Junior Anna Grainger

Irish Kick Off Second Half At Michigan

Jan. 8, 2015

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – After heading south for its annual winter training trip, the University of Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving team gets its spring semester underway this Saturday in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as the Irish meet Michigan and Northwestern in a double dual meet at Donald B. Canham Natatorium on the campus of the University of Michigan.

Diving action is set to begin at 11 a.m. ET before swimming gets underway at 12 p.m. ET. The meet can be followed through live results.

Notre Dame (4-5) will face stiff challenges from the No. 8 Wolverines (5-2, 4-0 Big Ten) and the Wildcats (4-3, 1-1 Big Ten), as it dives back into action following ventures to Miami (swimming) and Puerto Rico (diving) for its annual winter training trip.

The double dual meet is becoming somewhat of a tradition for the three programs, as the trio has met the previous four years between South Bend, Evanston, Illinois and Ann Arbor.


Homecoming Of Sorts: Senior swimmer Melissa Scott (Rochester Hills) and junior diver Emma Gaboury (Bloomfield Hills) are the lone Michigan natives on the Irish roster in 2014-15.

Remembering Coach Stark: The Notre Dame community lost a true ambassador recently with the passing of Irish swimming and diving founding father Dennis Stark. Read more about Coach Stark’s impact on the Notre Dame campus, a community he was part of for eight decades since he first stepped foot on campus as a student in the early 1940’s, here.

Wrapping Up The Fall: The Irish split up to close out the fall season with competitions in Iowa (diving) and Texas (swimming). Check out the laundry list of impressive showings that highlighted both meets here.

New Class: A large and versatile class signed on to join the Irish in the fall of 2015. Read about an impressive group of nine that will make up the class of 2019 here.

International Success: While her teammates were in Texas and Iowa, senior All-American Emma Reaney spent a week in Doha Qatar at the FINA Short Course World Championships. Read all about her experiences overseas, including her silver-medal winning performance, here.

On The Boards: Check out a feature story and video about Notre Dame’s four senior divers here.

Following The Irish: Receive behind the scenes information on the Notre Dame women’s swimming and diving program through Facebook (/NDwSwimmingDiving), Twitter (@NDwSwimming and @NDDiving) and Instagram (@NDwSwimming).

Saturday’s List of Events

200 Medley Relay

1,650 Freestyle

200 Freestyle

100 Backstroke

100 Breaststroke

200 Butterfly

50 Freestyle

100 Freestyle

200 Backstroke

200 Breaststroke

500 Freestyle

100 Butterfly

200 IM

400 Freestyle Relay

1-Meter Dive

3-Meter Dive

ACC Standings (Top 3)

100 Breast: Emma Reaney (1st – 59.04 – NCAA A Cut)*

200 Breast: Emma Reaney (2nd – 2:08.27 – NCAA B Cut)*

NCAA Standings (Top 50)

100 Breast: Emma Reaney (3rd – 59.04 – NCAA A Cut)*

200 Breast: Emma Reaney (4th – 2:08.27 – NCAA B Cut)*

200 Medley Relay: Mulquin / Margheret / Whyte / Galletti (41st – 1:41.34)

200 Fly: Courtney Whyte (T-48th – 1:58.46 – NCAA B Cut)

400 Free Relay: House / Mulquin / Bradford / Galletti (49th – 3:23.47)

400 Medley Relay: Mulquin / Reaney / Whyte / Galletti (49th – 3:43.29)

100 Back: Catherine Mulquin (50th – 53.59 – NCAA B Cut)

*Converted from short course meters time at World Short Course Championships

NCAA Zone C Qualifiers

Allison Casareto

Lindsey Streepey

Emma Gaboury

–Russell Dorn, Assistant Media Relations Director