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Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 06/04/2013

June 4, 2013

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Kristian Ipsen and David Nolan each earned a pair of individual titles as Stanford finished seventh at the NCAA Championships and set four school records under the direction of first-year head coach Ted Knapp.


Oct. 20 - Pacific Invitational - 2nd (1,063 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Stanford, which only competed in the latter of the two-day showdown, posted a clean sweep of the nine events as Gray Umbach notched a pair of individual victories and contributed to a first-place relay effort in the season opener.

Nov. 2 - vs. Wisconsin - W, 184-104 - Recap | Results
- No. 3 Stanford routed Wisconsin in its home debut with a side of youth in the 1,000 free as Danny Thomson (9:07.31) finished on the front end of a 1-2-3 Cardinal showing.

Nov. 7 - vs. California - NTS - Recap | Results
- Typically held the week of the Big Game between the two schools' football programs, Stanford and Cal split six individual events and a pair of relays in a refreshing midweek triple-distance meet.

Nov. 15 - Arena Invitational - 1st (630.5 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Stanford cruised to post five wins in as many events with Andrew Saeta and Aaron Wayne finishing the 50 free in a meet-best 19.91.

Nov. 16 - Arena Invitational - 1st (1,414 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Stanford maintained its stance on top of the Arena Invitational leaderboard with six wins.

Nov. 17 - Arena Invitational - 1st (2,112 pts.) - Recap | Results
- For the third straight day, Stanford rolled by the competition to win its final event of the fall season as Aaron Wayne swam a meet-record 42.96 in the 100 free.

Nov. 16-18 - Arizona Diving Invite - NTS - Recap | Results
- Kristian Ipsen (441.05) was second in the 3-meter finals after posting a meet-best 458.85 in the prelims and took second in the 1-meter with 368.85 points in the finals.

Nov. 30-Dec. 2 - Ohio State Invitational - NTS - Recap
- Kristian Ipsen swept the 1- and 3-meter diving events to lead Stanford at the Ohio State Invitational.

Jan. 5 - vs. Pacific - W, 159-92 - Recap | Results
- No. 8 Stanford rang in the New Year with a win over Pacific, recording the top time in each event.

Jan. 11-13 - Bruin Diving Invitational - NTS - Recap
- Noah Garcia shelved a second-place finish off the 3-meter board to lead Stanford at the Bruin Diving Invitational.

Jan. 25 - at Arizona State - W, 171.5-113.5 - Recap | Results
- Stanford paid a visit to Arizona State and notched its third win in as many dual meets.

Jan. 26 - at Arizona - W, 173-115 - Recap | Results
- Two road meets in two days turned into two wins for ninth-ranked Stanford, the latter of which came against No. 1 Arizona.

Feb. 9 - vs. USC - L, 139-156 - Recap | Results
- Kristian Ispen and Noah Garcia finished 1-2 in both the 1- and 3-meter events but USC's Vladimir Morozov broke the Avery Aquatic Center record in the 50 free (19.33) to lead No. 3 USC to a win over No. 9 Stanford in the final home meet for the Cardinal seniors.

Feb. 23 - at California - L, 104-139 - Recap | Results
- Kristian Ipsen and David Nolan each shelved a pair of wins for No. 7 Stanford, but No. 2 California got the better end of the season-ending dual meet.

Feb. 28 - Pac-12 Championships - NTS - Recap
- Kristian Ipsen won the Pac-12 1-meter title, posting 442.15 points to outlast Arizona State's Harrison Jones (437.35) for his first conference title.

March 1 - Pac-12 Championships - NTS - Recap
- Kristian Ipsen lit up the scoreboard with a 443.40 in the finals to claim the 3-meter crown at the Pac-12 meet, giving the sophomore a sweep of the league's springboard events.

March 2 - Pac-12 Championships - NTS - Recap
- Kristian Ipsen, 2013 Pac-12 Championships Diver of the Meet, fell short of taking his third title in as many days with a second-place finish off the platform.

March 3 - Pac-12 Championships - 2nd (66 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Stanford posted top-three finishes in a pair of relays to begin the swimming portion of the Pac-12 meet, and Mack Montgomery went 1:43.70 in the 200 fly to qualify for the NCAA Championships.

March 4 - Pac-12 Championships - 2nd (278 pts.) - Recap | Results
- David Nolan defended his 200 individual medley title and Stanford stood in second place at the Pac-12 meet.

March 5 - Pac-12 Championships - 2nd (520 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Stanford went without a win but held on to second place through day three of the Pac-12 Championships.

March 6 - Pac-12 Championships - 2nd (800 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Stanford received impressive wins from Drew Cosgarea (1,650 free) and David Nolan (200 back) as its streak of 31 consecutive Pac-12 titles was snapped.

March 14 - NCAA Zone Diving Championships - NTS - Recap
- Kristian Ipsen won the 1-meter event at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships with Connor Kuremsky, Taylor Sishc, and Noah Garcia following in 6th, 10th, and 12th.

March 15 - NCAA Zone Diving Championships - NTS - Recap
- Stanford dominated off the 3-meter board with Kristian Ipsen winning the event.

March 16 - NCAA Zone Diving Championships - NTS - Recap
- Kristian Ipsen won the platform event and Stanford qualified an unprecedented four divers for the NCAA Championships.

March 28 - NCAA Championships - t-7th (81 pts.) - Recap | Results
- David Nolan won the 200 IM and Kristian Ipsen set a meet record in the 1-meter to get Stanford started at the NCAA Championships.

March 29 - NCAA Championships - 7th (169 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Kristian Ipsen (3-meter) and David Nolan (100 back) picked up their second national title in as many days and Tom Kremer broke a 26-year-old record to highlight Stanford's day-two showing.

March 30 - NCAA Championships - 7th (282 pts.) - Recap | Results
- Kristian Ipsen (NCAA Diver of the Year) and Rick Schavone (NCAA Diving Coach of the Year) shelved national awards as Stanford overcame a pair of relay disqualifications to finish seventh overall at the NCAA Championships.


2012-13 Records and Awards


School Records
200 Back (1:39.31) - David Nolan
200 IM (1:41.21) - David Nolan
1-meter Diving (473.75) - Kristian Ipsen
Platform Diving (452.90) - Kristian Ipsen


NCAA Champion
Kristian Ipsen - 1-meter Diving (473.75)
Kristian Ipsen - 3-meter Diving (450.60)
David Nolan - 200 IM (1:41.21)
David Nolan - 100 Back (44.99)

NCAA Championships Record
Kristian Ipsen - 1-meter Diving (473.75)


All-America
David Nolan
200 Free Relay (1:16.99) - 6th
200 IM (1:41.21) - 1st
100 Back (44.99) - 1st

Aaron Wayne
200 Free Relay (1:16.99) - 6th
100 Fly (46.09) - 9th

Jack Lane
200 Free Relay (1:16.99) - 6th
100 Fly (47.16) - 16th

Andrew Saeta
200 Free Relay (1:16.99) - 6th

Danny Thomson
500 Free (4:16.98) - 11th

Tom Kremer
200 IM (1:43.15) - 9th
200 Free (1:33.07) - 3rd
800 Free Relay (6:23.34) - 12th

Kristian Ipsen
1-meter Diving (473.75) - 1st
3-meter Diving (450.60) - 1st
Platform Diving (452.90) - 2nd

Matt Thompson
400 IM (3:45.81) - 15th

Drew Cosgarea
400 IM (3:43.91) - 11th

Gray Umbach
800 Free Relay (6:23.34) - 12th

Chris Pickard
800 Free Relay (6:23.34) - 12th

Thomas Stephens
800 Free Relay (6:23.34) - 12th

Matthew Swanston
100 Back (46.98) - 16th

Taylor Sishc
3-meter Diving (338.60) - 15th
Platform Diving (272.75) - 16th

Noah Garcia
Platform Diving (330.10) - 14th

Connor Kuremsky
3-meter Diving (290.30) - 16th


CSCAA All-America
Kristian Ipsen
Tom Kremer
Jack Lane
David Nolan
Andrew Saeta
Matthew Swanston
Danny Thomson
Aaron Wayne

CSCAA Honorable Mention All-America
Drew Cosgarea
Noah Garcia
Connor Kuremsky
Mack Montgomery
Chris Pickard
Taylor Sishc
Thomas Stephens
Matt Thompson
Gray Umbach


Pac-12 Champion
1,650 Free (14:49.71) - Drew Cosgarea
200 Back (1:40.39) - David Nolan
200 Individual Medley (1:42.41) - David Nolan
1-meter Diving (442.15) - Kristian Ipsen
3-meter Diving (443.40) - Kristian Ipsen

Pac-12 Runner-up
200 Medley Relay (1:24.48) - David Nolan, Andrew Saeta, Jack Lane, Aaron Wayne
400 Free Relay (2:51.18) - David Nolan, Aaron Wayne, Tom Kremer, Andrew Saeta
100 Back (46.38) - David Nolan
100 Free (42.48) - Aaron Wayne
200 Fly (1:44.54) - Tom Kremer
Platform Diving (398.40) - Kristian Ipsen


Pac-12 All-Academic First Team
Noah Garcia
Bryan Offutt
Andrew Saeta
Mitchell Stoehr
Sebastian Wigstrom

Pac-12 All-Academic Second Team
Cole Davis
Tommy Fraychineaud
Mack Montgomery
Thomas Stephens
Matthew Swanston
Matthew Thompson

Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention
Drew Cosgarea
Will Gunderson
Jake Hartley
Connor Kuremsky
John Lane
Chris Pickard
Mason Shaw
Burke Sims
Taylor Sishc
Aaron Wayne


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