2001-02 Men's Swimming & Diving Archive
Moch earns honorable mention all-America on one-meter board
Junior diver Nate Moch finished 14th in one-meter diving at the NCAA Division III Championships at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, to earn honorable mention all-America for the second consecutive year. Moch, a three-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Diver of the Year, earned honorable mention all-America last year on both the one- and three-meter boards. This year he placed 18th in three-meter competition. As a team, DePauw finished tied for 48th. 2002 NCAA Division III Championships
DePauw finishes regular season with 7-5 mark after loss to Wabash; Moch awaits word on NCAA qualification
The Tigers dropped a 186-113 decision to Wabash at the Erdmann Natatorium to finish the season with a 7-5 dual meet record. Nate Moch notched another NCAA qualifying mark in diving and Mike Mioduski won the 100 free. Complete results | 2002 SCAC Championships
Tigers place second at SCAC Championship; Moch named SCAC Diver of the Year for third straight year
Junior Nate Moch was named the SCAC Male Diver of the Year for the third time in as many years and the Tigers placed second at the 2002 SCAC Championships. Complete wrapup with results
Tigers in second after first day of SCAC Championships
Behind Nate Moch's third SCAC three-meter diving title in as many years, the Tigers finished the first day of competition at the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships in second place. The Tigers totaled 249.5 points to Trinity's 294. Moch, the SCAC Male Diver of the Year each of his first two seasons, won with 451.8 points. DePauw's 200 free relay of Evan Kennel, Benjamin Betz, Mike Mioduski and Kyle Danforth finished third in 1:27.67 to earn all-conference honors. Complete results available from host Sewanee
DePauw improves to 7-4 on the season after win over Engineers
The Tigers defeated Rose-Hulman 155-64 to improve to 7-4 on the season. Complete results The Tigers now prepare for the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships hosted by Sewanee, February 14-16.
Tigers place third at Washington Invitational
DePauw placed third at the Washington (Mo.) Invitational with 616.5 points. Missouri-Rolla won with 1,125.5 points followed by Washington with 720. Results
DePauw sweeps Illinois Wesleyan and Vincennes to improve to 6-4 on the season; Moch qualifies for nationals on three-meter board
The Tigers took first in three individual swimming events, on both boards and in one relay on the way to a 182-54 win over Illinois Wesleyan and a 138-98 victory over Vincennes. todd Darlington won the 200 free in 1:50.30, while Kyle Danforth took first in the 50 free (22.85) and Peter Beckette won the 100 breast in 1:04.30. Mike Seay won one-meter diving with a score of 181.20 and Nate Moch qualified for the NCAA Championships in three-meter with a 497.48 total. The 200 medley relay of Andrew Cornett, Mike Mioduski, Kyle Danforth and Todd Darlington won in 1:42.79. Complete results
Tigers take top three places on each board at Wabash Diving Invitational
DePauw swept the top three spots on both the one- and three-meter boards at the Wabash Invitational. In one-meter competition, Nate Moch won with 394.55 points followed by Bret Schoff with 390.65 and Wilson Villafana with 294.55. On the three-meter board, Schoff won with 412.35 points, while Moch placed second with 383.55 and Villafana was third with 365.8.
DePauw evens season mark at 4-4 with weekend sweep
The Tigers defeated visiting Centre 152-32 and Millikin 155-32 to even their season record at 4-4. Complete results
Tigers place third at DePauw Invitational
DePauw finished third at its own invitational with 587.5 points. Washington University successfully defended its 2000 title with a total of 852 points. Complete results
Schoff wins three-meter diving with national qualifying point total
Bret Schoff totaled 478.7 points to win the three-meter diving competition at the Wabash Diving Invitational. That total eclipsed the Division III qualifying standard of 444. He can advance to the Division III Championships with one more qualifying performance this season. Wilson Villafana placed fourth with 341.75 points. Villafana placed fourth on the one-meter board with 347.45 points and Schoff was fifth with 335.9.
Tigers finish third at Wabash Invitational
The Tigers totaled 406.5 points and finished third in the Wabash Invitational at IUPUI. Complete results
DePauw drops meet to Wheaton
Evan Kennel picked up a win in the 100 backstroke as did Bret Schoff in 3-meter diving in the Tigers' 141-89 loss to visiting Wheaton. Complete Results
Tigers win just two events, but defeat Indianapolis 112-110
DePauw took firsts place in only two events, but managed to win the meet by a 112-110 score and improve to 2-3 on the season. Complete results
DePauw loses at Washington
Brian Parker took firsts in the 200IM and 200 fly, but it wasn't enough as the Tigers lost at Washington (Mo.) by a 145-98 count. Complete results
Tigers top Sewanee, 150-92
DePauw improved to 1-2 on the season with a 150-92 victory over visiting Sewanee. Complete results
DePauw loses at Hope
The Tigers won four events in a 137-99 loss at Hope. Earning first place finishes for the Tigers were Todd Darlington (1000 free, 10:53.29), Brett Schoff (1-meter diving, 221.65; 3-meter diving, 218.50), Peter Beckete (200 breast, 2:22.27).
Tigers drop season opener
Host Kalamazoo finished first in nine events on the way to a 153-52 win over the Tigers. Earning first place finishes for DePauw were Mike Seay (1-meter diving), Mike Whitesell (100 fly), Evan Kennel (100 back) and Brett Schoff (3-meter diving).