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.
The Aggies finished fifth in the 200 medley relay and sixth in the 800 free relay.
Four-year varsity letter winner… Awarded All-League accolades (2015-2017)… Earned NISCA All-American accolades for the 100 breaststroke, 200 free relay, and 200 medley relay in 2016, and 200 medley relay in 2017… Three-time CIF State Championships qualifier (2015-2017).
Born in Davis, Calif… Parents are Ginger and Jeffrey… Has one sibling, Makena… Competed for the UCD Aquatics Club… Winter Junior Nationals qualifier… Named Scholastic All-American in 2015 and 2016… Lists painting as one of her favorite hobbies.
SELECTED TOP TIMES
|50 Free||24.51||11/16/17||at Mizzou Invite|
||54.18||11/18/17||at Mizzou Invite|
|100 Fly||59.60||1/20/18||vs. San Jose State|
|100 Back||58.10||10/29/17||at LMU|
|100 Breast||1:04.28||11/17/17||at Mizzou Invite|
|200 Breast||2:18.87||2/17/18||at MPSF Championships|
|100 IM||59.17||1/6/18||Aggie Open|
|200 IM||2:04.46||2/15/18||at MPSF Championships|