Evan Kraus
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Irvine, Calif.

High School:
Woodbridge HS '05

Height:
6-0

Event:
Sprint Free

Major:
Nature & Culture

2007-08: Advanced to 50 free final (7th) plus consols in 100 fly (14th) and 100 free (15th) at Big West Conference Championships... Tallied 17.0 team points... Mark of 20.64 in 50 free prelim ranks 2nd in UC Davis history... Led off 2nd-place 200 free relay, which set school record of 1:22.49... Anchored 200 medley relay for 4th place and another school record (1:31.01)... Also anchored 4th-place 400 medley relay.

2006-07: Accounted for 30.0 points at Big West Conference Championships, not counting contributions to school record-setting 400 free relay (3rd), 200 free relay (3rd) and 800 free relay (2nd)... Reached 100 free final, placing 5th (45.62)... Won 50 free consols at 20.71, 3rd in school history... Also placed 10th in 200 free at 1:40.92, 6th in Aggie record book... Hit 100 free relay split of 45.54 at conference, moving him into 5th all-time at UC Davis.

2005-06: Scored 28.0 points at Big West Conference, plus joined four top-five relay squads... Placed 4th in 100 free, 10th in 200 free, 11th in 50 free... Went 1:41.11 in 200 free consols, 8th in program history... Led off 200 free relay (4th) and 400 free relay (3rd)... Split of 46.11 to start 400 free relay missed Aggies' all-time top 10 list by .01... Anchored 200 medley relay (5th) at Big West meet.

WOODBRIDGE HS '05: Earned first-team All-Seaview League honors and named to three All-America teams as a senior... Twice selected as team MVP and team captain... Set two league records and one school record... Chosen as school's Scholar-Athlete of the Year... Three-year letterwinner and team captain in water polo... Also competed for Irvine Novaquatics for eight years, making both Jr. National and National teams.

PERSONAL: Born in Orange County... Has not declared a major... Parents are Hans & Laurie Kraus... Proudest personal accomplishment was becoming a three-time All-American as a prep... Sports hero is Irvine Novaquatics alumnus Jason Lezak.