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Under Seven
Raj Arasu set the John Carroll indoor track record in the 55-meter dash in 2009, clocking in at 6.54
Master Thief
Katie Benjamin set the women's basketball season steal record in the 2001-2002 season with 87.
Not Even Tired
Jason Barnett holds the Blue Streak's record for wrestling 47 matches in a single season. While Mark Hawald has the career record of wrestling 153 matches.
Grzybowski at the Net
Beth Grzybowski leads women's volleyball with most kills in three sets at 24.
Running Free
In 1983,  Steve Brown held school records in four of the six freestyle swimming events. He set three of those records in the same season.
Volleyball Entering the Hall of Fame
The 1993 women's volleyball team was the first women's team sport to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. The team went undefeated in conference regular season and won the program's first OAC tournament title. 
Kit O'Shaughnessy Freshman of the Year
Kit O'Shaughnessy became JCU's first-ever, OAC Volleyball Freshman of the Year in 2013.
Wrestling Monster
Chris Connelly was a three-time national qualifier in wrestling at JCU. He won individual  OAC championships in 1992 and 1994, and also earned All - American status in 1993 and 1994.
Hall of Fame MVP
Luke Baum, a track and field Hall of Fame inductee, from 1983-1986 was a two-time national qualifier, two-time PAC MVP, he also won three PAC titles, one in long jump and two in triple jump.
Spahar's Stellar Career
From 2010-14, Missy Spahar set school records for ponts (1,901 pts), rebounds (912), and field goals (724).  She also captured the single-season scoring record with 680 points in the 2013-14 season.
A Team To Remember
JCU's 1974-75 wrestling team was the first team to be inducted into the JCU Athletic Hall of Fame.
Start of A Legacy
Leo Miller, a John Carroll Hall of Fame inductee, became JCU's first-ever track and field national champion in 1987, placing first in the high jump.
First NCAA Tournament Victory
The 1993 women's volleyball win against Guilford College in the first round of tournament play marked the first NCAA tournament victory in school history.
And Celebration Begins
JCU women's basketball recorded their first ever win on Febrauary 8, 1972 against Baldwin Wallace, 25-16
16 feet
 In 1998, Matt Lemieux set the University's indoor pole vault record of 16'0". The same year he set the outdoor record of 16'8.75".
K Machine
Brittany Danilov finished the 2011 season with 191 strikeouts, topping the all-time JCU softball strikeout list. Then, in the following season, beat her own record with 208 K's.
Undefeated Legend
Rich Eslich is the only national champion in JCU wrestling history to go undefeated in his national championship run.
Cindy Shumaker was the winner of the Cleveland Cavaliers' Rebounders Club Award as Northeast Ohio's top collegiate women's basketball player in 1993, leading her team to the first 20 win season that year. 
First NCAA Appearance
In 2014, the JCU women's basketball team won their first-ever NCAA Tournament game by defeating Texas Lutheran, 74-62.
Base Crook
Audrey Warnock finished her softball career at JCU perfect in stolen bases. She went 32-32 in the 1987-88 season.
Mackenzie at the Plate
In 2013, Mackenzie Griffin set JCU softball records for batting average (.548), hits (68), and doubles (20) .
First Win Ever for Volleyball
Women's volleyball brought home their first win ever on September 30, 1980 against Oberlin. The final score was 2-0.
Taking Them By Storm
In the 2001-2002 season, swimmer Carrie Scherger helped to set a total of seven school records, including three in individual events and four others in team relays.
Giant Killers
Throughout the years, JCU wrestling has defeated Notre Dame, Stanford, Cleveland State, Ohio State, Marquette, Kent State, Georgia Tech, Bowling Green and Central Florida.
Two Sport Hall of Famer
Thea Consler, inducted in to the Hall of Fame for both soccer, and track and field, was the first woman in JCU history to win All-American honors in track and field. She was a four-time All-American and four-time national qualifier in long jump, she was the MVP of the OAC four times and was also the MVP in soccer in 1996 when she won the Clyde A. Lamb award for most outstanding athlete in the OAC.
Big Hops
Mike Minjock, a former All-American Track and Field athlete, holds the school record in the indoor long jump (23'10.25"), outdoor long jump (24'11.75"), stadium long jump (22'11.25"), as well as indoor triple jump (44'9.5") for John Carroll.
First to win 100 matches
Tom Bennett became the first wrestler to ever win 100 matches at John Carroll, finishing his career with 111 victories and becoming a three-time All-American and a two-time PAC champion.
Mitolo Shoots His Way To Stardom
In 2014, Rocky Mitolo became JCU's first-ever shot put All-American after placing seventh in the nation at the Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
A Legendary Coach
Tony DeCarlo, John Carroll's head wrestling coach from 1964 - 1987, led the Blue Streaks to their first NCAA Division III National Championship.
Academic All-American
In 2013, catcher MacKenzie Griffin was the Division III, Capital One Academic All-America® award winner for softball.
Baseball's first OAC Championship
In 2014, the baseball team captured its first-ever OAC title with a  6-3 win over their cross-town rival, Baldwin Wallace.
Breaking New Ground
Between 2000-01, the JCU Men's Swimming & Diving team broke seven school records, including five individual and two team relay records.
Cyril Pinchak holds the school's all-time indoor track & field record for the mile and 3000m run. Pinchak also received All-American honors during his career as a Blue Streak.
Perfect Attendance
In addition to earning NCAA Division III All-American honors and two OAC championships in '98 and '99, wrestler Jim Ayers never missed a dual meet as a Blue Streak.
From a Basket to a Bat
Women's basketball Hall of Famer, Audrey Warnock, was a four-time All-Presdients' Athletic Conference honoree and a three-time PAC Softball Player of the Year. 
Scoring Spahar
Melissa Spahar holds the women's basketball record for most points in one season at 680 in 27 games.
Most Decorated
Jim Petkunas, the most decorated swimmer in JCU history, won All-OAC honors 27 times, was a 25-time OAC champion, nine of those were individual, he also won 16 OAC championships in the relay.
Making History
Stephanie Turner became JCU's first woman in school history to win a national title when she brought home the gold for the 3 meter dive in the 1999-2000 season.
Three-point Machine
Emilee Ritchie leads women's basketball in most three-point field goals made with eight against Mount Union on December 8, 2010.
Dominating the OAC
Hall of Fame standout, Matt Lemieux, won the national championship in pole vault in 1998, during his illustrious career, Lemieux was a three-time All-American, a four-time national qualifier, an eight-time All-OAC performer, and a three-time OAC champion.