The Mundt name has been synonymous with Portage swimming since 1977, when Ralph Mundt became the boys head coach.
For the first time in 40 years, the family has no ties to the program as boys coach Eric Mundt and girls coach Greg Mundt have both resigned.
"We've had a great time coaching. We've enjoyed it a lot," Eric Mundt said. "We decided it was time we need to step down and we'll leave it at that."
The openings have been posted on the school district web site. Eric, Greg and Nathan Mundt all swam for their dad at Portage with Eric, a 2005 graduate, and Greg, a 2000 grad, returning to the school as coaches after college. Eric was an assistant for his brother for one year before becoming boys head coach. Both teach social studies at the high school.
In an email, Portage Athletic Director Kelly Bermes said the Mundts "will be greatly missed."
Wheeler 25-25-25, River Forest 15-13-13: The Bearcats got 15 kills from Allyson Stills and nine more from Hallie Rittel to pick up the Greater South Shore Conference win. Ellie Bravo had 22 assists.
Andrean 25-25-25, Highland 10-11-2: The 59ers picked up the Northwest Crossroads Conference win as Jenna Dal Santo had 15 kills. Serena Wagner had eight kills and 30 assists, while Christina Dal Santo had 27 digs.
Hanover Central 25-25-25, Griffith 9-9-14: The Wildcats (18-2, 4-0) picked up the GSSC win as Sarah Spangler had 10 kills and six aces and Peyton Frost had 10 kills and eight aces.
Michigan City 25-25-23-25, Portage 17-22-25-15: The Wolves (16-1) got the Dunleand Athletic Conference win as Kylie Filipiak had 15 kills.
T.F. South 25-25, Hillcrest 9-7: The Rebels (7-5) got 15 assists and 12 aces from Melba Smith and Gabi Kiela had five kills.
Chesterton 5, LaPorte 0: Matt Jewison won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 1 singles, helping the Trojans (6-3, 6-0) remain unbeaten in the DAC play.
Crown Point 4, Lake Central 1: Leyton Noerenberg won 6-3, 6-7, 6-1 at No. 1 singles to help the Bulldogs defeat the Indians in DAC play.
Valparaiso 4, Merrillville 1: Evan Cecchini won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles to lead the Vikings (9-3) over the Pirates in DAC action.
Covenant Christian 3, Wheeler 1: Daniel VanKley had two goals and an assist for the Knights.
Teammate Cameron Vandermolen added a goal.
Reavis 4, Thornton Fractional 0: Sebastian Montesino had six saves and teammate David Meraz five in the loss.
Highland 5, Lowell 2: The Trojans got two goals each from Jen Sheehan and Hannah Wleklinski in the NCC win.
Lowell's goals came from Kiana Chandler and Savannah Bevineau-Rock.
Illiana Christian 157, Wheaton Academy 165: Medalists on the Palmira front nine for the Vikings (8-2) were Seth Bouwer (37) and Jack Dykema (37).