|High School:||San Ramon Valley|
Schirmer utilized his redshirt option during the 2012-13 season.
Returning in fine form for his junior season, Schirmer continued to excel in the sprint freestyle events. He opened the season helping the Tigers to a pair of second-place finishes in the 200 Medley Relay and 400 Free Relay at the Pacific Invitational on Oct. 4. Schirmer had his best showing of the year at the Quad Meet on Nov. 4-5, taking second in the 100 Free (47.70) and third in the 50 Free (21.63).
Already one of Pacific's top sprint freestylers, Schirmer solidified himself as one of the MPSF's top swimmers in his second season as a Tiger. He collected three top-five finishes at the 2011 MPSF Championships, taking third in the 100 Breast (56.03), fourth in the 100 Free (45.31) and fifth in the 50 Free (20.51). He also swam the anchor leg of the Tigers' 400 Free Relay squad that earned an NCAA B-Cut time with a mark of 3:01.39. Schirmer was dominant throughout the regular season, as well, racking up 19 top-three finishes including wins in the 50 Free against CSU Bakersfield on Oct. 30 and at the Quad Meet on Nov. 6.
Schirmer rounded out the top-20 in the 200 Free during the Pacific Invitational with a time of 1:52.16. At the end of the season Schirmer set career best times in the 50 Free (21.16) and the 100 Free (46.72) during the conference championships. His time of 21.16 in the 50 Free was the second fastest time for the men's team during the season.
Kevin graduated from San Ramon Valley High School in Danville, Calif., where he was a two-sport athlete in water polo and swimming. Schirmer earned four letters in swimming and two letters in water polo. He earned Second Team All-East Bay Athletic League honors in 2008 in water polo. In 2008 and 2009 Kevin earned All-America honors in swimming.
Kevin Schirmer was born in San Ramon, Calif., and is the son of Keith and Zoe Schirmer. He has one older sister, Melissa. In his free time he enjoys surfing. Entering his second year at Pacific, Kevin is studying engineering.