Men win 211-89 and Women prevail 155-145.
Cards sweep Noles
Cards lead after day 1 of two day format
Worrell wins second title, Tarasevich takes 200-back, Dahlia leads 200-breast sweep
Cards have first individual win at USA Short Course Nationals
Louisville Swimming & Diving v Florida State | Day 1
AAC Swimming & Diving Championship | Day 3
AAC Swimming & Diving Championships | Day 2
Sophomore: In her first year with the Cardinals, Bibault added to the Cardinals' depth. Devon finished first in the Michigan Invite with a time of 54.50 in the 100-fly. Bibault took third place in the Michigan Invite with a time of 1:59.17 in the 200-fly. She also took second place in the 200-fly against Georgia Tech. She took fourth place against Indiana in the 100- and 200-fly. Bibault also added second place finishes in the 100-fly and 200-fly in a dual meet against Cincinnati and Houston.
Freshman: As a freshman, Devon Bibault qualified for the NCAA championships by being invited with her 200-butterfly time of 1:57.44 at the Purdue Invite. She swam the 100- and 200-butterfly at NCAA where she placed 35th in 53.59 and 28th in 1:58.09 respectively. At BIG EAST, Bibault finished 3rd in the 200-butterfly in a time of 1:58.00 making her an All- BIG EAST performer in the 200-butterfly, 10th in the 500-freestyle in 4:51.14, and 11th in the 400-IM at 4:20.12. In the beginning of the season, Bibault won the 100- and 200-butterfly at the Xavier meet. She also competed at the Purdue Invite, swimming the 100-butterfly in 54.22 to place 2nd, the 500-freestyle for 5th in 4:51.61, and the 200-IM for 4th in 2:02.08. Bibault was named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
Prep: Devon came to U of L from Edmonton, Alberta in Canada, where she swam for Hope Christian School and Edmonton Keyano Swim Club where she was coached by Derrick Schoof. In the summer of 2012, she competed at the open water Canadian Age Group Nationals in Calgary, Alberta in the 200-fly, 150-fly, 50-fly, 200-IM, 400-IM, and 200-free. In April of 2012, Devon placed 7th in the 200-fly at the Canadian Olympic Trials in Montreal. In 2011, she swam the 200-fly, 100-fly, and medley relay at the World Juniors in Lima, Peru, where she was a finalist in the 200-butterfly at the Dropping over two seconds off her best time, Devon swam to a seventh place finish with a time of 2:14.12(LCM). She will also add speed to the Louisville line-up in the 100-butterfly with a time of 1:01.79(LCM).
Personal: Daughter of Sandra and Bob Bibault. Born October 26, 1994. Major is Engineering.