Women's Swimming and Diving News - Cleveland State University
Location: The Robert F. Busbey Natatorium Results will be posted on www. avb4you.info after the event. . In and , the meet was closed in early . Following this historic meet, the NCAA gave in to the demands of swimmers and coaches alike and decided to return the championship meet to Cleveland State. 50 Meters (LC) Butterfly, , 6/16/, Giovanna Cappabianca, Busby Giovanna Cappabianca, Solon Stars "Summer Swimfest" Swim Meet.
He took 10 swimmers to nationals this year, totaling 13 All-America honors. McGraw, who earned the honor inbecame the first AU student-athlete to receive the honor since Outside of the college swimming season, Graham developed the popular AU Swim School, which was a popular program tailored to teach the basics of swimming to youngsters. Prior to arriving at Ashland, Graham was an assistant coach at Horizon League member Wright State fromhelping the Raiders to five conference championships.
He was also active in recruiting and developed and implemented training plans. For the seventh time in the last nine seasons under Karban, a Viking earned league Diver of the Meet honors when Kacey Cummings claimed the title in Josh Gonzalez was recognized in ; Dan Baiko took the top honor in both the one- and three-meter events in ; Chris Dalman won both the one- and three-meter titles in and the one-meter in ; Thatcher Carr won the three-meter inas well as both the one-meter and three-meter titles in ; and Chris Jones claimed the one-meter title and finished second in the three-meter in Dalman was also coached to an 18th place finish in the one-meter diving event and 20th place finish in the three-meter diving event at the NCAA Championships while under Karban.
Inhe became just the second diver and the fourth member of the swimming and diving team to be voted into the Cleveland State Athletics Hall of Fame. Karban also became the first CSU diver and just the second swimming and diving team member to win an Eastern Intercollegiate Championship, claiming the three-meter title in During each of his four seasons on the team, he also helped the Vikings to a team title at the Penn-Ohio Championships.
He spent the first two seasons as an assistant and was the head diving coach for the Vikings for the season. Karban then coached the diving team at Eastern Michigan fromearning the Mid-American Conference Coach of the Year honor in He also coached his U. Diving Junior Olympic Club to a fifth-place finish at the national championships in Karban and his wife, Betsy, were married in and have two children, Rich and Elyssa.
His first two seasons were a great success, as he helped coach the men to a Horizon League Championship along with a second place finish inwhile the women placed second at the Horizon League Championships in As a swimmer, Rapien was a four-time letter winner and team captain from at Ashland University for the Eagles.
She spent three years as an assistant coach at Fairmont State University.
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Novgorod, Russia from Inozemtseva has more than 17 years of success at the international level and was an alternate for the Olympics in Sydney.
An Olympic Trial qualifier in andshe participated at the Swimming World Cup inand in she was the runner-up at the Russian National Championship in and She won the conference championships in the 50 and free in at Fairmont State where she holds multiple school records. Member of Horizon League Champion medley relay team and medley relay team Won the breaststroke at the Horizon League Championships Riordan also set records in the free relay and the medley relay.
Bonaventure with a time of 9: HIGH SCHOOL Named an All-American in medley relay and free relay as a senior at Notre Dame High School…set school record in IM as a junior, in addition to new records in the Back, MR and Free Relay as a senior…his high school team, coached by Shaun Ribordy, lost just once in his four-year varsity career…team was four-time conference champion, while winning the sectional championship and finishing sixth in the state in Notre Dame with a score of Bonaventure with a score of Doherty was the team captain as a senior and was an All-Sun selection in Heckman is an eight time individual league champion Son of Michael and Grit Sikatzki Earned 3 varsity letters.
Son of Brandon and Tabatha Part of State Chamionship team. Finished with 12 total varsity letters. Son of Michael and Stacey Robbins Was a four-time all conference selection, three-time state qualifier, and was a top six finisher in both the and freestyle events at the Illinois High School State Championships Son of Lawrence and Debra Fitzgerald Has three brothers, John, Joey, and Ryan.
League champion in back and IM as a freshman.
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League champ in medley relay and free relay Placed 2nd in back at State, 4th in IM and 2nd team all State as a sophomore. League record in back, IM, medley, free, and free Placed 1st at states in back as a junior and senior. Has a brother, Jaden and sister, Jena.
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Plans to major in business. Had a strong performance at the state meet with a Son of John Tippen and Janice Tonelli Set Free Relay record First team all-conference junior and senior year State qualifier 3 years.
Son of Richard and Joy Wethington Plans to major in Biology. Individual first place finishes. Season wins The Vikings showed well all season long, finishing with a record of on the season. The men went against Horizon League oppenents and finished second at the Horizon League Championships. In the 50 yard free, Alex Lewis finished in first place at the Horizon League Championships with a time of Adam Ingledew finished close to Alex with a third place finish with a time of Record Breakers Last season was a great one not only for the team as a whole, but also for individual events.
The Vikings set a conference and school record in the medley relay at the Horizon League Swimming and Diving Championships with a time of 3: Alex Lewis also broke two conference records with a split time of Alex Lewis in had quite a few of the Vikings top times on the season in four seperate events.
Other senior swimmers Justin Kermack and Alasdair Shillito had top times in the 50 yard back, and yard back, and yard fly. Sophomore divers Danny Roberts and Steve Schillero added team bests in the 3-meter and 1-meter dives. Juniors Nathan Grant and Kyle Riordan recorded team bests in the and yard breast,and free. Morton coached his teams to 20 conference titles while amassing 44 winning seasons. This also included 29 seasons with a record of. He also has been named the recipient of the Richard E.
Tamas in the fly timed out at 1: Chevalier also competed in the IM at the Horizon League Championships with the third best time 4: The one feature that immediately stood out was the pool's large gutters, which made it extremely fast compared to those of other schools. Over the course of consecutive weekends, the NCAA came to the conclusion that the Busbey Natatorium was one of a kind.
Following this historic meet, the NCAA gave in to the demands of swimmers and coaches alike and decided to return the championship meet to Cleveland State. When the Division I Championships were completed, there was no doubt left as to which pool was superior in the United States.
The meet featured the shattering of sixteen NCAA records; a mark that still stands today. In fact, the finals were later termed as "The greatest swimmers in the fastest pool at the greatest meet in history" by none other than the NCAA itself.
Two years later, the meet returned to Cleveland, and, after a five year lapse, it was back again for a fourth time in to sellout crowds yet again. Since that time, the Busbey Natatorium has also served as host to other top-notch collegiate championships.
The pool has been an eleven-time host site of the Eastern Intercollegiate Championships and hosted the Penn-Ohio Conference Championships a staggering 17 times. What may stand out the most is the variety of the 16 national aquatic championships that have been held at Cleveland State. In addition, the October 22, issue of Sports Illustrated ranked the Busbey Natatorium the sixth fastest pool in America.
The structure of the Busbey Natatorium itself is even unique.
The fact that an incrediblegallons of water are needed to fill the pool is unusual. Below the surface, the pool features underwater speakers and six underwater windows which provide the CSU staff with an excellent coaching tool. Also, the pool utilizes an automatic touchpad timing system for up to ten lanes during meets. For the swimming spectator, the Busbey Natatorium has a seating capacity of 1, fans. The pool's uniqueness is not limited to simply the main pool itself.
Busbey Natatorium, in honor of long-time swimming coach and athletic director, Bob Busbey.