USD Women's Swimming and Diving 1995-1996
University of San Diego Women's Swimming & Diving
1995-96 MEDIA GUIDE
UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO ~OREROS
USD Athletic Department
5998 Alcala Park, San Diego, CA 92 110-2492 Enrollment: 6,400 Founded: 1949 Affiliation: NCAA Division I Conference: Pacific Coast Swimming Conference (PCSC) President: Dr. Alice B. Hayes NCAA Faculty Representative: Thomas Burke
Athletic Director: Tom Iannacone (Connecticut, 1964) Assistant Athletic Director: Dan Yourg (Wisconsin, 1980) Assistant Athletic Director: Regina Su llivan (Yale, 1983) Director of Athletic Development: Ky Snyder (San Diego State, 1985) Director of Facilities: John Martin (San Diego State, 1972) Director of Intramurals/Recreation: Gary Becker (UC San Diego, 197 1)
Head Athletic Trainer: Carolyn Greer, M.A., A.T., C. Assistant Trainer: Andy Myerson, M.A. , A.T. , C. Assistant Trainer: Suzi Higgins, A.T. , C.
Sports Information Director: Ted Gosen (San Jose State, 1979) Asst. SID/Swimming Contact: Mike Daniels (UC San Diego, 1993) Head Swimming Coach: Bill Morgan (San Diego State, 1976) Office Phone: (6 I9) 260-2372 Office Fax: (619) 292-0388 Home Pool: USO Sports Center
USD Sports Center Swimming Pool The USO Women's Swimming and Diving team competes and trains at the USO Sports Cen ter Swimming Pool. The 12-lane, 25-yard pool features Spanish style architecture and a spacious deck set in the heart of Alcala Park's sporting community. The pool contains dual 1-meter diving boards and is conveniently close to USD's weight room facility. The Sports Center Swimming Pool is a popular winter training site for colle– giate and high school programs. In the last few years, schools such as Colo– rado State, California , Wyoming, Fresno State, Utah and Northern Arizona have utilized the grounds in preparation for meets.
1995-96 USO Swimming Media Guide 011 Front Cover: Laura Sides, Corise Bittner, Megan Thompson, Julia Larson Designed and edited by: Mike Daniels, Assistant Sports lllformatio11 Director. Printer: Kings Printing Corporation
Photography: Brock Scott, Bosco-Nestor.
University of San Diego
Setting The University of San Diego is an independent Catholic institution of higher education. Founded in 1949, USO is located on 180 acres overlooking Mission Bay, San Diego Har– bor and the Pacific Ocean. The campus is named Alcala Park and is located just 10 minutes from downtown San Diego.
Academics USO enrolls more than 6,400 students who have a choice of more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The University in– cludes the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Schools of Business Administration, Education, Law and Nursing. Class size generally averages between I0-30 students with the student to teacher ratio being 18: I. Over 96 percent of USD's full-time faculty hold doctorates. Student Life Student activities include cultural events, dances, boat cruises, beach parties, BBQ's, concerts, com– edy nights, symposia and much more. Students participate in a wide range of volunteer projects such as adult literacy tutoring, senior citizen out– reach, and house building in Tijuana. Over two– thirds of the USO community partakes in intra– mural sports.
The Campus The USO campus is one of the most architecturally unique institutions found in the coun– try, featurin~ 18 major buildings designed in an ornamental 16th century Spanish Renais– sance style. [n the last decade USO has completed eight major construction and expansion projects. In 1990, the renovated Katherine M . and George M. Pardee Jr. Legal Research Center opened, a facility double the size of the former law libarary that offers the lastest in information technology. Athletics San Diego is a member of the Pacific Coast Swimming Conference for swimming, Pioneer Football League for football and West Coast Conference for all other sports. USO com– petes in 16 intercollegiate sports on the NCAA Division I level. Men's sports include: basketball, baseball, crew, cross country, golf, football, soccer and tennis. Women sports include: basketball, crew, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball. [n the past three seasons alone, six USO teams have advanced to NCAA Tournaments.
t}nlversity of San OiegO Arcntves
I Bill Morgan, Head Coach One of the most successful coaches in southern California, Bill Morgan finishes his third season at USD and 16th year as a collegiate coach. He became the second head coach in the program's 18 year history on May 27, 1993. Morgan received his second straight PCSC Coach of the Year award this season after guiding the Toreros to a second place conference finish and a 12-1 dual meet record. Morgan's impressive credentials include 13 seasons as head coach of the women's (1979- 90) and men's (1977-90) swimming programs at the University of California, San Diego. In his tenure at UCSD, Morgan led the Tritons to six second place finishes at the NCAA Division III Finals. Morgan was named NCAA Division III Women's Swimming Coach of the Year in 1985 and Men's Swimming Coach of the Year in 1989. A 1976 graduate of San Diego State with a BA in Recreation Administration, Morgan established Aztec swim records in the 1,000 and 1,650 freestyle and 400 IM events following an All-American junior college career. Bill and wife, Gretchen, reside with their two daughters, Megan and Emily, in Del M_ar. I DarrellSwenson, Assistant Co11clt I
Darrell Swenson finishes his first season with the USO swimming program. Swenson came to USD after guiding the UC Davis swimming team to a fourth place finish at the Pacific Coast Swimming Conference Championships and eighth place finish at the NCAA Division II meet.
Swenson has been in the coaching ranks for 24 years, beginning with San Diego State in 1972. While at SDSU, Swenson was the head coach of the Hertland Swim Association and held that position in 1978. Swenson then went a different direction, working for Pacific Bell for ten years until resuming his coaching career in 1989. Swenson was the assistant coach at UC San Diego for three years before being named the assistant coach of women's swimming at UC Berekely in 1992. In 1994, he was named head coach at UC Davis. Swenson has bachelor's degrees in history and physical education and received his teaching credential in 1975. He also served in the U.S. Navy for four years and is a veteran of the Vietnam War.
Karen Jewell ends her fifth season as USD's diving coach. She previously served as diving instructor at Grossmont College. Jewell took a break from collegiate diving to concentrate on her Civil Engineering degree, obtained from San Diego State in 1989. As a prepster, Jewell earned third place at the 1984 CIF-San Diego Section Championships while at Patrick Henry High. Karen and husband Steve reside in La Mesa, CA.
Yr. Hometown/Last School
Suzie Barker Ariana Bates Corise Bittner Natalie Davis Carrie Demakas Shanna Guzman Abby Horrocks Julia Larson Kim Maddox Lauren Minto Heather Olson Karen Edgar
Free/Back 5-11 So Santa Ana, CA/Mater Dei HS
So Golden, CO/Golden HS
5-11 So Homer, AK/Homer HS
5-8 5-6 5-8 5-4 5-7 5-9 5-7 6-0 6-0
Sr Spokane, WNGonzaga Prep So La Mesa, CNGrossmont HS So Del Mar, CA/Acalanes HS Fr Sacramento, CNSt. Francis HS So Tacoma, WNStadium HS So Madison, WI/La Jolla HS So Missoula, MT/Sentinel HS Fr San Mateo, CA/Hillsdale HS Fr Petersburg, AK/Petersburg HS Fr Concord, CNCarondelet HS Fr San Jose, CA/Presentation HS Fr Whittier, CA/Rosary HS So Omaha, NE/Omaha Bunke HS Fr Sollentuna, Sweden/Ruclbeclissliolan HS
Breast/IM 5-7 IM/Breast 5-3
5-8 5-9 5-8
Sr Hemet, CNHemet HS
Megan Thompson Free/Back 5-8
So Bellingham, WNSenome HS So Carson City, NV/Carson HS
Head Coach: Bill Morgan Assistant Coaches: Darrell Swenson, Karen Jewel
Diving Coach Mike Fitchett Coming Aboard For '96-97 Season Mike Fitchett, who is not new to the San Diego area was named USD's new diving coach on March 8. Fitchett has been the head coach of the Unites States Junior Olympic Diving Team that trains in San Diego the past three years. He was also the head diving coach at UC San Diego from 1992-95 where he produced six NCAA Division III National Champions and 23 top-eight finalists. While he was at UCSD, he was named NCAA Division III Diving Coach of the Year and three times selected the Pacific Coast Swimming Conference Women's Diving Coach of the Year. Previous to UCSD, Fitchett coached at Clemson University where he produced six NCAA All Americans and four top-eight finalists. He was also named ACC Diving Coach of the Year in 1988, 1990 and 1991. Fitchett received his Masters in Education from Clemson in 1990 and is currently finishing his teaching credential at UCSD.
Meet the Toreros
So Acalanes HS
SUZIE BARKER Santa Ana, CA Freestyle/Backstroke
Del Mar, CA Backstroke
Mater Dei HS
'95-96: All PCSC in I00 Back (58.81) and 200 Back (2:04.90) taking second place in conference meet in both events. Personal: Broke the team record in the I 00 Back in high school... Major is Marine Sci– ence... Born November 3, 1976 in Oakland, CA.
'95-96: 50 Free best time of 25.27... 200 Free best time of 2:01.50. Personal: Academic All-American in high school. .. All-CIF selection...Major is Math– ematics... Chose USO for its size and prox– imity to home... Born July 17, 1976 in Or– ange, CA.
Fr St. Francis HS
ABBY HORROCKS Sacramento, CA Freestyle
So Golden HS
ARIANA BATES Golden, CO Butterfly/Freestyle
'95-96: Best time of I:03. 12 in the 100 '95-96: Holds USO records in 500 Free and Fly .. . 100 Free best time of 56.57. 1650 Free, broken at conference meet... All Personal: First Team All-League in high PCSC in four events. school... Major is Biology... Born May 26, Personal: Voted Swimmer of the Year in 1976 in Denver, CO.
high school... Chose USO for the swim pro- gram and school size... Also recruited by UC Irvine and Loyola Marymount... Com– puter Science and Math major. .. Born Au-
gust 30, 1977 in Sacramento, CA.
'95-96: Holds six USO records, breaking five this season and four of those coming in relays... All PCSC in 100 Back, 200 Back, and four of the five relays. Personal: State champion in 200 IM and I00 Back in high school... Also recruited by Washington and UC Santa Barbara... Major is Ocean Studies... Born March 6, 1976 in Homer, AK.
'95-96: All Conference in four events, fin– ishing in second in 100 Breast... Member of the 400 Medley Relay team that broke the conference record. Personal: Finished in top eight in 50 Free and I00 Breast at state... Also played ten– nis... Member of the Dean's List... Major is Elementary Education... Born November 18, 1975 in Rochester, MN.
So Grossmont HS
KARENEDGAR La Mesa, CA Freestyle
'95-96: Best time of25.79 in 50 Free... Best time of 55.98 in 100 Free. Personal: Major is Political Science... Born September 20, 1976 in La Mesa, CA.
Meet the Toreros
Fr Hillsdale HS
So La Jolla HS
HEATHER OLSON San Mateo, CA Backstroke
KIMMADDOX Madison, WI Distance Freestyle
'95-96: 500 Free best time of 5:14.34, ranked '95-96: I00 Back best time of 60.10... 200 third on the team... 200 Free best time of Back best time of 2: 15.89. 2:00.52. Personal: MVP and team captain of high Personal: Named MVP of high school school team... Major is Marine Science... team all four years... Only member of fam- Born January I, 1977 in San Mateo, CA.
ily to be in college and compete in sport out of high school... Major is Psychology... Born April 23, 1975 in Madison, WI.
KARI OTNESS Petersburg, AK Butterfly
So Sentinel HS
LAURENMINTO Missoula, MT Freestyle
'95-96: Best time in 200 Fly of 2: 15.58, third on the team... Best time in 100 Fly of
'95-96: 1650 Free best time of 18:50.18... l:0 2 .o 4 .
Personal: Works on a commercial fishing boat in the summer in Alaska.. . Dad played basketball at Oregon State... International Relations major... Born April 13, 1977 in Petersburg, AK. ANNIKA REMAEUS Fr Sollentuna, Sweden Ruclbeclissliolan HS Breaststroke '95-96: Conference champion in I00 Breast ( I:06.47) and 400 Medley Relay team... All PCSC also in 200 IM (2:09.09) and 200 Breast (2:22.96)... Holds three USO records. Personal: Major is Biology... Born August 7, 1974 in Sollentuna, Sweden
500 Free best time of 5:32.07. Personal: MVP and All State during senior year in high school... Named Montana Swim– mer of they Year in I994 and broke state record in 1650 Free... Major is Biology... Born August 25, 1976 in Missoula, MT.
Pacific Coast Swimming Conference University of San Diego Cal State Bakersfield Pepperdine University San Francisco State University UC Davis
Cal State Hayward Cal State Northridge Chapman University
UC San Diego UC Santa Cruz U.S. Air Force Academy
Loyola Marymount University Northern Ariwna University
Meet the Toreros
Sr Hemet HS
CAMI SIMMONS Hemet, CA Freestyle/Backstroke
TINA ROJO Concord, CA
'95-96: All PCSC in four events... Member of 200 Free Relay team that broke confer– ence record (I :36.52) and 200 Medley Re– lay team that broke PCSC record ( I:47.63)... Member of champion 400 Medley Relay team... Finished sixth in 50 Free (24.54). Personal: Named Swimmer of the Year for USD in '94 and '95... All PCSC in swimming and academics... Sister, Coralie, plays water polo at UCLA and for Women's National Team... Major is English... Born October 25, 1974 in Banning, CA.
'95-96: Placed fourth in conference meet in 200 Breast with time of 2:26.95. Personal: Also recruited by Oregon and Washington... Major is Marine Science/Bi– ology... Born February 25, 1977 in San Fran– cisco, CA.
Fr Presentation HS
KATRINAROWE San Jose, CA Freestyle
'95-96: Broke USD record in 200 Free at the conference meet with a time of I:53.94... Holds two other USD records in relay events.. . All PCSC in three events. Personal: MVP and team captain of high school team... Also played water polo and was First Team All League... Major is Busi– ness... Born Nov. 5, 1977 in Pasadena, CA.
MEGAN THOMPSON Bellingham, WA Freestyle/Backstroke
'95-96: Member of 200 Free and 200 Med– ley Relay teams that broke conference records... All PCSC in six events... Placed third in 100 Free (53.06)... Placed fourth in 100 Back (59.16)... Placed seventh in 200 IM (2: 10.84). Personal: Mom swam at Central Washing– ton Univ. and dad played baseball... Placed first in the state in 100 Back and second in 100 Fly in high school... Also played bas– ketball and softball... Born October 2, 1975 in Ellensburg, WA.
Fr Rosary HS
VANESSA SCHMIDT Whittier, CA Butterfly/Distance Free
'95-96: Second best time on the team in 200 Fly (2: 13.99)... Personal best in I00 Fly with time of I:03.24... 1650 Free best time of I8: I8.78. Personal: Qualified for CIF during all four years in high school... Also played on water polo team... Major is Engineering... Born May 3, 1977 in Bellflower, CA.
MARYWURSTER Carson City, NV
So Omaha Burke HS
LAURASIDES Omaha,NE Freestyle/Butterfly
'95-96: Broke USD record in 400 IM at PCSC with a time of 4:35.74 and placed third... Also All Conference in 1650 Free, 500 Free Relay and 800 Free Relay (broke USD record with time of7:51.71). Personal: Scholastic All American through– out high school... Born January 5, I976 in Carson City, NV.
'95-96: All PCSC in seven events... Holds two conference records... Won the 100 Fly at PCSC with a time of 57.53... Also part of champion 200 Free and 400 Medley Relay teams... Holds five USD records. Personal: Most Valuable Swimmer throughout high school... Also played vol– leyball.. . Recruited by Arizona State, Kan– sas and SMU... Born October 18, 1975 in Omaha,NE.
USD All-Time Roster
Paulson, Cassie ('88-90) Parker, Kirsten ('89-90) 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)
Hollanhan, Jan ('82-86) Horrocks, Abby ('95-pres.) Isham, Jennifer ('81-82) Jackson, Linda ('85-86) Jeffries, Sheila ('87-88) John, Mavi ('80-81) Johnson, Cindy ('94-95) Kankowski, AnnMarie ('84-85) Kelly, Rhonda ('91 -93) Klaas, Jennifer ('91-95) Klein, Kate ('78-79) King, Lindsay ('92-95) Kobayashi, Yumi ('93-95) Krueger, Kathryn ('83-84) Kupic, Amy ('87-88) Larson, Julia ('94-pres.) Lee, Jennifer ('92-93) Leonovicz, Lisa ('90-91) Ligtenberg, Margie ('84-86) Lightfoot, Mary ('80-82) Loncto, Megan ('93-94) Lund, Shauna ('81-82) Maddock, Laurie ('82-84) Maddox, Kim ('94-pres.) Macevicz, Cecelia ('82-84) Malamo, Cha Cha ('78-79) McAdoo, Shelly ('83-85) Mccaffrey, Kelly ('88-90) McG!ennen, Molly ('90-94) McGrath, Colleen ('78-79) McTaggart, Janeen ('82-83) Metzger, Sarah ('89-93) Meyers, Betsy ('78-79) Minto, Lauren ('94-pres.) Misfeldt, Julie ('85-86) Mostero, Laura ('83-85) Mracheck, Sarah ('89-90) Murphy, Eileen ('87-89) Myer, Betsy ('78-79) O'Donnell, Erin ('78-79) O'Rourke, Katie ('81-83) O'Sullivan, Anne ('80-81) Odenwald, Denise ('81-82) Oliver, Becky ('80-81) Olson, Heather ('95-pres.) Otness, Kari ('95-pres.) Otto, Shelley ('86-90) Near, Nancy ('84-86)
Abel, Kyna ('92-93) Abraham, Natalie ('91-95) Adams, Misa ('88-90) Allmaras, Jennifer ('88-90) Ash, Nancy ('92-95) Baker, Madeline ('86-87) Baldocchi, Lisa ('83-84) Barker, Suzie ('94-pres.) Bartman, Lisa ('78-79) Bates, Ariana ('94-pres.) Beainy, Renee ('84-85) Bergen, Mary ('88-92) Birney, Laurie ('83-87) Bittner, Corise ('94-pres.) Brennan, Bridget ('78-80) Buchanan, Nancy ('79-81) Cassity, Colleen ('88-92) Cavallero, Rosann ('83-87) Chalberg, Karen ('87-88) Childers, Reggie ('80-8 I)
Quinn, Carolyn ('83-84)
Ramirez, Anne ('79-80) Remaeus, Annika ('95-pres.) Renner, Barbara ('82-83) Rickert, Lois ('79-82) Rider, Martina ('84-88) Riffle, Michelle ('83-84) Robinson, Amanda ('90-92) Robinson, CeCe ('80-81) Roeder, Elizabeth ('92-93) Rohrback, Tori ('88-89) Rojo, Tina ('95-pres.) Rowe, Katrina ('95-pres.) Rungo, Vicki ('80-81) Schmidt, Vanessa ('95-pres.) Schweitzer, Marylu ('88-89) Schwieger, Tracy ('90-94) Scott, Robin ('89-93) Settimi, Nora ('89-91) Sheldon, Jennifer ('92-93) Sides, Laura ('94-pres.) Simmons, Cami ('92-pres.) Sims, Dianne ('80-82) Skufca, Valerie ('79-82) Smith, Shannon ('83-84) Strojny, Heidi ('86-89) Thompson, Meghan ('94-pres.) Thompson, Rachel ('93-95) Thornberry, Amy ('83-84) Van Hertum, Sandy ('89-90) Van Kirk, Connie ('92-93) Vidosic, Debbie ('89-90, '91-93) Walsh, Mary ('78-79, 80-81) Whitaker, Suzanne ('78-79) Willfong, Tracey ('78-80) Witt, Jennifer ('89-92) Wurster, Mary ('94-pres.) Torrey, Susan ('89-93) Trollope, Karen ('90-94)
Childs, Tracie ('89-93) Clark, Diane ('79-80) Coy, Ali ('92-93) Dahl, Tami ('92-93) Danahy, Karen ('87-91) Dauer, Trish ('80-82)
Davidio, Janine ('87-89) Davis, Natalie ('95-pres.) DeGooyer, Stacey ('83-85) Demakas, Carrie ('93-pres.)
Devine, Hilary ('92-93) Drake, Tracey ('78-79) Edgar, Karen ('94-pres.) Erck, Candy ('80-81)
Fallon, Michele ('90-91) Fatovic, Diane ('86-87) Ferschweiler, Dana ('84-85) Fisher, Celina ('92-93) Fisher, Suki ('90-91 , '92-94) Fong, Tracey Will ('78-79) Franklin, Betsy ('78-79) Friedheim, Theresa ('88-89) Garton, Samantha ('87-88) Gaudet, Katie ('87-89) Gaunt, Janet ('81-83, '85-86) Givliani, ('82-83) Graczyk, Kirsten ('92-93) Green, Elizabeth ('86-87) Green, Victoria ('83-84) Guzman, Shanna ('95-pres.) Hanaver, Lynn ('79-80) Hawblitzel, Mary ('89-90) Hausner, Pam ('79-80) Hickey, Meghan ('93-94) Hockett, Heather ('87-89)
Zilius, Laurann ('90-94)
1995-96 Dual Meet Results MEET RECORD 12-1
SAN DIEGO STATE
174-117 167-130 126-117 180-62 201-110 160-151 138-123 85-111 122-95 77-38 77-54 120-93
Fri. Sat. Fri. F-S. F-S. Fri. Fri. Fri. Sat. Sat. Fri. Sat. T-S Ri.
Oct. 27 Nov. 4 Nov. 10 Nov. 10
at UC San Diego
UC IRVINE at Pepperdine
Nov. 17-18 Nov. 17-18
Cal State Northridge at San Diego State
Dec. 1 Jan. 5 Jan. 10 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 13 Jan. 19 Jan. 27
2nd-l 73 pts
at UCI Invite
FRESNO STATE at UC Santa Cruz at San Jose State vs. Cal Poly SLO at CS Northridge PEPPERDINE
· Home matches in BOLD CAPITALS and played at USD Sports Center Pool
1995-96 Season In Review The Toreros '95-96 season was the best in history, only losing one dual meet and finishing in second place in the conference championships. Head coach Bill Morgan was selected Pacific Coast Swimming Conference Coach of the Year for the second straight year and ten swimmers received All Conference honors. Four conference records along with 15 school records were broken during the three-day conference meet. The Toreros began the swimming season with two victories over city rivals San Diego State and UC San Diego. The team carried that momentum into their Northern Arizona meet and pulled out a victory on the final relay event. The Toreros were 7-0 before suffering their lone defeat of the season at the hands of Fresno State. That Joss didn't hurt the team as they reeled off six more dual-meet victories heading into the PCSC Championships. Six Toreros were crowned conference champions in three individual events and three relay events. Cami Simmons, Megan Thompson, Corise Bittner and Laura Sides began the meet by winning the 200 Freestyle Relay and setting a new conference record. Bittner, Sides and Simmons were joined by Annika Remaeus in the 400 Medley Relay with the foursome picking up the second Torero championship at the end of the first day. The Toreros began the second day the same as the first and won the 200 Medley Relay and broke another conference record with the team of Bittner, Simmons, Thompson and Julia Larson. Laura Sides then captured the I00 Butterfly championship with a PCSC record time of 57.53. Not to be outdone, Annika Remaeus won the I00 Breaststroke and broke the USD mark in the process. The final championship win came on the final day with Corise Bittner breaking a PCSC record and winning the 200 Backstroke.
Tlllle 24.39 52.84
Season 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1983-84 1995-96 1994-95 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1995-96 1994-95 1992-93 1995-96 1995-96
Laura Sides Laura Sides Katrina Rowe Abby Horrocks Stacey DeGooyer Abby Horrocks Annika Remaeus Annika Remaeus Laura Sides Laura Sides Hilary Devine Mary Wurster Corise Bittner Corise Bittner
50 Freestyle I00 Freestyle 200 Freestyle 500 Freestyle 1000 Freestyle l 650 Freestyle 100 Backstroke 200 Backstroke 100 Breaststroke 200 Breaststroke
1:53.94 5:05.35 10:46.80 17:26.45 58.15 2:03.33 1:06.47 2:22.96 57.53 2:08.37 2:09.07 4:35.74 1:36.52
100 Butterfly 200 Butterfly
200 Ind. Medley 400 Ind. Medley 200 Free Relay
400 Free Relay
Rowe, Sides Sides, Rowe,
7:5 l.7 l
800 Free Relay
Horrocks, Wurster Bittner, Larson, Simmons, Thompson
200 Medley Relay
Bittner, Remaeus, Sides, Simmons
400 Medley Relay
IM Diving 3M Diving
Past Results and Finish
(under Coach Morgan) Conference Finish Second - 668 points Fifth - 358 points Seventh - 189 points
Record 12-1 9-7 3-14
Season '95-96 '94-95 '93-94
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