UM Aquatics Hall of Fame

Minnesota’s Aquatic Hall of Fame was started in 1984. The aim of the Hall of Fame is to give recognition to outstanding alumni who have contributed to the University’s program. Another purpose is to provide role models for current Golden Gopher student-athletes. A major emphasis is placed on academics, and all members have achieved excellence both academically and athletically.

2016 Inductees
Dan Croaston
Stacey Niedenfuer Crosby
Jillian Tyler
Martin Zielinski

2015 Inductees
Stacy Busack
Justin Mortimer
Lynn Newton
Terry Silkaitis

2014 Inductees
Laura Herman Brooks 
Paul Domer
Jenny Shaughnessy
Alex Massura

2013 Inductees
Laurie Nelson Davis
Jeff Hackler
Tanya Schuh Modelli
Bernie Zeruhn 

2007 Inductee

John Wendt

2006 Inductees
Art Downey
Jean Freeman

2005 Inductees
P.J. Bogart
Gretchen Hegener
Paul Nelson

2003 Inductees
Del Cerney
Sean Quackenbush
Olga Splichalova
Kim Wilson

1996 Inductee
George Bledsoe

1995 Inductees
Jodi Schirmers Bean
Dan Egeland
Elyce Iwerks Kastigar
Amy Volna Roe

1994 Inductees
Art Griffith
Sue Roell

1990 Inductees
Chip Petersen
Britta Wilk

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Gophers Finish Fourth at B1G Championships

2/25/2017

Two Minnesota program records fell on the final day of the conference championships.

B1G Saturday Prelims

2/25/2017

Bowe Becker broke the Minnesota record in the 100-yard freestyle, and three Gophers made the 200 breaststroke A final.

School Record, Silver Medal Highlight B1G Day 3

2/24/2017

Minnesota moved into fourth place at the Big Ten Championships in Columbus, Ohio.

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