Bloomsburg University Men's Swimming Hall of Fame Members
Dave Gibas '74-Inducted 1997
Gibas was Bloomsburg's first All-American swimmer. He was undefeated in dual-meet competition, while winning PSAC titles in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle. Gibas was the NAIA national champion in the 50-yard event in 1971 and held multiple individual and relay team, pool and PSAC records at Bloomsburg.
Stuart Marvin '78-Inducted 1990
Marvin was an 11-time All-American performer in swimming, in addition to winning several Pennsylvania Conference titles. He became the university's first triple All-American award winner in 1975 and equaled that effort in 1977. A year later, Marvin finished among the top performers in five races to gain All-American recognition in each race, which was the first time the feat had been accomplished by an NCAA Division II performer. Marvin holds five university swimming records and several individual records and is a four-time U.S. Masters Swimming All-American.
Wayne Richards '79-Inducted 2000
Richards was the first male swimmer to gain NCAA All-American honors in each of his four years of competition. He was named NCAA All-American six times in three different events. As a freshman he captured the PSAC crown in the 100 Butterfly and ended his career with top six finishes in both the 100- and 200-yard butterfly in each of his four years. He served as team captain in 1979 and stayed on at the school to serve as a graduate assistant coach in 1980. Throughout his career, Wayne broke numerous team records in both butterfly events, the 200 IM and as a member of the 400 Medley, 400 and 800 Freestyle Relay teams. Wayne currently holds team records in the 200 Butterfly and 400 Freestyle Relay, marks that are now more than 20 years old.
Keith Torok '79--Inducted 2008
Torok was a three-time All-American for the Huskies in men's swimming. He earned All-American honors in the 200 free in 1977 and was part of the 400-free relay team that earned All-American in 1975 and 1978. He was an NCAA-qualifier all four years in a total of 11 events. Torok was also a three-time PSAC runner-up in both the 200 free and the 400-relay and had a total of 15 top-six finishes in his career. He set Bloomsburg records in six individual events and three relay events, one of which stood for 28 years before being surpassed in 2006.