Three Aggies advanced to championship finals while thirteen more earned second swims and dives during the third day of competition at the MPSF championships in Southern California.
After day two at the MPSF championships in Southern California, UC Davis currently stands in fifth place as a team, just seven points behind BYU.
UC Davis is set to compete at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Conference Championships on Feb. 14-17 in Southern California.
The UC Davis women's swimming and diving program honored its 11 graduating student-athletes in a senior ceremony on Saturday.
UC Davis returns to action tomorrow (Jan.20) at 12 p.m. hosting San Jose State at Schaal Aquatics Center.
2015-16: Set a season high on the 1-meter board with a score of 200.55 against Loyola Marymount at home on Oct. 31... Also scored a 198.10 against UC Santa Barbara on Jan. 23 and a 152.70 against Fresno State on Jan. 8.
SAINT FRANCIS HS '14
Two-year varsity letter winner for the Troubadours... Finished seventh on the 1-meter at the section finals with a score of 325.95 as a senior... Set a prep career best on the 1-meter with a score of 342.60 in the section finals as a junior, also finishing seventh... Won the team's most improved award as a sophomore, finishing ninth at the section finals on the 1-meter with a score of 276.90.
PERSONAL: Born in Sacramento, Calif... Parents are Scott and Cynthia... Four-year honor roll recipient... Lists her hobbies as diving, photography, 4H, dance, and painting... She shows cows competitively though 4H, including presenting a Reserve Supreme Champion Market Steer... Didn't start diving until her sophomore year of high school after injuries forced her out of gymnastics.
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