Breaking two individual school records last year (2018) as a sophomore in the conference prelims has been the highlight of my high school swim career. The 100 fly record was initially set in 1985. I was also on the medley relay team that broke the school record. I was chosen by my team mates as the MVP of the season and recognized in chapel for my accomplishments as a student and athlete.
My Junior year was a very successful one also. I broke my own school records over and over between the Conference prelims, finals and the State prelims and finals. I am currently holding the conference record in the 100 fly. We also broke the medley relay for the third year in a row. We had our swim banquet and I got most of the awards including the MVP award for the second year in a row. I am looking forward to what the Senior year brings.
My goal is to be a well rounded student athlete. I would like to be a NCAA champion and compete with some of the best swimmers in the world. I would also like to excel as a student in computer science.
I am a member of two amazing teams. My high school and my swim club coaches have played an essential role in teaching me to conduct myself with honesty and integrity and compete with dignity and pride while being a valuable team player. They have also taught me that hard work bears great results both in the pool and in the classroom.
I find swimming fun and a way to relieve stress. I am committed to getting better every day at everything I do. I always love to have fun, meet new people and compete to get even better. I do my best in school because my parents have a strict policy that school come before swimming. I try my best in whatever I do.