Class includes 13 football student-athletes
The 15 men and 14 women were the most All-Academic honors in recent history.
Junior Herbie Behm swam an NCAA B-standard time in the 50 free.
The men's 200 medley relay swam the fourth-best time in school history, Sunday.
Saturday's dual versus California marks the last home conference meet for 11 seniors.
The ASU student-athletes on the 2012 State Farm Good Neighbor Team
2011-12 (Junior Season)
Stephen survived being struck by a truck on the freeway during his junior year. The truck was totaled, he was not. He used his free time to become backgammon master, and is currently #7 in the world.
Even after the accident, Stephen went on to qualify for the 2012 US Olympic Trials in the 100 breast.
First team Pac-10 All-Academic selection with a 3.79 GPA in mechanical engineering.
Placed in top 16 at PAC-10s in the 100 breast.
Swam the 100 and 200 breast for the Sun Devils.
Top 10 ASU Swam a season-best 56.80 in the 100 breast at the Arena Invitational in Long Beach, Calif.
Also touched in with a season-best in the 200 breast at the Arena Invitational with a time of 2:10.15.
2009-10 (Freshman Season)
Was one of the Sun Devils' top breaststrokers
Clocked in a career-best of 55.52 in the 100 breast at the Pac-10 Championships
Finished in 2:06.62 in the 200 breast
Fastest 50 free of the season was at the Tiger Invitational, 24.72
Qualified for the 2012 US Olympic Trials in the 100 breast
A 2009 graduate of North High School in Phoenix, Ariz.
Captain of the swim team for two years
Swim MVP for two years, All-American for two years, and a four-time state champion (three relays and one individual)
Was a member of the National Honor Society and was also named an Academic All-American
Lists most exciting sports moment as winning state as a senior
Majoring in mechanical and aerospace engineering at ASU
Parents are Ron and Renee Estes of Phoenix, Ariz.
Has three siblings, Hillary (22), Aaron (21), and Nathan (19)
Brother-in-law, Ryan Key, was a swimmer for 4 years in college
Brother Aaron Estes is a member of the ASU Track and Field Team
Born August 20, 1990 in Phoenix, Ariz.
Enjoys playing tennis and video games
Has a twin brother on the ASU track team who throws the shot put, discus, and hammer
Full name is Stephen Louis Estes
|Stephen Estes Top Times|
|100 BR||54.81||2010-11, Pac-10 Championships|
|200 BR||2:04.16||2010-11, Pac-10 Championships|