UC Davis ranked fifth in the conference with 11 honorees, ahead of San Diego (10) and BYU (7).
A total of 10 UC Davis swimmers and divers earned all-conference accolades as announced by the league on Wednesday.
UC Davis jumped from fifth place to third place during the final day of competition at the 2018 MPSF championships.
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.
2016-17: MOUNTAIN PACIFIC SPORTS FEDERATION ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM... Set a career-best on the 1-meter board with a zone-qualifying score of 278.18 in a double-dual against Nevada and Cal State East Bay -- the fifth-highest score in the event in school history... Posted a season-high score of 239.62 on the 3-meter board to finish fourth in a dual against Pacific... Finished with the second-highest score of the season on the platform with a 195.40 at the MPSF Championships to finish ninth.
2015-16: ALL-MOUNTAIN PACIFIC SPORTS FEDERATION SECOND TEAM on the platform… MPSF ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM… Set a collegiate best on the 1-meter board with a score of 253.95 in a dual against Loyola Marymount on Oct. 31... Also set a collegiate best on the platform with a score of 202.35 at the Bruin Diving Invitational, finishing 15th among the field and becoming only the fourth Aggie diver since 2012 to top 200 points on the platform, while posting the third-highest score in the event in the history of the program... Finished eighth on the platform at the MPSF Championships with a score of 193.70 en route to all-conference honors.
2014-15: Posted the fifth-highest score in school history on the platform, scoring a 182.35 to finish 10th at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships... Finished with a pair of season high's on the 1- and 3-meter boards in a season-opening dual against San Jose State, scoring a 245.85 on the low board and a 256.88 on the high board.
EL CAMINO FUNDAMENTAL HS '14: Four-year letter winner... Three-time team MVP... Scored a 435.60 at the Cal League Championships as a senior... Scored 416.45 at the Section trials and finished with a 385.00 in the finals... All-Capital Athletic League selection in 2013, winning the conference title on the 1-meter (405.00)... Finished ninth on the 1m (308.35), eighth on the 3m (341.25), and fourth on the platform (306.25) at the 2014 Far Western Diving Championships... Qualified for the 2014 USA Diving Summer Junior Zone E Championships, finishing 29th on the platform (301.05) and 38th on the 3-meter (314.00).
PERSONAL: Born in the Ukraine... Parents are Artem and Irina... Has two younger siblings, Anna Maria and Jordan... Lists qualifying for USA Diving Summer Junior Zone E Championships this past year is her career highlight... If she could change one thing about her sport, it would be to take out reverses and add in more twists... Is fluent in two languages.
SELECTED TOP TIMES
|3-Meter||256.88||10/17/14||vs. San Jose State|
|Platform||202.35||1/17/16||Bruin Diving Invitational|