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Fact Book 2010–2011

Season Outlook Coaching Staff

2010 Roster Name

Class Events

Hometown (High School

Elizabeth Brunk



Raleigh, N.C. (Saint Mary’s School)

Zoe Cooper-Surma



Vero Beach, Fla. (Saint Edward’s)

Rose Cornelson



Sparetanburg, S.C. (St. Charles North)

Erika Deardorf



The Woodlands, Texas (The Woodlands)

Laura Dillon*



Reston, Va. (South Lakes)

Jess Eccher



Jacksonville, Fla. (The Bolles School)

Stephanie Falcone



Potomac, Md. (Connelly School of Holy Child)

Anna Fargo



St. Louis, Mo. (Kirkwood)

Lynsie Farrel



Arcanum, Ohio (Arcanum)

Laura Furr



Baton Rouge, La. (LSU Laboratory school)

General info

Betsy Galenti



Stillwater, Minn. (Stillwater Area)

Margaux Georgiadis


Sprint Free/Mid Free

Pittsburgh, Pa. (Fox Chapel Area)

Sarah Lynch



Burke, Va. (Lake Lake Braddock)

Jennifer Molchan*



Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola)

Chelsea Morey



Hutchinson, Kan. (Hutchinson Senior)

Gabrielle Ortega


Distance Freestyle

Estero, Fla. (Fort Myers)

Chloe Ott



Chicago, Ill. (St. Ignatius College Prep)

Melissa Roberts


Sprint Freestyle

Collierville, Tenn. (Collierville)

Amy Salce



Naples, Fla. (Community School of Naples)

Sheila Salopek


Distance Freestyle

Las Cruces, N.M. (The Hockaday School)

Alyxandra Vernon



Fair Oaks, Calif. (Sacramento Country Day)

Michelle Williamson


Distance Free/Butterfly

Cypress, Texas (Cypress Creek)

Rebecca Young



Montgomery, Ala. (Trinity Presbyterian)

2010 Schedule Date




Oct. 9 Oct. 15 Oct. 16 Nov. 19 Nov. 20 Nov. 21 Dec. 4 Jan. 8 Jan. 29 Feb. 5 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 26 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. 19

Southern Illinois ARKANSAS WKU/SOUTH CAROLINA WKU Invite WKU Invite WKU Invite Miami (Fla.) KANSAS Marshall TULANE SEC Championships SEC Championships SEC Championships SEC Championships Last Chance meet NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships

Carbondale, Ill. Home Home Bowling Green, Ky. Bowling Green, Ky. Bowling Green, Ky. Miami, Fla. Home Huntington, W.Va. Home Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. TBA Austin, Texas Austin, Texas Austin, Texas

11 a.m. 1 p.m. Noon All Day All Day All Day TBA TBA 2 p.m. TBA All Day All Day All Day All Day TBA All Day All Day All Day

All times are local (Central) and subject to change. Home matches in uppercase will be held at the Centennial Sportsplex in Nashville. .


Vanderbilt Swimming 2010-11

Head Coach.............. Jeremy Organ Assistant Coach.. Krysten Nemecek Trainer........................ Katie Baldwin Strength Coach..............Mark Davis Academic Counselor......... Nate Bell

Location................................. Nashville, Tenn. Founded..................................................1873 Enrollment..............................................6,794 Nickname.................................. Commodores Colors.........................................Black & Gold Conference..................... Southeastern (SEC) Chancellor....................... Nicholas S. Zeppos Vice-Chancellor....................David Williams II Senior Woman Administrator...... Candice Lee Associate Director of Student Athletics........... ................................................ Kevin Colon Student Athletics Phone.........(615) 322-4727 Home Swimming Facility................................. ................................ Centennial Sportsplex Year Opened...........................................1990 Official Web site............. SEC Web site..........................

pronunication guide Zoe Cooper-Surma.Zoey Cooper Serma Jess Eccher................................ ESH-er Margaux Georgiadis........George-E-I-dis Jennifer Molchan..................... mulch-an Amy Salce.................................. Sal-say

Vanderbilt Swimming Begins Youth Movement Vanderbilt’s women’s swimming and diving program will enter the 20102011 season with plenty of youth under the guidance of fifth-year head coach Jeremy Organ. The 10 incoming freshmen will look to the upperclassmen, including a seasoned sophomore core, for leadership. “Our expectations are to be more competitive this year and to make sure the team continues to move forward, not only as a group, but as individuals competing at a higher level,” Coach Organ said. “We have much more of a complete team this year than we have had in the previous four years. Being competitive in all of the events is what we are looking for. That’s what we are looking for building on last year; being more competitive in all of the events.” The influx of talented freshmen joining the Vanderbilt squad this season, once again makes them one of the youngest teams in the SEC. The Commodores were able to get a lot of success out of their freshmen class last season and hope that the incoming swimmers can learn the ropes from their peers. “We don’t expect the freshmen to come in and make an immediate impact on the team, but it would be nice if somebody did step up and make their impact felt right away,” Organ stated. “The kids will have an opportunity to step up and really make themselves known if they want. It’s going to be up to them and how they handle these first couple months of training.” The freshmen class includes Michelle Williamson, Lynsie Farrel, Laura Furr, Margaux Georgiadis, Gabrielle Ortega, Chloe Ott, Mellissa Roberts, Sheila Salopek, Alyxandra Vernon, and Rebecca Young. The young team will look to the only two seniors on the roster, co-captain Jennifer Molchan and Anna Fargo, to share their leadership. Molchan is coming off of a great junior campaign that was topped by a career-best performance at the SEC Championships where she posted the team-high mark in the 200-yard freestyle. She also recorded the top time in the 100 free for the year at the Hilltopper Invitational. Aside from the individual

feats, Molchan was a member of the 400-yard medley relay team that set the school-record. Fargo had a productive season, with her best performance coming in the SEC Championships, where she posted a time of 24.7 in the 50-yard free. She also contributed to the 200-yard and 400-yard freestyle relay teams. Co-captain Laura Dillon leads the group of talented juniors that also includes Elizabeth Brunk, Zoe Cooper-Surma and Stephanie Falcone. Dillon heads into the year off of a record-breaking season with high hopes that she can continue her success in the breststroke and butterfly. She set the school record in the 200-yard breaststroke and recorded a team-best mark in the 100-yard butterfly. Dillon also posted the top-five times in the 200-yard butterfly. Brunk excelled in the 100-yard breaststroke and looks to improve on her high marks in the 100-yard butterfly. Cooper-Surma played a large part in the success of Vandy’s relay teams and Falcone did well individually and looks to take the next step in the backstroke and butterfly. Vanderbilt will look to the sophomore swimmers to become leaders in and out of the pool. The class of seven includes standout Erika Deardorf, Rose Cornelson, Jess Eccher, Betsy Galenti, Sarah Lynch, Chelsea Morey, and Amy Salce. “Look for some of the sophomores like Amy Salce and Jess Eccher to step up and take a solid role in being leaders,” Organ said. “Erika Deardorf had a great season last year and is training to improve in distance.” Deardorf set the school record in the 1000-yard free and 1650-yard free as a freshman and is training hard to improve even more in distance events. Cornelson and Eccher helped anchor the relay teams and were members of the school record 400-yard medley relay team. Lynch and Galenti showed their strength in freestyle events and as members of relay teams. Salce put together a good freshman season that ended with a team-best 500-yard free at the SEC Championships. The 200-yard backstroke was led by Morey and she was able to succeed in the 100-yard backstroke as well.

The Commodores have a schedule that features four home meets, the most the program has hosted since starting up again. Vanderbilt opens up at Southern Illinois before welcoming conference-foe Arkansas to Nashville. The following day the ‘Dores host South Carolina and Western Kentucky. “We have Arkansas coming in and it has been a top-20 program the past few years,” Organ said. “They are a program on the rise and it’s nice to see them in early season competition.” To close out the first part of the season, Vanderbilt heads to Bowling Green, Ky., for the Hilltopper Invitational, which the team has participated in the past four seasons. Last year the Commodores had tremendous success, finishing second while Erika Deardorf shattered the school record in the 1650-yard freestyle. The second part of the season begins with a road trip to Miami where the ‘Dores will face the Hurricanes before returning home to host Kansas. Vanderbilt will compete at Marshall for the second straight year before finishing the regular season at home against Tulane. “As we wind down, we have Marshall and Tulane, which are two meets that should be competitive for us and be a good way for us to prepare for the SEC Championships,” Coach Organ said. The Commodores will head to Gainesville, Fla., for the SEC Championships this year where they hope to gain momentum and make a run for the NCAA Championships in Austin. “Once you get to the SEC Championships, you never know what can happen,” Organ said. The Vanderbilt swimming program has progressed since its resurrection in 2006 and looks to the young group of student-athletes to help move the program forward and have a successful season. “We want to continue that progress and reach our ultimate goal of being competitive at the SEC and NCAA level,” Organ said. “That’s what our expectations are, just to continue to climb that mountain.”

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Coaching & Support Staff Jeremy Organ, Head Coach Jeremy Organ enters his fifth season as the head coach of the Vanderbilt swimming and diving team. The Commodores have made rapid improvements under Organ since the program’s resurrection. While the team finished 10th at the SEC Championships, the swimmers posted 92% season best times with almost 50% of them being lifetime bests. Coach Organ was able to get quality performances out of his young team last season, with eight freshmen contributing in significant ways. Once again, Organ hit the recruiting trail and brought in ten talented freshmen to make the Commodores one of the youngest teams in the SEC. The team looks to build on recent success and make even bigger strides this season. Organ will use his experience and leadership to help the young team grow. In 2006, Organ directed the first swim team at Vanderbilt since the 1992 season when the university was forced to drop the team. The Commodores finished the season with an 0-3 dual meet record and finished 10th at the team’s first Southeastern Conference meet since 1992. Before coming to Vanderbilt, Organ served as the head senior assistant/head masters coach of the Nashville Aquatic Club, one of swimming’s most competitive club teams. While coaching the NAC, Organ mentored six national championship qualifiers in addition to assisting 20 swimmers earn Division I scholarships. Organ also served as the senior coach at the Greater Pensacola Aquatic Club. While in Pensacola, the club produced several national qualifiers and national age group top-16 swimmers. Organ enjoyed a highly successful collegiate career, swimming at the University of North Dakota. While at UND, Organ was a six-time All-American. Organ also earned North Central Conference Swimmer of the Year honors in 1995. Following graduation, Organ stayed with North Dakota to become Head Assistant Coach from 1996-2000. He helped establish the swimming strength and conditioning program, supervising student-athlete’s academic progress and implementing community service programs. While working as a coach at UND, Organ also served as the head coach for the Forks Area Swim Team. During that time, he garnered North Dakota Age Group Coach of the Year honors in 1998 and 1999. Organ also has extensive experience in overseeing the growth of several swim programs, including the Great Pensacola Aquatic Club, where he nearly doubled the senior swim program in just two years. Also, while Organ was with the Nashville Aquatic Club, the program grew from 250 participants in 2002, to over 300 swimmers in 2005. A native of North Dakota, Organ is married to the former Margaret Davidson. They have welcomed a baby daughter, Ella, into their lives and are the proud owners of two dogs, Nash and Napa.


Vanderbilt Swimming 2010-11

Coaching Career

2006–present........ Vanderbilt, Head Coach 2001-06....... Nasvhille Aquatic Club, Headmaster 1996-2000........ North Dakota, Head Assistant Coach

swimming Career 1992-96.......................North Dakota Six-time All-American, 1995 North Central Conference Swimmer of the Year

Coaching & Season recap Season Review

Assistant Coach

Krysten nemecek

Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator

Third Season North Florida, 2008

Krysten Nemecek enters her third season as the assistant swimming coach and recruiting coordinator for Vanderbilt. Nemecek played a big hand in bringing in one of Vanderbilt’s best recruiting classes in the history of the program in 2009, by signing seven new swimmers and one walk-on to the Commodore program. Coach Nemecek picked up right where she left off in 2010 by bringing in another highly touted recruiting class, including ten freshmen. Before coming to Vanderbilt, Nemecek spent three years as the head swim team coach for the Serenata Beach Club in Ponte Vedra, Fla. She was responsible for developing the swimmers based on their seperate skill levels. Outside of the pool, Nemecek excelled in the classroom. In May ‘08, Nemecek graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors in Health Administration from University of North Florida. En route to attaining her degree, she was named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic team four times. As a senior at North Florida, Nemecek posted five firstplace finishes and 21 top-three finishes.

Team posted 92% season best times at the SEC Championships, with almost 50% of them being lifetime bests. The Commodores opened the season in Tuscaloosa, Ala., defeating Centenary 177-82. Erika Deardorf recorded a first place finish in the 500-yard freestyle while Jessica Eccher won the 400-yard IM.

Vanderbilt swam past Marshall 120-118 in Huntington, W.Va., to capture their second victory of the season. Four school records were broken during the course of the season, with hree of them falling at the SEC Championships.

Laura Dillon set the school record, as well as finished 14th, in the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:18.16 at the SEC Championships. Dillon finished the season with the top six times in the 200 breaststroke.

Erika Deardorf broke two school records as a freshman, including the 1000-yard freestyle (10:14.87) against Marshall. She also broke her own school record in the 1650-yard freestyle at the SEC Championships with a time of 16:59.6.

The 400-yard medley relay team of Rose Cornelson, Allie Voss, Jess Eccher, and Jennifer Molchan set the school record at the SEC Championships with a time of 3:52.71. Jennifer Molchan had an excellent showing at the SEC Championships, swimming a lifetime best in the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 53.29.

Support Staff

Lori Alexander

Director of Sport Operations

Mark Davis

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Candice Lee

Senior Woman Administrator

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vanderbilt records VANDERBILT School Records Event Time/Pts. Record Holder / (Year) 50 Freestyle 23.80 Amy Batchelder (1990) 100 Freestyle 52.21 Jennifer Molchan (2009) 200 Freestyle 1:50.32 Leigh-Ann Axt (2008) 500 Freestyle 4:56.78 Wrenn Terrill (1990) 1000 Freestyle 10:14.87 Erika Deardorf (2010) 1650 Freestyle 16:59.60 Erika Deardorf (2010) 100 Butterfly 55.89 Leigh-Ann Axt (2008) 200 Butterfly 2:02.32 Leigh-Ann Axt (2008) 100 Backstroke 57.23 Wendy Deacon (1988) 200 Backstroke 2:02.79 Wendy Deacon (1988) 100 Breaststroke 1:04.11 Allie Voss (2009) 200 Breaststroke 2:18.16 Laura Dillon (2010) 200 IM 2:06.02 Leslie Holt (1990) 400 IM 4:24.81 Leslie Holt (1989) 200 Free Relay 1:35.66 (Batchelder, Broughal, Hold, Caldwell) (1990) 400 Free Relay 3:30.66 (Molchan, Obranowicz, Fargo, Voss) (2009) (Holt, Dahl, Deacon, Pringle) (1989) 800 Free Relay 7:36.21 200 Medley Relay 3:30.66 (Molchan, Voss, Obranowicz, Cooper-Surma (2009) 400 Medley Relay 3:52.71 (Cornelson, Voss, Eccher, Molchan) (2010) One Meter Diving (6) 288.53 Nicole Woodworth (2009) One Meter Diving (11) 399.80 Patti Woodcock (1987) Patti Woodcock (1987), Three Meter Diving (6) 289.05 Nicole Woodworth (2009) Three Meter Diving (11) 413.60 Patti Woodcock (1987)

Year 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Total


Record 3-3 6-4 5-5 6-3 6-1 6-1 7-2 3-3 8-2 8-6 5-6 4-7 7-5 1-9 2-6 0-5 0-12 2-9 2-8 81-97

SEC Swimming & Diving Records Event Time/Pts. Record Holder / (Year) 50 Freestyle 21.70 Kara Lynn Joyce, Georgia (2006) 100 Freestyle 47.49 Maritza Corriea, Georgia (1990) 200 Freestyle 1:42.90 Morgan Scroggy, Georgia (2009) 500 Freestyle 4:34.87 Caroline Burckle, Florida (2008) 1650 Freestyle 15:45.49 Wendy Trott, Georgia (2009) 50 Backstroke 26.18 Theresa Andrews, Florida (1982) 100 Backstroke 50.46 Gemma Spofforth, Florida (2009) 200 Backstroke 1:48.34 Gemma Spofforth, Florida (2009) 100 Breaststroke 59.18 Mhyria Miller, Georgia (2000) 200 Breaststroke 2:08.41 Yi-Ting Siow, Arkansas (2009) Christine Magnuson, Tennessee (2008) 100 Butterfly 51.00 200 Butterfly 1:52.53 Jemma Lowe, Florida 2009) 200 IM 1:54.08 Ava Ohlgren, Auburn (2009) 400 IM 4:03.70 Ava Ohlgren, Auburn (2009) 200 Free Relay 1:27.45 (Vanderpool-Wallace, Ewing, Marik, Geary), Auburn (2009) 400 Free Relay 3:12.00 (Ohlgren, Vanderpool-Wallace, Marik, Geary) Auburn (2009) 800 Free Relay 6:54.02 (Ohlgren, Geary, Marik, Bird), Auburn (2009) 200 Med Relay 1:36.22 (Spofforth, Rogers, Lago, Napier), Florida (2009) 400 Med Relay 3:31.28 (Goh, Lawrence, Ohlgren, Vanderpool-Wallace), Auburn (2009) One Meter Diving 323.25 Jamie Sanger, Tennessee (2003) Three Meter Diving 537.20 Michelle Davison, South Carolina (1998)

Year-by-Year All-Time Results

Coach SEC NCAA Season Notes Joe Suriano -- -- Inaugural season Joe Suriano -- -- Barb Cornett and Jane Brigham lead team to six wins John Smith -- -- Five ‘Dores Named All-Americans at AIAW Championships John Smith -- 14th Team Finishes 14th at Nationals/Three All-Americans John Smith -- 2nd Division II National Runner-Up/Eight All-Americans John Smith -- 9th Ninth Place Finish at NCAA’s/Nine All-Americans John Smith 6th 7th Seventh Place Finish at Div. II NCAA’s/ Eight AA’s John Smith 8th -- Six swimmers named All-Americans John Smith 8th -- End of John Smith Era, First year of Division I Pete Fetters 7th -- Wendy Deacon earns All-SEC honors Pete Fetters 8th -- Deacon earns All-American in 100 & 200 Backstroke Pete Fetters 8th -- Deacon earns third All-American honor, All-SEC Pete Fetters 8th -- Two Commodores named All-American Pete Fetters 8th -- Finished third in SEC 200-yard free relay Pete Fetters 10th -- Last year of Commodore swimming for 14 years Jeremy Organ 10th -- Vanderbilt brings swimming program back Jeremy Organ 10th -- Organ rebuilds foundation as school records are set Jeremy Organ 10th -- First dual victories since return, team sets 6 new records Jeremy Organ 10th Young team breaks four school records (.455) (19 Seasons)

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Commodore history sec YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1984 Florida Alabama Auburn Georgia Tennessee Vanderbilt LSU

509 426 416 344 289 99 45

1985 Alabama Florida Auburn Georgia Tennessee Kentucky LSU Vanderbilt

803 792 544 480 366 190.5 159 148

1986 Florida Georgia Alabama LSU Auburn Tennessee Kentucky Vanderbilt

935 563.5 518 468 429 317.5 138 113

1987 Florida Georgia Alabama LSU

739 680.5 494.5 467.5

Tennessee Auburn Vanderbilt Kentucky

450.5 402 171 151.5

1988 Florida Tennessee Georgia LSU Auburn Alabama Kentucky Vanderbilt

843 565 472 425.5 399 344 254.5 180

1989 Florida Tennessee Georgia Alabama LSU Kentucky Auburn Vanderbilt

907.5 664 472 426.5 390 320.5 249.5 198

1990 Florida Tennessee Alabama Georgia Kentucky LSU Auburn Vanderbilt

897 722 446 402 384 284 278 22

1991 Florida Georgia Tennessee Alabama Auburn LSU Kentucky Vanderbilt

744 630 480 421 404 385 377 148

1992 Florida Auburn Georgia Tennessee Alabama South Carolina LSU Arkansas Kentucky Vanderbilt

726.5 540 510 480 430.5 307.5 277 249 202 95

2007 Auburn Georgia Florida Kentucky Tennessee LSU Alabama South Carolina Arkansas Vanderbilt

899 671 580 384 349.5 254.5 214 190 143 82

2008 Auburn Florida Georgia Tennessee Kentucky LSU Arkansas Alabama South Carolina Vanderbilt

761.5 706 566.5 477 332 238.5 229 202.5 199 80

2009 Florida Auburn Georgia Tennessee Arkansas Alabama South Carolina LSU Kentucky Vanderbilt

744 730.5 725 394.5 299 244 225 187 182 74

2010 Georgia Florida Auburn Tennessee Alabama Arkansas Louisiana State Kentucky South Carolina Vanderbilt

824.5 698 568 497 272 262.5 262 204 158 59

2009-10 Results Date Opponent Location Result 10/10/09 at Alabama/Centenary Tuscaloosa, Ala. L, 199-79 W, 177-82 10/17/09 Southern Illinois Nashville, Tenn. L, 145-114 11/6/09 at Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. L, 206-87 11/20-22/09 Hilltopper Invitational Bowling Green, Ky. 2nd 1/23/10 at South Carolina/UNC-Wilm. Columbia, S.C. L, 192-94 L, 204-89 1/29/10 at Marshall Huntington, W. Va. W, 120-118 1/30/10 at Kentucky/Cincinnati Lexington, Ky. L, 175-80 L, 166-105 2/6/10 at Tulane New Orleans, La. L, 183-89 2/17-20/10 SEC Championships Athens, Ga. 10th 2/26-27/10 Last Chance Meet Knoxville, Tenn.

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Commodore History All-Americans 1980 AIAW Division II Jane Brigham (2) 400 IM, 200 Fly Jenny Apthrop 200 Breast Denise Berry Relay Team Barb Cornett Relay Team Rebecca Niemann Diving 1981 AIAW Division II Ming Hsu (3) 100 IM, 400 IM, 100 Fly Jane Sullivan 200 IM Jane Brigham 400 IM Nancy Hennessy 200 Back Marybeth Dervin Diving

1984 NCAA Division II Carol Christel 100 Fly Myra Creighton 400 Free Carri Sipowski (3) 200 IM, 800 Free, 400 Free Ming Hsu 800 Free Anna Litkenhous (5) 800 Free, 400 IM, 1650 Free, 200 Fly, 400 Free Maribeth Malecki (2) 800 Free, 400 Free Patti Woodhock (2) One & Three Meter Dive Marybeth Dervin (2) One & Three Meter Dive

Vanderbilt Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2009 - Ming Hsu Robinson (198084)

1985 NCAA Division II Susan Alexander (3) 50 Free, 400 Free, 200 Free Bonnie Harre (2) 200 Free, 400 Free Myra Creighton (2) 200 Free, 400 Free Brooke Burns (2) 200 IM, 400 Free Carrie Erzen (3) 400 IM, 200 Fly, 200 Free Patti Woodcock (2) One & Three Meter Dive

CSCAA Academic All-America Team 2006 3.563 GPA (No. 3 Nationally) 2007 3.535 GPA (No. 5 Nationally) 2008 3.460 GPA (No. 7 Nationally)

1982 NCAA Division II Mary Lou Baldwin (7) 200 MR, 100 Fly, 800 Free, 400 IM, 1986 NCAA Division I 100 Back, 400 MR, Patti Woodcock* (2) One & Three Meter Dive 50 Back Myra Creighton (2) 100 Free, 400 Free Nancy Hennessy (6) 200 Back, 800 Free, 1987 NCAA Division I 100 Back, 100 Free, Wendy Deacon 100 Back (14th place) 50 Back, 400 Free Patti Woodcock* (2) One & Three Meter Dive Ming Hsu (4) 200 MR, 200 IM, 400 IM, 400 MR 1988 NCAA Division I Julie O’Daniel (4) 200 MR, 800 Free, Wendy Deacon (2) 100 Back, 200 Back 400 MR, 400 Free Stephanie Otis (4) 800 Free, 400 IM, 400 MR, 400 Free 1989 NCAA Division I Rebecca Niemann (2) One & Three meter Wendy Deacon (2) 100 Back (11th place), 200 Back Dive Lauren Szabo* One Meter Dive Marybeth Dervin (2) One & Three meter Dive 1990 NCAA Division I Anita Schwendt* One Meter Dive 1983 NCAA Division II Lauren Szabo* (2) One and Three Meter Dive Myra Creighton 200 Free

Kylee Brock (2) 200 Free, 400 Free Trisha Halligan (3) 200 Free, 400 Free, 800 Free Nancy Hennessy (4) 200 Free, 400 Free, 800 Free, 200 Back Anna Litkenhous (2) 800 Free, 1650 Free Mary Lou Baldwin (6) 100 Back, 200 Fly, 400 MR, 200 Back, 400 IM, 200 IM Teresa Floyd 400 MR Ming Hsu (3) 400 MR, 100 Fly, 200 IM Marybeth Malecki (4) 400 MR, 800 Free, 100 Free, 400 Free


* Denotes regional competition. SEC Individual Champions 1987- Wendy Deacon 100 Backstroke (57.88) First Team All-SEC 1987- Wendy Deacon Vanderbilt Female Athlete of the Year 1982-83 Ming Hsu 1983-84 Ming Hsu 1988-89 Wendy Deacon

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Academic Athlete of the Year 1979-80 Nancy Pariser 1985-86 Carrie Erzen Vanderbilt Highest Team GPA Award 2006-07 3.563 GPA 2008-09 3.471 GPA

Vanderbilt Academic Team Award 1980-81 1983-84 2006-07 2008-09 Academic All-SEC* 1986 Susan Alexander Carrie Erzen 1987 Susan Alexander Carrie Erzen 1988 Susan Alexander Carrie Erzen Bonnie Harre Anne Paul Brooke Burns 1989 Lauren Szabo Brandy Terrell 1990 Lauren Szabo Brandy Terrell Barb Bergstrom Julie Dahl * (now called SEC Academic Honor Roll) SEC Community Service Team 2008 Rachel Dyer 2009 Jess Cohen

2010-11 Vanderbilt Swimming & Diving Fact Book  
2010-11 Vanderbilt Swimming & Diving Fact Book  

2010-11 Vanderbilt Swimming & Diving Fact Book