Emily Medved
Emily  Medved


Alameda, Calif.

High School:
Alameda HS '05


Sprint Free/Back


2007-08: Made consolation finals in 100 free (13th) and 100 fly (14th) at Big West Championships, earning 7 points... Time of 52.85 in 100 free final ranks 8th in school history... Also anchored 200 free relay (7th), 400 free relay (4th) and 400 medley relay (7th) at conference.

2006-07: Earned second swims in three events at Big West Conference Championships... Finished 15th in both 50 free (24.25 prelim) and 100 back (1:01.18), 11th in 200 back (2:11.19)... Also member of 200 free relay (5th) and 200 medley relay (4th).

2005-06: Scored 19.0 points at Big West Conference Championships... Advanced to 200 back final, placing 6th at 2:07.62... Posted 2:07.62 in prelim, 6th all-time at UC Davis... Also placed 11th in 100 back, touching in 57.74 in consols, 3rd in school history... Swam third leg of 200 free relay (4th) at conference meet... Moved into 10th in school's 50 free list, hitting 24.44 in double dual with Pacific and Cal Poly.

ALAMEDA HS '05: Starred in both swimming and water polo, earning school's Oustanding Senior Athlete and Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete awards in 2005... Earned All-Alameda-Contra Costa Athletic League and advanced to North Coast Section finals all four years... Set school records in 100 fly (58.42), 100 back (59.07) and 100 free (53.13)... Selected for NISCA All-America Consideration every year... Also captured All-ACCAL honorable mention in water polo... Swam for Alameda Island Aquatics, earning numerous Outstanding Swimmer and meet high-point awards... Garnered Pacific Swimming and Western Zone All-Star distinction... Senior Sectional and Junior National finalist... Won City of Alameda's Sally Gallagher Memorial Award (for varsity) and Frank Weeden Memorial Award (for age-group).

PERSONAL: Born in Oakland, Calif.... Has not declared a major... Parents are Paul & Cecily Medved, both of whom attended UC Davis... Career highlights were swimming at the Santa Clara International Meet and the Janet Evans Invitational as a club swimmer... Avid horseback rider, who chose UC Davis in part because of its strong equestrian facility.