At Princeton – 2010-11: capped her career with a brilliant Ivy League Championship meet, winning three individual events and four relays to be named Ivy League Championships Swimmer of the Meet … set Princeton records in both the 50 (22.36) and the 100 free (48.66), as well as the 100 fly (53.38) during the Ivy League Championships … won the 50 free in 22.44, the 100 free in 48.66 and the 100 fly in 53.43 … helped Princeton to wins in the 200 and 400 free relays and the 200 and 400 medley relays; rallied from a 1.5-second deficit in the final leg of the 400 free relay to give Princeton a win in the competition's final event … qualified for the 2011 NCAA Championships in both the 50 and the 100 … won the 50 free, 100 free and 100 fly at the H-Y-P meet. 2009-10: earned first-team All-Ivy League honors by winning the Ivy title in the 100 free; victory was by .03 of a second and helped Princeton to its ninth Ivy League title in 11 years … finished second in the 50 free and fourth in the 100 back … was the second-highest scoring non-senior during the Ivy League championship meet with 86 individual points … was part of winning 200 and 400 medley relays and second-place 400 free relay … set Princeton record in the 50 free (22.68) at the 2009 Bucknell Invitational … won the 50 and 200 back during HYP meet and finished second in 100 free … helped Princeton to win in the 200 medley relay. 2008-09: set the Princeton record in the 50 free by going 22.83 … earned second-team All-Ivy honors by finishing second in the 50 free at the league championship meet in 23.34 … earned first-team All-Ivy honors as part of winning 200 and 400 medley relays … added another second-team All-Ivy honor with second-place finish in 100 back; her time of 55.51 missed the title by .01 of a second … placed third in 100 free in 50.35 … won two events in the HYP meet, the 100 back and 100 free. 2007-08: named to conference team in her first year … earned second-team All-Ivy honors as part of 200 free relay … reached individual championship final in first event by placing sixth in 50 free (23.71).
Before Princeton – led Our Lady of Good Counsel to team
championships at the Washington Metro championships, the National Catholic
championships and the Washington Prep championships ... earned three All-Met
honors and five varsity letters ... named league swimmer of the year as a senior
captain ... team MVP ... National Honor Society member ... US Swimming
Scholar-Athlete and Maryland Distinguished Scholar ... St. Mary’s Scholar and
Potomac Valley Scholar-Athlete.
Personal – born Dec. 15, 1989 ... daughter of Scott and
Joanne Waters ... father is an architect.