Coach: Adam Braun Volunteer Ast. Coach: Dan Zalking
Staff Swimming Head Coach:Richard Long Diving Head Coach: Becky Benson Asoc. Head Coach: Dane Pedersen
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 6-2-0 (M); 2-8-0 (W) 2012-13 CAA Record: 0-1-0 (M); 0-2-0 (W)
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 10-2-0 (W) 2012-13 CAA Record: 3-0 (W)
Last Meeting Men: 1/12/14 • Away • W, 179-121 Women: 1/12/14 • Away • W, 210-90
Last Meeting Women: 11/3-4/13 • Home • L, 117-231
November 1-2, 2013 • All Day Savage Natatorium• Harrisonburg, Va.
January 11, 2014 • 1 p.m. Rawstrom Natatorium • Newark, Del.
Staff Head Coach: Dave Allen Diving Coach: Beau Bunn Assistant Coach: Tiffany Clay Assistant Coach: Dan Forrester
Staff Head Coach: Roy Coates Asoc. Head Coach: Katie McCann Diving Coach: Aaron Paradias Vol. Assistant Coach: Alex Canning Vol. Assistant Coach: Nicole Colucci
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 4-1-0 (M); 2-4-0 (W) 2012-13 CAA Record: 1-1-0 (M); 0-2-0 (W) Last Meeting Men: 11/3-4/13 • Home • L, 136-217 Women: 11/3-4/13 •Home • W, 200-153 www.uncwsports.com
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 8-7-0 (W) 2012-13 CAA Record: 2-3-30 (W) Last Meeting Women: 1/12/14 •Neutral • W, 155-145 www.gonu.com
COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION SWIMMING & DIVING TOWSON
WILLIAM & MARY
January 25, 2014 • 1 p.m. Rawstrom Natatorium • Newark, Del.
November 1-2, 2013 • All Day Savage Natatorium• Harrisonburg, Va.
Staff Head Coach: Pate Mead Diving Coach: Maureen Mead Assistant Coach: Laura De Gore
Staff Head Coach: Matt Crispino Assistant Coach: Chris Carter Assistant Coach: Joshua Huger
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 3-8-0 (M); 10-2-0 (W) 2012-13 Conference Record: 0-5-0 (M); 6-0-0 (W)
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 6-4-0 (M); 6-7-0 (W) 2012-13 Conference Record: 2-2-0 (M); 3-2-0 (W)
Last Meeting Men: 11/3-4/13 • Home • W, 228-78 Women: 1/19/14 •Home • L, 95-205
Last Meeting Men: 11/3-4/13 • Home • L, 156-191 Women: 11/3-4/13 •Home • L, 153-194
2013 OPPONENTS GEORGE MASON
October 19, 2013 • 1 p.m. Rawstrom Natatorium • Newark, Del.
October 5, 2013 • 1 p.m. Rawstrom Natatorium • Newark, Del.
Staff Head Coach: Peter Ward Assistant Coach, Diving: Dennis Ceppa Assistant Coach: Damian Rodino Assistant Coach: Laura Wright
Staff Head Coach: James Holder Head Diving Coach: Michael Tober Assistant Coach: Bryan Feretti
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 7-4-0 (M); 5-5-0 (W) 2012-13 Conference Record: 3-1-0 (M); 0-4-0 (W)
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 1-3-0 (M); 1-4-0 (W) 2012-13 Conference Record: Unavailable
Last Meeting Men: 10/13/13 • Away • L, 143-157 Women: 10/13/13 • Away • W, 209-92
Last Meeting Men: 10/6/13 •Home • W, 209-88 Women: 10/6/13 •Home • W, 223-73
November 9, 2013 • 10 a.m. Kirk Pool • Philadelphia, Pa.
November 9, 2013 • 10 a.m. Kirk Pool • Philadelphia, Pa
Staff Head Coach: Matt Nunnally Associate Head Coach: Jamie Platt Diving Coach: Steve Kuttruff Graduate Assistant Coach: Lauren Smart
Staff Head Coach: Steve Fletcher Diving Coach: Eric Blevins Assistant Coach: Shannon Daly Volunteer Assistant Coach: Mike Tubb
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 3-6-0 (M); 6-6-0 (W) 2012-13 Conference Record: Unavailable
Team Info 2012-13 Overall Record: 5-2-0 (M); 1-8-0 (W) 2012-13 Conference Record: Unavailable
Last Meeting Men: 11/10/13 •Home • W, 195.5-104.5 Women: 11/10/13 •Home • W, 199-101
Last Meeting Men: 11/10/13 •Home • W, 190.5-109.5 Women: 11/10/13 •Home • W, 229-70
2013 SCHEDULE Date OCTOBER 5 OCTOBER 19 November 1-2
November 9 November 22-24 December 5-7 JANUARY 11 February 26-March 1
ALL CAPS - Home Meet Blue Text - CAA Meet * - Colonial Athletic Association Contest
Opponent GEORGETOWN GEORGE MASON William & Mary * UNCW * James Madison * (women) La Salle Rider Bucknell Invitational USS Short Course Nationals DREXEL * TOWSON * CAA Championships
Time 1 p.m. 1 p.m. All Day
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Abbott, Daniel (2005-08) Abbruzzese, Matt (2006-09) Achuff, Charles (1977) Adams, James (1932-33) Agnor, Robert (1953) Aiello, John L. (1986-88) Al-Hasan, Ali (1995) Alloway, Tom (1968-69) Althouse, Richard (1944) Apostolico, Martin (1953-56) Arant, Garrett (2007) Arkens, John (1991-92) Arnold, Bradbury S. (1983-85) Arnold, Bruce L. (1983-85) Aston, Brian (1998-01) Aungst, Matt (2002-05)
-BBBBacon, Edwin G. (1960-61) Baird, James (1948-51) Baranello, Thomas (1980) Bardo, Donald (1951-52) Barker, L. (1934-35) Barker, S. (1935) Basch, Jonathan D. (1988-89) Beattie, Steven C. (1984-87) Beaty, Joseph A. (1985) Benecki, Raymond L. (1974-76) Bennett, Mark (1973-74) Bent, Dave (1968-70) Bergman, Seth (2012) Bergstrom, Rodman C. (1975-77) Beridze, Levan (2006-07) Bernardino, Paul M. (1975-78) Betsko, Eric (1996-00) Bird, Leonard (1964) Bishop, John (1948-51) Black, Craig (1989-92) Blacker, Sam (2002-04) Blanchard, Steven (1993-94) Blomberg, Adam (2005-08) Boettcher Jr., Thomas C. (1985) Boyer, David (1982) Boyer, Wilson (1928) Brady, William (1950-52) Brennan, Joseph E. (1984-85) Brennan, Mike (1970) Brestovansky, Dennis (1978-81) Brooks, Clark C. (1987) Brown, Bryan (2012) Brown, C. Kelsey (1964-66) Brown, Michael (1993-96) Brown, William (1929-32) Brubaker, Robert (1956) Bruner, Dan B. (1959-60) Bruno, Joe (2008-09)
MENâ€™S ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Buckwalter, Ross (2008-11) Bunda, Robert G. (1987-90) Burch, Richard (1969) Burt, Harold (1948) Bush, Robert (1943-44) Butterfross, Glenn (1997-99) Butz, Charles D. (1976-79)
-CCCCaffo, David (1995-96) Campbell, Murray (1949-51) Campbell, William (1948) Carey, Dennis (1970-72) Carey, Fenton (1966-68) Carey, Jeffrey R. (1983-86) Carey, John (1935-37) Carman, Roger (2006-07) Carolan, Ryan (2007) Carpenter, Randall (1938) Carson, J.B. (1934) Carter, Grady (2008-11) Cassidy, Martin (1964-65) Catts, Jack (1943, 1944) Cesca, James (1997) Cheadle, Richard (1960, 1961) Chesler, David H. (1984) Clark, Carl B. (1988) Clark, Cole (2011-present) Clemens, Clayton (2013) Clements, Thomas (1951-52) Clemons, Aubrey (1965-67) Clifton, Ian (1995-97) Cofer, Robert (1943-49) Coleman, Geoff (1968-70) Coonce, Brian (2010-13) Cooper, Brian (1982-8 Cooper, Douglas R. (1987-90) Conway, Nick (1972-74) Cope, Ralph D. (1977-79) Craig, Frank (1949-50) Croes, William (1934-37) Crompton, Charles (1957) Cronin, Mark (1993-94) Crouse, Tim (1981) Crumlish, James (1949-50)
-DDDDally, William R. (1975-78) Dates, Kelly (Manager) (1992-94) Davis, Jeffrey (1967) Derrick, Charles (1962-64) Dewey, Andrew (1979-82) DeYoung, Robert (1971-73) Dickey, Robert (1941-43) Dieffenback, Jeff (1972) Dillon, Donald (1961, 1962) DiMaio, Anthony (1953-55)
Doelp, Gregory (1982-83) Doherty, Philip (1943) Dohl, Christopher (1993-96) Donat, David (1995-96) Donnelly, Brendan (2001-03) Dorgan, Guy (1980, 83) Dougherty, Hugh (1948-51) Dougherty, Jack (1944-48) Dremann, Alexander E. (1986) Dressel, Michael A. (1976-79) Dressel, Rick (2002-04) Drozdov, Olaf (1937) Dryden, Bart (1991) Duff, Thomas (1955-57) Duross, Willard (1936)
-EEEEdmonds, Scott (1987-90) Ehrenfeld, David (1967-68) Eggert, Marvin (1952) Emich, David B. (1978-81) Erdosy, Mark (2007) Ester, George (1952-54) Etchells, H. I. (1935) Evangelista, Ben (2012) Evers, Max (2006)
-FFFFabris, John (1970) Fauth, Ryan (1997-00) Fedena, John (1998) Felix, Scott (1989-92) Fernandes, John (1999-01) Ferris, Michael (1998-00) Findley, John (1992) Fisher, John M. (1958-59) Fitzharris, Bill (1972) Fletcher III, John M. (1987-90) Ford, David (1981-84) Fosina, Micael L. (1983-85) Fouse, Matthew (1996) Francis, James (1993) Freibott, Frederick (1955-60) Frey, Robert (2003-04) Fulling, Roger (1933) Funk, David (1942) Funk, Harley (1944)
-GGGGallagher, Paul (2011-13) Gallagher, Thomas (2007-10) Gallaher, Michael (1999-02) Ganci, Charles (1982-85) Garbarino, Michael (2010-11) Garner, Sean (1995-96) Gentile, Glen E. (1986) Georges, Peter (1961-63)
Gibson, Colin (2004, 2005) Giles, Howard (1962-63) Gillan, Hans (2009-10) Goldstein, Adam (2003-05) Goldstein, Michael (2006) Gomez, Jeffrey (1980) Goodley, Richard G. (1953-55) Grant, Daniel (1959-61) Greenberg, Craig (2007, 09) Gregg, W. (1939) Grepps, Paul (1990-91) Grier, Bauduy (1948-51) Grossman, Nick (2002-04) Guerke, Barry (1969-70) Gulotti, Vince (1989-90) Gurkovich, Kyle (2006-07)
Hackett, Kyle (1993-97) Hadley, Donald (1971-73) Hadley, James T. (1977) Haines, Randall (1994-95) Hagerty, Harold (1969-70) Hansel, David (1995-97) Hardy, David (2002-06) Harrison, Gerald (1959-61) Hartmann, C. (1931) Hartman, J.P. (1937) Hartshorne, David V. (1984-86) Hason, David (1994) Hatt, Brett David (1978) Haughey, Michael (1997) Hauty, Andrew F. (1975-76) Haworth, Dan (1973, 1974-75) Heck, A. L. (Manager) (1943) Heckert, Jeffery (1979-82) Hecht, Ray (1941-42) Henderson, Gary (1966-68) Henn, Steve (2005) Heyd, Paul (1948) Hitchens, Howard (1971-72) Hoffman, Nick (2011-12) Holcroft, Peter (1992-95) Holcroft, Timothy (1989-92) Holsinger, Alden (1962-64) Holt, Frank (1939-40) Horn, Calvin (1962-64) Horne, Kenneth (1962-64) Houchin, George (1939-42) Howard, L. M. (1937) Howell (1929-31) Hughes, Brian K. (1983) Hurban, Gary K. (1987-89) Hutchinson, Todd A. (1987-90) Hutton, Michael (1992-95) Huxford, Harry (1942) Hyman, Josh (2009-12)
MEN’S ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Hyncik, William (1977)
-IIIIrwin, Richard M. (1940)
Jackson Jr., Raymond E. (1986-88) Jarrell, Joseph (1943-44) Johnson, Edgar (1965-67) Jones, James (1952) Jorgensen, Samuel (1965) Joyce, Timothy L. (1988)
-KKKKaczmarcyk, Jon (2003) Kadel, G. (1935) Kahner, Bryan (2000-03) Kates, Matt (2006) Keim, Adam (2002) Keller, Nathan (1992-93, 96) Keller, L. Stephen (1979) Kelley, John (1936) Kelleher, Robert (1949) Kennedy, Matt (1998-00) Kent, Reverdy (1942) Kenworthy, Charles (1937-39) Keogh, Jerome (1953) Kimmel, Edward (1957-59) Klinger, Mark C. (1984-85) Knisely, Daniel (1979-81) Knox, Donald (1970) Kolwyck, Justin (2013-present) Kotowski, Kevin (2004) Krouse, Robert (1994-97) Krusberg, Lorin (1953-55) Kunz, Robert (1990-93)
Larks, Lavar (2001-03) Lattomus, Hugh (1933-35) Lattomus, William (1928) Lauriello, Mark (1981-84) Lavelle, Kevin (2002) Lavelle, Matthew (1995-98) Lavender, James (2007) Lawrence, Willis (1933-36) Lemlein, Al (1940, 1941) Leonardi, Stephen (1971) Lindstrand, Carl (1931-34) Lippincott, Robert (1938-39) Liu, Sihan (2013-present) Lloyd, Charles (1951-53) Locke, Robert (1967-69) Losee, Jeff (1963) Losi, Jim (2009)
Lowe, Zachary (2012-present) Lucas, James G. (1987-88) Lynch, Jay (1996-99) Lyons, Christopher (1994-97)
-MMMMacLeish, Bobby (2008-11) Maday, Thomas (1998-01) Maksimowicz, Edward (1979-80) Malone, Craig A. (1988) Maloney, John (1963) Maier, Harry (1928-30) Manus Jr., Thomas (1933) Many, Scott D. (1985) Marks, Ronald (1980-82) Marlett, Neumann (2000-02) Marquez, Matt (2011-present) Marshall, Roland (1941-42) Martin, Lee S. (1987-90) Masarik (1974) Mayer, Arthur (1952-54) McCann, Patrick (2013-present) McCarthy, Matt (2010-13) McClenaghan, Deane (1979-80) McCormick, Richard J. (1987-90) McCullough, J.A. (1937) McDaniel, John (1953-56) McDermott, John (1970-71) McGillen, Brian (1998-01) McGinnis, John (1964-65) McKeever, Jim (1972) McKenzie, Kevin (1988) McKinley, William (1954-55) McKnelly, Charles (1972) McLaughlin, Kyle (2011-13) McQueston, Todd W. (1988-89) McWilliams, William (1955) Mead, Patrick (1990-93) Mentzer, David R. (1986-87) Metrinko, Peter (1998-00) Meyer, Ray (1996-99) Mihalov, Pamela (1977 Miller, Douglas (1990-93) Miller, H. (1931) Miller, Hugh (1951) Miller, Ian (2000-01) Moch, Wesley (1961) Mock, Al (1939) Monihan, Robert (1940) Moore, Michael (2010-13) Morris, Patrick C. (1984) Morrison, Charles (1983-84) Mroz, Christopher (1981) Muety, Scott (2000-01) Mullan, Adam (2005-08) Mullin, James T. (1984-88)
Mulligan, Thomas (1997-99) Murphy, Peter (2001-04) Murray, Brian T. (1977-79) Murray, Henry (1933) Murray, Richard (1951)
-NNNNeese, Harry (1940-42) Nobis, Bernard (1927-29) Norman, Eric (1991) Nucho, Samy S. (1976)
-OOOO’Cheadle, Richard (1958) O’Connell, Dan (2005) Offutt, Craig (2007-10) Ohlhaver, John (2006-09) O’Malley, Daniel E. (1975) Orledge, Brian (1991-92) Osmun, Donald (1959) Ostrand, Frederick H. (1974-75) Otwell, Gary (1963, 1964) Overbay, W. Bruce (1964-65)
-PPPPalma, Douglas (1990-92) Palmer, Andrew (1990-93) Panacionne, Alan J. (1986-87) Panacionne, Alan T. (2012-present) Parkinson, James (1932) Pavlik, Dominic (2008-11) Paxson, Tom (1968) Pedrick (1929) Pierce, Anthony (2001-02) Pipemeier, Peter (1970-71) Pite, Daniel M. (1986) Pleasants, Steven (1973-76) Poskitt, Rodney (1966) Presnell, Charles (1952-54) Pritchard, William (1960-62)
-QQQQuillin, J.D. (1959-61)
-RRRRash, Bill (1991-93) Rash, William (1963) Rasch, Mike (2004-07) Reed, Travis (1995-98) Reese, Edgar (1927-30) Reichart, Jim (1998-01) Reidinger, William R. (1976-79) Reidy, Peter (1972) Reiss, Philip (1957-58) Reybold, William (1927-30) Reybold, William (1953-55)
Riccitelli, Michael (1995-97) Richards, Jeff (1991-93) Rickards, Charles (1959) Rinehart, Barton (1958) Roat Jr., Ronald R. (1986-88) Roberts, Ryan (2010-13) Rocheleau, Robert (1966-68) Roe, Thomas (1936) Roosevelt, Daniel (1961-63) Roth, Charles (1973-76) Roy, Jim (1968-69) Ryan, Matt (2008-10) Ryan, William J. (1983-84 Ryder, Jack (1957)
-SSSSaatman, Karl (1989) Saimre, Karl (1989-92) Salcetti, Brian (2001) Sanderson, Corey (2005-07) Sargent, Peter H. (1988) Sattgast, Troy (2005-08) Scarola, Alexander (1994) Schauman, Carl (1989-91) Schellenberger, Rich (2004) Schoff, John (1965-67) Schuman, William (1971) Schenck, Luke (1999-01) Schiavo, Zack (2008-11) Scholtz, John (1999-00) Scott, R. (1934) Schoolmaster, Clinton (1942) Schuman, Bill (1972) Schwartz, Ken (1969) Servant, Michael (1992-94) Shaffer, Bob (1972-74) Sharesky, Garrett (2013-present) Shelhamer, Barry (1971-73) Shellenberger, Rich (2001-03) Shelton, Dan (Manager) (1995-96) Sheperd, William (1971) Shields, Jeff (2004) Skacel, Alex (2003-05) Sokolov, Ulik (2007) Smith, Jack (1950) Smith, James (1949) Smith, Joshua (1995-98) Smith, Karl T. (1977-78) Smith, M. (1930) Snyder, R. (1937) Sortman, Harold (1930, 32) Spector, Larry W. (1988) Speese, Andrew (2010-13) Spencer, Brendan (2005-07) Stambaugh, Bryan (1993, 95) Stang, Wolfgang (1972) Stearns, Reed (1939-41)
MENâ€™S ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Stehler, John (1970) Stewart, Bruce (1955-57) Stockwell, Stephen (1966-68) Stofa, Paul (1960) Stone, Randall A. (1984-86) Stone, Robert (1981-84) Stoner, Reid W. (1977-80) Stoudt, Richard (1964-65) Strojny, David D. (1983-84) Stuart, Kevin (1996-98) Suro, Roger (1966-68) Swartz, Hyman (1937, 39) Szarko, Tyler (2011-13)
-TTTTafuni, David G. (1988) Taylor Jr., A.J. (1928-31) Taylor, Richard (1944) Taylor, Robert F. (1977) Test, Preston (1981-83) Thorpe, Mark (1993-94) Tiffany, Harold (1966) Tokarsky, Andrew (2004) Tokarsky, Greg (1997-99) Tomao, Edward (1961) Tooley, Alex (2013-present) Tracy, Clinton (1993-94) Tracy, John (1996) Tracy, Keith (1951) Troskey, David (2001)
-UUUUlbrich, Brad (2000) Ulrich, Paul (1995-98) Underwood, David (1970-71)
-VVVVail, Thomas (1982-84) Vallejo, Sergio (1996-98) Veit, John P. (1936) Vickroy, T. Bruce (1977-80) Virion, Joe (2005-07)
-WWWWakeman, Ernest (1971-73) Wagner, Robert (1954-56) Walton, Charles (1942,-43) Walton, Francis M. (1978) Ward, Louis (1949) Ward, Lowell (1948, 50) Ware, Tim (2012-present) Wasiewski, Tim (2001-04) Watkin, William F. (1987-89) Watson, H. (1937) Wattis, Newton (1960-62) Webber, Arthur (1960,-62)
Webber, George (1957-58) Weber, R. Leonard (1977-80) Wehrman, Matt (2008-10) Weisser, Kevin (2001-04) Welch, Ed (1973-76) Weldin, Mark (2006) Weldin, T.D. (1941-43) Wembacher, Eric (2006) West, Tim (2012-present) Wheatley, Zach (2010-11) Whelan, J. Nicholas (1978-79) Whyte, Brian (1999) Wieland, Richard (1970) Williams, Pax (1980-83) Wilson, Harry (1934-36) Wilson, Richard (1968-70) Wilson, Robin (1966-67) Winkler, Luke (2013) Witterholt, Mark (1979-81) Wodoslawsky, Michael (2008-11) Woomer, Nick (2009-12) Wozniak, John (1962) Wright, Robert (1968)
-YYYYohe, Jacob (2003-04) Young, Craig (2008-11) Young, Robert (1970-71) Youngblood, Eric (2000-03)
-ZZZZabenko, N. L. (1939) Zambarano, Michael (1999-00) Zinn, Andrew (2005-08) Zsoldos, Peter (1982) Zutz, Theordore (1957)
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WOMENâ€™S ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -AAAAdams, Ellen (1988-91) Ahrens, Lauren (2012-present) Alfisi, Gina (1992-93) Andrews, Schaefer (2012) Angulo, Beverly (1981-84) Askin, Laura (2013-present) Askin, Leigh (2006-07) Avioli, Kristen (2003-06) Ayres, Kimberly (1992)
-BBBBartley, Maureen (1975-76) Bacewicz, Sarah (2006) Baird, Kelly (1995-96) Barber, Megan (2008-11) Barry, Cortney (2008-11) Bartoletti, Dinalynn (1988-91) Basch, Denise (1994-95) Basch, Rachael (1989-91) Bearer, Theresa (1983-84) Beck, Phyllis (1975-78) Begley, Sarah (2007-09) Behler, Janice (1986-89) Benecki, Terry (1973-74) Bergan, Sarah (2005-06) Berkowitz, Rachel (1992-94) Berry, Wendy (1975-76) Bertkau, Stephanie (1998-99) Bilenki, Erika (2010-11) Binkley, Helen (1986) Bizik, Barbara (1989-92) Bintz, Maggie (1993-96) Blongiewicz, Jenna (2001-03) Bowe, Madeline (2010) Bradley, Carol (1973) Brannon, Sabra (1995-98) Brill, Patty (1976) Briner, Sue (1978) Brockson, Donna (1984-88) Brockson, Virginia (1989-93) Brown, Alexandra (2010-11) Brown, Martha (1976-77) Brownell, Sandra (1974-75) Buchenhorst, Louise (1988) Bunting, Laura (1991) Burke, Shannon (2007-09) Butler, Erinne (2008-11)
-CCCCaldwell, Aubrey (2010-12) Caldwell, Rebecca (2002-03) Cameron, Gen (1975) Carns, Michelle (1991-94) Carr, Mary (1981-84) Cartensen, Shawn (1987-88)
Castellanos, Kim (1992-95) Chapman, Tamara (1984-87) Chappel, Deborah (1981-82) Chipman, Sue (1975-76) Chucta, Heather (2011-12) Chynoweth, Cheri (1973) Cierski, Sara (2002-04) Clarkson, Laura (1986-88) Clifford, Tina (1973-74) Coffin, Donna (1976-77) Colbert, Erin (2002-05) Cole, Leslie (1987) Colyer, Jessica (1974-75) Congdon, Kristina (2013-present) Conrad, Mirand (2006) Coogan, Elizabeth (1991, 1992-94) Cook, Beth Ann (1991)
-DDDDates, Kelly (1994) David, Nancy (1995) Davis, Brenna (2007, 2008) Davis, Leslie (1984) Davis, Megan (1978, 80) Davis, Nancy (1996-98) Dean, Erin (1995-97) DeCrescente, Stephanie (2008) DeFries, Kate (2000) Delbridge, Nicky (1995-98) Dellavalle, Lindsay (2004) Deming, Joan (1976) Depman, Cecilia (1980-81) Dever, Denise (1990) DiJulio, Nicole (2006-07) Dikeman, Marie (1987) Dillinger, Lisa (1998-01) Dodd, Stephanie (2009-12) Dolan, Mary (1973) Dos Passos, Anne (1996) Draminski, Patrice (1991-93) Dreher, Stevie (2007) Duggan, Shannon (2004) Duncheskie, Denise (2002) Dunlap, Karen (1987, 1988) Dunlap, Kay (1973) Dunlap, Leigh (1974-75) Dyson, Sara (1998-01)
-EEEEasterling, Virginia (1980) Edlis, Stacey (1987) Espitia, Paula (1999) Estelow, Sharon (1982) Evancho, Kathleen (1995-97) Evancho, Kristin (1997)
-FFFFacchine, Hannah (2009-12) Factora, Shelley (1988-91) Fagan, Kathleen (1979-80) Fahey, Sue (1974-75) Falvo, Elizabeth-Anne (1987) Farrell, Hailey (2012-present) Faull, Jill (2011) Feeney, Susan (1982) Feorge, Kristin (1998) Fields, Kim (2003-05) Fitgerald, Jillian (2002-05) Flynn, Marianne (2009-11) Foreman, Nell Rose (1987-90) Forster, Susan (1983-84) Fowler, Ann (1980-83) Friedrich, Kiley (2008-09) Friend, Lori (1976) Fryer, Kathryn (2000-03)
-GGGGallagher, Cathy (2006-09) Gasper, Susan (1990-93) Gehlhaus, Peggy (1974) George, Kristin (1999) Gibson, Nicole (2002-03) Gillespie, Tori (2011,12) Gorman, Barbara (1979-80) Goyette, Lisa (2007-09) Gravatt, Kim (2006) Greene, Rachel (2008) Grodsky, Alicia (1977-80) Guntner, Lauren (2010) Guntner, Lisa (2008-11)
-HHHHack, Danielle (2000-03) Halloran, Peggy (1973) Hanse, Ann (1982, 85) Hansen, Ann (1984) Harris, Kathleen (1993) Harris, Mary Kay (2010-present) Hartnett, Jamie (2006) Hause, Jennifer (2000-03) Hausmann, Aidan (2003) Hay, Carol (1983) Hazzard, Valerie (1989) Healy, Donna (2008-11) Heim, Mary (1998-99) Heinz, Ellen (2006-07) Heiser, Kristen (1987) Helmers, Nicole (2006-07) Helondovitch, Christine (1991, 93-94) Henderson, Sheri Lyn (1987) Hennig, Karen (1979-81) Herrick, Cheryl (1989)
Highberger, Mary (1981-83) Hillenmayer, Dawnmarie (1992) Hiltabiddle, Linda (1981-84) Hipple, Emily (1996-99) Hockl, Barbara (1987-88) Hoffman, Lynn (1975-78) Horner, Jennifer (1987-90) Horwitz, Ellen (1982) Hosford, Tamara (2002-03) House, Stephanie (2007-09) Houser, Kim (1997-98) Howarth, Mackenzie (2010, 13) Huber, Kelly (1992-93, 95) Huber, Mary (1979-82) Husich, Ashley (2003-04)
-IIIIan, Beth (1995-98)
-JJJJaeger, Karen (1982-85) Jakeway, Tara (2005) Janoski, Janine (2004) Jingeleski, Sue (1973-74) Johannsen, Christine (1998-01) Johnson, Amy (1989) Johnson, Gayle (1987-88) Johnson, Heather (1999-01) Johnson, Mary Pat (1980-83) Jones, Susan (1977) Jyce, Marilynn (1976)
-KKKKane, Jamie (2012-13) Kanegawa, Elise (2009-12) Kapelewski, Christine (2004) Kaupang, Sandra (1994-97) Kayson, Emily (2010) Keefer, Elizabeth (2013-present) Kennel, Mary Jo (1983-85) Keoughan, Kathleen (1984-86) Kingsbury, Hester (1982-83) Koster, Phyllis (1973) Krauss, Sandra (1981-84) Krippahne, Karen (1978-79) Kunlap, Karen (1986) Kupchick, Sandra (1977)
-LLLLamoreaux, Kristina (2006-07) Lang, Caren (197-76) Lasalle, Stephanie (1996-99) Laumer, Brooke (1990) Law, Meredith (2005-07) Lawrence, Jane (1982) Lawson, Jennifer (1988) Lavery, Susan (1984-85)
WOMENâ€™S ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Lazear, Brittany (2012) Lennon, Kelly (2000) Leonne, Carolanne (1982) Leven, Kelly (1996-99) Libby, Jan (1974-75) Lins, Sandy (1978-81) Livingstone, Betsy (1976) Long, Wendy (1974-75) Loose, Sandy (1982-84) Lowe, Ryan (1996) Luksic, Kimberly (1994-97)
-MMMMacfarlane, Lisa (2001) Mack, Debbie (1973) Magee, Emily (1992-94) Mainville, Tanya (1999-01) Marando, Calli (2012) Marrinucci, Jena (2009, 12) Marshall, Megan (2002-04) Maschal, Colleen (2001-04) Mathers, Lindsay (2002-04) Mattson, Jennifer (1991-94) Mayer, Deborah (1983) Mayers, Dawn (1982-84, 86) McCormick, Beth Ann (1983-86) McDemott, Kary (1993-94) McDivitt, Julie (1995-96) McGee, Emily (1991) McGinnity, Holly (1995-98) McHugh, Mary (1981) McHugh, Mary Anne (1979) McKee, Barbara (1994) McKee, Karen (1981) McMurtrie, Heather (1989-92) McPartland, Eileen (1993-94) Mechalnburg, Cheryl (1977-78) Milliken, Meredith (1989-92) Mitchell, Emily (2000-02) Monroe, Cindy (1973) Monroe, Melody (1973) Montoya, Dominique (2013-present) Moore, Lee (1976) Morrow, Margie (1973) Morse, Emily (2010) Murgatroyd, Karin (1976-79) Murphy, Maureen (1983-84) Murphy, Sally (1994-97) Myers, Stacey (1985-87)
-NNNNeale, Mary (1979-82) Nelson, Julie (1992) Nelson, Sue (1974-75) Noble, Lori (1986) Norris, Sue (1973) Northshield, Megan (2012-present)
-OOOOliver, Alyson (2007) Oâ€™Sullivan, Bridget (1990) Osborne, Cheryl (1983) Ostroski, Lauren (2005)
-PPPPaisley, Paige (1974) Parcel, Kristi (2001) Pastore, Kellie (2006-09) Pate, Emily (2013-present) Patton, Penni (1989-90) Paul, Bette (1977-78) Payonk, Lesley (2012-13) Peasley, Paige (1977) Peffer, Sarah (2004-05) Pelton, Kailey (2006-09) Pembroke, Cathy (1975-77) Perry, Linda (1978) Peterson, Fredricka (1985) Petri, Kimberly (1979, 82) Petry, Meghan (2002-05) Phillips, Erin (2006-09) Plush, Suzanne (1993) Poore, Katie (2000-03) Powers, Julie Anne (1988) Prettyman, Michelle (1980-83) Pretz, Emily (2005-07) Pugh, Leona (1982-83) Pullo, Susan Lyn (1988-91) Purves, Kathleen (1992-93) Pyle, Valarie (1985-86)
-RRRRaw, Courtney (2010-13) Reed, Sara (2005-06) Reilly, Kathy (1976-77) Rice, Christine (1987-88) Richens, Anne (1993) Riley, Amy (1993-94) Riley, Laura (2000-01) Rivera, Amara (2007) Robinson, Barbara (1978) Robinson, Laura (2006) Robson, Ann (1998) Roden, Janet (1982-85) Rodgers, Megan (2001-02) Rossi, Andrea (2003) Rusch, Christine (1982-83) Ryder, Suzanne (2000)
-SSSSanders, Alyssa (2013) Sanders, Jennifer (1984-86) Sands, Wendy (1989-90) Santoro, Tiffany (1999)
Saunders, Betsy (1974) Schubert, Kelly (1998-01) Schuler, Sue (1976) Schuster, Megan (1999-02) Scollon, Kelly (1999-01) Scott, Sarah (1979-82) Seested, Allison (1995-98) Seested, Kristen (1993-95) Shelton, Dan (1995) Sheppard, Carly (2010) Shultz, Laura (2006-07) Sidorick, Megan (1997) Smathers, Emily (2006-09) Smiddy, Linda (1984, 86) Smith, Kim (1975, 77) Sokol, Shelby (1994-97) Solt, Shea (2011-present) Southard, Lauren (2007) Splane, Cate (1995) Spooner, Amy (2000-03) Statts, Katherine (1982) Stelmaszyk, Amy (2012-13) Stephens, Michelle (2006-08) Stephens, Sandy (2002-04) Stephens, Sara (2003-06) Stockwell, Caitlin (2013-present) Stouffer, Amanda (1998-01)
-TTTTesta, Barbara (1988-91) Thompson, Tricia (1976) Torbert, Kelly (1998-00) Tougher, Megan (1998-99) Tracy, Maggie (2012-present) Trelease, Lynn (1989-92)
-VVVVaccaro, Carolyn (1977) Van Deusen, Julie (2003-04) Vandoren, Sarah (2010-11) Van Swearinger, Jessie (1976) Vaughn, Sue (1976)
-WWWWainwright, Joann (1975-76, 81) Walker, Maryann (2006-09) Walnock, Mary Jean (1973-74) Warren, Kendall (2006-07) Wasiewski, Krysta (2004-06) Watts, Emily (2006-09) Wendt, Michelle (1988) Wells, Valerie (1978) Wenning, Jennifer (1999) West, Kristen (1990) Westmoreland, Cherie (1976) Weston, Kathleen (1992) Weyer, Chris (1976)
Whitfield, Beth (1984-87) Whyte, Morgan (2013-present) Wikander, Kelly (1989-90) Williams, Paula (1978-79) Wilson, Elizabeth (1991-94) Witt, Jeanneine (1994) Woll, Alice (1974) Wolla, Kaitlin (2011-present) Wrafter, Ann Maura (1987-88) Wright, Margaret (1973) Wright, Betsy (1975-76) Wydan, Maryellen (1981-82)
-YYYYearsley, Nancy (1974) Yonych, Laura (2000-03) Young, Daru (1976)
-ZZZZoretic, Katie (2007) Zwilgmeyer, Lisa (1978)
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WOMEN’S CAREER RECORDS
WOMEN’S CAREER RECORDS
DR. PATRICK HARKER PRESIDENT CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1983-84 University of California, Santa Barbara 1984-87 University of Pennsylvania 1986-88 University of Pennsylvania 1989 Stanford University 1987-91 University of Pennsylvania 1989-94 University of Pennsylvania 1991-92 United States White House 1991--00 University of Pennsylvania 1993-94 University of Pennsylvania 1994-96 University of Pennsylvania 1997-99 University of Pennsylvania 1999-00 University of Pennsylvania 2000-07 University of Pennsylvania 2007-Pres. University of Delaware
Asst. Professor of Geography Asst. Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School Coordinator of the Decision Sciences Ph.D. Program Visiting Scholar Associate Professor of Decision Sciences, The Wharton School Director, Fishman-Davidson Center for Study of Service Sector Special Asst. to the Director, FBI, White House Fellow Professor, The Wharton School Coord. Operations and Information Management Ph.D. Program Professor, Senior Fellow, The Wharton School Chairman, Dept. of Ops. & Info Man. The Wharton School Interim Dean, The Wharton School Dean and the Reliance Professor, The Wharton School President
Patrick T. Harker became the 26th president of the University of Delaware in July 2007. Concurrent with his appointment as president, Dr. Harker is a professor of Business Administration in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics and a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering in UD’s College of Engineering. In May 2008, Dr. Harker unveiled a sweeping strategic plan, UD’s Path to Prominence, predicated on excellence in undergraduate, graduate and professional education, environmental leadership, global engagement and service to the community. He has established numerous research centers, as well as the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships, which stimulates invention and entrepreneurship and translates UD research into economy-driving technologies. To establish Delaware as a health sciences hub, UD has partnered with the region’s leading health care providers in the Delaware Health Sciences Alliance. In February 2000, Dr. Harker was appointed dean of the Wharton School and Reliance Professor of Management and Private Enterprise. He was a senior fellow at the Wharton Financial Institutions Center and held a secondary appointment as a professor of Electrical and Systems Engineering at Penn. Previously, Dr. Harker was chair of Wharton’s Operations and Information Management Department. Dr. Harker is a member of the board of directors of Pepco Holdings Inc. and Huntsman Corporation, and a founding member of the board of advisors of Decision Lens Inc. He previously served as a trustee of the Goldman Sachs Trust and Goldman Sachs Variable Insurance Trust. Dr. Harker is a Class B director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, and a member of the boards of directors of the NCAA–Division I, Christiana Care Health Systems, First State Innovation, Catholic Relief Services and Easter Seals of Delaware. He is a member of the Regional Leadership Initiative Steering Committee at the Council on Competitiveness, a member of the CEO Council for Growth at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a trustee of Howard University. Dr. Harker received his B.S.E. and M.S.E. in Civil Engineering in 1981, an M.A. in Economics in 1983 and a Ph.D. in Civil and Urban Engineering in 1983, all from the University of Pennsylvania. When he was named UPS Transportation Professor of the Private Sector in 1991, Dr. Harker became the youngest faculty member in Wharton’s history awarded an endowed professorship. Dr. Harker has published or edited nine books and more than 100 professional articles. From 1996–99, he served as editor-in-chief of the premier journal Operations Research. President George H.W. Bush named Dr. Harker a White House Fellow in 1991, and he served from 1991–92 as a special assistant to FBI Director William S. Sessions. Dr. Harker was named a Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) in October 2012, and a Charter Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors in December 2012. Dr. Harker is married to the former Emily Grace Saaty and is the father of three children.
ERIC ZIADY ATHLETICS DIRECTOR CAREER RESUME/HIGHLIGHTS 1988 Providence College 1989 Northeastern University 1989-90 Northeastern University 1991-94 Northeastern University 1994 Northeastern University 1994-98 Northeastern University 1998-04 Boston College 2004-10 Boston College 2010-12 Boston College 2012-Pres. University of Delaware
Eric Ziady, who spent the previous 23 years working in the highest levels of collegiate athletics administration in the Boston area, was named the new Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services at the University of Delaware on Oct. 10, 2012. Ziady (pronounced “zee-aidy”), 47, a native of Andover, Mass., becomes just the fifth Director of Athletics at Delaware since 1940. He replaces Bernard Muir, who left UD in July, 2012 after three years at the helm to become Director of Athletics at Stanford University. “We’re so glad that Eric is joining UD as our new athletic director,” said UD President Patrick Harker in announcing Ziady’s hiring. “He’s wholly committed to students’ academic and athletic success. He’s an incredibly strong financial administrator and a proven revenue-generator. He understands the conference landscape, and can help us navigate through the issues of conference alignment. And he absolutely shares our most fundamental goal: to educate student-athletes who will lead in competition, in the classroom and in the community.” Ziady arrives at Delaware after spending the previous 14 years at Boston College - most recently as senior associate athletics director for business operations - and nine years before that at Delaware’s current Colonial Athletic Association and former America East conference rival Northeastern University. He served as assistant director of athletics at Northeastern during his final four years in Brookline. He heads a University of Delaware athletics and recreation services department that sponsors 21 intercollegiate sports, including 13 women’s sports. Delaware captured three Colonial Athletic Association team titles a year ago, had three teams post first round wins in the NCAA Tournament, and finished second among CAA schools in the NCAA Division I National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) Directors’ Cup standings. A vibrant recreation services department sponsors over 30 club sports and over 30 intramural programs. “I am humbled and proud to accept the offer to become the University of Delaware’s next director of athletics,” said Ziady. “I understand the rich history and tradition of Delaware athletics and I can’t wait to work with this fine group of coaches, administrators, and staff as we go forward in the years ahead and build upon that great legacy. We are excited to settle our family in the Newark community and build the next chapter of our lives as part of the Delaware family.” At Atlantic Coast Conference member Boston College, Ziady was responsible for handling both the long-range fiscal and strategic planning for the department as well as the day-to-day administration of all business and financial operations. In addition, he handled football game scheduling and contract administration, as well as overseeing five of the men’s and women’s athletic programs (football, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s sailing). In 2010 Ziady negotiated the six-year, multi-million dollar sponsorship agreement with Under Armour that outfitted all 31 Eagle sport programs and provided financial support for the department. The sponsorship was the largest in the history of BC Athletics. Delaware also holds a sponsorship agreement with Under Armour. Ziady most recently served as chair of both the ACC Women’s Golf Committee as well as the Conference’s Awards Committee. He has previously served on the ACC and Hockey East Finance Committees as well as on competition committees in both the America East (baseball) and Big East (golf) conferences. He has twice served on NCAA certification subcommittees for fiscal integrity, both at Northeastern and BC. “Eric Ziady is one of the finest athletics administrators I’ve ever been around,” said Gene DeFilippo, Boston College director of athletics from 1997 until 2012. “He is incredibly bright and enthusiastic and was an integral part of our management team at Boston College. Within a very short period of time, everyone in the Delaware athletics community will realize what a great selection the University has made. We are all very excited for Eric and his family.” A 1988 Providence College graduate, Ziady began his career at Northeastern as an assistant to the athletic director, handling compliance responsibilities, coordinating facility management and operations on game days, and assisting in marketing efforts. In 1991, he was appointed athletic business manager and was responsible for all of the department’s fiscal activities, while also serving as the liaison with outside booster and support groups. In 1994, Ziady was promoted to assistant director of athletics at Northeastern. He served on the Huskies’ senior management team that planned long-range departmental goals and policies. Included among this group’s assignments was the development of a five-year strategic plan to address Title IX and gender equity issues. Ziady, who earned both a master’s degree in sports management and a master’s of business administration degree from Northeastern, has twice served as a marketing consultant. He is also a member of the College Athletic Business Management Association. In 1990, he worked on a corporate marketing project with the North Atlantic Conference (now America East) and in 1992, he assisted the Boston Organizing Committee in marketing and fundraising in an attempt to attract national and international amateur events to the city. “We are excited about having Eric join the University of Delaware athletics family,” said Blue Hen women’s basketball head coach Tina Martin. “He has the right kind of mindset to lead Delaware at a very exciting time. I’m looking forward to working with him for many years to come.” Ziady and his wife, Lauren, have three children, Matthew (5), Lindsey (4), and Courtney (2). Lauren recently earned her PhD in counseling psychology from Northeastern University.
Bachelor’s Degree - Political Science Master’s Degree - Sports Management Graduate Assistant - Athletics Business Manager - Athletics Master’s Degree - Business Administration Asst. Director of Athletics - Finance & Administration Asst. Director of Athletics Associate Director of Athletics - Business Operations Senior Associate Director of Athletics Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation Services
ATHLETIC FACILITIES DELAWARE MINI-STADIUM Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Outdoor Track & Field
The University of Delaware Mini-Stadium, located just east of the Delaware Stadium, includes fields for soccer and and a quarter-mile all-weather track. The Mini-Stadium is currently undergoing extensive renovations with the installation of a new all-weather track. During the summer of 2000, the Mini-Stadium saw the installation of a new natural grass (Bluegrass) playing surface with a drainage and irrigation system, and television quality light standards. During the summer of 2011, Delaware Mini-Stadium got another facelift. The previous surface, a Rye/Fuscue, mix was replaced with Bermuda grass, making Delaware MiniStadium one of the premier natural fields in the Colonial Athletic Association.
DELAWARE STADIUM Football, Men’s Lacrosse, Women’s Lacrosse Built in 1952, Delaware Stadium (Tubby Raymond Field) featured a grass surface until February 2010 when an artificial FieldTurf surface was installed. The stadium seats 22,000, giving Delaware the largest playing facility for lacrosse in the CAA and among the largest in the nation. Prior to the 2000 season, eight poles of permanent broadcast-quality lights were installed by Musco Lighting. In addition, the South End Zone bleachers were also replaced. A new 40 x 34-foot scoreboard, including a 40 x 16 video screen, was installed prior to the 2008 football season and is located at the North end of Delaware Stadium. Live video play-by-play action, replays, and features are shown throughout football, men’s lacrosse, and women’s lacrosse games.
BOB HANNAH STADIUM Baseball
Formerly called Delaware Diamond, Bob Hannah Stadium is the home of the Blue Hen Baseball team. The stadium was renamed in May 2000 in honor of longtime baseball coach Bob Hannah, who announced his retirement after a legendary 36-year career. Features of the stadium include an enclosed press box, an outdoor batting cage, and banners on the outfield fence signifying Delaware’s numerous conference titles and NCAA appearances. The field dimensions are 330 down the left and rightfield lines and 400 to center field while the stadium seats 1,300. Major renovations to the facility will be made prior to the 2014 season including installation of artificial turf, new dugouts and bullpens, batting cages, a seating berm, updated stadium fencing and storage capacity.
SOFTBALL STADIUM The stadium includes seating for approximately 500, a dirt infield, and dugouts. Prior to the 2010 season, the stadium underwent renovations to include new bleachers, a press box, new scoreboard, and batting cages.
ATHLETIC FACILITIES BOB CARPENTER CENTER Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, Volleyball
The Bob Carpenter Center, named in honor of longtime University board of trustee member, athletic benefactor, and former Philadelphia Phillies owner R.R.M. “Bob” Carpenter Jr. who died in 1990, serves as home for the University’s basketball and volleyball programs as well as a site for a wide variety of other events such as convocations, concerts, and banquets. Special features of the facility are a 120-person football locker room, men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, administrative offices, the state-of-the-art Chuck Hall Memorial Weight Room, and athletic training rooms. The BCC also includes a comfortable glass-walled reception lounge area with views into Delaware Stadium and to the Acierno Arena; and a scoreboard with a color video message center. The BCC served as host to the First and Second Rounds of the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament.
This state-of-the-art stadium was dedicated on September 18, 1998. Its construction was made possible, in part, by the generous donation of one UD alumnus: Fred P. Rullo Jr., AS ‘63, a former baseball and football letterwinner, and his wife, Madeleine. Rullo Stadium features an artificial turf surface (Astro Turf-12 surface installed in 2008) covering 122,928 square feet (2.82 acres) permits a full-sized game field for all applicable sports as well as two side-by-side practice areas running across the field. There is bleacher seating for approximately 2,000 fans, lights, a press box, a multi-sport scoreboard and blacktopped parking behind the bleachers.
Rawstrom Natatorium Men’s & Women’s Swimming & Diving
The Harry W. Rawstrom Natatorium in Carpenter Sports Building has served as home for the University of Delaware men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams for over nearly 50 years. Rawstrom Natatorium is named in honor of Harry W. Rawstrom, who served as head coach of the Blue Hen men’s swimming and diving team from 1946 until 1981. A member of the UD Athletics Hall of Fame and Delaware Sports Hall of Fame, Rawstrom passed away in 1994. The pool was dedicated and named in his honor in 1991. The 15,000-square foot natatorium includes a 25-yard pool, a diving well with 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform boards, seating for approximately 700 fans, school and pool record boards, an electrical timing scoreboard and offices.
DELAWARE FIELD HOUSE Men’s & Women’s Tennis, Indoor Practice Facility
The Delaware Field House was constructed in 1966 and is the site of the home outdoor courts for the Women’s and Men’s Tennis teams in addition to locker rooms, athletic offices and an athletic training room. The facility was the home of Blue Hen basketball until the completion of the Bob Carpenter Center. Following the summer of 2013, the Delaware Field House will be transformed into a first-class indoor practice facility with an artificial turf surface; and the total resurfacing of two natural grass soccer practice fields that are also used for summer youth camps.
WHAT’S A BLUE HEN? The University of Delaware’s athletic teams are proud to have one of the most unique nicknames in all of college athletics – “The Fightin’ Blue Hens.” It is a name they carry with pride that stretches back over 200 years of history of the state of Delaware. The Blue Hen nickname has been continuously used by all University of Delaware intercollegiate teams since 1911. On December 9, 1775, the Continental Congress resolved that a military battalion was to be raised from the lower three counties along the Delaware River. Thus was born the Delaware Regiment, a group of eight companies representing New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties. The second company was composed of men from Kent County and was under the command of Captain John Caldwell, an avid fan and owner of gamecocks. The militia often amused themselves by staging cock fights with these birds which were of a breed known as the Kent County Blue Hen, having some blue plumage. The renown of these chickens spread rapidly during that time when cock fighting was a popular form of amusement, and the “Blue Hens’ Chickens” quickly developed a reputation for ferocity and fighting success. Captain Caldwell’s company likewise acquired a considerable reputation for its own fighting prowess in engagements with the British at Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Princeton, and was soon known as “the Blue Hen Chicken” company. One version of the story states that Caldwell’s company rushed into battle screaming “We’re sons of the Blue Hen and we’re game to the end!” Captain Caldwell’s company was part of Col. John Haslet’s first Delaware regiment that formed near the outset of the Revolution in January, 1776, and in August, 1781, remnants of the regiment were still battling at Eutaw Springs, SC. Although often referred to as “The Fighting Delawares,” Haslet’s regiment also won the sobriquet, “The Blue Hen Chickens,” which has become the nickname for all Delawareans. The name was formally adopted by the Delaware General Assembly in April, 1939 when the “Blue Hen Chicken” was named the official state bird. The University of Delaware’s College of Agricultural Sciences maintains a breeding group of the Blue Hen Chicken on its campus farm in Newark. The UD mascot, YoUDee, made his debut in September 1993. YoUDee stands 6-foot, 8-inches tall with a 6-1 wing-span and size 28FF sneakers. Another mascot, the pint-sized Baby Blue, was introduced during the 1999-2000 athletic season. YoUDee is a familiar figure at most University of Delaware athletics events and makes numerous appearances on campus and throughout the community each year.
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE History The University of Delaware, a state assisted institution, is a Land Grant, Sea Grant, Space Grant, Carnegie Research University (very high research activity). UD has origins dating to 1743 when a petition by the Presbytery of Lewes, Delaware, expressed the need for educated clergy led distinguished Colonial scholar, Rev. Dr. Francis Alison, to open a small school in New London, Pa., in 1743. By 1765, the school had been moved to Newark, where in 1769 it received a charter as the Academy of Newark from Thomas and Richard Penn. New Ark College opened as a degree-granting institution in 1834 and the Academy was merged with it. The institution was renamed Delaware College in 1843 and then closed in 1859 because of financial problems. Funds provided by the Morrill LandGrant College Act of 1862 led to its reopening in 1870. The Women’s College was opened in 1914. In 1921, the two colleges – Delaware College and the Women’s College – merged and became the University of Delaware. LOCATION Our location in Newark, Del., provides a comfortable small town college atmosphere. Newark, with a population of approximately 30,000, is midway between New York City and Washington, D.C., and in close proximity to both Philadelphia and Baltimore. The campus is only minutes from Interstate 95 in one of the most heavily populated corridors in the country, and the University is an active participant in a state that is one of the nation’s top corporate centers. CAMPUS The quality of education at the University of Delaware is enhanced by its Newark campus, a 1,000-acre tract featuring stately elm trees and Georgian architecture that gives the University its picturesque and traditional atmosphere. The Delaware campus is one combining beauty and function – an ideal learning environment. Sixteen University buildings are listed on the National Register of Historical Places. At the University of Delaware you learn, but you learn about more than books – you learn about life. Interacting within the diverse 16,000 undergraduate student population provides growth for the total person. Institutional Accreditation The University of Delaware has been continuously accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education since that association’s inception in 1921. The University’s accreditation was reaffirmed in 2011 and its next self-study evaluation is scheduled for 2016. The regional, national and specialized accrediting organizations that accredit UD’s programs and degrees appear at the end of this book. Enrollment Fall 2012 enrollment totals 21,856 which include 17,484 undergraduates, 3,654 graduate students, and 718 professional and continuing studies students. 16,639 (95%) of undergraduate and 2,816 (77%) of graduate students are enrolled on a full-time basis. é With eight distinct undergraduate colleges offering 124 degree programs from which to choose, Delaware allows study in everything from accounting to agriculture, English to engineering, philosophy to physical therapy.
UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE UD offers 3 associate’s programs, 146 bachelor’s programs, 119 master’s programs (with 15 joint degrees offered within), and 58 doctoral programs. Students and graduates are exposed to many research and internship opportunities just minutes from campus at major corporations such as the Bank of America, DuPont Co., Hercules, ICI Americas Inc., Morgan Bank, Chase Manhattan, and a host of others. In addition, more than 700 companies regularly recruit employees from the University’s graduating senior class, putting the University of Delaware among the top schools in the Mid-Atlantic area for career placement. Distinguished Faculty UD’s exceptional faculty includes internationally known authors, scientists and artists, among them a Nobel laureate, Guggenheim and Fulbright fellows, members of the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering and American Association for the Advancement of Science. UD has more than 100 endowed professorships, honoring distinguished teachers and scholars recognized by their peers on campus, across the nation and around the world. Global Perspective A leader in international education, UD offered the first study-abroad program in the world in 1923, and celebrates its 90th anniversary of study abroad in 2013. UD ranks third nationally among public doctoral institutions in study-abroad participation. More than one of every three UD undergraduate students (34.7%) studies overseas; programs are offered in nearly 50 countries. In 2010, the Education Advisory Board’s University Leadership Council cited UD’s study-abroad program as a model. Stellar Scholars UD attracts talented, accomplished students and cultivates an environment in which they thrive. The University has graduated 12 Rhodes scholars since the celebrated program began in 1904. Our most recent Rhodes scholar—2011 graduate Matthew Watters—is now studying global health science at Oxford. UD also produces numerous Marshall and Truman scholars, and has been named a Truman Scholarship Honor Institution for its outstanding record of Truman scholars selected. In 2012, junior chemical and biomolecular engineering major Alexandra Bayles won the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, one of 282 awarded nationwide to students who show exceptional promise in science, technology, engineering and math. Commitment to Community Service In 2012, UD was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction; it was the fifth-straight year that UD was named to the honor roll, and the third time the University earned the even more elite “with distinction” designation. The honor roll is the highest federal recognition for volunteering, service learning and civic engagement. Susan Serra, Office of Service Learning coordinator at UD, said the selection is a tribute to the University. “It’s gratifying to have UD recognized for the outstanding work our faculty and students are doing in reaching out to the community.” More than 12,000 students—over half of UD’s student population—donated 140,000 hours to community service projects in 2010–11, from teaching opera to middle school students, to developing computer databases for the Food Bank of Delaware. The Spirit of Delaware UD’s spirit teams regularly take top honors in national competition. YoUDee, the Fightin’ Blue Hens mascot and a member of the Mascot Hall of Fame, clinched the 2012 Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) national championship in Orlando, Florida—its second-straight championship, and its fourth in 11 years. UD’s cheerleading squad finished second in the UCA Division I championships, and the dance team, also Division I, took second place in the hip-hop finals. The highly regarded UD Marching Band is 300 members strong and performs championship-caliber halftime shows at football games.
NOTABLE BLUE HENS Since its inception in 1743, the University of Delaware has steadily produced some of the most productive and accomplished members of our society. From statesmen to scientists to sports figures, the Blue Hen family boasts a lengthy list of prominent alumni. Delaware is one of only five colleges in the nation to have produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence, a Secretary of State and a Vice President. Harvard, Princeton, William & Mary and Yale anre the only other institutions to have a similarly prestigious alumni base.
Page Kennedy ............. Actor, Desperate Housewives/Weeds Michael F. Koehler ................................. CEO, Teradata Mike Koplove ............2008 Olympic Medalist, Baseball Scott Levy ........................................ Raven of the WWE Charles Lewis.................................... MacArthur Fellow
The Blue Hen family also consists of several worldrenowned inventors, a pioneer in the computer industry. Astronauts and acclaimed aeronautical experts have also been known to call Newark home during their collegiate careers.
Thomas McKean ..............Signer, Declaration of Independence
In the entertainment industry, Delaware has been a steady producer of both top-flight athletes and award-winning entertainers. From Hall of Fame professional athletes to Emmy-nominated actors, Delaware has continued to supply the world with entertainment.
Tom Mees ................................... Original ESPN Anchor
Steve Mosko ........................ President, Sony Television
Kurt Akeley .................. Principal Researcher, Microsoft
Daniel Nathans.............................. Nobel Prize Winner
John L. Anderson............President of Illinois Institute of Tech.
Adam Osborne................................. Computer Pioneer
Susan Barnett ..........Emmy-winning Anchor/Journalist
Jeff Pearlman ................................... Sports Journalist
Joe Biden.................Vice President of the United States
Larry Probst...............Chairman, United States Olympic
Jill Tracy Biden ........... Professor of English at Northern
Committee; Executive Chairman, Entertainment Arts
Virginia Community College;
Joe & Jill Biden
Second Lady of the United States of America
Dave Raymond ......................Original Phillie Phanatic; Owner Raymond Entertainment Group
Scott Brunner ........................ Former NFL Quarterback
George Read ........Signer, Declaration of Independence
Thomas Carper ........................... United States Senator
Ömer Sabanci ............................. Turkish businessman
Bob Carpenter Jr. ............Former Owner, Phila. Phillies
Alex Smith .......................Professional Lacrosse Player
David L. Chicoine ...........President of S. Dakota St. Univ.
James Smith ....... Signer, Declaration of Independence
Chris Christie................................New Jersey Governor
LizAnn Sonders ........Chief Invest. Strategist, C. Schwab
John P. Costas .................... CEO, UBS Investment Bank Elena Delle Donne ...................................WNBA Player
Kevin Mench ..................................Former MLB Player Robin Miller .................................. Host, Food Network
Mike Adams ...................... NFL Safety, Denver Broncos
Richard Dean ............................ Fashion Photographer
Louis McLane ...................................Secretary of State
Leonard Stark ............................ Current Judge for the Joe Flacco
U.S. District Court, Delaware Susan Stroman................................Tony Award-winner
Pat Devlin ............... NFL Quarterback, Miami Dolphins
Ivory Sully ......................................Former NFL Player
Dave DeWalt ..................................... CEO McAfee, Inc.
Mark Swinger ................................... Pilot, Blue Angels
John Elias ............Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Technology
Peter Thejll ................Astrophysicist and climate expert
Joe Flacco......... Baltimore Ravens QB; Super Bowl MVP
George Thorogood.......................................... Musician
Yvette Freeman .......................................... Actress, ER
Dilshad Vadsaria .............................................. Actress
Rich Gannon ......... 2002 NFL MVP; current NFL Analyst Bryan Gordon .....................Emmy-nominated director,
“Curb Your Enthusiasm”
Lodewijk van den Berg ...............Astronaut, Challenger James W. Wagner .................. President of Emory Univ. John Wallace .........................Former Associate Justice,
Robert Gore..................................... Inventor, Gore-Tex
New Jersey Supreme Court
Gino Gradkowski ..............Baltimore Ravens Guard/Center
Wayne Westerman ..............Co-Inventor, Touchscreen Tech.
Dallas Green ........Manager, 1980 Philadelphia Phillies
Marna Whittington ...................... Director, Macy’s, Inc.
Scott Green ...........................Referee, Super Bowl XLIV
Vic Willis ........National Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee
Steve Harris ........Emmy-nominated Actor, The Practice Jacqueline Jones..................MacArthur Fellow Larry Probst
Elena Delle Donne