Virginia Cavaliers swimming and diving

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Virginia Cavaliers swimming and diving
Virginia Cavaliers text logo.svg
FoundedMen's: 1925
Women's: 1974
University University of Virginia
Head coach Todd Desorbo
Conference Atlantic Coast Conference
Location Charlottesville, VA
Home poolUVA Aquatic and Fitness Center
NicknameCavs, Wahoos
ColorsOrange and Blue [1]
         
Titles
Men's NCAA0
Women's NCAA0
Men's ACC16
Women's ACC11

The Virginia Cavaliers swimming and diving teams represent the University of Virginia in all National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Swimming and Diving Events.

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History

Swimming and diving was introduced at the University of Virginia in 1925, when it was only a men's only sport. It was introduced as a women's sport in 1974. Recently, both the men's and women's teams have been successful in the Atlantic Coast Conference, each winning the past six ACC championships. [2]

Roster

Men
NameEventHometownClass
Flag of the United States.svg Alex AlbrachtBreast/IMMission Hills, KSJR
Flag of the United States.svg Ryan BakerFree/Back/FlyArlington, VASO
Flag of the United States.svg Keefer BarnumBreast/IMLouisville, KYFR
Flag of the United States.svg Brendan CaseyDistance Free/BackSanta Monica, CAJR
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Joe ClarkFree/Back/FlyWorchester Park, Great BritainSO
Flag of the United States.svg Zach FongFly/Breast/FreeMoorestown, NJJR
Flag of the United States.svg Luke GeorgiadisFreeJacksonville, FLSR
Flag of the United States.svg Tristan GessDivingLakewood, COFR
Flag of the United States.svg Robby GillerDistance Free / IMWilton, CTFR
Flag of the United States.svg Dan GolczweskiFreeBel Air, MDJR
Flag of the United States.svg Brandon GoldsteinIM/Back/FreeGaithersburg, MDJR
Flag of the United States.svg Bryce KeblishFree/Fly/IMFairfield, CTJR
Flag of the United States.svg Henry KeelSprint FreeMemphis, TNSO
Flag of the United States.svg Gust KouvarisFree/Back/FlyTroy, MIJR
Flag of the United States.svg Sam MagnanFreeBethlehem, PAJR
Flag of the United States.svg Matthew OttoBreast/IMNewark, DEFR
Flag of the United States.svg Jason QuinnDistance Free/IMChagrin Falls, OHSO
Flag of the United States.svg Ted SchubertFly/Back/IMAshland, VASO
Flag of the United States.svg Bryce SheltonDivingVienna, VASO
Flag of Turkey.svg Omer TaraFreeIstanbul, TurkeySR
Flag of the United States.svg Jacob WellsBreast/IMHenrico, VASO
Flag of the United States.svg John WhitesideFree/BackFairfield, CTSO
Flag of the United States.svg Cooper WozencraftBack/FlyHouston, TexasFR
Women
NameEventHometownClass
Flag of the United States.svg Peyton BaldwinFly/BackNewport News, VAJR
Flag of the United States.svg Caitlin CooperSprint Free/Back/FlyAtlanta, GASR
Flag of the United States.svg Anna DickinsonBreast/IMVirginia Beach, VAJR
Flag of the United States.svg Sydney DuselDivingNaperville, ILSO
Flag of the United States.svg Erin EarleyDistance Free/BackOrange, CTFR
Flag of the United States.svg Eryn EddyFreeLoveland, COJR
Flag of the United States.svg Caroline GmelichFly/BackRumson, NJFR
Flag of the United States.svg Jessie GvozdasFreeHenrico, VASR
Flag of the United States.svg Morgan HillSprint FreeOlney, MDSO
Flag of the United States.svg Corey JohnsonDivingAmbler, PASR
Flag of the United States.svg Paige MaddenFree/BackMobile, ALFR
Flag of the United States.svg Marcella MaguireBackRidgefield, CTFR
Flag of the United States.svg Jennifer MarrkandFly/BackWestford, MASR
Flag of the United States.svg Bailey MillsDivingEvergreen, COFR
Flag of the United States.svg Megan MoroneyFree/FlyDeerfield Beach, FLSO
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Anna PangFree/FlyLondon, EnglandFR
Flag of the United States.svg Kirsten ParkinsonDivingStamford, CTJR
Flag of the United States.svg Mary PeltonFreeTowson, MDJR
Flag of the United States.svg Rachel PolitiFly/FreeBexley, OHJR
Flag of the United States.svg Jocelyn PorterDivingCornelius, NCFR
Flag of the United States.svg Laine ReedFree/BackAustin, TXSR
Flag of the United States.svg Abby RichterBack/IMHenderson, NVFR
Flag of the United States.svg Dina RommelSprint Free/FlyEast Amherst, NYSR
Flag of the United States.svg Emma SeilberlichFly/BackAudubon, PAFR
Flag of the United States.svg Vivian TafutoBreast/IM/Sprint FreeHummelstown, PAJR
Flag of the United States.svg Mary Claire TansillBreast/IMBristow, VASO
Flag of the United States.svg Kylie TowbinDivingNew Canaan, CTJR
Flag of the United States.svg Kyla VallsSprint FreeMiami, FLFR
Flag of the United States.svg Maddy VonderhaarBreastLakeside Park, KYSO
Flag of the United States.svg Cece WilliamsFreeTallahassee FLSR

Facility

The University of Virginia Aquatic and Fitness Center opened in 1996. This building was a big accomplishment for the team, previously one of two national top 20 teams without an olympic sized swimming pool. The Aquatic and Fitness Center was built not only with an olympic sized swimming pool, but also with a warm-water pool, whirlpool and sauna, classrooms, fitness areas, locker rooms, a bookstore, and a dining area. The $18.5 million facility features a 50-meter pool that converts to a short course 25-yard pool, as well as state of the art lane lines and gutters that make the pool high quality. In a second phase of adding to the facility in 2004, a three-court gymnasium, indoor running track, multipurpose rooms, a cycling room, and free weight and cardiovascular areas were added. Recently retired head coach Mark Bernardino expressed his gratitude towards the building of the new facility when he said, "With this facility, we are showing our potential student-athletes that we are interested in recruiting athletes with national and international aspirations, and that we are committed to the long-term excellence of the University of Virginia swimming and diving program." [3]

Yearly records

Men

SeasonCoachOverallConferenceStandingPostseason
Unknown(Southern Conference)(1925–1935)
1925–26Unknown1–0–0
1926–27Unknown2–0–0
1927–28Unknown2–2–0
1928–29Unknown3–1–1
1929–30Unknown4–2–0
1930–31Unknown5–1–0
1931–32Unknown5–1–0
1932–33Unknown3–3–0
1933–34Unknown4–2–0
1934–35Unknown4–2–1
John Montague(Southern Conference)(1935–1936)
1935–36John Montague5–1–0
John Montague:5–1–0 (.833)
Unknown(Southern Conference)(1936–1937)
1936–37Unknown1–5–0
Unknown:34–19–2 (.636)
Douglas Lund(Independent)(1937–1939)
1937–38Douglas Lund5–2–0
1938–39Douglas Lund7–0–0
Douglas Lund:12–2–0 (.857)
Hollis Fitch(Independent)(1939–1940)
1939–40Hollis Fitch3–6–0
Hollis Fitch:3–6–0 (.333)
R.C. Heidloff(Independent)(1940–1948)
1940–41R.C. Heidloff3–4–0
1941–42R.C. Heidloff3–4–0
1946–47R.C. Heidloff2–3–0
1947–48R.C. Heidloff3–3–0
R.C. Heidloff:11–14–0 (.440)
Marlin McKenzie(Independent)(1948–1950)
1948–49Marlin McKenzie2–5–0
1949–50Marlin McKenzie4–4–0
Marlin McKenzie:6–9–0 (.400)
James H. Reilly(Independent)(1950–1953)
1950–51James H. Reilly4–3–0
1951–52James H. Reilly7–2–0
1952–53James H. Reilly7–5–0
James H. Reilly(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1953–1958)
1953–54James H. Reilly3–3–00–2–0
1954–55James H. Reilly2–6–00–3–0
1955–56James H. Reilly2–7–02–3–0
1956–57James H. Reilly4–7–12–4–1
1957–58James H. Reilly3–8–02–5–0
James H. Reilly:32–41–1 (.439)6–17–1 (.271)
Richard Marcus(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1958–1960)
1958–59Richard Marcus7–4–04–3–0
1959–60Richard Marcus4–7–03–4–0
Richard Marcus:11–11–0 (.500)7–7–0 (.500)
Michael Armstrong(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1960–1962)
1960–61Michael Armstrong2–9–02–5–0
1961–62Michael Armstrong1–8–01–5–05th
Michael Armstrong:3–17–0 (.150)3–10–0 (.231)
Ralph L. Law(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1962–1969)
1962–63Ralph L. Law6–5–03–4–05th
1963–64Ralph L. Law5–6–03–4–06th
1964–65Ralph L. Law3–8–03–4–07th
1965–66Ralph L. Law7–3–01–3–06th
1966–67Ralph L. Law8–2–02–1–05th
1967–68Ralph L. Law8–2–02–1–05th
1968–69Ralph L. Law8–2–02–1–05th
Ralph L. Law:45–28–0 (.616)16–18–0 (.364)
Ron Good(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1969–1978)
1969–70Ron Good7–3–12–2–05th
1970–71Ron Good7–4–00–3–05th
1971–72Ron Good2–6–00–2–05th
1972–73Ron Good8–3–02–2–05th
1973–74Ron Good8–4–02–3–05th
1974–75Ron Good8–3–02–2–05th
1975–76Ron Good7–1–02–1–03rd
1976–77Ron Good6–4–01–4–05th
1977–78Ron Good2–5–00–5–06th
Ron Good:55–33–1 (.624)11–24 (.314)
Mark Bernardino(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1978–2013)
1978–79Mark Bernardino4–5–01–3–06th
1979–80Mark Bernardino6–5–03–3–04th
1980–81Mark Bernardino5–3–02–3–04th
1981–82Mark Bernardino4–4–02–3–04th
1982–83Mark Bernardino7–2–03–2–03rd
1983–84Mark Bernardino5–4–01–4–04th
1984–85Mark Bernardino5–8–01–4–04th
1985–86Mark Bernardino8–6–02–2–03rd
1986–87Mark Bernardino7–1–05–0–01st
1987–88Mark Bernardino7–3–04–1–02nd
1988–89Mark Bernardino6–3–03–2–02nd
1989–90Mark Bernardino8–1–04–1–01st
1990–91Mark Bernardino4–5–01–4–03rd
1991–92Mark Bernardino10–1–06–0–02nd
1992–93Mark Bernardino10–0–06–0–02nd
1993–94Mark Bernardino6–5–03–3–02nd
1994–95Mark Bernardino8–5–02–3–04th
1995–96Mark Bernardino5–8–02–3–05th
1996–97Mark Bernardino5–6–02–3–04th
1997–98Mark Bernardino8–1–04–1–02nd
1998–99Mark Bernardino7–3–04–2–01st
1999–00Mark Bernardino7–1–04–1–01st
2000–01Mark Bernardino8–1–05–0–01st
2001–02Mark Bernardino8–2–05–0–01st
2002–03Mark Bernardino8–1–05–0–01st
2003–04Mark Bernardino10–1–06–0–01st
2004–05Mark Bernardino10–1–05–0–01st
2005–06Mark Bernardino9–3–05–0–01st
2006–07Mark Bernardino8–2–06–0–02nd
2007–08Mark Bernardino7–3–03–1–01st
2008–09Mark Bernardino9–2–05–0–01st
2009–10Mark Bernardino9–1–05–0–01st
2010–11Mark Bernardino8–1–03–0–01st
2011–12Mark Bernardino5–3–03–1–01st
2012–13Mark Bernardino8–1–03–0–01st
Mark Bernardino:249–102–0 (.709)124–50–0 (.713)
Augie Busch(Atlantic Coast Conference)(2013–present)
2013–14Augie Busch6–5–02–3–04th
Augie Busch:6–5–0 (.545)2–3–0 (.400)
Total:472–288–4 (.620)

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Women

SeasonCoachOverallConferenceStandingPostseason
Ron Good(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1974–1978)
1974–75Ron Good10–1–0
1975–76Ron Good6–2–0
1976–77Ron Good6–2–0
1977–78Ron Good2–4–0
Ron Good:24–9–0 (.727)
Mark Bernardino(Atlantic Coast Conference)(1978–2013)
1978–79Mark Bernardino6–3–01–2–05th
1979–80Mark Bernardino7–5–02–3–04th
1980–81Mark Bernardino3–5–01–4–04th
1981–82Mark Bernardino3–5–02–3–03rd
1982–83Mark Bernardino6–3–03–2–02nd
1983–84Mark Bernardino7–2–03–2–02nd
1984–85Mark Bernardino10–3–13–2–02nd
1985–86Mark Bernardino7–4–03–1–02nd
1986–87Mark Bernardino4–3–03–2–03rd
1987–88Mark Bernardino9–2–04–1–03rd
1988–89Mark Bernardino7–2–03–2–03rd
1989–90Mark Bernardino8–1–04–1–01st
1990–91Mark Bernardino6–3–03–2–02nd
1991–92Mark Bernardino9–1–05–1–03rd
1992–93Mark Bernardino9–1–05–1–02nd
1993–94Mark Bernardino9–3–05–1–02nd
1994–95Mark Bernardino11–2–04–1–02nd
1995–96Mark Bernardino7–6–02–3–02nd
1996–97Mark Bernardino8–2–04–1–03rd
1997–98Mark Bernardino7–2–03–2–01st
1998–99Mark Bernardino9–0–06–0–01st
1999–00Mark Bernardino8–0–05–0–02nd
2000–01Mark Bernardino7–1–04–1–02nd
2001–02Mark Bernardino9–1–04–1–02nd
2002–03Mark Bernardino7–1–04–1–01st
2003–04Mark Bernardino6–4–04–2–01st
2004–05Mark Bernardino10–2–05–1–02nd
2005–06Mark Bernardino6–3–05–0–02nd
2006–07Mark Bernardino7–3–05–1–03rd
2007–08Mark Bernardino8–2–04–0–01st
2008–09Mark Bernardino9–1–05–0–01st
2009–10Mark Bernardino9–1–05–0–01st
2010–11Mark Bernardino6–2–03–0–01st
2011–12Mark Bernardino8–0–04–0–01st
2012–13Mark Bernardino9–0–03–0–01st
Mark Bernardino:261–79–1 (.767)261–79–1 (.767)
Augie Busch(Atlantic Coast Conference)(2013–present)
2013–14Augie Busch11–1–06–0–01st
Augie Busch:11–1–0 (.917)6–0–0 (1.000)
Total:285–88–1 (.763)

      National champion        Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion        Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion      Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Honors

1987, 1990, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
1990, 1998, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018
Matt McLean 2008, 2011, Pat Mellors 2007, Vanja Rogulj 2005, Fran Crippen 2003, 2004, Luke Anderson 2002, Ed Moses 2000, 2001, Peter Wright 1994, Greg Indrisano 1992, Jack Jackson 1989, 1990, David McCarty 1988, Andy Wren 1983
Derek Husmann 1993
Mark Bernardino 1983, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Augie Bush 2014, 2015
Matt McLean 2008, 2009, 2011, Scot Robison 2010, Luke Anderson 2002, 2005, Fran Crippen 2004, Ian Prichard 2001, Austin Ramirez 2000, Doak Finch 1998, Bill Smyth 1994, Greg Indrisano 1992, Jack Jackson 1989, David McCarty 1988, Andy Wren 1983

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