150 Years
Princeton M. Swimming & Diving BIO
 Jeremy Wong

At Princeton — 2013-14: placed fifth in the 100 (44.10) and eighth in the 50 (20.55) at the Ivy League Championships … earned Second-Team All-Ivy League honors in the 200 free relay … won the C final in the 200 free (1:38.52) … posted Princeton’s fastest 100 free of the season (43.98). 2012-13: earned first-team All-Ivy League honors and helped Princeton win fifth-straight Ivy League title … split 1:37.90 in Princeton’s Ivy championship 800 free relay, which won in 6:26.87; time was third-fastest of the Princeton season … took fifth in 100 free at Ivy Championships in 44.16 … split 44.02 in the 400 free relay, helping Princeton to an NCAA ‘A’ cut time of 2:53.00; time was Princeton’s second-fastest of the season … split 19.86 on the 200 free relay, helping Princeton to season-best time of 1:19.29 at Ivies … earned Top-10 finish in the 200 free final at Ivies (1:37.79) … won ‘C’ final at Ivies in 50 free (20.39); time was fourth-fastest of the Princeton season.

Before Princeton — earned Excellent Swimmer honor in 2010 and 2011 fir Hoi Tin Swimming Club ... competed in the AASF Asian Age Group Championships and the Malaysia Open ... holds multiple NISCA records.

Personal — born March 12, 1994 ... son of Albert Wong and Theresa Tan ... father is a manager; mother is a homemaker ... has an older brother Jonathon ... interested in studying Operations Research & Financial Engineering.

Position: Free
Year: Junior
Hometown: Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong
High School: The Peddie School
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