UND Roster

2006-07 Swimming and Diving Roster

Ted Brown

Fly/IM/Free


Height 6'2''
Weight 165 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Kokomo, IN
High School Western
Bio

Bio • Awards • Career Bests One of three team captains … very versatile and effective swimmer … three-time monogram winner … former school record holder in the 500-yard free … posted NCAA ‘B’ cuts in the 500-yard freestyle during his freshman and sophomore seasons … also swam a ‘B’ cut in the 200-free as a sophomore … member of school’s 800-yard freestyle relay record-holding quartet (6:35.47) … tabbed honorable mention Academic All-America by College Swim Coaches Association (CSCAA) his first three seasons … honorable mention selection as a junior … six-time all-BIG EAST honoree … led Irish in points scored and dual-meet race victories in first collegiate season and was among Notre Dame’s top three in four different events … ranks second all-time in program history in the 500 free (4:25.83) … one of the top middle-distance freestylers in school history … third all-time in the 200 free (1:38.54) and fourth in 1,000 free (9:22.88) … fifth in the 400 IM (3:56.95) … also is fifth in 200 fly (1:49.75) and 12th in 1,650 free (15:53.17) … extremely versatile swimmer had outstanding prep career, winning a pair of Indiana state titles and earning All-America honors five times … can swim every event … loves to be challenged … also one of top students on Irish, carrying 3.707 cumulative GPA as a member of Notre Dame’s Academic Honors Program for Student-Athletes … three-time member of the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team … in 2003-04, ranked sixth in the U.S. among 17- and 18-year olds in the 500 free, as well as 11th in the 400 IM … earned High Point Award for finishing in top four in all six of his events to earn 139 points in the 2004 Indiana Senior State Long-Course Championships … won the 800-meter freestyle in that meet … finished 22nd in 400- meter IM at 2004 USA Swimming Summer National Championships, becoming the first swimmer from Irish Aquatics club team to ever reach the evening finals … also took 28th in 400 free. AS A JUNIOR
BIG EAST champion in the 800 free relay with a school-record time of 6:35.47 … also earned all-BIG EAST honors with a runner-up finish in the 200 free by posting a career-best time of 1:38.54 … that mark was tops on the team during the season and ranks him third in school history … also had the team’s best 200 fly mark (1:50.36) … had the fourth-best times on the team in the 500 and 1000 freestyles … finished sixth in the 200 fly at the conference meet with a time of 1:50.65 … his prelim mark of 1:50.36 was a season-best time in the event … placed eighth in the 500 free at the BIG EAST in a time 4:34.55 … swam his best 200 free time of the season (1:38.54) at the BIG EAST Championships … collected 18 individual and eight relay wins on the season … honorable mention Academic All-America by College Swim Coaches Association (CSCAA) … named to the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team … earned a monogram. AS A SOPHOMORE
One of five Irish swimmers to record NCAA cuts … clocked NCAA ‘B’ cuts in the 200-yard freestyle (1:38.64) and the 500-free (4:25.89) … earned all-BIG EAST honors in those events as well … his 200-free time was the fourth-fastest in school history and his 500-free time is second in Irish history, only behind his own mark of 4:25.83 in `04 … led the team with seven BIG EAST ‘A’ cuts … registered other BIG EAST ‘A’ cuts in the 1,650-yard free (16:12.42), 100-yard fly (51.78), 200-yard fly (1:49.75), 200-yard IM (1:53.35) and the 400- yard IM (4:03.48) … swam a BIG EAST ‘B’ cut in the 100-yard free (48.21) … his top 1,000-yard free time of 9:22.88 is the fourth quickest time in Notre Dame history … second in the 500-free at the BIG EAST Championships … placed third at the conference meet in the 200-free … part of 800- free relay squad that placed fourth at the BIG EAST Championships … won a teamhigh 15 races in six different events … claimed five 200-free victories and four more in the 500-free … fifth on the team with 331.75 total points (279.5 individual, 52.25 relay) … part of four winning relay teams … won the 200 and 500 freestyles in a tight win over No. 17 Pittsburgh in the Rolfs Aquatic Center … was part of a 1-2-3 Irish finish in the latter, to put Notre Dame back on top in the meet … helped 800-free relay to a win at the Notre Dame Invitational … won the 200 free at Utah … victorious in the 200 and 500 free versus No. 22 BYU … won the 200-yard butterfly at Louisville … was also part of victorious 800 free relay team against the Cardinals … captured two more wins (200 free and 500 free) in a dual meet at Iowa … won the 1,000-yard freestyle versus Canisius and Cleveland State in the fastest unshaved time in program history (9:22.88). AS A FRESHMAN
Most versatile swimmer on Irish roster excelled in multiple events en route to leading team in points scored and dual-meet race victories and ranking among team’s top three in four events … broke University record en route to third-place finish at BIG EAST meet in 500 free … time of 4:25.83 ranked 54th in Division I and was an NCAA ‘B’ cut … anchored 800 freestyle relay that broke school record for second time with a 6:42.55 that was good for third place in conference meet and 45th in the nation … earned all- BIG EAST honors for both performances … tabbed honorable mention Academic All- America by the College Swim Coaches Association (CSCAA) … anchored 800 free relay that broke the oldest school record on the books (12 years) at the Notre Dame Invitational by finishing first with a time of 6:45.44 … in addition to leading team in the 500 free, ranked second in 200 (1:39.76) and 1,000 (9:26.53), third in the 1,650 (15:53.17) and 400 IM (3:56.95), and fifth in the 200 butterfly (1:53.44) … registered six of the team’s top eight times in the 1,000 and four of the top seven in the 1,650 … his 427 points in individual events were 148.5 more than any other Irish swimmer … registered 465.5 total points, including 42 at the BIG EAST meet … took eighth in the 200 free in league meet and 10th in the 1,650 free … scored 154 points at Notre Dame Invitational, finaling in five events and finishing in the top three in four … his 146 points in individual events were a meet high … was second in the 500 free and 400 IM, third in the 200 and 1650 free, and sixth in the 200 fly, in addition to taking 14th in the 200 IM and anchoring the first-place 800 free relay … registered 20 dual-meet race victories in five different events … among the highlights were winning the 500 free against #17 Pittsburgh, and Wyoming (22nd at NCAAs), taking the 1,000 free vs. the Cowboys and #19 BYU, and claiming the 200 free vs. #15 Northwestern … his time of 9:26.53 in the 1,000 free against UC Santa Barbara and Wyoming on Jan. 9 stands as second-best unshaved time in program history … also swam on 400 free relay that finished first at Michigan State … qualified for BIG EAST Championships in teamhigh six events, also posting season-best 1:56.07 in 200 IM … was seeded among top 13 in the conference in five of those events … led off 800 freestyle relay that set meet record (7:05.76) in Dennis Stark Relays … also combined with Patrick Davis to set a meet record in the 1,000 free relay (9:22.96) … honored with the Meghan Beeler and Colleen Hipp Award, which is presented to an outstanding freshman who best exemplifies the vitality, competitiveness, and love for Notre Dame shown by its namesakes during their freshman years prior to their deaths in a bus accident in 1992. HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA
Four-year letterwinner at Western High School … 2003 Indiana state champion in both the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle … recipient of the Herman F. Keller Mental Attitude Award given annually to one senior swimmer each year at the state championships … a five-time National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) All-American — twice in the 200 and 500 freestyle and once in 200 individual medley … set eight varsity records at Western, in addition to establishing six Mid-Indiana Conference marks and three sectional records during his career … nominated for Wendy’s High School Heisman Trophy Award … received Gene Lee Award in ’02 as Indiana’s ‘Most Outstanding Male Swimmer’ … in his senior season, named to the NISCA All-Academic Team … competed in cross country and track during his freshman year and was named the school’s Freshman Runner of the Year … won top senior awards at Western in science, journalism and French … named the school’s Most Outstanding Athlete … awarded Presidential Award for Excellence … member of National Honor Society … served for two years as editor-in-chief of school newspaper … ranked third in his graduating class … father Ted swam at Princeton … oldest of three children … born April 1, 1985, in Glen Ridge, N.J. … son of Ted and Kim Brown … enrolled in the College of Science as a biological sciences major with a double major in anthropology.
AWARDS & HONORS
CSCAA Honorable Mention
Academic All-America (2004, 2005, 2006)
University Record (800 free relay)
Six-time All-BIG EAST

BROWN’S CAREER BESTS
`04 BE `05 BE `06 BE School Rank Career Wins
200 Free 1:38.54 • `06 BIG EAST 8th 3rd 2nd 3rd 16
500 Free 4:25.83 • `04 BIG EAST 3rd 2nd 8th 2nd 15
1000 Free 9:22.88 • at Cleveland St., vs. Canisius (1-28-05) 4th 10
1650 Free 15:53.17 • `04 BIG EAST 10th 12th 2
200 Fly 1:49.75 • `05 BIG EAST 7th 6th 5th 6
200 IM 1:53.35 • vs. Pittsburgh & Mich. St. (11-12-04) 15th 1
400 IM 3:56.95 • `04 Boiler-Make-It Invit. 5th 3