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Joseph Cavanaugh

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Joseph Cavanaugh
DiRado in Santa Clara, California in 2016
Personal information
Full nameJoseph Peter Cavanaugh
Nickname(s)Joe, JP, Jonk
Born (1998-08-02) August 2, 1998 (age 25)
Staten Island, New York, U.S.
Height5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
Weight175 lb (79 kg)
StrokesFreestyle, butterfly, medley
College teamUniversity of Scranton
CoachMark Yankovich

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Joseph Peter Cavanaugh (born August 2, 1998) is a college student at the University of Scranton in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He is a junior, Computer Science major, as well as a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III athlete. Also known by his nicknames Jonk and JP, from his time at the Scranton.

Early Life[edit]

Cavanaugh was born in Staten Island Borough of New York City, the youngest of four children. He went to catholic school at Saint Peters High School in Staten Island, NY. During his middle and high school years, he swam club swimming before deciding to join a collegiate team. He received his high school diploma in May 2016.

Collegiate Life[edit]

Cavanaugh began his college career at the University of Scranton in August of 2016. Upon deciding on the University of Scranton he quickly announced his major as Computer Science. He also took courses in social justice and literature, calculus, and latin literature and mythology. While at the U, he quickly became apart of the varsity swimming team. His expected graduation is set for May of 2020.

Collegiate Swimming Career[1][edit]

Sophomore Season (2017-18)

  • Competed in 11 meets during the season and swam in three individual events at the Landmark Conference Championships
  • At the Landmark Conference Championships, finished 13th in both the 1650 freestyle and in the 400 IM while placing 16th in the 200 butterfly
  • Placed second in the 100 butterfly against Cabrini and FDU Florham on October 14
  • Also Finished second in the 400 IM against Elizabethtown on January 13

Freshman Season (2016-17)

  • Swam in the finals of the 400-IM at the 2017 Landmark Conference Championships, finishing in seventh overall in 4:33.45
  • Also took part in the 1650-freestyle, and 200-butterfly at the Landmark Championships, as well; finished 12th in the 200-fly (2:07.23) and 13th in the 1650-free (18:29.34)
  • Swam in all nine dual meets throughout the regular season in his first year in the program
  • Registered four runner-up finishes in individual events throughout the course of the year in long distance freestyle and butterfly

Landmark Conference Championship Finishes


  • 1650 freestyle (13th, 18:40.45)
  • 400 IM (13th, 4:35.25)
  • 200 butterfly (16th, 2:10.62)


  • 400 IM (7th, 4:33.45)
  • 1650 freestyle (13th, 18:29.34)
  • 200 butterfly (12th, 2:07.23)


Currently applying for internships in the computer science area.


Throughout the course of his childhood life, Cavanaugh took an interest in gaming. He has used all major consoles and played all genres but has come to dislike shooters. His top five games include Persona 5, Fire Emblem Awakening, Monster Hunter World, SID Miers Civilization 5, and Final Fantasy 15.


Recently he has taken an interest in animé watching shows such as Avatar. He is in the process of watching all the episodes that have been aired.


  1. "Joseph Cavanaugh". Scranton Athletics | The University of Scranton. Retrieved 2019-01-21.

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