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Arizona Women's Swimming and Diving 1999-2000 Season in Review :: <!--REPLACE WITH STORY TITLE TEASER--> Arizona Women's Swimming and Diving 1999-2000 Season in Review







Dual Meet Results (9-2, Overall; 4-1, Pacific-10)						
October
30	@ UNLV			W/227-67		Las Vegas, Nev.

November
12	USC			W/148-93		Tucson, Ariz.
13	UCLA			W/186-122		Tucson, Ariz.
19 	Northern Arizona	W/224-67		Tucson, Ariz.
	UC San Diego		W/125-63		Tucson, Ariz.

December
3-5	Texas Invitational	NA			Austin, Texas

January
14	Georgia			L/135-165		Tucson, Ariz.
15	Northern Arizona	W/158-107		Tucson, Ariz.
21	@ California		W/132-111		Berkeley, Calif.
22	@ Stanford		L/112-131		Stanford, Calif.
28	Texas			
29	Texas			W/247-106		Tucson, Ariz.

February
12	@ Arizona State		W/142-101		Tempe, Ariz.

Pac-10 Championships									
February
24-26	Pac-10s			1st  Place/1,125 points	Long Beach, Calif.

Pac-10 Individual Champions
Sarah Tolar		200-yard freestyle		1:46.86
Beth Botsford		200-yard backstroke		1:54.45
Amanda Beard		200-yard breaststroke		2:10.41
Lindsay Berryman	10-Meter Platform Diving	434.40 points
	
NCAA Championships									
Team Score: Second Place - 472.0 points
March 16-18, 2000
Indiana University - Purdue University - Indianapolis, IU Natatorium
Indianapolis, Ind.

University of Arizona Competitors - Amanda Beard, Lindsay Berryman, Beth Botsford, Amy Bouta, Adrian David, Trina Jackson, Rachel Joseph, Caroline Kilian, Denali Knapp, Julie Manitt, Emily Mastin, Jessamyn Miller, Maria Papadopoulou, Sarah Tolar, Jenny Vanker, Erin Vogt, Katie Zimbone

1999-2000 Honors and Accolades
1999-2000 Pacific-10 Conference Women's Swimming Coach of the Year - Frank Busch
1999-2000 Pacific-10 Conference Women's Swimming Newcomer of the Year - Beth Botsford
1999-2000 GTE Academic All District VIII Team - Lindsay Berryman
1999-2000 Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic First Team - Lindsay Berryman
1999-2000 Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Second Team - Jessamyn Miller
1999-2000 Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Second Team - Jill Berg
1999-2000 Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Team Honorable-Mention - Caroline Kilian


*****SHORT COURSE METERS (25-METER POOL)*****
Day One__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Event			Competitor			Prelims		Finals		Place
200 Freestyle Relay	Knapp, Vanker, 			1:40.21		1:40.61		3rd 				Mastin, Tolar	
400 Freestyle		Trina Jackson			4:08.81		4:10.79		7th  
			Sarah Tolar			4:08.75		4:13.58	        8th 
			Caroline Kilian			4:19.32		---------	46th  
			Katie Zimbone			4:23.45		---------	50th 
200 Individual Medley	Amanda Beard			2:14.38		2:13.03	    	10th - CF
			Emily Mastin			2:14.35		2:14.17  	14th - CF
			Erin Vogt			2:13.86		2:14.80  	15th - CF 
			Julie Manitt			2:14.64		---------	17th 
			Rachel Joseph			2:15.48		---------	19th 
50 Freestyle		Jenny Vanker			25.53		25.34    	9th - CF
			Denali Knapp			25.55		25.70        	15th - CF  
1-Meter Springboard	Lindsay Berryman		405.30 points	---------	9th
			Adrian David			329.55 points	---------	34th  
400 Medley Relay	Botsford, Beard,		4:02.68		3:58.47		2nd 
			Vogt, Tolar

Team Scores After The First Day Of Competition: 1. Georgia - 152; 2. Arizona - 121; 3. Stanford - 118; 4. California - 103; 5. Northwestern - 80

Day Two_______________________________________________________________________________________________
200 Medley Relay	Botsford, Beard,		1:50.41		1:49.71		2nd 
			Bouta, Knapp
400 Individual Medley	Erin Vogt			4:43.67		4:45.61	     	12th - CF 
100 Butterfly		Maria Papadopoulou		1:01.04		1:01.25	      	13th - CF
			Beth Botsford			1:01.50		---------	21st
			Amy Bouta			1:02.10		---------	32nd 
200 Freestyle		Sarah Tolar			1:57.72		1:57.59		2nd 
			Emily Mastin			1:58.12		1:58.96	      	8th 
			Jenny Vanker			2:01.07		--------	23rd 
			Katie Zimbone			2:05.10		--------	51st  
100 Breaststroke	Amanda Beard			1:07.46		1:06.95	     	4th 
			Jessamyn Miller			1:10.07		1:09.88     	12th - CF 
100 Backstroke		Beth Botsford			59.42		59.34		3rd 
			Denali Knapp			1:00.07		59.92		6th
			Julie Manitt			1:00.97		1:01.15		8th 
			Rachel Joseph			1:01.43		1:01.30	 	10th - CF 
3-Meter Springboard	Lindsay Berryman		455.55 points	---------	18th Adrian David			440.55 points	---------		26th
800 Freestyle Relay	Jackson, Tolar,			--------	7:55.51		1st  
			Vanker, Mastin

Team Scores After The Second Day Of Competition: 1. Georgia - 336.5; 2. Arizona - 299; 3. Stanford - 245; 4. California - 235.5; 5. Auburn - 169

Day Three______________________________________________________________________________________________
1,500 Freestyle		Trina Jackson			---------	16.14.50	2nd  
			Katie Zimbone			---------	16:58.01	25th  
200 Backstroke		Beth Botsford			2:08.10		2:06.70		1st 
			Denali Knapp			2:10.13		2:08.99	       	4th 
			Julie Manitt			2:12.70		---------	17th 
			Rachel Joseph			2:13.09		---------	23rd 
100 Freestyle 		Sarah Tolar			55.15		55.13	     	6th  
			Emily Mastin			55.72		55.44	   	12th - CF
			Jenny Vanker			55.74		55.64         	13th - CF
200 Breaststroke	Amanda Beard			2:26.60		2:22.84		2nd 
			Jessamyn Miller			2:32.81		---------			
200 Butterfly		Erin Vogt			2:10.93		2:11.79	     	6th
			Trina Jackson			2:11.68		2:15.23        	8th 
			Maria Papadopoulou		2:15.10		---------	26th  
Platform Diving		Lindsay Berryman		412.55 points	456.50		6th 
			Adrian David			4:06.25 points	404.50		8th  
400 Freestyle Relay	Mastin, Tolar,			3:42.71		3:38.89		2nd   
			Vanker, Knapp

Final Championship Team Scores: 1. Georgia - 490.5; 2. Arizona - 472; 3. Stanford - 397; 4. California - 311.5; Auburn - 207

All-Americans
First Team (1st - 8th Place)
Amanda Beard (100 Breaststroke, 200 Breaststroke, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay)
Lindsay Berryman (10 Meter Platform)
Beth Botsford (100 Backstroke, 200 Backstroke, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay)
Amy Bouta (200 Medley Relay)
Adrian David (10 Meter Platform)
Trina Jackson (200 Butterfly, 400 Freestyle, 1,500 Freestyle, 800 Freestyle Relay)
Denali Knapp (100 Backstroke, 200 Backstroke, 200 Freestyle Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay, 200 Medley Relay)
Julie Manitt (100 Backstroke)
Emily Mastin (200 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay, 800 Freestyle Relay)
Sarah Tolar (100 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle, 400 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle Relay, 400 Freestyle Relay, 800 Freestyle Relay, 400 Medley Relay)
Jenny Vanker (200 Freestyle Relay, 400 Free Relay, 800 Freestyle Relay)
Erin Vogt (200 Butterfly, 400 Medley Relay)

Honorable Mention (9th - 16th Place)
Amanda Beard (200 Individual Medley)
Lindsay Berryman (1 Meter Springboard)
Rachel Joseph (100 Backstroke)
Denali Knapp (50 Freestyle)
Emily Mastin (100 Freestyle, 200 Individual Medley)
Jessamyn Miller (100 Breaststroke)
Maria Papadopoulou (100 Butterfly)
Jenny Vanker (50 Freestyle, 100 Freestyle)
Erin Vogt (200 Individual Medley, 400 Individual Medley)


1999-2000 NCAA National Champions
800-Meter Freestyle Relay	Trina Jackson, Sarah Tolar,		7:55.51 
				Jenny Vanker, Emily Mastin

200-Meter Backstroke		Beth Botsford				2:06.70
NOTES
- Busch's 2000 Pac-10 Women's Swimming Coach of the Year Award is his third-career conference award for the UA women's team and fifth overall (1998 Women's COY, 1991 Women's COY, 1993 Men's COY and 2000 Men's COY))
- Busch guided Arizona to its first-ever Pac-10 Women's Swimming and Diving Championship in 1999-2000, which also marks the first time in the 14-year history of the event that Stanford was not crowned champion.
- Denali Knapp earned five First-Team All America selections in 2000 and one Honorable-Mention All America selection to bring her career total to 23, making her one of the most accomplished swimmers, male or female, in Arizona history.
- Amazingly, all 16 of Jackson's career All America nods are of the first-team variety.
- 2000 marked the fifth-straight year that Arizona has won a national championship in at least one of the freestyle relay events. Arizona has also won five of the last nine national titles in the freestyle relay events, during the last three seasons and seven of the last 15 freestyle relay titles in the last five seasons.
- Arizona has had a national champion, either male or female, every year since 1991.
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