Four seniors from the class of 2017 and junior diver Annie Crea were voted into the leadership role.
The University of Notre Dame men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs celebrated their end-of-year banquet together over the weekend.
Four swimmers from the women’s team and nine from the men’s team will race in Ann Arbor this weekend.
Katie Miller won the women's 400 IM, while Tabahn Afrik and Matthew Grauslys shined for the men's team.
Notre Dame scored 644 points during the meet and left with memories of many outstanding performances.
The Irish played host to Iowa in the annual Shamrock Invitational Jan. 31 - Feb. 1, 2014.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2014-15): Specialized in the freestyle events for the second year in a row … saved best showing for end of year ACC Championships … claimed 19th in the 1,650 free (17:04.93 – season best) … finished second in both the 500 (5:18.88) and the 1,000 free (10:48.74) events in a dual meet against Cleveland State … had best time of season in 1,000 free (10:34.28) against Illinois … went a season-best 1:54.23 in the 200 free at the ACC Championships … swam the 500 free in a season-best time of 4:54.86 at the Texas Invitational … best 100 free time (55.50) came at the Texas Invitational … earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2013-14): Freestyle swimmer who competed in sprint and distance events in addition to relays ... swam the 1,650 free at the ACC Championships, claiming 20th place in 17:09.57 ... placed 13th out of 46 swimmers in the 500 yard free at the Hawkeye Invitational (4:54.11) ... finished 10th out of 26 swimmers in the 1,650 free at the Hawkeye Invitational (17:04.24) ... selected to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... earned a monogram.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: Graduated from Cathedral Catholic High School (Calif.) in the spring of 2013 ... earned four letters in swimming ... finished second in the 500 free at the CIF Championships ... helped team to sixth consecutive CIF title to break the San Diego section record for most consecutive titles ... named a Scholastic All-American ... won first CIF title in the 500 free as a junior ... helped team win team title and tie San Diego record for most consecutive CIF championships (five) ... was runner-up in the 200 free ... was a junior national qualifier and a Scholastic All-American ... as a sophomore was a Scholastic All-American and a junior national qualifier as the team won a CIF championship ... helped team win CIF title as a freshman ... also competed for the North Coast Aquatics club team ... team was honored as a USA Swimming Gold Medal Club ... was a junior national and sectional qualifier ... was the San Diego long course junior Olympic record holder in the 1,500m freestyle heading into senior campaign ... outside of pool participated in Campus Ministry, National Honor Society and the California Scholarship Federation ... received the National Merit Commended Scholar, the Msgr. John A. Dickie Award, the Fr. John Cadden Award and the Rev. Charles Buddy Award ... full name is Molly Katherine Barry ... born in St. Louis, Missouri to Kevin and Mary Kay Barry ... has a younger brother, Brendan, and a younger sister, Kate ... has a cousin, Brian Kuske, who received his MBA from Notre Dame in 2012 ... is a science pre-professional major in the College of Science … sports a 3.000 GPA.
Barry's Career Bests
|500 Free||4:54.11||(Hawkeye, 2013)|
|1,000 Free||10:33.83||(Purdue, 2013)|
|1,650 Free||17:04.24||(Hawkeye, 2013)|