Lorraine Hack
Lorraine  Hack


Olympia, Wash.

High School:


Five Named to US Senior National Training Squad

The five Buckeyes are in a select group that will compete for a spot in the 2020 Olympic Games


Ohio State Announces 2016 Huntington Bucks Go Pro Class

Thirty-seven student-athletes will be interning this summer


Buckeyes Earn Second Place at U.S. Collegiate Championships

Maryanko wins Individual High Point; Six Buckeyes earn All-American laurels


Buckeyes Win Gold, Advance Teams to Finals at U.S. Collegiate Championships

Baranski and J. Gaylard capture Figures A and B titles


Buckeyes Open U.S. Collegiate Championships

Buckeyes advance to solo, duet and trio finals Saturday

2015 Sophomore Season Highlights

  • Had a great sophomore season
  • Earned US All American Honors for the second-straight season 
  • On OSU’s team that won the US Collegiate Championships
  • Winner of an academic award from USA Synchro for the second-straight year
  • Named Academic All-Big Ten, was an OSU Scholar-Athlete and a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar after a perfect 4.0 GPA
  • Finished first in the duet and trio at the OSU Invitational, scoring an 83.5667 with Alyssa Hoying in the duet and an 83.5000 in the trio with Hoying and Monica Velasquez-Stiak
  • Had a first place showing with Hoying in the duet at the Jessica Beck Memorial and was also part of the Scarlet team that won the team competition
  • Took first both days in the duet, trio and team competitions against Arizona
  • Posted a solid 84.9333 with Hoying to finish second in the duet at the North Regional Championship and then helped the Scarlet team to the North Regional title
  • Teamed with Hoying to score a season-best 85.8333 in the duet en route to a second place finish at the US Collegiate Championships
  • Also took second with a season-best performance of 86.0333 in the trio with Hoying and Valesquez-Stiak at the US Collegiate Championship
  • Helped the Scarlet team remain perfect on the year with a national title clinching performance at the US Collegiate Championship, finishing with a season-best score of 87.7667

2014 Freshman Season Highlights

  • On OSU's team that placed 2ndat the US Collegiate Championships
  • Earned US All American Honors at US Collegiate Championships
  • Awarded All Collegiate laurels at US Collegiate Competition
  • Earned a third place finish in duet competition (Hack) at the U.S. Senior National Championships (164.1038)
  • On the team that won the U.S. Senior National Championships
  • U.S. Collegiate Academic All-American
  • Most improved swimmer award
  • Earned second place in duet competition (Baranski) at the Ohio State Invitational (83.9)
  • Finished first place in duet competition (Baranski) at the Jessica Beck Memorial Meet (84.2667)
  • Member of the Scarlet team that placed first at the Jessica Beck Memorial Meet (88.19), Incarnate Word (85.1) and U.S. Senior National Championships (85.000)
  • Placed second in duet competition (Maryanko) at Incarnate Word and US Collegiate Competition (86.9000)
  • Captured a second place finish in trio competition (Davidson, Maryanko) at US Collegiate Competition (88.0500)
  • Member of Scarlet team that tied for second at US Collegiate Championships (88.5000)

Prior to Ohio State

  • Member of Olympic Synchro and Seattle Synchro
  • Competed with Junior National Team at 2012 Junior Worlds Competition in Greece in team and duet
  • Performed in team and combo competition at 2010 Pan American Games in Peru


  • Daughter of Karl and Sachico Miyagi-Hack; has one sibling, Vaughn
  • Four-year swimming letterwinner and 2013 Washington 2A swimming State Champion for 400 and 700 free relay
  • Notched second in 100 Fly and fourth in 200 IM in 2013 state championship meet
  • Three-time state finalist for 200 IM, 100 Fly, 400 free relay and 200 free relay (2009-11)
  • After graduation, wants to be a nurse or continue swimming
  • Greatest sports thrill was swimming during team finals at Junior Worlds
  • Health and Sciences Scholars
  • Earned Science and Math Award from high school