Bloomsburg University Women's Swimming Hall of Fame Members
Stephanie Humphries Campbell '95--Inducted 2009
A four-year letter winner in women's swimming, Humphries Campbell was a five-time individual All-American and a three-time All-American in relays. She was also a five-time PSAC champion, including winning three consecutive 200-butterfly titles. Humphries also finished as a PSAC runner-up five times. She capped off her career by being named the top senior female athlete for 1994-95. She still holds the school record for her time in the 100 yard butterfly at 57.24 seconds.
As a sophomore, Humphries Campbell won two individual PSAC championships and one relay title. At the NCAA championships she earned the first two of her five All-American awards taking second in the 200 butterfly and third in the 100-butterfly at the NCAA championships. In her junior season, Humphries repeated as the PSAC champion in the 200-fly and was second in the event at NCAA's and was sixth in the 100-fly. As a senior, Humphries three-peated as the 200-fly champion at the PSAC championships and for the third straight year was second in the event at the NCAA championships.
After graduation, Humphries Campbell taught third grade for six years (1996-2002) and coached the men and women's high school swim team for three years for the Stroudsburg Area School District. Married to Brian Campbell, she is the mother of two children, Cailin and Kara, and coaches both youth soccer and softball. From 2003 to 2006 she was director and head teacher at the Hemlock Grove Preschool before returning to public school teaching in 2006.
Kelly (Knaus) Klamut '86 Inducted-2004
Klamut was a four-year standout swimmer of the Huskies. She earned individual All-American honors in both 1985 and 1986 in the 400 Individual Medley (IM) and was also an All-American as part of two relay teams in 1983. She also earned honorable mention All-American honors 12 other times during her career. Klamut also was a three-time PSAC champion winning the 400 IM in both 1985 and the 200 backstroke in 1986. She also received the Joanne McComb Award/Outstanding Underclassman Female Athlete in the 1984-85 season. At the time of her graduation, she held school records in the 400 IM and was also part of three record holding relay teams.
Gwen Petersohn '85-Inducted 1997
Upon graduation, Petersohn held seven individual and four relay records. Her lone remaining record is the 200-yard individual medley time of 2:08.56, which she set in winning a national championship her senior year. Petersohn also owns four national titles as a member of relay units as a freshman and was an NCAA finalist in three individual events.
She earned All-American honors seven times. In her career, Petersohn won three PSAC titles.
Beth Roeder-Zimmerman '88-Indcuted 2002
Beth Roeder-Zimmerman, known as Beth Roeder during her career with the Huskies, was a seven-time All-American for the women's swimming team at Bloomsburg. She earned four All-American honors in individual events and three as a member of a relay team. She also earned five honorable mention All-American awards at the NCAA championships. Roeder's highest individual finish at the NCAA championships was second in the 200 fly in 1988 in a school-record time of 2:04.40, a mark that still stands today. She also finished fourth as a junior in 1987 in the 100 fly in 58.18 seconds.
At the PSAC championships, Roeder took home three individual titles and one relay championship in her career and helped the Huskies to four, second-place finishes at the PSAC championships. At the time of her graduation Roeder held two individual records (100 and 200 fly) and was part of the record-holding 400-medley relay team.
Cathy Sheridan '84-Inducted 1995
Sheridan was a three-time All-American swimmer from 1981-83 for the Huskies and was a member of two national championship relay teams in 1982. She won the school's first-ever PSAC title in the 200-yard breaststroke and established or helped establish eight individual and relay records. During her association with the team, the Huskies combined for a 34-6 record. The team was PSAC runners-up all four years she was a member and the AIAW Division III national runners-up in 1981-82.
Linda Smith '81-Inducted 1992
Smith holds more All-American honors than any swimmer at Bloomsburg, earning 15 All-American honors. She was also a member of three national champion relay units and was a three-time PSAC champion in freestyle. Smith held multiple individual Bloomsburg records and was a member of four of the five school record-holding relay teams.
Kim Youndt Evans '90-Inducted 2006
Youndt earned four NCAA All-American awards (1990) in Backstroke and Medley Relay events and six NCAA All-American Honorable Mention awards (1987-1989) in Backstroke, Butterfly and Medley Relay events. Youndt also swam Backstroke to 5 PSAC titles in her four years at Bloomsburg. Youndt is a member of the record holding 400 Medley Relay team and also set the 100 Backstroke record at Nationals her senior year. She was recipient of the scholar-athlete award, was a team captain and was named 1990 Bloomsburg Senior Women's Athlete of the Year.