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.
Chung wins four individual events in open meet
The Aggies finished sixth as a team with a total of 276 points at the tenth-annual Mizzou Invite.
Four-year varsity letter winner and member of school’s honor roll (2013-2017)… Recipient of Most Valuable Varsity Girl Swimmer award in 2014 and 2015… CIF LA City Section Champion in the 200 IM (2014)… Three-time CIF LA City Section second-place finisher in the 200 IM (2015-2017)… Four-time CIF LA City Section Champion in the 100 breast (2014-2017)… Finished 22nd overall in the 200 IM and 26th in the 100 breaststroke at the 2015 CIF State Championships… 2016 Coaches Award recipient… Captain of the varsity girls swim team in 2017…Recipient of the Todd Swanson Award (2017)…School record holder in the 100 breast and 200 IM (2017).
Born in Santa Monica, Calif… Parents are Elizabeth and Brian… Has one sibling, Quincy… Her father, Brian, swam for UC Davis, and her mother, Elizabeth, swam for CSU Northridge… Competed for the CCAT Swimming Club (2015-2017)… SoCal Swimming Junior Olympics qualifier… CA/NV Section qualifier… USA Swimming Futures Championships qualifier…Lists surfing and playing the guitar as her favorite hobbies.