Seniors Emma Gaboury, Lindsey Streepey and Zane Parker lead the group.
The Irish scored 537.5 points over four days of competition.
Catherine Mulquin swam a personal best in the 50 free.
Senior diver Emma Gaboury advanced to the evening finals in 1-meter.
On the men's team, the 200 free and 400 medley relay teams also claimed first-place honors.
Notre Dame Swimming hosted the Dennis Stark Relays on October 12th at the Rolfs Aquatic Center.
PREP & PERSONAL: Walked on with the Irish as a freshman, but season was cut short due to wrist injury … trained on and off the last two seasons while coaching a local high school team, and walked back on to the diving squad as a senior … graduated from Muncie Central in June 2012 … earned five varsity letters in cross country, tennis and diving … also dove with Starz diving club … two-tome age group national qualifier and East national qualifier … as freshman, team won sectional championship … as a sophomore, qualified as a regional finalist and team repeated as sectional champions … in junior season, individually was crowned sectional champion and a regional finalist, and team won sectional title … in senior campaign, posted undefeated record in all meets until the IHSAA State championship meet … came in 10th at IHSAA state meet … crowned sectional and regional champion … won team’s most valuable diver award all four seasons … one of five children to Kent and Mary Parker … has one brother, Zac, and three sisters, Adriann, Hillary and Peyton … majoring in Management Consulting at the University, set to graduate in May 2016.