Lary Schulhof

Muncie Burris High School, 1956 – 60

Schulhof__LaryLary Schulhof, of Muncie Burris High School, earned three state championship titles and three state meet records in the 100-yard butterfly from 1957-58 until 1959-60.  He was the first man to win a state championship in that event and set a national record in 1960. Lary went on to swim at Indiana University, where he was a four-year letterman and captain his junior and senior years. In 1962, he set the world record for the 110-yard butterfly. In 1963, his 4 X 100-yard medley relay team established Nation and World records, and in 1964 Lary was a part of the 4 X 100-yard freestyle relay that a set a World and Olympic record. Lary was a member of the 1964 U.S. Olympic team that competed in Tokyo, Japan. Among his other accomplishments, he set a U.S. National record in the 200-yard butterfly in 1962. Lary is a neurosurgeon living in North Carolina with his wife Janice and they are the proud parents of two children and three grandchildren.