Adam Ritter won his first individual Pac-10 and NCAA championship season and completedr his UA swimming career as a 12 time All-American with five NCAA Championships. He won the 200 individual medley race in his senior season with a time of 1:14.72, which broke his own school record. The time also ranked as the third fastest in NCAA history behind Olympic gold medalists Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps. The win was the first in school history in the 200 IM and the time still stands today as the top in school history. Meanwhile, his 400 free relay time of 2:47.84 wiht Albert Subirats, Nicolas Nilo and Barian Townsend also still ranks as the top time in school history. Ritter was a co-captain for the men's swim team and majored in civil engineering. In addition to his athletic accolades Adam became the first ever male student-athlete named Homecoming King at the University of Arizona.