Tracy Duchac
Tracy Duchac

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.

High School:
Lincoln

Event:
Sprint Free

Birthdate:
05/24/1982



2003-04: CSCAA Academic All-American ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NCAA qualifier in the 50 and 100 freestyle ... recorded a 23.33 in the 50 and a personal best 50.84 in the 100 ... set a varsity record in the prelims of the 50 free at the Big Ten Championships with a time of 22.95 ... placed sixth in the 50 free finals, touching the wall at the 23.28 mark ... grabbed first-place finishes in the 50 free at meets against Iowa (23.59), Miami (23.93), Arkansas (24.06), and Michigan State (23.68) ... placed second in the 50 free at a tri-meet against Georgia Tech and Florida Atlantic (24.35) and at the Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Illinois quadrangular (24.14) ... finished as the runner-up in the 100 free against Iowa (52.07) and at the Georgia Tech/Florida Atlantic triangular (52.40) ... finished third in the 100 free against Indiana with a time of 53.15 ... recorded a third-place finish in the 100 free against Arkansas with a time of 53.30 ... was part of the team's fastest 200 free (1:31.89) and 400 free (3:20.83) relays ... recorded relay split times of 23.27 and 50.23 ... both top relay times were posted during the Big Ten Championships, and were NCAA `B' marks.

2002-03: Earned NCAA honorable mention All-America status with the 200 free relay team of Lisa Dolansky, Lindsay Lange and Kim Paradeise ... team placed 14th at Auburn with time of 1:32.63 ... also competed in the 50 free prelims at the NCAA Championships ... academic All-Big Ten ... school record holder in three events: 50 free, 200 and 400 free relay ... set the three new marks at the Big Ten Championships ... clocked a fourth-place time of 23.05 in the finals of 50 free ... teamed with Dolansky, Lange and Paradeise in the 200 free relay to set a new school-record, 1:31.60 (second place) ... shares 400 free relay record of 3:22.12 (third place) with Jenni Bean, Lange and Paradeise ... recorded a personal best of 51.33 in the 100 free prelims at the conference meet ... won three of her first four races in the 50 free, winning at the Indiana Intercollegiates and in triangular meets vs. Iowa/Miami University and Northwestern/Pittsburgh ... finished runner up in the 50 free at Notre Dame and at the Kahanamoku Classic in Hawaii ... also placed second in the 100 free and with the 500 free relay squad at Kahanamoku ... member of winning 400 relay teams at the Rainbow Invite and at triangular meets with Northwestern/Pittsburgh and Cincinnati/Georgia Tech ... swam anchor leg for the winning 200 medley relay team vs. the Bearcats and Yellow Jackets.

2001-02: Set varsity records as anchor of 200 medley relay that finished third at the conference championship in 1:41.70 and as third leg of 200 free relay that finished fifth in 1:32.22 ... both times were NCAA `B' cut times ... scored in top 16 with 14th-place finish in 50 free in 23.76 at 2002 Big Ten's ... was 27th in the 100 free at Big Ten's in 52.04, her season-best ... 50 free time of 23.58 was third-best on team for season and fourth-best on Purdue all-time top five list ... totaled 10 top-four finishes overall ... recorded a personal best of 1:09.70 in the 100 breast in prelims at Northwestern Invite.

High School: Four-year varsity letterwinner in both swimming and track ... two-year varsity letterwinner in basketball ... four-event (50 free, 100 free, 200 free relay and 400 free relay) state qualifier as a senior ... Wisconsin state champion in 100 free as a junior ... recorded and broke her own Lincoln High School pool and team records all four years ... first-team All-American as a senior ... all-conference and all-sectional selection as a junior ... honorable mention All-American as a junior ... received the 2001 LHS Achievement Award, Gwen Cobleigh Award, 2001 WIAA Scholar-Athlete Award, and the Women's Sports Advocates of Wisconsin Award.

Personal: Born May 24, 1982 ... given name is Tracy Lynn Duchac ... parents are Lee David and Bonnie Duchac ... has an older brother, Bradley, and a younger sister, Jacquelyn ... majoring in health promotion with a minor in organizational leadership and supervision.