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D1 NCAA All American

 

WAVES D1 NCAA All Americans
These athletes, developed in the WAVES program, became Division 1 NCAA All Americans,
finishing in the top 8 at the D1 NCAA Championship meet while competing in college.

Noelle Peplowski, Indiana

  • 2019, 200 BS 6th (2:06.94)
  • WAVES athlete from age 15 to 18

Grace Ariola, Texas

  • 2019, 400 free relay 4th (47.50 split), 200 free relay 8th (22.10 lead off)
  • WAVES athlete from age 7 to 18

Lindsay Gendron, Tennessee, 18x

  • 2014, 200 FS 4th (1:42.55), 200 BF 4th (1:53.05), 100 FS 8th (47.66 prelims)  200 free relay 5th (21.59 split prelims), 400 medley relay 6th (51.92 BF split), 400 free relay 7th (47.17 split prelims)
  • 2013, 200 FS 5th (1:43.77), 500 FS 8th (4:38.47 prelims), 100 FS 8th (48.18 prelims), 200 free relay 1st (21.82 split), 400 medley relay 1st (47.27 split), 400 free relay 4th (47.46 split)
  • 2012, 200 FS 6th (1:43.89), 400 medley relay 3rd (47.50 split), 400 free relay 7th (47.96 split prelims)
  • 2011, 1650 FS 8th (16:01.77), 400 medley relay 4th (47.51 split),400 free relay 7th (47.92 split)
  • WAVES athlete from age 7 to 16

Jacob Hanson, Eastern Michigan

  • 2013, 200 BK 4th (1:39.87)
  • 2012, 200 BK 7th (1:42.11 prelims)
  • WAVES athlete from age 7 to 17
  • Jacob is the first male from Bloomington-Normal in 49 years to achieve D1 All American status in swimming since Tom Stock, representing Indiana University in 1963.

Monica Drake, Arizona

  • 2012, 800 free relay 3rd (1:44.20 split), 400 free relay 4th (47.91 split)
  • 2011, 800 free relay 3rd (1:44.20 split)
  • WAVES athlete from age 11 to 18

Caitlin Hamilton, Purdue

  • 2010, 1650 FS 8th (16:02.01)
  • WAVES athlete from age 8 to 18

Emily Hanson, Michigan

  • 2007, 1650 FS 6th (16:08.69)
  • WAVES athlete from age 10 to 18
  • Emily is the first female from Bloomington-Normal to achieve D1 All American status.in swimming.