At Princeton — 2015-16: helped Princeton to dramatic final-session rally past Harvard to repeat as Ivy League champion … earned second-team All-Ivy League honors in the 200 breast and took third in the 100 breast; posted Princeton's best times in both events during the year … placed 10th in the 200 IM … had top-four finishes in both breast events to help Princeton to first H-Y-P win since 2012 … recipient of the team's Matthew R. Weiner Class of 2002, C.Rob Orr Award for inspiration, dedication and respect … team tri-captain. 2014-15: reached all three A finals to help Princeton reclaim the Ivy League championship … earned second-team All-Ivy League honors by taking second in the 100 breast in 53.41; time is the second-fastest in Princeton history … finished fifth in the 200 IM; prelim time of 1:45.51 is second-fastest in school history … took eighth in the 200 breast and had Princeton's second-fastest time of the season. 2013-14: placed third in three A finals at the Ivy League Championships; began weekend in the 200 IM (1:46.61), then took third in the 100 breast (54.19) and the 200 breast (1:56.68) … earned Second-Team All-Ivy honors on the runner-up 400 medley relay … posted Princeton’s fastest breast times of the season and second-fastest 200 IM (1:46.45). 2012-13: placed 27th in NCAA Championships in the 200 breast; also competed in the 200 IM and 100 breast, as well as both medley relays, at NCAAs … had third-fastest 200 breast time among any freshman in the nation prior to NCAAs … took second in the 100 breast final at the Ivy League Championships (53.94) … followed with a second-place finish in the 200 breast (1:55.58); that time was the second-fastest in Ivy Championship history; both finals times were Princeton’s fastest of the season and second-fastest of all-time … finished fourth in the Ivy 200 IM final (1:46.93); time was Princeton's third-fastest of the season … recipient of the team's William B. Nash Memorial Trophy, given for outstanding sportsmanship and performance by a freshman.
Before Princeton — competed at U.S. Open Nationals … invited both Senior Nationals and Zone Select Camp ... CCS high school champion in 100 breast; holds CCS record in event (55.29) ... holds Olympic Trial cut in 200 breast ... competed in FINA World Cup stops in Berlin, Moscow and Singapore ... two-year captain of Palo Alto High; also served as club team captain ... two-time Academic All-America ... earned Math and Social Studies departmental awards.
Personal — born March 7, 1995 ... son of Noel Sanborn and Virginia Lee ... both parents are retired ... has two older siblings, Adrian and Elliott ... may study Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
|Hometown:||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|High School:||Palo Alto|