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.
The Aggies finished fifth in the 200 medley relay and sixth in the 800 free relay.
UC Davis has won four of the seven MPSF swimming and diving titles in the league's history.
FOOTHILL HS '16
Swept the sprint freestyle events as a freshman at the CIF Northern Section Masters meet, posting a time of 24.14 in the 50 and 52.18 in the 100 free… Broke records in both of those same events at the 2014 Masters meet as a sophomore, and was named the section's Female Swimmer of the Year… CIF Northern Section Swimmer of the Year in 2014-15, posting season-best times in the 50 (23.63) and 100 (50.97) free… Posted a season-best time of 1:52.12 in the 200 free in 2013-14.
Parents are James and Leslie… Both parents are UC Davis graduates… Has an older sibling, Taylor… Lists qualifying for Junior National's as her proudest personal accomplishment… Favorite movie is "The Lion King"… If she could play any other sport at UC Davis, it would be water polo… Top three things on her bucket list are to visit Iceland, see a Broadway play, and qualify for the U.S. Olympic Trials… Title of her autobiography would be, "Laughing at Inappropriate Times."
SELECTED TOP TIMES
|50 Free||23.49||11/18/16||at Phill Hansel Invitational|
|100 Free||50.98||2/18/17||at MPSF Championships|
|200 Free||1:51.23||2/17/17||at MPSF Championships|
|100 Back||58.84||11/19/16||at Phill Hansel Invitational|
||2:08.31||11/18/16||at Phill Hansel Invitational|