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Ivy Martin
Ivy Martin

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Madison, Wis.

Height:
5-8

Position:
Sprint Free

Birthdate:
07/29/1993

2012-13: Five-time NCAA All-American and 2013 Madison Sports Hall of Fame Club Sportswoman of the Year ... earned first-team All-Big Ten honors and was twice named Big Ten Swimmer of the Week ... finished sixth at the NCAA championships in the 50-yard freestyle (22.03) ... won the Big Ten title in the 50-yard freestyle (21.86), while also becoming just the second woman in conference history to break the 22-second barrier ... broke the Big Ten and school records in the 50-yard freestyle (21.84) at the Big Ten championships ... led the 200-yard medley relay squad to a ninth-place finish (1:37.26) at the NCAA championships ... anchored the 200-yard freestyle relay team, helping them to a 10th-place finish (1:29.20) at the NCAA championships ... guided both the 400-yard medley and 400-yard freestyle relay teams to 12th-place finishes at the NCAA championships ... earned the 200-yard freestyle relay team a spot on the podium at the Big Ten championships after their third-place finish (1:29.24) ... guided the 400-yard freestyle relay team to a fifth-place finish (3:18.36) at the Big Ten championships.

2011-12: Had a phenomenal freshman season in the freestyle, as well as in multiple relays ... snagged a string of second-place finishes in the 50 free, finishing as the runner-up at the Milwaukee Dual (24.00), Minnesota Dual (23.38), Arizona Dual (23.46), Northwestern Dual (23.27) and Big Ten Quad Duals (23.12) ... gained her only first-place finish in the event of the season at the Arizona State Dual, posting a time of 23.59 .... also in the 50 free, finished 19th at the Texas Invitational (22.86), and posted her best time of the season at the Big Ten Championships, where she took third place (22.60) ... contended in the 100 free, taking sixth at the Minnesota Dual (52.52), third at the Arizona State Dual (52.78), second at the Northwestern Dual (51.38), 28th at the Texas Invitational (50.94), and posting a season-best time of 50.05 in her 17th-place finish at the Big Ten Championships ... was a part of the 200 free relay team that took second at both the Arizona (1:34.34) and Arizona State (1:34.77) Duals, fifth place at the Texas Invitational (1:30.40), first at the Big Ten Quad Duals (1:32.31), and eventually won a Big Ten Championship with a top time of 1:28.46 ... contributed to the 400 free relay's second-place finish at the Minnesota Dual (3:26.25), 13th-place time of 3:23.94 at the Texas Invitational, and season-best, third-place time at the Big Ten Quad Duals (3:22.93) ... a member of the 200 medley relay that took third at the Minnesota Dual (1:46.40), second at the Northwestern Dual (1:44.20), and 11th at the Texas Invitational (1:42.28) ... also raced in the 400 medley relay at the Texas Invitational, capturing 12th place with a time of 3:43.98 ... earned NCAA 'B' qualifying times in three different events; the 50 free, 100 free and 200 free relay

Personal Bests
50 Free: 21.84 (2/21/2013)
100 Free: 49.17 (3/23/2013)
100 Butterfly: 54.82 (2/22/2013)

All-America Awards (1)
2013
50 Free: 6th (22.03)

Honorable Mention All-America Awards (2)
2013 (4)
200 Medley Relay: 9th (1:37.26)
200 Free Relay: 10th (1:29.20)
400 Free Relay: 12th (3:16.55)
400 Medley Relay: 12th (3:33.83)

2012 (2)
200 Free Relay: 10th (1:28.51)
400 Free Relay: 9th (3:15.41)

At the NCAA Championships
2013
50 Free: 6th (22.03)
200 Medley Relay: 9th (1:37.26)
200 Free Relay: 10th (1:29.20)
400 Free Relay: 12th (3:16.55)
400 Medley Relay: 12th (3:33.83)

2012
50 Free: 39th (22.67)
100 Free: 47th (49.80)
200 Free Relay: 10th (1:28.51)
400 Free Relay: 9th (3:15.41)

Honors
2013
Big Ten Champion (50 Free)
First-team All-Big Ten
Madison Sports Hall of Fame Club Sportswoman of the Year
Big Ten Swimmer of the Week (2)

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