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Front Row (Sitting L-R): Gabrielle Trudeau, Jenny Connolly, Morgan Farrell, Jill Pierce, Aleksa Akerfelds, Tricia Weaner, Martina Moravcikova, Lindsey Brackens, Caitlin Perks. Middle Row (L-R): Director of Operations Coleman Weibley, Head Swimming Coach Matt Kredich, Breanna Folk, Kennedy Higdon, Tori Lamp, Kathryn Sampson, Kelsey Floyd, Sloane Pitman, Lindsay Gendron, Mary Kate McNeilis, Atlantis Wilkins, Skye Sanders, Jodie McGroarty, Assistant Swimming Coach Jennifer Woodruff, Head Diving Coach Dave Parrington, Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach Scott Savor. Top Row (L-R): Graduate Assistant Jessica Hart, Athletic Trainer Veronica Carmazzi, Alex Frasier, Caroline Reeves, Tori Richmond, Brooke Watson, Kirstyn Colonias, Abbie Alton, Samara Gelb, Maddie Garrett, Julianne Wilson, Lauren Solernou, Courtney Ciesielski, Grace Anne Sanderson, Volunteer Diving Coach Brian Pritt, Manager Mitch McDonald.

2010-11 Lady Vol Swimming and Diving Roster Name Aleksa Akerfelds Abbie Alton Lindsey Brackens Courtney Ciesielski Kirstyn Colonias Jenny Connolly Morgan Farrell Kelsey Floyd Breanna Folk Alex Frasier Maddie Garrett Samara Gelb Lindsay Gendron Kennedy Higdon Tori Lamp Jodie McGroarty Mary Kate McNeilis Martina Moravcikova Caitlin Perks Jill Pierce Sloane Pitman Caroline Reeves Tori Richmond Kathryn Sampson Skye Sanders Grace Anne Sanderson Lauren Solernou Gabrielle Trudeau Brooke Watson Tricia Weaner Atlantis Wilkins Julianne Wilson

Event Distance Free, IM Free, Back Free Back, IM Breast Back, Fly, Free Free, Back, Fly, IM Fly, Back, Free Breast, IM Free Fly, Free Breast, IM, Fly Free, IM Free, Fly, IM Diving Diving Free, Back Breast, IM Free Diving Free Breast IM, Free, Breast, Fly Fly, Free Diving Free Back Diving Fly, IM Back, Free, Fly, IM Sprint, Free Diving

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

Yr. Hometown/Previous School/College Sr. Bronxville, N.Y. (Bronxville) RS-So. Lawrenceville, Ga. (Dacula) RS-So. Memphis, Tenn. (Briarcrest Christian) Fr. Marietta, Ga. (Lassiter) Jr. Danville, Calif. (California) Jr. West Lafayette, Ind. (Harrison) Sr. Pensacola, Fla. (B.T. Washington) So. Lexington, Ky. (Tates Creek) So. Mohrsville, Pa. (Schuylkill Valley) Fr. New Bedford, Mass. (New Bedford) Jr. Nashville, Tenn. (Harpeth Hall) Jr. Clarksville, Md. (River Hill) Fr. Bloomington, Ill. (Normal Community) Fr. Knoxville, Tenn. (Bearden) RS-Fr. Knoxville, Tenn. (Bearden) Jr. Sheffield, England (Norton College) Fr. Dublin, Ohio (Dublin Scioto) Sr. Prague, Czech Republic (Gymnazium J.G. Jarkovskeho) Jr. Warrenton, Va. (Fauquier) Sr. Knoxville, Tenn. (South-Doyle) So. Chattanooga, Tenn. (Baylor School) Fr. Milton, Tenn. (Oakland) Jr. Palm City, Fla. (Bolles School) So. McMinnville, Ore. (McMinnville) So. Knoxville, Tenn. (South-Doyle) Fr. Nashville, Tenn. (Harpeth Hall) Fr. Waterbury, Conn. (Sacred Heart) Jr. Montreal, Canada (Vanier College) So. Memphis, Tenn. (White Station) Sr. Gettysburg, Pa. (Gettysburg Area) Jr. Bolingbrook, Ill. (Neuqua Valley High) Fr. Chattanooga, Tenn. (Girls Preparatory)

Head Coach: Matt Kredich (6th season, Duke ‘88) Assistant Coach: Jennifer Woodruff (6th season, Michigan ‘01) Head Diving Coach: Dave Parrington (21st season, Houston ‘83)


Lady Vol Swimming and Diving Quick Facts

Table of Contents

Location....................................................................... Knoxville, TN 37996 Mailing Address................................................117 Stokely Athletics Center Enrollment......................................................................................... 27,101 Founded.................................................................. 1794 as Blount College Nickname.........................................................Lady Volunteers (Lady Vols) Colors.............................................................................. Orange and White Natatorium (Capacity)...........................Allan Jones Aquatic Center (3,800) Conference.................................................................. Southeastern (SEC) Affiliation............................................................................. NCAA Division I Interim President..................................Dr. Jan Simek (UC Santa Cruz, ’76) Chancellor.............................................Dr. Jimmy Cheek (Texas A&M, ’69) Faculty Athletics Rep...................................Dr. Dan Murphy (New Mexico, ’77) Women’s Athletics Director.....................................Joan Cronan (LSU, ’66) Sr. Assoc. A.D.......................................... Donna Thomas (Tennessee, ’88) Sr. Assoc. A.D - External Operations............Chris Fuller (Shepherd College, ’86) Sr. Assoc. A.D.-Business Operations................ Bill Myers (Tennessee, ’92) Assoc. A.D. – Communications ........... Jimmy Stanton (Southwestern, ’96) Assoc. A.D. – Media Relations ............... Debby Jennings (Tennessee, ’77) Assoc. A.D. – Media Relations .......................... Bud Ford (Tennessee, ’66) Assoc. A.D. – Development ................ Dara Worrell (Tennessee Tech, ’93) Assoc. A.D. – Sports Medicine....... Jenny Moshak (Western Michigan, ’85) Asst. A.D. – Ticket Operations........... Joe Arnone (Merrimack College ’88) Asst. A.D. – Business & Internal Affairs...Angie Boyd Keck (Tennessee, ’94) Asst. A.D. – Compliance & Operations.........Todd Dooley (Tennessee, ’97) Asst. A.D. – Strength & Conditioning.........Heather Mason (Cincinnati, ’96) Marketing and Promotions Director......... Jimmy Delaney (Tennessee, ’02) Assoc. Director of Internet Communications...........Chris Echols (Tusculum, ’02) Asst. Director of Internet Communications.....Drew Edwards (Tennessee, ’03) COACHING STAFF Head Swimming Coach.........................................Matt Kredich (Duke, ’88) Kredich’s Overall Record................................................... 104-52/18 years Kredich’s Record at Tennessee.........................................25-15/Five years Head Diving Coach.....................................Dave Parrington (Houston, ’83) Asst. Swimming Coach............................Jennifer Woodruff (Michigan, ’01) Swimming Graduate Assistant........................... Jessica Hart (Wagner, ’10) Swimming Manager................................. Mitch McDonald (Tennessee,’09) MEDIA RELATIONS Mailing Address....................................................................P.O. Box 15016 ..................................................................................... Knoxville, TN 37901 Grad. Asst./Swimming & Diving Contact.....Todd Mounce (Youngstown State ’10) Mounce’s E-Mail Address............................................... tmounce@utk.edu Mounce’s Direct Line........................................................... (865) 974-0311 Media Relations Fax............................................................(865) 974-8875 Lady Vol Twitter.............................................. www.twitter.com/UTLadyVols Lady Vol Web Site........................................................ www.utladyvols.com TEAM INFORMATION 2009-10 Overall Dual Meet Record........................................................ 3-4 2009-10 SEC Dual Meet Record............................................................ 3-2 2010 SEC Championships Finish........................................................... 4th 2010 NCAA Championships Finish....................................................... 13th Letterwinners Returning/Lost................................................................ 22/4 Newcomers.............................................................................................. 10

about the covers Pictured on the front cover of the 2010-11 University of Tennessee Swimming & Diving Media Guide are (clockwise from top left) seniors Aleksa Akerfelds and Jill Pierce and junior Jenny Connolly. Both Akerfelds and Connolly are returning All-Americans for the Orange and White. The back cover features UT’s five seniors, as Akerfelds and Pierce are joined by Martina Moravcikova, Morgan Farrell and Tricia Weaner. The four swimmers have all competed at the NCAA Championships, while Pierce qualified for the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships.

GENERAL INFORMATION 2010-11 Team Photo and Roster...........................Inside Front Cover Quick Facts....................................................................................... 1 Media Information............................................................................. 2 2010-11 SEASON PREVIEW 2010-11 Season Preview............................................................... 4-5 Squad Analysis................................................................................. 6 MEET THE COACHES/STAFF Head Swimming Coach Matt Kredich............................................ 8-9 Head Diving Coach Dave Parrington......................................... 10-11 Asst. Swimming Coach Jennifer Woodruff...................................... 12 Swimming and Diving Support Staff.......................................... 13-14 MEET THE LADY VOLS 2010-11 Lady Volunteer Seniors................................................ 16-20 2010-11 Lady Volunteer Returnees........................................... 21-30 2010-11 Lady Volunteer Newcomers......................................... 31-33 Quoting the Lady Vols..................................................................... 34 2009-10 SEASON IN REVIEW 2009-10 Season In Review........................................................ 36-37 2009-10 Top Times and Scores...................................................... 38 2009-10 Results and Box Scores................................................... 39 2010 SEC and NCAA Championship Results................................. 40 SEC AND NCAA HISTORY The Southeastern Conference....................................................... 42 The SEC Championships.......................................................... 43-44 SEC Opponents.............................................................................. 45 The NCAA Championships........................................................ 46-49 Returning All-Americans................................................................. 50 LADY VOL HISTORY Lady Vols on National Teams.................................................... 52-53 Lady Vol Honors........................................................................ 54-58 Lady Vol Top Performances/Performers.................................... 59-63 Year-by-Year Results and Coaching Records................................ 64 All-Time Records Versus Opponents.............................................. 65 All-Time Results......................................................................... 66-69 All-Time Roster.......................................................................... 70-72 THIS IS TENNESSEE The University of Tennessee.......................................................... 74 Welcome to Knoxville..................................................................... 74 History of Lady Vol Athletics........................................................... 75 Women’s Athletic Director Joan Cronan......................................... 76 Lady Vol Traditions and Endowments............................................. 77 The Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center......................... 78-80 The Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center..... Inside Back Cover

Credits The 2010-11 swimming and diving media guide was written, edited and designed by Todd Mounce, Debby Jennings, Eric Trainer, Brian Davis, Cameron Harris, Zach Stipe and Donnie Conley. The guide was printed by UT Graphic Arts Services. Exterior cover design done by John Schaffhauser, Schaffhauser Design, Inc. Photographs by Nick Myers of UT Photography Center, Athletics Department Photographer Elizabeth Olivier, William Ewart and Zach Stipe. PAN E01-0245-061-004-011

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Media Information MEDIA INFORMATION TODD MOUNCE • Media Relations Graduate Asst. Todd Mounce is in his first year as a graduate assistant with the UT Athletic Media Relations Department. He serves as the contact for women’s swimming and diving. Todd came to Knoxville from Youngstown, Ohio, where he graduated from Youngstown State with a degree in journalism in May 2010. At YSU, Mounce worked in the sports information department for two and a half years as the contact for men’s and women’s cross country, track and field and golf. The Youngstown native is pursuing a master’s degree in sport management.

UT MEDIA RELATIONS

The 2010-11 women’s swimming and diving media guide has been written to provide members of the media with statistics and information needed to adequately cover the Lady Vols throughout the season. Requests for media credentials for home meets should be made through the media relations office. If this publication does not answer your questions or you need further assistance, please contact Todd Mounce in the UT Athletic Media Relations office at (865) 974-0311.

MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION (Overnight Mail Address) 1720 Volunteer Blvd. Knoxville, TN 37996 Office Phone: (865) 974-0311 Nights/Weekends: (330) 607-3260 Office Fax: (865) 974-8875 E-mail: tmounce@utk.edu

STATISTICAL SERVICES

Media guides, flipcards, and updated notes and statistics will be available prior to each meet. For fax service, please contact UT media relations contact Todd Mounce prior to the beginning of competition. Services provided include statistics generated from the Hy-Tek Swim Meet Progam. Complete results will be sent via e-mail to the sports information office of visiting teams at the conclusion of the event. If no media relations representative is traveling with the opposing team, arrangements should be made in advance for additional services to be provided in their absence.

INTERVIEWS

Head swimming coach Matt Kredich, head diving coach Dave Parrington and members of the Lady Vol swimming and diving team can be reached for interviews through the Tennessee Athletic Media Relations office. To schedule a meeting time or set up a phone interview, please contact Todd Mounce.

LADY VOL SOCIAL MEDIA

The University of Tennessee Athletics Department provides its fans with exciting ways to follow the Lady Vols via social media outlets Facebook and Twitter. The Tennessee Athletics Facebook site allows Big Orange fans to follow the athletics department and its teams from wall post, polls, video content, special offers and giveaways while also giving fans a chance to discuss Lady Vol or Vol-related topics with each other. The Facebook address is www.facebook.com/tennesseeathletics. To follow the Lady Vols on Twitter, go to www.twitter.com/UTLadyVols.

HONORS

The 2009-10 women’s swimming and diving media guide was selected as the fourth best in the nation by the College Sports Information Directors of America. The cover was inspired by a “T is for Team” theme and incorporated a bracelet that symbolizes the hopes that the Lady Vols shape their team to express the inscription: “T is for Team.”

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Phone Directory Media Outlets (Area code 865 unless noted) Outlet Phone Fax Associated Press (Knoxville).................. 522-3963...................523-5904. Chattanooga Times Free Press.....(423) 757-6357......... (423) 757-6383 Kingsport Times News...................(423) 246-8121......... (423) 392-1385 Knoxville News-Sentinel......................... 342-6259...................342-6402 Maryville Daily News............................... 981-1145...................981-1175 Morristown Citizen-Tribune............(423) 581-5630......... (423) 392-1385 Rocky Top News..................................... 558-9791...................558-9221 Swimming World............................(928) 284-4005......... (928) 284-2477 The Tennessean (Nashville)..........(615) 259-8010......... (615) 259-8826 USA Today.....................................(703) 276-3735......... (703) 276-3721 UT Daily Beacon..................................... 974-3226...................974-5569 WATE-TV 6 (ABC)/WTNZ-TV 43 (FOX). 637-6397...................523-3561 WBIR-TV 10 (NBC)................................. 637-1272...................522-7341 WNML-AM & FM..................................... 588-6511...................558-4218 WUTK-FM............................................... 974-2228...................974-2814 WVLT-TV 8 (CBS)................................... 450-8880...................584-1978

ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT (Area code 865 unless noted) Academics................................................................................974-1250 Aquatic Center Phone...............................................................974-4165 Aquatic Center Pool Deck.........................................................974-2294 Women’s Athletics Director.......................................................974-0001 Compliance/Operations............................................................974-3871 Development.............................................................................974-0001 Marketing/Promotions...............................................................974-1734 Media Relations Main Office.....................................................974-1212 Media Relations Fax.................................................................974-8875 Media Relations Cell Phone (Mounce)........................... (330) 718-6040 Strength and Conditioning........................................................974-4275 Swimming & Diving Fax............................................................974-1287 Swimming & Diving Office........................................................974-0833 Swimming & Diving Secretary..................................................974-6869 Ticket Office..............................................................................656-1200 Training Room..........................................................................974-6485 University Information...............................................................974-4275

LADY VOLS ON THE WEB The newly-designed UTLadyVols. com is the official online home for Lady Vol Athletics. Here, fans can find schedules, results, rosters, player bios and stats. There is unique content like photo galleries of events, behindthe-scenes features, video highlights and features from UTSports.tv, video interviews with players and coaches, as well as the latest news on every women’s team on campus. There’s also live streaming audio of every women’s basketball game and many other events throughout the year. UTLadyVols.com also provides free streaming video of select events throughout the year. By using CBS Interactive’s GameTracker, fans can also follow the action online with live stats.

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2010-11 SEASON PREVIEW

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Season Preview Entering the 2010-11 swimming and diving campaign, the University of Tennessee Lady Vols have their collective sights set on maintaining a foothold among the nation’s best teams. The squad has finished in the top-15 at the NCAA Championships five straight years, a feat that had never been accomplished before head coach Matt Kredich landed at Rocky Top in 2005. Now in year six of the Kredich era, the Lady Vols will look to take one of the top swimming and diving programs in the country to new heights behind a standout cast of 32 team members, including six returning All-Americans. “I expect that this team, like every team that I’ve coached, will compete for championships. Kredich explained. “We’ll walk into every meet prepared to compete for the win in every heat and in every round of diving. If we aren’t aiming for the highest level, we’re limiting ourselves and Tennessee.” Joining Kredich in preparing this year’s edition for the 2010-11 season are assistant Jennifer Woodruff, now in her sixth year, and diving coach Dave Parrington, who in his 21st year and has directed a combined 32 men and women to Southeastern Conference titles. Highlighting this year’s roster are some key All-America performers from the last two seasons. Included in that group are seniors Morgan Farrell and Aleksa Akerfelds as well as junior Jenny Connolly and sophomore Kelsey Floyd – half of UT’s NCAA runner-up 200y medley relay team from a year ago who all garnered All-America status. Senior Tricia Weaner and junior diver Gabrielle Trudeau also captured AllAmerica accolades in 2009. Connolly and Floyd joined 2010 seniors Alex Barsanti and Michele King on the national runner-up medley relay that also captured the SEC title in the event. The second-place performance marked the highest relay finish ever for a Lady Vol quartet. Connolly will headline the backstroke group, as she is coming off a seventh-place finish at the NCAAs in the 100y back, her signature event. “Jenny has established herself as one of the best meet performers that Tennessee has ever seen,” Kredich said. “The combination of her speed and experience put her in a central position to help lead the team’s run for the SEC and NCAA titles.” Floyd will headline the fly group along with Connolly, but she is also one of UT’s most versatile performers. Tabbed SEC Freshman Swimmer of the Week four times last season, the Lexington, Ky., native is poised for a breakout year. “Kelsey’s freshman year was a powerful learning experience, and she blossomed into one of the SEC’s finest and most versatile swimmers,” Kredich said. “With a great summer under her belt, we expect to see some eye-popping performances emerge by the end of this season.” Akerfelds, one of the greatest distance swimmers in Big Orange history and multi-

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Junior Samara Gelb broke the school record in the 200y breast at the 2010 SEC Championships, where she finished third.

event stars Farrell and Weaner are joined in the senior class by three-time NCAA qualifier Martina Moravcikova and diver Jill Pierce. All four swimmers have competed at the NCAA Championships, while Pierce has competed in the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships. That core group will be looked upon to replace the leadership as well as some of the scoring production of last year’s seniors, Barsanti, an SEC champion, King, a 21-time All-American, Jamie Saffer and Bryttany Curran. “Last year’s seniors set a very powerful example by coming together at the beginning of the season and agreeing that they would always present a united front to the team and work out their differences behind the scenes,” Kredich said. “That unified leadership was incredibly strong, and I would love to have our seniors do the same this year.” The backstroke group will have a good balance of experience and youth as Connolly, Farrell, Floyd and Weaner all return and will be joined by redshirt sophomore Abbie Alton and freshmen Courtney Cieselski, Mary Kate McNeilis and Lauren Solernou. Connolly will contend for SEC and national titles in both back events, while Farrell and Weaner will be looking to reach NCAAs in the 100y and 200y back for the fourth straight season. Floyd had the fourth-fastest time on the team in the 100y back a year ago, while Alton showed flashes of nationallevel abilities in 2008-09. As for the rookies, Ciesielski earned five National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association high school All-America certificates on relays and in the 100y back before her senior year even started at Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga. McNeilis captured the Ohio State High School championship in the 100y back in 2009, breaking her own state record with a time of 54.30. Over Solernou’s prep career, she shattered 13 Connecticut records as a star for Sacred Heart High School in Waterbury, Conn. The breaststroke group will be without the

graduated duo of Barsanti and Saffer, two of the greatest breaststrokers ever to pull on the Lady Vol swim cap. Saffer garnered four All-America certificates and an SEC title in her career, while Barsanti snatched three All-America awards and an SEC relay championship. Their leadership paved the way for Moravcikova, who is the lone senior on the breaststroke squad, but is a veteran, who swam in the 100y and 200y events the last three seasons. She also holds the eighth fastest 200y breast time in UT history. “Martina has developed into the quintessential quiet leader,” said Kredich. “She continually looks for ways to improve and is on a mission to make a big impact at SECs and NCAAs this season.” In addition to Moravcikova’s experience, the Lady Vol record holder in the 200y breast returns in junior Samara Gelb. Gelb broke the UT record by 0.8 seconds, touching in 2:10.34 to take bronze in the event at the SEC Championships. “Sam figured a lot of things out last year and was able to have some fantastic swims, but we feel like she’s just beginning to scratch the surface of what she can do,” Kredich explained. “She’ll be an integral part of our breaststroke group at SEC’s and NCAAs.” Joining Moravcikova and Gelb in the breast events are juniors Kirstyn Colonias and Tori Richmond, sophomore Breanna Folk and freshman Caroline Reeves. Colonias swam season-best times in the 100y and 200y breasts last season at the SEC Championships, while Richmond ranks seventh on the UT performance list the 200y breast. Folk will look to continue her success from her freshman campaign, as she competed in the 100y and 200y breasts at last season’s NCAA meet. She also dashed to a thirdplace performance (1:00.30) in the 100y breast at SEC’s. Reeves is a three-time NISCA high school All-American in the 100y breast and broke her own state record in winning the 100y

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Season Preview breast at the 2009 Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships The butterfly corps will be a deep one. Eight return to the collection, which also will be infused by three newcomers. Connolly and Floyd rank second and third on UT’s 100y fly all-time performer’s list, while Floyd holds the second fastest time in Lady Vol history in the 200y fly. Also in the fly group will be Farrell and Weaner, juniors Maddie Garrett, Gelb and Richmond, sophomores Folk, Kathryn Sampson and Brooke Watson and freshman Kennedy Higdon. In the 100y fly, Watson is the third-fastest performer in UT history and ranks sixth on the Orange and White performers list in the 200y fly. Joining Watson on the 200y fly list are Weaner, who ranks eighth on the list and Garrett and Richmond, who rank 10th and 11th. Akerfelds has had the most success in the distance freestyle events, as she is the school record holder in the 500y, 1,000y and 1,650y free events. Last season, she finished 15th in the 1,650y free at the NCAAs. “Aleksa has become exactly what we envision for our seniors,” Kredich said. “She’s one of the greatest competitors in our team’s history, and she makes everyone around her better.” Also competing in the distance free events will be Garrett and redshirt sophomore Lindsey Brackens. Brackens did not compete last season but swam the secondand third-fastest team times for the Lady Vols in the 1,000y and 500y frees during her freshman campaign in 2008-09. In the middle and sprint free events, the Big Orange expects to have a pool of 17 available swimmers. Of those 17, Alton, Connolly, juniors Caitlin Perks and Atlantis Wilkins, Farrell, Floyd and Weaner all rank in the top 20 of the UT performers list. Newcomers to the group will be Higdon, McNeilis, Alex Frasier, Lindsay Gendron and Grace Ann Sanderson. Frasier captured consecutive state championships in the 100y free in Massachusetts and set high school marks in the 50y free, 100y free, 200y free and 500y free. Gendron collected an Illinois state championship in the 100y free in her only season competing for her high school. Sanderson led Harpeth Hall to a runnerup team finish at the 2010 Tennessee State High School Swimming and Diving Championships, placing fourth in the 200y free and anchored the 200y free and 400y free relays to second-and third-place finishes. The individual medley group has the potential to be a major strength for the Lady Vols behind Folk and Akerfelds. Folk holds the fourth-fastest UT time in the 200y IM and Gelb, Moravcikova, Richmond and Weaner are all on the UT all-time top-performers list. Akerfelds has been nothing short of dominant in the 400y IM. The Bronxville, N.Y., native holds the five fastest times in the event in the program’s history, including breaking her own school record last February at the SEC meet, en route to seventh place. Higdon and Ciesielski will be the group’s

two newcomers. Higdon shared the Tennessee Swimmer of the Year award in 2009 with current teammate Sloane Pitman, after winning the 200y IM and nabbing a second-straight runner-up placement in the 500y free at the Tennessee State High School Swimming and Diving Championships. Over in the diving wells, Parrington welcomes back four divers and adds a pair of state champions to his crew. Trudeau was an All-American in the platform event in 2008 after finishing 13th at the NCAA Championships, while Pierce is the school record holder on the platform (five dives) and will provide leadership to the group. Jodie McGroarty will be at full health this season, after recovering from last year’s shoulder injury. She took third on the 3-meter at SECs in 2009. Skye Sanders will look to improve in her second season in Orange and White after scoring on the tower at the conference meet as a rookie. Tori Lamp was on last year’s squad, but redshirted due to injuries. She should have an immediate impact, however, as her high school résumé includes finishing second on the platform at the Speedo USA Diving Spring National Championship, making the U.S. team for the FINA Canada Cup and advancing to the semifinals. Additionally, she set the state record on the 1-meter board en route to claiming her second straight state title at the 2009 Tennessee State High School Swimming and Diving Championships. Also new to the group this season is Julianne Wilson. An extremely versatile athlete, she earned high school All-America accolades in her junior and senior seasons and was the Tennessee state champion in the 1-meter dive in 2007 and 2010. She also holds her high school’s record in the high jump. “I am excited at the prospects of this balanced group of divers,” Parrington said. “We have experienced leaders in Jill Pierce, Gabbi Trudeau and Jodie McGroarty who certainly have the potential to build on their previous successes and a group of younger divers who have the talent to develop into excellent divers before seasons end.” The deep and talented squad won’t have to travel far for half of its meets, as seven of its 14 competitions will be held at the Allan

Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center. “We love swimming at home, and it turns out this year we’re at home a lot,” Kredich said. “Our team loves to compete at the highest level, and it’s great for us that we don’t need to travel very far to get that kind of competition.” The Lady Vols kick off the season with two home meets, as SEC foe Arkansas comes to town on Oct. 16 and BIG EAST member Louisville invades Rocky Top on Oct. 21. The Orange and White will then travel to “The Bluegrass State” to face their next two opponents in the University of the Cumberlands on Oct. 29 and the Wildcats of the University of Kentucky on the following day, Oct. 30. Tennessee’s next four meets will be back in Knoxville, starting with the Tennessee Invitational, which will include Kentucky, Alabama and Virginia Tech, on Nov. 18-20. The new year will start off with the Tennessee Diving Invitational on Jan. 3-5, followed by two home dual meets against Virginia on Jan. 8 and last season’s SEC champion, Georgia, on Jan. 22. A week later the team will journey to Gainesville, Fla., on Jan. 29, to face off against the Florida Gators, the defending NCAA champions. The Stephen C. O’Connell Center Natatorium will be the Lady Vols’ “home away from home” in the month of February, as the championship portion of the schedule opens up. The UT diving team returns to Gainesville, Feb. 11-13 to compete in the SEC Diving Championships. Three days later, the SEC Swimming Championships will take place on the UF campus and run through Feb. 19. “This is the most competitive conference in the country from top to bottom,” Kredich said. “We’ve regularly had seven of our nine teams in the top 25, and we’ve won more NCAA titles than any other conference in the past 15 years.” The season winds down with UT’s Last Chance meet in Knoxville on Feb. 25-26, followed by the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships, March 10-12. The University of Texas then will serve as the host site for the NCAA Championships on March 17-19, where the Lady Vols will look to eclipse their 13th-place finishes from each of the last two seasons.

Senior Aleksa Akerfelds, who holds UT records in the 500y, 1000y and 1650y frees, is one of several Lady Vols who should contend for All-America honors in 2010-11.

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Squad Analysis BY CLASS Seniors (5): Juniors (9):

Sophomores (8):

Freshman (10):

Aleksa Akerfelds, Morgan Farrell, Martina Moravcikova, Jill Pierce, Tricia Weaner Kirstyn Colonias, Jenny Connolly, Maddie Garrett, Samara Gelb, Jodie McGroarty, Caitlin Perks, Tori Richmond, Gabrielle Trudeau, Atlantis Wilkins Abbie Alton, Lindsey Brackens, Kelsey Floyd, Breana Folk, Sloane Pitman, Kathryn Sampson, Skye Sanders, Brooke Watson Courtney Ciesielski, Alex Frasier, Lindsay Gendron, Kennedy Higdon, Tori Lamp, Mary Kate McNeilis, Caroline Reeves, Grace Ann Sanderson, Lauren Solernou, Julianne Wilson

BY EVENT Backstroke (8): Breaststroke (6): Butterfly (11): Distance Freestyle (3): Diving (6): Individual Medley (11): Mid Freestyle (17): Sprint Freestyle (6):

Abbie Alton, Courtney Ciesielski, Jenny Connolly, Morgan Farrell, Kelsey Floyd, Mary Kate McNeilis, Lauren Solernou, Tricia Weaner Kirstyn Colonias, Breana Folk, Samara Gelb, Martina Moravcikova, Tori Richmond, Caroline Reeves Jenny Connolly, Morgan Farrell, Kelsey Floyd, Breana Folk, Maddie Garrett, Samara Gelb, Kennedy Higdon, Tori Richmond, Kathryn Sampson, Brooke Watson, Tricia Weaner Aleksa Akerfelds, Lindsey Brackens, Maddie Garrett Tori Lamp, Jodie McGroarty, Jill Pierce, Skye Sanders, Gabrielle Trudeau, Julianne Wilson Aleksa Akerfelds, Courtney Ciesielski, Morgan Farrell, Breana Folk, Lindsay Gendron, Samara Gelb, Kennedy Higdon, Martina Moravcikova, Tori Richmond, Brooke Watson, Tricia Weaner Abbie Alton, Lindsey Brackens, Jenny Connolly, Morgan Farrell, Kelsey Floyd, Alex Frasier, Maddie Garrett, Lindsay Gendron, Kennedy Higdon, Mary Kate McNeilis, Caitlin Perks, Sloane Pitman, Tori Richmond, Grace Ann Sanderson, Brooke Watson, Kathryn Sampson, Tricia Weaner Abbie Alton, Jenny Connolly, Alex Frasier, Caitlin Perks, Sloane Pitman, Atlantis Wilkins

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Aleksa Akerfelds............................................. uh-LEX-uh AYE-cur-felds Courtney Ciesielski...............................................................SEE-sell-ski Kirstyn Colonias............................................................. cuh-LOWN-e-iss Morgan Farrell............................................................................. FAIR-ul Samara Gelb.................................................................... suh-MARE-uh Lindsay Gendron......................................................................JEN-dron Mary Kate McNeilis........................................................... mic-NEAL-iss Jodie McGroarty.............................................................. mic-GROAR-ty Martina Moravcikova...................................................mo-RAV-sik-OV-a Lauren Solernou...................................................................so-LAIR-no Gabrielle Trudeau................................................................. tru-DOUGH

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BY MAJOR Advertising (3): Aleksa Akerfelds, Samara Gelb, Julianne Wilson Anthropology (1): Kennedy Higdon Arts & Sciences (4): Kirstyn Colonias, Breana Folk, Skye Sanders, Brooke Watson Biochemistry & Cellular & Molecular Biology/Pre-Med (1): Atlantis Wilkins Business (1): Abbie Alton Business-Accounting (1): Caitlin Perks Business-Finance (1): Gabrielle Trudeau College Scholars/Pre-Med (1): Jill Pierce Communication & Information (3): Lindsey Brackens, Tori Lamp, Jodie McGroarty, Economics (1): Tori Richmond Engineering - Civil (1): Alex Frasier Exercise Science (3): Mary Kate McNeilis, Kathryn Sampson Finance/Enterprise Management (1): Tricia Weaner Global Studies (1): Sloane Pitman Global Studies/ Language & World Business (1): Martina Moravcikova Journalism (1): Nursing (1): Nutrition (1): Psychology (2): Psychology/Pre-Med (1): Recreation & Leisure Studies (1): Sport Management (1): Sports Medicine (1):

Courtney Ciesielski Lauren Solernou Lindsay Gendron Morgan Farrell, Grace Ann Sanderson Maddie Garrett Jenny Connolly Kelsey Floyd Caroline Reeves

BY STATE/COUNTRY California (1): Canada (1): Connecticut (1): Czech Republic (1): England (1): Florida (2): Georgia (2): Illinois (2): Indiana (1): Kentucky (1): Maryland (1): Massachusetts (1): New York (1): Ohio (1): Oregon (1): Pennsylvania (2): Tennessee (11):

Virginia (1):

Kirstyn Colonias Gabrielle Trudeau Lauren Solernou Martina Moravcikova Jodie McGroarty Morgan Farrell, Tori Richmond Abbie Alton, Courtney Ciesielski Lindsay Gendron, Atlantis Wilkins Jenny Connolly Kelsey Floyd Samara Gelb Alex Frasier Aleksa Akerfelds Mary Kate McNeilis Kathryn Sampson Breana Folk, Tricia Weaner Lindsey Brackens, Maddie Garrett, Kennedy Higdon, Tori Lamp, Sloane Pitman, Caroline Reeves, Skye Sanders, Grace Ann Sanderson, Jill Pierce, Brooke Watson, Julianne Wilson Caitlin Perks

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MEET THE COACHES

In This Section Head Swimming Coach Matt Kredich................................... 8-9 Head Diving Coach Dave Parrington............................... 10-11 Asst. Swimming Coach Jennifer Woodruff.......................... 12 Swimming and Diving Support Staff............................... 13-14


Meet The Coaches MATT

KREDICH

HEAD SWIMMING COACH SIXTH SEASON

Success has followed Tennessee head women’s swimming coach Matt Kredich at every stop of his career, and his five-year tenure on Rocky Top has been no different. After turning around the men’s and women’s swimming teams at Brown and the women’s squad at Richmond, Kredich has led the Lady Vols to unprecedented success. Since Christine Magnuson’s historic 2007-2008 season, which she began as a relative unknown and finished as a 23time All-American, four-time Southeastern Conference Champion and Swimmer of the Year, NCAA Champion, Olympic Trials Champion, american record-holder and double silver medalist in Beijing, the attention of the swimming world has begun to focus on the unique technical, teaching and training concepts that Kredich and his assistants have developed over nearly 20 years of coaching. Magnuson’s Olympic success surprised

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many people, but not anyone who has been part of the program for the past five years, including those who had been present at the first team meeting at Tennessee. This was when Kredich told the team “We’re going to have a program that represents the best in college swimming and diving. This means we will achieve excellence in every facet of the sport, and we will aim for and achieve success at the highest level of competition. This means that this team will be the home of Olympic medalists.” Although in 2005 this was a surprising statement for some of the team to hear, the message came through loud and clear to Magnuson, and to those who have followed. The team goal of having individuals win events at the 2012 Olympic Trials and 2012 Olympic Games is now a central part of the team culture. Under Kredich’s direction the Lady Vols have broken 18-of-19 Tennessee swimming records, had 19 different athletes garner 120 All-America awards and finished in the top15 at the NCAA Championships for a UTrecord five consecutive seasons. In 2009-10, six Lady Vols, including five repeat All-Americans, captured 21 All-America certificates in nine events. As a team, the Big Orange brought back its second consecutive 13th-place finish at the NCAA meet back to Rocky Top.

The 200y medley relay squad of Jenny Connolly, Alex Barsanti, Kelsey Floyd and Michele King set the best relay time in UT history to finish second in the nation. Freshmen Samara Gelb and Kelsey Floyd both burst onto the scene as well. Gelb set a Lady Vol record in the 200y breast at the SEC Championships and Floyd earned All-America honors in four relay events In summer 2010, Magnuson won her third straight U.S. title in the 100m fly and current Lady Vols Tricia Weaner, Morgan Farrell, Aleksa Akerfelds, Connolly, Tori Richmond, Kirstyn Colonias, Brooke Watson, Floyd and Breanna Folk all competed at the ConocoPhillips USA National Championships as well. The UT success last season in the pool carried over outside of it, as the Lady Vols were dominant in the academic arena as well. Last season, Tennessee was named a College Swimming Coaches Association Scholar All-America Team by having a team GPA above a 3.00, 17 members of the UT women’s swimming program were named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. Along with the All-America accolades and academic honors, UT athletes have earned 33 SEC medals and 10 conference championships under Kredich. In 2008-09, Kredich guided eight Lady Vols to 20 All-America certificates, as the Big Orange sent a school-record 12 participants to the national championship meet in College Station, Texas, where UT placed 13th. There, the 200y medley relay team of King, Jamie Saffer, Weaner and Connolly became the first relay in school history to place in the top three at the NCAA meet. King and Saffer also became the second and third Lady Vols to capture SEC individual titles under Kredich, as the Big Orange

• Coached 2008 Olympic silver medalist and 100m fly American record holder Christine Magnuson • Coached 19 All-Americans to 120 certificates in five years at UT • Athletes have set 18 Lady Vol records, including new marks in all five relays. • Directed Richmond to four consecutive Atlantic-10 championships, and his athletes set 50 school records. • Four-time Atlantic-10 Coach of the Year • Led Brown women’s team to four straight league titles • Energized men’s swimming team at Brown to four consecutive winning seasons

Year-by-year results Year W L AT BROWN * 1993-2001 50 26 AT RICHMOND 2001-02 11 2 2002-03 4 2 2003-04 10 2 2004-05 4 5 AT TENNESSEE 2005-06 5 2 2006-07 4 4 2007-08 5 3 2008-09 8 2 2009-10 3 4 TOTALS 104 52

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PCT. CONF NCAA .658 (year-by-year records N/A) .846 .667 .833 .444

1st 1st 1st 1st

N/A N/A 32nd 28th

.714 .500 .625 .800 .429 .667

5th 5th 4th 4th 4th

12th 10th 8th 13th 13th

Matt Kredich led the Lady Vols to their fifth consecutive top-15 finish at the NCAA Championships in 2010.

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Meet The Coaches grabbed a second straight fourth-place finish at the conference championships. Kredich’s fourth season in Knoxville started out with a bang, as the Lady Vols began the season with an 8-0 record in dual meets before narrowly losing to undefeated and then-No.1-ranked Georgia at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center. UT was primed for an upset and just barely fell to the Bulldogs in a meet that came down to the last event. Tennessee finished the year 8-2 in duals, including wins over perennial Big Ten powers Indiana and Michigan and conference rivals Kentucky, Arkansas and Vanderbilt. Kredich also was able to send a UT-record 12 athletes to the NCAA Championships at the end of the season. In the summer of 2009, Kredich trained four athletes who were on the USA Swimming National Team. Magnuson won the 100y fly at World championship trials, King qualified for the World University Games, where she earned a silver medal in the 50 freestyle and gold in the 400y medley relay and Connolly made the USA National A-Team for the second consecutive year. Kredich was named to the USA’s World University Games coaching staff, helping to lead the team to tremendous success in Belgrade, Serbia, where Lady Vol Martina Moravcikova represented her home country of Czech Republic. In 2008, the Lady Vols placed eighth at the NCAA Championships, as well as fourth in the SEC. UT also went 5-3 in dual meets with all three losses coming against teams ranked in the nation’s top three at the time. In addition to Magnuson’s NCAA title, Kredich saw nine other Lady Vols earn AllAmerica honors, as UT grabbed honors in 13 events. The eighth-place finish at NCAAs, coupled with the 10th-place effort in 2007, gave Tennessee back-to-back outcomes in the top 10 at the national meet for the first time in school history. The Lady Vols followed consecutive fifth-place conference finishes with a breakthrough fourth-place showing at the 2008 SEC Championships. Magnuson won three individual events and was part of a victorious relay en route to earning the prestigious Commissioner’s Trophy, awarded to the female who earned the most points for her team. Akerfelds also was named SEC Freshman of the Year. Kredich guided Tennessee to a 4-4 dual meet record during the 2006-07 season against some of the nation’s top programs, a fifth-place finish at the SEC Championships and a 10th-place position at the NCAA Championships. For the first time in 11 years, the Lady Vols cracked into the top 10 at the NCAA Championships by scoring in 11 of 15 events they entered. The team brought home 26 AllAmerica certificates for their efforts and set six school records. The Lady Vols placed fifth for the second straight year at the 2007 SEC Championships and Kredich crowned his first SEC champion when Magnuson snagged first in the 100y fly. She also broke her own school records in the 100y and 200y freestyle, and UT swimmers medaled in four events. During the 2005-06 season, the first under Kredich’s direction, the Lady Vols

Kredich with his wife Kim and three sons (L-R) Coleman, Ben and Miles

showed improvement and success by every measure. The team broke 11 of the 19 school records in swimming events. Tennessee sent eight swimmers to the NCAA Championships in 12 events and vaulted from 24th in 2005 to a 12th-place NCAA finish in 2006 while earning 27 All-America honors. At the SEC Championships, UT swimmers broke five school records as the Big Orange scored in every event contested. The fifthplace finish was a marked improvement over the previous season’s seventh-place showing. The Lady Vols also had a successful dual meet season in Kredich’s first year. Tennessee’s 5-2 mark – its highest dual meet win total since the 1998-99 campaign – included victories over Louisville, Northwestern and SEC rivals Alabama, South Carolina and Kentucky. A third-place finish at the prominent Purdue Invite helped to highlight the successful 2005-06 regular season. The Tennessee women also excelled in the classroom in 2005-06, achieving a team GPA of 3.30 for the year, and two of three graduating seniors were awarded prestigious postgraduate scholarships by the SEC. Kredich was hired as the head coach at Tennessee after dramatically turning around the University of Richmond women’s squad. During Kredich’s tenure, the Spiders sent their first-ever swimmers to the NCAA Championships, had their firstever All-Americans, and won their first-ever conference championships. In his four years at Richmond, the Spiders won four Atlantic 10 Championships while Kredich was named conference coach of the year all four years. His Spiders also were selected by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) as an Academic All-America squad from 2002-04. Prior to that, at Brown University, he turned a 2-9 women’s swimming program in 1992

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into Eastern Women’s Swimming League Champions in 1996 and 1997. His teams then competed solely in the Ivy League and went on to win the 1998 and 1999 conference crowns. Additionally, he also energized the Brown men’s team, which was coming off a 3-8 mark when he took over the team in 1996. He led the Bears to four consecutive winning seasons and four top-five finishes in the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League. In the process, he was recognized as the EISL Coach of the Year in 1996 and 1997. He also earned EISL Men’s Coach of the Year in 1998. In his nine seasons with the Bears, he coached 50 all-conference performers, four Honorable Mention All-Americans, and several Olympic Trial qualifiers, Olympic Trial finalists and two Olympic athletes. In the classroom his athletes collectively achieved 12 Academic All-America team awards, one first-team Academic All-America award and several post-graduate scholarships. Prior to coaching at Brown, Kredich was the assistant men’s swimming coach at Harvard from 1991-92. He also has served as an assistant women’s swimming coach at Stanford (1990-91) and as a graduate assistant coach for the men’s and women’s swim teams at Duke (1998-90). As a standout backstroker at Duke, he garnered All-Atlantic Coast Conference and All-Academic honors and was a seven-time U.S. National qualifier. Kredich received a B.A. in biology from Duke in 1988 and received his M.A. in teaching degree from Duke in 1990. A native of Durham, N.C., Kredich and his family reside in Knoxville. His wife Kimberley is a choral conductor, artist and advocate for children with disabilities. They have three sons: Benjamin, Miles and Coleman.

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Meet The Coaches DAVE

PARRINGTON HEAD DIVING COACH 21ST SEASON

The PARRINGTON File • Coached six NCAA Champions and one World Champion • Two of his divers claimed a bronze medal at the eighth FINA World Championships in the 3-meter synchronized diving competition • Only the fourth coach to ever have a male and female diver win a 3-meter NCAA title in the same year (1995) • His divers have captured 71 All-America honors • Coached a 1-meter USA Diving Winter National Champion this past February • 1997 and 2003 SEC Women’s Diving Coach of the Year and 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001 SEC Men’s Diving Coach of the Year • Has had seven divers earn a total of 10 SEC Diver of the Year awards and four Freshman Diver of the Year awards • 1990 Southwest Conference Women’s Diving Coach of the Year • Coached UT’s first women’s diving NCAA Champion in 1995 and second in 1998 • Honored with the 1997 U.S. Diving Coaches Award of Excellence • Coached at the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games, 1995, 1997 and 1999 World Cup, 1994, 1998, 2001 and 2003 World Championships, 1994 and 1998 Commonwealth Games, 1999 Pan Am Games and numerous international meets world wide • His divers brought home four medals (two gold, one silver and one bronze) from the 1994 and 1998 Commonwealth Games • Represented Zimbabwe in the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow on the three-meter and platform and served as a coach for the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games • Served as host to the 2008 USA Diving Olympic Team selection camp at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center

Parrington and his wife, Marie, were married in the summer of 2009.

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Now entering his 21st year as the men’s and women’s diving coach at the University of Tennessee, Dave Parrington has achieved unparalleled success coaching on the collegiate, national and international levels. In 2010, Parrington had two Lady Vols finish in the top 10 at the NCAA Zone and six top-15 finishes at the Southeastern Conference Championships. In February, Michael Wright won the onemeter springboard national championship at the USA Diving Winter Nationals in Columbus, Ohio, with a school-record score. During the 2009-10 season, Parrington coached his 10th Lady Vol diver to AllAmerica honors, as freshman Gabrielle Trudeau placed 13th on the platform event at the 2009 NCAA Championships in College Station, Texas. Additionally, fellow freshman Jodie McGroarty reached the podium at the SEC Championships, finishing third on the 3-meter board, and Vols’ freshman diver Ryan Helms was named 2009 SEC Freshman Diver of the Year. Helping that trio not merely compete but contend in its first collegiate season is just another addition to Parrington’s impressive résumé. In 2008, Parrington coached his 28th diver to an SEC Championship, judged the 2008 U.S. Olympic Diving Trials, helped select the 2008 U.S. Olympic Diving Team and, most significantly, saw a scholarship created in his name. The Dave Parrington Tennessee Diving Scholarship is a $250,000 scholarship endowment created as part of former UT football coach Phillip Fulmer’s $1 million donation to The Campaign for Tennessee. The announcement was made during Tennessee’s dedication of the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center in August 2008. The endowment ensures a scholarship for a UT diver for years to come. Ten Lady Vol divers have acquired 38 All-America citations during Parrington’s tenure at UT. Additionally, four former UT divers have been nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year award after being named Tennessee’s Woman of the Year. Lizzy Flynt was a finalist for the award, while Lauren McCalley won the honor in 1995. During the 2007-08 season, Lauren

LeRoy wrapped up a stellar career by becoming Parrington’s 28th pupil to claim an SEC title, doing so on the 3-meter board. LeRoy also earned her second consecutive All-America award by placing ninth on the one-meter board (301.20) at the NCAA Championships. LeRoy ended her career with the UT record on the 3-meter board (367.60) and as the No. 2 performer all-time on the 1-meter board (321.30). During the 2006-07 season, he took LeRoy to her first NCAA Championships and Senior National Meet and guided her to 11 first-place finishes, including a sweep of the one-meter and three-meter events at five different meets. She earned AllAmerica honors on the 3-meter board with a 15th-place performance at the NCAA Championships. Another recent diver who compiled significant accolades while at UT is McCalley, who earned All-America honors at three NCAA Championships. At the 2004 NCAAs, she picked up two certificates, bringing her career total to five. She grabbed sixth place on the 3-meter board and finished 12th on the 1-meter board. In 2003, the Georgia native placed fifth on the 1-meter at NCAAs while notching sixth on the 3-meter. She was also seventh on the 1-meter and sixth on the 3-meter as a freshman the previous year McCalley continued to experience success following her career, as she was named not only the NCAA Woman of the Year but also the McWhorter SEC ScholarAthlete of the Year in 2005. Morever, she served as UT’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee president during the 2004-05 school year. Internationally, Parrington has traveled and served in coaching capacities for many international squads and events. In addition to serving as a judge and a selector for USA Olympic Diving Selection Camp in 2008, Parrington has extensive experience coaching a variety of athletes in international competition as well as serving as the diving coach for his native Zimbabwe at the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games. He was named by USA Diving as one of the selectors for the USA Diving World Cup team which competed with much success in China in July 2006. In 2003, Parrington was a member of the USA Diving World Championship team staff for the FINA World Championships in Barcelona. As the coach of Zimbabwe, Parrington had the opportunity to coach former Vols Evan Stewart at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics and Gabi Chereches in 2000 for Romania in their quests for medals. Parrington coached Stewart to first place at the 1994 World Championships and Shannon Roy to a sixth-place finish at the 2001 World Championships, both on the 1-meter event. Stewart and Roy also each won gold

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Meet The Coaches at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on the 1-meter and 3-meter, respectively. In addition, Parrington led former Tennessee Volunteer Phil Jones to 11th place in the finals on the 3-meter at the 2003 World Championships in Barcelona after helping him capture the NCAA title in the event that same year. Earlier in the decade, Parrington tutored former Lady Vol Jaime Sanger through an incredible string of performances for the Big Orange. In 2003, he witnessed Sanger earn her third-consecutive SEC crown in the 1-meter, while she placed second in that event at the NCAA Championships. During her time at Rocky Top, Sanger claimed two SEC Diver of the Year awards, three SEC titles, four All-America certificates, became a member of the U.S. Senior National Team and competed at the 2003 World University Games. Parrington also guided the career of Lady Vol standout Kathy Pesek. In 1999, he saw Pesek capture her second straight SEC title on the platform and advance to the finals on all three boards at the NCAA Championships to become a 10-time AllAmerican. During her four years at UT, Pesek claimed three SEC titles, one NCAA title, seven U.S. Diving gold medals and one World Championships bronze medal with fellow Lady Vol Tracy Bonner in the three-meter synchro event. The Houston, Texas, native also advanced to the World Diving Cup, the Goodwill Games, the Pan American Games, World University Games and World Championships. The 1995 season marked a first for Parrington, as divers Bonner and Stewart were crowned NCAA national champions, making Parrington just the fourth diving coach in history to have men’s and women’s 3-meter NCAA champions in the same season. Bonner also became the first Lady Vol swimmer or diver to claim an NCAA title. On September 22, 2006, she was inducted into the Lady Vol Hall of Fame. The 1994, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2001 SEC Men’s Diving Coach of the Year and the 1997 and 2003 SEC Women’s Diving Coach of the Year, Parrington joined the Lady Vol staff in 1990 from the University of Houston. While with the Cougars, he built a reputation as one of the nation’s top diving coaches and earned Southwest Conference Women’s Coach of the Year honors in 1990. In seven seasons as a coach at Houston, seven of his divers gained NCAA AllAmerica honors. Since 1994, UT divers have captured one gold and one bronze medal at the World Championships, six NCAA titles, four U.S. Diving golds, six U.S. Diving synchronized gold medals, four Commonwealth Games medals (two of which were gold) and

At the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center dedication in August 2008, Parrington was presented with a scholarship endowment in his name by former Tennessee head football coach Phillip Fulmer and his family.

set two NCAA Championships records. Tennessee divers also have participated in the 2003 World University Games, the 1994, 1998, 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2007 World Championships, the 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000 and 2008 World Cups, the 1999 Pan American Games, the 1994 and 1998 Commonwealth Games, the 1998 Goodwill Games and the 1996, 2000 and 2008 Olympics. An active club coach, Parrington guided the U.S. Junior National Team to a first-place finish at the 1986 Western Hemisphere Championships. In 1990, he served as head coach of the U.S. Junior Olympic team that traveled to Aachen, Germany. In 1997 he was one of three U.S. coaches who traveled to the World Cup in Mexico City, and he served as head coach of the U.S. Team at the FOX Sports Challenge in Brisbane, Australia. In 1999, Parrington served as the coach of the U.S. team at the Swedish Cup and Pan Ams as well as being team leader for the U.S. in the 2002 Canada Cup. He was also on the U.S. coaching staffs for the 2003 FINA/USA Grand Prix and the 2003 World Championships. The coach of eight junior national champions and 15 U.S. Senior National Team members, Parrington was the winner

of the 1988-89 WHOSAM award. The award was presented by legendary double Olympic gold medalist Dr. Sammy Lee and was given to honor his commitment to excellence. Parrington was also the 1997 U.S. Diving Summer National Coaches Award for Excellence recipient. In addition, he has served USA Diving as a member of the U.S. Diving Safety Certification, Judges Certification committees, Olympic International committee, the Committee for Competitive Excellence, a 2008 USA Olympic Diving Team selector, and most recently has been elected a committee member of the prestigious USA Diving Foundation. Parrington is a native of Rhodesia, now known as Zimbabwe. He competed on both the national diving and water polo teams, representing Zimbabwe in threemeter and platform diving at the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow. A 1983 graduate of Houston, he holds a variety of Cougar diving records. In the summer of 2009, Parrington married Marie Wilson. Wilson, a Knoxville native, has served as the UT swimming and diving massage therapist.

(From L. to R.): Volunteer Assistant Diving Coach Brian Pritt, Tori Lamp, Julianne Wilson, Jodie McGroarty, Skye Sanders, Gabrielle Trudeau, Jill Pierce, Head Diving Coach Dave Parrington.

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Meet The Coaches JENnifer

Woodruff ASST. SWIMMING COACH SIXTH SEASON

The woodruff File • Coached 2008 Olympic silver medalist and 100m fly American record holder Christine Magnuson • Coached 19 All-Americans to 120 certificates in five years at UT • Athletes have set 18 new Lady Vol records, including new marks in all five relays. • Coached 10 All-Americans as head coach of men’s and women’s swimming teams at Lewis University • Captain and All-Big Ten swimmer at Michigan

For the sixth year, head swimming coach Matt Kredich will be joined by assistant Jennifer Woodruff. Formerly Jen Arndt, Woodruff was married this summer to Chris Woodruff, the associate head coach for the Tennessee men’s tennis team. During her time at Tennessee, Woodruff has become known as one of the most creative minds in swimming. She has put her stamp on the training of the team by devising numerous kinesthetic learning devices for every stroke and by becoming one of the world’s experts in the implementation of TRX (Total Resistance Exercise) training for swimmers. She is the recruiting coordinator for the team and has helped to put together four straight national top-20 recruiting classes, including the 2010 class that was rated the fifth best in the country by CollegeSwimming.com. Woodruff is one of the few college coaches who has received formal training in listening skills and is an experienced counselor and advisor as well. Much of Woodruff’s hard work comes behind the scenes as the assistant coach. Nevertheless, she works tirelessly outside of the spotlight and is a driving force behind the Lady Vols’ success. Woodruff and Kredich share coaching duties between training groups, relying on a collaborative team coaching approach to the implementation of their workout design. She has initiated the use of some advanced physiological monitoring tools and software to the program and remains on the cutting edge of advances in swimming technology.

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Evidence of Woodruff’s efforts over the past five seasons have been seen in the Lady Vol swimming and diving program’s success on conference, national and international levels. With Tennessee finishing 13th at the NCAA Championships in 2010, the Lady Vols have placed in the top 15 at the NCAA meet for a school-record fifth consecutive year, while eight athletes earned All-America honors. At the Southeastern Conference Championships, Tennessee placed fourth for the third straight year, as Michele King captured the 50y free conference title. This past summer, former Lady Vol star and 2008 NCAA champion Christine Magnuson captured her third straight 100m fly title at the ConocoPhillips USA Swimming Championshps and competed at the FINA World Championships. Also at the ConocoPhillips USA Swimming Championships, Jenny Connolly won the 100m back B final for the second consecutive year, Kelsey Floyd finished 13th in the 200m butterfly and Breanna Folk was victorious in the 100m breast C final. In 2009, King won a gold and bronze medals as a member of Team USA at the World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia, while Martina Moravcikova joined her teammate at the event as a competitor for her native Czech Republic. King and Barsanti, along with current Lady Vols Moravcikova, Connolly, Tricia Weaner and Samara Gelb also performed well at elite summer competitions. Connolly, Barsanti, Weaner and Gelb joined Magnuson at the national championships, where Connolly and Barsanti each made it to the finals in their events. Connolly finished the summer with the fourth-fastest 100m back time in the country and was named to the U.S. national team. Prior to joining the staff at UT, the Wisconsin native served as the head coach for both the men’s and women’s swimming programs at Lewis University. At the Romeoville, Ill., school she continued the success of the squads by implementing an extensive conditioning and tapering schedule that raised the level of performance by the student-athletes. In her three years at the helm of the Flyers, she guided five of her swimmers to 10 All-America performances, including both the first and second male All-Americans in

school history. Woodruff also served on the NCAA Swimming and Diving Rules Committee and the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Executive Board as the NCAA Division II representative for women’s swimming, doing so from September 2004 to May 2005. Her other responsibilities at Lewis included acting as a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee moderator, serving as the athletics department’s liaison to student services, and filling a role as director of Student-Athlete Health and Wellness. Additionally, Woodruff introduced a CHAMPS/Life Skills program sponsored by the NCAA. Prior to coaching, Woodruff had an outstanding collegiate swimming career at Michigan, helping the Wolverines bring home Big Ten Championships in 1997, 1998 and 2001. She served as a cocaptain in 1999-2000 and earned All-Big Ten honors in 1997, 1999 and 2001. Woodruff also experienced success in the classroom while in Ann Arbor, garnering Michigan’s Academic Achievement Award and was honored by the Big Ten in 1997, 1999 and 2001. A key member of Michigan Peer Advisors Creating Trust (M-PACT), Woodruff served as a chairperson and worked to support more than 700 student-athletes in their quest to overcome personal challenges. She is a 2001 graduate from the University of Michigan, with a bachelor of science degree in kinesiology. Since Woodruff arrived at Rocky Top, 19 different Lady Vols have garnered 120 All-America awards, 33 SEC medals, eight conference championships and one national championship. During Woodruff’s tenure, 18 of 19 Tennessee swimming records also have been broken.

Jennifer and her husband, Chris, were married this past summer. Pictured with his children, Tate and Olivia, he is the associate head coach for the UT’s men’s tennis team.

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Meet The Support Staff ROBIN

KRISTEN

Swimming Massage Therapist

Team Enhance Coordinator

MARTIN

Boughey

Robin L. Boughey, M.S., LMT, CNMT, is a graduate of the University of Tennessee with an M.S. in human performance and sports studies (kinesiology and sports medicine). Boughey also has an undergraduate degree in exercise science with a minor in nutrition. She has been a licensed massage therapist since 2001. She is a certified flexibility assistant, myofascial integration therapist, myofascial integration structural therapist and neuromuscular therapist. At one time, she was an All-America long distance swimmer, a member of the United States Long Distance Swim Team and a four-year varsity collegiate lacrosse goalie.

VERONICA

Kristen Martin is a licensed clinical social worker and in her ninth year as the coordinator of the Team ENHANCE program. Her primary responsibility is providing individual and group counseling to Lady Vol athletes. The Orange, Calif., native received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Pepperdine in 1991 and a master’s degree in clinical social work from UT in 1997. Martin understands intimately the athlete’s mind, as she lettered all four years on the Pepperdine swim team and captained the squad during her senior season. Martin lives in Knoxville with her husband, Mike, and their three children, Ryan, Anna and Caroline.

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CARMAZZI Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer

Veronica Carmazzi is in her second year with the Lady Vol Athletic Training Department and will be working with the swimming and diving team. Carmazzi earned her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in athletic training in May 2008 at San Diego State University. At SDSU, Carmazzi worked with women’s volleyball and water polo, and men’s lacrosse, rugby, soccer and football. After graduation, Veronica was the head athletic trainer at Pleasant Grove High School and a strength coach at Results Physical Therapy and Training Center in her hometown of Sacramento, Calif. Carmazzi is currently pursuing a master’s degree in sport psychology at UT.

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MAURER

Nutritionist Allison Maurer joined the staff at Tennessee in 2007 after a three-year stint at Colorado. She is one of only 18 full-time sports nutritionists at the NCAA Division I level. Maurer is responsible for performance nutrition for the UT Men’s and Women’s Athletic Departments, and her duties include analyzing athletes’ nutritional status, working with Team ENHANCE and Team EXCEL, creating meal plans and providing nutrition education on a team or one-on-one basis. She also teaches an undergraduate nutrition class for Lady Vol student-athletes. She received her bachelor’s degree in dietetics from Olivet Nazarene University and a master’s degree in nutrition from Georgia State University. She resides in Knoxville with her husband Dan and their sons, Manny and Emilio.

MITCH

hart

McDONALD Manager

Graduate Assistant Jessica Hart is in her first year with Lady Vol swimming. A four-year letterwinner at Wagner, Hart was named Northeast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year in both her junior and senior seasons. Jessica set NEC records in the 100y fly (54.07) and 200y fly (2:00.46), along with being named first team All-NEC during her final two years at Wagner. A native of Montreal, Canada, she competed in the inaugural Canadian World Championship trials in 2009. Hart graduated in 2010 with a degree in business administration and is currently pursuing a master’s in sport management at UT.

Mitch McDonald is in his fourth year with the Lady Vols. Mitch graduated from Tennessee in 2009 with a bachelor of sciences degree in sport management and business administration. At UT, he played lacrosse on the men’s club team. A graduate student, he is pursuing a master’s degree in sport management and plans to graduate this year.

DR. BECKY

MORGAN

MICHELE

KING

Student Assistant After completing her four years of eligibility as a Lady Vol swimmer, King will serve as a fifth-year student assistant with the swim team while she completes her degree. The York, Pa., native captured 21 All-America certificates in her career, second only to Christine Magnuson. She holds an all-time Tennessee-best 11 first team All-America awards and has two NCAA runner-up finishes and four SEC titles. King holds UT records in the 50y free (21.82), 100y free (47.93) and as a member of all five relays. King was named to the All-SEC First Team three times throughout her career.

Team Physician

Dr. Rebecca “Becky” Morgan is in her 13th year as the team physician for the Lady Vols. She is board certified in family practice and has a certificate of special qualifications in sports medicine. Dr. Morgan received her medical doctorate from the University of South Alabama and completed her family practice residency training at the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Huntsville. She also served her sports medicine fellowship at UASOM-Huntsville in 1996. Dr. Morgan is very involved in UT Family Medicine, serving as a clinical faculty member for the Department of Family Medicine. She is the clinical assistant director of the Sports Medicine Fellowship. Dr. Morgan completed a volunteer physician internship at the Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, Calif., and is a consulting physician for USA Swimming.

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Meet The Support Staff BRIAN

SCOTT

Volunteer Diving Coach

Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach

PRITT

Brian Pritt is entering his first year as a volunteer diving coach under Dave Parrington. Pritt is currently the head age group coach for the Tennessee Diving Club. Brian is a UT alum, graduating with a B.A. in psychology in 1995. He was also a member of diving team from 1990-95 and was an NCAA finalist in 1993 and 1994. The Springfield, Mo., native previously coached at West Virginia University in 2003 and the Mission Viejo Nadadores from 200405. He and his wife, Billie Rae, have two boys, Zander and Benjamin, with a third child expected in May.

DESIREE

REED-FRANCOIS

Assoc. Athletics Director for Strategic Initiatives Desiree Reed-Francois is in her third year at the University of Tennessee, where she holds the title of Associate Athletics Director for Strategic Initiatives. This is her second season as the senior administrator for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs. She also oversees men’s basketball, UTAD’s event management and student-athlete support units (including CHAMPS/Life Skills, nutrition, men’s athletic training and strength and conditioning) and acts as a liaison with UT’s Office of General Counsel. Reed-Francois came to Tennessee from the University of San Francisco, where she had worked since 2007 as associate A.D. for internal operations/senior women’s administrator. Prior to that, she held the post of associate A.D. for compliance and student support at Fresno State from 2003-06 before spending time in private employment litigation practice. She also has occupied athletic administrative positions at Santa Clara, San Jose State and Cal Berkeley. In addition, she served as a legal associate for the Oakland Raiders prior to assuming a similar position with the NFL’s Management Council. A 1994 graduate of UCLA, she was a member of the Bruins’ rowing team. She earned a Juris Doctorate from Arizona in 1997 and is a member of the California Bar. Reed-Francois and her husband, Joshua, an account executive at NAI Knoxville, have a son, Jackson.

BROOKE

RICHARDSON Academic Counselor

Richardson began working at the Thornton Center as an academic counselor in October of 2007. She received her undergraduate degree from Lynchburg College in Lynchburg, Va., in 2005 and her master’s degree from Tennessee in 2007. A former student-athlete, she has had two years of previous experience working at the Thornton Center as a graduate assistant to the academic compliance officer. Upon earning her graduate degree, she accepted a director of compliance position at the University of Louisiana-Monroe for a few months before returning to UT to accept the position as the academic counselor to the men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams and women’s soccer team. She currently works with men’s and women’s swimming and diving and women’s volleyball. Richardson is also the coordinator for UT’s ADVANCE student-athlete orientation and coordinator of all student-athlete academic awards.

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SAVOR

Scott Savor is now in his second year with the Lady Vol strength and conditioning staff. In 2001, Savor earned his bachelor’s degree in exercise science and a minor in coaching from Minnesota State UniversityMoorhead in Moorhead, Minn. Previously, Savor was the human performance specialist at Sports + Field in Wesley Chapel, Fla., head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Detroit Mercy and a member of the strength and conditioning staff for the Minnesota Vikings.

CHRISTINE

SCOLLAY

Director of Aquatics Christine Scollay is entering her fourth year as the director of aquatics at the University of Tennessee. Her responsibilities include the management and maintenance of the facility, supervision of the aquatic center staff and coordinating home meets. Scollay completed her undergradate degree at the University of New Hampshire with a degree in leisure management and tourism. She also earned a master of education in recreation and leisure studies from the University of Georgia. Prior to coming to Rocky Top, she served as the assistant director for aquatics at the University of Georgia’s Gabrielsen Natatorium. Christine is married to Al Oliveira.

COLEMAN

WEIBLEY

Operations Intern

Coleman Weibley steps into a new role this season as the Swimming and Diving Operations Intern. Weibley’s duties include organizing plans for travel and recruiting weekends. He also maintains alumni relations and parent communication while working as the swimming and diving liaison to many other offices in the department. In addition, he helps with the organization and administration of the summer swim camps. Prior to this position, Weibley worked as the head manager for the men’s team for three years. The Carlisle, Pa., native is studying sport management and aspires to work in high school or collegiate athletics.

JOE

WHITNEY

Director of Mental Training Now in his 16th year with Lady Vol athletics, Joe Whitney oversees the provision of mental training services to all UT athletes and teams. A 1982 graduate of Springfield College, he coached basketball and football in New York City for 13 years before leaving coaching to pursue graduate study in sport psychology. Whitney obtained a master’s degree from the University of Virginia in 1997 and a Ph.D. from Tennessee in 2000. He was named director of mental training in January 2002.

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MEET THE LADY VOLS

In This Section 2010-11 Lady Volunteers Seniors.................................... 16-20 2010-11 Lady Volunteers Returnees............................... 21-30 2010-11 Lady Volunteers Newcomers............................ 31-33 Quoting the Lady Vols.............................................................. 34


Lady Vol Seniors ALEKSA

AKERFELDS 5-9 Senior Distance Free, IM Bronxville, N.Y. | Bronxville H.S. Club | Empire Swimming Coach | Ilan Noach

Top Times 200y free..................................... 1:51.00 500y free..................................... 4:42.91 1000y free................................... 9:41.05

1650y free................................. 16:00.11 200y IM....................................... 2:04.80 400y IM....................................... 4:12.86

Kredich on Akerfelds: “Aleksa has become exactly what we envision for our seniors. She’s healthy, strong, incredibly motivated, and has very high goals. Aleksa is one of the greatest competitors in our team’s history, and she makes everyone around her better.”

2009-10: Earned honorable mention All-America honors in the 1650y free by finishing 15th at the NCAA Championships with a time of 16:10.16....Also competed in the 500y free and 400y IM at the national meet…Finished third in the 1650y free (16:02.78) and was a member of the fifth-place 800y relay squad at the SEC Championships…Set a UT record time of 4:12.86 in the 400y IM at the conference meet…Had top-four finishes in the 500y and 1000y frees against Florida, Georgia and Virginia…Won the 1000y free and 400y IM against South Carolina…Placed first in the 500y free and 1000y free at LSU…Notched victories in the 500y free and 1000y free at Louisville…Also won the 200y free against Kentucky…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Tied her own UT record in the 500y free (4:42.91) while placing seventh in the event at the Southeastern Conference Championships...Also finished fourth in the 1650y free (16:03.34) at SECs...Battled injuries at end of season but still competed in the 500y free and 1650y free at NCAA Championships...Heads into her junior season as the owner of UT records in the 500y free, 1000y free, 1650y free, 400y IM and 800y free relay...Finished second in the 100y free and third in the 500y free in the near-upset of No. 1 Georgia...Captured a pair of first-place finishes (1650y free and 800y free relay) and a runner-up placement (500y free) at the Indiana quad meet...Won the 400y IM, 500y free, 1650y free and was a part of the victorious 800y free relay at Tennessee Swimming Invita-

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tional...Captured 500y free and 100y free versus Arkansas/Vanderbilt and touched the wall first in the 1000y free at Kentucky...Snagged first place in three events during season-openers against University of the Cumberlands and Louisville...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-08: Named the 2008 Southeastern Conference Female Freshman Swimmer of the Year and second-team All-SEC while also earning two All-America certificates in her rookie campaign...Picked up two bronze medals at the SEC Championships in the 500y free and 400y IM...Was second in the 1650y free...Achieved personal-best times and set school records in the 500y free (4:42.91), 1650y free (16:00.11) and 400y IM (4:13.12) at the conference meet...Her 1000y split (9:41.05) in the 1650y free was also a school record...Competed in the 500y free, 400y IM, 800y free relay and 1650y free at the NCAA Championships...Earned All-America honors as a member of the 800y free relay (11th) and 1650 free (9th)...Earned 11 first-place finishes in eight regular-season meets...Was the CSCAA National Swimmer of the Week after winning a team-high three races, including NCAA cuts in the 500y and 1650y free, versus Northwestern on Jan. 5...Dubbed SEC Freshman of the Week for her two-win performance versus Indiana on Jan. 18. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: At the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships, claimed 41st with a mark of 4:54.50 in the 400m IM and swam a time of 8:59.37 to finish 57th in the 800m free... In the 2008 Olympic Trials, finished 16th in the 800m free in 8:43.65 and placed 30th in the 400m free in 4:16.11. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Bronxville High School, where she was a five-time All-American, three times in the 200y IM and twice in the 500y freestyle...Is the section record-holder in the 200y IM, a feat she accomplished in 2004 and again in 2006...Was named the Review Press’ High School Athlete of the Season in fall 2005...Named to the state Section I and Lower Hudson All-League teams each of her four years in high school...Won the 500y free and was third in the 200y IM at state competition in 2005...Helped lead Bronxville H.S. to titles in the state high school Section I Championships from 200204...Was also the team MVP each year from 2003-06...Highlighting many awards Akerfelds won as a member of the White Plains Middies is the High Point Award she earned at the National Club Swimming Association’s Junior National Championships in 2004...Attended the national selection camp at the Olympic Training Center in 2005. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in advertising...Has one sister, Dana, 22...Names her club coach, Ilan Noach of Empire Swimming (formerly White Plains Middies), as her biggest sports influence...Her biggest thrill in swimming is seeing a sea of orange on the sidelines for an entire 16-minute mile...Aleksa Marie Akerfelds was born on Aug. 3, 1989, in New York, N.Y., to Andis and Mary Akerfelds.

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Lady Vol Seniors MORGAN

FARRELL 5-8 Senior Back, Fly, Free, IM Pensacola, Fla. | B.T. Washington H.S. Club | Greater Pensacola Aquatic Club Coach | Joe Goeken

Top Times 50y free......................................... 23.59 100y free....................................... 50.87 100y back..................................... 53.85 200y back.................................. 1:55.86

100y fly......................................... 54.69 200y fly...................................... 2:02.83 200y IM...................................... 2:04.82

Kredich on Farrell: “Morgan has been a great team swimmer for her whole career at Tennessee. She’s come through for us in big meets, and we’re looking for her to put all of the various pieces together – great training, big meet swimming, and relays performances – to put an emphatic stamp on a great career as a Lady Vol.“

2009-10: Notched All-America honorable mention accolades for the third straight year as a member of the 14th-place 400y free relay (3:19.65) and the 200y free relay squad (1:30.88) that captured 15th at the NCAA Championships…Also swam in the 100y back (54.57) at the NCAA meet after qualifying with a ninth-place finish at the SEC Championships…Swam a leg of the eighth fastest 200y free relay time in UT history (1:30.04) at the UT Last Chance Meet… Competed in the 100y fly, 200y back and 100y back at the SEC Championships…Was a member of three victorious 200y medley relays squads at Louisville and LSU, and against South Carolina… Added a 100y back victory and took third in the 100y free against South Carolina…Placed fourth in the 100y fly against Kentucky and at Louisville…Took fifth in the 200y back against Florida…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Captured her second All-America award as a member of the eighth-place 400y medley relay at the NCAA Championships... Also competed in the 100y back and 200y back at NCAAs... Contributed points at Southeastern Conference Championships by finishing 15th in both the 100y and 200y backstrokes as well as swimming a leg on the fifth-place 800y free relay...Ranked third on the Lady Vols in the 100y fly (54.69), 100y back (53.85) and 200y back (1:55.86)...Tallied a pair of runner-up finishes in the backstrokes versus Georgia...Was on the winning 400y medley relay at the Indiana quad meet and Tennessee Swimming Invitational...Recorded three top-three finishes against Arkansas/

Vanderbilt and at Kentucky, including a pair of 200y medley relay wins...Opened season with four top-three finishes versus Louisville...Is the fourth-fastest performer in Big Orange history in the 100y and 200y back events...Also ranks in the top-10 all-time in the 100y fly…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-08: Earned All-America honors as a member of the ninth-place 800y free relay at the NCAA Championships...Also competed in the 100y free, 100y fly and 100y back as well as on the 400y medley relay at NCAAs...Her time of 54.83 in the 100y back was the top Lady Vol performance of the season…Contributed to UT’s point total at the SEC Championships with a 13th-place finish in the 100y back and a fifthplace finish as a member of the 400y medley relay...Swam a careerbest 23.59 in a 50y free time trial at SECs...Set personal records in five different strokes and added her name to the UT record books as a top-20 performer in the 50y and 100y free, 100y and 200y back and 100y and 200y fly...Scored points for the Big Orange in every meet. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: In 2010, took part in the ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships...Touched in at 2:20.03 to finish 69th in the 200m backstroke and finished 103rd in the 100m backstroke with a time of 1:06.08...Competed in two events at the 2008 Olympic Trials, finishing 54th in the 100m back (1:03.58). HIGH SCHOOL: Was named the 2005 Florida Class 2A Swimmer of the Year and the Northwest Florida High School Swimmer of the Year each season from 2003-05...Earned five All-America awards in high school and was a five-time Florida class 2A state champ...Qualified for senior nationals in the 100y fly, 100y back, 200y free and 50y free, and attended the competition in 2004 and 2005...Competed in the World Championship Trials in 2005....Was a Scholastic All-American in 2005 and a member of the Beta Club and National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Majoring in psychology...Her highest ambition in swimming is to represent the United States in the Olympics or score for the Lady Vols at the NCAA Championship meet...Morgan Marie Farrell was born on Feb. 9, 1989, in Pensacola, Fla....She is the sister of Austin, 18, and daughter of Michael and Danise Farrell.

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Lady Vol Seniors MARTINA

MORAVCIKOVA 5-9 Senior Breast, IM Prague, Czech Republic | Gymnasium J. G. Jarkovskeho Club | Tide Swim Team Coaches | Craig Clift and Josh Fulton

Top Times 100y breast................................. 1:00.91 200y breast................................. 2:12.39 200y IM....................................... 2:00.67

100m breast................................1:09.88 200m breast................................2:34.89

Kredich on Moravcikova: “Martina has developed into the quintessential “quiet leader.” She gets the job done every day with a smile on her face and a kind of slow burning intensity that helps keep everyone around her focused. She continually looks for ways to improve, and is on a mission to make a big impact at SEC’s and NCAA’s this season.“

2009-10: Swam career-best times in the 100y breast (1:00.91), 200y breast (2:12.39) and 200y IM (2:00.67) at the Southeastern Conference Championships…Times qualified her to compete in all three events, but only swam in the 100y breast and 200y breast at the NCAA Championships for the third straight year…Her 200y breast time is the eighth fastest in UT history…She also ranks fifth in the 100y breast and sixth in the 200y IM on the top performer lists… Finished first in the 200y breast and second in the 100y breast against Florida…Swam fourth-place times in the 100y and 200y breast at Virginia…Had top-four finishes in the 100y and 200y breast against Kentucky and at LSU and Louisville…Added a second-place finish in the 200y breast at Georgia...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.

2008-09: Competed in the 100y and 200y breaststrokes at the NCAA Championships for the second consecutive season...Won the consolation final to finish ninth in the 100y breast (1:01.20) at the Southeastern Conference Championships...Also placed fifth in the 200y breast (2:12.51) at SECs...Breaststroke performances at the conference championships were career bests and ranked her third on the Lady Vols in the events for the season...Finished second in the 100y and 200y breast events at Kentucky...Finished second as a member of the 200y medley relay and third in the 100y breast versus Arkansas/Vanderbilt...Placed third in the 200y breast to open season against Louisville...Is the fourth fastest performer in the 100y breast in Lady Vol history, No. 5 all-time in the 200y breast and No. 11 in the 200y IM (2:02.02)...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-08: Was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team after finishing fifth at the SEC Championships in the 100y breast...Swam a careerbest 1:01.78 in the 100y breast in the prelims…Also placed sixth in the 200y breast in a career-best 2:15.60 at SECs...Competed in the 100y breast and 200y breast at the NCAA Championships...Nabbed victories in the 200y breast against Indiana and Northwestern...Was runner-up in 100y breast at Hoosierland Open...Also took first in 100y breast in tri-meet against South Carolina and Kentucky...Took second in 200y breast against Florida...Swam career-best 2:04.54 in the 200y IM at SECs. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Competed for the Czech Republic at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia, in June... Notched career-best times in the 100m breast (1:09.88) and 200m breast (2:34.89)...Advanced to the semifinals of the 100m breast and finished seventh in her heat...Also competed for her home country at the 2007 WUG in Bangkok, Thailand. HIGH SCHOOL: Is a member of the Czech National Team which competed in France, Finland, Poland, Hungary, Luxembourg, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Holland and Great Britain. PERSONAL: Pursuing a double major in global studies and language and world business...Enjoys surfing, snowboarding and other extreme sports...Admires Australian gold medalist Leisel Jones...Aspires to work in the American-Chinese import and export business...Martina Moravcikova was born on Aug. 13, 1988, in Slovakia...Her parents are Jaroslav, a NATO officer, and Ingrid Moravcikova.

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Lady Vol Seniors JILL

PIERCE 5-7 Senior Diving Knoxville, Tenn. | South-Doyle H.S. Club | Tennessee Diving Coach | Dave Parrington

Top Scores 1-Meter....................................... 253.43 3-Meter...................................... 271.88

Platform..................................... 292.58

Parrington on Pierce: “Jill returns for her senior campaign as a seasoned veteran who scored on platform at last years SECs. After a summer of working on her strength and specific techniques I anticipate the opportunities of her scoring both on springboard and platform this year will be enhanced.”

2009-10: Finished third with a season-best score of 247.50 on the 3-meter against Kentucky…Also finished fourth on the 1-meter at the meet…Competed in all three dives at the SEC Championships, including a 14th-place finish on the platform…Captured sixth in the 1-meter and 3-meter against Florida…At Georgia, took fourth on the 3-meter and sixth on the 1-meter…Had top-five finishes in both the 1-meter and 3-meter at Virginia…Finished fifth or better on the 1-meter and 3-meter against Kentucky and at LSU…Opened the season with a sixth-place finish on the 3-meter at Louisville… Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Competed at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships in Knoxville on the platform after qualifying for the event with a careerbest score of 292.58 at UT’s Last Chance Meet...Placed second on the 1-meter to open the season versus Louisville with a career-best score of 253.43...Was fourth on the one-meter and three-meter boards versus Georgia...Placed fourth on the platform at the Allan Jones Diving Invitational...Snagged fourth place on the one-meter at Kentucky and on the three-meter against Arkansas/Vanderbilt... Captured College Swimming Coaches Association of America Honorable Mention Academic All-America honors and was named to the Southeastern Conference Winter Academic Honor Roll.

2007-08: Competed at the SEC Championships on the one-meter board and platform, taking 19th on the latter in a career-best 176.90... Against Auburn, finished third on the 3-meter board in a season-best 261.90...Also placed third on 1-meter against Northwestern...Scored a season-best 230.92 on 1-meter board versus Indiana...Was named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: All-American hailing from Knoxville’s South-Doyle High School...Was named the Tennessee State Diver of the Year for the 2004-05 season and was the state diving champion in 2004 and 2005...Competed in both the spring and summer sessions of national competition in 2002...Pierce has been a member of the Tennessee Diving Club of Knoxville for the past 11 years...Won the South-Doyle Outstanding Achievement Award and was named an Outstanding Academic Achiever by the University of Tennessee National Alumni Association. PERSONAL: Following a pre-med track as part of the College Scholars program at UT...Admires Dr. Martin Luther King Jr....Goal is to make the best of every moment and reach a new level of competition...Ainsley Jillian “Jill” Pierce was born on Jan. 31, 1989, in Knoxville...She is the daughter of Drs. Steve Pierce and Carla McKeethren.

2010-11 Lady Vol Senior Class (From L.-R.) Front Row: Morgan Farrell, Jill Pierce Middle Row: Head Swimming Coach Matt Kredich, Aleksa Akerfelds, Tricia Weaner, Assistant Swim Coach Jennifer Woodruff, Head Diving Cach Dave Parrington Top Row: Martina Moravcikova

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Lady Vol Seniors TRICIA

WEANER 5-6 Senior Back, Free, Fly, IM Gettysburg, PA. | Gettysburg Area H.S. Club | West Shore YMCA Coach | Mike Gobrecht

Top Times 100y back......................................53.71 200y back...................................1:55.08 100y fly..........................................56.86 200y fly.......................................2:00.16 50y free..........................................24.28 100y free........................................52.03

200y free.....................................1:50.06 500y free.....................................4:54.91 1000y free.................................10:19.76 200y IM.......................................2:01.70 400y IM.......................................4:23.14

Kredich on Weaner: “Our team relies on Tricia for emotional leadership in practice. She has tremendous group awareness, a palpable passion for swimming, and a deep appreciation for the fact that this is her final year of college swimming. She clearly has a sense of urgency, and will provide a daily spark for our teams efforts to be at their best all the time. ”

2009-10: Swam the sixth fastest time in UT history in the 200y back (1:55.55) at the SEC Championships to finish sixth…Also ranks eighth on the top performers list in 200y fly after a time of 2:00.16 at the conference championships…Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100y and 200y back, and 200y fly…Took fifth in the 100y back at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Had three top-five finishes against Florida, including a second-place finish in the 200y back…Took third in the 200y back and fourth in the 100y back and 100y fly at Virginia…Finished third in the 100y back at Georgia and LSU…Placed runner-up in the 100y back and 200y back against South Carolina…Opened the season up at Louisville with a victory in the 200y back…Never finished below fifth in any event against a conference opponent. 2008-09: Swam a leg on the third-place and UT-record-setting 200y medley relay (1:36.82) team at the NCAA Championships... The 200y MR had the highest finish ever of any Tennessee relay at

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the national meet and earned the Gettysburg, Pa., native her secondstraight All-America honor in the event...Also competed in the 100y and 200y backstrokes at NCAAs as well as on the 400y medley relay team which set a new UT record (3:32.61) in the prelims...Swam a career-best time of 1:55.08 in the 200y back at the Last Chance Meet in Knoxville...Competed on the fourth-place 400y medley relay at the Southeastern Conference Championships...Also finished 11th in the 100y back, clocking a career-best 53.71 readout, and 13th in the 200y back at SECs...Captured victory in the 200y back at Florida and was on the victorious 200y medley relay versus Georgia...Snagged first on the 200y medley relay and second in the 200y back at Indiana quad in January despite missing over two months recovering from injury...Ranks second on the Lady Vol all-time performers list in the 200y back and third in the 100y back...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2007-08: Earned All-America honors as a member of the 10th-place 200y medley relay at the NCAA Championships...Also competed at NCAAs in 200y IM, 100y back and 200y back...Her national meet time of 1:57.46 in the 200y back was a career best and placed her 24th...Swam the leadoff leg of the third-place 200y medley relay that set the school record at the SEC Championships...Also scored points at SEC Championships in the 400y medley relay (5th), 100y back (10th), 200y back (12th) and 200y IM (14th)...Led six victorious 200y medley relays...Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Touched in at 2:17.93 to claim 40th in the 200m back and finished 71st in the 100m backstroke with a time 1:05.15 at the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships...Swam the 100m back (1:03.77) and 200m back (2:16.60) at 2009 ConocoPhillips USA National Championships… Competed at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials, finishing 40th in the 100m back (1:03.35) and 49th in the 200m back (2:16.61). HIGH SCHOOL: Earned eight All-America awards and five state championships at Gettysburg Area High School...Won the 100y back state title from 2004-07 and the 100y fly crown in 2006...Is the state record-holder in the 100y back and the YMCA national record-holder in the 100y, 200y, 100m and 200m back events...Won 11 YMCA National Championships...Competed in the 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials.. PERSONAL: Pursuing a double major in finance and enterprise management...Aspires to make the USA National Team...Her biggest thrill in swimming was participating in the Olympic Trials...Has a sister, Emily, 18...Tricia Elizabeth Weaner was born on April 11, 1989, in Hanover, Pa., to Bob and Sue Weaner.

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Lady Vol Returnees KIRSTYN

COLONIAS 5-6 Junior Breast Danville, Calif. | San Ramon Valley H.S. California Club: Crow Canyon Sharks Coaches: Dan Cottam & Ethan Hall

Top Times 100y breast................................ 1:02.85

200y breast............................... 2:16.05

Kredich on Colonias: “Kirstyn has become one of the team’s most diligent workers in the past year. Her passion for swimming has always been evident, and her newfound ability to focus that passion is steering her towards some outstanding performances this year. She’ll be a strong leader in one of the best breaststroke groups in the country.”

2009-10: Swam season-best times in 100y breast (1:02.96) and 200y breast (2:16.71) at the Southeastern Conference Championships…The 100y breast time rank her 14th on UT’s top-performers list, while the 200y breast time is the 15th best…Finished fifth in the 100y breast and seventh in the 200y breast at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Was the runner-up in the 200y breast and added a third-place finish in the 100y breast against South Carolina…Competed in the 100m breast at the U.S. Nationals...Had fifth-place finishes in the 200y breast and 200y medley relay at LSU…Also finished sixth in the 100y breast against Kentucky and at LSU… Made her Lady Vol debut at Louisville with a seventh-place finish in the 200y breast and claimed eighth in the 100y breast.

(2:16.05)...Placed 13th and 15th, respectively, in the 200y and 100y breasts at the 2009 PAC-10 Championships. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Competed in the 100m breast at the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships and swam a time of 1:13.66 to capture 73rd. HIGH SCHOOL: Qualified for the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials in both breast events...Is the 100y breast record-holder at San Ramon Valley High School...Was an All-American in the 100y breast and 200y medley relay in 2007 and 2008. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...Chose Tennessee because of the amazing team and coaches...Enjoys traveling and admires Lance Armstrong...Has twin sisters, Kendyl and Jordyn, 14...Kirstyn N. Colonias, daughter of John and Karen Colonias, was born July 29, 1990, in Walnut Creek, Calif.

2008-09: AT CALIFORNIA: Ranked second on the NCAA Champion Golden Bears in the 100y breast (1:02.85) and 200y breast

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Lady Vol Returnees JENNY

CONNOLLY 5-9 Junior Back, Fly, Free West Lafayette, Ind. William Henry Harrison H.S. Club | Boilermaker Aquatics Coach | TJ Day

Top Times 50y free.......................................... 22.74 100y free........................................ 49.88 100y fly.......................................... 52.76 200y fly....................................... 2:00.91

100y back...................................... 51.34 200y back................................... 1:54.51 200y IM....................................... 2:04.02

Kredich on Connolly: “Jenny has established herself as one of the best meet performers that Tennessee has ever seen. The exciting thing for us is that her training has become so much more focused and positive. The combination of her speed and experience has put her in a central position to help lead the team’s run for the SEC and NCAA titles.”

2009-10: Picked up right where she left off from her freshman campaign by adding five more All-America honors to her resume… Finished seventh in the 100y back and swam a leg of the runnerup 200y medley relay, the 10th-place 400y medley relay, the 14thplace 400y free relay squad and the 15th-place 200y free relay at the NCAA Championships, which were held in her hometown of West Lafayette, Ind.…Was a part of six first-place 200y medley relay squads, including at the SEC Championships, where the quartet touched in at 1:37.32…Finished second in the 100y back and swam a personal-best 100y fly time of 52.76 at the SEC meet…Won 10 of the first 12 events she competed in to open the season at Louisville, LSU and against Kentucky…Finished third or better in the 100y back at eight events…Swept four events at LSU…Won the 100y back and finished second in the 200y medley and free relays at the Tennessee invitational…Captured three victories against Florida and one against Georgia…Earned First Team All-SEC honors…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Rewrote the UT record books in the backstroke events during her rookie season while also earning All-America honors in five events…Swam a leg on the third-place 200y medley relay (1:36.82) at the NCAA Championships and was also a member of the All-America 400y medley (8th), 400y free (12th), and 200y free relays (13th)…200y MR set the Lady Vol record and was the highest-

placing relay at NCAAs in UT history…The 400y MR (3:32.61) also set the school record in the prelims…Won the ‘B’ final of the 100y back at NCAAs, placing ninth overall…Also competed in the 200y back...Finished runner-up in the 100y back (51.34) and was 10th in the 200y back (1:54.51) at the SEC Championships, shattering the UT record in both events…Finished sixth in the 100y fly at SECs with a time of 52.83 that made her the second fastest Lady Vol ever in the event…Earned All-SEC Second Team and All-Freshman Team accolades...Snagged first in the 100y back, 100y fly and on the 200y medley relay in the near upset of No. 1 Georgia…Took first in four events (200y FR, 200y MR, 400y MR and 100y fly) at the Indiana quad meet…Won two events versus Louisville, Arkansas/Vanderbilt and Kentucky...Was named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Was victorious in the 100m back B final (1:01.11) for the second straight year and claimed ninth overall at the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships… Also finished 38th overall in the 100m fly and 101st in the 50m free...Placed first in the ‘B’ final heat of the 100m back at the 2009 ConocoPhillips USA National Championships in July to place ninth overall with a career-best time of 1:00.69…Her performance tied for the third fastest at the championships and landed her a spot on the USA Swimming National Team…Made it to the semifinals in the 100m back, placing 11th, at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials...Competed at Japan International Grand Prix in Aug. 2007. HIGH SCHOOL: Won three straight Indiana state 100y back championships and back-to-back 100y fly titles...A 10-time AllAmerican, she placed fourth in the 100m back at Junior Nationals and 13th at the U.S. Open in 2005...Was the 2006 Junior National champion in the 100y back and took 21st in the event at 2006 Senior Nationals. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in recreation and leisure studies with a concentration in therapeutic recreation...Highest ambitions in swimming are to be a member of the U.S. Olympic Team and win an NCAA Championship...Biggest thrill was competing at the U.S. Olympic Trials...Hopes to coach collegiate level swimming and help troubled and injured children...Cousin, Alyssa Schultz, plays volleyball at the University of Idaho...Former teammates Jenna Willis and Ben Russell compete for Kentucky...Mother was an All-America volleyball player at BYU...Has a brother, Chris, 27, and two sisters, Becky, 25, and Sarah, 23...Daughter of Pat and Lisa Connolly...Jennifer Marie Connolly was born Jan. 12, 1990, in Cincinnati, Ohio.

(L. to R.) Connolly, Garrett and Gelb

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Lady Vol Returnees MADDIE

SAMARA

5-4 Junior Fly, Free

5-7 Junior Breast, IM, Fly

Nashville, Tenn. | Harpeth Hall H.S. Club | Nashville Aquatics Coach | John Morse

Clarksville, Md. | River Hill H.S. Club | Retriever Aquatics Coach | Chris Gibeau

GARRETT

GELB

Top Times

Top Times 200y free................................... 1:51.90 500y free................................... 4:58.80 1000y free............................... 10:21.41

100y fly........................................ 55.80 200y fly..................................... 2:00.66

Kredich on Garrett:

100y breast....................................1:01.70 200y breast....................................2:10.34 200y IM..........................................2:00.12

400y IM..........................................4:19.03 100y fly.............................................55.98

Kredich on Gelb:

“Maddie may be our most improved swimmer in terms of technical ability. She brings a consistent toughness and grit to every practice and race. We’re looking to her to combine these two things to have a breakout junior season.”

“Sam figured a lot of things out last year and was able to have some fantastic swims, but we feel like she’s just beginning to scratch the surface of what she can do. She’s the consummate IM’er – she doesn’t have a weak stroke and she takes a lot of joy in mastering every element of the event.”

2009-10: Was runner-up in the 200y fly and captured fourth in the 100y fly at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…At Florida, took fourth in the 100y fly and sixth in both the 500y free and 200y medley relay…Claimed fifth in the 200y fly and added a pair of sixthplace finishes in the 500y free and 400y free relay at Virginia…Had top-10 finishes in the 200y fly and 1650y free at the Tennessee Invitational…Finished fifth or better in her first 13 events over four meets to start the season, including runner-up finishes in the 200y fly at Louisville and 500y free at LSU…Had third-place finishes in the 1000y free and 500y free against Kentucky…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.

2009-10: Set a UT record in the 200y breast after touching in at 2:10.34 to finish third at the SEC Championships…Also finished 13th in the 100y breast and 16th in the 200y IM at the conference championships… Competed in the 100y and 200y breast at the NCAA Championships… Won the 200y breast and took third in the 200y IM at Georgia…Had top-10 finishes in the 100y and 200y breast and the 200y IM at the Tennessee Invitational…Was runner-up in the 100y breast against South Carolina…Finished fourth in the 200 IM against Florida and at Virginia…Took third in the 200y IM in the season opener at Louisville… Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.

2008-09: Recorded a Lady Vol season-best performance of 2:00.66 in the 200y fly at Florida…Ranks No. 7 all-time in UT history in the event…Grabbed first in the 200y fly at the Last Chance Meet in Knoxville…Competed in the 100y fly, 200y fly and 500y free at the Southeastern Conference Championships…Clocked a season best in the 100y fly (55.80) versus Georgia…Was a member of the victorious 400y medley relay at the Indiana quad…Placed third in the 500y free at Kentucky…Took third in the 1000y free and as a member of the 400y free relay against Louisville…Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Captured three state championships (2005-07) as a member of the Harpeth Hall swimming and diving team...Was the state scoring champion in each of those championship meets and was a two-time team MVP...Earned a runner-up finish in the 100y fly and was third in the 200y free in 2007...Also earned AllAmerica honors in both the 100y fly and 200y free in 2006 and 2007...Set the region record in the 100y fly in 2007...Was named the Barracudas’ Rookie of the Year as freshman...Represented the Nashville Aquatic Club at the 2007 USA Swimming Short Course National Championships. PERSONAL: Majoring in psychology on the pre-med track...Calls helping her team win state three years to mark seven state titles in a row as her biggest swimming thrill...Sister Macie, 24, swam at Texas...Also has one brother, Clay, 18...Madeline Lily Garrett, daughter of Mark and Margaret Garrett, was born May 18, 1990, in Nashville, Tenn.

2008-09: Clocked NCAA ‘B’ marks in the 100y breast, 200y breast and 200y IM…Scored at the Southeastern Conference Championships with an 11th-place finish in the 200y breast (2:15.01) and a 16thplace finish in the 400y IM (4:19.03)…Both times were career bests… Ranked among the Big Orange top-five in both breaststrokes and both IM events…Her first-place performance in the 200y IM (2:00.12) at the Last Chance Meet in Knoxville made her the third-fastest performer in the event in Lady Vol history…She also ranks fourth in the 400y IM and in the top-10 of both breaststrokes in the UT record books… Captured second-place in the 200y breast at the Indiana quad meet… Nabbed runner-up finishes in the 200y IM, 400y IM and 200y breast at the Tennessee Swimming Invitational…Won the 100y breast at Kentucky and took first in the 200y IM versus Louisville…Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll and to the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Honorable Mention Academic AllAmerica team. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Competed in the 100m breast (1:13.31) and 200m IM (2:20.51) at the 2009 ConocoPhillips USA National Championships…Finished 88th in the 200m IM at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials. HIGH SCHOOL: A talented breaststroker, she placed eighth in 200m breast at the 2006 Junior National Championships...Also placed 14th in the 200m IM at that meet. PERSONAL: Majoring in advertising...Tabbed a Scholastic AllAmerican in 2006 and 2007 by USA Swimming...Was a Maryland Distinguished Scholar Semi-Finalist, National Merit Commended Student and an Advanced Placement Scholar...Has a brother, Aiden, 13...Samara Rose Gelb, daughter of Daniel and Jillian Gelb, was born Oct. 29, 1990, in Rochester, N.Y.

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Lady Vol Returnees JODIE

CAITLIN

5-4 Junior Diving

5-8 Junior Free

Sheffield, England | Norton College

Warrenton, Va. | Fauquier H.S. Club | Qdd Swim Team Coach | Mike Yearwood

McGroarty

Top Scores 1-meter........................................ 302.40

3-meter........................................ 348.10

Parrington on McGroarty: “Jodie was hampered on and off last season with a shoulder issue which has now been surgically repaired. I expect her to be back at full strength this season, to train consistently and continue to show the excellent form displayed at SECs in 2009 and towards the end of last season.”

2009-10: Captured ninth on the 3-meter and 11th on the 1-meter at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships…Qualified for the meet in both events at the Tennessee Invitational, where she was runner-up on the 3-meter (337.90) and took third on the 1-meter (273.55)… The 3-meter score is the fifth best performance in school history… Finished 14th and 15th on the 1-meter and 3-meter at the SEC Championships…Had a pair of third-place finishes against Florida… Won the 3-meter and placed second on the 1-meter at Virginia…Was runner-up on the 1-meter against Kentucky in her season opener… Also added third-place finishes on the 1-meter at Georgia and the 3-meter against South Carolina. 2008-09: Placed third on the 3-meter with a career-best score of 348.10 at the Southeastern Conference Championships…Also took fourth on the 1-meter with a career-best score of 302.40 at SECs… Was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team…Her top performances on the 1-meter and 3-meter were Lady Vol season bests…Is the No. 2 all-time performer on the 3-meter and No. 5 on the 1-meter in six-dive competitions in the Lady Vol record books…Snagged first on the 3-meter and second on the 1-meter at Florida…Won the 1-meter and was second on the 3-meter in the near-upset of No. 1 Georgia…Finished second on the 3-meter at the Allan Jones Diving Invitational…Placed first on the 1-meter at Kentucky…Won the 3-meter and was second on the 1-meter versus Arkansas/Vanderbilt. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Finished runner-up on the 1-meter and 3-meter boards at the 2009 British Diving Championships…Nearly competed at 2008 Olympics on 3-meter board, narrowly missing out with a runner-up finish at Great Britain’s Olympic Diving Trials. HIGH SCHOOL: Signed with Lady Vols in 2007 but deferred her enrollment to continue to compete for Great Britain on the international level...Was part of British National Age-Group team beginning in 2003...Moved up to the Senior National Team in 2006... Had great performances at the 2008 British Championships, winning a gold medal from the 3-meter board and silver in the 3-meter synchronized diving event...Competed on the 1-meter board at the 2007 World Championships...Took gold on 1-meter and silver on 3-meter synchronized event at 2007 British Championships... Finished seventh on the 3-meter at 2006 European Championships... Took first on 1-meter, 3-meter and 3-meter synchronized boards at the 2006 ASA Elite Junior National Championships.

PERKS

Top Times 50y free...........................................23.17 100y free.........................................49.28 200y free......................................1:48.66

500y free......................................4:57.35 1000y free..................................10:36.26 100y fly...........................................59.03

Kredich on Perks: “Caitlin had some breakthrough moments last year despite being sidelined with sickness for much of the season. We’re looking forward to having her return to health and build on those improvements this season.”

2009-10: Swam a leg of the fourth-place 400y free relay and was a part of the 200y and 800y free relay squads that captured fifth at the SEC Championships…Her 50y free time of 23.17 at the SEC Championships ranks 11th on the Lady Vol top performers list…Was runner-up in the 100y free and the 200y free relay at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Was a member of 400y free relay squads that had victories against Florida and at LSU…Finished fourth in the 100y free and 200y free against Florida and fifth in the events at Georgia… Had top-five finishes in the 100y and 200y frees at Virginia…Placed fourth in the 100y free against Kentucky and at LSU…Added fifth-place finishes in the 200y free against South Carolina and at Louisville...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Was a member of the fifth-place 800y free relay team at the Southeastern Conference Championships…Also recorded career bests in the 50y free (23.50) and 200y free (1:48.66) and competed in the 100y free at SECs…Won the 200y free at the Last Chance Meet in Knoxville…Was on the second-place 400y free relay in the nearupset of No. 1 Georgia…Swam leg on victorious 800y free relays at Indiana quad and Tennessee Swimming Invitational…Had a pair of top-three finishes at both the Kentucky and Arkansas/Vanderbilt meets…Was a member of the first-place 400y free relay and finished second in the 100y free versus Louisville...Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Holds 10 of 11 swimming records at Fauquier High School...Was an eight-time All-American and eight-time district and regional champion from 2005-08...Captured the state championship and was named team MVP in 2005...As a member of QDD Swim Team she competed at numerous national events, including the 2006 U.S. Open and Junior Nationals in the summers of 2006 and 2007. PERSONAL: Majoring in accounting...In addition to her athletic achievements, she excelled academically in high school...Earned USA Swimming Scholastic All-America honors as well as the Northwestern District All-Academic Award...Her biggest thrill in swimming was winning the 2007 Ladies Team Virginia Championship title...Has one sister, Stephanie, 23, who swam for Sweet Briar College in Virginia... Caitlin Leigh Perks, daughter of John and Dawn Perks, was born April 27, 1990, in Rochester, N.Y.

PERSONAL: Majoring in communications...Highest ambition is to compete at the Olympics... Admires Greg Louganis, Muhammad Ali and Lance Armstrong...Has one brother, Kyle, 26, and one sister, Fern, 24...Jodie Marie McGroarty, daughter of James and Ethel McGroarty, was born on May 29, 1989, in Zimbabwe.

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Lady Vol Returnees TORI

RICHMOND 5-4 Junior IM, Fly, Breast Palm City, Fla. | The Bolles School Club | Bolles School Sharks Coach | Sergio Lopez

Top Times 50y free......................................... 24.77 100y fly......................................... 55.80 200y fly...................................... 2:00.87 100y back..................................... 58.87 200y back.................................. 2:04.93

100y breast................................ 1:05.37 200y breast................................ 2:12.25 200y IM...................................... 2:01.19 400y IM...................................... 4:19.29

Kredich on Richmond: “Tori emerged last year as one of the best trainers on our team, and it showed in some tremendous drops for her last year. We expect her to continue where she left off, and look for her to make an impact at the NCAA level.”

2009-10: Placed first in the 200y IM (2:01.47) and 200y breast (2:12.84) at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Her 200y breast time at the meet is the seventh fastest on the Lady Vol performance list…Competed in the 200y fly and 400y IM at the SEC Championships…Had third-place finishes in the 200y fly and 200y IM against Florida and at Virginia…At the Tennessee Invitational, placed third in the 400y IM and fifth in the 200y IM…Opened the season against Kentucky with victories in the 200y fly and 200y IM, and swam a leg of the third-place 200y medley relay team…Also took the top spot in the 200y breast against South Carolina to go along with top-five finishes in the 100y back and 400y IM…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Competed at the Southeastern Conference Championships in the 200y IM, 400y IM and 200y fly…Ranked in the UT top five in the 200y IM, 400y IM, 100y fly and 200y fly for the season…Ranks among the top-10 all-time Lady Vols in the 200y IM and 200y fly, as well…Captured the 200y fly in a career-best time of 2:00.87 at the Last Chance Meet in Knoxville…Finished third in the 200y IM in a career-best 2:01.31 versus Georgia…Placed third in the 200y fly and 400y IM at the Tennessee Swimming Invitational… Captured first place in the 200y IM at Kentucky…Placed third in the

200y back and was on the runner-up 200y free relay at the Arkansas/ Vanderbilt tri-meet. NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Swam in the 400 IM (5:08.03) and the 200m backstroke (2:45.29) at the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-America honors in the 200y IM, 100y breast and 200y free relay at Martin County High School...Transferred to The Bolles School and added All-America accolades in the 200y IM and 400y freestyle relay...Overall, was a 12-time All-American...Also won two Florida state team championships at The Bolles School...Was part of 200y free relay that broke the National Independent School and Florida state record...Won consecutive state titles in the 200 and 400y free relays in 2006-07...Also took first in 200y IM in 2007 and 100y breast stroke in 2005. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in economics...Enjoys horseback riding...Goals are to pursue a career as a lawyer and finish top eight at the NCAA Championships...Was a volunteer coach at Martin County Aquatics...Will compete against former teammates Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace (Auburn), Caitlin Geary (Auburn) and Rebekah Epley (Florida)...Watching the 1996 Olympics inspired her to start swimming...Daughter of Harry and Paula Richmond...Has one brother, Alex, 23...Victoria Lynne Richmond was born July 29, 1990, in Elgin, Ill.

Clockwise, from top right: Richmond, Perks and McGroarty

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Lady Vol Returnees GABRIELLE

ATLANTIS

5-6 Junior Diving

5-7 Junior Free

TRUDEAU Montreal, Canada | Antioine-de-St-Expery Club | Camo Divng Club Coach | Aaron Driver

Top Scores 1-meter........................................ 292.30 3-meter........................................318.75

Platform.......................................273.50

wilkins

Bolingbrook, Ill. | Neuqua Valley H.S. Club | Fox Valley Coach | Dave Krodiack

Top Times 50y free.......................................... 23.16 100y free.........................................52.48

50m free.........................................26.94

Parrington on Trudeau:

Kredich on Wilkins:

“Gabbi returns for her third year as our strongest all-around diver and with two solid seasons behind her. I expect she will step up during the championship season and compete for titles at SECs and NCAAs.”

“Atlantis is still learning to use her tremendous explosiveness and athleticism in the water. She takes a very cerebral approach to swimming, which serves her very well most of the time. We’re looking to her this year to become more unconscious, more of a leader and to become an integral part of our sprint relays.”

2009-10: Captured sixth on the platform at the NCAA Zone B Championships and also competed on the 1-meter (13th) and 3-meter (18th)…Finished 10th on the platform at the SEC Championships...Was runner-up on the 1-meter and 3-meter at Georgia…Won the 1-meter and claimed second on the 3-meter at Virginia…Against Florida, grabbed second on the 1-meter and fourth on the 3-meter…Placed fourth on the platform at the Georgia Diving Invitational…Opened the season up as the 1-meter champ and 3-meter runner-up at Louisville…Added two more second-place finishes in the 1-meter against South Carolina and at LSU…Had career-best scores on the 1-meter (292.30) and 3-meter (318.75) at the Tennessee Invitational…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Became the 10th Lady Vol diver to earn All-America honors under long-time diving coach Dave Parrington, finishing 13th on the platform at the NCAA Championships… Also competed on the 1-meter and 3-meter boards at NCAAs…Grabbed the 10th and final national championships qualifying spot from the region after finishing third on the platform at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships...Placed fifth on the tower and also scored on the 1-meter (14th) and 3-meter (15th) at the SEC Championships…Finished third on the 1-meter at Florida…Captured second place on the platform at the Indiana quad…Took third on the 1-meter at the Allan Jones Diving Invitational and at Kentucky...Placed third on both boards at the Arkansas/Vanderbilt tri-meet…Won the 1-meter and placed second on the 3-meter in the season-opener against Louisville...Was named to the College Swimming Coaches Association of America Academic AllAmerica Team as well as the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.

2009-10: Was a member of the first-place 200y medley relay team and the runner-up 200y free relay squad, along with placing third in the 50y free against South Carolina…Finished third in the 50y free and swam a leg of the 200y and 400y free relays teams that finished eighth at the Tennessee Invitational…Placed fourth in the 50y free and eighth in the 100y free against Louisville and again at LSU…Had third-place finishes in the 50y free and 200y medley relay versus Kentucky…Added a 10th-place finish in the 100y free at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet. 2008-09: Swam a leg on the third-place 200y free relay and also placed fourth in the 50y free at the Indiana quad meet…Was on the third-place 200y free relay at the Tennessee Swimming Invitational… Finished second in the 50y free and on the 200y free relay at the Arkansas/Vanderbilt tri-meet…Was named to the Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters on Neuqua Valley High School swimming and diving team...Was high school team MVP her senior year...Was a five-time All-American in sprint free events...Was named all-state her junior and senior years...As a member of the Fox Valley Swim Club, she participated in the 2007 ConocoPhillips Short Course Nationals and the NCSA Junior Nationals. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology...Is on the pre-med track at UT...Goal is to participate in the finals at the NCAA Championships...Twin brother, Anton, plays football at Southern Illinois...Has an older sister, Sarah Ivy, 25...Atlantis Monique Wilkins, daughter of Ananias and Charlotte Wilkins, was born Dec. 29, 1989, in Joliet, Ill.

HIGH SCHOOL: Has been a member of the Canadian National Team since 2003...Was selected to compete for Team Canada at the 2008 FINA World Junior Championships...Qualified for the Canadian Olympic Diving Team Trials...Took second on the platform at the 2008 Speedo Junior National Diving Championships...Won a gold on three-meter board and a silver from the one-meter board and platform at the 2005 Pan Am Junior Championships...Ranked in the top three divers in her age group in Quebec since 2004. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in finance...Has two sisters, Maude, 18, and Cloé, 13...Gabrielle Trudeau, daughter of Chantal Coté and Paul Trudeau, was born June 13, 1990, in Chateauguay, Quebec.

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Lady Vol Returnees ABBIE

LINDSEY

5-9 RS Sophomore Free, Back

5-9 RS Sophomore Free

Lawrenceville, Ga. | Dacula H.S. Club | Swim Atlanta Coach | Chris Davis

Memphis, Tenn. | Briarcrest Christian H.S. Club | Memphis Thunder Coach | Dan Schultz

ALTON

BRACKENS

Top Times 50y free........................................ 22.86 100y free...................................... 49.67 100y back..................................... 56.00

200y back................................. 2:03.63 50m free...................................... 26.41 100m free.................................... 57.62

Kredich on Alton: “After a redshirt year in 2009-2010, Abbie comes into this season with the perspective of an upperclassman and the enthusiasm of a newcomer. She’s figured a lot of things out, and we’re looking to her for leadership in competition, practice, and out of the pool as well.”

Top Times 100y free...........................................51.75 200y free........................................1:49.36 500y free........................................4:49.38 1000y free......................................9:49.59

1650y free....................................16:35.02 200m free......................................2:02.94 800m free......................................8:49.58 1500m free..................................16:51.29

Kredich on Brackens: “The patience and persistence that Lindsey has exercised over her two years at Tennessee has become an integral part of our team’s identity. Through a long process of rehabilitation, she has quietly built herself into an incredible freestyler that will be one of the best that’s ever suited up for Tennessee.”

2009-10: Redshirted due to injury. 2008-09: Placed fourth in the 1000y free in the near-upset of No. 1 Georgia with a time of 10:00.00…Also swam a season-best time of 4:55.77 in the 500y free versus the Bulldogs…Performances ranked second and third, respectively, for the Lady Vols on the season… Placed first in the 500y free at the Last Chance Meet in Knoxville.

2009-10: Redshirted due to injury…Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll. 2008-09: Competed in the 100y free and on the 200y free relay at the NCAA Championships…Was a member of the fourth-place 200y free relay at the Southeastern Conference Championships… Scored individually at SECs with a 16th-place finish in the 50y free… Recorded career-bests during prelim heats of 50y free (21.86) and 100y free (49.67) at conference championships…Finished season in Lady Vol top-five in 50y free, 100y free, 100y back and 200y back…Led off second-place 400y free relay vs. Georgia …Was a member of first-place 200y and 400y free relays at Indiana quad meet...Grabbed second in the 50y free at Kentucky…Placed third in the 100y back and 100y free, and was on runner-up 200y free relay versus Arkansas/Vanderbilt…Took first as a member of 400 free relay in collegiate debut against Louisville.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-time All-American and was named the Most Valuable Swimmer four years in a row at Briarcrest Christian School... Also earned the Coach’s Award and was dubbed the Tennessee Swimmer of the Year...She made the finals in four different events at both the 2006 and 2007 Speedo Junior National Championships... In 2007, she produced Olympic Trials cuts while placing third in the 200m free and fifth in the 400m free...She was also fourth in the 1500m freestyle...Made the Olympic Trials cut in the 800m freestyle at the 2007 ConocoPhillips National Championships. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Communications with a minor in leadership...Highest athletic ambition is to swim in the Olympics and to help the Lady Vols win a national championship...Daughter of Russ and Sheila Brackens...Has a sister, Ashley, 22, and a brother, Sam, 11...Lindsey Nichole Brackens, daughter of Russ and Sheila Brackens, was born on Aug. 31, 1989, in Roanoke, Va.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Dacula High School, where she was named an All-American and Gwinnett County’s Swimmer of the Year in each of her last two seasons...Has seven county titles and five state championships to her name...Won the state 100y free event three times and the 50y free once...Captured the 2007 state championship in the 50m free and competed at Summer Nationals. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Business...Highest ambition is to represent the U.S. in the Olympics...Her biggest thrill in swimming is getting to train and compete as a Lady Vol...Calls her club coach Chris Davis her biggest influence, because he gave her confidence...Career objective is to do something in the music industry...Hobbies include playing the guitar, piano and singing... Admires Natalie Coughlin...Has a brother, Raffy, 21...Abigail Hannah Alton, daughter of Randy and Peg Alton, was born on May 16, 1990, in Tucker, Ga.

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Lady Vol Returnees KELSEY

BREANNA

5-10 Sophomore Fly, Free, Back

5-6 Sophomore Breast, IM

Lexington, Ky. | Tates Creek H.S. Club | Wildcat Aquatics Coach | Ben Davis

Mohrsville, Pa. | Schuylkill Valley H.S. Club | Parkland Aquatic Club Coach | Erik Posegay

FLOYD

Top Times 100y back...................................... 54.92 200y back................................... 1:55.92 100y fly.......................................... 53.28

200y fly....................................... 1:58.01 200y free..................................... 1:47.29 500y free..................................... 4:53.35

Kredich on Floyd: “Kelsey’s freshman year was a powerful learning experience, and she blossomed into one of the SEC’s finest and most versatile swimmers. She was a force on our relays last year, and with a great summer under her belt we expect to see some eye-popping performances emerge by the end of this season.”

2009-10: Made an immediate impact on UT’s relay squads by earning All-America accolades in four relay events…Swam a leg on the runnerup 200y medley relay (1:36.90) at the NCAA Championships and was a part of the honorable mention All-American 400y medley (10th), 400y free (14th) and 200y free relays (15th)…Finished second in the 200y back and added a fourth-place finish in the 100y back at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Was a member of four relay squads that finished fifth or better at the SEC Championships...Her 200y fly time of 1:58.01 at the SEC Championships is the second fastest school mark…Was on the winning 200y medley and 400y free relays against Florida…Had second-place finishes in the 200y back, 200y medley relay and 400y free relay at Georgia…Won the 200y back and claimed third in the 100y back at the Tennessee Invitational…Against South Carolina, was victorious in the 200y fly and back…Added victories in the 100y back, 1000y free and 200y medley relay against Kentucky… Was named SEC Freshman of the week four times...Earned First Team All-SEC honors…Also named to the SEC All-Freshmen Team. National/International: At the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships, she was a member of the sixthplace 400 medley relay squad, finished 13th overall and fifth in the B Final of the 200m butterfly (2:12.84), touched in at 1:01.44 in the 100m fly and swam a time of 2:04.51 in the 200m free. HIGH SCHOOL: A four-time All-American in the 100y fly and 100y back at Tates Creek High School, Floyd placed third in the 100y fly and fifth in the 100y back at the 2009 Kentucky High School Swimming and Diving Championships...A Swimming World Magazine four-star recruit, she competed at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100m fly and was a three-time Most Outstanding Female Competitor in her region. PERSONAL: In addition to her athletic achievements, she was senior class president and a member of the National Honor Society...Her cousin, Sarah Bertrum, swam at Davidson...Enjoys singing, driving and listening to music...Chose Tennessee over Northwestern and Ohio State... Has two brothers, Chris, 21, and Craig, 16...Kelsey Jane Floyd, daughter of Richard and Julie Floyd, was born May 12, 1991, in Lexington, Ky.

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FOLK

Top Times 100y breast..................................1:00.30 200y breast..................................2:13.45 100y fly...........................................55.30

200y fly........................................2:07.54 200y IM........................................1:59.00 400y IM........................................4:19.57

Kredich on Folk: “Breanna is coming off of a breakout summer and shows no signs of slowing down. She has improved this past year in every phase of her swimming, and she keeps getting better. She brings a particular kind of joy to swimming that is contagious and inspiring.”

2009-10: Competed in the 100y breast (1:01.05) and 200y breast (2:16.80) at the NCAA Championships…Finished third in the 100y breast (1:00.30) and ninth in the 200y IM (1:59.00) at the SEC Championships...Both times rank in the top-10 fastest performances…Took third in the 100y fly and fourth in the 200y breast at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Won the 100y breast and added runner-up finishes in the 400y IM and 200y medley relay against South Carolina…Was runner-up in the 200y IM and finished third in the 200y breast against Kentucky and at LSU…Opened the season up with three top-five finishes at Louisville, including a second-place finish in the 200y IM…Named to the SEC All-Freshmen Team…Also selected to the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll. National/International: At the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships, she qualified for the B Final in the 200m IM and finished 16th with a time of 2:17.55, won the 100m breast C final with a time of 1:09.49, placing 17th overall, and just missed making the C final cut in the 200m backstroke, claiming 26th. HIGH SCHOOL: Competed exclusively on club teams for two years before returning to high school competition her senior year...Named 2009 Berks County Swimmer of the Year after capturing wins in the 200y IM and 100y breast at the PIAA Class AA Swimming Championships for Schuylkill Valley High School...Placed 24th in the 200m IM at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials and was runner-up in the 200m IM by less than a tenth of a second at 2007 Junior National Championships. PERSONAL: Is enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...Has been competing at national meets since she was 13...Goal is to race at the 2012 Olympics and win an NCAA Championship as a team and as an individual...Former teammates include Texas All-American Katie Riefenstahl and Pittsburgh’s Lisa McDonnell...Plans to obtain a Ph.D. someday...Calls the “Miracle on Ice” her biggest sports influence, because anything can happen in sports...Has one brother, Hayden, 14...Breanna Leigh Folk, daughter of Gehret and Konstance Folk, was born Feb. 21, 1991, in Reading, Pa.

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Lady Vol Returnees SLOANE

KATHRYN

6-1 Sophomore Free

5-8 Sophomore Fly, Free

SAMPSON

PITMAN

McMinnville, Ore. | McMinnville H.S. Club | McMinnville Swim Club Coach | Kyle Kimball

Chattanooga, Tenn. | The Baylor School Club | Baylor Swim Club Coach | Dan Flack

Top Times 50y free......................................... 23.38 100y free....................................... 51.26 200y free.................................... 1:51.34

100y breast................................ 1:06.34 200y IM...................................... 2:03.17

Top Times 50y free.............................................25.32 100y free...........................................53.55 200y free........................................1:55.79

500y free........................................ 5:11.84 100y fly.............................................57.44 200y fly..........................................2:04.56

Kredich on Pitman:

Kredich on Sampson:

“Sloane’s passion for swimming and for Tennessee have led her to decide to red-shirt this season so she can work on her swimming from the inside out. Her enthusiasm and perspective make her an integral part of the team’s approach to competition, practice, and performance.”

“Kathryn posesses a quiet tenaciousness that helped her progress tremendously last year in a radically new program for her. We expect that this year, with some familiarity and experience under her belt, she’ll be able to train and compete with even more assertiveness and vision.“

2009-10: Swam a leg of the 200y free relay squad that finished fifth at the Southeastern Conference Championships…Placed third in the 100y free and sixth in the 50y free at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Had two top-five finishes against Florida, including a fourth-place finish in the 50y free…Was part of the 200y medley relay and 400y free relay teams that finished fourth at Georgia… Finished seventh in the 50y and 100y frees at Virgina…Had runnerup finishes in the 200y medley and free relays against South Carolina…Captured seventh in the 100y free at Louisville and LSU… Named to the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Captured her second straight 50y free title and swam on three winning relays at the 2009 Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships...Shared Tennessee Female Swimmer of the Year Award and led the Baylor School to a repeat state championship...Tied the meet record and won the 100y free at the Eastern Prep Championships in 2009...A four-star Swimming World Magazine recruit, she was a 15-time All-American and had the second-fastest 50y free time among high school seniors in 2009.

2009-10: Swam a ninth-place time in the 100y fly at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…Placed sixth in the 200y fly against Florida and in the 1000y free at Georgia…At the Tennessee Invitational, swam a leg on the eighth-place 200y free relay team…Finished in the top-10 in three events against South Carolina, including as member of the third-place 200y free relay squad…Had a pair of fifth-place finishes at LSU…Opened the season up at Louisville with seventh-place finishes in the 100y fly and 200y free…Named to the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll. HIGH SCHOOL: Owns McMinnville High School records in the 100y fly and McMinnville Swim Club records in both butterfly events...Was named McMinnville Swim Club 2009 Female Swimmer of the Year... Was a member of the honor roll and Who’s Who Among American High School Students. PERSONAL: Majoring in exercise science...Career objective is to be an exercise physiologist or a doctor...Has a sister, Brittany, 22...Kathryn Frances Sampson, daughter of Rick and Karyn Sampson, was born Aug. 16, 1991, in Newberry, Ore.

PERSONAL: Majoring in global studies...Her mother, Laura (Sawyer), earned All-America honors for the Lady Vols as a member of the 400y medley relay in 1984, making her the first legacy in Lady Vol swimming and diving history...Has a brother Joseph, 23, who played football at UTC, and a sister, Arden, 17...Lindsay Sloane Pitman, daughter of Wes and Laura Pitman, was born in Chattanooga, Tenn., on Sept. 14, 1991.

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Lady Vol Returnees SKYE

brooke

5-4 Sophomore Diving

5-7 Sophomore Free, Fly, IM

SANDERS Knoxville, Tenn. | South-Doyle H.S. Club: Tennessee Diving Coach: Dave Parrington

Top Scores 1-meter........................................ 243.83 3-meter........................................ 267.35

Platform....................................... 198.70

Parrington on Sanders: “Skye comes back with the experience of having scored on platform as a freshman at SEC’s and I anticipate she will continue to improve to the point where the same will be true on springboard.”

2009-10: Had a season-best platform dive (198.70) at the SEC Championships to finish 16th…Finished third on the 1-meter and 3-meter at Virginia…Placed in the top-10 on all three dives at the Tennessee Invitational, including taking seventh on the 3-meter with a season best score of 267.35…At LSU, finished fourth on the 1-meter and 3-meter…Grabbed fourth on the 3-meter and fifth on the 1-meter against Louisville and at Kentucky…Added another fifthplace finish on the 1-meter against South Carolina. HIGH SCHOOL: Placed third on the 1-meter at the 2009 Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships for South-Doyle High School...Was also fifth in the event at the 2007 and 2006 state championships...Placed second on the 1-meter behind UT classmate Tori Lamp at the 2009 Knoxville Area Swim League Championships, after capturing the title in 2008...Qualified for the USA Junior National Championships on the platform from 2005-07...Was a three-time winner of the Tennessee Mathematics Teachers’ Association Award. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences...Is a licensed pilot and hopes to attain her private pilot certificate soon...Has played the piano since she was five years old...Started competing for the Tennessee Diving Club and head coach Dave Parrington as a 12-year-old and made her mind up she would dive for UT one day... Has two sisters, Star, 16, and Summer, 13....Skye Karyne Sanders, daughter of Nancy and John Sanders, was born Feb. 13, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn.

watson Memphis, Tenn. | White Station H.S. Club | Memphis Tigers Coach | Dave Smith

Top Times 50y free...........................................24.88 100y free.........................................54.10 200y free......................................1:53.60 500y free......................................4:56.09

1000y free..................................10:23.55 100y fly...........................................54.07 200y fly....................................... 1:58.96 200y IM........................................2:12.40

Kredich on Watson: “Brooke trains and thinks at an elite level, and she rose to that performance level at SECs last year. She put together a terrific summer season as well and we think Brooke is poised to make an impact at NCAAs this season.”

2009-10: Captured victories in the 100y fly (24.07) and 200y fly (1:59.85) at the Tennessee Last Chance Meet…The times rank her third (200y fly) and sixth (100y fly) on the Lady Vol top-10 performers list…Competed in the 100y fly (12th), 200y fly (17th) and 500y free (30th) at the SEC Championships…Placed fifth in the 1000y free against Florida…Finished fourth in the 200y fly and sixth in the 1000y free at Virginia…Was a member of the 800y free relay team that placed third at the Tennessee Inviational…Had runner-up finishes in the 200y fly against Kentucky and in the 1000y free at LSU…Also finished third in the 500y free at LSU and in 200y fly at Louisville… Named to the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll. National/International: Touched in at 1:02.18 in the 100m fly to finish 53rd at the 2010 ConocoPhillips USA Swimming National Championships. HIGH SCHOOL: Earned All-America honors her last three years at White Station High School...Competed at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials...At the 2009 Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships, she placed fifth in the 100y fly and seventh in the 200y IM...Also picked up a sixth in the 100y fly and a pair of thirdplace relay finishes at the 2008 state meet...Was a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist and a member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences and part of the Honors Program...Outside interests include photography, SEC football and basketball...Biggest thrill in swimming was making the Olympic Trials...Chose Tennessee over Yale, Davidson and North Carolina...Has one sister, Chelsea, 23, and two brothers, Blake, 27, and Elliott, 17...Brooke Meredith Watson, daughter of Dennis and Karen Watson, was born Aug. 8, 1991, in Memphis, Tenn.

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Lady Vol Newcomers courtney

Alex

5-6 Freshman Back, IM

5-6 Freshman Free

Marietta, Ga. | Lassiter H.S. Club | Stingrays Swimming Coach | Ian Goss

New Bedford, Mass. | New Bedford H.S. Club | Bluefish Aquatics Coach | Chuck Batchelor

Ciesielski

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead Lassiter High School in Marietta, Ga. to AAAAA state titles in 2008, 2009 and 2010…Swam a leg for the victorious 400y free relay squad that won the 2010 state title…Also finished second in the 100y back at the state meet...Holds school records in the 100y back, 200y IM, 400y free relay and 200y medley relays…Also a member of the squad that holds the Cobb County 400y free relay record… Earned five National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association high school All-America certificates on relays and in the 100y back prior to her senior year…Tabbed a SwimmingWorld Magazine three-star recruit…Swam for the Stingrays Swimming club…Named a Scholastic All-American by USA Swimming. Personal: Majoring in journalism…Outside interests include reading, writing and biking…Lists her club coach Ian Goss as her biggest influence…Chose UT because of the team chemistry, coaches and tradition of excellence…Former teammates swimming at the collegiate level include Erin Reisinger of Auburn, Kristine Polley of Florida State and Shelby HIxon of Alabama…Has one brother, Jeff, 15, and one sister, Jenni, 13…Courtney Leigh Ciesielski, daughter of David and Mary Ciesielski, was born Aug. 4, 1992, in Atlanta, Ga.

Frasier

HIGH SCHOOL: Won consecutive state championship in the 100y free in 2008 and 2009…Set high school marks in the 50y free, 100y free, 200y free, 500y free, 100y back, 200y IM, 200y and 400y free relays…Led New Bedford to a second-place finish in the Southern Conference…Named the Standard Times’ Girls Swimmer of the Year… Tabbed by SwimmingWorld Magazine as a five-star recruit…Broke the national record in the 400y medley relay and the 200y medley relay as a member of Bluefish Aquatic Club...Was a NISCA High School AllAmerican in the 200y free in 2009. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in civil engineering...Former teammate of U.S. Olympian Elizabeth Beisel, who swims at Florida…Chose Tennessee because she liked the spirit from the students about being Volunteers…Has one sister, Rikki Eanes, 24…Calls her mom her biggest influence…Alexandria Ivanna Frasier, daughter of Helena Almeida, was born on May 30, 1992, in Cherry Point, N.C.

Kennedy

Higdon

Lindsay

Gendron

5-8 Freshman Free, Fly, IM

5-10 Freshman Free, IM Bloomington, Ill. | Normal Community H.S. Club | Redbird Swim Coach | Charlie Yourd HIGH SCHOOL: Joined the swimming and diving team at Normal (Ill.) Community High School during her senior year…During the first three years of her prep career, she swam exclusively for her club team, Redbird Swim…Was an Illinois State Champion in the 100y free (50.54) and finished runner-up in the 200y IM...Broke Normal’s 50y free record in her high school debut…Named by SwimmingWorld Magazine as a five-star recruit...Posted Olympic Trials qualifying times…Was a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American. PERSONAL: Majoring in nutrition…Career objective is to be a registered dietician…Names her club coach, Charlie Yourd, as her biggest swimming influence…Former teammates competing at the collegiate level include Emily Hanson of Michigan, Caitlin Hamilton of Purdue and Monica Drake of Arizona…Has two brothers, Jacob, 21, and Jason, 19…Lindsay Danielle Gendron, daughter of Jeff and Karen Gendron, was born Oct. 16, 1992, in Bloomington, Ill.

Knoxville, Tenn. | Bearden H.S. Club | Pilot Aquatics Coach | Jim Rumbaugh HIGH SCHOOL: Shared the Tennessee Swimmer of the Year award in 2009 with fellow UT teammate Sloane Pitman…Won the 200y IM and finished runner-up in the 500y free at the Tennessee State High School Swimming and Diving Championships as a junior...During her senior campaign, won the 500y free at the Tennessee Championships and finished third in the 200y IM…As a member of the Pilot Aquatic Club, finished first in the 500y free (4:52.48) at the 2010 state meet… Also added a third-place finish in the 200y IM as well as top-six finishes as a member of the 200y medley and 400y free relays…Was a fourtime National Intercollegiate Swimming Coaches Association/Speedo All-American in the 500y free and a two-time honoree in the 200y IM. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in forensic anthropology…Cites her brother Cameron, 21, a swimmer at Western Kentucky, as her biggest influence…Outside interests include wakeboarding, hiking, reading and dancing…Father, Mark, and mother, Leyla, are both UT alums… Has one other brother, Eric, 14…Kennedy Bonnie Higdon was born on Jan. 16, 1992, in Knoxville, Tenn.

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Lady Vol Newcomers TORI

Mary Kate

5-8 RS-Freshman Diving

5-10 Freshman Back, Free

Knoxville, Tenn. | Bearden H.S. Club | Tennessee Diving Coach | Dave Parrington

Dublin, Ohio | Dublin Scioto H.S. Club | Westerville Aquatics Coach | Jim Peterfish

LAMP

2009-10: Redshirted due to injury and illness. HIGH SCHOOL: One of the most decorated diving recruits in Lady Vol history...Placed second on the platform at the Speedo USA Diving Spring National Championship last April to make the U.S. team for the FINA Canada Cup...A three-time All-American and the high school national champion, she set the state record while winning her second-straight state title on the 1-meter board in 2009... Won the U.S. Junior Nationals on the platform in 2009...Also made it to the finals in the 1-meter and 3-meter at junior nationals...Placed fifth on the tower at the 2008 Junior Diving World Championships... Selected to the World University Games team after placing second at Senior Nationals but was unable to compete in Belgrade, Serbia, because of injury. PERSONAL: Is enrolled in the College of Communication and Information...Is a level 10 gymnast and a regional qualifier in track and field...Enjoys video editing and the piano...Career objective is to be a video editor for ESPN...Has a sister, Jennifer, 23...Father, Danny, lettered in track and field at UT in 1982, and mother, Diane, is also a UT alum...Victoria Anne Lamp was born May 2, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn.

Caroline

REEVES

5-8 Freshman Breast Milton, Tenn. | Oakland H.S. Club | Nashville Aquatics Coach | John Morse HIGH SCHOOL: Broke her own state record in a winning effort in the 100y breast (1:01.16) at the 2009 Tennessee High School Swimming and Diving Championships…Previously set the record mark of 1:02.43, while winning her first state title as a freshman in 2007, breaking former Lady Vol Sarah McCall’s record…Finished runnerup in the 100y breast at the state meet in 2010…Is a three-time National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association high school AllAmerican in the 100y breast…Tabbed by SwimmingWorld Magazine as five-star recruit…Competed at the 2008 Olympic Trials in the 100m breast, finishing 76th. PERSONAL: Interested in pursuing a career in sports medicine and sports therapy…Former teammate of Megan Goss, who swims at Northwestern…Enjoys horseback riding…Has one brother, Christopher, 21…Caroline Kerr Reeves, daughter of Reginal Reeves and Lisa Wilkins, was born on Dec. 13, 1991, in Nashville, Tenn.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Won the 100y back at the Ohio State High School championship (54.53) back-to-back years in 2009 and 2010…Also is the 2010 state champion in the 200y free…Her 100y back time of 53.55 at the 2009 state championships is a state record…Rated a five-star recruit by SwimmingWorld Magazine… Held the third-fastest time in the 100y back (53.55) in the prep ranks in 2009…Earned six NISCA high school All-America awards…As a Westerville Aquatic Club team member, competed at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Trials, placing 36th in the 100m back…Finished 13th in the 100m back and 16th in the 200m back at the 2009 World Championship Trials. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in exercise science…Outside interests including snowboarding and playing the guitar…Career objective is to become a member of the U.S. Olympic team and win an NCAA Championship…Has two sisters, Jessica, 24, and Ashley, 23, and one brother, Kyle, 19, who is a swimmer at Texas…Mary Kate McNeilis, daughter of Jim and Cindy McNeilis, was born May 22, 1992, in Columbus, Ohio.

grace anne

Sanderson 5-6 Freshman Free Nashville, Tenn. | Harpeth Hall Club | Nashville Aquatics Coach | John Morse HIGH SCHOOL: Led Harpeth Hall to a runner-up team finish at the 2010 Tennessee Swimming and Diving Championships...Placed fourth in the 200y free, seventh in the 500y free and anchored the 200y free and 400y free relays to second and third-place finishes… Earned All-America honors from 2007-2009…Swam a leg for the 400y free relay squad that broke the Tennessee state record in 2008…Was a member of the Harpeth Hall team that won the 2007 State Championships…Named Harpeth Hall Rookie of the Year as a freshman...Competed for the Nashville Aquatic Club on the club circuit…Earned NISCA/Speedo All-American honors as a member of the 200y free relay in 2009 and 400y free relay in 2008. PERSONAL: Majoring in psychology…Former teammates swimming at the collegiate level include Sara Peterson of Florida and Kellyn Angell of Clemson…Highest ambition is to qualify for the NCAA Championship Meet…Biggest thrill was being a part of the 400y free relay squad that broke the Tennessee state record…Chose UT over Rutgers, Kentucky and N.C. State…Has one brother, Schuyler, 16…Grace Anne McDonough Sanderson, daughter of Richard Sanderson and Mary Margaret McDonough, was born Dec. 20, 1991, in Nashville, Tenn.

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Lady Vol Newcomers Lauren

Julianne

5-6 Freshman Back

5-7 Freshman Diving

Waterbury, Conn. | Sacred Heart H.S. Club | YMCA Sea Dogs Coach | Sean Farrell

Chattanooga, Tenn. | Girls Preparatory

wilson

solernou

HIGH SCHOOL: Broke 13 Connecticut records during her career as a star for Sacred Heart High School and the YMCA Sea Dogs… Dominated the 2009 YMCA Long Course national meet by sweeping the 50m back, 100m back and 200m back events…Named by SwimmingWorld Magazine as a five-star recruit...Won seven YMCA national championships at the club level…Has been a NISCA high school All-American every year in the 100y back…Capped her high school career by lowering her own Connecticut State Open record in the 100y back (55.44), while winning her third title in the event. PERSONAL: Pursuing a degree in nursing…Outside interests include tennis, art and reading…Former teammates swimming at the collegiate level include Mikki Morr at Boston College and Kim Jerome of Cornell…Names her club coach, Sean Farrell, as her biggest influence in the pool…Has one sister, Kathleen, 22…Her dad played soccer at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas… Lauren Ashley Solernou, daughter of Ramon and Sheila Solernou, was born Oct. 29, 1992, in Waterbury, Conn.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned high school All-America accolades in her senior and junior seasons at Girls Preparatory School…Was the Tennessee State Champion on the 1-meter in 2007 and 2010…Set the 1-meter school record (497.40) during her senior campaign…Named the Girls Preparatory School Headmaster’s Athlete of the Year as a senior…Also a three-time All-American in cheerleading…Is the school record holder in the high jump...Was a part of the state winning track and field teams in 2006 and 2007. PERSONAL: Double majoring in advertising and marketing… Is a UT Chancellor’s Honors Program student...Highest ambition is to compete in the NCAA Championships...Biggest thrill was winning the Tennessee State Diving Championship as a freshman…Career objective is to be a marketing director for a magazine or for a fashion designer… Has one brother, Matthew, 23…Her mother and brother both attended Tennessee…Dad ran track and cross country at Alabama...Julianne Patricia Wilson, daughter of Jim and Beth Ann Wilson, was born May 18, 1992, in Chattanooga, Tenn.

COACHES ON THE NEWCOMERS kredich ON:

McNeilis -

parrington on:

Frasier - “Alex is coming from one of the most respected programs and coaches in the country. She is really tough, a tremendously positive team person, and a national caliber freestyler who can do every distance well.”

Reeves - “We’re really happy to have kept

Lamp - “Tori, who is coming off a redshirt season, is an explosive platform diver and a deceptively strong springboard diver who competes to win every time she steps on the boards, which I expect her to be in the mix to do by the time championship season arrives.”

Gendron - “Lindsay is one of this year’s class’ best freestylers. She is really powerful and has shown some great speed, and blew by a lot of people to become the secondranked 16-year-old in the 100-meter free this summer.”

Sanderson - “Grace Anne is one of the top freestylers in Tennessee and will give us a big dose of enthusiasm as well as some real strength across a number of different distances. She’ll be a great addition to an already outstanding training group.”

Higdon - “Kennedy can swim every distance of freestyle, and can make an impact in the SEC in the fly and IM events, as well. She is also a great competitor who is going to raise the level of enthusiasm for everyone around her.”

Solernou - “Lauren is a great backstroker across every distance. Her 100 and 200 are both very good, but we’re really excited about her speed. We think she’s just beginning to tap into her abilities.”

Ciesielski - “Courtney is a great student,

a strong leader and a great athlete. She is going to make everyone around her better because she is so impressive in the way she prepares, trains and races.”

“Kate is one of the top swimmers in this year’s class, and was a huge priority for us because she is very good, she is very competitive, and she has very high goals. She seems to be at her best under pressure, and we love that trait in her.”

Caroline in state. She has shown herself to be a tough competitor on the state, national and international levels. She’s going to be a big part of the success of our team in the coming four years.”

Wilson -

“Julianne is an excellent student who is an extremely talented diver with exceptional athletic ability. She has shared her athleticism with track, dance and cheerleading, while still managing to be the 2010 Tennessee State High school champion and a High School All American.”

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Quoting the Lady Vols Lady Vol Quote Book What Has Been The Highlight of Your Lady Vol Career So Far? “Being a part of the record setting 800y free relay at the SEC championships my freshman season.” – Aleksa Akerfelds “Being part of a team that is like a second family.” – Tori Lamp “Looking over at Matt after my 200 breaststroke at SEC’s last year and seeing how happy and proud he was.” – Samara Gelb “Getting second place at NCAA’s last year in the 200 medley relay, but what made it extra special was the fact that NCAA’s were in my hometown.” – Jenny Connolly “Winning a bronze medal at SEC’s my freshman year in the 3-meter.” – Jodie McGroarty “Running out with my team at home meets and belting out Rocky Top at the top of our lungs.” – Brooke Watson “Celebrating, learning and victories with our amazing team.” – Kelsey Floyd What is it like competing for Matt Kredich or Dave Parrington? “Dave is such an amazing coach and I’m so excited to have the opportunity to be coached by him.” – Julianne Wilson “Competing for Matt is incredible. He has such a strong passion for everyone on the team, and it is contagious.” – Aleksa Akerfelds “Swimming for Matt has been such a blessing. He’s wise, charismatic, passionate and very driven and instills those qualities in us by leading by example.” – Lindsey Brackens “The relationship I have with my coaches is better than any I could ask for. Matt is tough and demands my best, he listens to my concerns and helps me work through them.” – Sloane Pitman “Competing for Matt is such an honor and privilege. He makes you a better swimmer and a better person.” – Jenny Connolly “Competing for Dave is truly an honor. He knows how to invest in one’s strengths, while improving on one’s weaknesses at the same time.” – Jill Pierce What Does being a lady vol mean to you? “Being a Lady Vol means you are part of a family. We all encourage each other to be our best every single day and never give anything less than that.” – Samama Gelb “Being a Lady Vol means giving 100 percent in everything I do.” – Skye Sanders “Being a Lady Vol means representing the University of Tennessee, Lady Vol Athletics and the team with pride, integrity, determination and honor.” – Lauren Solernou “It means learning to be a part of something bigger and greater than yourself. It provides the framework to strive for excellence in every aspect of my life.” ­– Jodie McGroarty “Being a Lady Vol means that you are determined, confident and a good role model.” – Abbie Alton “Being a Lady Vol has been an incredible blessing. It has been a journey of making the best out of myself through both challenges and triumphs.” – Jill Pierce

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The Tennessee Lady Vol Swimming and Diving team poses for a picture with Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.

Why did you decide to come to Tennessee? “I came to Tennessee because it felt perfect, like I was home. I felt as if I was about to welcome 30 other young ladies into my life and family that would soon become some of my very best friends forever.” – Caitlin Perks “I got way too lucky and someone ‘up there’ was looking out for me because I couldn’t have ever known how happy I’d be here.” – Kelsey Floyd “I knew Matt would be able to further my performance in the water, but also because when I met the team for the first time, I felt at home and welcomed.” – Kathryn Sampson “I just knew the moment I met the team and saw them practice on my recruiting trip that UT is where I belong, and I wanted to be a part of this awesome culture.” – Sloane Pitman “When I came on my recruiting trip, I felt such passion, joy, and unity just radiating from this team. I couldn’t miss a chance to be a part of that.” – Brooke Watson “I came to Tennessee because I liked the vision Matt had for this team and his unique approach to coaching.” – Samara Gelb “How could I not want to come to Tennessee? With top-of-the-line facilities, a coach like Dave and the atmosphere of UT athletics, I could not picture myself competing for any other university.” – Julianne Wilson What are your goals for the upcoming season? “To become stronger in all my strokes and qualify for SEC’s and NCAA’s.” – Lauren Solernou “Win.” – Kelsey Floyd “Pushing myself further than I ever imagined.” – Jill Pierce “For the team to be the best team this university has ever seen.” – Aleksa Akerfelds “Improving times, being a part of the SEC team and learning from each of my teammates.” – Lindsey Brackens “To make this season even better and more memorable than the previous two years I’ve been here.” – Samara Gelb

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Season Review: T is for Team Like a bracelet fitted snugly on the wrist of success, the Lady Vol swimming and diving team tightened its grip on achievement in 2009-10 behind 27 student-athletes woven together and spreading the message: “T is for Team.” Tennessee continued its string of unprecedented success in year five of the Matt Kredich era, as the head coach led the Big Orange to its fifth straight top-15 placement at the NCAA Championships. Behind 21 All-America performances and the highest relay finish in Orange and White history, the Lady Vols secured 13th at the national meet at Purdue’s Boilermaker Aquatic Center in West Lafayette, Ind. UT captured fourth at the Southeastern Conference Championships and compiled a 3-4 dual meet record for the season. Michele King added six All-America honors to her career total of 21 in West Lafayette – the second-most in Tennessee history – and wrapped up her collegiate career with two NCAA runner-up efforts, four SEC titles and 11 first-team AllAmerica awards. King anchored the most successful relay in history, the 200y medley quartet. Along with Jenny Connolly, Alex Barsanti and Kelsey Floyd, the squad finished second at the NCAA meet by touching in at 1:36.90, which ranks second all-time in Lady Vol history, and won the event at the SEC Championships (1:37.42). In all, 11 Lady Vol swimmers competed at Purdue’s Boilermaker Aquatic Center for an NCAA title on March 18-20. In addition to the 200y medley squad, Connolly, Barsanti and King all earned first-team All-America in individual events. Connolly finished seventh in the 100y back (52.47), while Barsanti (1:00.83) and King (48.79) finished eighth in the 100y breast and 100y free. The 2009-10 season opened up on the road against Louisville on Oct. 15, which

proved to be a hard-fought, losing battle for the Lady Vols. Leading 144-139 heading into the final event, the 400y free relay, the Cardinals set a pool record in the event to edge the Orange and White, 152-148, at Ralph Wright Natatorium. The Lady Vols had five individual event wins at Louisville, as Gabbi Trudeau won the 1-meter, Jamie Saffer grabbed the 100y breast title, Connolly was victorious in the 100y fly and Aleksa Akerfelds added a pair of wins in the 500y free and 1000y free. Following the loss, the team went on a tear and won its next three dual meets against SEC foes LSU, Kentucky and South Carolina to improve to 3-1. Traveling to Baton Rouge on Oct. 17, the Lady Vols downed the Tigers by a score of 170-130 at the Bengal Tiger Aquatic Club to get the first conference and overall win of the season. Tennessee set the tone early by winning the 200y medley relay in a poolrecord time of 1:42.43 and also shattered another pool record in the 400y free relay after touching in at 3:23.46. The Big Orange used the momentum, as Connolly, Saffer, King and Akerfelds dominated their individual events, each earning a pair of first-place finishes. Connolly won the 100y back and 100y fly, Saffer was first in the 100y and 200y breasts, and King added first-place finishes in the 50y and 100y frees, while Akerfelds took the top spots in the 500y free and 1000y free. Kentucky invaded Rocky Top on Oct. 30 for the season opener at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatics Center, but UK was overwhelmed by the Lady Vols by a score of 193-103. At the event, Tennessee won 12 swimming events to tame the Wildcats and improve their record to 2-1 overall and 2-0 in the conference. Barsanti swept the breast events, winning the 100y and 200y titles, King captured the 50y free and 100y free, and Connolly won the 100y back and 100y fly for the third time

The relay team of Alex Barsanti, Kelsey Floyd, Michele King and Jenny Connolly (L. to R.) captured All-America honors in the 200y and 400y free relays at the 2010 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships.

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Kelsey Floyd garnered All-America honors in three events last season and was named SEC Swimmer of the Week on four occasions last season.

in three meets. The freshmen duo of Tori Richmond and Floyd found great success in their home opener. Richmond led a 1-2-3 sweep for the Lady Vols in the 200y fly and also won 200y IM, while Floyd cruised to victory in the 1000y free, winning by nearly six seconds, and got the victory in the 200y back. For her performances, was tabbed the SEC Female Swimming and Diving Freshman of the Week. The SEC success continued for the Orange and White on Nov. 6 against South Carolina, as the Lady Vols downed the Gamecocks by a score of 179-121, making it a perfect 3-0 record in the conference. Floyd paced the team, winning the 200y fly and 200y back. Floyd was later awarded the SEC Female Swimming and Diving Freshman of the Week for the second consecutive week. Akerfelds also snagged a pair of individual event wins, taking first in the 400y IM and the 1000y free. Also adding individual victories were King, in the 50y free; Folk, in the 100y breast; Farrell, who won her first ever 100y back title; and Richmond, in the 200y breast. The team then took a break from dual competition, as it hosted the Tennessee Invitational on Nov. 18-21. With a No. 13 national ranking to their credit, the team welcomed No. 17 Virginia Tech, Alabama and Kentucky to Rocky Top for the threeday event, which would be the last meet of the 2009 portion of the schedule. UT finished third at the meet with 790.5 points, behind Kentucky, which won with 837.5 points. Virginia Tech finished in second with 799 points, and Alabama

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King captured six All-America accolades at the 2010 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. For her career, King holds 21 total All-America awards, including a UT-best total of 11 first team honors.

finished with 752 points to take fourth. Floyd highlighted the meet for the Lady Vols by winning the 200y back and was rewarded for her efforts by being named SEC Female Swimming and Diving Freshman of the Week for the third time. Connolly nabbed Tennessee’s first victory of the meet on day two with a first-place finish in the 100y back. The Orange and White kicked off the new year with the divers traveling to Athens, Ga., to compete in the Georgia Diving Invitational on Jan. 3-5. Trudeau was the top finisher in all three events for the invite, scoring 241.70 on the platform to finish fourth and added an 11th-place finish in the finals of the 3-meter board with a score of 254.00. The Lady Vols looked to capture their fourth consecutive dual meet victory, when the team traveled to Charlottesville, Va., to face off against the No. 11 Virginia Cavaliers at UVA Aquatic and Fitness Center on Jan. 9. Virginia proved to be too much, winning by a score of 175.5-124.5, despite Saffer winning the 100y breast, Floyd taking the top spot in the 200y free and a dominating performance by the UT divers. In what was becoming a common theme for Floyd, she again was named SEC Female Freshman of the Week for the fourth consecutive week. With the loss, the Lady Vols fell to 3-2 overall but remained perfect against SEC foes (3-0). Trudeau led a 1-2-3-4 sweep on the 1-meter board along with Jodie McGroarty, Skye Sanders and Jill Pierce. McGroarty took first-place on the 3-meter, followed by Trudeau in second and Sanders in third. Two weeks later, the task didn’t get any easier in the next dual meet, as on Jan. 23 the team had to travel to rough waters to compete against top-ranked

Georgia at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens. The Lady Vols swept the breaststroke and back events against the Bulldogs, but it wasn’t enough as the team suffered a 189-111 loss. Saffer won the 100y breast, while Gelb grabbed first in the 200y breast with Moravcikova right behind in second. Connolly took the top spot in the 100y back and Floyd added another victory in the 200y back. King added the only other victory by finishing first in the 50y free. Florida made its way to Rocky Top on Jan. 29, which was “Senior Day” for five Lady Vols. King made the most of it, winning four events (200y medley relay, 50y free, 100y free and 400y free relay), but it wasn’t enough as the Gators defeated Tennessee by a score of 170-130. The loss dropped the Lady Vols to 3-4 overall and 3-2 in the SEC. Barsanti capped her dual-meet career at AJIAC with a victory in the 100y breast and took runner-up honors in the 200y breast behind Moravcikova. Connolly added the only other individual triumph, winning the 100y fly. The Big Orange then were slated to compete for the conference title at the SEC Swimming and Diving Championships at the University of Georgia’s Gabrielsen Natatorium on Feb. 17-20. Waiting for them in Athens were five teams ranked in the top25, including No. 1 Georgia, No. 6 Florida and No. 8 Auburn. In the end, Tennessee nabbed its thirdstraight fourth-place finish at the SEC Championships by scoring 497 points. Georgia won the event with 824.5 points, followed by Florida and Auburn. King had the lone individual win of the meet, winning the 50y free, and was a part of the victorious 200y medley relay squad along with Connolly Barsanti and Floyd. The York, Pa., native also would go on to earn the Lady Vol Athlete of the Week award. Silver medalists at the event were

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Barsanti in the 100y breast and Connolly in the 100y back. Samara Gelb set a Lady Vol record in the 200y breast (2:10.34) and finished third. Akerfelds and Folk both added third-place finishes in the 1650y free and 100y breast. On Feb. 26-27, Tennessee hosted a Last Chance Meet, providing swimmers a final opportunity to earn seasonbest performances in an effort to rise up the national lists before the NCAA Championships. Day one was highlighted by Brooke Watson, who broke the AJIAC 200y back record by swimming a time of 1:58.96. Richmond also swam her fastest time in the 200y IM (2:01.19). The quartet of King, Farrell, Connolly and Floyd captured a season-best clocking of 1:30.04 in the 200y free relay on day two. With 11 tickets punched to travel to West Lafayette, Trudeau and McGroarty had one last chance to make the NCAA squad, traveling to the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center for the Zone B Diving Championships on March 12-14. The top eight divers would move on to the national meet. The duo made the finals of the 1-meter on day one, as McGroarty finished 11th, while Trudeau took 13th. McGroarty highlighted day two by finishing ninth on the 3-meter. Trudeau closed out the competition with a sixth-place finish on the platform. Overall, the 2009-10 Lady Vols proved that they belonged on the national stage and were there to stay as an elite program, built under the guidance of Kredich, Parrington and assistant coach Jen Arndt. Those who represent Tennessee can contend for championships on the conference, national and international levels, because they are part of a tightly-woven program, where “T is for Team.”

Jenny Connolly added five more All-America honors to her credit at the 2010 NCAA Championships, which were held in her hometown of West Lafayette, Ind. She also had the best individual finish of any UT swimmer, finishing seventh in the 100y back.

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Season Top Times/Scores Aleksa Akerfelds 100y free...................................52.29 200y free................................1:51.28 500y free................................4:43.74 1000y free..............................9:43.60 1650y free............................16:02.78 200y IM...................................2:05.38 400y IM...................................4:12.86 Alex Barsanti 100y breast................................ 59.97 200y breast............................. 2:12.16 Kirstyn Colonias 100y breast............................. 1:02.96 200y breast............................. 2:16.71 Jenny Connolly 50y free................................... 23.15s 100y free................................. 50.11s 100y back................................52.10p 200y back...............................1:55.55 100y fly......................................52.76 200y fly...................................2:01.47 200y IM...................................2:04.88 Bryttany Curran 100y breast............................. 1:04.51 200y breast............................. 2:20.76 100y back..................................59.70 200y back...............................2:08.47 200y IM...................................2:05.41 Morgan Farrell 50y free.....................................23.58 100y free...................................52.77 100y back..................................54.16 200y back...............................1:59.72 100y fly......................................55.21 200y IM...................................2:08.49 Kelsey Floyd 200y free.............................. 1:47.29s 500y free................................4:53.35 100y fly......................................53.28 200y fly...................................1:58.01 100y back..................................54.92 200y back...............................1:55.92 Breanna Folk 100y breast............................. 1:00.30 200y breast............................ 2:13.45t 100y fly......................................55.30 200y fly...................................2:07.54 200y IM...................................1:59.00 400y IM...................................4:19.57

Maddie Garrett 200y free.................................. 1:51.90 500y free.................................. 4:58.80 1000y free.............................. 10:21.41 100y fly........................................ 56.48 200y fly..................................... 2:02.97 Samara Gelb 100y breast............................... 1:02.09 200y breast.............................. 2:10.34! 100y fly........................................ 55.98 200y IM..................................... 2:00.56 Michele King 50y free....................................... 22.02 100y free..................................... 48.48 200y free.................................. 1:51.30 500y free.................................. 5:06.15 100y breast............................... 1:03.81 Jodie McGroarty 1-meter...................................... 275.48 3-meter...................................... 337.90 Martina Moravcikova 100y breast............................... 1:00.91 200y breast............................... 2:12.39 200y IM..................................... 2:00.67 Caitlin Perks 50y free....................................... 23.17 100y free..................................... 50.50 200y free.................................. 1:50.07 500y free.................................. 5:03.29 1000y free.............................. 10:36.26 100y fly........................................ 59.03 Jill Pierce 1-meter...................................... 232.13 3-meter...................................... 247.50 Platform..................................... 206.35 Sloane Pitman 50y free....................................... 23.38 100y free..................................... 51.26 200y free.................................. 1:51.34 100y breast............................... 1:06.34 200y IM..................................... 2:03.17 Tori Richmond 50y free....................................... 24.88 100y back.................................... 59.42 200y back................................. 2:06.99 100y breast............................... 1:05.37 200y breast............................... 2:12.25 100y fly........................................ 57.14 200y fly..................................... 2:02.01 200y IM..................................... 2:01.19 400y IM..................................... 4:19.29

Jamie Saffer 100y breast............................. 1:00.36 200y breast............................. 2:13.50 50y free..................................... 24.17 100y back.................................. 59.73 200y IM................................... 2:04.66 200y fly................................... 2:05.00 Kathryn Sampson 50y free..................................... 25.32 100y free................................... 53.55 200y free................................ 1:55.79 500y free................................ 5:11.84 100y fly...................................... 57.44 200y fly................................... 2:04.56 Skye Sanders 1-meter.................................... 243.83 3-meter.................................... 267.35 Platform................................... 198.70 Gabrielle Trudeau 1-meter.................................... 292.30 3-meter.................................... 318.75 Platform................................... 263.05 Brooke Watson 50y free..................................... 24.88 100y free................................... 54.10 200y free................................ 1:53.60 500y free................................ 4:56.09 1000y free............................ 10:23.55 1650y free............................ 17:31.78 100y fly...................................... 54.07 200y fly...................................1:58.96 200y IM...................................2:12.40 Tricia Weaner 200y free................................1:53.61 500y free................................4:55.94 1000y free............................10:19.76 100y back..................................54.21 200y back...............................1:55.55 100y fly......................................56.86 200y fly...................................2:00.16 200y IM...................................2:06.93 Atlantis Wilkins 50y free..................................... 23.71 100y free................................... 53.42

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Results and Box Scores 2009-10 RESULTS: 3-4 OVERALL; 3-2 SEC DATE Oct. 15 Oct. 17 Oct. 30 Nov. 6 Nov. 18-21 Jan. 3-5 Jan. 9 Jan. 23 Jan. 29 Feb. 17-20 Feb. 26-27 March 12-14 March 18-20

OPPONENT/EVENT Louisville LSU Kentucky South Carolina Tennessee Invitational Georgia Diving Invitational Virginia Georgia Florida SEC Championships Last Chance Meet NCAA Zone B Diving Championships NCAA Championships

LOCATION Louisville, Ky. Baton Rouge, La. KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE KNOXVILLE Athens, Ga. Charlottesville, Va. Athens, Ga. KNOXVILLE Athens, Ga. KNOXVILLE Atlanta, Ga. West Lafayette, Ind.

RESULT SCORE L 148-152 W 170-130 W 193-103 W 179-121 3rd 790.5 points -- No Scoring L 124.5-175.5 L 111-189 L 130-170 4th 497 points --- No Scoring --- No Scoring 13th 99.5 pts

2009-10 Regular Season Box Scores TENNESSEE 193 ● KENTUCKY 103 Event 1m Diving 200y MR 1000y Free 200y Free 100y Back 100y Breast 200y Fly 50y Free 3m Diving 100y Free 200y Back 200y Breast 500y Free 100y Fly 200y IM 200y FR

Champion Time/Score UK: Lisa Faulkner 279.38 UT Connolly, Saffer, Floyd, King 1:42.23 UT: Kelsey Floyd 10:13.28 UT: Aleksa Akerfelds 1:51.28 UT: Jenny Connolly 55.00 UT: Alex Barsanti 1:03.30 UT: Tori Richmond 2:02.56 UT: Michele King 22.94 UK: Lisa Faulkner 303.45 UT: Michele King 50.54 UT: Kelsey Floyd 2:00.88 UT: Alex Barsanti 2:17.26 UK: Katrina Winsor 5:01.50 UT: Jenny Connolly 55.13 UT: Tori Richmond 2:05.16 UK: Hall, Sergesketter, Peterson, Pulskamp 1:34.19

TENNESSEE 179 ● SOUTH CAROLINA 121

TENNESSEE 148 ● LOUISVILLE 152 Event 200y MR 1000y Free 200y Free 100y Back 100y Breast 200y Fly 50y Free 1m Diving 100y Free 200y Back 200y Breast 500y Free 100y Fly 3m Diving 200y IM 400y FR

Champion Time/Score UT: Connolly, Saffer, Farrell, King 1:43.08 UT: Aleksa Akerfelds 10:07.08 UL: Leslie Vanwinkle 1:50.52 UT: Jenny Connolly 54.62 UT: Jamie Saffer 1:02.71 UL: Jackie Sherrard 2:04.55 UL: Whitney Campbell 23.07 UT: Gabrielle Trudeau 268.72 UL: Whitney Campbell 50.95 UT: Tricia Weaner 2:00.51 UL: Therese Bergstrom 2:16.05 UT: Aleksa Akerfelds 4:59.03 UT: Jenny Connolly 54.65 UL: Hannah Gadd 302.85 UL: Leslie VanWinkle 2:03.36 UL: Campbell, Dischuk, Andrews, Halet 3:23.97

Event 200y MR 1000y Free 200y Free 100y Back 100y Breast 200y Fly 50y Free 1m Diving 100y Free 200y Back 200y Breast 500y Free 100y Fly 3m Diving 200y IM 400y FR

Champion Time/Score UT: Connolly, Saffer, Farrell, King 1:43.74 UT: Aleksa Akerfelds 10:19.66 LSU: Mary Beck 1:50.03 UT: Jenny Connolly 54.48 UT: Jamie Saffer 1:02.58 LSU: Sarah Haley 1:58.81 UT: Michele King 23.06 LSU: Rebecca St. Germain 285.14 UT: MIchele King 49.86 LSU: Mary Beck 1:57.46 UT: Jamie Saffer 2:17.11 UT: Aleksa Akerfelds 5:01.20 UT: Jenny Connolly 55.16 LSU: Rebecca St. Germain 298.13 LSU: Mary Beck 2:01.77 UT: Floyd, Perks, Connolly, King 3:23.46

TENNESSEE 170 ● LSU 130

Event 1m Diving 200y MR 1000y Free 200y Free 100y Back 100y Breast 200y Fly 50y Free 3m Diving 100y Free 200y Back 200y Breast 500y Free 100y Fly 400y IM 200y FR

Champion Time/Score SC: Taryn Zach 310.35 UT: Farrell, Saffer, Connolly, Wilkins 1:44.34 UT: Aleksa Akerfelds 10:02.03 SC: Claire Thompson 1:51.37 UT: Morgan Farrell 56.50 UT: Breanna Folk 1:03.56 UT: Kelsey Floyd 2:01.32 UT: Michele King 23.04 SC: Courtney Forcucci 330.23 SC: Sharntelle McLean 51.94 UT: Kelsey Floyd 1:59.25 UT: Tori Richmond 2:19.35 SC: Claire Thompson 5:00.02 UT: Jenny Connolly 55.03 UT: Aleksa Akerfelds 4:23.28 SC: McLean, Halligan, Delp, Thompson 1:36.14

Tennessee Swimming Invitational

Kentucky 837.5 ● VIRGINIA TECH 799 ● TENNESSEE 790.5 ● ALABAMA 752

Event 200y FR 500y Free 200y IM 50y Free 400y MR 200y MR 400y IM 100y Fly 200y Free 100y Breast 100y Back 800y FR 1650y Free 200y Back 100y Free 200y Breast 200y Fly 400y FR

Champion Time/Score UK: Pulskamp, Hall, Peterson, Newsome 1:32.07 VT: Erika Hajnal 4:47.14 ALA: Agus Degiovanni 1:59.97 UK: Megan Pulskamp 22.79 ALA: Craddock, Degiovanni, Brinks, Roberts 3:41.68 UK: Penrod, Graessle, Pulskamp, Newsome 1:40.60 VT: Jace Howanitz 4:29.34 ALA: Sami Lugar 57.32 ALA: Shelby Hixon 1:53.03 ALA: Britney Busch 1:05.64 UK: Kelcy Perry 58.71 VT: Demarrais, Ritter, Hajnal, Howanitz 7:21.52 VT: Erika Hajnal 16:09.92 UT: Kelsey Floyd 1:58.12 UK: Megan Pulskamp 49.98 ALA: Agus Degiovanni 2:11.62 VT: Erika Hajnal 1:59.18 UK: Pulskamp, Sergesketter, Peterson, Newsome 3:21.43

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GEORGIA DIVING INVITATIONAL (Non-Scoring) Event 1m Diving 3m Diving Platform

Champion Florida: Kara Salamons Georgia: Hannah Moore Alabama: Carrie Dragland

Time/Score 285.70 306.65 309.20

Tennessee 124.5 ● VIRGINIA 175.5 Event 200y MR 1000y Free 200y Free 100y Back 100y Breast 200y Fly 50y Free 1m Diving 100y Free 200y Back 200y Breast 500y Free 100y Fly 3m Diving 200y IM 400y FR

Champion Time/Score UVA: Christensen, McDonnell, Smart, Perdue 1:32.47 UVA: Jen Narum 9:52.65 UT: Kelsey Floyd 1:48.59 UVA: Mei Christensen 53.92 UT: Jamie Saffer 1:02.50 UVA: Liz Shaw 1:58.36 UVA: Lauren Perdue 22.55 UT: Gabrielle Trudeau 274.80 UVA: Lauren Perdue 49.14 UVA: Mei Christensen 1:56.52 UVA: Christine Olson 2:15.16 UVA: Jen Narum 4:50.75 UVA: Lauren Smart 54.77 UT: Jodie McGroarty 283.80 UVA: Liz Shaw 2:01.96 UVA: Christensen, Flynn, Moores, Perdue 3:19.69 TENNESSEE 111 ● GEORGIA 189

Event 200y MR 1000y Free 200y Free 100y Back 100y Breast 200y Fly 50y Free 3m Diving 100y Free 200y Back 200y Breast 500y Free 100y Fly 1m Diving 200y IM 400y FR

Champion Time/Score UGA: Shiclora, McNichols, Caprioglio, Botek 1:40.30 UGA: Wendy Trott 9:46.65 UGA: Morgan Scroggy 1:47.90 UT: Jenny Connolly 54.64 UT: Jamie Saffer 1:02.02 UGA: Adrienne Bicek 1:58.21 UT: Michele King 22.65 UGA: Hannah Moore 338.48 UGA: Allison Schmitt 50.19 UT: Kelsey Floyd 1:58.31 UT: Samara Gelb 2:15.78 UGA: Wendy Trott 4:47.12 UGA: Lisa Caprioglio 54.39 UGA: Hannah Moore 280.79 UGA: Lisa Caprioglio 2:02.12 UGA: Romano, Malagon, Nauta, Schmitt 3:21.11 TENNESSEE 130 ● FLORIDA 170

Event 200y MR 1000y Free 200y Free 100y Back 100y Breast 200y Fly 50y Free 1m Diving 100y Free 200y Back 200y Breast 500y Free 100y Fly 3m Diving 200y IM 400y FR

Champion Time/Score UT: Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 1:41.24 UF: Corinne Showalter/Eva Lehtonen (tie) 9:57.25 UF: Melani Costa-Schmid 1:47.50 UF: Gemma Spofforth 54.03 UT: Alex Barsanti 1:02.37 UF: Jemma Lowe 1:59.07 UT: Michele King 22.86 UF: Kara Salamone 290.33 UT: Michele King 50.21 UF: Gemma Spofforth 1:58.46 UT: Martina Moravcikova 2:16.85 UF: Melani Costa-Schmid 4:48.61 UT: Jenny Connolly 54.31 UF: Kara Salamone 338.85 UF: Teressa Crippen 2:01.05 UT: King, Floyd, Perks, Connolly 3:21.65

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Results and Box Scores 2010 SEC SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS Feb. 17-20 ● Gabrielsen Natatorium ● Athens, Ga. Wednesday, Feb. 17 Competitor 1-meter diving Gabrielle Trudeau Jodie McGroarty Jill Pierce Skye Sanders

Friday, Feb. 19

Place Prelims Finals 11th 14th 20th 22nd

200y medley relay

Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 1st

800 free relay

Floyd, Akerfelds, Weaner, Perks 5th

248.10 252.00 230.60 211.50

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Thursday, Feb. 18 500y free Aleksa Akerfelds Brooke Watson Maddie Garrett

9th 30th (ex.)

4:45.13 4:43.74 4:56.09 --4:58.80 ---

200y IM Breanna Folk Martina Moravcikova Samara Gelb Jamie Saffer Bryttany Curran

9th 12th 16th 30th 34th

1:59.96 1:59.00 2:00.75 2:00.67 2:00.56 DQ 2:04.66 --2:05.41 ---

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22.22

18th 25th

23.17 23.45

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296.50 275.00 244.05 235.30

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50y free Michele King 22.06 Caitlin Perks Sloane Pitman 3-meter diving Gabrielle Trudeau Jodie McGroarty Jill Pierce Skye Sanders 200 free relay

Pitman, Connolly, Perks, King 5th

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Competitor 400y IM Aleksa Akerfelds Tori Richmond Breanna Folk

Saturday, Feb. 20

Place Prelims Finals 7th 4:13.63 4:12.86 19th 4:19.29 --20th 4:19.57 ---

100y Fly Jenny Connolly Kelsey Floyd Brooke Watson Morgan Farrell Maddie Garrett

7th 9th 12th 22nd (ex.)

200y Free Caitlin Perks Sloane Pitman

18th 1:49.72 27th 1:51.34

100y Breast Alex Barsanti Breanna Folk Jamie Saffer Martina Moravcikova Samara Gelb Michele King Bryttany Curran Kirstyn Colonias

2nd 3rd 4th 6th 13th 19th 23rd (ex.)

52.76 53.78 54.32 55.21 56.62

1:00.16 1:01.02 1:00.72 1:01.01 1:02.58 1:03.81 1:04.51 1:02.96

53.09 53.28 54.48 --------59.97 1:00.30 1:00.36 1:00.91 1:02.09 -------

100y Back Jenny Connolly 2nd 52.10 52.24 Morgan Farrell 9th 54.57 54.16 Tricia Weaner 10th 54.46 54.21 400y medley relay Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 4th --- 3:34.40

Competitor 1650y free Aleksa Akerfelds

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16:02.78

200y breast Samara Gelb Martina Moravcikova Alex Barsanti Jamie Saffer Bryttany Curran Kirstyn Colonias

3rd 5th 6th 9th 26th (ex.)

2:12.01 2:12.39 2:12.67 2:16.86 2:25.09 2:16.71

200y fly Kelsey Floyd Tricia Weaner Brooke Watson Tori Richmond Maddie Garrett

7th 13th 17th 21st (ex.)

1:58.01 1:58.78 2:00.82 2:00.16 2:00.95 --2:02.01 --2:03.25 ---

Platform Diving Gabrielle Trudeau Jill Pierce Skye Sanders

10th 14th 16th

231.55 206.35 198.70

4th

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400y free relay

1. Georgia 824.5 2. Florida 698 3. Auburn 568 4. Tennessee 497 5. Alabama 272

3rd

200y back Kelsey Floyd 5th 1:56.15 1:55.92 Tricia Weaner 6th 1:55.55 1:56.05 Jenny Connolly 9th 1:57.69 1:55.84 Morgan Farrell 19th 1:59.72 -- 100y free Michele King 4th 48.91 48.81 Caitlin Perks 20th 50.64 --- Sloane Pitman 32nd 51.36 ---

Connolly, Floyd, Perks, King

Final SEC Championships Standings

Place Prelims Finals

2:10.34 2:13.08 2:13.60 2:13.50 -----

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6. Arkansas 262.5 7. LSU 262 8. Kentucky 204 9. South Carolina 158 10. Vanderbilt 59

2010 ncaa SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS March 18-20 ● Boilermaker Aquatic Center ● West Lafayette, Ind.

Thursday, March 18 Competitor 200y free relay

King, Floyd, Connolly, Farrell

15th

1:30.61 1:30.88

Competitor Place Prelims Finals 200y medley relay Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 2nd 1:37.45 1:36.90

500y Free Aleksa Akerfelds

28th

4:44.49

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400y IM Aleksa Akerfelds

22nd 4:13.34

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200y IM Breanna Folk Samara Gelb

30th 42nd

1:59.83 2:00.54

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100y Fly Kelsey Floyd

38th

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50y Free Michele King

t13th

22.35

100y Breast Alex Barsanti Breanna Folk Martina Moravcikova Jamie Saffer Samara Gelb

8th 17th 20th 28th 40th

100y back Jenny Connolly Morgan Farrell Tricia Weaner

7th 40th 47th

400y medley relay

Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 10th

22.48

3:34.51 3:34.78

NCAA Championships Top-15 Standings

1. Florida 2. Stanford 3. California 4. Arizona 5. Georgia 6. Texas A&M 7. USC 8. Auburn

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SATURday, March 20

Friday, March 19

Place Prelims Finals

382 9.Virginia 379.5 10. Indiana 363 11. Texas 359.5 12. Minnesota 342.5 13. TENNESSEE 311 14. Wisconsin 251 15. Michigan 153

251 133 106.5 102 99.5 88 76

54.17

1:00.37 1:00.83 1:01.05 --1:01.25 --1:01.75 --1:02.60 --52.20 54.57 55.37

52.47 -----

Competitor 1650y Free Aleksa Akerfelds

Place Prelims Finals 15th

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200y back Tricia Weaner Kelsey Floyd

36th 40th

1:56.96 1:57.04

100y free Michele King

8th

48.48

200y breast Alex Barsanti Martina Moravcikova Samara Gelb Jamie Saffer Breanna Folk

22nd 33rd 37th 44th 47th

2:12.16 2:13.47 2:14.29 2:15.42 2:16.80

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200y Fly Tricia Weaner

37th

2:01.76

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14th

3:19.22 3:19.65

400y free relay

King, Connolly, Farrell, Floyd

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SEC AND NCAA HISTORY

In This Section The Southeastern Conference................................................. 42 The SEC Championships.................................................... 43-44 SEC Opponents.......................................................................... 45 The NCAA Championships................................................ 46-49 Returning All-Americans......................................................... 50


The Southeastern Conference “The Standard Of Excellence” The Southeastern Conference,

with its storied 77-year history of athletic achievements and academic excellence, has built perhaps the greatest tradition of intercollegiate competition of any league in the country since its inception in 1933. The 2009-10 academic year was another season to remember for the SEC as conference teams captured four national titles and four national runner-up finishes. The SEC has won consecutive national championships in baseball and football. Since 1990, the SEC has won 135 national team championships for an average of more than six per year. Alabama won the SEC’s first national title of the year with its win in the BCS National Championship Game in football. It is the SEC’s fourth consecutive football national title. Florida captured its second women’s swimming and diving national championship. Florida also won its first ever championship in men’s indoor track and field. South Carolina won the national championship in the sport of baseball. Florida finished first among Southeastern Conference schools and second overall in the Director’s Cup final standings. Overall, the SEC finished in the top two in nine of its 20 sponsored sports and in the top five in 14 of the 20 sports. Ten SEC teams participated in football postseason bowls with Alabama, Florida, Ole Miss, Arkansas, Auburn and Georgia winning the BCS National Title Game, Sugar, Cotton, Liberty, Outback, and Independence bowls, respectively. Four men’s basketball teams were invited to the NCAA Tournament and seven women’s basketball teams were also invited to the NCAA Tournament. The SEC had a eight teams advance to postseason play in baseball hosting four regionals with South Carolina and Florida advancing to the College World Series. With 145 teams advancing to NCAA postseason competition, the SEC continued to solidify its place as the nation’s premier conference. In addition to the four team championships, 41 SEC student-athletes garnered individual national championships, while 440 individuals were awarded with First-Team All-American Honors. Student-athletes around the league continued to excel in the classroom as well with more than 2,300 earning recognition on the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

SEC WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING

On the national all-sport level, 11 SEC schools placed in the top 60 of the NACDA Director’s Cup rankings. Florida led the league with a second place finish. Tennessee placed 16th while LSU was 19th; Georgia finished 20th, Alabama 23rd, Auburn 26th, Kentucky 29th, South Carolina 41st, Arkansas 46th, Ole Miss 56th and Vanderbilt 59th to round out the league’s top-60 finishes. Over the past few decades, the Southeastern Conference has been a constant force in swimming and diving. The trend continued in 2010 as the SEC continued its success by placing four women’s teams in the top 15 at the NCAA Championships, including the national champion in Florida, who captured the NCAA title in West Lafayette, Ind. The Gators won the national championships with 382 points, while Georgia (342.5) and Auburn (153) placed fifth and eighth, respectively. Tennessee finished 13th for the second consecutive year (99.5). The Bulldogs didn’t let the SEC women’s title leave Athens, as Georgia hosted the SEC Championships and finished the competition with a dominating 824.5 points. The next closest finisher at the meet was Florida, who scored 698 points, followed by Auburn (568) in third. Tennessee (497) and Alabama (272) rounded out the top five at the conference championships. Florida’s Gemma Spofforth claimed the SEC Women’s Swimmer of the Year award for the second year in a row, while teammate Kara Spofforth captured the Women’s Diver of the Year. Georgia’s Jack Bauerle was named the Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year, and Donnie Craine of Florida was tabbed as the Women’s Diving Coach of the Year. Georgia’s Lisa Caprioglio again won the SEC Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year honor and her teammate, Jana Mangimelli, claimed the Women’s Freshman Swimmer of the Year award. The Women’s Freshman Diver of the Year honors went to Becca St. Germain of LSU.

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SEC QUICK FACTS Founded: 1933 Members (12): Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana State, *Mississippi, *Mississippi State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt Commissioner: Michael Slive 2201 Richard Arrington Blvd., North Address: Birmingham, AL 35203 Swimming Contact: Ayanna Wakefield E-mail Address: awakefield@sec.org Phone Number: (205) 458-3000 Media Relations: (205) 458-3010 Fax Number: (205) 458-3030 * Mississippi and Mississippi State do not sponsor women’s swimming and diving.

2009-10 SEC WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING AWARDS Women’s Swimmer of the Year Gemma Spofforth, Florida Women’s Diver of the Year Kara Salamone, Florida Women’s Freshman Swimmer of the Year Jana Mangimelli, Georgia Women’s Freshman Diver of the Year Becca St. Germain, LSU Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year Jack Bauerle, Georgia Women’s Diving Coach of the Year Donnie Craine, Florida Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year Lisa Caprioglio, Georgia ARKANSAS FIRST TEAM: Yi-Ting Siow. AUBURN FIRST TEAM: Vennie Dantin, Micah Lawrence, Melissa Marik, Ava Ohlgren Aria Vanderpool-Wallace. SECOND TEAM: Anna Aquero, Caitlin Geary, Hannah Riorden. FLORIDA FIRST TEAM: Sarah Bateman, Teressa Crippen, Jemma Lowe, Stephanie Napier, Kara Salamone, Gemma Spofforth, Shara Stafford. SECOND TEAM: Jamie Bohunicky, Melania Costa-Schmid, Elizabeth Kemp. GEORGIA FIRST TEAM: Anne-Marie Botek, Chelsea Nauta, Kelly McNichols, Allison Schmitt, Megan Romano, Morgan Scroggy, Wendy Trott. SECOND TEAM: Lisa Caprioglio, Jana Mangimelli, Michelle McKeehan, Hannah Moore, Kristen Shickors. TENNESSEE FIRST TEAM: Alex Barsanti, Jenny Connolly, Kelsey Floyd, Michele King.

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The SEC Championships 1981 at Alabama 1 Florida 2 Louisiana State 3 Auburn 4 Alabama 5 Georgia 6 TENNESSEE

913.0 703.0 656.0 612.0 608.0 385.5

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 50y fly — Liz Brown (26.283) 3rd 100y free — Liz Brown (52.069) 1982 at Florida 1 Florida 2 Alabama 3 Auburn 4 TENNESSEE 5 Georgia 6 Louisiana State

789.0 464.0 434.0 321.0 303.0 165.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 2nd 50y breast — Patty Clark (30.10) 2nd 100y breast — Patty Clark (1:04.24) 2nd 200y medley relay — L. Hill, P. Clark, J.B. Burrell, P. Saalfeld (1:47.21) 3rd 200y breast — Patty Clark (2:21.14) 3rd 100y IM — Patty Clark (59.01) 3rd 200y IM — Patty Clark (2:05.32) 3rd 400y medley relay — L. Hill, P. Clark, L. Brown, J. Barker (3:53.31) 1983 at Alabama 1 Florida 2 Alabama 3 Auburn 4 TENNESSEE 5 Georgia 6 Louisiana State

720.5 529.5 424.0 360.0 336.0 16.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 2nd 50y fly — J.B. Burrell (25.80) 3rd 200y breast — Patty Clark (2:21.66) 3rd 100y IM — Kathy Coffin (58.89) 3rd 800y free relay — J. Armington, J. Barker, K. Chronic, L. Brown (7:31.18) 1984 at Florida 1 Florida 2 Alabama 3 Auburn 4 Georgia 5 TENNESSEE 6 Vanderbilt 7 Louisiana State

509.0 426.0 416.0 344.0 289.0 99.0 45.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 2nd 50y free — Kathy Coffin (23.72) 3rd 200y free relay—P. Clark, K. Coffin, K. Driesler, J.Risser (1:35.84) 1985 at Georgia 1 Alabama 2 Florida 3 Auburn 4 Georgia 5 TENNESSEE 6 Kentucky 7 Louisiana State 8 Vanderbilt

803.0 792.0 544.0 480.0 366.0 190.5 159.0 148.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 2nd 50y free — Karla Driesler (23.70) 2nd 1m springboard — Jane Anthony (432.10) 1986 at TENNESSEE 1 Florida 2 Georgia 3 Alabama 4 Louisiana State 5 Auburn 6 TENNESSEE 7 Kentucky 8 Vanderbilt

935.0 563.5 518.0 468.0 429.0 317.5 138.0 113.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 50y free — Karla Driesler (23.48) 2nd 200y back — Wendy Gwaltney (2:05.11) 1987 at Alabama 1 Florida 2 Georgia 3 Alabama 4 Louisiana State 5 TENNESSEE 6 Auburn 7 Vanderbilt 8 Kentucky

739.0 680.5 494.5 467.5 450.5 402.0 171.0 151.5

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 200y medley relay — W. Gwaltney, T. Ignatosky, H. Burgess, K. Driesler (1:44.84) 2nd 100y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (1:04.65) 2nd 100y fly — Tillie Patterson (56.15) 2nd 200y free relay — K. Driesler, T. Sestak, M. Carlson, H. Burgess (1:33.32) 2nd 400y free relay — K. Driesler, T. Sestak, T. Ignatosky, H. Burgess (3:24.36) 2nd 1m springboard — Jane Anthony (494.40) 3rd 50y free — Karla Driesler (23.42) 3rd 3m springboard — Jane Anthony (465.90) 1988 at TENNESSEE 1 Florida 2 TENNESSEE 3 Georgia 4 Louisiana State 5 Auburn 6 Alabama 7 Kentucky 8 Vanderbilt

843.0 565.0 472.0 425.5 399.0 344.0 254.5 180.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 100y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (1:03.06) 1st 200y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (1:58.44) 2nd 200y breast — Dianna Vogel (2:19.85) 2nd 200y IM — Tracy Ignatosky (2:03.68) 2nd 200y free relay — T. Ignatosky, T. Sestak, M. Carlson, H. Burgess (1:34.27) 2nd 400y free relay — H. Burgess, T. Sestak, K. Koleber, T. Ignatosky (3:25.36) 2nd 800y free relay — T. Ignatosky, K. Koleber, K. Marsden, H. Burgess (7:27.34) 2nd 400y medley relay — D. Gildea, B. Corr, J. Darby, J. Hesp (3:51.73) 3rd 100y free — Heather Burgess (51.08) 3rd 1650y free — Kim Marsden (16:26.63) 3rd 100y breast — Brigid Corr (1:04.97) 3rd 200y medley relay — D. Gildea, B. Corr, J. Darby, J. Hesp (1:46.20) 1989 at Florida 1 Florida 2 TENNESSEE 3 Georgia 4 Alabama 5 Louisiana State 6 Kentucky 7 Auburn 8 Vanderbilt

907.5 664.0 472.0 426.5 390.0 320.5 249.5 198.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 2nd 100y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (1:02.99) 2nd 200y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (2:16.26) 2nd 200y IM — Tracy Ignatosky (2:02.73) 2nd 200y free relay — J. McGrath, T. Ignatosky, C. Byrne, A. Wentzel (1:33.54) 2nd 800y free relay — A. Wentzel, P. Kunst, J. Hesp, S. Weis (7:22.45) 2nd 200y medley relay — C. Byrne, T. Ignatosky, S. Weis, J. McGrath (1:43.61) 2nd 400y medley relay — D. Gildea, T. Ignatosky, S. Weis, J. McGrath (3:48.41) 3rd 100y free — Jenny McGrath (50.20) 3rd 100y back — Catherine Byrne (55.36) 3rd 200y back — Deirdre Gildea (2:01.66) 3rd 400 free relay — T. Ignatosky, J. Hesp, A, Wentzel, J. McGrath (3:23.45) 1990 at Alabama 1 Florida 2 TENNESSEE 3 Alabama 4 Georgia 5 Kentucky 6 Louisiana State 7 Auburn 8 Vanderbilt

897.0 722.0 446.0 402.0 384.0 284.0 278.0 225.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 1650y free — Kathy Hoffman (16:20.50) 1st 200y breast — Stephanie Brinser(2:16.75) 1st 200y IM — Jenny McGrath (2:01.10) 1st 200y free relay — R. James, C. Byrne, P. Kunst, J. McGrath (1:33.12) 2nd 50y free — Jenny McGrath (23.33) 2nd 200y free — Andrea Wentzel (1:48.30) 2nd 500y free — Andrea Wentzel (4:47.30) 2nd 1650y free — Missy Hoy (16:24.24) 2nd 400y free relay — C. Byrne, A. Wentzel, P. Kunst, J. McGrath (3:23.80) 2nd 800y free relay — A. Wentzel, J. Hesp, K. Hoffman, P. Kunst (7:24.56) 3rd 200y fly — Sarah Weis (2:01.36) 3rd 400 IM — Stephanie Brinser (4:20.26) 3rd 400y medley relay — C. Byrne, S. Brinser, S. Weis, J. McGrath (3:48.26)

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1991 at Kentucky 1 Florida 2 Georgia 3 TENNESSEE 4 Alabama 5 Auburn 6 Louisiana State 7 Kentucky 8 Vanderbilt

744.0 630.0 480.0 421.0 404.0 385.0 377.0 197.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 1650y free — Kathy Hoffman (16:31.83) 2nd 200y free — Andrea Wentzel (1:49.01) 2nd 1650y free — Missy Hoe (16:44.19) 2nd 200y fly — Sarah Weis (2:02.45) 3rd 500y free — Andrea Wentzel (4:52.93) 3rd 200y breast — Robin Lewis (2:19.74) 3rd 1m springboard — Heidi Gilbert (376.30) 1992 at Alabama 1 Florida 2 Auburn 3 Georgia 4 TENNESSEE 5 Alabama 6 South Carolina 7 Louisiana State 8 Arkansas 9 Kentucky 10 Vanderbilt

726.5 540.0 510.0 454.5 430.5 307.5 277.0 249.0 202.0 95.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 200m breast — Stephanie Brinser (2:39.00) 1st 200y free relay — R. James, C. Byrne, A. Wentzel, J. McGrath (1:32.47) 2nd 200m free — Andrea Wentzel (2:03.28) 2nd 400m free — Andrea Wentzel (4:19.40) 2nd 1500m free — Kathy Hoffman (17:04.66) 2nd 10 0m back — Catherine Byrne (1:03.69) 2nd 800m free relay — A. Wentzel, C. Byrne, J. McGrath, K. Hoffman (1:03.69) 2nd 1m springboard — Laine Owen (391.95) 3rd 400m free relay — A. Wentzel, J. McGrath, C. Byrne, R. James (3:54.32) 1993 at Arkansas 1 Florida 2 Auburn 3 Georgia 4 Alabama 5 Louisiana State 6 TENNESSEE 7 South Carolina 8 Kentucky 9 Arkansas

789.0 595.0 490.5 397.5 363.0 335.5 306.0 253.0 220.5

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 2nd 50y free — Nicole deMan (22.83) 2nd 200y free — Yvette Robling (1:49.21) 2nd 200y free relay — N. deMan, R. James, S. Livers, Y. Robling (1:32.57) 1994 at Auburn 1 Florida 2 Auburn 3 Alabama 4 Georgia 5 Louisiana State 6 TENNESSEE 7 South Carolina 8 Kentucky 9 Arkansas

732.5 628.0 497.0 468.5 371.0 346.0 324.0 247.0 125.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 1650y free — Leslie Mix (16:14.15) 2nd 50y free — Nicole deMan (22.62) 2nd 3m springboard — Tracy Bonner (487.95) 3rd 500y free — Leslie Mix (4:46.35) 1995 at South Carolina 1 Florida 2 Auburn 3 TENNESSEE 4 Kentucky 5 Georgia 6 Alabama 7 Louisiana State 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas

569.0 519.0 465.0 439.5 425.0 396.0 374.0 323.0 181.5

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 50y free — Nicole deMan (22.86) 1st 100y free — Nicole deMan (49.73) 1st 3m springboard — Tracy Bonner (517.65) 1st 400y free relay — C. Shefchunas, J. Minnich, N. deMan, L. Mix (3:23.59) 2nd 200y free — Leslie Mix (1:48.39) 2nd 500y free — Leslie Mix (4:43.65)

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The SEC Championships 2nd 2nd 3rd

200y free relay — J. Minnich, M. Gobrecht, C. Shefchunas, N. deMan (1:32.79) 800y free relay — L. Mix, S. Livers, J. Millis, C. White (7:22.54) 1650y free — Leslie Mix (16:17.84)

1996 at TENNESSEE 1 Florida 2 Georgia 3 TENNESSEE 4 Alabama 5 Auburn 6 Kentucky 7 Louisiana State 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas

685.0 632.5 472.0 426.0 421.0 402.0 324.0 204.5 156.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 50y free — Nicole deMan (22.84) 1st 3m springboard — Kathy Pesek (522.90) 2nd 100y breast — Tori DeSilvia (1:03.53) 2nd 1650y free — Sarah Nichols (16:28.97) 3rd 200y medley relay — E. Plummer, K. Davis, T. DeSilvia, C. Shefchunas (1:43.54) 3rd 100y back — Emily Plummer (56.33) 3rd 200y fly — Tori DeSilvia (2:00.09) 1997 at Georgia 1 Georgia 2 Auburn 3 TENNESSEE 4 Louisiana State 5 Florida 6 Alabama 7 Kentucky 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas

712.5 538.0 501.5 436.0 395.0 384.5 318.5 212.0 172.0

794.0 683.0 551.5 500.5 413.0 226.5 225.5 197.0 141.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 10m platform — Kathy Pesek (658.40) 3rd 3m springboard — Kathy Pesek (489.15) 3rd 200y medley relay — F. Molina, T. DeSilvia, E. Plummer, J. Mancini (1:43.50) 3rd 200y back — Fabiola Molina (1:58.35) 1999 at Kentucky 1 Georgia 2 Auburn 3 Kentucky 4 Florida 5 TENNESSEE 6 Louisiana State 7 Alabama 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas

807.5 577.0 497.0 493.0 478.5 343.0 194.0 175.0 167.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 200y fly — Monica Shannahan (1:59.29) 1st 10m platform — Kathy Pesek (639.90) 2nd 200y fly — Kari Peterson (1:59.63) 3rd 100y breast — Monica Shannahan (1:02.88) 3rd 200y breast — Monica Shannahan (2:15.57) 2000 at Auburn 1 Georgia 2 Auburn 3 Florida 4 TENNESSEE 5 Louisiana State 6 Kentucky 7 Alabama 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas

850.0 701.0 510.0 409.5 382.0 332.0 251.0 169.0 144.5

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 3m springboard — Jane Woodard (525.35) 2nd 200y fly — Monica Shannahan (2:00.31)

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10m platform — Lizzy Flynt (482.95) 400y medley relay — B. Jones, M. Shannahan, P. Hanson, T. Moodie (3:44:94)

2001 at Alabama 1 Georgia 2 Auburn 3 Florida 4 Alabama 5 TENNESSEE 6 Kentucky 7 Louisiana State 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas

716.0 668.0 604.0 398.0 320.0 315.0 281.0 255.5 156.5

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 100y fly — Pam Hanson (53.37) 1st 1m springboard — Jaime Sanger (311.70) 2nd 100y back — Pam Hanson (54.94) 2nd 200y back — Pam Hanson (1:57.12) 2nd 10m platform — Lizzy Flynt (447.55) 3rd 200y free relay — S. Wingfield, B. Hall, K. Melka, T. Felton (1:34.08) 2002 at Arkansas 1 Florida 2 Georgia 3 Auburn 4 Alabama 5 Louisiana State 6 South Carolina 7 TENNESSEE 8 Arkansas 9 Kentucky

742.5 719.0 693.5 312.0 340.5 285.5 240.0 214.0 203.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 1m springboard — Jaime Sanger (313.85) 2003 at Auburn 1 Auburn 2 Florida 3 Georgia 4 Alabama 5 TENNESSEE 6 South Carolina 7 Louisiana State 8 Arkansas 9 Kentucky

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 1m springboard — Tracy Bonner (404.95) 1st 10m platform — Dawn Burton (556.35) 2nd 200y fly — Tori DeSilvia (2:00.47) 2nd 500y free — Leslie Mix (4:45.83) 2nd 1650y free — Sarah Nichols (16:21.86) 3rd 100y breast — Tori DeSiliva (1:02.49) 3rd 100y fly — Tori DeSilvia (54.79) 1998 at Florida 1 Georgia 2 Auburn 3 Florida 4 Kentucky 5 TENNESSEE 6 Louisiana State 7 Alabama 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas

2nd 3rd

841.5 685.0 648.5 316.0 278.0 260.0 247.0 244.0 212.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 1m springboard — Jaime Sanger (323.25) 1st Platform Diving — Kylee Wells (452.95) 1st 3m springboard — Jaime Sanger (516.00) 2004 at Georgia 1 Auburn 2 Georgia 3 Florida 4 TENNESSEE 5 South Carolina 6 Kentucky 7 Arkansas 8 Alabama 9 Louisiana State

846.0 756.0 680.0 264.0 263.0 252.5 236.0 222.5 212.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 3rd 1m springboard – Lauryn McCalley (290.00) 3rd 100y back – Jacque Fessel (54.03) 3rd 200y medley relay – J. Fessel, T. Clay, M. Tomes, T. Ternent (1:41.08) 2005 at Florida 1 Auburn 2 Georgia 3 Florida 4 Kentucky 5 South Carolina 6 Alabama 7 TENNESSEE 8 LSU 9 Arkansas

816.0 809.0 659.0 339.0 257.0 238.0 217.0 181.0 147.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 3rd 100y back – Jacque Fessel (53.98) 2006 at TENNESSEE 1 Georgia 2 Auburn 3 Florida 4 Kentucky 5 TENNESSEE 6 South Carolina 7 Alabama 8 LSU 9 Arkansas

1094.0 1075.0 758.0 597.0 535.0 363.5 293.5 290.0 144.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 2nd 800y free relay – C. Magnuson, S. Maccherola, C. Mathes, M. Tomes (7:07.66)

3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

100y back – Jacque Fessel (54.44) 200y free – Christine Magnuson (1:45.90) 200y medley relay – J. Fessel, T. Clay, C. Magnuson, M. Tomes (1:39.22) 400y free relay – C. Mathes, C. Magnuson, E. Christy, M. Tomes (3:19.61)

2007 at Kentucky 1 Auburn 2 Georgia 3 Florida 4 Kentucky 5 TENNESSEE 6 LSU 7 Alabama 8 South Carolina 9 Arkansas 10 Vanderbilt

899.0 671.0 580.0 384.0 349.5 254.5 214.0 190.0 143.0 82.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 100y fly – Christine Magnuson (52.04) 2nd 1m springboard – Lauren LeRoy (319.75) 3rd 800y free relay – C. Magnuson, C. Mathes, M. King, M. Tomes (7:07.22) 3rd 200y IM — Megan Tomes (1:59.34) 3rd 100y free – Christine Magnuson (48.75) 2008 at Alabama 1 Auburn 2 Florida 3 Georgia 4 TENNESSEE 5 Kentucky 6 LSU 7 Arkansas 8 Alabama 9 South Carolina 10 Vanderbilt

761.5 706.0 566.5 477.0 332.0 238.5 229.0 202.5 199.0 80.0

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 50y free – Christine Magnuson (22.03) 1st 3m springboard – Lauren LeRoy (344.05) 1st 200y free relay – M. King, C. Mathes, C. Magnuson, B. Nauta (1:29.07) 1st 100y fly – Christine Magnuson (51.00) 1st 100y free – Christine Magnuson (48.08) 2nd 200y medley relay – T. Weaner, M. King, C. Magnuson, C. Mathes (1:38.09) 2nd 1650y free – Aleksa Akerfelds (16:00.11) 2nd 400y free relay – M. King, C. Mathes, C. Magnuson, B. Nauta (3:16.22) 3rd 1m springboard – Lauren LeRoy (311.05) 3rd 500y free – Aleksa Akerfelds (4:42.91) 3rd 400y IM – Aleksa Akerfelds (4:13.12) 3rd 100y breast – Michele King (1:00.46) 3rd 100y free – Michele King (48.70) 2009 at Auburn 1 Florida 2. Auburn 3. Georgia 4. TENNESSEE 5. Arkansas 6. Alabama 7. South Carolina 8. LSU 9. Kentucky 10. Vanderbilt

744 730.5 725 394.5 299 244 225 187 182 74

TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: t1st 50y free – Michele King (21.90) 1st 100y breast - Jamie Saffer (59.84) 2nd 100y back - Jenny Connolly (51.34) 3rd 3m springboard - Jodie McGroarty (348.10) 2010 at Georgia 1 Georgia 2. Florida 3. Auburn 4. TENNESSEE 5. Alabama 6. Arkansas 7. LSU 8. Kentucky 9. South Carolina 10. Vanderbilt

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TENNESSEE TOP-THREE FINISHES: 1st 200y medley relay – J. Connolly, A. Barsanti, K. Floyd, M. King (1:37.32) 1st 50y free - Michele King (22.06) 2nd 100y back - Jenny Connolly (24.24) 2nd 100y breast - Alex Barsanti (59.97) 3rd 100y breast - Breanna Folk (1:00.30) 3rd 1650y free - Aleksa Akerfelds (16:02.78) 3rd 200y breast - Samara Gelb (2:10.34) *Bold indicates returnee

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The Southeastern Conference University of Alabama

University of Arkansas

Auburn University

Location:....................................... Tuscaloosa, Ala. Nickname:.......................................... Crimson Tide Colors:.......................................Crimson and White President:.....................................Dr. Robert E. Witt Athletics Director:..................................Mal Moore Enrollment:....................................................28,807 Natatorium (Capacity):.....Alabama Aquatic Center . ...................................................................... (1,500) Head Coach:...................................Eric McIlquham Associate Head Coach:.....................Sonya Porter Assistant Coaches:......................... James Barber, ....................................................... Stefan Gherghel Diving Coach:...................................Pat Greenwell 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 7-2 2010 SEC Finish:.......................................5th of 10 2010 NCAA Finish:.................................32nd of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......................10/12 Swimming Contact:........................Roots Woodruff Office Phone:..................................(205) 348-2088 Office Fax:.......................................(205) 348-8841 E-mail:........................................... roots@ia.ua.edu WWW Site:.....................................www.rolltide.com

Location:....................................... Fayetteville, Ark. Nickname:.............................................Razorbacks Colors:.......................................Cardinal and White Chancellor:............................Dr. G. David Gearhart Athletics Director:....................................Jeff Long Enrollment:....................................................19,849 Natatorium (Capacity):..........Arkansas Natatorium . ...................................................................... (1,500) Head Coach:.........................................Jeff Poppell Assistant Coach:...................................Todd Mann Diving Coach:..................................... Dale Schultz 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 7-2 2009 SEC Finish:.......................................6th of 10 2009 NCAA Finish:..................................37th of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................21/5 Swimming Contact:......................Stephanie Taylor Office Phone:..................................(479) 575-4898 Office Fax:.......................................(479) 575-7481 E-mail:......................................... sat005@uark.edu WWW Site:...............www.arkansasrazorbacks.com

Location:..............................................Auburn, Ala. Nickname:......................................................Tigers Colors:........................Burnt Orange and Navy Blue President:..........................................Dr. Jay Gogue Athletics Director:.................................Jay Jacobs Enrollment:....................................................24,530 Natatorium (Capacity):..................James E. Martin ............................................Aquatics Center (1,000) Head Coach:........................................Brett Hawke Associate Head Coach:................... Frank Bradley Assistant Coaches:.......................... Richard Long, ...........................Carrie McCambridge, Aaron Ciarla Diving Coach:....................................... Jeff Shaffer 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 4-4 2010 SEC Finish:...................................... 3rd of 10 2010 NCAA Finish:....................................8th of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................18/8 Swimming Contact:..............................Kendra Lee Office Phone:..................................(334) 844-9182 Office Fax:.......................................(334) 844-9807 E-mail:................................... kal0014@auburn.edu WWW Site:........................... www.auburntigers.com

University of Florida

University of Georgia

University of Kentucky

Location:........................................Gainesville, Fla. Nickname:.....................................................Gators Colors:.......................................... Orange and Blue President:.....................Dr. James Bernard Machen Athletics Director:.............................Jeremy Foley Enrollment:....................................................50,576 Natatorium (Capacity):.........Stephen C. O’Connell ........................................Center Natatorium (1,200) Head Coach:..........................................Gregg Troy Associate Head Coaches:................ Martyn Wilby, .......................................................... Anthony Nesty Assistant Coaches:......................Steve Jungbluth, ..............................................................Leah Stancil Diving Coach:...................................Donnie Craine 2009-10 Dual Record:...................................... 10-2 2010 SEC Finish:......................................2nd of 10 2010 NCAA Finish:....................................1st of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:......................20/10 Swimming Contact:..............................Kelly Niblett Office Phone:.................. (352) 375-4683 ext. 6121 Office Fax:.......................................(352) 375-4809 E-mail:...........................KellyN@gators.uaa.ufl.edu WWW Site:............................... www.gatorzone.com

Location:...............................................Athens, Ga. Nickname:..................................................Bulldogs Colors:.............................................. Red and Black President:...............................Dr. Michael F. Adams Athletics Director:........................... Greg McGarity Enrollment:....................................................34,180 Natatorium (Capacity):........Gabrielsen Natatorium . ...................................................................... (2,000) Head Coach:.......................................Jack Bauerle Associate Head Coach:.................Harvey Humphries Assistant Coaches:...........................Carol Capitani, ..................................... Jerry Champer, Brian Smith Diving Coach:.......................................... Dan Laak 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 8-1 2010 SEC Finish:.......................................1st of 10 2010 NCAA Finish:................................... 5rh of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................20/7 Swimming Contact:.......................... Steve Colquitt Office Phone:..................................(706) 542-9042 Office Fax:......................................(706) 542-9339 E-mail:.............................scolquitt@sports.uga.edu WWW Site:.......................... www.georgiadogs.com

Location:........................................... Lexington, Ky. Nickname:..................................................Wildcats Colors:............................................. Blue and White President:...................................Dr. Lee T. Todd, Jr. Athletics Director:........................... Mitch Barnhart Enrollment:....................................................27,000 Natatorium (Capacity):... Lancaster Aquatic Center . ......................................................................... (750) Head Coach:.......................................Gary Conelly Assistant Coaches:...........................John Brucato, .................................................................. Don Gibb ....................................................... Margo Greeman Diving Coach:....................................... Ted Hautau 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 5-5 2010 SEC Finish:.......................................8th of 10 2010 NCAA Finish:..................................34th of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................15/6 Swimming Contact:..........................Metz Camfield Office Phone:..................................(434) 962-0080 Office Fax:.......................................(859) 323-4310 E-mail:............................... metz.camfield@uky.edu WWW Site:.............................. www.ukathletics.com

Louisiana State University

University of South Carolina

Vanderbilt University

Location:......................................Baton Rouge, La. Nickname:......................................................Tigers Colors:............................................Purple and Gold Chancellor:....................................... Michael Martin Athletics Director:.................................. Joe Alleva Enrollment:....................................................28,194 Natatorium (Capacity):..................LSU Natatorium ...................................................................... (2,200) Head Coach:........................................David Geyer Assistant Coaches:..................................Lance Asti ........................................................... Brandi Collins Diving Coach:.................................... Doug Shaffer 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 6-6 2010 SEC Finish:.......................................7th of 10 2010 NCAA Finish:..................................30th of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................17/2 Swimming Contact:..........................Jesse Delerno Office Phone:..................................(225) 578-1866 Office Fax:.......................................(225) 578-1861 E-mail:..................................jdeler5@tigers.lsu.edu WWW Site:...................................www.lsusports.net

Location:......................................... Columbia, S.C. Nickname:.............................................Gamecocks Colors:............................................. Garnet & Black President:...................................Dr. Harris Pastides Athletics Director:................................Eric Hyman Enrollment:....................................................28,481 Natatorium (Capacity):..............Carolina Natatorium ...................................................................... (2,000) Head Coach:.................................... McGee Moody Assistant Coaches:........................ Allison Brennan, .........................................................Jason Memont, ................................Steve Steketee, Abby Steketee. Diving Coach:..................................... Todd Sherritt 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 3-8 2010 SEC Finish:.......................................9th of 10 2010 NCAA Finish:..................................39th of 48 Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................28/3 Swimming Contact:.................................Wes Todd Office Phone:..................................(803) 777-7872 Office Fax:.......................................(803) 777-2967 E-mail:..............................................wtodd@sc.edu WWW Site:................... www.gamecocksonline.com

Location:........................................ Nashville, Tenn. Nickname:..........................................Commodores Colors:.................................................Black & Gold Chancellor:............................... Nicholas S. Zeppos Vice Chancellor (Athletics):.........David Williams II Enrollment:......................................................6,738 Natatorium (Capacity):.......... Centennial Sportsplex ...................................................................... (1,000) Head Coach:.....................................Jeremy Organ Assistant Coaches:.................... Krysten Nemecek 2009-10 Dual Record:........................................ 2-8 2010 SEC Finish:.....................................10th of 10 2009 NCAA Finish:............................................N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost:........................13/3 Swimming Contact:...................Donnie Turnbaugh Office Phone:..................................(615) 322-4121 Office Fax:.......................................(615) 343-7064 E-mail:............................. dturnbaugh7@gmail.com WWW Site:.......................www.vucommodores.com

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The NCAA Championships LADY VOLS IN THE NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Ever since Patty Clark starred by grabbing second-place finishes in the 100y and 200y breaststroke en route to leading the University of Tennessee to 10th place at the inaugural NCAA Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships in 1982, Lady Vol teams and athletes have enjoyed a wealth of championship success. In the 29 years of NCAA Championship competition, 84 Lady Vol swimmers and divers have combined to capture 464 total All-America certificates. The honors have included four NCAA champions and 24 NCAA medalists. At the 1995 NCAAs, Tracy Bonner became the Lady Vols’ first individual national champion, winning the 3-meter springboard. The following year, Nicole deMan captured the first title by a Lady Vol swimmer by claiming victory in the 50y free. Kathy Pesek became the third UT woman in four years to capture an NCAA crown when she won the 10-meter platform two years later at the 1998 championships. In 2008, Christine Magnuson became the second swimmer to capture an NCAA title by winning the 100y fly. In addition to accolades earned by individual athletes, UT has enjoyed tremendous team success, as well. The Lady Vols have placed among the top 20 teams at 23 of the 29 NCAA meets, including a program-best fourth-place finish in 1989. Last season, the 200y medley relay team of Jenny Connolly, Alex Barsanti, Kelsey Floyd and Michele King became the highest placing Lady Vol relay at the national meet with a second-place podium finish as UT finished in the top-15 for a school-record fifth consecutive season. 1982 at Florida 1 Florida 2 Stanford 3 North Carolina 4 Auburn 5 Southern California 6 Arizona 7 Arizona State 8 North Carolina State 9 Alabama 10 TENNESSEE

505.0 383.0 285.0 253.0 199.0 179.0 166.0 123.0 115.0 100.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-12 FINISHES: 2nd 100y breast — Patty Clark (1:03.42) 2nd 200y breast — Patty Clark (2:16.37) 4th 50y breast — Patty Clark (29.59) 5th 200 IM — Patty Clark (2:03.92) 6th 100 IM — Patty Clark (58.46) 6th 400y medley relay — L. Hill, P. Clark, L. Brown, J. Barker (3:51.64) 8th 200y free — Julie Barker (1:49.69) 9th 50y fly — Liz Brown (25.68) 9th 200y medley relay — L. Hill, P. Clark, J.B. Burrell, P. Saalfeld (1:46.03) 10th 100y fly — Liz Brown (56.68) 11th 400y free relay — L. Brown, T. Doyle, P. Saalfeld, J. Barker (3:30.18) 12th 800y free relay — M. Cary, P. Saalfeld, S. Ferrin, L. Brown (7:35.08) 1983 at Nebraska 1 Stanford 2 Florida 3 Texas 4 Southern California 5 Alabama 6 North Carolina 7 Kansas 8 Auburn 9 Southern Illinois 10 Ohio State 19 TENNESSEE

418.5 389.5 314.0 223.0 185.0 180.0 148.0 131.0 123.0 89.0 22.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-12 FINISHES: 9th 200y free — Julie Barker (1:50.23) 9th 800y free relay — K. Coffin, L. Brown, K. Chronic, J. Barker (7:28.50) 11th 200y free relay — J. Armington, L. Brown, T. Patterson, K. Coffin (1:35.99) 11th 400y free relay — J. Armington, K. Coffin, L. Brown, J. Barker (3:27.21) 12th 200y medley relay — L. Hill, P. Clark, J.B. Burrell, K. Coffin (1:46.20)

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Jacque Fessel did a lot of celebrating from 2002-06 on the Lady Vol swimming & diving team as she was a nine-time All-American, including five individual certificates for the 100y and 200y backstroke events.

1984 at Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis 1 Texas 2 Stanford 3 Florida 4 Southern California 5 North Carolina 6 Auburn 7 Alabama 7 Southern Illinois 9 Michigan 10 Houston 11 TENNESSEE

392.0 324.0 313.0 232.0 208.0 111.0 107.0 107.0 58.0 49.5 48.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-12 FINISHES: 6th 200y free relay — L. Brown, K. Driesler, P. Clark, K. Coffin (1:34.45) 7th 200y medley relay — L. Hill, P. Clark, L. Brown, K. Coffin (1:46.19) 9th 50y free — Kathy Coffin (23.52) 9th 400y free relay — L. Brown, K. Driesler, J. Risser, K. Coffin (3:26.02) 11th 400y medley relay — L. Sawyer, P. Clark, L. Brown, K. Coffin (3:51.79) 1985 at Alabama 1 Texas 2 Florida 3 Stanford 4 California 5 Southern Illinois 6 Southern California 7 Alabama 8 UCLA 9 Nebraska 10 Southern Methodist 33 TENNESSEE

643.0 400.0 340.0 283.0 231.0 229.0 170.5 146.0 123.0 114.0 11.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-12 FINISHES: 11th 3m springboard — Jane Anthony (445.30) 12th 1m springboard — Jane Anthony (406.85) 1986 at Arkansas 1 Texas 2 Florida 3 Stanford 4 California 5 Southern Illinois 6 UCLA 7 Clemson 8 Miami (Fla.) 9 Georgia 10 Alabama 10 Louisiana State

633.0 586.0 538.0 238.0 167.0 166.0 123.0 121.0 116.0 82.0 82.0

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TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 15th 200y free relay — K. Driesler, T. Schneider, T. Sestak, H. Burgess (1:35.56) Note: The NCAA increased the number of first team AllAmericans to the top eight finishers and changed honorable mention honorees to places nine through 16 beginning in 1986

1987 at Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis 1 Texas 2 Stanford 3 Florida 4 California 5 Clemson 6 Georgia 7 Arizona State 8 Southern California 9 North Carolina 10 Michigan 14 TENNESSEE

648.5 631.5 315.0 294.0 243.0 182.0 152.0 146.0 138.0 109.5 85.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 6th 200y free relay — K. Driesler, M. Carlson, T. Ignatosky, H. Burgess (1:33.79) 7th 400y free relay — K. Driesler, T. Sestak, T. Ignatosky, H. Burgess (3:24.65) 7th 1m springboard — Jane Anthony (444.55) 11th 100y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (1:04.27) 14th 200y medley relay — W. Gwaltney, T. Ignatosky, H. Burgess, K. Driesler (1:45.26) 14th 400y medley relay — W. Gwaltney, T. Ignatosky, T. Patterson, H. Burgess (3:50.24) 15th 100y free — Heather Burgess (50.84) 15th 3m springboard — Jane Anthony (427.60) 16th 100y fly — Tillie Patterson (56.63) 1988 at Texas 1 Texas 2 Florida 3 Stanford 4 California 5 Clemson 6 Arizona State 7 Virginia 8 Michigan 9 UCLA 10 South Carolina 11 TENNESSEE

661.0 542.5 419.0 241.0 218.5 205.0 173.5 167.0 153.0 123.5 108.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 5th 1650y free — Kim Marsden (16:17.44)

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200y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (2:15.30) 400y free relay — T. Ignatosky, J. Hesp, K. Koleber, H. Burgess (3:23.29) 1650y free — Missy Hoy (16:27.00) 200y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (1:03.22) 400y medley relay — D. Gildea, T. Ignatosky, J. Darby, H. Burgess (3:47.70) 200y IM — Tracy Ignatosky (2:02.21) 200y free relay — T. Ignatosky, T. Sestak, M. Carlson, H. Burgess (1:34.75) 800y free relay — J. Hesp, K. Koleber, K. Marsden, H. Burgess (7:25.22) 200y medley relay — H. Coulson, T. Ignatosky, H. Burgess, M. Carlson (1:45.71)

1989 at Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis 1 Stanford 2 Texas 3 Florida 4 TENNESSEE 5 California 6 UCLA 6 Michigan 8 Arizona State 9 Clemson 10 Georgia

610.5 547.0 536.0 260.5 234.0 172.0 172.0 145.0 142.0 126.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 2nd 100y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (1:02.60) 4th 400y IM — Stephanie Brinser (4:17.02) 4th 400y free relay — T. Ignatosky, A. Wentzel, P. Kunst, J. McGrath (3:24.05) 4th 200y medley relay — C. Byrne, T. Ignatosky, S. Weis, J. McGrath (1:43.04) 4th 400y medley relay — C. Byrne, T. Ignatosky, S. Weis, J. McGrath (3:45.01) 6th 100y back — Catherine Byrne (56.36) 6th 200y breast — Stephanie Brinser (2:15.87) 6th 200y free relay — C. Byrne, J. Hesp, T. Ignatosky, J. McGrath (1:33.57) 7th 200y back — Catherine Byrne (2:01.45) 7th 200y breast — Tracy Ignatosky (2:16.55) 7th 800y free relay — A. Wentzel, P. Kunst, S. Weis, J. McGrath (7:19.39) 8th 200y IM — Jenny McGrath (2:03.45) 10th 200y back — Deirdre Gildea (2:01.25) 11th 200y IM — Tracy Ignatosky (2:02.39) 12th 1650y free — Missy Hoy (16:28.91) 12th 200y IM — Stephanie Brinser (2:02.70) 14th 100y back — Deirdre Gildea (57.53) 15th 1650y free — Kathy Hoffman (16:35.45) 1990 at Texas 1 Texas 2 Stanford 3 Florida 4 California 5 UCLA

632.0 622.5 477.0 263.0 224.0

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TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 8th 200y free — Andrea Wentzel (1:49.04) 8th 100y back — Catherine Byrne (57.13) 11th 200y medley relay — C. Byrne, J. McGrath, S. Weis, P. Kunst (1:44.73) 13th 200y fly — Sarah Weis (2:00.86) 15th 100y free — Jenny McGrath (51.32) 15th 200y free relay — C Byrne, J. Hesp, P. Kunst, J. McGrath (1:34.69) 15th 400y free relay — A. Wentzel, C. Byrne, P. Kunst, J. McGrath (3:25.78) 16th 1650y free — Missy Hoy (16:32.31) 16th 400 IM — Stephanie Brinser (4:25.21) 1991 at Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis 1 Texas 2 Stanford 3 Florida 4 California 5 UCLA 6 Southern Methodist 7 Arizona 8 Georgia 9 Southern California 10 Miami (Fla.) 17 TENNESSEE

746.0 653.0 353.0 275.0 192.0 190.0 163.0 137.0 135.0 127.0 52.5

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 4th 200y free — Jenny McGrath (1:48.00) 6th 800y free relay — A. Wentzel, S. Weis, K. Hoffman, J. McGrath (7:20.79) 12th 200y fly — Sarah Weis (2:01.21) 13th 100y fly — Sarah Weis (55.77) 15th 200y free — Andrea Wentzel (1:49.24) 16th 1650y free — Kathy Hoffman (16:35.49) 1992 at Texas 1 Stanford 2 Texas 3 Florida 4 Southern Methodist 5 Arizona 6 UCLA 7 Michigan 8 Auburn 9 Georgia 10 Minnesota 18 TENNESSEE

735.5 651.0 294.5 285.0 272.0 206.5 188.0 154.0 130.0 117.5 50.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 6th 100y back — Catherine Byrne (55.71) 11th 200y back — Catherine Byrne (1:58.60) 11th 400y free relay — A. Wentzel, C. Byrne, R. James, J. McGrath (3:24.58) 13th 200y free — Andrea Wentzel (1:48.64) 13th 200y free relay — R. James, C. Byrne, A. Wentzel, J. McGrath (1:34.00) 14th 800y free relay — A. Wentzel, K. Hoffman, J. McGrath, C. Byrne (7:28.34) 16th 1650y free — Kathy Hoffman (16:46.37) 1993 at Minnesota 1 Stanford 2 Florida 3 Texas 4 Southern Methodist 5 Michigan 6 Arizona 7 UCLA 8 Auburn 9 Arizona State 10 Alabama 19 TENNESSEE

Tracy Bonner claimed victory on the three-meter springboard at the 1995 NCAA Championships and garnered a total of 10 All-America accolades during her career.

182.5 163.0 122.0 118.0 100.0 50.0

649.5 421.0 407.0 273.0 251.0 250.0 240.0 174.0 132.0 130.0 65.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 5th 3m springboard — Tracy Bonner (495.60) 7th 50y free — Nicole deMan (23.11) 11th 10m platform — Tracy Bonner (292.15) 12th 200y free relay — N. deMan, R. James, S. Livers, Y. Robling (1:33.71) 12th 400y free relay — N. deMan, Y. Robling, S. Livers, R. James (3:24.67) 12th 1m springboard — Tracy Bonner (368.45) 14th 200y medley relay — Y. Robling, N. deMan, S. Livers, R. James (1:47.36) 16th 400y medley relay — Y. Robling, N. deMan, S. Livers, R. James (4:03.23)

A n d r e a We n t z e l c o l l e c t e d a t o t a l o f 1 3 A l l America citations during her Lady Vol career from 1989-92.

1994 at Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis 1 Stanford 2 Texas 3 Florida 4 Southern Methodist 5 Auburn 6 Southern California 7 UCLA 8 Michigan 9 Alabama 10 Arizona 13 TENNESSEE

512.0 421.0 387.5 272.0 242.0 240.0 191.0 173.0 153.0 151.0 96.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 2nd 500y free — Leslie Mix (4:43.41) 2nd 1650y free — Leslie Mix (16:14.16) 3rd 1m springboard — Tracy Bonner (431.75) 3rd 3m springboard — Tracy Bonner (507.65) 5th 50y free — Nicole deMan (22.92) 12th 100y breast — Nicole deMan (1:03.20) 14th 200y free relay — J. Minnich, S. Livers, M. Gobrecht, N. deMan (1:34.06) 15th 200y medley relay — L. Mix, N. deMan, S. Livers, J. Minnich (1:45.24) 16th 100y free — Nicole deMan (51.01) 1995 at Texas 1 Stanford 2 Michigan 3 Texas 4 Southern Methodist 5 Arizona 6 Georgia 7 Southern California 8 Florida 9 Nebraska 10 UCLA 12 TENNESSEE

497.5 478.5 355.0 306.5 250.0 247.0 208.0 191.0 170.0 148.0 112.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES: 1st 3m springboard — Tracy Bonner (580.20) 5th 50y free — Nicole deMan (22.98) 5th 500y free — Leslie Mix (4:43.67) 10th 1m springboard — Tracy Bonner (384.40) 10th 100y free — Nicole deMan (50.11) 10th 200y free relay — C. Shefchunas, S. Livers, M. Gobrecht, N. deMan (1:33.77) 10th 800y freestlye relay — L. Mix, S. Livers, J. Millis, C. White (7:23.41) 12th 1650y free — Leslie Mix (16:20.98) 12th 400y free relay — C. Shefchunas, M. Gobrecht, N. deMan, L. Mix (3:24.33) 13th 1650y free — Julie Millis (16:23.19) 14th 10m platform — Tracy Bonner (321.90) 1996 at Michigan 1 Stanford 2 Southern Methodist 3 Michigan 4 Southern California

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268.0 256.0 220.0 189.0 186.0 167.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 1st 50y free — Nicole deMan (22.59) 2nd 200y fly — Tori DeSilvia (1:57.90) 4th 100y fly — Tori DeSilvia (54.58) 6th 10m platform — Kathy Pesek (522.85) 8th 1m springboard — Kathy Pesek (394.35) 8th 400y medley relay — F. Molina, T. DeSilvia, E. Plummer, N. deMan (3:44.71) 8th 100y back — Tori DeSilvia (1:02.21) 8th 100y free — Nicole deMan (50.26) 9th 200y free relay — N. deMan, C. Shefchunas, E. Plummer, S. Livers (1:33.35) 9th 1650y free — Julie Millis (16:25.97) 10th 200y medley relay — E. Plummer, K. Davis, T. DeSilvia, N. deMan (1:43.80) 10th 1650y free — Sarah Nichols (16:27.22) 13th 400y free relay — S. Livers, C. Shefchunas, E. Plummer, N. deMan (3:25.48) 14th 800y free relay — J. Millis, S. Livers, S. Nichols, T. DeSilvia (7:26.29) 15th 500y free — Sarah Nichols (4:50.03) 1997 at Indiana-Purdue-Indianapolis 1 Southern California 2 Stanford 3 Southern Methodist 4 Arizona 5 Georgia 6 Michigan 7 Auburn 8 Nebraska 9 California 10 Texas 11 TENNESSEE

406.0 395.0 353.5 351.5 312.0 264.5 240.0 174.5 148.0 146.5 130.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 4th 1650y free — Leslie Mix (16:15.90) 5th 1650y free — Sarah Nichols (16:20.43) 6th 3m springboard — Tracy Bonner (510.95) 7th 200y fly — Tori DeSilvia (2:00.16) 7th 10m platform — Kathy Pesek (559.90) 8th 10m platform — Dawn Burton (542.60) 10th 200y back — Fabiola Molina (1:58.56) 10th 500y free — Sarah Nichols (4:47.77) 11th 1m springboard — Tracy Bonner (375.45) 11th 100y breast — Tori DeSilvia (1:02.67) 12th 500y free — Leslie Mix (4:48.46) 12th 100y fly — Tori DeSilvia (55.10) 13th 1m springboard — Kathy Pesek (370.50) 14th 3m springboard — Kathy Pesek (458.35) 14th 400y medley relay — F. Molina, S. Payette, T. DeSilvia, L. Mix (3:48.93) 15th 200y medley relay — F. Molina, S. Payette, T. DeSilvia, L. Mix (1:45.51) 1998 at Minnesota 1 Stanford 2 Arizona 3 Georgia 4 Southern Methodist 5 Southern California 6 Auburn 7 Michigan 8 California 9 Texas 10 Northwestern 19 TENNESSEE

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Michigan Florida Northwestern Virginia TENNESSEE

163.0 147.0 145.0 140.0 72.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 4th 3m springboard — Kathy Pesek (543.60) 4th 10m platform — Kathy Pesek (610.35) 7th 1650y free — Sarah Nichols (16:24.91) 7th 1m springboard — Kathy Pesek (420.00) 12th 3m springboard — Jane Woodard (468.40) 14th 200y fly — Monica Shannahan (2:00.05) 14th 400y medley relay — P. Hanson, M. Shannahan, K. Peterson, T. Moodie (3:44.71) 15th 500y free — Sarah Nichols (4:50.13) 15th 200y fly — Kari Peterson (2:00.46) 2000 at Indiana 1 Georgia 2 Arizona 3 Stanford 4 California 5 Auburn 6 Northwestern 7 Southern California 8 UCLA 9 Texas 9 Virginia 28 TENNESSEE

490.5 472.0 397.0 311.5 207.0 186.5 185.0 163.0 155.0 155.0 17.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 2nd 10m platform — Lizzy Flynt (472.95) 2001 at Long Island, N.Y. 1 Georgia 2 Stanford 3 Texas 4 Auburn 5 Arizona 6 Southern California 7 California 8 Florida 9 North Carolina 10 Southern Methodist 20 TENNESSEE

389.0 387.5 350.5 324.0 304.0 255.0 248.0 214.0 175.0 155.5 58.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 3rd 1m springboard — Jaime Sanger (315.15) 5th 10m platform — Kylee Wells (423.55) 10th 10m platform — Lizzy Flynt (376.15) 10th 200y back — Pam Hanson (1:57.00) 13th 1m springboard — Lizzy Flynt (261.70) 13th 100y back — Pam Hanson (54.88) 14th 100y fly — Pam Hanson (54.66) 14th 3m springboard — Jaime Sanger (468.90)

2002 at Texas 1 Auburn 2 Georgia 3 Stanford 4 Southern California 5 Arizona 6 Texas 7 Florida 8 California 9 Southern Methodist 10 Arizona State 10 Indiana 22 TENNESSEE

474.0 386.0 301.0 300.5 291.0 267.5 249.0 245.0 178.0 136.0 136.0 25.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 6th 3m springboard — Lauryn McCalley (532.20) 7th 1m springboard — Lauryn McCalley (283.85) 2003 at Auburn 1 Auburn 2 Georgia 3 Southern California 4 SMU 5 Florida 6 Stanford 7 Texas 8 California 9 Arizona 10 Arizona State 18 TENNESSEE

536.0 373.0 284.0 281.0 277.0 275.5 220.0 215.0 209.0 135.0 60.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 2nd 1m springboard — Jamie Sanger (329.90) 5th 1m springboard — Lauryn McCalley (311.70) 7th 100y back — Jacque Fessel (55.01) 8th 3m springboard — Jaime Sanger (473.90) 11th Platform diving — Kylee Wells (391.35) 2004 at Texas A&M 1 Auburn 2 Georgia 3 Arizona 4 Florida 5 Stanford 6 California 7 UCLA 8 Texas 9 Southern California 10 Wisconsin 28 TENNESSEE

569.0 431.0 369.0 253.0 237.0 235.5 195.0 169.0 160.0 135.0 23.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 6th 3m springboard — Lauryn McCalley (524.55) 12th 1m springboard — Lauryn McCalley (267.60) 13th 200m back — Jacque Fessel (2:10.79) 16th 100m back — Jacque Fessel (1:01.67)

422.0 378.0 368.0 339.0 277.0 269.5 249.5 237.0 211.0 149.0 49.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 1st 10m platform — Kathy Pesek (659.65) 8th 1650y free — Sarah Nichols (16:25.43) 8th 3m springboard — Kathy Pesek (494.45) 14th 100y breast — Tori DeSilvia (1:03.3) 16th 400y medley relay — F. Molina, J. Sprecher, T. DeSilvia, E. Plummer (3:44.66) 16th 200y medley relay — F. Molina, J. Sprecher, T. DeSilvia, E. Plummer (1:44.52) 1999 at Georgia 1 Georgia 2 Stanford 3 Southern Methodist 4 Arizona 5 California 6 Southern California

504.5 441.0 370.5 332.0 315.0 245.0 Sarah Nichols was an eight-time All-American for the Lady Vols from 1996-99 in the distance freestyle events.

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609.5 492.0 440.0 355.0 313.0 218.0 170.0 149.0 112.0 108.0 32.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 7th 1650y free — Julia Stowers (16:07.57) 11th 800y free relay — C. Magnuson, J. Stowers, J. Fessel, M. Tomes (7:16.75) 14th 500y free — Julia Stowers (4:45.69) 15th 400y medley relay — J. Fessel, T. Clay, C. Magnuson, M. Tomes (3:41.43) 16th 200y IM — Megan Tomes (2:01.58) 2006 at Georgia 1 Auburn 2 Georgia 3 Arizona 4 California 5 Stanford 6 Southern California 7 Southern Methodist 8 Texas 9 Wisconsin 10 Florida 12 TENNESSEE

518.5 515.5 415.0 291.0 209.0 193.0 161.5 151.0 146.0 135.0 104.0

6 7 8 9 10

Texas Florida Texas A&M Michigan TENNESSEE

220.0 203.0 198.0 191.0 127.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 4th 100y fly — C. Magnuson (52.30) 8th 200y free relay — M. King, C. Magnuson, C. Mathes, M. Tomes (1:30.44) 8th 200y IM — M. Tomes (1:58.53) 9th 800y free relay — C. Magnuson, C. Mathes, B. Nauta, M. Tomes (7:10.05) 9th 200y breast — T. Clay (2:12.48) 10th 200y medley relay — M. Tomes, T. Clay, C. Magnuson, M. King (1:39.82) 10th 400y free relay — M. King, C. Mathes, M. Tomes, C. Magnuson (3:16.88) 11th 400y medley relay — M. Tomes, T. Clay, C. Magnuson, M. King (3:38.16) 11th 100y free — Christine Magnuson (48.99) 13th 200y back — Megan Tomes (1:56.87) 15th 3m springboard — Lauren LeRoy (276.10) 2008 at Ohio State 1 Arizona 2 Auburn 3 Stanford 4 Texas A&M 5 California 6 Florida 7 Georgia 8 TENNESSEE 9 Michigan 10 Indiana

484.0 348.0 343.0 315.0 291.0 277.5 198.0 179.5 130.0 128.0

TENNESSEE ALL-AMERICAN TOP-16 FINISHES 7th 800y free relay — C. Magnuson, S. Maccherola, C. Mathes, M. Tomes (7:11.61) 8th 200y IM — Megan Tomes (2:01.86) 8th 400y medley relay — J. Fessel, T. Clay, C. Magnuson, M. Tomes (3:39.04) 11th 200y back — Jacque Fessel (1:56.80) 12th 400y free relay — C. Mathes,C. Magnuson, A. Terveer, M. Tomes (3:21.06) 12th 200y breast — Tiffany Clay (2:14.11) 12th 200y free — Christine Magnuson (1:47.20) 13th 200y free relay — C. Magnuson, A. Terveer, C. Mathes, M. Tomes (1:32.15) 14th 200y medley relay — J. Fessel, T. Clay, C. Magnuson, M. Tomes (1:40.95) 14th 100y free — Christine Magnuson (49.43) 14th 200y free — Carly Mathes (1:48.34) 16th 100y back — Jacque Fessel (54.90)

TENNESSEE TOP-16 FINISHES 1st 100y fly — Christine Magnuson (50.70) 2nd 50y free — Michele King (21.86) 3rd 100y free — Christine Magnuson (48.15) 6th 100y free — Michele King (48.26) 7th 200y free relay — M. King, C. Mathes, C. Magnuson, B. Nauta (1:29.62) 8th 100y breast — Michele King (1:01.32) 8th 400y free relay — M. King, C. Mathes, C. Magnuson, B. Nauta (3:16.58) 9th 50y free — Christine Magnuson (22.20) 9th 1650y free — Aleksa Akerfelds (16:07.20) 9th 1m springboard — Lauren LeRoy (301.20) 10th 200y medley relay — T. Weaner, M. King, C. Magnuson, B. Nauta (1:39.46) 11th 800y free relay — C. Magnuson, C. Mathes, A. Akerfelds, M. Farrell (7:09.14) 13th 100y breast — Jamie Saffer (1:01.14)

2007 at Minnesota 1 Auburn 2 Arizona 3 California 4 Stanford 5 Georgia

2009 at Texas A&M 1 California 2 Georgia 3 Arizona 4 Stanford 5 Texas

535.0 477.0 372.5 333.0 290.0

6 7 8 9 10 13

Auburn Florida Texas A&M Southern California Indiana TENNESSEE

281.5 239.5 186.0 157.0 152.0 107.0

TENNESSEE TOP-16 FINISHES 3r d 50y free — Michele King (21.82) 3rd 200y medley relay — M. King, J. Connolly, T. Weaner, J. Saffer (1:36.82) 8th 400y medley relay — M. King, J. Connolly, M. Farrell, J. Saffer (3:34.71) 9th 100y back — Jenny Connolly (52.06) 11th 100y breast — Jamie Saffer (1:00.22) 12th 400y free relay — M. King, K. Gehring, B. Nauta, J. Connolly (3:15.96) 13th 200y free relay — M. King, K. Gehring, B. Nauta, J. Connolly (1:29.51) 13th 10m platform — Gabrielle Trudeau (258.15) 2010 at Purdue 1 Florida 2 Stanford 3 California 4 Arizona 5 Georgia 6 Texas A&M 7 USC 8 Auburn 9 Virginia 10 Indiana 13 TENNESSEE

382.0 379.5 363.0 359.5 342.5 311.0 251.0 153.0 151.0 133.0 99.5

TENNESSEE TOP-16 FINISHES 2nd 200y medley relay — J. Connolly, A. Barsanti, K. Floyd, M. King (1:36.90) 7th 100y back — Jenny Connolly (52.47) 8th 100y breast — Alex Barsanit (1:00.83) 8th 100y free — Michele King (48.79) 10th 400y medley relay — J. Connolly, A. Barsanti, K. Floyd, M. King (3:34.78) t13th 100y breast — Michele King (22.48) 14th 400y free relay — M. King, J. Connolly, M, Farrell, K. Floyd (3:19.65) 14th 200y free relay — M. King, K. Floyd, J. Connolly, M. Farrell (1:30.88) 15th 1650y free — Aleksa Akerfelds (16:10.16) * Bold Indicates Returnees * Italics Indicates First Team All-Americans

411.5 400.5 389.0 307.0 307.0

Tiffany Clay was a seven-time All-American at UT. Tori DeSilvia was a 14-time All-American and holds the UT record in the 200y butterfly.

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RETURNING ALL-AMERICANS ALEKSA AKERFELDS

KELSEY FLOYD

2008, 2010 ALL-AMERICAN GABRIELLE TRUDEAU 2010 ALL-AMERICAN JENNY CONNOLLY

2009-10 ALL-AMERICAN 2009 ALL-AMERICAN

TRICIA WEANER

MORGAN FARRELL

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2008-09 ALL-AMERICAN

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LADY VOL HISTORY

In This Section Lady Vols on National Teams........................................... 52-53 Lady Vol Honors.................................................................. 54-58 Lady Vol Top Performances/Performers........................ 59-63 Year-by-Year Results and Coaching Records....................... 64 All-Time Records Versus Opponents.................................... 65 All-Time Results.................................................................. 66-69 All-Time Roster.................................................................... 70-72


Lady Vol Olympians Annabel Droussiotis (Lady Vol Swimmer 84-88)

1980 Olympics - Moscow 100m back (Cyprus)

Jenna Johnson

(Lady Vol Asst. Coach 1993-98)

1984 Olympics - Los Angeles 400m Free Relay - Gold 100m fly - Silver (United States)

Christine Magnuson (Lady Vol Swimmer 2004-08)

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t the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Christine Magnuson further added to the rich tradition of Lady Vol Olympians by becoming the first-ever former Lady Vol to capture a medal. Magnuson, a 23-time All-American, grabbed a silver medal in the 100m fly and added another silver in the 400m medley relay, setting the American record in both events. Magnuson’s Olympic performance capped one of the most prolific years ever for a UT swimmer, as Magnuson also was named the SEC Swimmer of the Year, broke numerous school records and won the U.S. Olympic Trials in the 100m fly. Also in Beijing, Fabiola Molina, a five-time All-American at UT, competed in her second Olympics for Brazil. She also swam at the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia. Three Lady Vol swimmers competed at the Olympics before attending UT. In 2000, Julia Stowers won a gold medal with the 800m free relay team. Stowers spent her senior year at Rocky Top in 2004-05 and earned three All-America certificates. Teresa Moodie competed in three events for Zimbabwe at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta before spending her final two collegiate seasons at UT from 1998-2000. Annabel Droussiotis competed for Cyprus at the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow. She swam for UT from 1984-88. Dave Parrington, in his 20th year as head diving coach, has taken part in three Olympics, first as a diver for Zimbabwe at the 1980 Olympics in Moscow and later as a coach for Zimbabwe in 1996 and 2000. In addition to Parrington, former assistant swimming coach Jenna Johnson snagged one gold and one silver medal at the 1984 Los Angeles Games as a teenage phenom. She was on the Lady Vol staff from 1993-98.

2008 Olympics - Beijing 400m Medley Relay - Silver 100m fly - Silver (United States)

Fabiola Molina

(Lady Vol Swimmer 1994-98)

2000 Olympics - Sydney 100m back, 100m fly 2008 Olympics - Beijing 400m Medley Relay 100m back (Brazil)

Teresa Moodie

(Lady Vol Swimmer 1998-00)

1996 Olympics - Atlanta 50m free, 100m free, 200m free (Zimbabwe)

Julie Parkes

Christine Magnuson and Jenna Johnson pose next to the Olympians Wall at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center. Johnson won silver in the 100m fly at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, while Magnuson also earned a silver in the same event 14 years later in Beijing.

Fabiola Molina has competed in two Olympics since wrapping up her career as a Lady Vol in 1998.

(Lady Vol Swimmer 1984)

1984 Olympics - Los Angeles 100m fly, 200m fly (Ireland)

Dave Parrington

(Lady Vol Diving Coach 1990-pres.)

Julia Stowers

(Lady Vol Swimmer 2004-05)

2000 Olympics - Sydney 800m Free Relay - Gold (United States)

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1980 Olympics - Moscow Diving (3-meter & platform) (Zimbabwe) 1996 Olympics - Atlanta Coach (Zimbabwe) 2000 Olympics - Sydney Coach (Zimbabwe)

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Lady Vols on the World Stage

Nicole deMan became the first Lady Vol to represent the United States when she competed in the 1995 World University Games.

INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED Several Lady Vol swimmers have represented their countries on teams at international competitions over the years. Nicole deMan first represented the Stars and Stripes as a member of the 1995 World University Games Team, where she claimed a silver medal in the 50m free. Julie Millis became a double-medalist at the same competition, held in Fukuoka, Japan, as she won silver medals in both the 800m and 1500m free events. All-America diver Jaime Sanger also earned a berth on the U.S. Senior National Team in 2003, while Kathy Pesek and Tracy Bonner were successful as synchronized divers in international competitions a few years before her. Most recently, Christine Magnuson and current Lady Vols Michele King, Martina Moravcikova, Jenny Connolly and Tori Lamp have found success abroad. King and Moravcikova both competed at the 2009 World University Games, while Magnuson followed up winning two silver medals at the 2008 Beijing Olympics by appearing at the 2009 FINA World Championships in Rome, Italy. Connolly swam at the 2007 Japan International Grand Prix alongside King and was named to the USA Swimming National Team this past summer. Lamps, a freshman diver, has competed at various international meets, including as a member of the U.S. Senior National Team at the 2009 Canada Cup.

All-America diver Jaime Sanger earned a spot on the U.S. Senior National Team in 2003.

Senior Michele King captured gold and bronze medals as a member of Team USA at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia, last July. She joined Madison Kennedy, Ava Ohlgren and Morgan Scroggy on the gold-medal-winning 400m free relay and grabbed a bronze in the 50m free, touching the wall in a career-best 25.10. She qualified for the World University Games by tying with Kennedy for the U.S. Open Championship in the “splash-anddash� in 2008. Joining King in Belgrade was Lady Vol head coach Matt Kredich, who served as an assistant coach for Team USA, and junior Martina Moravcikova, who swam both breast events for her native Czech Republic. Moravcikova also competed at the 2007 World University Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Christine Magnuson shows off her silver medals -- fresh from the 2008 Beijing Olympics -- at the Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center. She represented the U.S. at the Olympics and plans to train for the 2012 Games in London. The 23-time All-American won her second straight U.S. title in the 100m fly in 2009 and competed at the FINA World Championships in four events.

Sixth-year Tennessee head swimming coach Matt Kredich (left) and senior Martina Moravcikova (right) joined former Lady Vol Michele King at the 2009 World University Games in Belgrade, Serbia. Former Lady Vol Fabiola Molina has represented her native Brazil on the international level in several competitions including the 2000 and 2008 Olympics.

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In 1998, the diving duo of former Lady Vols Kathy Pesek and Tracy Bonner captured third in the 3m springboard synchro at the FINA World Championships in Perth, Australia. That same year, they also teamed up at the Goodwill Games to finish fourth in synchronized diving. A year later, the twosome placed fifth at the World Cup in Wellington, New Zealand. During the 2000 season, the pair finished second in the synchronized competition at the outdoor championships, while Pesek won the platform contest during the indoor season. Both divers earned NCAA titles as Lady Vols.

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Lady Vol Hall of Famers A

mong the inaugural inductees to the Lady Vol Hall of Fame was Lady Vol swimming legend Tracy Ignatosky. During her prolific Lady Vol career, Ignatosky racked up a total of 18 AllAmerica certificates from 1987-89. In her senior season, the Reading, Pa., native recorded a second-place finish in the 100y breast at the 1989 NCAA Championships, leading the Lady Vols to a program-best fourth-place NCAA finish. Catherine Byrne was enshrined into the Lady Vol Hall of Fame in 2002. Byrne collected AllAmerica honors 14 times while at UT and established school records in the 50y, 100y and 200y backstroke events and as a member of the three relay teams during her career. The Solon, Ohio, native also became the first Lady Vol to be named NCAA Woman of the Year In 2003, Liz Brown was inducted into the Hall. Brown claimed four All-America citations during her senior season in 1984 and helped set what were then UT records in the 200y and 400y free relays. As a freshman, she was the top UT scorer in the 1981 AIAW National Championships with 23 out of 30 team points. During her time at Rocky Top, she also held school records in the 50y and 100y fly. In 2004, Jenny McGrath was inducted. She was a 15-time All-American and owned UT records in the 200y IM and 200y free and as a member of the 200y and 800y free relays. In addition, she was an SEC Champion in the 200y free relay in 1990 and 1992 and 200y IM winner in 1990. Diver Tracy Bonner and swimmer Karla Driesler were inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2006. Bonner earned 10 All-America awards, including four for top-five finishes at the national championship meet. Bonner also won two gold medals at the SEC meet. Driesler, a six-time All-American, swam for the Lady Vols from 1983-87. She finished in the top three on seven occasions at the SEC meet and was a staple on many record-setting relays. Nicole deMan was part of the seventh class of inductees in 2007. deMan earned 20 All-America awards during her time at Tennessee and was the first Lady Vol swimmer ever to win an NCAA title, doing so in the 50y free in 1996. Following deMan in the 2008 class was Heather Burgess. Burgess claimed 11 All-America awards from 1985-88, including a pair of first team certificates as a member of the 200y and 400y free relays in 1987.

Tracy Ignatosky (Lady Vol Swimmer,1986-89)

Inducted 2001

Catherine Byrne (Lady Vol Swimmer,1988-92)

Inducted 2002

Karla Driesler (Lady Vol Swimmer,1983-87)

Inducted 2006

Liz Brown (Lady Vol Swimmer,1980-84)

Inducted 2003

Nicole deMan (Lady Vol Swimmer, 1992-96)

Jenny McGrath

Inducted 2007

(Lady Vol Swimmer,1988-92)

Inducted 2004

Tracy Bonner (Lady Vol Diver, 1992-97)

Inducted 2006

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Heather Burgess (Lady Vol Swimmer,1985-88)

Inducted 2008

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Lady Vol NCAA Champions Christine Magnuson 2008 NCAA Champion 100y Fly (50.70)

Tracy Bonner 1995 NCAA Champion 3-meter Board (580.20)

Nicole deMan 1996 NCAA Champion 50y Free (22.59)

Kathy Pesek 1998 NCAA Champion 10-meter Platform (659.65) www.UTLadyVols.com

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Lady Vol Honors Lady Vol Legends

Since UT made its first appearance at the NCAA Championships in 1982, 18 Lady Vol swimmers and divers have earned 10 or more All-America certificates. Christine Magnuson captured 23 total awards from 2005 to 2008 to top the list. Last season, Michele King added six more certificates to her resume and totaled 21 in career. King also topped Tracy Ignatosky’s previous record of 10 first team awards, as she finished with 11 first team honors.

Magnuson

King

deMan

Ignatosky

Tomes

McGrath

Byrne

DeSilvia

Brown

Clark

Mix

Burgess

Livers

Pesek

Bonner

Mathes

Wentzel

Connolly

All-Time All-Americans Athlete Christine Magnuson Michele King Nicole deMan Tracy Ignatosky Megan Tomes Jenny McGrath Catherine Byrne Tori DeSilvia Liz Brown Patty Clark Leslie Mix Heather Burgess Stephanie Livers Kathy Pesek Tracy Bonner Carly Mathes Andrea Wentzel Jenny Connolly Jacque Fessel Kathy Coffin Sarah Nichols Sarah Weis Libby Hill Julie Barker Tiffany Clay Karla Driesler Brittany Nauta Fabiola Molina Emily Plummer

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Total 23 21 20 19 16 15 14 14 12 11 11 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 6 6

First Team 8 11 6 10 5 8 7 5 2 7 4 3 8 5 4 4 4 2 1 3 4 2 1 1 3 2 1 1

The Lady Vols have compiled 464 total All-America awards, including 155 first team certificates. First team All-America honors were given to the top six finishers in each event at NCAAs until 1986 when it started being given to the top-eight. Honorable Mention AllAmerica honors were awarded to places 7-12 until 1986, when it was changed to places 9-16.

Athlete Raquel James Lauryn McCalley Page Kunst Kathy Hoffman Jaime Sanger Stephanie Brinser Jennifer Hesp Jamie Saffer Jane Anthony Morgan Farrell Kelsey Floyd Pam Hanson Yvette Robling Christie Shefchunas Alex Barsanti Mari Carlson Lizzy Flynt Missy Hoy Teresa Sestak Julia Stowers Deirdre Gildea Michelle Gobrecht Peg Saalfeld Aleksa Akerfelds Karen Koleber Kim Marsden Tricia Weaner Kylee Wells J. B. Burrell

Total 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2

First Team 4 2 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -

Athlete Katie Gehring Wendy Gwaltney Lauren LeRoy Jamie Minnich Sarah Payette Kari Peterson Monica Shannahan Jill Sprecher Abbi Terveer Dawn Burton Sam Maccherola Jane Woodard Jane Armington Michele Cary Kathy Chronic Heather Coulson Julie Darby Kari Ann Davis Tara Doyle Sandy Ferrin Teresa Moodie Janet Risser Laura Sawyer Teresa Schneider Gabrielle Trudeau Cheryl White Total

Total First Team 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 464 155

* Bold indicates current Lady Vol

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Lady Vol Honors ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA HONORS CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-Americans

1992 Catherine Byrne, First Team Jenny McGrath, Third Team 1998 Kathy Pesek, First Team Fabiola Molina, Third Team 1999 Kathy Pesek, First Team 2000 Lizzy Flynt, Second Team 2001 Lizzy Flynt, First Team 2004 Lauryn McCalley, Second Team Kathy Pesek 2008 Christine Magnuson, First Team 1998 Academic All-American of the Year

Byrne

McGrath

Molina

Flynt

CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1992 Catherine Byrne, First Team Jenny McGrath, First Team 1998 Kathy Pesek, First Team Fabiola Molina, First Team 1999 Kathy Pesek, First Team 2000 Lizzy Flynt, First Team 2001 Lizzy Flynt, First Team 2003 Lauryn McCalley, Second Team 2003 Jaime Sanger, Second Team 2004 Lauryn McCalley, First Team 2006 Christine Magnuson, Second Team 2008 Christine Magnuson, First Team 2009 Sarah McCall, Second Team

McCalley

McCall

The Knoxville News Sentinel All-SEC Teams Athlete Kathy Pesek Jaime Sanger Nicole deMan Tracy Bonner Kathy Hoffman Stephanie Brinser Karla Driesler Tracy Ignatosky Leslie Mix Jenny McGrath Liz Brown Dawn Burton Monica Shannahan Pam Hanson Kylee Wells Jane Woodard Andrea Wentzel Catherine Byrne Raquel James Jane Anthony Tori DeSilvia Lizzy Flynt Wendy Gwaltney Missy Hoy Sarah Nichols Sarah Weis Page Kunst Jamie Minnich Tillie Patterson Kari Peterson Yvette Robling Christie Shefchunas Dianna Vogel Stephanie Livers Heather Burgess

1st 2nd H.M. 3 - 1 3 - 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 - 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - - 3 1 - 2 1 - 2 1 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 2 - 1 2 - 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - - 2 - - 1

Athlete Brigid Corr Jacque Fessel Deirdre Gildea Michelle Gobrecht Jennifer Hesp Robin Lewis Kim Marsden Lauryn McCalley Julie Millis Emily Plummer Cheryl White Total

1st 2nd H.M. - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 - - 1 24 42 19

Beginning in 2007, the Southeastern Conference named its own All-SEC Team, separate from the Knoxville News Sentinel.

All-SEC (2007 - present) 2007

1st Team - Christine Magnuson 2nd Team - Lauren LeRoy

2008

1st Team - Michele King, Lauren LeRoy, Christine Magnuson, Carly Mathes, Brittany Nauta 2nd Team - Aleksa Akerfelds

2009

1st Team - Michele King, Jamie Saffer 2nd Team - Jenny Connolly

2010

1st Team - Aleksa Akerfelds, Michele King, Kelsey Floyd, Jenny Connolly

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In 2009, Christine Magnuson was honored as the McWhorter SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, which is the highest honor a student-athlete can receive in the Southeastern Conference. She was selected by a committee of faculty athletic representatives from SEC universities.

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Lady Vol Honors NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR

Lauryn McCalley was named the 2005 NCAA Woman Of The Year for her athletic and academic achievements and contribution to her community and the University of Tennessee.

Former Lady Vol All-American diver Lauryn McCalley was awarded the 2005 NCAA Woman of the Year honor from a pool of 352 nominees on Oct. 29, 2005. In July of the same year McCalley was one of the two recipients of the esteemed H. Boyd McWhorter SEC ScholarAthlete of the Year award. It is the highest honor from the league, and McCalley was granted a $10,000 postgraduate scholarship as a result. McCalley was a fivetime All-American, capturing the NCAA Zone B ThreeMeter Championships in 2004. She also claimed 10 individual event titles on the year. She was a member of UT’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and served as its president in 2004-05. Catherine Byrne was named the NCAA Woman of the Year in 1992, just the second year of the award. Byrne was a standout backstroker at UT from 1989-92, earning 14 All-America awards. The award is presented to a female student-athlete who is successful in all facets of life, including academics, athletics and community service.

AOPi Lady Vol Athlete of the Year

Catherine Byrne was a 14-time All-American at Tennessee as well as the first Lady Vol to be dubbed the NCAA Woman of the Year and a Lady Vol Hall of Fame inductee.

Tracy Bonner and Nicole deMan not only received national titles in back-to-back seasons, but they also were named AOPi Lady Vol Athletes of the Year in consecutive seasons. Bonner became the first Lady Vol swimmer or diver to receive this esteemed honor among all Lady Vol athletes in 1995. She had an outstanding year her junior season, as she earned her first national title on the three-meter springboard. deMan’s national title in the 50y free, meanwhile, placed her among the greatest sprinters in Lady Vol history, and she was recognized for that by being named the 1996 AOPi Lady Vol Athlete of the Year. The 1998 award recognized another Lady Vol diver, Kathy Pesek. After claiming the SEC and NCAA title on the 10-meter platform, Pesek was named Co-Athlete of the Year along with the national champion Lady Vol basketball team.

NCAA WOMAN OF THE YEAR FINALISTS

Tracy Bonner, 1997

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Kathy Pesek, 1999

Lizzy Flynt, 2001

Nicole deMan and Tracy Bonner were named AOPi Lady Vol Athletes of the Year in back-to-back seasons.

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Top Performances/Performers 50y FREESTYLE

School Record 21.82 Michele King 3/19/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 21.82 2 21.86 3 21.89 p 4 21.90 5 21.96 rp 6 22.00 r 7 22.01 p 8 22.03 9 22.07 r 10 22.06

Michele King Michele King Michele King Michele King Michele King Michele King Michele King Christine Magnuson Michele King Michele King

03/19/09 03/20/08 02/19/09 02/19/09 03/19/09 03/19/09 03/19/09 02/21/08 03/20/08 02/18/10

at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at Ohio State (NCAA) AT GEORGIA (SEC)

TOP PERFORMERS 1 21.82 2 22.03 3 22.55 p 4 22.74 r 5 22.85 6 22.86 p 7 22.91 p 8 23.07 9 23.10 t 10 23.15 11 23.17 p 12 23.19 13 23.24 14 23.30 p 15 23.31 p 16 23.32 17 23.38 r 18 23.39 19 23.42 20 23.42

Michele King Christine Magnuson Nicole deMan Jenny Connolly Katie Gehring Abbie Alton Brittany Nauta Ashley Quinn Atlantis Wilkins Jamie Minnich Caitlin Perks Teresa Moodie Alison Terry Laura Fehrman Jenny McGrath Raquel James Sloane Pitman Catherine Byrne Karla Driesler Courtney Naparlo

03/19/09 02/21/08 02/17/94 02/19/09 01/24/09 02/19/09 02/19/09 01/24/09 03/01/09 02/17/94 02/18/10 02/02/99 12/04/92 02/21/08 02/22/90 02/18/93 02/18/10 02/22/90 02/26/87 02/20/03

at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) GEORGIA at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) GEORGIA LAST CHANCE MEET at Auburn (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Florida at UNC Invite at Alabama (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Arkansas (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Auburn (SEC)

100y FREESTYLE

School Record 47.93rp Michele King 3/21/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 47.93 rp 2 48.08 3 48.15 4 48.17 p 5 48.24 6 48.26 7 48.28 r 48.28 p 9 48.30 rp 10 48.43 p TOP PERFORMERS 1 47.93 rp 2 48.08 3 49.28 p 4 49.61 p 5 49.67 p 6 49.73 7 49.88 r 8 50.01 9 50.10 p 10 50.20 11 50.23 12 50.30 13 50.34 p 14 50.62 p 15 50.68 p 16 50.78 rp 17 50.79 p 18 50.82 r 19 50.86 20 50.87 p

Michele King Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Michele King Michele King Michele King Christine Magnuson Michele King Michele King

03/21/09 02/23/08 03/22/08 02/23/08 02/21/09 03/22/08 03/21/09 03/22/08 03/22/08 03/21/09

at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA)

Michele King Christine Magnuson Brittany Nauta Katie Gehring Abbie Alton Nicole deMan Jenny Connolly Teresa Moodie Caitlin Perks Jenny McGrath Alison Terry Megan Tomes Leslie Mix Carly Mathes Laura Fehrman Andrea Wentzel Heather Burgess Tracy Ignatosky Liz Brown Morgan Farrell

03/21/09 02/23/08 02/21/09 02/21/09 02/21/09 02/18/95 02/21/09 12/04/98 02/21/09 02/25/89 12/06/92 02/19/05 03/18/95 02/21/09 02/23/08 03/21/92 03/21/87 03/19/88 02/25/84 03/02/08

at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at South Carolina (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Miami Invite at Auburn (SEC) at Florida (SEC) at UNC Invite at Florida (SEC) at Texas (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Texas (NCAA) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Texas (NCAA) at Florida (SEC) at Bulldog Invite

200y FREESTYLE

School Record 1:43.00r Christine Magnuson 2/20/08 at Alabama (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 1:43.00 2 1:44.45 3 1:44.79 4 1:45.26

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Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson

02/20/08 03/21/08 02/07/07 02/15/06

at Alabama (SEC) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Kentucky (SEC) KNOXVILLE (SEC)

5 1:45.90 6 1:45.92 7 1:46.29 p 8 1:46.66 r 9 1:46.83 r 10 1:47.10 TOP PERFORMERS 1 1:43.00 r 2 1:47.14 p 3 1:47.29 r 4 1:47.70 5 1:47.77 p 6 1:47.81 p 7 1:48.10 p 8 1:48.39 9 1:48.66 p . 1:48.66 11 1:49.21 12 1:49.30 r 13 1:49.50 p 1:49.50 t 15 1:49.63 16 1:49.69 17 1:49.88 p 18 1:49.89 19 1:50.06 p 20 1:50.20

Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson

02/17/06 02/01/08 02/17/06 03/09/07 03/17/06 01/26/08

KNOXVILLE (SEC) FLORIDA KNOXVILLE (SEC) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (NCAA) at Georgia

Christine Magnuson Carly Mathes Kelsey Floyd Jenny McGrath Brittany Nauta Megan Tomes Andrea Wentztel Leslie Mix Caitlin Perks Elizabeth Philp Yvette Robling Julia Stowers Azurdee Engel Morgan Farrell Teresa Moodie Julie Barker Sam Maccherola Alison Terry Tricia Weaner Michele King

02/20/08 02/22/08 02/17/10 03/01/91 02/20/09 02/17/06 03/16/90 03/04/95 02/20/09 02/19/99 02/19/93 02/16/05 02/23/01 03/02/08 01/16/99 03/19/82 02/09/07 12/05/92 03/01/08 10/26/07

at Alabama (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at UNC Invite at Auburn (SEC) KNOXVILLE (SEC) at Texas (NCAA) at South Carolina (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) at Arkansas (SEC) at Florida (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Bulldog Invite at Auburn at Florida (NCAA) at Kentucky (SEC) at UNC Invite at Bulldog Invite at Louisville

500y FREESTYLE

School Record 4:42.91 Aleksa Akerfelds (twice) last time - 2/19/09 at Auburn (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 4:42.91 p Aleksa Akerfelds 4:42.91 Aleksa Akerfelds 3 4:43.00 p Leslie Mix 4 4:43.03 Leslie Mix 5 4:43.41 Leslie Mix 6 4:43.59 Leslie Mix 7 4:43.67 Leslie Mix 8 4:43.74 Aleksa Akerfelds 9 4:44.49 p Aleksa Akerfelds 10 4:44.47 p Leslie Mix TOP PERFORMERS 1 4:42.91 p Aleksa Akerfelds 2 4:43.00 p Leslie Mix 3 4:45.64 p Julia Stowers 4 4:47.12 p Sarah Nichols 5 4:47.30 Andrea Wentzel 6 4:49.44 Julie Millis 7 4:49.54 Elizabeth Philp 8 4:49.59 Julie Barker 9 4:49.93 p Kim Marsden 10 4:50.67 Sarah Weis 11 4:50.70 p Stephanie Livers 12 4:51.19 p Missy Hoy 13 4:51.86 Christine Magnuson 14 4:51.92 Kathy Hoffman 15 4:52.83 Kristen Clodfelter 16 4:53.04 p Sam Maccherola 17 4:53.35 Kelsey Floyd 18 4:53.51 Carly Mathes 19 4:53.52 Megan Tomes 20 4:53.67 Cortney Piper

02/19/09 02/21/08 12/02/94 12/02/94 03/17/94 02/16/95 03/16/95 02/18/10 03/18/10 03/17/94

at Auburn (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Princeton Invite at Princeton Invite at Indianapolis (NCAA) at South Carolina (SEC) at Texas (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA) at Indianapolis (NCAA)

02/19/09 12/02/94 03/17/05 02/20/97 02/22/90 11/30/95 02/18/99 02/04/83 03/17/88 02/23/89 03/21/96 02/22/90 01/18/08 02/22/90 02/22/90 02/08/07 11/20/09 01/26/08 01/28/06 12/01/00

at Auburn (SEC) at Princeton Invite at Purdue (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Nike Cup, UNC at Kentucky (SEC) ALABAMA at Texas (NCAA) at Florida (SEC) at Michigan (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) INDIANA at Alabama (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) TENNESSEE INVITE at Georgia FLORIDA at Princeton Invite

1000y FREESTYLE

School Record 9:41.05s Aleksa Akerfelds 2/21/08 at Alabama (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 9:41.05 s 2 9:42.42 s 3 9:43.07 s 4 9:43.43 s 5 9:43.60 s 6 9:45.98 7 9:47.64 8 9:48.29 s 9 9:49.13 10 9:49.83 s TOP PERFORMERS 1 9:41.05 s 2 9:43.43 s 3 9:49.83 s 4 9:50.27 s 5 9:51.61 6 9:52.79 s 7 9:56.90 s 8 9:57.18 s

Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Julia Stowers Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Julia Stowers Aleksa Akerfelds Leslie Mix

02/21/08 02/21/09 03/22/08 03/19/05 02/20/10 01/24/09 01/26/08 02/19/05 02/01/08 03/19/94

at Alabama (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Purdue (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) GEORGIA at Georgia at Florida (SEC) FLORIDA at Indianapolis (NCAA)

Aleksa Akerfelds Julia Stowers Leslie Mix Kim Marsden Sarah Nichols Missy Hoy Kathy Hoffman Julie Millis

02/21/08 03/19/05 03/19/94 03/19/88 11/15/96 03/19/88 02/24/90 02/18/95

at Alabama (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Texas (NCAA) CINCINNATI at Texas (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at S. Carolina (SEC)

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9:59.00 s 10:00.00 10:04.90 s 10:04.90 10:05.13 10:05.36 10:08.33 s 10:09.01 10:09.05 s 10:09.99 10:12.39 10:12.70 s

Kristin Clodfelter Lindsey Brackens Stephanie Livers Andrea Wentzel Stephanie Brinser Kate Zenda Sandy Ferrin Kara Boland Misty Cain Sarah Weis Marianna York Sam Maccherola

02/24/90 01/24/09 02/19/94 01/20/90 11/12/88 01/20/90 03/21/81 11/08/02 02/18/06 01/21/89 10/31/92 02/18/06

at Alabama (SEC) GEORGIA at Auburn (SEC) at Louisiana State CINCINNATI/LSU at Louisiana State at South Carolina (AIAW) MIAMI (FLA.) KNOXVILLE (SEC) VANDERBILT at South Carolina KNOXVILLE (SEC)

1650y FREESTYLE

School Record 16:00.11 Aleksa Akerfelds 2/21/08 at Alabama (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 16:00.11 2 16:02.78 3 16:03.34 4 16:06.57 5 16:07.20 6 16:15.90 7 16:12.13 8 16:13.06 9 16:14.15 10 16:14.16 TOP PERFORMERS 1 16:00.11 2 16:06.57 3 16:13.06 4 16:17.44 5 16:20.43 6 16:20.50 7 16:21.96 8 16:24.24 9 16:40.07 10 16:42.18 11 16:42.62 12 16:50.78 13 16:51.11 14 16:51.42 15 16:51.94 16 16:53.93 17 16:55.28 18 16:55.32 19 16:56.04 20 16:58.83

Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Julia Stowers Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Julia Stowers Leslie Mix Leslie Mix Leslie Mix

02/21/08 02/20/10 02/21/09 03/19/95 03/22/08 03/20/10 02/19/05 12/04/94 02/19/94 03/19/94

at Alabama (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Purdue (NCAA) at Florida (SEC) at Princeton Invite at Auburn (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA)

Aleksa Akerfelds Julia Stowers Leslie Mix Kim Marsden Sarah Nichols Kathy Hoffman Julie Millis Missy Hoy Cortney Piper Kristin Clodfelter Elizabeth Philp Misty Cain Sarah McCall Sam Maccherola Sandy Ferrin Raellen Arnold Ashley Knapik Lindsey Brock Kate Zenda Luciana Abe

02/21/08 03/19/95 12/04/94 03/19/88 03/22/97 02/24/90 12/02/95 12/02/95 02/19/00 02/24/90 02/20/99 02/18/06 11/20/05 02/10/07 03/21/81 02/24/01 02/10/07 02/23/02 02/24/90 02/22/97

at Alabama (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA) at Princeton Invite at Texas (NCAA) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at Nike Cup, UNC at Nike Cup, UNC at Auburn (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) KNOXVILLE (SEC) at Purdue Invite at Kentucky (SEC) at South Carolina (AIAW) at Alabama (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) at Arkansas (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Georgia (SEC)

100y BACKSTROKE

School Record 51.34 Jenny Connolly 02/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 51.34 2 51.56 p 3 51.62 r 4 52.06 5 52.10 p 6 52.13 p 7 52.19 rp 9 52.20 p 8 52.24 9 52.47 10 52.76 r TOP PERFORMERS 1 51.34 2 53.67 rp 3 53.71 4 53.85 p 5 54.47 r 6 54.77 7 54.92 p 8 55.09 p 9 55.23 t 10 55.39 t 11 55.37 12 56.00 p 13 56.11 p 14 56.13 15 56.24 p 16 56.25 r 17 56.37 p 18 56.75 rp 19 56.76 20 56.91 r

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Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly

02/20/09 02/20/09 02/20/09 03/20/09 02/19/10 03/20/09 03/19/09 03/19/10 02/19/10 03/19/10 03/19/09

at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Purdue (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA)

Jenny Connolly Jacque Fessel Tricia Weaner Morgan Farrell Megan Tomes Pam Hanson Kelsey Floyd Emily Plummer Catherine Byrne Danyelle Vincent Fabiola Molina Abbie Alton Valerie Conte Bianca Jones Cary Conley Brittany Nauta Elizabeth Christy Leslie Mix Bethany Hall Alison Terry

02/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) 03/16/06 at Georgia (NCAA) 02/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) 03/20/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) 03/09/07 at Minneapolis (NCAA) 12/02/00 at Princeton Invite 02/27/10 last chance meet 02/20/98 at Florida (SEC) 02/09/92 at Alabama (SEC) 02/22/08 at Alabama (SEC) 03/20/98 at Minnesota (NCAA) 02/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) 02/22/02 at Arkansas (SEC) 02/18/00 at Auburn (SEC) 02/20/98 at Florida (SEC) 11/17/06 at Minnesota Invite 02/09/07 at Kentucky (SEC) 03/17/94 at Indianapolis (NCAA) 02/18/00 at Auburn (SEC) 12/04/92 at UNC Invite

200y BACKSTROKE

School Record 1:54.51 Jenny Connolly 02/21/09 at Auburn (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 1:54.51 2 1:55.08 3 1:55.22 P 4 1:55.37 p 5 1:55.53 p 6 1:55.55 p 7 1:55.77 p 8 1:55.84 9 1:55.86 p 10 1:55.92 1:55.92 p TOP PERFORMERS 1 1:54.51 2 1:55.08 3 1:55.53 p 4 1:55.86 p 5 1:56.87 6 1:55.92 7 1:57.00 8 1:58.35 9 1:58.60 10 1:59.98 11 2:00.15 p 12 2:00.52 13 2:00.60 14 2:01.08 15 2:01.14 p 16 2:01.25 17 2:01.67 p 18 2:02.73 p 19 2:02.97 p 20 2:03.39

Jenny Connolly Tricia Weaner Tricia Weaner Jenny Connolly Jacque Fessel Tricia Weaner Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Morgan Farrell Kelsey Floyd Tricia Weaner

02/21/09 02/29/09 02/29/09 03/21/09 02/27/04 02/20/10 02/21/09 02/20/10 03/21/09 02/20/10 02/21/09

at Auburn (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET LAST CHANCE MEET at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Auburn (SEC)

Jenny Connolly Tricia Weaner Jacque Fessel Morgan Farrell Megan Tomes Kelsey Floyd Pam Hanson Fabiola Molina Catherine Byrne Emily Plummer Danyelle Vincent Meagan Smith Valerie Conte Cheryl White Cary Conley Deirdre Gildea Leslie Mix G. Breece-Rodriguez Ashley Yeager Katy White

02/21/09 02/29/09 02/27/04 03/21/09 03/10/07 02/20/10 03/17/01 02/21/98 03/21/92 12/07/97 02/23/08 02/19/94 02/23/02 03/04/94 02/21/98 03/18/89 12/04/93 02/27/04 02/10/07 12/07/97

at Auburn (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET at Georgia (SEC) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Long Island (NCAA) at Florida (SEC) at Texas (NCAA) at Georgia Invite at Alabama (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Arkansas (SEC) at Auburn Invite at Florida (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at UNC Invite at Georgia (SEC)足足 at Kentucky (SEC) at Georgia Invite

100y BREASTSTROKE

School Record (fastest dual meet in NCAA history) 59.42 Jamie Saffer 01/24/09 vs GEORGIA TOP PERFORMANCES 1 59.42 2 59.79 p 3 59.84 4 59.97 5 1:00.03 6 1:00.22 7 1:00.26 p 8 1:00.30 9 1:00.36 10 1:00.37 p TOP PERFORMERS 1 59.42 2 59.97 3 1:00.30 4 1:00.46 5 1:00.91 6 1:01.70 7 1:01.91 p 8 1:01.92 9 1:02.42 10 1:02.60 11 1:02.66 p 12 1:02.87 p 13 1:02.91 p 14 1:02.96 p 15 1:03.02 16 1:03.25 17 1:03.87 18 1:03.99 1:03.99 20 1:04.36 p

Jamie Saffer 01/24/09 GEORGIA Jamie Saffer 02/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) Jamie Saffer 02/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) Alex Barsanti 02/19/10 at Georgia (SEC) Jamie Saffer 01/30/09 at Florida Jamie Saffer 03/20/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) Jamie Saffer 03/20/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) Breanna Folk 02/19/10 at Georgia (SEC) Jamie Saffer 02/19/10 at Georgia (SEC) Alex Barsanti 03/19/10 at Purdue (NCAA) Jamie Saffer 01/24/09 Alex Barsanti 02/19/10 Breanna Folk 02/19/10 Michele King 02/22/08 Martina Moravcikova 02/19/10 Samara Gelb 03/01/09 Tiffany Clay 03/09/07 Tori DeSilvia 12/01/95 Sarah McCall 01/24/09 Tracy Ignatosky 03/17/89 Bryttany Curran 03/01/09 Monica Shannahan 02/19/99 Patty Clark 03/19/82 Kirstyn Colonias 02/19/10 Nicole deMan 03/18/94 Sarah Payette 02/21/97 Jill Sprecher 02/20/98 Megan Tomes 01/07/06 Kaitlyn Orstein 11/06/04 Robin Lewis 03/22/91

GEORGIA at Georgia (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Nike Cup, UNC GEORGIA at Indianapolis (NCAA) LAST CHANCE MEET at Kentucky (SEC) at Florida (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Florida (SEC) NORTHWESTERN at Purdue Invite at Indianapolis (NCAA)

200y BREASTSTROKE

School Record 2:10.34 Samara Gelb 02/20/10 AT GEORGIA (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 2:10.34 2 2:11.14 3 2:11.87 p 4 2:12.01 p

Samara Gelb Alex Barsanti Tiffany Clay Samara Gelb

02/20/10 01/30/09 03/10/07 02/20/10

at Georgia (SEC) at Florida at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC)

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Top Performances/Performers 5 2:12.07 p 6 2:12.16 p 7 2:12.25 p 8 2:12.39 p 9 2:12.48 10 2:12.51 p TOP PERFORMERS 1 2:10.34 2 2:11.14 3 2:11.87 p 4 2:12.07 5 2:12.25 p 6 2:12.39 p 7 2:13.45 t 8 2:14.70 9 2:14.96 p 10 2:15.25 11 2:15.30 12 2:15.55 p 13 2:16.37 14 2:16.40 15 2:16.71 p 16 2:16.90 p 17 2:16.95 18 2:18.55 19 2:18.74 20 2:19.72 p

Jamie Saffer 03/21/09 Alex Barsanti 03/20/10 Tori Richmond 02/27/10 Martina Moravcikova 02/20/10 Tiffany Clay 03/10/07 Martina Moravcikova 02/21/09

at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Purdue (NCAA) Last chance meet at Georgia (SEC) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC)

Samara Gelb 02/20/10 Alex Barsanti 01/30/09 Tiffany Clay 03/10/07 Jamie Saffer 03/21/09 Tori Richmond 02/27/10 Martina Moravcikova 02/20/10 Breanna Folk 02/20/10 Tori DeSilvia 12/02/95 Monica Shannahan 02/20/99 Sarah McCall 01/24/09 Tracy Ignatosky 03/19/88 Bryttany Curran 03/01/08 Patty Clark 03/20/82 Stephanie Brinser 03/18/89 Kirstyn Colonias 02/20/10 Jill Sprecher 02/21/98 Robin Lewis 03/01/91 Nicole Brannock 03/03/02 Erin McGriff 03/03/95 Brigid Corr 03/19/88

at Georgia (SEC) at Florida at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA) Last Chance Meet at Georgia (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Nike Cup, UNC at Kentucky (SEC) Georgia at Texas (NCAA) at Bulldog Invite at Florida (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Florida (SEC) at UNC Invite at Bulldog Invite at Auburn at Texas (NCAA)

100y BUTTERFLY

School Record 50.70 Christine Magnuson 3/21/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 50.70 2 50.99 p 3 51.00 4 51.48 p 5 52.04 6 52.30 7 52.56 p 8 52.76 p 9 52.83 p 52.83 p TOP PERFORMERS 1 50.70 2 52.76 p 3 53.28 4 53.37 5 53.69 6 54.07 7 54.55 8 54.58 9 54.63 10 54.69 11 55.17 12 55.30 p 13 55.62 t 14 55.71 15 55.78 p 16 55.80 55.80 p 55.80 p 19 55.81 p 20 56.06 p

Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Christine Magnuson Jenny Connolly Jenny Connolly Christine Magnuson

03/21/08 03/21/08 02/22/08 02/22/08 02/09/07 03/09/07 03/09/07 02/19/10 02/20/09 02/09/07

at Ohio State (NCAA) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC)

Christine Magnuson Jenny Connolly Kelsey Floyd Pam Hanson Jacque Fessel Brooke Watson Jamie Saffer Tori DeSilvia Fabiola Molina Morgan Farrell Amber Fuller Breanna Folk Sarah Weis G. Breece-Rodriguez Kelly Shea Maddie Garrett Tori Richmond Tillie Patterson Kari Peterson Nicole deMan

03/21/08 02/19/10 02/19/10 02/23/01 02/26/04 02/27/10 01/30/09 03/22/96 02/20/98 03/01/09 02/23/01 02/27/10 03/01/91 03/01/03 02/21/97 01/24/09 03/01/09 03/20/87 02/19/99 02/18/95

at Ohio State (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET at Florida at Michigan (NCAA) at Florida (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET at Princeton Invite LAST CHANCE MEET at UNC Invite at Bulldog Invite at Georgia (SEC) GEORGIA LAST CHANCE MEET at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Kentucky (SEC) at S. Carolina Invite

200y BUTTERFLY

School Record 1:57.90 Tori DeSilvia 3/23/96 at Michigan (NCAA) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 1:57.90 2 1:58.01 p 3 1:58.18 4 1:58.24 p 5 1:58.78 6 1:58.96 p 7 1:59.01 p 8 1:59.16 9 1:59.28 10 1:59.29 TOP PERFORMERS 1 1:57.90 2 1:58.01 p 3 1:58.96 p 4 1:59.01 p 5 1:59.16 6 1:59.29 7 1:59.63 8 2:00.16

Tori DeSilvia Kelsey Floyd Tori DeSilvia Tori DeSilvia Kelsey Floyd Brooke Watson Noelle Bassi Sarah Weis Noelle Bassi Monica Shannahan

03/23/96 02/20/10 12/02/95 03/23/96 02/20/10 02/26/10 03/22/03 03/01/91 01/11/03 02/20/99

at Michigan (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Nike Cup, UNC at Michigan (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET at Auburn (NCAA) at UNC Invite at South Carolina at Kentucky (SEC)

Tori DeSilvia Kelsey Floyd Brooke Watson Noelle Bassi Sarah Weis Monica Shannahan Kari Peterson Tricia Weaner

03/23/96 02/20/10 02/26/10 03/22/03 03/01/91 02/20/99 02/20/99 02/20/10

at Michigan (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET at Auburn (NCAA) at UNC Invite at Kentucky (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) at Georgia (SEC)

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2:00.21 2:00.66 2:00.87 2:01.25 p 2:01.47 2:01.77 2:01.87 2:02.00 2:02.01 2:02.19 2:02.60 2:02.83

Christine Magnuson Maddie Garrett Tori Richmond G. Breece-Rodriguez Jenny Connolly Marcella Amar Carly Mathes Jamie Saffer Julie Darby Missy Bell Heather Coulson Morgan Farrell

01/18/08 01/30/09 03/01/09 02/22/03 11/06/09 03/03/95 01/26/08 11/19/06 03/02/90 01/17/98 02/24/90 11/17/07

INDIANA at Georgia LAST CHANCE MEET at Auburn (SEC) SOUTH CAROLINA at Auburn at Georgia at Minnesota Invite at UNC Invite at Northwestern at Alabama (SEC) at Hoosierland Open

200y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY

School Record 1:58.36 Megan Tomes 03/08/07 at Minneapolis (NCAA) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 1:58.36 p 2 1:58.45 p 3 1:58.53 4 1:59.00 5 1:59.09 6 1:59.13 p 7 1:59.27 1:59.27 p 9 1:59.34 10 1:59.83 TOP PERFORMERS 1 1:58.36 p 2 1:59.00 3 1:59.27 4 2:00.12 5 2:00.58 p 6 2:00.67 7 2:01.10 8 2:01.19 9 2:01.53 10 2:01.56 11 2:01.58 12 2:01.70 13 2:02.08 14 2:02.20 15 2:02.21 16 2:02.23 17 2:02.52 18 2:02.64 p 19 2:02.82 p 20 2:03.13

Megan Tomes Megan Tomes Megan Tomes Breanna Folk Megan Tomes Megan Tomes Jamie Saffer Megan Tomes Megan Tomes Breanna Folk

03/08/07 02/17/05 03/08/07 02/18/10 02/17/05 03/16/06 01/24/09 02/08/07 02/08/07 03/18/10

at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Florida (SEC) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Florida (SEC) at Georgia (NCAA) GEORGIA at Kentucky (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA)

Megan Tomes 03/08/07 Breanna Folk 02/18/10 Jamie Saffer 01/24/09 Samara Gelb 03/01/09 Tiffany Clay 03/08/07 Martina Moravcikova 02/18/10 Jenny McGrath 02/22/90 Tori Richmond 02/26/10 Carly Mathes 02/21/08 Pam Hanson 12/01/01 Fabiola Molina 02/21/98 Tricia Weaner 02/21/08 Tori DeSilvia 11/30/95 Megan Smith 02/17/94 Tracy Ignatosky 03/17/88 Valerie Conte 02/21/02 Monica Shannahan 02/21/02 Stephanie Brinser 03/16/89 Christine Magnuson 11/15/07 Sarah McCall 01/24/09

at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) GEORGIA LAST CHANCE MEET at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) LAST CHANCE MEET at Alabama (SEC) at Princeton Invite at Florida (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Nike Cup, UNC at Auburn (SEC) at Texas (NCAA) at Arkansas (SEC) at Arkansas (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Hoosierland Open GEORGIA

400y INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY

School Record 4:12.86 Aleksa Akerfelds 2/19/10 AT GEORGIA (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 4:12.86 2 4:13.12 3 4:13.34 p 4 4:13.63 p 5 4:15.28 p 6 4:15.57 p 7 4:17.02 8 4:18.60 9 4:18.68 p 10 4:19.03 p

Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Aleksa Akerfelds Stephanie Brinser Stephanie Brinser Sarah McCall Aleksa Akerfelds Samara Gelb

02/19/10 02/22/08 03/19/10 02/19/10 02/22/08 03/17/89 03/17/89 02/20/09 03/21/08 02/20/09

at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC)

TOP PERFORMERS 1 4:12.86 2 4:15.57 p 3 4:18.60 4 4:19.03 p 5 4:19.29 p 6 4:19.45 7 4:19.57 p 8 4:20.47 p 9 4:21.18 10 4:21.61 11 4:21.88 p 12 4:22.43 p 13 4:22.75 14 4:23.14 p 15 4:23.54 16 4:23.56 17 4:23.94 18 4:24.60 19 4:24.94 20 4:25.17

Aleksa Akerfelds Stephanie Brinser Sarah McCall Samara Gelb Tori Richmond Pam Hanson Breanna Folk Fabiola Molina Jenny Grathwohl Betsy Brockman Megan Smith Heather Coulson Monica Shannahan Tricia Weaner Megan Tomes Julia Stowers Sarah Turner Carly Mathes Julie Darby Keira Heath

02/19/10 03/17/89 02/20/09 02/20/09 02/19/10 01/13/01 02/19/10 02/20/97 02/23/90 11/23/02 02/18/94 02/23/90 12/03/98 03/01/08 10/02/05 11/06/04 12/01/95 11/18/06 02/23/90 11/10/06

at Georgia (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) N’WESTERN/AUBURN at Georgia (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Indiana Invite at Auburn (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) at Miami (OH) Invite at Bulldog Invite at Kentucky at Purdue Invite at Nike Cup, UNC at Minnesota Invite at Alabama (SEC) AUBURN/STANFORD

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Top Performances/Performers 200y FREESTYLE RELAY

PLATFORM DIVING (9 DIVES)

School Record 1:29.07 King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta, 2/21/08 at Alabama (SEC) 1 1:29.07 King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta 2 1:29.19 Connolly, King, Alton, Nauta 3 1:29.21 p King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta 4 1:29.47 p King, Magnuson, Mathes, M. Tomes 5 1:29.51 King, Gehring, Connolly, Nauta 6 1:29.62 King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta 7 1:29.67 King, Gehring, Connolly, Nauta 8 1:30.04 t Connolly, Floyd, Farrell, King 9 1:30.28 p Connolly, Floyd, Perks, King 10 1:30.36 Pitman, Connolly, Perks, King

02/21/08 at Alabama (SEC) 02/19/09 at Auburn (SEC) 03/20/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) 03/08/07 at Minneapolis (NCAA) 03/19/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) 03/22/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) 03/19/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) 02/27/10 LAST CHANCE MEET 02/18/10 at Georgia (SEC) 02/18/10 at Georgia (SEC)

400y FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record 3:15.07p King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta, 3/22/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) 1 3:15.07 p King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta 03/22/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) 2 3:15.91 p King, Nauta, Gehring, Connolly 03/21/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) 3 3:15.96 King, Nauta, Gehring, Connolly 03/21/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) 4 3:16.09 p Connolly, Gehring, King, Nauta 02/21/09 at Auburn (SEC) 5 3:16.22 King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta 02/23/08 at Alabama (SEC) 6 3:16.58 King, Mathes, Magnuson, Nauta 03/22/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) 7 3:16.88 King, Mathes, M. Tomes, Magnuson 03/10/07 at Minneapolis (NCAA) 8 3:17.82 p King, Mathes, M. Tomes, Magnuson 03/10/07 at Minneapolis (NCAA) 9 3:17.83 Connolly, Floyd, Perks, King 02/20/10 at Georgia (SEC) 10 3:19.18 M. Tomes, King, Mathes, Magnuson 02/10/07 at Kentucky (SEC)

800y FREESTYLE RELAY

School Record 7:07.11 Magnuson, King, Akerfelds, Mathes, 2/20/08 at Alabama (SEC) 1 7:07.11 2 7:07.22 3 7:07.66 4 7:09.14 5 7:10.05 6 7:11.61 7 7:14.25 8 7:16.00 9 7:16.75 10 7:18.66

Magnuson, King, Akerfelds, Mathes 02/20/08 Magnuson, Mathes, King, M. Tomes 02/07/07 Magnuson, Maccherola, Mathes, M. Tomes 02/15/06 Magnuson, Mathes, Akerfelds, Farrell 03/21/08 Magnuson, Mathes, Nauta, M. Tomes 03/09/07 Magnuson, Maccherola, Mathes, M. Tomes 03/17/06 Perks, Nauta, Farrell, Mathes 02/18/09 Floyd, Akerfleds, Weaner, Perks 02/17/10 Magnuson, Stowers, Fessel, M. Tomes 03/18/05 Mathes, Fessel, Magnuson, M. Tomes 11/19/05

at Alabama (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) KNOXVILLE (SEC) at Ohio State (NCAA) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Purdue (NCAA) at Purdue Invite

200y MEDLEY RELAY

School Record 533.25 Lizzy Flynt, 03/05/00 at Georgia Invite TOP PERFORMANCES 1 533.25 2 482.95 3 472.95 4 470.10 5 466.70 p 6 465.45 7 463.75 8 458.50 9 453.65 10 452.95

Lizzy Flynt Lizzy Flynt Lizzy Flynt Kylee Wells Lizzy Flynt Lizzy Flynt Lizzy Flynt Lizzy Flynt Lizzy Flynt Kylee Wells

03/05/00 02/19/00 03/18/00 11/19/01 03/18/00 03/10/01 11/21/99 03/11/00 01/07/01 02/22/03

at Georgia Inv. at Auburn (SEC) at Indiana (NCAA) at Indiana Inv. at Indiana (NCAA) at Long Island (NCAA) at Minnesota Inv. at Georgia (Zone) at Georgia Inv. at Auburn (SEC)

TOP PERFORMERS 1 533.25 2 470.10 3 394.60 4 373.70 5 315.10 p 6 290.30 p

Lizzy Flynt Kylee Wells Stacy Binyon Bethany Minser Jaime Sanger Jane Woodard

03/05/00 11/19/01 11/24/02 03/05/00 02/19/00 02/19/00

at Georgia Inv. at Indiana Inv. at Minnesota Inv. at Georgia Inv. at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC)

PLATFORM DIVING (12 DIVES)

School Record 659.65 Kathy Pesek, 03/21/98 at Minnesota (NCAA) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 659.65 2 658.40 3 639.90 4 610.35 5 586.45 6 559.90 7 556.35 8 548.35 9 546.30 10 542.60

Kathy Pesek Kathy Pesek Kathy Pesek Kathy Pesek Lizzy Flynt Kathy Pesek Dawn Burton Kathy Pesek Dawn Burton Dawn Burton

03/21/98 02/15/98 02/20/99 03/20/99 02/20/99 03/22/97 02/22/97 02/22/97 01/05/97 03/22/97

at Minnesota (NCAA) at Florida (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) at Georgia (NCAA) at Kentucky (SEC) at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Classic City Invite at Indianapolis (NCAA)

TOP PERFORMERS 1 659.65 2 586.45 3 556.35 4 485.20 5 435.00 6 431.15

Kathy Pesek Lizzy Flynt Dawn Burton Tracy Bonner Cheri Sears Jane Woodard

03/21/98 02/20/99 02/22/97 02/11/95 01/05/97 02/15/98

at Minnesota (NCAA) at Kentucky (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Kentucky (SEC) at Classic City Invite at Florida (SEC)

School Record 1:36.82 Connolly, Saffer, Weaner, King, 3/19/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA)

PLATFORM DIVING (5 DIVES)

School Record 292.58 Jill Pierce, 02/29/09 vs Last Chance Meet

1 1:36.82 Connolly, Saffer, Weaner, King 03/20/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) 2 1:36.90 Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 03/19/10 at Purdue (NCAA) 3 1:37.17 p Connolly, Saffer, Weaner, King 03/20/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA) 4 1:37.32 Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 02/17/10 at Georgia (SEC) 5 1:37.45 P Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 03/19/10 at Purdue (NCAA) 6 1:38.04 Weaner, Saffer, Connolly, King 02/18/09 at Auburn (SEC) 7 1:38.09 Weaner, King, Magnuson, Mathes 02/20/08 at Alabama (SEC) TOP PERFORMANCES 8 1:39.16 p Weaner, King, Magnuson, Nauta 03/21/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) 1 292.58 Jill Pierce 2/29/09 LAST CHANCE MEET 9 1:39.22 Fessel, Clay, Magnuson, M. Tomes 02/15/06 KNOXVILLE (SEC) 2 279.30 Staley McCartney 2/29/09 LAST CHANCE MEET 10 1:39.46 Weaner, King, Magnuson, Nauta 03/21/08 at Ohio State (NCAA) 3 273.50 Gabrielle Trudeau 2/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) 4 272.80 Vicky Linnell 2/18/07 at Bulldog Invite 5 266.75 p Gabrielle Trudeau 3/15/09 KNOXVILLE (NCAA B) 6 264.00 p Gabrielle Trudeau 11/22/08 ALLAN JONES INVITE 7 263.70 p Gabrielle Trudeau 2/20/09 at Auburn (SEC) 8 263.05 p Gabrielle Trudeau 11/21/09 UT DIVING INVITE 9 260.75 Gabrielle Trudeau 3/14/10 at Atlanta (NCAA B) 10 256.95 Gabrielle Trudeau 3/15/09 KNOXVILLE (NCAA B)

400y MEDLEY RELAY

School Record 3:32.61 p Connolly, Saffer, Weaner, King, 03/19/09 at Texas A&M (NCAA)

1 3:32.61 p Connolly, Saffer, Weaner, King 2 3:34.40 Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 3 3:34.51 p Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 4 3:34.71 Connolly, Saffer, Farrell, King 5 3:34.78 Connolly, Barsanti, Floyd, King 6 3:34.90 Connolly, Saffer, Mathes, King 7 3:38.11 p M. Tomes, Clay, Magnuson, King 8 3:38.16 M. Tomes, Clay, Magnuson, King 9 3:38.87 p Fessel, Clay, Magnuson, M. Tomes 10 3:39.04 Fessel, Clay, Magnuson, M. Tomes

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03/19/09 02/19/10 03/18/10 03/19/09 03/18/10 02/20/09 03/08/07 03/08/07 03/18/06 03/18/06

at Texas A&M (NCAA) AT GEORGIA (SEC) AT PURDUE (NCAA) at Texas A&M (NCAA) AT PURDUE (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Minneapolis (NCAA) at Georgia (NCAA) at Georgia (NCAA)

TOP PERFORMERS 1 292.58 2 279.30 3 273.50 4 272.80 5 233.25 6 198.70 7 172.70

Jill Pierce Staley McCartney Gabrielle Trudeau Vicky Linnell Lauren LeRoy Skye Sanders Brittany Fulmer

2/29/09 2/29/09 2/20/09 2/18/07 2/22/08 2/20/10 2/4/07

LAST CHANCE MEET LAST CHANCE MEET at Auburn (SEC) at Bulldog Invite at Tuscaloosa (SEC) at Georgia (SEC) at Lexington (SEC)

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1m DIVING (SIX DIVES)

School Record 431.75 Tracy Bonner 03/17/94 at Indianapolis (NCAA)

School Record 329.90 Jaime Sanger 03/20/03 at Auburn (NCAA) TOP PERFORMANCES 1 329.90 2 323.35 3 321.30 4 315.15 5 313.85 6 313.20 7 312.50 p 8 311.70 9 311.70 10 311.05

Jaime Sanger Jaime Sanger Lauren LeRoy Jaime Sanger Jaime Sanger Lauryn McCalley Jaime Sanger Jaime Sanger Lauryn McCalley Lauren LeRoy

03/20/03 02/20/03 01/26/08 03/15/01 02/18/02 02/08/04 11/17/02 02/22/01 03/20/03 02/20/08

at Auburn (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Georgia at Long Island (NCAA) at Arkansas (SEC) at Ohio State at Indiana Invite at Alabama (SEC) at Auburn (NCAA) at Alabama (SEC)

TOP PERFORMANCES 1 431.75 2 424.15 3 420.00 4 413.70 5 412.60 6 411.90 p 7 409.40 p 8 408.35 9 408.30 10 407.45

Tracy Bonner Jaime Sanger Kathy Pesek Kathy Pesek Lizzy Flynt Kathy Pesek Kathy Pesek Tracy Bonner Tracy Bonner Dawn Burton

03/17/94 11/19/99 03/18/99 12/18/98 01/04/99 11/23/96 03/18/99 03/14/97 03/01/97 11/23/96

at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Minnesota Invite at Georgia (NCAA) at Cajun Classic at Georgia Invite at Nike Cup, UNC at Georgia (NCAA) at Auburn (Zone) at Alabama at Nike Cup, UNC

TOP PERFORMERS 1 329.90 2 321.30 3 306.97 4 303.10 5 302.40 6 296.63 7 292.30 8 288.45 9 287.40 10 285.52 11 285.45 12 275.78 13 275.25 14 273.07 15 270.45

Jaime Sanger Lauren LeRoy Tracy Bonner Jane Anthony Jodie McGroarty Vicky Linnell Gabrielle Trudeau Jane Woodard Heidi Gilbert Kathy Pesek Lizzy Flynt Dawn Burton Allison Menger Brittany Fulmer Kylee Wells

03/20/03 01/26/08 02/01/97 12/06/85 02/19/09 11/09/07 11/19/09 01/09/99 10/31/91 01/30/99 11/18/00 11/09/96 11/06/92 01/20/07 03/15/03

at Auburn (NCAA) at Georgia GEORGIA at Vanderbilt at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn UT DIVING INVITE MICHIGAN VANDERBILT GEORGIA at Indiana Invite at Michigan MICHIGAN GEORGIA at Auburn (Zone)

TOP PERFORMERS 1 431.75 2 424.15 3 420.00 4 412.60 5 407.45 6 404.60 7 393.90 8 383.17 9 381.60 10 373.10 11 372.55 12 372.30 13 371.45 14 364.20 15 355.79

Tracy Bonner Jaime Sanger Kathy Pesek Lizzy Flint Dawn Burton Jane Woodard Laine Owen Jane Anthony Heidi Gilbert Maria Dietz Cheri Sears Alicia Ball Allison Menger Bethany Minser Susan Rosenvinge

03/17/94 11/19/99 03/18/99 01/04/99 11/23/96 12/18/98 02/29/92 11/17/83 02/29/92 12/03/88 11/23/96 03/14/97 02/29/92 01/05/00 11/17/83

at Indianapolis (NCAA) at Minnesota Invite at Georgia (NCAA) at Georgia Invite at Nike Cup, UNC at Cajun Classic at South Carolina Invite at North Carolina at South Carolina Invite at Michigan Invite at Nike Cup, UNC at Indianapolis (NCAA) at South Carolina Invite at Texas Invite at North Carolina

3m DIVING (SIX DIVES)

3m DIVING (11 DIVES)

School Record 367.80 Lauren LeRoy 01/26/07 at Florida

School Record 580.20 Tracy Bonner 03/07/95 at Texas (NCAA)

TOP PERFORMANCES 1 367.80 2 348.10 3 344.05 4 340.95 5 337.90 6 337.82 7 330.22 8 328.95 9 329.93 10 326.25

Lauren LeRoy Jodie McGroarty Lauren LeRoy Kathy Pesek Jodie McGroarty Tracy Bonner Kathy Pesek Vicky Linnell Kathy Pesek Lauryn McCalley

01/26/07 02/18/09 02/21/08 02/01/97 11/20/09 02/01/97 01/31/98 11/10/07 01/30/99 01/18/03

at Florida at Auburn (SEC) at Alabama (SEC) GEORGIA UT DIVING INVITE GEORGIA at Georgia at Auburn GEORGIA at Northwestern

TOP PERFORMANCES 1 580.20 2 543.60 3 532.20 4 531.75 5 530.05 6 526.20 p 7 525.35 8 524.55 9 524.25 10 522.90

Tracy Bonner Kathy Pesek Lauryn McCalley Lauryn McCalley Lauryn McCalley Lauryn McCalley Jane Woodard Lauryn McCalley Lauryn McCalley Kathy Pesek

03/17/95 03/19/99 03/22/02 01/04/04 03/13/04 02/19/03 02/18/00 03/19/04 01/05/02 02/09/96

at Texas (NCAA) at Georgia (NCAA) at Texas (NCAA) at Georgia Diving at Georgia (Zone) at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (SEC) at Texas A&M (NCAA) at Georgia Invite KNOXVILLE (SEC)

TOP PERFORMERS 1 367.80 2 348.10 3 340.95 4 337.82 5 328.95 6 326.25 7 325.50 8 321.75 9 318.75 10 316.04 11 314.10 12 313.28 13 294.90 14 294.67 15 291.90

Lauren LeRoy Jodie McGroarty Kathy Pesek Tracy Bonner Vicky Linnell Lauryn McCalley Lizzy Flynt Jaime Sanger Gabrielle Trudeau Jane Anthony Dawn Burton Jane Woodard Heidi Gilbert Kylee Wells Staley McCartney

01/26/07 02/18/09 02/01/97 02/01/97 11/10/07 01/18/03 01/09/99 01/25/03 11/20/09 02/09/85 12/03/94 02/05/00 02/02/91 01/25/03 01/18/08

at Florida at Auburn (SEC) GEORGIA GEORGIA at Auburn at Northwestern MICHIGAN GEORGIA UT DIVING INVITE at New Orleans at Princeton Invite FLORIDA at Florida GEORGIA INDIANA

TOP PERFORMERS 1 580.20 2 543.60 3 532.20 4 525.35 5 516.35 6 516.00 7 507.50 8 500.10 9 462.10 10 469.85 11 461.65 12 439.95 13 434.15 14 433.20 15 431.45

Tracy Bonner Kathy Pesek Lauryn McCalley Jane Woodard Dawn Burton Jaime Sanger Kylee Wells Lizzy Flynt Bethany Minser Jane Anthony Laine Owen Allison Menger Heidi Gilbert Cheri Sears Lauren LeRoy

03/17/95 03/19/99 03/22/02 02/18/00 11/21/96 02/19/03 03/14/03 12/03/99 12/03/99 11/22/86 02/28/92 02/28/92 03/14/92 11/21/96 12/18/04

at Texas (NCAA) at Georgia (NCAA) at Texas (NCAA) at Auburn (SEC) at Nike Cup, UNC at Auburn (SEC) at Auburn (Zone) at Georgia Invite at Georgia Invite at North Carolina Invite at South Carolina Invite at South Carolina Invite at Florida State (Zone) at Nike Cup, UNC at UNLV Invite

Key

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Year-by-Year Records LADY VOL YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS Year W L T Pct. SEC National 1971-72 1 0 0 1.000 -- -- 1972-73 5 0 0 1.000 -- -- 1973-74 3 1 0 .750 -- dnp 1974-75 4 1 0 .800 -- dnp 1975-76 4 3 0 .571 -- -- 1976-77 3 3 0 .500 -- dnp 1977-78 6 1 0 .857 -- 27th 1978-79 3 3 0 .500 -- dnp 1979-80 6 4 0 .600 -- dnp 1980-81 4 4 0 .500 6th 26th 1981-82 7 4 1 .625 4th 10th 1982-83 9 5 0 .643 4th 19th 1983-84 7 2 1 .750 5th 11th 1984-85 7 6 0 .538 5th 33rd 1985-86 6 6 0 .500 6th 39th 1986-87 5 4 1 .550 5th 14th 1987-88 6 5 0 .545 2nd 11th 1988-89 6 2 0 .750 2nd 4th 1989-90 6 2 0 .750 2nd 18th 1990-91 5 2 0 .714 3rd 17th 1991-92 5 3 0 .625 4th 18th 1992-93 6 5 0 .545 6th 19th 1993-94 4 5 0 .444 6th 14th 1994-95 5 3 0 .625 3rd 12th 1995-96 5 3 0 .625 3rd 9th 1996-97 5 4 0 .555 3rd 11th 1997-98 4 4 0 .500 5th 19th 1998-99 5 4 0 .555 5th 18th 1999-00 2 4 0 .333 4th 28th 2000-01 4 5 0 .444 5th 20th 2001-02 3 4 0 .429 7th 22nd 2002-03 4 4 0 .500 5th 18th 2003-04 4 2 0 .667 4th 28th 2004-05 4 3 0 .571 t7th t24th 2005-06 5 2 0 .714 5th 12th 2006-07 4 4 0 .500 5th 10th 2007-08 5 3 0 .625 4th 8th 2008-09 8 2 0 .800 4th 13th 2009-10 3 4 0 .429 4th 13th Nationals - AIAW 1972-1981, NCAA 1982-present, dnp - did not place, -- did not participate

Tyler

Gentry

Carlisle

Dix

Hastings

Head Coach Frank Bryant Allan Spreen Ida Ezell Janie Tyler Janie Tyler Janie Tyler Joe Gentry Joe Gentry Joe Gentry Terry Carlisle Terry Carlisle Terry Carlisle Terry Carlisle Terry Carlisle Terry Carlisle (4-1), Dix/Hastings (2-5) Dave Roach Dave Roach Dave Roach Dave Roach Pete Raykovich Pete Raykovich Pete Raykovich Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Dan Colella Matt Kredich Matt Kredich Matt Kredich Matt Kredich Matt Kredich

Roach

Diving Coach Allan Spreen Allan Spreen Allan Spreen Allan Spreen n/a Brad Laughner n/a Vicky Bringle Kent Cousineau Kent Cousineau Steve Rudder John Goddard John Goddard Jim Whalen Beth Anne Beck, Dan Laak Dan Laak Craig Ford Jim Kennedy Jim Kennedy Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington Dave Parrington

Raykovich

Colella

COACHING RECORDS COACH Frank Bryant Allan Spreen Ida Ezell Janie Tyler Joe Gentry Terry Carlisle Dix/Hastings Dave Roach Pete Raykovich Dan Colella Matt Kredich

Current Head Diving Coach Dave Parrington

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TOTAL

W L T PCT. YRS. 1 0 0 1.000 1 yr. 5 0 0 1.000 1 yr. 3 1 0 .750 1 yr. 11 7 0 .611 3 yrs. 15 8 0 .652 3 yrs. 38 22 2 .629 6 yrs. 2 5 0 .286 1 yr.* 23 13 1 .635 4 yrs. 16 10 0 .615 3 yrs. 49 45 0 .517 11 yrs. 25 15 0 .625 5 yrs. 188

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Dual Meet Records ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS

FIRST LAST LAST OPPONENT W L T MEETING UT WIN OPP WIN Alabama 5 12 0 02/04/77 11/04/05 02/23/96 Appalachian State 3 0 0 02/22/72 01/27/78 --Arkansas 7 0 0 11/21/92 10/17/08 --Arizona State 0 1 0 01/05/01 --- 01/05/01 Auburn 4 11 0 01/08/77 11/16/90 11/10/07 Bowling Green 1 0 0 11/12/82 11/12/82 --Brenau 1 0 0 12/03/77 12/03/77 --Brown 1 0 0 01/15/94 01/15/94 --California 1 0 0 10/20/94 10/20/94 --Charlotte 2 0 0 01/30/83 02/10/84 --Cincinnati 7 3 0 01/10/76 11/15/96 01/30/88 Clemson 6 1 0 02/08/75 11/06/98 01/22/81 Cumberlands 1 0 0 10/16/08 10/16/08 --Duke 1 0 0 02/12/82 02/12/82 --East Carolina 2 0 0 02/17/73 01/26/74 --Emory 3 0 0 02/24/73 02/21/76 --Evansville 1 0 0 01/30/81 01/30/81 --Florida 0 24 0 01/15/88 --- 01/29/10 Florida Atlantic 2 0 0 01/07/90 10/23/99 --Florida State 0 2 0 12/09/78 --- 12/07/79 Furman 8 2 0 01/13/77 11/13/87 01/23/81 George Washington 2 0 0 11/13/81 11/14/82 --Georgia 4 27 1 02/02/74 11/03/89 01/23/10 Illinois 2 0 0 10/18/96 11/22/08 --Indian River C.C. 2 0 0 12/08/79 12/08/82 --Indiana 2 0 0 01/18/08 11/22/08 --James Madison 2 0 0 01/25/75 11/23/85 --Kansas 0 1 0 11/21/92 --- 11/21/92 Kentucky 26 2 0 03/02/74 10/30/09 11/13/99 Louisiana State 7 1 0 11/12/88 10/17/09 10/19/01 Louisville 7 1 0 1/14/84 10/16/08 10/15/09 Maryland 0 0 1 11/20/86 --- --Miami (Fla.) 4 4 0 11/06/81 11/08/02 12/11/86 Miami (Ohio) 3 0 0 11/11/83 01/10/86 --Michigan 3 1 0 11/06/92 11/22/08 11/09/96 New Orleans 2 0 0 02/09/85 01/31/86 --North Carolina 0 8 0 01/25/75 --- 11/20/86 North Carolina State 0 1 1 11/19/83 --- 02/01/85 Northwestern 7 6 0 11/19/95 01/05/08 01/08/05 Ohio 4 0 0 12/03/86 01/28/94 --Ohio State 1 0 0 02/08/04 02/08/04 --Penn State 0 1 0 01/11/03 --- 1/11/03 Pittsburgh 2 0 0 02/13/82 11/13/82 --Princeton 2 0 0 11/22/91 11/18/96 --Richmond 2 0 0 10/15/04 10/15/05 --St. Mary-of-the-Woods 1 0 0 01/30/81 01/30/81 --South Carolina 13 12 0 02/06/76 11/06/09 11/19/93 South Florida 1 0 0 12/07/79 12/07/79 --Southern Illinois 1 0 0 12/11/87 12/11/87 --Southwest Missouri State 1 0 0 11/14/98 11/14/98 --Stanford 0 1 0 11/11/06 --- 11/11/06 Tampa 1 0 0 12/11/84 12/11/84 --Texas A&M 1 0 0 01/16/82 01/16/82 --Tulane 1 0 0 02/08/85 02/08/85 --UCLA 1 0 0 10/22/94 10/22/94 --Vanderbilt 20 0 0 03/10/73 10/17/08 --Virginia 3 4 0 01/13/79 01/10/88 01/09/10 Virginia Tech 5 0 0 02/11/78 02/12/83 --TOTAL 188 126 3 Bold type indicates 2010-11 dual meet opponents

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All-Time Results 1971-72 (1-0) Frank Bryant 2/22 Boone, N.C.

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Appalachian State

58-53

1972-73 (5-0) Allan Spreen 12/3 AQUATIC CENTER W Bearden H.S. 2/17 Boone, N.C. W Appalachian State 2/17 Boone, N.C. W East Carolina 2/24 Atlanta, Ga. W Emory 3/10 Nashville, Tenn. W Vanderbilt

* 64-23 61-52 57-34 60-44

1973-74 (3-1) Ida Ezell 1/26 Greenville, N.C. W East Carolina 2/2 Athens, Ga. L Georgia 2/23 AQUATIC CENTER W Emory 3/2 Lexington, Ky. W Kentucky 3/14-17 University Park, Pa. AIAW Champs.

68-63 52-79 92-39 86-26 dnp

1974-75 (4-1) Janie Tyler 1/25 Chapel Hill, N.C. L North Carolina 64-67 1/25 Chapel Hill, N.C. W James Madison 88-43 2/1 AQUATIC CENTER W Vanderbilt 95-27 2/8 Athens, Ga. W Georgia 77-62 2/8 Athens, Ga. W Clemson 102-26 2/27-31 Tuscaloosa, Ala. Southeastern Intercollegiate 2nd/5 3/13-15 Tempe, Ariz. AIAW Champs. dnp 1975-76 (4-3) Janie Tyler 11/15 Gainesville, Ga. 1/10 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/18 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/31 Nashville, Tenn. W 1/31 Nashville, Tenn. W 2/6 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/7 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/21 Atlanta, Ga. W 2/26-28 Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Brenau Inv. Relays * Cincinnati 87-40 North Carolina 59-71 Vanderbilt 108-52 Kentucky 108-60 South Carolina 56-75 Georgia 51-78 Emory 102-29 Southeastern Intercollegiate 4th/6

1976-77 (3-3) Janie Tyler 1/8 Auburn, Ala. W 1/13 TN SCH. FOR DEAF L 1/15 Columbia, S.C. L 1/22 Athens, Ga. W 2/4 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/10-12 Charlottesville, Va. 2/18 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/24-26 Gainesville, Ga. 3/17-19 Providence, R.I.

Auburn Furman South Carolina Georgia Alabama AIAW Reg. 2 Champs. Kentucky AIAW Reg. 3 Champs. AIAW Champs.

66-65 58-73 43-60 89-42 38-84 2nd/6 92-26 6th/* dnp

1977-78 (6-1) Joe Gentry 12/3 Gainesville, Ga. W 12/10 Nashville, Tenn. W 1/20 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/27 Boone, N.C. W 2/3 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/10 Lexington, Ky. W 2/11 Blacksburg, Va. W 2/16-18 Charlottesville, Va. 3/16-18 Durham, N.C. 1978-79 (3-3) Joe Gentry 12/2 Columbia, S.C. L 12/9 Tallahassee, Fla. L 1/4 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/13 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/27 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/2 Huntsville, Ala. L 2/23-25 Columbia, S.C. 3/15-17 Pittsburgh, Pa.

Brenau Vanderbilt Georgia Appalachian State South Carolina Kentucky Virginia Tech AIAW Reg. 2 Champs. AIAW Champs.

77-54 70-60 80-40 83-47 47-84 67-61 78-53 3rd/5 27th

South Carolina Florida State Vanderbilt Virginia Virginia Tech Alabama AIAW Reg. 2 Qualifier AIAW Champs.

46-85 56-75 73-58 93-38 90-41 54-77 * dnp

1979-80 (6-4) Joe Gentry 11/16-17 Greenville, S.C. W 12/7 Tampa, Fla. W 12/7 Tampa, Fla. L 12/8 Fort Pierce, Fla. W 1/4 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/5 Blacksburg, Va. W 1/11 Charlottesville, Va. W 1/25 Nashville, Tenn. W

Furman South Florida Florida State Indian River C.C. South Carolina Virginia Tech Virginia Vanderbilt

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137-62 113-25 49-91 77-39 52-85 66-65 72-68 74-57

1/31 2/1 2/14-16 2/28-1 3/19-22

Tuscaloosa, Ala. L Athens, Ga. L Athens, Ga. AQUATIC CENTER Las Vegas, Nev.

Alabama 63-77 Georgia 59-79 Southern Intercollegiate 8th/10 AIAW Reg. 2 Champs. 1st/5 AIAW Champs. dnp

1980-81 (4-4) Terry Carlisle 1/9 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/17 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/22 Clemson, S.C. L 1/23 Greenville, S.C. L 1/30 Evansville, Ind. W 1/30 Evansville, Ind. W 1/31 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/6 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/13-14 Athens, Ga. 2/26-28 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/18-21 Columbia, S.C.

Vanderbilt 75-56 Georgia 62-85 Clemson 56-83 Furman 65-75 Evansville 91-38 St. Mary-of-the-Woods 103-16 Kentucky 76-56 Alabama 65-84 Southern Intercollegiate * SEC Champs. 6th/6 AIAW Champs. 26th

1981-82 (7-4-1) Terry Carlisle 11/6 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/13 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/20 Columbia, S.C. L 11/22 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 1/15 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/16 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/22 Athens, Ga. T 1/23 Nashville, Tenn. W 2/5 Tuscaloosa, Ala. L 2/7 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/12 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/13 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/25-27 Gainesville, Fla. 3/12-13 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/18-20 Gainesville, Fla.

Miami (Fla.) George Washington South Carolina North Carolina Virginia Tech Texas A&M Georgia Vanderbilt Alabama Furman Duke Pittsburgh SEC Champs. NCAA Zone Diving NCAA Champs.

54-95 78-58 74-75 53-98 85-63 78-70 74-74 86-59 61-88 63-48 79-60 82-67 4th/6 nts 10th

1982-83 (9-5) Terry Carlisle 11/12 Bowling Green, Ohio W 11/13 Pittsburgh, Pa. W 11/14 Washington, D.C. W 11/21 AQUATIC CENTER W 12/8 Fort Pierce, Fla. W 12/13 Coral Gables, Fla. L 1/14 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/16 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/22 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/29 Columbia, S.C. L 1/30 Charlotte, N.C. W 2/4 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/12 Blacksburg, Va. W 2/19 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/24-26 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/11-12 Columbia, S.C. 3/17-19 Lincoln, Neb.

Bowling Green Pittsburgh George Washington Furman Indian River C.C. Miami (Fla.) Vanderbilt North Carolina Georgia South Carolina UNC Charlotte Alabama Virginia Tech Cincinnati SEC Champs. NCAA Zone Diving NCAA Champs.

80-69 89-60 78-61 89-58 66-44 68-79 80-67 49-100 61-88 65-84 82-67 49-85 89-60 82-58 4th/6 nts 19th

1983-84 (7-2-1) Terry Carlisle 11/4 Greenville, S.C. W 11/11 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/17 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 11/19 Raleigh, N.C. T 1/14 Cincinnati, Ohio W 1/14 Cincinnati, Ohio W 1/21 Athens, Ga. L 1/28 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/4 Nashville, Tenn. W 2/10 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/23-25 Gainesville, Fla. 3/4 Columbia, S.C. 3/9-10 Gainesville, Fla. 3/15-17 Indianapolis, Ind.

Furman Miami (Ohio) North Carolina North Carolina State Cincinnati Louisville Georgia South Carolina Vanderbilt UNC Charlotte SEC Champs. South Carolina Invite NCAA Zone Diving NCAA Champs.

78-52 79-60 51-89 70-70 95-45 95-45 59-80 81-59 85-55 76-36 5th/7 nts nts 11th

1984-85 (7-6) Terry Carlisle 11/2 Louisville, Ky. W 11/3 Oxford, Ohio W 11/16 AQUATIC CENTER W 12/8 AQUATIC CENTER L 12/11 Tampa, Fla. W

Louisville Miami (Ohio) Furman Virginia Tampa

69-59 81-59 82-57 47-77 85-53

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AQUATIC CENTER L AQUATIC CENTER W AQUATIC CENTER L Chapel Hill, N.C. L Columbia, S.C. L AQUATIC CENTER L New Orleans, La. W New Orleans, La. W Athens, Ga. Columbia, S.C. AQUATIC CENTER Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Cincinnati Vanderbilt Georgia North Carolina South Carolina North Carolina State Tulane New Orleans SEC Champs. Gamecock Invite NCAA Zone Diving NCAA Champs.

54-86 73-65 61-79 54-86 55-84 66-74 83-48 65-15 5th/8 nts nts 33rd

1985-86 (6-6) Terry Carlisle [4-1], Dix/Hastings [2-5] 11/9 AQUATIC CENTER W Louisville 11/15 Greenville, S.C. W Furman 11/22 Charlottesville, Va. L Virginia 11/23 Harrisonburg, Va. W James Madison 12/6 Nashville, Tenn. W Vanderbilt 1/10 AQUATIC CENTER W Miami (Ohio) 1/11 Chapel Hill, N.C. L North Carolina 1/17 Athens, Ga. L Georgia 1/25 AQUATIC CENTER L South Carolina 1/31 AQUATIC CENTER W New Orleans 2/1 Cincinnati, Ohio L Cincinnati 2/8 AQUATIC CENTER L Miami (Fla.) 2/27-1 AQUATIC CENTER SEC Champs. 3/8 Athens, Ga. Georgia Invite 3/14-15 Clemson, S.C. NCAA Zone Diving 3/20-22 Fayetteville, Ark. NCAA Champs.

60-45 80-58 65-75 74-67 85-57 83-57 50-90 61-78 67-73 74-45 62-78 65-74 6th/8 nts nts 39th

1986-87 (5-4-1) Dave Roach 11/15 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/20 Chapel Hill, N.C. L 11/20 Chapel Hill, N.C. T 11/21-22 Chapel Hill, N.C. 12/3 AQUATIC CENTER W 12/11 Coral Gables, Fla. L 1/3 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/10 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/16-17 Austin, Texas 1/24 Columbia, S.C. W 2/7 Tuscaloosa, Ala. L 2/13 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/26-28 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/7 Athens, Ga. 3/10-11 Baton Rouge, La. 3/16-18 Indianapolis, Ind.

Vanderbilt North Carolina Maryland Carolina Pride Invite Ohio Miami (Fla.) Cincinnati Furman Longhorn Invite South Carolina Alabama Georgia SEC Champs. Georgia Invite NCAA Zone Diving NCAA Champs.

1987-88 (6-5) Dave Roach 11/13 Greenville, S.C. W 11/20 Nashville, Tenn. W 12/11 Carbondale, Ill. W 12/11 Carbondale, Ill. L 12/12-13 Carbondale, Ill. 1/10 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/15 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/16-17 Austin, Texas 1/22 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/29 Athens, Ohio W 1/30 Cincinnati, Ohio L 2/5 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/12 Athens, Ga. L 2/25-27 AQUATIC CENTER 3/5 Athens, Ga. 3/11-12 Chapel Hill, N.C. 3/17-19 Austin, Texas

Furman 90-48 Vanderbilt 83-57 Southern Illinois 85-28 Auburn 56-57 Southern Illinois Invite nts Virginia 143-125 Florida 118.5-143.5 Longhorn Invite 4th/6 South Carolina 133-135 Ohio 144-115 Cincinnati 131.5-135.5 Miami (Fla.) 81-58 Georgia 54-86 SEC Champs. 2nd/8 Georgia Invite nts NCAA Zone Diving nts NCAA Champs. 11th

1988-89 (6-2) Dave Roach 11/4 Auburn, Ala. W 11/12 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/12 AQUATIC CENTER W 12/2-4 Ann Arbor, Mich. 1/7 Lexington, Ky. W 1/14-15 Austin, Texas 1/21 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/28 AQUATIC CENTER W

Auburn Cincinnati Louisiana State Michigan Invite Kentucky Tarn-Pure Longhorn Inv. Vanderbilt Alabama

151-91 59-81 70-70 2nd/6 83-49 132-136 148-103 134-103 6th/6 143-125 119-149 58-79 5th/8 nts nts 14th

84-53 93-46 97-43 2nd/6 87-52 2nd/6 77-56 95-43

2/4 2/11 2/22-25 3/10-11 3/16-18

Gainesville, Fla. L AQUATIC CENTER L Gainesville, Fla. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Indianapolis, Ind.

Florida Georgia SEC Champs. NCAA Zone Diving NCAA Champs.

61-77 67-73 2nd/8 nts 4th

1989-90 (6-2) Dave Roach 11/3 Athens, Ga. W 11/10 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/10 AQUATIC CENTER W 12/1-3 Long Beach, Calif. 1/5-6 Boca Raton, Fla. 1/7 Boca Raton, Fla. W 1/20 Baton Rouge, La. W 1/27 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. L 2/10 Nashville, Tenn. W 2/21-24 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/2 Chapel Hill, N.C. 3/9-10 Lexington, Ky. 3/15-17 Austin, Texas

Georgia 83-57 Auburn 81-32 Kentucky 72-41 U.S.C. Grand Prix Invite 3rd/8 Mission Bay New Year’s Cl. nts Florida Atlantic 77-55 Louisiana State 67-46 Florida 51-62 Alabama 67-73 Vanderbilt 68-43 SEC Champs. 2nd/8 Tar Heel Invite nts NCAA Zone Diving nts NCAA Champs. 18th

1990-91 (5-2) Pete Raykovich 10/19 Columbia, S.C. 11/3 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/9 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/16 Auburn, Ala. W 11/30-2 Austin, Texas 1/10-13 Austin, Texas 1/18 Lexington, Ky. W 1/26 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/2 Gainesville, Fla. L 2/9 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/20-23 Lexington, Ky. 3/1 Chapel Hill, N.C. 3/15-16 Chapel Hill, N.C. 3/21-23 Indianapolis, Ind.

Gamecock Relays 1st/4 Vanderbilt 144-78 Georgia 129-163 Auburn 152.5-89.5 Texas Invite nts All-American Diving Invite nts Kentucky 143-93 Louisiana State 133.5-107.5 Florida 110.5-188.5 Alabama 171-118 SEC Champs. 3rd/8 Tar Heel Invite 1st/6 NCAA Zone Diving nts NCAA Champs. 17th

1991-92 (5-3) Pete Raykovich 10/18 Tuscaloosa, Ala. L 10/31 Nashville, Tenn. W 10/31 AQUATIC CENTER 11/9 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/9 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/16 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/22 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/3 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/4 AQUATIC CENTER 1/11 Athens, Ga. L 2/1-9 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 2/16 Lexington, Ky. 3/1-3 Columbia, S.C. 3/8-9 Indianapolis, Ind. 3/13-14 Tallahassee, Fla. 3/19-21 Austin, Texas

Alabama 100-136 Vanderbilt (Swim) 156-65 Vanderbilt (Dive) nts Florida 88-155 Kentucky 172-71 South Carolina 137-105 Princeton 148-86 Cincinnati 146-86 Tennessee Relays 1st/2 Georgia 103-131 SEC Champs. 4th/10 Kentucky Invite nts South Carolina Diving Invite nts Hoosier Short Course Invite nts NCAA Zone Diving nts NCAA Champs. 18th

1992-93 (6-5) Pete Raykovich 10/23 Lexington, Ky. W 10/31 Columbia, S.C. L 11/6 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/14 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/14 Gatlinburg, Tenn. 11/21 Fayetteville, Ark. W 11/21 Fayetteville, Ark. L 12/4-6 Chapel Hill, N.C. 1/2 Fort Pierce, Fla. 1/6-7 Austin, Texas 1/8 Baton Rouge, La. W 1/8 Baton Rouge, La. L 1/22 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/22 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/6 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/17-20 Fayetteville, Ark. 3/5-6 Columbia, S.C. 3/12-13 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/18-20 Minneapolis, Minn.

Kentucky 138-103 South Carolina 146.5-147.5 Michigan 157-137 Ohio (Swim) 187-108 Ohio (Dive) nts Arkansas 143-100 Kansas 111-132 Carolina Invite 4th/6 Indian River C.C. Invite 1st/3 All-American Diving Invite nts Louisiana State 137-104 Florida 81-160 Alabama 141-159 Georgia 118-180 Clemson 185-102 SEC Champs. 6th/9 Gamecock Inv. nts NCAA Zone Diving nts NCAA Champs. 19th

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All-Time Results 1993-94 (4-5) Dan Colella 10/22 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/30 Athens, Ga. L 11/19 AQUATIC CENTER L 12/2-4 Chapel Hill, N.C. 1/5-7 Austin, Texas 1/7 Vero Beach, Fla. 1/15 Clemson, S.C. W 1/15 Clemson, S.C. L 1/15 Clemson, S.C. W 1/28 Athens, Ohio W 1/29 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/5 Tuscaloosa, Ala. L 2/16-19 Auburn, Ala. 3/5-6 Auburn, Ala. 3/11-12 Auburn, Ala. 3/17-19 Indianapolis, Ind.

Kentucky 149-93 Georgia 124-171 South Carolina 136.5-163.5 Carolina Invite 5th/8 All-American Diving Invite nts St. Edward’s Relay Festival 1st/6 Clemson 194-102 Auburn 128-169 Brown 195-99 Ohio 151-92 Florida 94-147 Alabama 139-159 SEC Champs. 6th/9 Auburn Invitational nts NCAA Zone Diving nts NCAA Champs. 14th

1994-95 (5-3) Dan Colella 10/20 Berkeley, Calif. W 10/22 Los Angeles, Calif. W 10/28 AQUATIC CENTER L 10/29 Lexington, Ky. W 11/12 Columbia, S.C. W 12/3-4 Princeton, N.J. 1/3 Gainesville, Fla. L 1/4-8 Austin, Texas 1/28 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/9-11 Lexington, Ky. 2/15-18 Columbia, S.C. 3/3 Auburn, Ala. L 3/4 Auburn, Ala. 3/10-12 Lexington, Ky. 3/16-18 Austin, Texas

California 178-122 UCLA 158-140 Georgia 115-126 Kentucky 137.5-104.5 South Carolina 162-138 Princeton Invitational 1st/4 Florida 117-124 All-American Diving Invite nts Alabama 154-85 SEC Diving Champs. nts SEC Swimming Champs. 3rd/9 Auburn 108-147 Auburn Invitational nts NCAA Zone Diving nts NCAA Champs. 12th

1995-96 (5-3) Dan Colella 10/4 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/27-28 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/18 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/19 Evanston, Ill. W 11/30-12/2 Chapel Hill, N.C. 11/30-12/3 Austin, Texas 1/3-6 Austin, Texas 1/13 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/27 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/7-10 AQUATIC CENTER 2/23 Athens, Ga. L 2/23 Athens, Ga. L 2/24 Athens, Ga. 3/14-15 Athens, Ga. 3/21-23 Ann Arbor, Mich.

Kentucky 151-83 South Carolina 184-105 Princeton 165-115 Northwestern 193-105 Nike Cup 1st /8 Texas Invitational (Dive) nts All-American Diving Inv. nts Clemson 167-111 Florida 98-145 SEC Champs. 3rd/9 Georgia 48-90 Alabama 53-86 Bulldog Invitational 2nd/6 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 9th/36

1996-97 (5-4) Dan Colella 10/18 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/25 Lexington, Ky. L 11/01 Columbia, S.C. W 11/09 Ann Arbor, Mich. L 11/21-23 Chapel Hill, N.C. 12/14-16 Auburn, Ala. 1/3-5 Athens, Ga. 1/11 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/25 Gainesville, Fla. L 2/1 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/19-22 Athens, Ga. 3/1 Tuscaloosa, Ala. W 3/14-15 Athens, Ga. 3/20-22 Indianapolis, Ind.

Illinois Kentucky South Carolina Michigan Nike Cup (Dive) Auburn Invitational Classic City Inv. (Dive) Northwestern Florida Georgia SEC Champs. Alabama NCAA Zone B Diving NCAA Champs.

1997-98 (4-4) Dan Colella 10/25 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/7 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/7 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/21 Clemson, S.C. W 12/5-7 Athens, Ga. 12/5-7 Austin, Texas 1/3-5 Athens, Ga. 1/17 Evanston, Ill. L

Kentucky 134-109 Arkansas 154-46 Miami 139-82 Clemson 146.5-136.5 Georgia Invite 2nd/4 Texas Invite nts Classic City Invite (Dive) nts Northwestern 147-205

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139-104 118-125 144-98 140-160 nts nts nts 192-160 120-123 102-139 3rd/9 131-100 nts 11th/36

1/17 1/31 2/7 2/15-21 2/28-3/1 3/13-14 3/19-21

Evanston, Ill. L Athens, Ga. L AQUATIC CENTER L Gainesville, Fla. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Minneapolis, Minn.

Auburn Georgia Florida SEC Champs. Bulldog Invite NCAA Zone B Diving NCAA Champs.

115-231 90-150 118-125 5th/9 1st/4 nts 19th/37

1998-99 (5-4) Dan Colella 10/23 Lexington, Ky. W 11/6 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/14 Fayetteville, Ark. W 11/14 Fayetteville, Ark. W 12/3-5 Oxford, Ohio 12/4-6 Austin, Texas 12/19-20 Baton Rouge, La. 1/3-5 Athens, Ga. 1/9 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/16 Auburn, Ala. L 1/16 Auburn, Ala. L 1/30 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/6 Gainesville, Fla. L 2/17-20 Lexington, Ky. 3/12-13 Baton Rouge, La. 3/18-20 Athens, Ga.

Kentucky 140-103 Clemson 133-110 Arkansas 63-49 Southwest Missouri State 84-28 Miami Invitational (Swim) 1st/8 Texas Invitational (Dive) nts Cajun Classic (Dive) nts Georgia Diving Invitational nts Michigan 186-109 Auburn 158-194 Northwestern 166-186 Georgia 87-156 Florida 87-156 SEC Champs. 5th/9 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 18th/41

1999-2000 (2-4) Dan Colella 10/23 Miami, Fla. W 10/23 Miami, Fla. W 11/5-6 Dallas, Texas 11/13 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/19-21 Minneapolis, Minn. 12/3-5 Bloomington, Ind. 12/3-5 Athens, Ga. 1/5-9 Austin, Texas 1/15 Evanston, Ill. L 1/15 Evanston, Ill. L 2/5 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/16-19 Auburn, Ala. 2/26-27 Athens, Ga. 3/10-11 Auburn, Ala. 3/16-17 Indianapolis, Ind.

Miami 166.5-74.5 Florida Atlantic 169-90 SMU Classic 6th/6 Kentucky 121-124 Minnesota Invitational 6th/15 Indiana Institutional (Swim) 3rd/5 Georgia Invitational (Dive) nts Texas All-American (Dive) nts Northwestern 143-210 Auburn 124-229 Florida 116-126 SEC Champs. 4th/9 Bulldog Invitational 2nd/4 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 28th/53

2000-01 (4-5) Dan Colella 10/27 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/27 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/27 AQUATIC CENTER L 10/27 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/10 Lexington, Ky. W 11/17-19 Bloomington, Ind. 12/1-3 Princeton, N.J. 12/1-3 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1/15 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/7 Athens, Ga. 1/13 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/13 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/5 Gainesville, Fla. L 2/21-24 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/9-10 Athens, Ga. 3/15-17 Long Island, N.Y.

Kentucky 207-111 South Carolina 142-101 Georgia 99-220 Florida 118-201 Kentucky 142-101 Indiana Institutional (Dive) nts Princeton Invitational (Swim) 3rd/5 Alabama Invitational (Dive) nts Arizona State 112-131 Georgia Invitational (Dive) nts Northwestern 191.5-158.5 Auburn 163-187 Florida 127-162 SEC Champs. 5th/9 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 20th/46

Sarah Nichols was an eight-time All-American for the Lady Vols from 1996-99 in the distance freestyle events.

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All-Time Results 2001-02 (3-4) Dan Colella 10/12 Gainesville, Fla. W 10/13 Gainesville, Fla. 10/19 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/19 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/9-10 AQUATIC CENTER 11/17-19 Bloomington, Ind. 12/1-3 Fayetteville, Ark. 12/17 Coral Gables, Fla. 12/19 Coral Springs, Fla. 1/4-6 Athens, Ga. 1/13 Auburn, Ala. L 1/13 Auburn, Ala. L 1/26 AQUATIC CENTER W 2/2 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/18-23 Fayetteville, Ark. 3/15-16 Lexington, Ky. 3/21-23 Austin, Texas

South Carolina 142-100 SEC Invitational 3rd/5 Kentucky 143-100 Louisiana State 102.5-140.5 Houston (Dive) nts Indiana Invitational 2nd/5 Arkansas Invitational (Dive) nts Miami (Dive) nts Coral Springs Relays (Swim) nts Georgia Invitational (Dive) nts Northwestern 118-234 Auburn 138-207 Arkansas 163-137 Florida 112-128 SEC Champs. 7th/9 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 23rd/45

2002-03 (4-4) Dan Colella 10/28 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/1 Baton Rouge, La. W 11/8 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/8 AQUATIC CENTER 11/22-24 Bloomington, Ind. 11/22-24 Minneapolis, Minn. 12/18 Key West, Fla. 1/1-3 Athens, Ga. 1/11 Columbia, S.C. L 1/11 Columbia, S.C. W 1/19 Evanston, Ill. L 1/25 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/1 Gainesville, Fla. L 2/19-22 Auburn, Ala. 2/28-3/2 Athens, Ga. 3/14-16 Auburn, Ala. 3/20-22 Auburn, Ala. 18th/45 2003-04 (4-2) Dan Colella 10/24 Lexington, Ky. W 11/15 Auburn, Ala. L 11/20-22 Houston, Texas 12/20 Key Largo, Fla. 1/3-5 Athens, Ga. 1/10 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/15-18 Auburn, Ala. 1/17 Fayetteville, Ark. W 1/31 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/8 Columbus, Ohio W 2/25-28 Athens, Ga. 2/29 Athens, Ga. 3/12-14 Athens, Ga. 3/18-20 College Station, Texas 3/21 College Station, Texas

Kentucky 139-85 Auburn 101-194 Houston Invitational 1st/5 Orange Bowl Classic 1st/4 Georgia Invitational (Dive) nts Northwestern 207-144 USA World Cup Diving nts Arkansas 170-130 Florida 103-129 Ohio State 151.5-147.5 SEC Champs. 4th/9 Bulldog Invitational nts NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 28th/43 LCM Aggie Invite nts

2004-05 (4-3) Dan Colella 10/15 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/29 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/5-6 West Lafayette, Ind. 11/19-21 Atlanta, Ga. 12/18-19 Las Vegas, Nev. 1/8 Evanston, Ill. L 1/10 Fayetteville, Ark. W 1/15 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/15 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/29 Gainesville, Fla. L 2/11-19 Gainesville, Fla. 3/11-13 Atlanta, Ga. 3/17-19 West Lafayette, Ind. 4/1-5 West Lafayette, Ind.

Richmond 167-128 Kentucky 133-110 Purdue Invitational 8th/8 Georgia Tech Invitational 3rd/7 UNLV Invite nts Northwestern 167-184 Arkansas 121-111 LSU 143-99 Virginia 111-126 Florida 93-145 SEC Champs. 7th/9 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. t24th/43 USA Swimming Selection nts

2005-06 (5-2) Matt Kredich 10/21 Louisville, Ky. W 10/22 Lexington, Ky. W 10/28 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/4 Tuscaloosa, Ala. W 11/18-20 West Lafayette, Ind.

Louisville 180-114 Kentucky 124-119 South Carolina 141-101 Alabama 164-79 Boilermaker Invitational 3rd/7

Kentucky 143-99 Louisiana State 128-113 Miami 131-112 Tennessee Invitational (Dive) nts Indiana Invitational 2nd/9 Minnesota Invitational (Dive) nts Key West Relays 3rd/4 Georgia Invitational (Dive) nts Penn State 103-140 South Carolina 135-107 Northwestern 147.5-204.5 Georgia 99-142 Florida 101-132 SEC Champs. 5th/9 Bulldog Invitational nts NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs.

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AQUATIC CENTER W Athens, Ga. L AQUATIC CENTER L AQUATIC CENTER Lexington, Ky. Athens, Ga.

Northwestern Georgia Florida SEC Champs. NCAA Zone B Diving NCAA Champs.

194-158 118-201 114-129 5th/9 nts 12th/45

2006-07 (4-4) Matt Kredich 10/20 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/27 Columbia, S.C. W 10/27 Columbia, S.C. W 11/10-11 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/10-11 AQUATIC CENTER L 11/17-19 Minneapolis, Minn. 1/6 Evanston, Ill. W 1/20 AQUATIC CENTER L 1/26 Gainesville, Fla. L 2/2-4 Lexington, Ky. 2/7-10 Lexington, Ky. 3/2-4 Athens, Ga. 3/8-10 Minneapolis, Minn.

Louisville 187-113 South Carolina 141-98 Kentucky 131-108 Auburn 143.5-203.5 Stanford 108-245 Minnesota Invitational 2nd/12 Northwestern 210-139 Georgia 102-141 Florida 86-157 SEC Diving Champs. SEC Champs. 5th/10 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 10th/43

2007-08 (5-3) Matt Kredich 10/20 Louisville, Ky. W 10/26 AQUATIC CENTER W 10/26 AQUATIC CENTER W 11/9-10 Auburn, Ala. L 11/15-17 Bloomington, Ind. 11/30-12/1 Austin, Texas 1/3-5 Athens, Ga. 1/5 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/18 AQUATIC CENTER W 1/26 Athens, Ga. L 2/1 AQUATIC CENTER L 2/20-23 Tuscaloosa, Ala. 3/14-16 Auburn, Ala. 3/20-22 Columbus, Ohio

Louisville 207-93 South Carolina 213-87 Kentucky 187-113 Auburn 146-201 Hoosierland Open (Swim) nts Texas Diving Invitational nts Georgia Diving Invitational nts Northwestern 220-131 Indiana 172-128 Georgia 139-161 Florida 144-156 SEC Champs. 4th/10 NCAA Zone B Diving nts NCAA Champs. 8th/50

2008-09 (8-2) Matt Kredich 10/16 AJIAC W Univ. of the Cumberlands 101-27 10/16 AJIAC W Louisville 168-132 10/17 AJIAC W Arkansas 197-103 10/17 AJIAC W Vanderbilt 248-48 11/1 Lexington, Ky. W Kentucky 201-95 11/20-22 AJIAC Allan Jones Invite nts 1/3-5 AJIAC Tenn. Diving Invite nts 1/9-10 Bloomington, Ind. W Indiana Quad 1st, 963 pts 1/24 AJIAC L Georgia 142-158 1/30 Gainesville, Fla. L Florida 124-174 2/18-21 Auburn, Ala. SEC Champs. 4th/10 2/23-3/1 AJIAC Last Chance Meet nts 3/13-15 AJIAC NCAA Zone B Diving nts 3/19-21 College Station, Texas NCAA Champs. 13th/48 2009-10 (3-4) Matt Kredich 10/15 Louisville, Ky. L Louisville 148-152 10/30 Baton Rouge, La. W LSU 170-130 10/17 AJIAC W Kentucky 193-103 10/17 AJIAC W South Carolina 179-121 11/19-21 AJIAC UT Invitational 3rd/4 1/3-5 Athens, Ga. Georgia Diving Invite nts 1/9 Charlottesville, Va. L Virginia 124.5-175.5 1/23 Athens, Ga. L Georgia 111-189 1/29 AJIAC L Florida 130-170 2/17-20 Athens, Ga. SEC Champs. 4th/10 2/26-27 AJIAC Last Chance Meet nts 3/12-14 Atlanta, Ga. NCAA Zone B Diving nts 3/18-20 West Lafayette, Ind. NCAA Champs. 13th/48 * - information not available dnp - did not place nts - no team scoring

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All-Time Lady Vols Swimmers A Luciana Abe, SĂĄo Paulo, Brazil 97,98 Aleksa Akerfelds, Bronxville, N.Y. 08,09,10,11 Veronique Alderson, West Point, N.Y. 83 Melissa Allen, Augusta, Ga. 74,75 Abbie Alton, Lawrenceville, Ga. 09,10,11 Marcella Amar, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 95,96,97 Catherine Andrews, Jacksonville, Fla. 80 Janie Armington, Indianapolis, Ind. 83 Jenifer Arnold, San Rafael, Calif. 94,95,96 Raellen Arnold, Sevierville, Tenn. 01,02,03 Katherine Ashley, Belle Meade, N.J 91 Tatiana Athayde, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 03,04,05 Claire August, Duluth, Ga. 97 B Jenny Banner, Knoxville, Tenn. 78,79 Julie Barker, Palm Springs, Fla. 82,83,84 Alex Barsanti, Hummelstown, Pa. 08,09,10 Noelle Bassi, Franklin Lakes, N.J. 03 Amy Baxter, Huntsville, Ala. 85,86,87,88 Deborah Baxter, Knoxville, Tenn. 86 Missy Bell, Springfield, Va. 98,99,00,01 Sarah Bervoets, Nashville, Tenn. 85,86 Kim Blair, Knoxville, Tenn. 86,87,88 Jessica Blevins, Bluefield, W.Va. 02,03,04,05 Kara Boland, Lafayette Hill, Pa. 03,04,05 Brooke Boncher, West Newbury, Mass. 07,08 Susan Borman, Wichita Falls, Texas 83 Lindsey Brackens, Memphis, Tenn. 09,10,11 Melissa Brackett, Chattanooga, Tenn. 73,74 Nicole Brannock, Ellicott City, Md. 00,01,02,03 Brenda Breese, Sylvania, Ohio 76 Graciela Breece-Rodriguez, Boulder, Colo. 03,04,05 Stephanie Brinser, Richmond, Va. 89,90,91,92 Lindsey Brock, Roswell, Ga. 00,01,02 Betsy Brockman, Batavia, Ohio 03,04,05,06 Eeiron Brown, Kingsport, Tenn. 96,97 Liz Brown, Richmond, Va. 81,82,83,84 Heather Burgess, Midlothian, Va. 85,86,87,88 J.B. Burrell, Lansing, Mich. 82,83 Christy Bussard, Knoxville, Tenn. 75,76 Catherine Byrne, Solon, Ohio 89,90,91,92

WHERE THEY ARE FROM

During the program’s 39-year history, athletes from 30 states and 10 foreign countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Czech Republic, England, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago and Zimbabwe, have competed for the Lady Vol swimming and diving team. C Misty Cain, Marietta, Ga. 04,05,06,07 Carol Calloway, Maryville, Tenn. 77,78 Laura Campbell 75 Laura Capps, Knoxville, Tenn. 75 Mari Carlson, Huntsville, Ala. 87,88 Michele Cary, Prince George, Va. 82,83 Elizabeth Christy, Indianapolis, Ind. 04,05,06,07 Kate Chronic, Boulder, Colo. 83,84 Courtney Ciesielski, Marietta, Ga. 11 Meg Cifers, Knoxville, Tenn. 75 Patty Clark, North Palm Beach, Fla. 82,83,84 Tiffany Clay, Mason, Ohio 04,05,06,07 Paige Clemmens, Prospect, Ky. 74 Kristin Clodfelter, Corpus Christi, Texas 90 Libby Cochran, Maryville, Tenn. 76,79,80 Betsy Cofer, Reston, Va. 79 Kathy Coffin, Colonial Heights, Va. 83,84 Kirstyn Colonias, Danville, Calif. 10,11 Keely Cone, Greenfield, Ind. 87 Cary Conley, Healdsburg, Calif. 97,98,99 Mary Conlin, Knoxville, Tenn. 73,74,75 Jenny Connolly, Lafayette, Ind. 09, 10, 11 Valerie Conte, Bensenville, Ill. 99,00,01,02 Liz Cooper, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 86,87 Kathy Corcoran, Cincinnati, Ohio 84,85,86 Brigid Corr, Great Neck, N.Y. 88 Heather Coulson, Richmond, Va. 88,89,90,91 Dinah Cox, Knoxville, Tenn. 79 Susan Craig, Donelson, Tenn. 79 Jane Cross, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 79 Bryttany Curran, Cary, N.C. 07,08,09,10 Lisa Czarniecki, Cincinnati, Ohio 83

D Amy Danchik, Plano, Texas 01,02 Julie Darby, Franklin, Tenn. 88,89,90 Bambi Davis, Chattanooga, Tenn. 75,76,77 Kari Ann Davis, Antioch, Calif. 94,95,96,97 Liane Deere, Nashville, Tenn. 81,82 Karen Delk, Willingboro, N.J. 80,81 Nicole deMan, Walnut Creek, Calif. 93,94,95,96 Tori DeSilvia, Syracuse, N.Y. 96,97,98 Sandy Dibble, Greeneville, Tenn. 81 Caroline Dill, Greenville, S.C. 82 Mary Doyle, South Orange, N.J. 78 Tara Doyle, Brentwood, Tenn. 82 Karla Driesler, Bartow, Fla. 84,85,86,87 Annabel Droussiotis, Limassol, Cyprus 85,86,87,88 Jacque Fessel left Tennessee in 2006 with nine All93 America honors and as the Lady Vol record-holder in Michelle Duvall, Broken Arrow, Okla. Sally Dzikowski, Parlin, N.J. 74 the 100y and 200y backstroke.

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E Shelley Eaton, Terrace Park, Ohio 97 Barb Ehring, Levittown, Pa. 77,78 Amy Elfman, Doylestown, Pa. 92 Azurdee Engel, Duluth, Ga. 98,99,00,01 Susan Erasmus, Westville, South Africa 84,85,86,87 Alison Evangelista, Medford Lks., N.J. 85,86,87 F Morgan Farrell, Pensacola, Fla. 08,09,10,11 Laura Fehrman, St. Charles, Ill. 05,06,07,08 Tanya Felton, Leesburg, Fla. 98,99,00,01 Valerie Fenter, Spring, Texas 02 Sandy Ferrin, Sunnyvale, Calif. 79,81,82 Jacque Fessel, Cincinnati, Ohio 03,04,05,06 Kelly Finley, Holland, Pa. 06 Jil Fletcher, Knoxville, Tenn. 78,79,80 Kelsey Floyd, Lexington, Ky. 10,11 Breanna Folk, Mohrsville, Pa. 10,11 Nancy Fosnaught, Cookeville, Tenn. 84,85 Valerie Franse, Knoxville, Tenn. 80,81 Alex Frasier, New Bedford, Mass. 11 Amber Fuller, Yakima, Wash. 01 Susan Furkin, Columbia, Ill. 00 G Maddie Garrett, Nashville, Tenn. 09,10,11 Katie Gehring, Punta Gorda, Fla. 06,07,08,09 Samara Gelb, Clarksville, Md. 09,10,11 Lindsay Gendron, Bloomington, Ill. 11 Deirdre Gildea, Cocoa Beach, Fla. 86,87,88,89 Sandy Glafenhein, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 77,78,79,80 Ellie Glover, Asheville, N.C. 75 Michelle Gobrecht, Elizabethtown, Pa. 93,94,95,96 Wendy Goldman, Kingsport, Tenn. 85 Angie Graham, Fort Myers, Fla. 93 Jenny Grathwohl, Cincinnati, Ohio 89,90,91,92 Mollie Graves, Knoxville, Tenn. 75 Diane Green, Sunnyvale, Calif. 82 Nancy Gribben, Weston, Ontario 91,92,93,94 Wendy Gwaltney, Richmond, Va. 86,87 H Bethany Hall, Knoxville, Tenn. Doreen Haller, Fort Myers, Fla. Liz Hamann, Antioch, Tenn. Susan Hamre, Birmingham, Ala. Laura Hancock, Spanish Fort, Ala. Pam Hanson, LaCrosse, Wis. Lynn Hardiman, Tampa, Fla. Sallye Hartman, Jackson, Tenn.

00,01,02,03 79,80,81 79,80 72 99,00,01,02 98,99,00,01 73,74,75,76 05,06,07

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All-Time Lady Vols Rebecca Hartzell, Sellersville, Pa. 97 Karen Hartwig, Verona, N.J. 79 Keira Heath, Greenwich, Conn. 07 Lynn Heestand, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 76 Jenny Heffernan, Greeneville, Tenn. 99,00,01 Jennifer Hesp, Beavercreek, Ohio 88,89,90,91 Kennedy Higdon, Knoxville, Tenn. 11 Libby Hill, Sunnyvale, Calif. 81,82,83,84 Kathy Hoffman, Beavercreek, Ohio 89,90,91,92 Carrie Hollman, Fort Myers, Fla. 80,81 Julie House, Nashville, Tenn. 79,80,81 Kerry Howland, Wheaton, Ill. 74,75,76 Missy Hoy, Somerset, Mass. 88,89,90,91 Leah Hughes, Knoxville, Tenn. 85,86 I Tracy Ignatosky, Reading, Pa.

87,88,89

J Claire Jackson, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 79,80,81 Raquel James, Port of Spain, Trinidad 90,91,92,93 Dianne Johnson, Maryville, Tenn. 78 Julie Johnson, Columbia, Mo. 83 Kerste Johnson, Houston, Texas 72 Peggy Johnson 75 Bianca Jones, Palm Beach, Australia 00,01,02 Maureen Jones, Sarasota, Fla. 82,83 Maria Jugan, Knoxville, Tenn. 06,07,08,09 K Kathy Kearney, Hendersonville, Tenn. 84 Meghan Keefer, Fort Wayne, Ind. 04 Kathy Keirstead, Bristol, Tenn. 81,82 Laura Kersey, Boca Raton, Fla. 87,88,89,90 Michele King, York, Pa. 07,08,09,10 Anne Kitzrow, Kingsport, Tenn. 76,77 Ashley Knapik, Baltimore, Md. 07 Karen Koleber, Washington, Mich. 85,86,87,88 Janice Krauser, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 72 Kristen Krenitsky, Rochester, N.Y. 93,94 Becky Krone, Dover, Pa. 91 Page Kunst, Cincinnati, Ohio 89,90,91,92

L Jeanne Landry, Lafayette, Tenn. 72 Michelle Lane, Dunwoody, Ga. 89,90,91,92 Betsy Lange, Hinsdale, Ill. 06,07,08 Linda Lee, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 78 Gina Leekley, Wilmette, Ill. 79,80 Robin Lewis, Huntington, Conn. 91,92 Stephanie Livers, Elizabethtown, Ky. 93,94,95,96 Danielle Lundy, Columbia, Md. 03,04 Julia Lutz, Lilburn, Ga. 04,05,06,07 Angie Lynch, Granger, Ind. 93,94,95,96 M Melanie Maassen, Los Alamos, N.M. 00,01 Samantha Maccherola, Mount Airy, Md. 06,07 Christine Magnuson, Tinley Park, Ill. 05,06,07,08 Jennifer Mancini, Raleigh, N.C. 96,97,98 Kim Marsden, Kinnelon, N.J. 88 Paula Marsiglia, Sáo Paulo, Brazil 97,98 Therese Marsh, Sydney, Australia 84 Susan Marshall, Dalton, Pa. 83,84 Dana Martin, Brentwood, Tenn. 78,79 Tonya Mashburn, Durham, N.C. 91,92 Emily Massey, Knoxville, Tenn. 77 Carly Mathes, Kettering, Ohio 06,07,08,09 Sarah McCall, Knoxville, Tenn. 06,07,08,09 Trish McCollum, Knoxville, Tenn. 93 Susan McFarland, Milan, Tenn. 78 Lisa McGill, Gatlinburg, Tenn. 78 Jenny McGrath, Knoxville, Tenn. 89,90,91,92 Kristin McGrath, Durango, Colo. 03,04,05 Erin McGriff, Fort Myers, Fla. 95,96,97,98 Mary Kate McNeilis, Dublin, Ohio 11 Katie Melka, Marietta, Ga. 01,02,03 Julie Millis, Ormond Beach, Fla. 93,94,95,96 Jamie Minnich, Ashland, Ohio 94,95 Elaina Mitek, Marietta, Ga. 92,93 Leslie Mix, Issaquah, Wash. 94,95,96,97,98

Fabiola Molina, Sáo Jose dos Campos, Brazil 95,96,97,98

Teresa Moodie, Harare, Zimbabwe 99,00 Carol Moore, Memphis, Tenn. 73,74 Martina Moravcikova, Prague, Czech Rep. 08, 09,10,11 Jenny Mund, Knoxville, Tenn. 75,76,77

N Courtney Naparlo, Williamsburg, Va. 01,02,03 Brittany Nauta, Tampa, Fla. 06,07,08,09 Karla Neal, Murfreesboro, Tenn. 07 Marcia Nemeck, Knoxville, Tenn. 76 Sarah Nichols, Camarillo, Calif. 96,97,98,99 Suzy Norcliffe, Jacksonville, Fla. 99,00,01 Nancy Nutter, Henderson, Tenn. 80 O Wendy Oakes, Chattanooga, Tenn. Allison O’Dell, Knoxville, Tenn. Kaitlyn Orstein, Pittsburgh, Pa.

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P Julie Paque, Shorewood, Wis. 77,78 Julie Parkes, Belfast, Northern Ireland 84 Cindy Parkinson, Knoxville, Tenn. 83 Jennifer Parsons, Brentwood, Tenn. 95,96 Tillie Patterson, Knoxville, Tenn. 83,87 Sarah Payette, Sebastopol, Calif. 96,97,98,99 Caitlin Perks, Warrenton, Va. 09,10,11 Kari Peterson, Chattanooga, Tenn. 99,00 Elizabeth Philp, Adelaide, Australia 99,00,01,02 Sloane Pitman, Chattanooga, Tenn. 10,11 Cortney Piper, Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. 99,00,01,02 Caroline Poling, Columbia, Tenn. 06 Mary Kirk Pollard, Charlotte, N.C. 06,07 Emily Plummer, Concord, Calif. 95,96,97,98 Nancy Purvis, Brentwood, Tenn. 95,96 Q Ashley Quinn, Knoxville, Tenn.

06,07,08,09

R Jackie Ramser, Houston, Texas 76 Christi Reed, Lillian, Ala. 90 Sharon Regas, Knoxville, Tenn. 75,76 Caroline Reeves, Milton, Tenn. 11 Tori Richmond, Palm City, Fla. 09,10,11 Sarah Ridgway, St. Croix, U.S.V.I. 04,05 Janet Risser, Austin, Texas 82,83,84 Amy Roberts, Boxboro, Mass. 03 Cynthia Roberts, Blacksburg, Va. 81 Yvette Robling, Muncie, Ind. 93 Sara Rodenburg, Lansing, Ill. 94 Kathy Rom, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 73 Kristy Rom, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 75 Linda Rule, Copperhill, Tenn. 75,76,77,78

S Peg Saalfeld, Richmond, Ky. 82 Jamie Saffer, Roswell, Ga. 07,08,09,10 Kathryn Sampson, McMinnville, Ore. 10,11 Grace Ann Sanderson, Nashville, Tenn. 11 Laura Sawyer, Cleveland, Tenn. 84 Teresa Schneider, Ellicott City, Md. 86 Allison Sells, Seymour, Tenn. 80 Anne Serina, Atlanta, Ga. 95,96 Teresa Sestak, Binghamton, N.Y. 86,87,88 Karen Seykora 74 Monica Shannahan, San Diego, Calif. 99,00,01,02 Kelly Shea, Oakland, Calif. 97 Kelly Shedden, Hendersonville, Tenn. 97,98 Christie Shefchunas, Franklin, Pa. 94,95,96,97 Karen Sherman, South Charleston, W.Va. 88 Linda Sherwin, Kingsport, Tenn. 76 Tina Silbersack, Cincinnati, Ohio 93,94,95,96 Ann Skaggs, Columbus, Ohio 73 89,90 Megan Tomes etched her name in the UT record books by earning 16 All-America awards in her four years at UT. Mallory Slaughter, Huntsville, Ala. Lexie Smith 74 Megan Smith, Bend, Ore. 94

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All-Time Lady Vols Karen Soard, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 72 Lauren Solernou, Waterbury, Conn. 11 Kristin Souppa, Naperville, Ill. 02,03 Michelle Spears, Maryville, Tenn. 83 Jill Sprecher, Cincinnati, Ohio 96,97,98,99 Beverly Stancell, Knoxville, Tenn. 88 Natalie Stevens, Concord, Tenn. 80 Julia Stowers, Knoxville, Tenn. 05 Ashley Sudduth, Greenville, S.C. 93,94,95,96 T Laura Temple 75 Taryn Ternent, Edenvale, South Africa 03,04 Alison Terry, San Diego, Calif. 93 Abbi Terveer, Lima, Ohio 03,04,05,06 Bonnie Thor, Knoxville, Tenn. 75,76 Karen Thor, Knoxville, Tenn. 78,79 Marti Tickle, Johnson City, Tenn. 77,78,79,80 Laura Tomes, Cincinnati, Ohio 07,08 Megan Tomes, Cincinnati, Ohio 04,05,06,07 Diane Townsend, Cleveland, Tenn. 82,83 Livia Trevisan, Londrinia, Brazil 02 Sarah Turner, Cincinnati, Ohio 93,94,95,96 V Lisa Vandersluis, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 82 Danyelle Vincent, Rohnert Park, Calif. 05,06,07,08 Dianna Vogel, Denville, N.J. 88,89,90 Randi Vogel, Maineville, Ohio 03,04 W Beth Wallace, Holland, Pa. 77,78 Brooke Watson, Memphis, Tenn. 10,11 Tricia Watson, Crossville, Tenn. 74 Tricia Weaner, Gettysburg, Pa. 08,09,10,11 Marcelle Webber, Durban, South Africa 85,86 Sarah Weis, Sylvania, Ohio 89,90,91,92 Mary Nan Welch, Concord, Tenn. 76 Andrea Wentzel, Dover, Pa. 89,90,91,92 Erikka Westman, Brentwood, Tenn. 00 GeeGee Wharton, Wenatchee, Wash. 87 Cheryl White, Ellicott City, Md. 93,94,95,96 Katy White, Dallas, Texas 98,99,00 Linda White, Vienna, W.V. 79 Carol Wiegand, Shorewood, Ill. 83,84

Kim Wild, Knoxville, Tenn. 80 Amanda Wilding, Williamsburg, Va. 96,97 Daena Wilds, Versailles, Ky. 81 Atlantis Wilkins, Bolingbrook, Ill. 09,10,11 Christy Williams, Maryville, Tenn. 80,81 Sue Wilson, Knoxville, Tenn. 76,77 Sara Wingfield, Fort Pierce, Fla. 00,01,02,03 Nancy Winkler, Stony Brook, N.Y. 88 Cathy Wojcik, Old Hickory, Tenn. 79,80,81 Susan Wright, Knoxville, Tenn. 78,79,80 Elizabeth Wueste, Norcross, Ga. 02,03,04,05

F Traci Felty, Bristol, Tenn. 81 Martha Flowers, Knoxville, Tenn. 77,78 Lizzy Flynt, Auburn, Ala. 99,00,01 Linda Fritz, Madison, Conn. 79 Brittany Fulmer, Maryville, Tenn. 04,05,06,07 G Heidi Gilbert, Houston, Texas

89,90,91,92

H Angela Harms, Aloha, Ore.

00 Y Ashley Yeager, Mechanicsburg, Pa. 04,05,06,07 L Debbie Yonke, Spring City, Tenn. 87 Tori Lamp, Knoxville, Tenn. 10,11 Marianna York, Yuba City, Calif. 93,94 Lauren LeRoy, Oshkosh, Wis. 05,06,07,08 Sue Lichtenberger, Cleveland, Tenn. 74 Z Vicky Linnell, Prospect, South Australia 06,07,08 Franca Zaretzky, Brooklyn, N.Y. 88 Mary Long, Lexington, S.C. 79,80 Kate Zenda, Marblehead, Mass. 89,90,91,92 M Lee Mahan, Decatur, Ga. 74,75,76 Liz Mauldin, Huntsville, Ala. 86 Divers Staley McCartney, Knoxville, Tenn. 06,07,08,09 Lauryn McCalley, Moultrie, Ga. 02,03,04,05 A Jodie McGroarty, Sheffield, England 09,10,11 Dawn Andreas, Austin, Texas 94 Jane Anthony, Peachtree City, Ga. 84,85,86,87 Allison Menger, Wimberley, Texas 91,92,93,94 Gailya Miazza, Simsbury, Conn. 79 Summer Miller, McKinney, Texas 95,96 B 99,00 Alicia Ball, Knoxville, Tenn. 96,97,98,99 Bethany Minser, Maryville, Tenn. Sara Benton, Knoxville, Tenn. 74,75,76 O Stacy Binyon, Southlake, Texas 00,01,02,03 Tracy Bonner, Houston, Texas 93,94,95,96,97 Laine Owen, Norman, Okla. Debbie Brandenburg, Cincinnati, Ohio 80 P Sandy Britton, Germantown, Tenn. 75,76,77 Kathy Pesek, Houston, Texas Dawn Burton, Long Beach, Calif. 95,96,97 Jill Pierce, Knoxville, Tenn. C Heather Chapman, Indianapolis, Ind.

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R Mary Reker, Chattanooga, Tenn. 85 Karla Richardson, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 81 D Dianne Demontbreun, Gallatin, Tenn. 78 Susan Rosenvinge, Oak Ridge, Tenn. 81,82,83,84 Maria Dietz, Minnetonka, Minn. 87,88,89,90 S Skye Sanders, Knoxville, Tenn. 10,11 E Jaime Sanger, Plymouth, Minn. 00,01,02,03 Marci Eppler, Lutherville, Md. 79 Cheri Sears, Atlanta, Ga. 95,96,97,98 Lara Shostle, Louisville, Ky. 88 Ashley Showalter, Knoxville, Tenn. 03 Natalie Shropshire, Miami, Fla. 74 03

T Michelle Tenut, Hendersonville, Tenn. 88 Gabrielle Trudeau, Montreal, Canada 09,10,11 Patti Turpin, Bristol, Tenn. 79 V Laura Vallas, New Orleans, La.

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W Kylee Wells, Russiaville, Ind. 01,02,03,04 Barbara White, Crossville, Tenn. 79,80 Julianne Wilson, Chattanooga, Tenn. 11 Jane Woodard, Cape Town, South Africa 98,99,00 Bold indicates current Lady Vols

Tracy Ignatosky collected All-America honors 19 times during her Lady Vol career from 1987-89.

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THIS IS TENNESSEE

In This Section The University of Tennessee.................................................. 74 Welcome to Knoxville............................................................... 74 History of Lady Vol Athletics................................................. 75 Women’s Athletic Director Joan Cronan.............................. 76 Tennessee Traditions and Endowments.............................. 77 The Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center........... 78-80


The University of Tennessee Founded as Blount College in 1794, the University of Tennessee became the state’s first public university and its comprehensive land-grant research institution in 1879. Tennessee’s only public Carnegie Doctoral/ResearchExtensive University, UT ranked 51st among U.S. News and World Report’s Top Public Universities in the country. The University’s colleges and schools offer more than 300 degree programs to its 27,101 students, who come from every county in Tennessee, every state in the nation and more than 100 foreign countries. Females account for 51 percent of the student body and the university has a 14.2 percent total minority enrollment.

Knoxville When Tennessee became a state on June 1, 1796, Knoxville was distinguished as its first capital. The capital has since moved to Nashville, but the Blount Mansion and James White’s Fort still stand as gentle reminders of Knoxville’s historic past.

UT HONORS w The Princeton Review ranked UT as one of the top 50 universities in the nation in 2009 for “best value,” based on the quality of academics and amount of financial aid compared to costs. w The class of 2014 has an average GPA of 3.81, compared to 3.79 last year. More than 41 percent of this year’s incoming freshmen had high school grade point averages of 4.0 or better.

The city of Knoxville has grown into a cosmopolitan area with numerous attractions and more than 500 restaurants. It serves as the headquarters to the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the nation’s largest public utility, and is known as a technology corridor of the Southeast.

w The Princeton Review named UT as a “Best Southeastern College” for its high standards and outstanding reputation among higher education institutions in the Southeast.

Knoxville is located in the geographical center of the eastern United States and is within a day’s drive of half of the nation’s population. Knox County is situated at the crossroads of three major interstates, I-75, I-40 and I-81.

w Forbes Magazine ranks the UT MBA program 24th among all national programs.

Knoxville’s city population is 177,661 with a metropolitan area population of approximately 704,431, which includes Knox, Anderson, Blount, Loudon, Sevier and Union counties.

w U.S. News & World Report placed the College of Law’s clinical training program in 15th place among national public institutions. w The UT nuclear engineering program ranks 12th in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report.

Dr. Jan Simek became interim president of the University of Tennessee on July 1, 2009.

Dr. Jimmy Cheek became chancellor of the University of Tennessee on Feb. 1, 2009.

Dr. Dan Murphy was appointed the NCAA Faculty Athletic Representative on Nov. 7, 2009.

w UT has been named a Top 100 degree producer for AfricanAmerican doctorate degrees, according to DIVERSE: Issues in Higher Education magazine.

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION STATEMENT: University of Tennessee does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status in provision of educational programs and services or employment opportunities and benefits. This policy extends to both employment by and admission to the University. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, or disability in its education programs and activities pursuant to the requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in its efforts to ensure a welcoming environment for all persons, does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation in its campus-based programs, services, and activities. Inquiries and complaints should be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity. Inquiries and charges of violation concerning Title VI, Title IX, Section 504, ADA or the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) or any of the other above referenced policies should be directed to the Office of Equity and Diversity (OED), 1840 Melrose Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37996‑3560, telephone (865) 974‑2498 (V/TTY available) or 974-2440. Requests for accommodation of a disability should be directed to the ADA Coordinator at the UTK Office of Human Resources, 600 Henley Street, Knoxville, TN 37996‑4125. The University of Tennessee is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Title IX/Section 504/ADA/ADEA institution in the provision of its education and employment programs and services.

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History of Lady Vol Athletics Though female athletes have competed at UT since 1903, they have been managed by a separate administration only since 1976. For over 30 years, athletics for women at Tennessee have enjoyed an enormous amount of growth and success. The department has been a model for other women’s programs across the country because of its competitive teams, outstanding facilities, quality staff members and excellent graduation rates among student-athletes. Intercollegiate athletics for women at the University of Tennessee officially began during the 1976-77 academic year. The UT women’s department had nine intercollegiate sports at that time, including basketball, cross country, field hockey, gymnastics, swimming and diving, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field, and volleyball. In the inaugural year, the staff numbered 17 and a budget of $120,000 serviced approximately 75 athletes. Despite the fact that field hockey and gymnastics are no longer a part of the department, growth in staff, budget and sports continually increased through the 1970s and into the 21st century. Under current athletics director Joan Cronan, nearly 115 staff members are on hand to support 227 studentathletes. Cronan directs a department that posts an operating budget of nearly $16.5 million.

With the passage of the Restoration Act of 1988, the original mandates of Title IX were met at Tennessee with the annexation of four sports. Golf was the first added to UT’s plate in 1992. Rowing and softball joined the family during the 1995-96 season, and soccer, the 11th women’s intercollegiate sport at Tennessee, began play in the fall of 1996. The 2009-10 academic and athletic campaigns for the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers culminated with 127 student-athletes earning academic honors (an amazing 56 percent) while the Orange and White teams placed third in the Southeastern Conference AllSports Trophy standings. In the field of competition, the overall winning percentage for all Lady Vol teams during the 2009-10 season was a stellar 70.3 percent. A total of 11 Tennessee student-athletes earned All-America citations. UT claimed the SEC regular season and tournament championships in basketball. The softball team finished third at the Women’s College World Series, missing the Championship series by one game. Phoebe Wright captured NCAA titles in the indoor and outdoor 800m and was a member of the NCAA Indoor DMR championship squad. The doubles team of Caitlin Whoriskey and Natalie Pluskota reached the finals of the NCAA Tournament in tennis, while the 200y medley relay squad of Jenny Connolly, Alex Barsanti, Kelsey Floyd and Michele King finished runner-up at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships.

Did You Know That All-Time... w 1 of every 7 Lady Vols has achieved All-America status w 1 of every 3.25 Lady Vols has garnered All-Southeastern Conference honors w 1 of every 2.5 Lady Vols has earned All-Academic recognition w1,734 student-athletes have competed for the Lady Vols through the 2009-10 school year

Catchings, Kara Lawson, Christine Magnuson, Fabiola Molina, Candace Parker, Dee Dee Trotter and Rhian Wilkinson) making the trip to Beijing, China, for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad w 538 Lady Vols have received 907 All-SEC honors w 276 UT women have garnered 1,033 All-America awards

w 45 of the 50 states within the U.S. have been represented, along with 29 foreign countries

w 76 student-athletes have totaled 122 Academic All-America accolades

w 36 Lady Vols have combined to make 49 appearances in the Olympics, with a contingent of eight (Monica Abbott, Tamika

w 690 Lady Vols have been awarded 1,412 Academic All-SEC citations

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w 77 national titles have been brought back to Knoxville by 38 individuals in the sports of swimming and diving and track and field w Tennessee women’s teams have celebrated 11 national championships during the existence of the women’s athletics department. Track and field claimed the first crown in 1981 at the AIAW Outdoor Championships, as well as the 2005 and 2009 trophy at the NCAA Indoor Championships. Legendary UT Head Coach Pat Summitt, meanwhile, has guided her Lady Vol squads to NCAA hoops triumphs in 1987, 1989, 1991, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2007 and 2008.

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Joan Cronan

Women’s Athletics Director Triumphant collegiate programs are able to distinguish themselves from their counterparts because of superiority on the field of competition and within the classroom. Under the vision and direction of Women’s Athletics Director Joan Cronan, a heavily-requested speaker on leadership and motivation on the national and local levels, the University of Tennessee Lady Vols have garnered a reputation as one of the most visible and respected programs throughout the nation. UT’s success in both the athletic and academic realms speaks volumes to her decision-making and leadership ability, as demonstrated by her peers at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) as they named her as president of their organization for 2008-09. Cronan is also a former president of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA). Both organizations have also honored Cronan as well. She was selected by NACWAA to receive their 2005 Athletic Director of the Year award. In 2004, Cronan was honored by NACDA with their Southeast Region Athletic Director of the Year award. In 2009, the United States Sports Academy elected Cronan to its Board and she was presented with the Overall Cumulative Record (27 Years) • 7,812-3,473-72 • .691 Winning Percentage Team Highlights • 10 NCAA Titles • 45 Top-Five NCAA Finishes • 78 Top-10 NCAA Finishes • 28 SEC Regular-Season Crowns • 22 SEC Tournament Championships Individual Accomplishments • 2009 Elected to U.S. Sports Academy Board of Trustees • 2009 Awarded Women of Achievement: “Women Who Make A Difference” by International Women’s Forum • 2008-09 NACDA President • 2008 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Inductee • 2008 Florence Crittenton Agency spokesperson • 2007-08 NACWAA President • 2006 Directed Lady Vols to SEC’s Women’s All-Sport Award • 2005 NACWAA Athletic Director of the Year • 2005 Directed Lady Vols to SEC’s Women’s All-Sport Award • 2004 Directed Lady Vols to SEC’s Women’s All-Sport Award • 2004 NACDA Southeast Region Athletic Director of the Year • 2003 FCA Hall of Champions Inductee • 1998 Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame Administrator of the Year • 1995 NACWAA Regional Athletic Director of the Year • 1995 LSU’s Alumni Hall of Distinction Inductee • 1994 Toastmaster’s International Communication and Leadership Award Recipient • 1994 AOPi Citizen of the Year Award • 1990 College of Charleston Hall of Fame Inductee • 1987 WBCA Leadership Award Recipient • 1980 Directed No. 1 Women’s athletics program in country as voted by AWSF

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Women of Achievement Award: “Women Who Make a Difference” by the International Women’s Forum. Now entering her 28th year at Tennessee, Cronan’s continued admiration by her peers and the community is well deserved because of her efforts in facilitating the operation of a first-class program, which has finished in the top two in the Southeastern Conference Women’s All-Sports Award from The New York Times Regional Newspaper Group for five of the past six years, including three first-place finishes. In three of the past five years, all 11 Lady Vol teams participated in postseason play. The UT women’s athletics department achieved a seventh place finish in the 2007 Director’s Cup – Tennessee’s highest finish ever. She strives not only to keep UT as one of the premier women’s athletics departments in the nation but also to improve women’s athletics on a local, regional and national level. Cronan joined UT from the College of Charleston in South Carolina, where she served as the athletics director for 10 years and was later inducted into that institution’s hall of fame. Under Cronan, the school was selected as the No. 1 women’s athletics program in the country in 1980 by the American Women’s Sports Foundation. Closer to home, Cronan is a past president of the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, is active on the boards of First Tennessee Bank and the YMCA, and has served as vice chair of the Leadership Knoxville board. She also works closely with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Athletes in Action, having served as a board member for the local FCA chapter and as a national trustee. In 2003, Cronan was inducted into the FCA Hall of Champions. Additionally, she finds time to be a deacon at Central Baptist Church-Bearden. In 1998, Cronan’s work earned her accord from the Knoxville Sports Hall of Fame, as she was named its Administrator of the Year. Other honors include chairing the 1991 Knoxville area United Way Fund Drive, serving as president of the Executive Women’s Association, receiving the 1994 Toastmaster’s International Communication and Leadership Award and earning the 1994 AOPi Citizen of the Year Award. In March of 1987, the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association honored her hard work, dedication and success by presenting her with its leadership award. She also won the 1995 regional award for the National Association of Collegiate Women’s Athletic Administrators. Cronan has served on the NCAA’s Executive Committee, Management Council, as well as the NCAA’s Council, and is a member of the NCAA Championship Cabinet. She also has been a member of

LADY VOLS UNDER CRONAN YEAR W L T 1983-84 129 42 1 1984-85 120 70 0 1985-86 135 93 1 1986-87 110 64 1 1987-88 147 71 0 1988-89 148 47 0 1989-90 168 45 0 1990-91 172 61 0 1991-92 157 58 0 1992-93 283 104 5 1993-94 282 118 0 1994-95 209 137 2 1995-96 269 146 2 1996-97 316 182 2 1997-98 395 179 3 1998-99 368 187 7 1999-00 306 195 3 2000-01 367 176 1 2001-02 393 197 4 2002-03 391 188 4 2003-04 462 186 5 2004-05 540 124 7 2005-06 426 155 4 2006-07 450 147 8 2007-08 360 172 3 2008-09 354 181 3 2009-10 355 148 6 TOTALS 7812 3473 72

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the Southeastern Conference Executive Committee. As a former coach, Cronan served a two-year stint at Tennessee from 1968 to 1970. In 1969, she led the women’s basketball team to an alternate berth in the first-ever National Invitational Collegiate Basketball Tournament. While at Charleston, she continued her success, not only as a basketball coach but in tennis as well. In 1981, she gave up coaching to devote her full-time attention to her duties as teacher and athletics director. A graduate of LSU, Cronan earned her B.S. in 1966 and her M.S. in 1968, both in physical education. She was a fall 1995 inductee into LSU’s Alumni Hall of Distinction. Currently an avid golfer and tennis player, Cronan was ranked as high as second in the South in doubles and is a former state and Southern doubles champion. Cronan makes her home in Gettysvue. She and her late husband Tom, who passed away on Aug. 18, 2006, after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer, have two daughters; Kristi (Mrs. Rhett Benner) and Stacey (Mrs. Kent Bristow), both 1994 graduates of UT; three grandsons, Chase Thomas and Reed Kent Bristow, and Quinn Leighton Benner; and two granddaughters, Reese Lauren Benner and Larkin Ann Bristow. UT WOMEN’S ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Women’s Athletics Department at the University of Tennessee is to provide opportunities for intercollegiate athletic participation and academic excellence at the highest possible level. Our goal is to enable outstanding student-athletes to maximize their potential both athletically and academically, while maintaining an environment which fosters sportsmanship and integrity.

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Tennessee Traditions NICKNAME The formation of the Women’s Intercollegiate Athletics Department for the 1976-77 academic year prompted much discussion concerning a proper nickname for the distaff athletes. After long consideration and debate, it was decided the female student-athletes would be known as “Lady Volunteers” or “Lady Vols.” The University of Tennessee, as the state’s land grant university, draws the nickname of its athletic teams (Volunteers) from the name most associated with the state. Tennessee acquired the name “The Volunteer State” in the early days of the 19th Century when General Andrew Jackson mustered large armies from his home state to fight the Indians and later the British at the Battle of New Orleans. The name became even more prominent in the Mexican War when Governor Aaron V. Brown issued a call for 2,800 men to battle Santa Anna, and some 30,000 volunteered. The name “Volunteers” or “Lady Volunteers” is frequently shortened to “Vols” or “Lady Vols” for the men’s and women’s athletic teams.

THE Volunteer Statue The spirit of university youth and its ideal of service, the statue was cast, placed in Circle Park and unveiled on April, 19, 1968.

Rocky Top

MASCOT The official mascot is Smokey, a rather pleasant blue tick coon hound that has been on the job since 1953. The dog is a native breed of Tennessee and is in a line of canines used for hunting raccoons. The present Smokey, the ninth in a line of such dogs provided by the family of the late Rev. W.C. Brooks of Knoxville, is appropriately called Smokey IX. Smokey was chosen as a result of the 1953 Pep Club contest to select a mascot. At Lady Vol events, a human version of Smokey accompanies the cheerleaders.

Wish that I was on ol’ ROCKY TOP, Down in the Tennessee hills; Ain’t no smoggy smoke on ROCKY TOP, Ain’t no telephone bills. Once I had a girl on ROCKY TOP, Half bear, other half cat; Wild as mink, but sweet as soda pop, I still dream about that.

[CHORUS] ROCKY TOP, you’ll ­­­always be Home sweet home to me; Good ol’ ROCKY TOP-ROCKY TOP Tennessee.

Once two strangers climbed ol’ ROCKY TOP Looking for a moonshine still; Strangers ain’t come down from ROCKY TOP, Reckon they never will. Corn won’t grow at all on ROCKY TOP, Dirt’s too rocky by far; That’s why all the folks on ROCKY TOP Get their corn from a jar.

[CHORUS] (Copyright 1967 by HOUSE OF BRYANT Publications, P.O. Box 120608, Nashville, TN 37212)

CHEERLEADERS Tennessee is one of a handful of women’s athletics programs that sponsors its own varsity cheerleading squad complete with full grant-inaid. The Lady Vol cheerleaders and mascot Smokey are chosen from a large try-out group in the spring. SCHOOL COLORS The colors Orange and White were selected by Charles Moore, a member of the first football team in 1891, and were later approved by a vote of the student body. The colors were those of the common American daisy which grew in profusion on “The Hill.” SPORTSMANSHIP Good sportsmanship is a necessary ingredient for wholesome athletic competition. The University of Tennessee cherishes the reputation its fans, students and athletes have earned for sportsmanship and for extending hospitality to our visitors. The Athletics Department urges Lady Vols fans to conduct themselves in such a way that will enhance the University’s reputation for providing a cordial atmosphere at sporting events.

the rock Unearthed in the 1960s, “The Rock” soon thereafter became a “canvas” for student messages. For years the university sandblasted away the messages but eventually deferred to students’ public artistic endeavors at the corner of Volunteer Blvd. and Pat Head Summitt Street. ROCKY TOP Over 40 years ago, a husband-wife song writing team, Boudleaux and Felice Bryant from Gatlinburg, Tenn., penned the song “Rocky Top.” Since that time, the tune has emerged as the unofficial fight song for UT athletic teams.

The Endowments Scholarship endowments are an integral aspect of the UT Women’s Athletics Department. In order to ensure the continuance of the Lady Volunteer program in the future, the department has set a goal of having all women’s athletics scholarships fully endowed. Sherri Parker Lee Swimming Endowment Breanna Folk Wayne Basler Women’s Athletic Swimming/Diving Endowed Scholarship Jenny Connolly Blalock Family Scholarship Endowment Mary Kate McNeilis Hartman Endowment for the Thornton Athletic Center Aleksa Akerfelds Lem & Hilda Keith Women’s Athletics Endowment Lindsey Brackens A. Dean & Ann Skadberg Fund for Student-Athlete Academic Excellence Martina Moravcikova Price/Wheeler Women’s Athletic Endowed Scholarship Jill Pierce

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The Allan Jones Aquatic Center The Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center gives Tennessee’s swimming and diving programs one of the nation’s finest facilities. Construction on the state-ofthe-art facility began in the fall of 2005 and was completed in April 2008. The AJIAC is highlighted by an eight-lane 50-meter by 25yard competition pool. With a depth of eight feet from end to end, it is one of the fastest collegiate pools in the country. A separate competition diving well features five platforms with heights varying from one to 10 meters. Other amenities include permanent seating for 1,800 spectators with a spacious deck area to accommodate up to 2,000 additional individuals, teams and other personnel Construction of the AJIAC began in October 2005 and was completed in April 2008. The state-of-the-art swimming and diving facility is named in honor of Allan Jones, who made a $4 million challenge gift as part of Tennessee’s STEP UP Capital Camcomfortably during meets. paign for athletic facilities. Unique to the AJIAC is Capital Campaign for athletic facilities. a scoreboard with three Also included in the new facility is a weight room, training different screens that can also be converted into one screen to show replays. An elevated timing booth and press box is room, and the University of Tennessee Swimming and built into the wall at the finish line of the pool. A large open- Diving Hall of Fame. The complex is clearly one of the finest deck concession area looks out over the competition pool. collegiate swimming and diving facilities in the country. The AJIAC was first formally used for competition in the The AJIAC, located adjacent to the existing Student summer of 2008 as USA Diving held its Olympic selection Aquatic Center, is a first-class complex capable of hosting the Southeastern Conference and NCAA Championships, camp at the new state-of-the-art facility from July 2-6, 2008. The University of Tennessee Athletics Department as well as national and international events. The location of the new aquatic center will give the Tennessee swimmers hosted an official dedication ceremony for the AJIAC on and divers the luxury of training at one of the few universities Saturday, Aug. 16, 2008. Past and present athletes and in the country that has three full-size 50-meter pools within coaches as well as contributors attended the formal affair. The dedication featured a spectacular diving exhibition, 200 feet of each other. The facility is named in honor of Allan Jones, who made fireworks, a performance by the “Pride of the Southland” a $4 million challenge gift as part of Tennessee’s STEP UP Marching Band and the announcement of the Dave Parrington Diving Scholarship by the family of former UT football coach Phillip Fulmer. In addition, Jones gave a speech and capped it by fulfilling a promise he made to the team during his initial pledge by leaping off of the five-meter board and doing a can-opener into the diving well. The AJIAC hosted seven events in its debut season, including the inaugural Allan Jones Invitational in November as well as the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships from March 13-15. This season, the Allan Jones Aquatic Center will host seven meets beginning with a dual meet versus Arkansas on Oct. 16. UT also will welcome Louisville on Oct. 21, Virginia on Jan. 8 and defending SEC champion Georgia on Jan. 8. On the invitational side, the Lady Vols will hold the UT The AJIAC is highlighted by an eight-lane 50-meter by 25-yard competition pool. With Invitational from Nov. 18-20, the UT Diving Invitational a depth of eight feet from end to end, it is one of the fastest pools in the country. from Jan. 3-5 and a Last Chance Meet from Feb. 25-26.

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The Allan Jones Aquatic Center “This facility is without a doubt one of the premier swimming and diving facilities in the country. We can not express our gratitude to Allan and Janie (Jones) enough for making this a reality for our student-athletes and generations of UT swimmers and divers to come.” - Tennessee women’s head coach Matt Kredich

“What makes the Allan Jones Aquatic Center great is all the amazing resources, which are undoubtedly the best in the country, and our rockin’ team room and locker room.” - Former Lady Vol and All-American Alex Barsanti

“The Allan Jones Aquatic Center is my favorite place to compete in the nation. I love Big Orange Country and this facility exemplifies what Tennessee Swimming and Diving is all about pride, tradition, passion and performance.” - Senior Tricia Weaner

“The new Allan Jones Intercollegiate Aquatic Center will enable our swimming and diving program to have one of the nicest facilities in the country. We look forward to being able to show off our venue when we host national-type events.” - UT Women’s Athletics Director Joan Cronan

ALLAN JONES INTERCOLLEGIATE AQUATIC CENTER RECORDS

“It’s a phenomenal brand-new facility with everything we could ever need. We are very lucky to have all of the equipment we need for training in one building.” - Junior Samara Gelb

Event Time 50 free 22.55 100 free 49.65 200 free 1:47.50 500 free 4:44.15 1000y free 9:51.74 1650 free 16:09.92 100 fly 52.83 200 fly 1:58.96 100 back 53.92 200 back 1:55.08 100 breast 59.42 200 breast 2:11.06 200 IM 1:59.27 400 IM 4:19.87 200 free relay 1:29.60 400 free relay 3:19.35 800 free relay 7:21.14 200 medley relay 1:38.78 400 medley relay 3:41.68 1-meter diving 310.35 3-meter diving 350.55 Platform 309.20

Short Course Yards Date/Meet Sara Smith (VT) 11/20/08 Tennessee Invite Lindsey Martin (Davidson) 2/20/10 CSSA Champs Melanie Costa Schmidt (UF) 1/29/10 vs. Florida Wendy Trott (UGA) 1/24/09 vs. Georgia Wendy Trott (UGA) 1/24/09 vs. Georgia Erika Hajnal (VT) 11/21/09 Tennessee Invite Claire Donahue (WKU) 3/1/09 Last Chance Meet Brooke Watson (UT) 2/27/10 Last Chance Jenny Connolly (UT) 1/24/09 vs. Georgia Tricia Weaner (UT) 2/28/09 Last Chance Meet Jamie Saffer (UT) 1/24/09 vs. Georgia Therese Bergstrom 3/1/09 Last Chance Meet Jamie Saffer (UT) 1/24/09 vs. Georgia Aleksa Akerfelds (UT) 11/21/08 Tennessee Invite Louisville 2/28/09 Last Chance Meet (Campbell, Dishuck, Landisch, Halet) Georgia 1/24/09 vs. Georgia (Schmitt, McNichols, Cole, Scroggy) Tennessee 11/19/08 Tennessee Invite (Akerfelds, Nauta, Perks, Mathes) Kentucky 2/27/10 Last Chance Meet (Pulskamp, Penrod, Graessle, Sergesketter) Alabama 11/19/09 Tennessee Invite (Craddock, DeGiovanni, Brinks, Roberts) Taryn Zack (SC) 11/6/09 vs. South Carolina Abby Johnston (Duke) 3/13/09 NCAA Zone B Monica Dodson (UF) 1/5/09 Tenn. Diving Invite

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The Allan Jones Aquatic Center There’s No Place Like The AJIAC

AJIAC All-Time Dual Meet Results Date 10/16/08 10/16/08 10/17/08 10/17/08

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Opponent Results vs. Cumberlands W vs. Louisville W vs. Arkansas W vs. Vanderbilt W

Score 101-27 168-132 197-103 248-48

Date 1/24/09 10/30/09 11/6/09 1/29/10

Opponent Results vs. Georgia L vs. Kentucky W vs. South Carolina W vs. Florida L

Score 142-158 193-103 179-121 130-170

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