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.
Named to the Dean’s List during all four semesters… Competed in the 200 fly, 100 fly, and 500 free, posting a 2:02.68, 56.50, and 4:57.94, respectively, during her sophomore season… Member of the Tulane University Honors Program… Recipient of the Tulane University Academic Scholarship… National Society of Collegiate Scholars- Tulane Chapter Inductee.
FRANKLIN HS ’15
Four-year varsity letter winner… Graduated in the top one percent of 2015 class…National Merit Commended Scholar and National Hispanic Merit Scholar in 2014… Earned All-State Academic accolades (2014)… National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholar and College Board AP Scholar in 2015… USA Swimming Scholastic All-America 4.0 Club member in 2013 and 2014… Member of the National Honor Society (2013-2015)… Member of the National Spanish Honor Society (2013-2015)… Secretary of Mu Alpha Theta (international math honor society) in 2014 and 2015… Earned All-District and All-Region accolades (2011-2015) in addition to being an All-State Honorable Mention in 2013, an All-State and All-State Academic honoree in 2014, and an All-American in 2015… Awarded Franklin HS Female Athlete of the Year, El Paso ISD Female Athlete of the Year, and El Paso Times “Female Swimmer of the Year” as a senior in 2015… Finished fifth in the 200 free and ninth in the 500 free at the UIL 6A State Championships as a senior… Set five school records in 2015.
Born in El Paso, Texas… Has two younger siblings, Noelle and Mikaela… Earned All-District, All-Region, All-State, and All-American accolades at Franklin HS in 2015… Competed for the WeTT Swim Club based in El Paso… USA Swimming Junior Nationals qualifier… Record holder in more than 10 events… Member of the USA Swimming Scholastic All-American 4.0 GPA Club… Recipient of the Border Swimming Outstanding 15-18 Female Swimmer Award (2013)… Recipient of the Border Swimming “Outstanding Female Swimmer of 2015” Award and Scholarship… Lists reading, singing, acting, yoga, journaling, puzzling, and playing ukulele as her favorite hobbies.