Lyndon Ferns capped his collegiate career in 2006 by finishing as the NCAA Champion in the 100 butterfly- his first individual national title - and was a part of the 400 freestyle, 400 medley, and 800 freestyle NCAA Championship relay teams to help the Wildcats to a second- place finish at the NCAA Championships, at the time, a program best. His winning time of 45.89 seconds in the 100 Butterfly was a school record, as was each of the winning relay swims. As a Wildcat, Lyndon earned eight individual first-team and 15 relay All-American honors. In addition, he collected five career top- four individual finishes at the NCAA Championships and along with his 100-butterfly title, won the 2006 Pac-10 title in the 800 freestyle relay. Along with fellow Arizona alumni Roland Schoeman, Ryk Neethling and Darian Townsend, Lyndon provided one of the indelible moments of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games as the quartet won the Gold Medal in the 400-meter freestyle relay in a world record time of 3:13.17.