Coaching Staff Women’s Records Student-Athlete Proﬁles Women’s Program Overview
T.J. Davis Event Time Year Name Whitney Rosenbaum ‘10 returns for her ﬁnal season with the Hamilton
Whitney Rosenbaum College women’s swimming and diving team after she earned honorable
Head Coach 50-yd free 24.20 1997 Wendy Marrs ’97 Senior, Captain mention All-America honors in the 200-yard butterﬂy at the 2009 NCAA
100-yd free 52.99 1997 Wendy Marrs ’97 Butterﬂy, Freestyle Division III championships in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rosenbaum and
T.J. Davis is leading the men’s and women’s Alford, Mass./Monument Mountain HS Carolyn Meyer ‘10 are the team captains and are two of ﬁve seniors on
swimming and diving programs into his eighth
200-yd free 1:55.32 2006 Mary Tripp ’09 the roster. The others are Chessie Crane ‘10, Danielle Fortier ‘10 and
season at Hamilton College. The men have 500-yd free 5:05.01 1995 Liz Sichol ’96 “A physically and mentally tough athlete. Emma McCarthy ‘10. A total of 19 letter winners return from last season,
ﬁnished in the top 20 of the NCAA Division 1000-yd free 10:31.15 1995 Liz Sichol ’96 She is the programs top flyer.” 2008-09: including team record-holders Megan Gibbons ‘12 and Liz Bucceri ‘11.
III championships team standings four times, Placed 16th in NCAA Championships in 200 The program’s ﬁrst All-American was Cathy Imboden in 1982.
1650-yd free 17:21.05 1995 Liz Sichol ’96 ﬂy ...Holds record in 50 ﬂy (26.59) ,100 ﬂy Diver Cady Kashner ‘03 was the 2003 national champion in the 1-meter
while the women have accomplished that feat
on three occasions. The highest ﬁnish for either
50-yd back 28.43 2006 Suzie Wilson ’06 (58.52), and part of a team record in the 800 springboard. A total of 20 athletes have earned All-America recognition
and a number of others have received honorable mention All-America
team at the NCAA championships was 14th place by the women in 2003. 100-yd back 59.33 2000 Jen Kunz ’01 free relay (7:49.87) ... Placed fourth in the 200 ﬂy and sixth in the 50
awards. Hamilton has scored points at the NCAA championships 17
Davis guided the men to 15th place in 2003 and 2004. Two swimmers -- 200-yd back 2:08.76 2004 Suzie Wilson ’06 ﬂy and 100 ﬂy in the NESCAC Championships ... NESCAC Performer times since 1982, and ﬁnished 14th, 15th and 18th at the national meet
Whitney Rosenbaum ‘10 and Bowie Sievers ‘11 -- competed in the 2009 of the Week (1/19/09). 2007-08: Liberty League champion in 100 ﬂy, under head coach T.J. Davis. The Continentals’ best showing at the
50-yd breast 30.91 2005 Brittany Achin ’05 200 ﬂy and 200 free ... Seventh in 200 ﬂy at NESCAC championships.
NCAA meet, and Rosenbaum was an honorable mention All-American national championships was 10th place with 119 points in 2000. Both
in the 200-yard butterﬂy.
100-yd breast 1:05.19 2005 Brittany Achin ’05 2006-07: Third in the 100 ﬂy at Liberty League championships. ... Meghan Steed ‘00 and Liz Sichol ‘96 collected All-America honors three
200-yd breast 2:22.43 2005 Brittany Achin ’05 Finished 13th in 200 ﬂy and 16th in 50 ﬂy at NESCAC championships. out of four years during their collegiate careers. The most recent All-
Davis has coached 11 different Hamilton swimmers and divers to
American was Brittany Achin ‘05, who was a breaststroke specialist, in
a total of 25 All-America awards. One of those athletes was diver Mike 50-yd ﬂy 26.59 2009 Whitney Rosenbaum ‘10 Carolyn Meyer 2005.
Salmon ‘06, who won national titles in the 1- and 3-meter springboard at 100-yd ﬂy 58.08 2009 Whitney Rosenbaum ‘10 Hamilton competes in the New England Small College Athletic
the 2006 NCAA championships. Todd Johnson ‘08 earned All-America Conference (NESCAC) championships every February. Nicole Knapp
honors as he ﬁnished eighth in the 100 backstroke at the 2008 NCAA
200-yd ﬂy 2:05.03 2003 Nicole Knapp ’05 Freestyle, Breaststroke
‘05 earned all-NESCAC honors in four events and Achin was recognized
meet. Davis’ swimmers and divers have broken 31 school records 100-yd IM 1:02.26 2003 Nicole Knapp ’05 Wilton, Conn./Wilton HS in three events at the 2005 championships. Athletes that ﬁnish in the
since he arrived at Hamilton. A total of 26 athletes have earned 51 200-yd IM 2:07.87 2003 Nicole Knapp ’05 top three of any individual or relay event make the all-conference team.
“True leader who can swim a variety of events.
all-conference honors from the New England Small College Athletic The NESCAC championships are one of the fastest Division III meets in
400-yd IM 4:30.00 2003 Nicole Knapp ’05 She is one of the team’s best athletes.” 2007- the nation prior to the NCAA meet. Two NESCAC teams placed in the
Conference (NESCAC) under Davis’ tutelege. Johnson captured the 08: Member of the team that tied for second
NESCAC Four-Year High-Point Swimmer Award after the 2008 confer-
200-yd 1:48.83 2000 Amy Ryan ’00 top 10 at the 2009 NCAA championships and eight of the 11 member
in the 200 medley relay and tied for ﬁfth schools scored points. Other highlights on the 2009-10 schedule include
ence meet. medley relay Kat Donovan ’02 Wesleyan University’s Cardinal Invitational in December, and a training
in the 200 free relay at the Liberty League
Davis was the head coach at Alfred University from 1996 to 2002. Jen Kunz ’01 championships. trip to Florida during Hamilton’s winter break in January.
While at Alfred, he coached 29 All-Americans, led the men’s team to 15th Meghan Steed ’00 Three team records fell last season and Rosenbaum was involved
place at the 2000 NCAA Division III championships, and was named Megan Gibbons in all three of them. She established the 50 ﬂy record at the NESCAC
the 2001-02 New York State Women’s Collegiate Athletic Association’s
400-yd 3:55.31 2004 Suzie Wilson ’06 meet and the 100 ﬂy mark during prelims at the NCAA championships.
coach of the year. Davis was an assistant coach at the University of medley relay Brittany Achin ’05 Freestyle, Breaststroke
Rosenbaum, along with Gibbons and Bucceri, helped smash an 800
freestyle relay that had stood since 1995 by more than ﬁve seconds at
Rochester (1995-96) and at Union College (1993-95). He has been a Nicole Knapp ’05 Clark Summit, Pa./Abington Heights HS the NESCAC championships.
member of the American Swimming Coaches Association and the Col- Sam Pitter ’07 Rosenbaum competed in the championship ﬁnals of all three but-
lege Swimming Coaches Association since 1993. “A clutch anchor leg for our medley and terﬂy events at the 2009 NESCAC meet. Her best ﬁnish was fourth
Davis, who hails from Norwich, N.Y., graduated with a bachelor’s
200-yd free 1:36.79 2000 Meghan Steed ’00 freestyle relays. She is an intense competi- place in the 200 ﬂy. She scored a team-high 73.5 points for Hamilton
degree from the University at Albany in 1993. He received a master’s relay Jen Kunz ’01 tor.” 2008-09: Part of the team that holds the at the meet. Gabrielle Goione ‘12 was ﬁfth in the 100 breast and eighth
in teaching from Union in 1995. Brooke Hegarty ’02 school record for the 800 free relay (7:49.87) in the 50 breast. Gibbons took fourth place in the 50 free. Fortier led
the Continentals in the backstroke events as she was seventh in the 50
Kat Donovan ’02 set at NESCAC Championships ... Placed
back. Anna Chelius ‘11 just missed the ﬁnals in both the 1- and 3-meter
Christa Narus fourth in 50 free and ninth in 100 breast at the NESCAC Championships.
400-yd free 3:34.10 2000 Meghan Steed ’00 boards.
Assistant Coach relay Jen Kunz ’01 Hamilton swimmers excel in the classroom as well as in the pool.
Liz Bucceri Chessie Crane ‘10, Maura Donovan ‘09, Deanna Edwards ‘09 and Eve
Christa Narus is in her ﬁrst season as an assistant coach for the Ham- Brooke Hegarty ’00 Junior Stevens ‘09 made the NESCAC 2008-09 winter all-academic team. Each
ilton College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams. Narus Kat Donovan ’02 Freestyle honoree has a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.35 and must
set three individual and four relay program records while she was on Falls Village, Conn./Loomis Chaffee School have reached junior academic standing at his institution. Liz Rabe ‘04
800-yd free 7:49.87 2009 Kylie Fraser ‘11 and Sarah McDermott ‘04 were elected to the Epsilon chapter of Phi
the swim team at the University of Massachusetts from 2005 to 2009.
Narus holds the UMass women’s record in the 100-yard butterﬂy
relay Megan Gibbons ‘12 “A versatile and tough swimmer ... Has a Beta Kappa, which is the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honor
tremendous ability to ﬁnish her races strong.” society, in 2003-04.
with a time of 56.24 seconds. She also owns the record in the 200 ﬂy Liz Bucceri ‘11
2008-09: Part of the team that holds the
(2:03.14) and the 200 freestyle (1:51.04). She is tied for second on the Whitney Rosenbaum ‘10
record for the 800 free relay (7:49.87) set
team’s all-time list in the 500 free with a time of 5:02.40. She was part 1-meter diving 389.70 2000 Cady Kashner ’03 at NESCAC Championships ... Placed 10th
of record-setting 200 medley, 400 medley, 400 free and 800 free relays.
Narus was captain of the women’s team her senior season. She
3-meter diving 492.30 2003 Cady Kashner ’03 in the 200 IM at the NESCAC Championships. 2007-08: Placed third
Men’s Program Overview
in the 200 yard IM and eighth in the 500 free at the Liberty League
was selected the Atlantic 10 Conference women’s swimming and diving Bowie Sievers ‘11 leads a group of 17 letter winners that return for the
performer of the week on Oct. 27, 2008, and Nov. 24, 2008. She was a Hamilton College men’s swimming and diving team in 2009-10. Sievers
student-athlete advisory committee (SAAC) team representative during qualiﬁed for the 2009 NCAA Division III championships in Minneapolis,
her ﬁrst year at UMass. In 2007, she was ranked in the top 10 among Men’s Records Jared Mereness
Minn., and competed in the 400-yard individual medley and the 200
female lifeguards across the country. butterﬂy. He made the New England Small College Athletic Confer-
Narus graduated from UMass in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in Breaststroke, Freestyle ence (NESCAC) 2008-09 all-conference team for the 400 IM and the
psychology and a sociology minor. The native of Stony Brook, N.Y.,
Event Time Year Name Farmington, N.Y./Victor HS 800 freestyle relay based on his performance at the 2009 conference
attended Ward Melville High School in Setauket on Long Island. 50-yd free 20.89 2001 Anthony Loefﬂer ’01 championships. Jake DeConinck ‘11 and Andrew Witkowski ‘11 are the
“A stellar breast-stroker with a balanced other returners that were part of the 800 free relay. Jared Mereness ‘10
100-yd free 45.67 2001 Anthony Loefﬂer ’01 stroke and kick. An intense relay contribu- and Chris Crowell ‘10 are the team captains, and are two of ﬁve seniors
200-yd free 1:42.06 1999 D.J. Postles ’00 tor.” 2008-09: Holds the school record for on the roster. Steve Chaponis ‘10, Bryan Erickson ‘10 and Clayton
Jim Ray the 50 breast (26.94) ... Placed ﬁfth in the Masters ‘10 are the others.
Diving Coach 500-yd free 4:34.77 1999 D.J. Postles ’00
200 breast, sixth in the 100 breast and ninth The program’s ﬁrst All-Americans were Rick Volp and Bruce Mohl in
1000-yd free 9:40.52 1993 Jonathan Greene ’95 in the 50 breast at the NESCAC championships. 2007-08: Member of 1967. A total of 39 athletes have earned All-America recognition and a
Jim Ray is in his sixth season as a diving coach at Hamilton College. 1650-yd free 15:59.49 1993 Jonathan Greene ’95 number of others have received honorable mention All-America awards.
Liberty League champion 200 and 400 medley relay. ... All-NESCAC
Ray helped guide Mike Salmon ‘06 to national titles in the 1- and 3-meter Todd Johnson ‘08 is the most recent All-American as he ﬁnished eighth
springboard events at the 2006 NCAA Division III championships. He
50-yd back 23.90 2008 Todd Johnson ’08 in 100 breast. ... Took third place at NESCAC Championships in 100
in the ﬁnals of the 100 backstroke at the 2008 NCAA championships.
100-yd back 50.70 2008 Todd Johnson ’08 breast, sixth in 50 breast. 2006-07: Helped 200 medley relay to win at The Continentals scored at least one point at the national meet from
was named a New England Small College Athletic Conference men’s Liberty League championships. ... Fourth in the 100 breast, seventh in
diving coach of the year in 2006 after Salmon won both diving events 200-yd back 1:51.13 2002 Eric Schwenker ’02 1992 to 2008. The team’s best showing at the championships was eighth
50 breast and 10th in 200 breast at NESCAC championships. place in 1975 and 2000.
at the NESCAC championships. 50-yd ﬂy 23.39 2009 Chris DeConinck ’11 Mike Salmon (2003-06), Brian Hogan (1975-78) and Norman Lyster
Ray has been coaching since 1977. He developed the U.S. Diving (1978-81) are the only Continentals to capture All-America honors all
Club at Hamilton the past six years and has utilized several methods of
100-yd ﬂy 50.31 1994 Jacob Michlewicz ’95 Chris Crowell four years at Hamilton. Five others (Jeff Carlberg, Jonathan Greene,
technological advancement to train his divers. He was also the diving 200-yd ﬂy 1:52.31 1994 Jacob Michlewicz ’95 Senior, Captain Anthony Loefﬂer, D.J. Postles, Rick Volp) were All-Americans three out
coach at local power New Hartford High School in 2003. The entire team 50-yd breast 26.94 2009 Jared Mereness ‘10 Freestyle, Backstroke of four years. Salmon -- a diver -- enjoyed one of the most decorated
qualiﬁed for the sectional championships, where two divers placed in 100-yd breast 57.57 2002 David Cecere ’02 Wayland, Mass./Wayland HS seasons by a Hamilton athlete his senior year. He won all 16 events
the top 10. in which he competed and capped the season with titles in the 1- and
Ray coached state high school champions in Hawaii and New Hamp-
200-yd breast 2:05.69 2001 David Cecere ’02 “An awesome taper swimmer with outstand- 3-meter springboard at the 2006 NCAA championships. He was the
100-yd IM 54.68 2005 Aran Lawrence ’05 ing leadership qualities.” 2007-08: Member obvious choice for NCAA Division III diver of the year based on that
shire. He has attended a number of clinics during his career and is a performance. Salmon was named NESCAC diver of the year for the third
of the team that placed 2nd in the 200 free
certiﬁed swimming and diving ofﬁcial through the National Federation 200-yd IM 1:52.77 2002 Eric Schwenker ’02 straight season. He broke his own 3-meter school record at the 2006
of High Schools and the NCAA. relay at the Liberty League Championships.
400-yd IM 4:04.28 2009 Bowie Sievers ‘11 NCAA meet, and holds school and NESCAC records for the 1-meter
If you are interested in contacting coach Ray for more information board. Salmon earned a total of seven All-America awards during his
about Hamilton diving, his cell phone number is (315) 225-1731 and
200-yd 1:34.16 2002 Eric Schwenker ’02 Bowie Sievers brilliant career.
his home number is (315) 339-0644. medley relay David Cecere ’02 Junior Hamilton competes in the NESCAC championships in February.
Jim Baker ’04 Butterﬂy Johnson picked up the NESCAC Four-Year High-Point Swimmer Award
Baltimore, Md./Towson HS at the conclusion of the 2008 meet. The NESCAC event is one of the
Aran Lawrence ’05 fastest Division III meets in the nation prior to the NCAA championships.
Tom Wells 400-yd 3:26.55 2001 Eric Schwenker ’02 “Finishes both the ﬂy and IM events with a Three NESCAC teams placed in the top 25 at the 2009 national meet.
Volunteer Assistant Coach ﬂurry. Great work ethic.” 2008-09: Competed Other highlights on the 2009-10 schedule include Wesleyan University’s
medley relay David Cecere ’02 Cardinal Invitational in December, and a training trip to Florida during
in 400 IM and 200 ﬂy at NCAA Champion-
Tom Wells is in his fourth season as a voluntary assistant coach with James Morrison ’04 ships ... Holds the school record for the 400
Hamilton’s winter break in January.
Anthony Loefﬂer ’01 Three team records fell last season. Chris DeConinck ‘11 shaved
the Hamilton College men’s and women’s swimming and diving pro- IM (4:04.28) ... All-NESCAC in 800 free relay nearly a half-second off his own mark in the 50 ﬂy with a time of 23.39
grams. Wells continues to enjoy a successful career as the New Hart- 200-yd 1:23.67 2004 Aran Lawrence ’05 and 400 IM ... Placed second in the 400 IM, member of the third place seconds. Mereness broke his own record in the 50 breaststroke (26.94
ford Senior High School girls’ head swim coach. In 23 years, his teams 800 free relay team, ﬁfth in 200 ﬂy and sixth in 200 IM at the NESCAC seconds), and Sievers smashed the previous best time in the 400 IM
free relay Kevin Thompson ’04
have captured 11 Section III titles and 12 New York State Class B Championships. 2007-08: Liberty League champion in 200 IM, 400 that had stood since 1996. Sievers’ time of 4:04.28 at the NESCAC
championships, and posted a record of 274 wins and 36 losses. Andrew Fink ’05 IM, 100 ﬂy, 200 ﬂy. ... Took ﬁfth place at NESCAC Championships in championships was almost three seconds better than the old program
Wells serves as the Empire State Games Central Region director Andrew Saunders ’05 400 IM, 200 ﬂy. record and put him in second place at the meet.
for swimming, the Section III High School Swim Chairman and head Sievers also ﬁnished ﬁfth in the 200 ﬂy and sixth in the 200 IM at
400-yd 3:04.82 2000 Anthony Loefﬂer ’01 the 2009 NESCAC championships. He scored a team-high 77 points
coach of New Hartford Aquatics. Wells has served as New Hartford’s
free relay Paul O’Donnell ’01 Chris & Jake DeConinck
for Hamilton at the meet. Mereness, who made the 2008 all-conference
head track and ﬁeld coach for the past 43 years. His teams have pro- Juniors team for the 100 breast, ended up ﬁfth in the 200 breast and sixth in the
duced six Section III championships and won 329 dual meets. D.J. Postles ’00 Butterﬂy, Freestyle 100 at last year’s championships. Jake DeConinck grabbed seventh
Wells retired from his position as New Hartford physical education Dan Bordoni ’01 Windsor, Conn./Loomis Chaffee School place in the 200 free to go along with third place in the 800 free relay.
teacher after 37 years. He graduated from Springﬁeld College with a 800-yd 6:51.45 1999 Adam Bushnoe ’99 Talpey Matt ‘12 will aim to improve on his diving performances from last
bachelor’s degree in 1966, and received a master’s degree from Syra- “A monster one-two punch in various events.” season.
free relay Anthony Loefﬂer ’01 2008-09: Chris holds the school record for Hamilton swimmers and divers also excel in the classroom. Mike
cuse University in 1971. The New Hartford resident has two grown
children, Stacy and Jim. Dan Bordoni ’99 the 50 ﬂy (23:39) set at NESCAC Champion- Salmon was selected to the 2006 Academic All-America men’s at-large
D.J. Postles ’00 ships ... Chris placed ninth at the NESCAC second team by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Championships in 50 ﬂy ... Jake received Jim Baker ‘04 was valedictorian of his graduating class. Jason Brown
1-meter dive 528.40 2005 Mike Salmon ’06 All-NESCAC honors in the 800 free relay ... Jake placed third in the 800 ‘09, David Schlifka ‘09 and Chaponis made the NESCAC 2008-09 winter
3-meter dive 511.45 2006 Mike Salmon ’06 all-academic team. Each honoree has a cumulative grade point average
free relay and seventh in the 200 free at the NESCAC Championships.
of at least 3.35 and must have reached junior academic standing at his
2007-08: Jake placed ﬁrst in the 100 free and 200 free at the Liberty institution.
League Championships ... Chris ﬁnished ﬁrst in 100 ﬂy consolation ﬁnal
at NESCAC Championships.
2003-04 Women’s Roster
Women’s Roster Men’s Roster Numbers to Know
Name Yr. Event Hometown Name Yr. Event Hometown
Admission Ofﬁce 1-800-843-2655
Liz Bucceri JR FR Falls Village, CT Michael Brennan SO FR Glen Rock, NJ Financial Aid 1-800-859-4413
Lizzy Buhl SO BA/FR Greene, NY Beaumont Brians FR DIV Honolulu, HI Athletics 315-859-4114
Anna Chelius JR DIV Niskayuna, NY Andrew Brodsky JR FR Auburn, ME Athletics Department FAX 315-859-4117
Kerry Coughlin JR FR Carmel, NY Stephen Chaponis SR FL Bethlehem, PA T.J. Davis, Head Coach 315-859-4794
Chessie Crane SO BR & IM New York, NY James Crafa SO BA Garden City, NY E-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
Holly Donaldson JR DIV New Canaan, CT Christopher Crowell SR FR/BS Wayland, MA Christa Narus, Assistant Coach 315-859-4922
Leigh Ercole JR FR Westport, CT Thomas Cyran SO FR Chicopee, MA Mailing Address 198 College Hill Road
Ellie Fausold FR IM/BS/FR Wakins Glen, NY Chris DeConinck JR FL Windsor, CT
Clinton, NY 13323
Maja Feenick FR FR/BR Warren, NJ Jake DeConinck JR FR Windsor, CT
Bryan Erickson SR FR Silver Spring, MD
Check out the Hamilton Athletics Homepage at:
Jeannie Folan SO FR Colorado Springs, CO
Jon Fung SO FR South Windsor, CT http://www.hamilton.edu
Danielle Fortier SR BS Wilbraham, MA
Megan Gibbons SO FR Clarks Summit, PA Taylor Hogenkamp FR FR/FL East Aurora, NY
Gabrielle Goione SO FL/BR Fair Haven, NJ Clayton Masters SR FL Cincinnati, OH
Jillian Hallak FR FR Sauquoit, NY Talpey Matt SO DIV Clinton, NY
Annie Hull SO FR Newtown, CT Andrew McDermott
Rachel Lieberberg FR FR/FL Short Hills, NJ
Alden Masters JR FL/FR Cincinnati, OH Bradley Muldrow JR BR Batavia, NY Schedule
Emma McCarthy SR FR Atlanta, GA Ian Nichols FR FR/BR/IM Freeport, ME
Zach Rosenbloom JR FR Chappaqua, NY Nov. 21 ITHACA, HARTWICK, GENESEO Noon
Carolyn Meyer SR BA Wilton, CT
Bowie Sievers JR FL/FR Baltimore, MD Dec. 5 Wesleyan’s Cardinal Invitational 11 a.m.
Courtney Neuber JR FR/FL/IM Clifton Park, NY Dec. 5 Wesleyan’s Cardinal Invitational 5:30 p.m.
Diane Paverman FR DIV Pleasantville, NY Blake Titcomb FR FR/BR Lake Forest Park, WA
Dec. 6 Wesleyan’s Cardinal Invitational 9:30 a.m.
Kate Rack JR BR Swarthmore, PA Andrew Witkowski JR FR/BA Bloomﬁeld Hills, MI Jan. 5 Open-Water Mile Swim 9 a.m.
Whitney Rosenbaum SR FL Alford, MA Tom Youngblood FR BR/FR South Kent, CT Jan. 16 at Middlebury College 2 p.m.
Moogie Scott FR DIV Great Falls, VA Jan. 23 ST. LAWRENCE & AMHERST 2 p.m.
Rachel Slivken FR FR New York, NY Men at NCAA Championships Jan. 30
RENSSELAER (Senior Day)
Feb. 19-21 Women’s NESCAC Championships*
2008 40th place (11 pts.) 1993 22nd (39 pts.) Trials 10 a.m.
2003-04 Women’s Roster
Women at NCAA Championships 2007 52nd place (1 pt.) 1992 32nd (24 pts.) Finals
Feb. 26-28 Men’s NESCAC Championships#
2006 19th place (46 pts.) 1990 46th (3 pts.) Trials 10 a.m.
2005 17th (48 pts.) 1988 46th (2 pts.) Finals 6 p.m.
2009 56th (1 pt.) 1994 21st (42 pts.) 2004 15th (76 pts.) 1986 34th (11 pts.) Feb. 27 Swarthmore Last Chance Invitational10:30 a.m.
2005 18th (62 pts.) 1993 38th (11 pts.) 2003 15th (66 pts.) 1985 44th (5 pts.) M 17-20 NCAA Division III Championships^
2004 15th (70 pts.) 1992 27th (21 pts.) 2002 12th (69 pts.) 1982 38th (7 pts.)
Trials 11 a.m.
2003 14th (81 pts.) 1988 51st (1 pts.) Finals 6:30 p.m.
2001 10th (135.5) 1981 17th (35 pts.)
2000 10th (119 pts.) 1987 49th (3 pts.) 2000 8th (132 pts.) 1980 28th (16 pts.) - Deerﬁeld Beach, Fla.
1999 14th (71 pts.) 1986 42nd (8 pts.) 1999 13th (96 pts.) 1979 19th (22 pts.) * - hosted by Middlebury College
16th (73 pts.)
32nd (30 pts.)
24th (35 pts.)
32nd (11 pts.)
26th (21 pts.)
40th (9 pts.)
15th (35 pts.)
35th (6 pts.)
# - hosted by Williams College
^ - at University of Minnesota’s University Aquatic Center 2009-10
1995 12th (104.5) 1996 51st (5 pts.) 1976 13th (41 pts.) Home events in BOLD
1995 18th (56 pts.) 1975 8th (71 pts.)
1994 18th (55.5)
coach Patty Kloidt and head soccer coach Colette Gilligan.
coach T.J. Davis, women’s winner Nicole Tetreault ‘08, head lacrosse Nicole Knapp
Todd Johnson ‘08 receiving the 2008 Rifﬂe Award along with head
longer than one week after the regular season.
NESCAC teams were eligible for NCAA events that lasted
Championship in 2008. 1993-94 marked the ﬁrst season that
Women’s lacrosse became the ﬁrst team to win an NCAA
sion III Tournament apperances since the 1993-94 season.
* Six Hamilton teams have made a total of 22 NCAA Divi-
NCAA Division III level.
* Hamilton sponsors 28 varsity teams that compete at the
overlooking the main aerobic/cardio area.
on a group of bikes located on the second level cardio mezzanine
a café/juice bar; and a multipurpose room. Spinning classes are held Mary O’Hara, 1985 1979, 1980, 1981
bury, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan and Williams.
transformed in 10 minutes from working studio to performance space; Paul O’Donnell, 2000 Norman Lyster, 1978
herst, Bates, Bowdoin, Colby, Connecticut College, Middle- School record-holder in 50 and 100 back *
training; a three-story, 39-foot climbing wall; a dance studio that can be outstanding male senior athlete Jack Nelson, 1985, 1986 2000, 2001
that overlooks Steuben Field; two rooms for resistance and weight- College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), which includes Am- John Needham, 1975 Anthony Loefﬂer, 1999
Center includes a large, glass-enclosed aerobic/cardio training area
2008 Hamilton Rifﬂe award winner as the most *
* Hamilton is a charter member of the New England Small NESCAC Champ in 50 back (2007, 2008) and 100 back (2008) * John Murphy, 1975 Palmer Lewis, 1981
Opened in 2006, the Charlean and Wayland Blood Fitness and Dance Bruce Mohl, 1967, 1968
Four-year All-NESCAC selection * Aran Lawrence, 2004
NESCAC four-year high point scorer * Jacob Michlewicz, 1993 Craig Lasher, 1978
Blood Fitness Center Hamilton Athletics 2006, 2007 All-America Honorable Mention (100 back) * Douglas McDevitt, 1973 Jennifer Kunz, 1999, 2000
2008 All-American (8th place, 100-yard backstroke) * Wendy Marrs, 1995, 1997 Nicole Knapp, 2003, 2004
Robert MacDonald, 1975 Cady Kashner, 2000, 2003
The William M. Bristol, Jr. Pool, built in 1988, is the home of Hamilton swimming and diving. Todd Johnson ‘08 Gary Karl, 1975
Todd Johnson, 2008
Cady Kashner Cathy Imboden, 1982
Brian Hogan, 1975, 1976
Brooke Hegarty, 1999, 2000
Valerie Gude, 1992
David Greenhalgh, 1975
Jonathan Greene, 1992
Anne Grifﬁn, 1995
Bayard Graf, 1975
Miriam Glantz, 1985
D.J. Postles Andrew Fink, 2004
(right) Paul Edick, 1975
Suzie Wilson, 2004 Katerina Donovan, 1999,
John Widman, 1975, 1976 Andrew Saunders, 2004 Adam Cowles, 1981
Rick Volp, 1967, 1968, 1969 2005, 2006 Dave Conn, 1981
Kevin Thompson, 2004 Mike Salmon, 2003, 2004 David Cecere, 2000, 2001
Robert Strehlow, 1975, 1976 Amy Ryan, 2000 1975
Liz Sichol, 1994, 1995, 1996 Robert Reid, 1981 Jeff Carlberg, 1973, 1974
1999, 2000 Matt Reed, 1978, 1979 Adam Bushnoe, 1999
Meghan Steed, 1997 Kate Quick, 1995 Holly Brown, 1997, 1999
Joseph Shrum, 1975, 1976 Ed Ptak, 1980, 1982 Dan Bordoni, 1999, 2000
Eric Schwenker, 2001 D.J. Postles, 1998, 1999, 2000 Leslie Allen, 1997
Andy Schultz, 2000 Sam Pitter, 2004 Brittany Achin, 2004, 2005