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Base Crook
Audrey Warnock finished her softball career at JCU perfect in stolen bases, going 13-13 in 1987 and 19-19 in 1988
Wrestling Monster
Wrestler Chris Connelly was a three time national qualifier over the course of his career at JCU.  Connelly won individual  OAC championships in 1992 and 1994.  Connelly also earned All - American status both in 1993 and 1994.
Undefeated Legend
Rich Eslich stands alone in John Carroll as the only national champion in wrestling history to win his title by going undefeated for an entire season.  A two - time All - American and OAC champion.
Making History
In the 1999-2000 season, swimmer Stephanie Turner took first place in the 3-meter dive at the Women's Swimming and Diving Championships. She became John Carroll's first national champion diver and the first woman in school history to win a national championship.
Mackenzie at the Plate
Mackenzie Griffen had an outstanding year at the plate in 2013 for JCU softball,setting program records for batting average (.548), most hits (68), and most doubles (20).
Perfect Attendance
JCU wrestler in 1999 Jim Ayers never missed a dual meet in his whole career! This included NCAA Division III All-American honors in 1998 and 1999 as well as two conference championships.
Big Hops
Mike Minjock an All-American Track and Field athlete has the school record in the long jump as well as the triple jump for John Carroll.
Giant Killers
JCU Wrestling has defeated in its history Notre Dame, Stanford, Cleveland State, Ohio State, Marquette, Kent State, Georgia Tech, Bowling Green and Central Florida. 
Oldest record
 Leo Miller's 6'11" high jump in Track and Field  record from 1987 is the oldest record for the sport.
Take 3
Audrey Warnock and Holly Koba both had six triples in 1986 for the Blue Streaks women's softball team. 
Under Seven
Raj Arasu set the John Carroll  indoor track record in the 55-meter dash in 2009, clocking in at 6.54
The Fab Five
Joe Schmidt, Mark Hawald, Tom Bennett, Justin Kerr and Mike Collica all hold an all-time wrestling victory record of 100 or more wins!
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.
Always Winning
Jim Weir holds the John Carroll wrestling record for the highest winning percentage in a career at .904
16 feet
 In 1998 Matt Lemieux set the  pole vault record of 16'0". The record has now been standing for 16 years
Free Pass
Jamie Smrdel is listed first, second, and third in JCU softball history for most walks in a season, earning 29 in '07, 28 in '08, and 35 in '09
100 Wins Wasn't Enough
Tom Bennett became the first wrestler to ever win 100 matches at John Carroll.  Bennett finished his career with 111 victories.  He was a three-time All-American and was a two - time PAC champion.
K Machine
Brittany Danilov finished the 2011 season 191 strikeouts, topping the all-time JCU softball strikeout list, then bested her own record with 208 K in 2012
Pinning Machine
Mike Markovic holds the career record for most pins in John Carroll wrestling  history, totalling 41 pins!
Breaking New Ground
Between 2000-2001, the Men's Swimming & Diving team broke seven school records, including five individual and two team relay records.
Biro
Erc Biro has the school record in the 200m, 400m, and 500m for Track and Field at John Carroll. Biro also received  multiple All-American Honors, currently Biro is on the coaching staff for the John Carroll track and field team.
Pinchak
Cyril Pinchak broke the school record in the mile, 3000m, and 5000m all in 2006 for the John Carroll Track and Field squad. Pinchak also recieved All-American honors during his career as a Blue Streak. 
A Legendary Coach
John Carroll's head wrestling coach from 1964 - 1987 Tony DeCarlo, was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1977. DeCarlo coached JCU to 21 consecutive PAC and 13 NCIT championships. In 1975, he led the Blue Streaks to the school's first and only NCAA Division III National Championship.
A Team To Remember
The JCU 1974-75 wrestling team was the first team to be inducted into the JCU Athletic Hall of Fame, with the first team national title.  The Blue Streaks captured this title thanks to four national champions : Mark Hawald, Charles Becks, Brad Bowman and Joe Bertolone.
Double Whammy
Bridget Hough hit 19 doubles in 2000, and 15 in 2001, ranking her second and third for most doubles in a season in JCU softball history
Hits Eleven Dingers on the Season
In the 1998 Blue Streaks' Baseball season, Jim Wideikis hit 11 home runs.
Kit O'Shaughnessy Freshman of the Year
Kit O'Shaughnessy became JCU's first-ever OAC Volleyball Freshman of the Year in 2013.
The Dynamic Duo
Wrestlers Joe Schmidt and Mark Hawald hold the John Carroll wrestling record for most victories in a career totalling at 122 wins!
Not Even Tired
Jason Barnett wrestled 47 matches in a single season for the Blue Streaks, which is the record for the most matches in John Carroll history. While Mark Hawald has the career record of 153 matches!
Running Free
In 1983, John Carroll swimmer Steve Brown held school records in four of the six freestyle events. He set three of those records in the same season.