2017-18 Junior Season:
2016-17 Sophomore Season: Earned sixth place in the 200-yard breast with a 2:26.84 against Iowa • earned 2:26.27 in the 200-yard breast against North Dakota • cut over four seconds off of her time in the 200-yard breast, earning a 2:22.84 at the Jean Freeman Invitational • finished in fourth place with a 1:03.40 in the 100-yard breast at the Jean Freeman Invitational • tallied a 1:02.87 and 32nd place in the 100-yard breast at the 2017 Big Ten Championships • earned a 2:19.20 and 41st place in the 200-yard breast at the 2017 Big Ten Championships.
2015-16 Freshman Season: First-year letterwinner • at the 2016 Big Ten Championships, Ciavarella placed 41st in the 100 breast, 51st in the 200 breast and 73rd in the 200 IM • Recorded seven top-five finishes for Minnesota as a rookie • competed in 10 meets during the regular season.
High School: 2015 graduate of Nyack High School • member of the National Honors Society and Art Honors Society • Swimming varsity letter winner • All-State • Rockland County Swimmer of the Year • Scholastic All-American • Junior National Qualifier in 100-meter and 200-meter breaststroke • Metropolitan Record Holder and Junior National Qualifier in the 400 medley relay • Section meet record holder in the 100-yard breaststroke • Phoenix Aquatics record holder in the 100 and 200 breaststroke • Zone Select Camp Participant • two-time county and section champion in the 100-yard breaststroke • New York State Medalist.
Personal: Born March 17, 1997 • daughter of Angelo and Kathleen Ciavarella • has one sister, Faith • plans to major in engineering.
|Top Times at Minnesota|
Gophers Add Pair of Transfers
6/13/2018 - W. Swimming
Kelly Kremer announced the addition of transfers Katherine Wagner and Emily Cook to the Gophers' roster, Wednesday afternoon.
Maddy Olson Added to Gophers Swim and Dive Staff
5/16/2018 - W. Swimming
Kelly Kremer has announced the hiring of Maddy Olson as Assistant Coach/Coordinator of Recruiting and Communication.
Going Pro: Beth Etterman
5/10/2018 - W. Swimming
University of Minnesota diver Beth Etterman is set to begin another chapter in her life.