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The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USO is located on 180 acres over– looking Mission Bay, San Diego Harbor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcala Park and is located just IO minutes from downtown San Diego and the world famous San Diego Zoo. Historic Old Town is just minutes away as well. The city of San Diego along with this campus traces their origins to fifteenth century Spain. The campus was named after a Spanish village near Madrid - Alcala de Henares. Founded by the Greeks as Complutum, the village was later renamed Al Kala (the Castle) by the Moslems. Christians recaptured the village centuries later and founded a university, the University of Alcala, whose buildings became the inspiration for USD's style. Both institutions are located on a hill overlooking a river valley.


The USO campus is regarded as one of the most architecturally unique insti– tutions in the country, featuring 18 major buildings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Renaissance style. Since 1984, USO has completed 11 major construction and expansion projects. A five-story, Spanish Renaissance parking garage ( I ,I 00 spaces) was completed in 1998. A landscaped fountain plaza was finished in the fall of 1995, connecting the entrances of the lmmaculata and Hughes Administration Center. In 1992, the uni– versity completed the 45 ,000 square foot Loma Hall, which includes an expanded bookstore, a larger mail center, classrooms and laboratories. In 1990, the renovated Katherine M. and George M. Pardee Jr. Legal Research Center opened, a facility that offers the latest in information technology. ACADEMICS

USO enrolls more than 6,943 students who have a choice of more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The university's academic units in– clude the College ofArts and Sciences, and the Schools of Business Administration, Education, Law and Nursing. Class size generally averages between 18-25 students with the student to teacher ratio being 18: I. Over 97 percent of USD's full-time faculty hold doctorates. In the annual ratings of the country's colleges and universities, published by U.S. News & World Report, USO moved from the regional to national category in 1994. The university is ranked among the top I00 schools in the nation . STUDENT LIFE Student activities include cultural events, dances, boat cruises, beach parties, BBQ's, concerts, comedy nights, sym– posia and much more. Students participate in a wide range of volunteer projects such as adult literacy tutoring, senior citizen outreach, and house building in Tijuana. The intramural program is also an integral part of student life on campus with over two-thirds of the USO community partaking in intramural sports. ATHLETICS

The University of San Diego is a member of the West Coast Con– ference for nearly all sports and competes in 16 intercollegiate sports on the NCAA Division I level. Women's sports include: basketball, crew, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. Men's sports include: baseball, basketball, crew, cross country, golf, football , soccer and tennis. Since 1990 USO teams have won nine conference championships; made 26 NCAA post-season appearances; had 25 Conference Coaches of the Year; 20 Conference Players of the Year, 11 Conference Freshmen of the Year, four WCC Scholar Ath– letes of the Year and 29 All-America selections. The USO Volleyball program has won two conference championships, made five NCAA post-season appearances, had three Conference Coaches of the Year and two Conference Players of the Year.


2001-02 USD Swimming and Diving

USD Athletic Administration

President Alice B. Hayes Athletic Director Tom Iannacone Associate Athletic Director Dan Yourg Assistant Athletic Director/ SWA TBA Assoc. AD of Athletic Development Brian Fogarty Asst. AD/ Promotions & Marketing Renee Wiebe Director of Athletic Facilities John Martin Sports Information Director Ted Gosen Asst. SID/ Swim Contact Nick Mirkovich Strength & Conditioning Coach Dean Aresco Academic Support Coordinator Mike Matoso Director of Intramurals/

USD Senior Deborah Hoyt

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IBC San Diego USD Swimming General Information... Address: University of San Diego Swimming & Diving 5998 Alcala Park San Diego, CA 92110 Head Coach: Mike Keeler (Fourth Season) Swimming Phone: (619) 260-2372 Home Pool:

Recreation Gary Becker Head Athletic Trainer Carolyn Greer, M.A.,A.T.,C. Assistant Trainers Suzi Higgins, Paul Signorelli

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2001-02 USO Season In Review


2001-02 Season in Review Alter a dual meet season of tough competi– tion with such teams as UCLA, Boston College, San Diego State University, Washington State University and UC Santa Barbara, the USD Toreros finished with another strong showing at the PCSC Conference Championships held in Long Beach, California . The University of San Diego Toreros were poised to win their third straight conference title, but instead saw a winning 400 Medley Relay team (40 Points) disquali– fied and a breaststroke false start (15 points) drop USD into 2 nd place, 40 points beh ind rival UC San

Carolyn Corrick Breaks the USD School Record In 200 Butterfly (2:02.45).

Diego who claimed the overall team title. USD did win 11 of the 20 events at the Championships, had nine All-Conference First Team members and set a new PCSC and San Diego school record in the 400 Freestyle Relay (Kaitlin Bourne, Meradith Rus, Carolyn Gorrick, and Jamie Lobdell) with a time of 3:29.18. Most importantly, four of the five Torero seniors finished their USD careers at the PCSC's posting career-best times in their last meet. Led by USD junior Carolyn Gorrick, the Toreros would break three school records in 2001- 02. Along with the record breaking time in the 400 Freestyle Relay at the Championships, Gorrick would individually set a new USD school record in the 200 Butterfly with a time of 2:02.45 . The junior from Sydney, Austral ia posted two NCAA Provisional Consideration times and was honored as USD's Ath lete of the Year. Aga inst rivals Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount, Gorrick claimed all t hree events she entered, leading the Toreros to a double-dual meet sweep over the two Los Angeles schools on January 12 th • Teammate Ka itl in Bourne also starred for the Toreros in 2001-02. Bourne, a junior from University Place, Washi ngton, set a new school record in the 100 Freestyle (51.86) and earned AII-PCSC First Team honors for the third straight season. I n al l, nine Toreros were recognized as AII-PCSC performers. Senior's Meridith Rus, Ilea Dorsey, Jaime Lobdell and Deborah Hoyt were all repeat All-Conference swimmers, finishing their careers with top-10 finishes at the Championships. Rus completed a four-year Torero career as a four-time PCSC All-Academic selection. Torero diver Chelsea Flemmer was

an AII-PCSC Diver and competed in the NCAA Championship Diving meet. Flemmer a freshman from nearby Vista, California won the 3-meter diving event against UC San Diego and also claimed a 1-meter vic– tory against Fresno State.

2001-02 USD Team Awards: Athlete of t he Year Carolyn Gorrick Most Improved Jamie Jackson Most Inspirational Mary Thiel Most Valuable Swimmer Kaitlin Bourne/Jamie Lobdel l

The Toreros Swept Confe rence Rivals Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine at the USD Sports Center.

USD School Records set in 200 1-02: 400 Freestyle Relay (Bourne, Rus, Corrick, Lobdell)

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200 Butterfly (Corrick) l 00 Freestyle (Bourne)

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USD Coaching Staff


(Fourth Season) Central Michigan, 1984

Under the direction of Head Coach Mike Keeler the USD swimming pro– gram has enjoyed four successful seasons that include two Pacific Collegiate Swim– ming Conference Championships. Keeler led the Toreros to back-to-back confer– ence titles in 2000 and 2001, winning the conference championship in 2001 by over 180 points. In just four years at USD Keeler and his student-athletes have broken 26 San Diego school records and 27 PCSC individual and relay records. In 2002-03 Keeler will begin his fifth season as the Torero Head Coach.

Prior to USD, Keeler served as assistant men's swim coach at Purdue University for five years. Prior tq his five year stint as assistant swim coach at Purdue, he held assistant swim coaching posts for both men's and women's swimming at Purdue (1993-94), the University of Miami (1991-93), and at Michigan State (1988). During the 1989-91 seasons, he was assistant men's coach for Michigan State. Throughout his long collegiate coaching career, Keeler has recruited and trained men and women stu– dent-athletes who have scored as high as third at the NCAA championships. The Boilermakers finished in thirty– fourth place at the 1998 NCAA Championships with five individuals being awarded All-American honors. At the 1997 NCAA Championships, the team placed nineteenth with four All-Americans and four championship finalists. At the conference level, in a four year span, Purdue produced 12 Big Ten Champions, 55 Academic All-Big Ten honorees and eight national academic All-American recipients. Besides his collegiate coaching experience, Keeler worked as camp director and guest speaker at the Elite Olympic Development Camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado; Co-Camp Direc– tor at Michigan State (summer, 1993); head senior coach for Hurricane Aquatics (summer, 1992); and as head coach for the Spartan Swim Club (summer, 1989). A 1984 graduate of Central Michigan University, Mike ea rned his B.S. Degree in Physical Education. He went on to earn his M.S. degree in Physical Education, with an emphasis on Coaching and Athletic Administration, at Michigan State in 1992. He is currently a member of the Un ited States Swimming, College Swim Coaches Association, and the American Swim Coaches Association. He was the lead-author of"Biomechanical Analysis: Stroke Frequency/Velocity Testing Protocol", an article that appeared in the United States Swimming Magazine "Coaches Quarterly." Mike and his wife Michele have three children, Matthew (12), Mitchell (8) and Mayce (6). LAUREN SMITH (First Season) Assistant Coach New York University, 1999 Lauren Smith is a first year assistant under Head Coach Mike Keeler at the University of San Diego. Smith, originally from Albany, Oregon graduated from New York University in 1999 after obtaining a degree in Nutrition. She completed an out– standing four-year collegiate swimming career by breaking school records in the 200 Breaststroke, 100 Breaststroke and the 200 IM. She earned All-Academic honors in all ..______.._...;;;.......1 four seasons at NYU and served as assistant swimming coach there in 2000-01.


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Diving Coach

Jessica Pilger began her first season as USD's Diving Coach in 2001-02 and has taken on a similar role at UC San Diego in La Jolla. Pilger, a native of Las Vegas, Nevada was a record setting diver at the University of Nevada Reno where she earned a degree in Nutrit ion . She was a four-year letter-winner under the direction of former Chinese National Team Member Jian Li You. While attending UNR on an athletic scholarship Pilger was inducted in the Green Valley High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

2001-02 Torero Roster


2001-02 Toreros : (Standing 1-r) Mike Keeler, Jessica Pilger, Meghan Ethridge, Tori Bushnell, Kristin Isbell, Kaitlin Bourne, Katherine Churchill, Carolyn Garrick, Mary Thiel, Jamie Lobdell, Deborah Hoyt, Lauren Grey, Lauren Smith. (Sitting /-r) Chelsea Flemmer, Lauren Barnak, Merideth Rus, Ilea Dorsey, Jamie Jackson.

2001 -02 USO Swimming & Diving Roster

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Torero Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Assistant Coach: Diving Coach:

Mike Keeler (4th Season) Lau ren Smith (1st Season) Jessica Pilger (1st Season)


2001-02 USO Biographies

MARY THIEL Breast/IM PCSC First Team 2000 2000 USS National Participant

Albuquerque, NM St. Pius X HS . Ht: 5-7 Yr. Sr Exp: 4V

2001-02: Thiel's 100 Breaststroke time ofOl :07.07 was a 2001-02 Torero best... Named Most Inspirational Torero Swimmer... Finished 4 th out of 35 swimmers in the 200 Individual Medley (2: 10.23) at the PCSC Championships... Also placed 4 th in the 100 Breaststroke (1 :07.07) and 5 th in the 200 Breaststroke (2:25.45) atthe PCSC's.. . Theil helped the USD 400 Medley Relay team post a season best time of

4 :01.06 at the Speedo Cup. 2000-01: Swam well at the 2001 PCSC Championships; placed 6 th in the 100 Breaststroke (1 :08.34), 6 th in the 200 Breaststroke (2:27.32) and 9 th in the 200 Individual Medley (2:11.63). 1999-00: USD's Most Improved Swimmer... Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors... Placed 2 nd in the 200 Breast– stroke (2 :24.26) and assisted USD to a first place finish in the 400 Medley Relay (3 :56.35) .. . Thiel also placed 5 th in the 100 Breaststroke (1 :06.98) and 9 th in the 200 IM (2: 10.90) ... Was a USS National Participant. 1998-99: Placed 7 th and set a new season best in the 100 Breast ( 1:07.62) and finished 8 th in the 200 Breast at the 1999 PCSC Championships (2 :27.35) .. . Season best time of 2:25.64 in the 200 vs. Rice (1-23-99). Prep: Led St. Pius X to 6th place state finish in New Mexico...Took 3rd place in Breaststroke at State Champion– ships as a senior after 5th place finish as a junior. Personal: Communicat ions major... Chose USD for academic reputation, size and location.. .. Also recruited by San Diego State, UNLV, Seattle and New Mexico State.. .. Parents are Albert and Joyce Thiel ... Born October 2, 1979 in Albuquerque, NM.

DEBORAH HOYT Breaststroke PCSC First Team 2002

Agoura Hills, CA Agoura HS Ht: 5-7 Yr. Sr Exp: 2V

2001-02: Named First Team AII-PCSC as a senior... Placed second out of 41 swim– mers in the 200 Breaststroke (2 :21.93) at the PCSC Championships... Captured first place in the 200 Breast Stroke with a time of 2:26.06 at the USD Invite 10-02-01.. . Finished second in the 100 Breaststroke (1 :08.72) against Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine. 2000-01: Placed 5 th in the 200 Breaststroke (2:26.03) and 12 th in the 100 Breast–

stroke (1:09 .95) at the 2001 PCSC Championships during her first season as a Torero. Prior to USD: Competed in swim and water polo while attending Golden West College.. . Set commun ity college national records in the 200 Medley Relay and a state record in the 400 Medley Relay.. . Earned All-American honors. Prep: Lettered in water polo and swimming at Agoura High School. .. Earned Second Team and MVP Defensive honors while water polo teams' co-captain in her junior and senior campaigns . Personal: Majoring in Communications... Chose USD to compete in Division I athletics... Also recruited by New Mexico and UC San Diego... Mother is Rhonda Volotzky... Born in June 22, 1980 in Monterey, CA.



2001-02 USD Biographies

ILEA DORSEY Freestyle PCSC First Team 2002, 00

Escondido, CA Escondido HS Ht: 5-5 Yr. Sr Exp: 4V

2001-02: Swam a season best 24.79 in the 50 Freestyle in the 2002 Champion– ships... Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors for the second time during her four– year career as a Torero... Used as a sprinter and specialized in the 50 Freestyle... Placed second out of eight swimmers in the 50 Freestyle (25.34) in a dual meet with San Diego State (10-11-01). 2000-01: A strong freestyle swimmer for the Toreros... Swam well in the 2001 PCSC Championships; placed 12 th in the 100 Freestyle (53 .50), 19 th in the 50 Freestyle (25.13) and 16 th in the 200 Freestyle event (2:00.78). 1999-00: Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors at the 2000 Championships... Dorsey and teammates Kaitlin Bourne, Meredith Slattery and Jamie Lobdell placed first in the 200 Free Relay (1 :37.05), ahead of Pepperdine and UCSD... Dorsey also placed 14 th in the 50 Free event (25.09). 1998-99: Freshman sprinter established season-bests in the 50 Free (24.72) and placed 10 th at the 1999 PCSC Championships and also placed 11 th in the 100 Free (53.75). Prep: Captain at Escondido High School, leading team to 3 rd place Avocado League finish and ist place showing at CIF as a senior... CIF/League champion in the 50 and 100 meter Free as a senior... Escondido HS Athlete of the Year and three-time MVP... Prep Athlete of the Week, North County Times and San Diego Union Tribune Scholar-Athlete of the Week.. . Two sport letter-winner (Water Polo, 2 Years). Personal: Business Administration major with a Marketing emphasis.. . Chose to attend USD for the academ– ics, small class sizes and beautiful campus... Was also recruited by UC Santa Barbara, UC Irvine, Utah, Iowa and CS Northridge... Born on November 10 th , 1980 in Escondido, California.

JAMIE LOBDELL Freestyle/Backstroke PCSC First Team: 2002. 01, 00 2000 USS National Participant

Gig Harbor, WA Gig Harbor HS Ht: 5-8 Yr. Sr Exp: 4V

2001-02: For the third time in her four-year USD career, Lodbell earned AII– PCSC honors... Shared USD Most Valuable Swimmer honors.. . Finished ist in the 50 Freestyle (24.15) at the PCSC Championships, which was tops amongst 94 other competitors... Finished 3 rd overall in the 100 Freestyle (52.71) at the Championships... Helped USD set a new school record in the 400 Free Relay

(3 :29 .18) at the PCSC's... Won two events, 100 Back (1 :02 .09) and 50 Free (25 .33), helping USD rout Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine (1-12-02)... Lobdell helped the USD 400 Medley Relay team post a season best time of 4:01.06 at the Speedo Cup. 2000-01: Named AII -PCSC First Team while leading USD to three relay championships, 200 Free Relay (1:35.68), 400 Free Relay (3:29.29) and the 800 Free Relay (7:37.10). All three times set new USD records and the 200 Free Relay and 800 Free Relay times set new PCSC records... Individually, placed 4 th in the 100 Free (52.92), 5 th in the 50 Free (24.40) and 6 th in the 200 Free (1 :55 .85). 1999-00: Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors at the 2000 Championships... Finished 1 st in three USD relay events ... 200 Free Relay (1:35 .68), 400 Free Relay (3 :30 .67) and the 800 Free Relay (7:38.99) ... The 400 Free Relay and the 800 Free Relay were good enough to rewrite the USD record books. 1998-99: Placed 14 th in the 100 Free (53.92), 13 th in the 200 Free (1:56.77), and 15 th in the 500 Free (5:09.68) at the PCSC Championships as a freshman . Continued on next page...


2001-02 USO Biographies

Lobdell continued... Prep: Named a national All-American after leading Gig Harbor High School to a first place state finish as a senior... Three-year member of six winning relay teams... Placed 3 rd in the 100 Free as a junior, 4 th as a senior... Team MVP and won Coaches Award as a senior. Personal: Biology major and chemistry minor... Loves to snowboard and wakeboard .. . Chose USD for the atmosphere and academics... Also recruited by Oregon State... Parents are John and Judy Lobdell .. . Born October 25, 1979 in Mt. Vernon, WA.

MARIDETH RUS Breast/ Fly/Free/Back PCSC First Team: 2002. 01 PCSC All Academic: 2002, 01, 00, 99

Overland Park, KS St. Thomas Aquinas HS Ht: 5-9 Yr. Sr Exp: 4V

2001 America Short Course Championship Participant

2001-02: Named to the AII-PCSC Academic team for the fourth time... Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors for the second straight season .. . Took 2 nd in the 50

Freestyle (24.30), 3 rd in the 100 Butterfly (58.54) and placed 7 th out of 49 competitors in the 100 Freestyle at the 2002 PCSC Championships... Her 100 Backstroke time as a senior of 59 .57 ranked 1st for any Torero in 2001-02 ... Helped USO capture 1st in both the 200 Freestyle Relay (1:35 .92) and the 400 Freestyle Relay (3:29 .18) at the PCSC Championships... Rus helped the USO 400 Medley Relay team post a season best time of 4:01.06 at the Speedo Cup.

2000-01: Collected USD's Most Improved Swimmer Award, AII– PCSC Academic Honors and named First Team AII-PCSC at the 2001 Championships... Led three USO relay teams to champion– ships; 200 Free Relay (1:35.68), 200 Medley Relay (1:47.48) and the 400 Medley Relay (3.52.73) ... The 200 Free Relay and the 400 Medley times were new USO school records, while the 1:35.68 time the 200 Free Relay was a new conference record as well .. . Individually as the PCSC's, Rus placed 4 th in the 50 Free (24.27), 4 th in the 100 Fly (58.20) and 7 th in the 100 Breast (1:08.73) ... Swam times of 23.9 in the 50 Free, 56 in the 100 Fly and 52 in the 100 Free at the American Short Course Championships. 1999-00: Had a strong showing in the 2000 PCSC Champion– ships... Finished 9 th in the 100 Fly, 11th in the 100 Breaststroke and 16 th in the 200 Individual Medley. 1998-99: Posted fastest regular season 100 Breaststroke time for USO with a 1:07.42 swim at Pepperdine (11-14-98), also swam the 200 Breast in 2:25 .53 against the Waves... Placed 11 th in the 100 and 17 th in the 200 Breast at the 1999 PCSC's as a freshman. Prep: Led 200 Medley team to 1st place finish at State Champion– ships while attending St. Thomas Aquinas High School ... Took 3 rd place in the 100 Breaststroke as a senior... Named All-County

Rus was a four-time PCSC All-Academic Selection

Swimmer of the Year while earning All-American Honorable Mention accolades as a senior... As a junior, Rus won the State Championship in the 100 Breaststroke. Personal: Named AII-PCSC Academic all four years while swimming for USO... Earned Dean's List recognition during all six semesters through her junior year... Psychology (Pre-Med) major with a Biology and Chemistry minor... Chose to attend USO for the beautiful campus, academics and swim program... Parents are Steve and Lynn Rus... Born December 17 th, 1979 in Kansas City, MO.


2001-02 USD Biographies

CAROLYN GORRICK Fly/IM PCSC First Team 2002, 01, 00 Australian Olympic Trial Qualifier

Sydney, Australia Davidson HS Ht: 5-9 Yr. Jr Ex~: 3V

2002 USS National Championships Qualifier 2001 American Short Course Championship Participant 2000 USS National Championships Qualifier

2001-02: Enjoyed a stellar junior season ... Named First Team AII-PCSC for the third straight season .. . Named the Torero swim program's Athlete of the Year... Swam two NCAA Provisional Qualifying Times... Led the Torero's 400 Freestyle Relay team to a new PCSC and San Diego school record (3:29.18) ... Individually, Garrick's 200 Fly time of 2:02.45 was a new school mark... Took home first place in three events at the 2002 PCSC Championships... Against rivals Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount (1-12-02), claimed all three events she entered, leading the Toreros to a double-dual meet sweep... Won the 200 Individual Medley (2:09.56), 200 Butterfly (2:06.57) and the 200 Free (1:55.11) against UC San Diego (1-18-02) ... Won the 200 Fly (2:03.23) and the 200 Free (1:54.33) against Fresno State (1-10-02) ... Won all three events she entered against San Diego State (11-10-01)... Helped USO defeat Air Force (11 -2-02) winning three events including a four-second victory in the 200 Fly (2:05 .64) . 2000-01: Earned PCSC Swimmer of the Year, USD's Most Valuable Swimmer and First Team AII-PCSC as a sophomore.. . Set six USO school records and four PCSC records... At 2001 PCSC Championships, placed ist in the 400 IM (4:22.87), ist in the 200 IM (2:04 .65) and 2 nd in the 200 Butterfly (2:03.01) ... Led four USO relay teams to ist place finishes, 200 Medley Relay (1 :47.48), 400 Medley Relay (3:52.73), 400 Free Relay (3:29.29) and the 800 Free Relay (7:37.10) .. . Set new PCSC and USO record in the 800 Free Relay...The 400 Free Relay and 400 Medley Relay times were new USO school marks. 1999-00: Had an outstanding freshman season at USO... Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors at the 2000 PCSC Championships.... Placed 1st in the 200 Fly (2 :02.82) and 200 IM (2:06.61) .... Placed 2nd in the 100 Fly event (57.55) ... Garrick also helped USO to two relay championships; 400 Medley Relay (3:56.14) and 800 Free Relay (7:39.99)... Garrick has already made her mark in the USO record books, setting a new 200 Butterfly record (2:02.82) and an 800 Free Relay record of (7 :38.99). Prep: Attended Davidson High School in Sydney, Australia .... Swim team won state high school championship in 1995 & 1996.... Also lettered in cross country. Personal: Chose USO because of the city, weather and beach .... Also recruited by Nebraska, Notre Dame, North Carolina and Washington .... Parents are Gill and Dennis Garrick.... Born on December 11, 1980 in Sydney, Australia.


Lincoln, NB

Lincoln East HS Ht: 6-0 Yr. Jr Exp: 1V


2001-02: Unable to compete for most of the season due to injury... Sophomore athletic standing after transferring to USO from Kenyon College... Swam the 50 Freestyle at the 2002 PCSC Championships. Prep: Attended Lincoln East High School. .. Swam for Greg Flemming ... Named an Academic All-American. Personal: English major... Full name is Katherine Caitlin Churchill. .. Born on May 17, 1981 in Lincoln, Nebraska ... Family members Christopher and Jennifer are both

swimmers at Kenyon College.


2001-02 USO Biographies

MEGHAN ETHRIDGE Freestyle/Sprint PCSC First Team 2001

Littleton, CO Smoky Hill HS . Ht: 5-8 Yr. So Exp: 2V

2001-02: Finished 14 th out of 60 swimmers in the 50 Freestyle (25.32) at the 2001 PCSC Championships... Also placed 12 th in the 100 Freestyle (54.05) at the PCSC's. 2000-01: Earned First Team AII-PCSC honors as a freshman ... Led two USD relay teams to first place finishes; 200 Free Relay (1 :35 .68) and 400 Free Relay (3:29.29) ... The 400 Free Relay set a new USD record, while the 200 Free Relay time set new USD and PCSC records... Individually, Ethridge placed 5 th in the 200 '

Free (1:55.53), 7 th in the 100 Free (53.30) and 9 th in the 50 Free (24.39). Prep: Attended Smokey Hill High School in Littleton, Colorado... A four-year swim letterwinner... Earned All– American prep honors... Named team's MVP and set a new 400 Free Relay state record (3:33.06) as a senior.. . A Junior National Qualifier, was named Colorado Academic Athlete in her junior and senior years. Personal: Psychology major and Biology minor.. . Also recruited by TCU, Houston and St. Bonnaventure... Chose USD for the academics, location and swim program .. . Born November 19, 1981 in Englewood, CO .. . Parents are Lock and Karen Ethridge.

KAITLIN BOURNE Freestyle/Breast/ IM PCSC First Team: 2002. 01, 00 2000 USS National Participant

University Place, WA Curtis Senior HS Ht: 5-10 Yr. Jr Exp: 3V

2001 American Short Course Participant

2001-02: Swam very well as a junior... Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors for the third straight season .. . Set a new USD school record in the 100 Free (51.86) .. . Shared USD Most Valuable Swimmer honors.. . Member of four championship relay teams... Posted USD season best times in the 100 Butterfly (57.25), 50 Free

(24.06) as well. .. Won first place out of 46 swimmers in the 100 Butterfly, won first place in the 100 Freestyle and placed second in the 200 Individual Medley, all at the 2002 Championships... Claimed top-three finishes in both the 50 and 100 Freestyle against UCLA and Boston College (11-3-01) .. . Finished first in the 100 Freestyle (53.71) in a four-team USD Invitational event (11-2-01) ... Captured 1 st place in the 200 IM (2:11.67) against Fresno State (1-11-02) ... Won the 100 Free (54.03) against San Diego State (11- 10-01). 2000-01: Was outstanding in PCSC Championships... Earned All-Conference honors as a result.. Led four relay teams to first place finishes at PCSC's; 200 Medley Relay (1:47.48), 400 Medley Relay (3:52.73), 200 Free Relay (1:35.68) and 400 Free Relay (3:29 .29) ... Relay times set three new USD records and one new conference mark... Individually, finished ist in the 100 Free (51. 88), 2 nd in the 100 Fly (58.07) and 3 rd in the 200 IM (2:08.23) ... 100 Free and 50 Free times were both new USD school records. 1999-00: Earned AII-PCSC First Team honors at the 2000 championships... Placed 3rd in the 200 IM event (2:08.74) and assisted USD to three relay championships... 200 Free Relay (1:37.05), 400 Free Relay (3:30.67) and 800 Free Relay (7:38.99) ... The 400 Free Relay and 800 Free Relay times were good enough to rewrite the USD Record books... Also placed 4th in the 200 Free (1:54.44) and 6th in the 100 Free (52.81). Prep: Holds high school record in 200 Free.... Was named team captain in her senior year, received MVP award and Iron Woman Award .... Finished 1st place in Washington State for 100 Free (52.09) .... Received the Coaches Award for junior season and Rookie Award for freshman season .... Also played water polo and was named First Team All-State Goalie and Defensive Player of the State. Personal: Chose USD for its beautiful campus and fun swim team .... Was also recruited by UC San Diego, Washington and University of the Pacific.. . Parents are Jan Tjenos and David Bourne... Born on October 23, 1980 in Tacoma, WA.


2001-02 USO Biographies

VICTORIA BUSHNELL Freestyle/Distance/ IM PCSC First Team 2001

Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque Academy Ht: 5-8 Yr. So Exp: 2V

2001-02: Recorded two top-five finishes at the 2002 PCSC Championships.. . Swam a 4:38.41 in the 400 Individual Medley which was a season's second best for USD... Also clocked three other top three USD season times; 05: 11.47 in the 500 Freestyle, 10:45.74 in the 1000 Freestyle, and a 17:48.42 time in the 1650 Freestyle at the Speedo Cup. 2000-01: Selected USD Swimmer of the Year... Earned AII-PCSC First Team

honors in her freshman campaign ... Placed ist in the 500 Free (4:58.20), ist in the 1650 Free (17:08.79) and 2 nd in the 400 IM (4: 26.88) at the PCSC's.. . Bushnell also led USD to a ist place finish in the 800 Free Relay (7: 37.10) which was good enough to rewrite the USD and PCSC record books... In addition, Bushnell set USD school records in the 500 Free (4 :58.20), 1000 Free (10:17.95) and 1650 Free (17:08.79). Prep: Attended Albuquerque Academy where she was a four-year letterwinner on the swim team... Was a national junior qualifier.. . Was a three-time team MVP at Albuquerque Academy and helped the team place 3 rd in state as a sophomore .. . Coached by Pat Scanlon . Personal: Chose USD for its strong academic program and swimming team... Tori was also recruited by Miami of Ohio and Boston College... Born August 8, 1982 in Boston, MA... Parents are Paul and Kathleen Bushnell.

CHELSEA FLEMMER Diver PCSC First Team 2002

Vista, CA Rancho Buena Vista H Ht: 5-3 Yr. Fr Exp: lV

2001-02: Finished 1 st in the 3-meter with a score of 281.35 against UC San Diego (1-18-02) ... Finished ist in the 1-meter against Fresno State (1-10-02) with a score of 254.40 ... Qualified for NCAA's.

Prep: A four-year letter winner while attending Rancho Buena Vista High School. .. Placed second at CIF Finals as a junior and senior... Named Union Tribune Athlete of the Week. Personal: Communications major... Chose to attend USD for the academics and diving program... Was also recruited by Cal State Northridge... Born on March 1st, 1983 in Anaheim, California .


Littleton, CO Heritage HS Ht: 5-6 Yr. Fr Exp: 1V

2001-02: Placed 7 th out of 31 swimmers in the 200 Fly at the PCSC Champion– ships... Came in 12 th in the 200 Individual Medley a the PCSC's... Her 58 .36 100 Butterfly time at the Speedo Cup (11-30-01) and her 2:11.22 time in the 200 Butterfly at the 2002 PCSC Championships were both top three USD team high's in 2001-02. Prep: Set a school record in the 200 Individual Medley while attending Heritage High School in Littleton, Colorado... Placed ist in the 100 Fly at the State Championships... Served as team captain ... Swam with the Tops Club Team . Personal: Born on April 22, 1983... Undecided on a major.. . Chose to attend USD for the school location and swimming program.


2001-02 USD Biographies

JAMIE JACKSON Freestyle PCSC First Team 2002

Long Beach, CA Woodrow Wilson HS Ht: 5-7 Yr. Fr Exp: lV

2001-02: Completed freshman year by being named First Team AII-PCSC. .. Named Most Improved Torero Swimmer... Placed 3 rd out of 36 swimmers in the 500 Freestyle and also posted two other top 10 finishes at the 2002 Champion– ships.. . Her time of 5:03.45 in the 500 Freestyle was a USD team best in 2001- 02 ... Helped USO win the 800 Free Relay with a time of 7:40.43 at the PCSC's. Prep: Attended Woodrow Wilson High School. .. Named team MVP three times... Earned All-American recognition as a senior in the 200 Medley Relay... Led Wilsort to three consecutive Moore League Championships... Also competed in Water Polo, earning Co-MVP honors as a sophomore... Coached by Maggi Twinem as a prep. Personal: Full name is Jamie Sioux Jackson... Marine Science major and Psychology minor... Chose USO for the academics and swim program... Loves to surf.. . Is a Long Beach Lifeguard and has participated in the Lifeguard Nationals in Miami, Florida ... Born on February 22, 1983 in Bellflower, CA... Pa rents are Mike and Barbara Jackson.


Bremerton, WA Bremerton HS Ht: 5-4 Yr. So Exp: 1V

2001-02: First season in competition ... Competed in both the 3-meter and 1- meter at 2002 PCSC Championships... Finished 3rd in the 1-meter against UC San Diego (2-2-02). Prep: Attended Bremerton High School. .. A three-year letter-wi nner and was a three-year co-captain of the swimming and diving team... Finished 3rd in league competition and 5th in districts as a senior... Three-year tennis team letter-winner at Bremerton.

Personal: Biology major, minoring in Psychology... Chose USO because of the academics and beautiful cam– pus... Is a lifeguard and swim instructor in the off-season ... Born on June, 22 1982 in Bremerton, WA... Parents are Jene and Patricia Barnak.

University ofSan Diego Academic Support

Shaney Fink begins her second year as USD's Academic Support Coordinator. Two seasons ago she was on the Volleyball coaching staff as a first year assistant, helping the Toreros to a 23-6 record and a second round finish in the NCAATournament. Prior to USD she gained coaching experience at the high school, college and international levels for four years. She capped off a stellar collegiate career ( 1990-93) at Cal Berkeley winning a selection to the All-Pac Ten Decade Team and graduating with honors. The USD Athletic Academic Support Program is designed to assist and motivate student-athletes to achieve their academic goals. The primary objective is to improve the student-athletes' study skills, support them in their academic work, and encourage scholastic achievement. USO student-athletes receive assistance through advising, progress reports, academic tutors, campus learning centers, such as the Logic, Math, and Writing Centers, and the Accelerated Study Program.

Shaney Fink was an honors graduate and All-Pac IO Decade volleyball player at Cal


Recruiting Class of 2002


ERYN BOWMAN Littleton, Colorado - Arapahoe High School Bowman's top two times to note are in the 50 Free where she was clocked at 23 .9 and in the 100 Free with a time of 52.9. Attending Arapahoe High School in Colorado, Bowman was named Team Captain and Most Valuable swimmer as a junior. She placed second in the 50 Free and third in the 100 Free at the state championships as a junior. She also anchored both free relays that won state. "Eryn has tremendous tools to work with," said USD's Head Swimming and Diving Coach Mike Keeler. "She shows talent in all the freestyle events from sprint to distance." Honolulu, Hawaii - Kaiser High School Swart was named Kaiser High School's Athlete of the Year in 2000 after becoming the Hawaii High School State Champion in the 200 Free, 500 Free and 200 IM. She was not only named the Most Valuable Swimmer on Kaiser's swim team for two consecutive years, but earned the same MVP honors on the school's cross-country team as well. Swart has recently been timed at 2:19 in the 200 Breast and 4:58 in the 500 Free. She has also clocked in at 203 in the 200 IM and 422 in the 400 IM. "Ashley brings to the Toreros tremendous versatility in the freestyle and IM events. She has excellent technique and has a very bright future." Said USO Head Coach Mike Keeler. Plano, Texas- Plano West High School Cobourn passed up offers to swim at Texas A&M, TCU and Missouri to swim for the University of San Diego. Recent times on Cobourn include a 52 .98 time in the 100 Free and a 1: 53 .9 time in the 200 Free. "It's a program on the rise," Cobourn's High School Coach B.J. Warren said . "I think Kelly is a great addition to their team . She has great work ethic, and does not back down from anyone." "We are excited to have Kelly come to USO from the great state of Texas," says USD's Head Swimming Coach Mike Keeler. "She will help us in the free-style plus help in the backstroke and butterfly events." Stockton, California - Sierra High School Trained and competed with the Tiger Aquatic Club. "A backstroker & freestyler out of a very good swim club," says Coach Keeler. "She will help fill a weak event for USO in the coming events, showing great improvement late in her senior year." Irvine, California - Woodbridge High School Trained with the Novaquatics club team. "This versatile athlete who will add depth in the backstroke, breast– stroke, and Individual Medley events," comments Keeler. "Trains with the Irvine Novas, at this time the best swim club in America." Las Vegas, Nevada - ,Meadow High School Is the sole diver amongst 2002 recruits . "A diver with experience in 1 Meter & 3 Meter boards, which will definitely improve our diving events." Mercer Island, Washington - Mercer Island High School Trained with the South Sound Titans Aquatic Club during her prep career. A distance freestyler who will be competitive in the long distance events. "We are very excited to have signed Rendy," says Keeler. She is coming to USO for all the right reasons and has a lot of experience in open water competition all over the world." Kailua-Kona, Hawaii - Kaelakehe High School She is expected to swim the backstroke and IM events for San Diego. "Another Ashley from the islands, with her training background, this tall athlete should improve greatly," says Keeler. ASHLEY SWART KELLY COBOURN NICOLE DRAA ROCHELLEGAUTHIER KAITLYN JONES RENDY OPDYKE ASHLEY ROSE

The USD Record Book


USO All-Time Swimming Records

Distance Na me





Distance Name




Kaitlin Bourne Kaitlin Bourn e Carolyn Corrick Victoria Bushnell Victoria Bushnell Victoria Bushnell

23.97 51.86

2001 2002 2001 2001 2001 2001

2:04.65 4:22.87

2001 2001

200 400

Carolyn Corrick Carolyn Corrick

100 200 500

I :50.78 4:58.20 10: 17.95 17:08.79


1:35.68 3:29. 18 7:37. 10

2001 2002 2001

200 400 800

Bourne, Ethridge, Rus, Lobdell Bourne, Corrick, Rus, Lobdell Corrick, Dixon, Bushnell, Lobdell

1000 1650



100 200

Mel issa Wil lard Corise Bittner


56.4 7

1999 1996


Olson, Hayashi ,



Coleman, Thompson



Wil lard, Rus, Corrick, Bourne



100 200

Kri stin e Hayashi Kri stin e Hayash i

I :05.07


1997 1997


381.55 48 1.85

1999 1999

I Meter Shannon Pace 3 Meter Shannon Pace


100 200

Courtney Co leman Carolyn Corrick

56.8 1

1997 2000

2: 02 .45

USO 2001-02 Season Bests:







50 Free I 00 Free 200 Free 500 Free I 000 Free 1650 Free 100 Back 200 Back I 00 Breast 200 Breast

200 Free Relay



Kaitlin Bourne Ka itlin Bourne Jaime Lobdell Jamie Jackson Kri sten Isbell Kri sten Isbell Marideth Rus Carolyn Gorrick Deborah Hoyt Katlin Bourne Carolyn Gorrick Carolyn Gorrick Carolyn Gorrick Mary Thiel

00:24.06 00:51.86 0 1:54.35 05:03.45 I0:32.30 17:29.33 00:59.57 02: I0.12 0 1:07.07 02:21.93 00:57.25 02:02.45 02:04.86 04:25.62

2/ l 8/02 2/20/02 2/ 19/02 2/ l 8/02 2/20/02 2/20/02 2/ 18/02 11 /03 /01 2/1 9/02 2/20/02 2119102 2/20/02 2/ 18/02 2/1 9/02

Bourne,Dorsey,Rus, Lobdell

(24.06,24.36,23. 76,23. 76)

400 Free Relay




(52.38,53.11 ,51.49,52.20)

800 Free Relay


2/ 19/02


( I:55. 77, I:56.67, I:55.96, I:51.95)

200 Medley Relay





400 Medley Relay


11 /29/01

100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 400 IM


( I:0 1.02, I:08. 16,59.06,52 82)






Time 23.42 5 1.20

50 Free

Sarah Corcoran Sarah Corcoran Carolyn Gorrick Heather Ballard

Denver Denver

2000 2000 2001 1993 1994 1999 1998 2000 2000 200 1 2000 2001 2001 2001 2002 2001 1997 1992 1994 1999

I00 Free 200 Free 500 Free 1650 Free 100 Back 200 Back I00 Breast 200 Breast

San Diego

I :50. 78 4:51.06 16:33.71 2:03.00 1:04.32 2: 18.47 2:01.33 2:04.65 4:22.87 I :35.68 3:29. 18 7:37.10 1:46.56 3:54.49 494.60 48 1,85 56.75 55.87

CS Northridge

April Diez

N. Arizona San Diego

Melissa Willard Jenni fer Wantabe

UC San Diego

Li sa Andrade Lisa Andrade


100 Fly 200 Fly 200 IM 4001M 200 FR 400 FR 800FR 200MR 400 MR I Meter 3 Meter

Jenni fe r Amthor Jenni fer Amthor Carolyn Gorrick Carolyn Gorrick San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego Nevada-Reno Dawn Burton Shannon Pace

Ca l Baptist Ca l Baptist Sa n Diego San Diego

CS Northridge

San Diego

The Pacific Collegiate Swimming Conference 14 USO & The Pacific Collegiate Swimming Conference (PCSC)

The University of San Diego Swimming and Diving program has enjoyed a great deal of success since joining the Pacific Collegiate Swimming Conference in 1976. The Toreros have captured the Conference Championship in two of the last three seasons, including winning back-to-back titles in 2000-2001. As a team the

USO First Team AII-PCSC: 2002 Kaitlin Bourne Meridith Rus Ilea Dorsey Jaime Lobdell

Toreros own all but one PCSC Relay record, most re- cently breaking the 400 Freestyle Relay mark with a 3:29.18 finish in 2002. There is 20 total events held at the PCSC Championships each year and USD stakes claim to nine conference records. Eight of those nine conference marks have come under fourth-year USD Head Coach Mike Keeler. In 2002 a disqualification in the 40-point 400 Medley Relay put the Toreros 40 points behind meet champion UC San Diego. The Torero relay teams fin– ished 1 st in four of five relay events on the day. In individual competition San Diego swimmers placed 1 st in 11 out of 20 events for the second straight season. "I am very proud of the effort but forth by this team at the 2002 championships," said Head Coach Mike Keeler. "We had a few unfortunate disqualifica-

Carolyn Garrick Deborah Hoyt Jaime Jackson Chelsea Flemmer Kristin Isbell 2001 Kaitlin Bourne Tori Bushnell Elisa Dixon Megan Ethridge Carolyn Garrick Kristin Isbell Anne Kennedy

Pacific Collegiate Swimming/ Diving Conference

Meridith Rus Jaime Lobdell Elizabeth Weeks-Comeau Mellisa Willard 2000 Kaitlin Bourne Courtney Coleman Elisabeth Dixon Ilea Dorsey Carolyn Garrick Elizabeth Lightner Jaime Lobdell Christine Motschman Shannon Pace Gretchen Pen Meredith Slattery Mary Thiel Elizabeth Weeks-Comeau 1999 Gretchen Pen Melissa Willard Kristine Hayashi Christine Motschman Stephanie Wang Courtney Coleman Shannon Pace 1998 Corise Bittner Courtney Coleman

tions that would have made the meet very close, but the team never gave up and continued to battle to the last event." With a time of 3:29.18, the Toreros captured a PCSC conference record in the 400-yard Freestyle Relay. The Toreros also captured 1 st place in the 200 freestyle relay with a time of 1:35.92 and in the 200-medley relay with a time of 1:47.74. San Diego's Carolyn Garrick captured three 1 st place finishes on the after– noon, including a meet-best 2:04.86 finish in the 200 M Individual Medley. Compet– ing against 56 other swimmers in the event, Garrick and USD teammates Kaitlin

Bourne (2:08.39) and Mary Theil (2: 10.83) finished in the top five. Garrick also fin– ished 1 st in the 400 Indi– vidual Medley (4:25.62) and the 200 Butterfly (2:02.45). Bourne placed first in both the 100 Butterfly (:57.25) and the 100 Freestyle (:51.86). Torero's Jamie Lobdell and Marideth Russ finished one and two in the 50 Freestyle. Lobdell's time of 24.15 and Russ, who swam a 24.30, were tops amongst 94 other competi- tors.

2002 PCSC Championship Standings

Points 681.5 641.5 441.5 401.0 395.0 387.0 247.0 243 .0 125 .0

Place School I.

UC San Diego U San Diego


Pepperdine UC Davis

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

UC Santa Cruz CS Bakersfield

Loyola Marymount


San Francisco St.

66.0 20.0

CS Hayward

10. 11.

Biola University

Kristine Hayashi Trish Malatesta Shannon Pace Gretchen Pen Katrina Rowe Laura Sides Megan Thompson Melissa Willard

PCSC Diver of the Year: 2000 Shannon Pace 1999 Shannon Pace 1998 Shannon Pace

PCSC Swimmer of the Year:

PCSC Coach of the Year: 200 I Mike Keeler

2001 Carolyn Garrick PCSC Diving Coach of the Year: 2000 John Kelley

2000 Mike Keeler 1996 Bill Morgan 1995 Bill Morgan

USD Alumni


A Abel, Kyna ('92-93) Abraham, Natalie ('9 1-95) Adams, Misa ('88-90) Allmaras, Jennifer ('88-90) Ash, Nancy ('92 -95) B Baker, Madeline ('86-87) Baldocchi , Lisa ('83 -84) Barker, Suzie ('94-96) Barnak, Lauren ('01-Pres)

McGrath , Co ll een ('78 - 79) Rohrback, Tori ('88 -89) McTaggat1, Janeen ('82 -83) Roj o, Tina ('95 -99) Metzger, Sarah ('89-93) Rowe, Katrina ('95-99) Meyers, Betsy ('78 -79) Rungo, Vicki ('80-8 1) Minto, Lauren ('94-96) Rus, Marideth ('98-02)

Corrick, Carolyn ('99-Pres) Graczyk, Kristen ('92-93) Green, Elizabeth ('86-87) Green, Victoria ('83-84) Grey, Lauren ('OJ-Pres) Guzman, Shanna ('95-97) H Hanaver, Lynn ('79-80) Hawblitzel, Mary ('89-90) Hausner, Pam ('79-80) Hayashi, Kristine ('96-99) Hayes, Lyndsi ('99-00) Hickey, Meghan ('93 -94) Hockett, Heather (' 87-89) Hollanhan, Jan ('82-86) Horenkamp, Marissa ('96-98) Hon-ocks, Abby ('95 -99) Hoyt, Deborah ('00-02) I lmwalle,Amy ('97-98) Isbell, Kristin ('00-Pres) Isham, Jennifer ('8 1-82) J Jackson, Jamie ('OJ-Pres) Jackson, Linda ('85 -86) Jeffries, Shei la ('87-88) John, Mavi (' 80-81) Johnson, Cindy ('94-95) K Kankowski, Ann (' 84-85) Keays, Chri stine ('97-99) Kehoe, A li son ('99-0 I) Kelly, Rhonda ('9 1-93) Kennedy, Anne (' 00-0 I) King, Lindsay ('92 -93) Klaas, Jennifer ('9 1-95) Klei n, Kate ('78- 79) KJimp, Sonya ('96-98) Kobayashi , Yumi ('93-95) Krneger, Kathryn ('83-84) Kupic,Amy ('87-88) L Larson, Julia ('94-97) Lee, Jennifer ('92-93) Leonovicz, Lisa ('90-91) Ligtenberg, Margie ('84-86) Lightfoot, Mary ('80-82) Lightner, Elizabeth ('99-00) Lobdell, Jamie ('98-02) Loncto, Megan ('93 -94) Lucas, Megan ('97-0 I) Lund, Shauna(' 8 1-82) M Macevicz, Cecelia ('82-84) Maddock, Laurie (' 82-84) Maddox, Kim ('94-96) Malamo, Cha Cha (' 78-79) Ma latesta, Trish ('97-98) McAdoo, Shelley ('83 -85) McCaffiey, Kelly ('88-90) McGlennen, Molly ('90-94)

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s Schmidt, Vanessa ('95 -96) Schweitzer, Mary lu ('88 -89) Schw ieger, Tracy ('90-94) Scott, Robin ('89-93) Settimi , Nora ('89-9 1) She ldon, Jennifer ('92 -93) Sides, Laura ('94-98) Simmons, Cami ('92-96) " Sims, Dianne ('80-82) Skufca , Valerie ('79-82) Slattery, Meredith ('99-00) Smith , Shannon ('83 -84) Stro ik, Laura ('97-99) Strojny, Heidi ('86-89) T Thiel, Mary ('98-02) Thompson, Megan ('94-98) Thompson, Rachel ('93 -95) Thornberry, Amy ('83 -84) To rrey, Susan ('89-93) Trol lope, Karen ('90-94) V Van Arsdall , Tara (' 00-0 I) Yan Hertum, Sandy ('89 -90) Van Ki rk, Conn ie ('92 -93) Vidos ic, Debb ie ('89-93)

Bartman, Lisa ('78-79) Bates, Ariana ('94-96) Beainy, Renee ('84-85) Bergen, Mary ('88-92) Birney, Laurie ('83-87) Bittner, Corise ('94-98) Bond, Kyla ('97-98)

N Near, Nancy ('84-86)

0 O ' Donnell, Erin ('78-79) O ' Rourke, Katie ('8 1-83) O ' Sulli van, Anne ('80-81) Odenwa ld, Denise ('8 1-82) O li ver, Becky ('80-8 1) O lson, Heather ('95 -99)

Bourne, Kaitlin ('99-Pres) Brennen, Bridget ('78-80) Buchanan, Nancy ('79-81) Bushnell, Victoria ('00-Pres) C Cassity, Colleen ('88-92) Cavallero, Rosann ('83 -87) Chalberg, Karen ('87-88) Childers, Reggie ('80-81) Childs, Tracie ('89-93) Churchill, Katherine ('01 -Pres) Clark, Diane ('79-80) Coleman, Courtney (' 96-00) Coy, Ali ('92-93) D Dahl, Tami ('92-93) Danahy, Karen ('87-91) Dauer, Trish ('80-82) Davidio, Janine ('87-89) Davis, Natalie ('95-96) DeGooyer, Stacey(' 83-85) Demakas, Can-ie ('93-96) Devine, Hi lary ('92-93) Dixon, Elisabeth ('99-01) Dorsey, Ilea ('98-02) Drake, Tracey ('78-79) E Edgar, Karen ('94-98) Ethridge, Meghan ('00-Pres) Erck, Candy ('80-81) F Fa llon, Michele ('90-9 1) Fatovic, Diane ('86-87) Ferschweiler, Dana ('84-85) Fisher, Celina ('92-93) Fisher, Suki ('90-91 , 92-94) Flemmer, Chelsea ('01 -Pres) Fong, Tracey Will (' 78- 79) Friedheim, Theresa ('88-89 G Garton, Samantha ('87-88) Gaudet, Katie ('87-89) Gaunt, Janet ("8 1-83, '85-86)

Otness, Kari ('95 -96) Otto, Shelley ('86-90)

Three-Time PCSC Diver of th e Yea r Shannon Pace

p Pace, Shannon ('96-00) Paulson, Cassie ('88 -90) Parker, Kirsten ('89-90) Pen, Gretchen ('96-99) Perry, Jelaine ('84-85) Platt, C.C. ('90-94) Pieksma, Michele (' 82-84) Pierson, Debbie ('79-80) Pinch, Jacque ('82-84) Pinder, Elizabeth ('90-91) Pinyan, Sue Sue ('78 -79) Pistilli , Lisa ('79-81) Poirot, Debbie ('86-89) Porter, Mary Beth ('87-89) Puchbauer, Trish ('85-87) Q Quinn, Caro lyn ('83 -84) R Ramirez, Anne ('79-80) Remaues, Ann ika ('95-96) Renn er, Barbara ('82-83) Rickert, Loi s ('79-82) Ri der, Marti na (' 84-88) Ri ffle , Michelle (' 83-84) Rob in son, CeCe (' 80-8 1) Roede r, Elizabeth (' 92-93)

Melissa Willard Owns the PCSC Record in the I00 Backstroke


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