Women's Swim Team Captures All-America Awards

Women's Swim Team Captures All-America Awards

All-American Swimmers/Relay Teams

Ashley Davis: 100 Butterfly, 200 Butterfly

Sophia Greco: 200 Backstroke, 200 Individual Medley, 400 Individual Medley

Alika Lew-Koga: 100 Backstroke, 200 Backstroke

200 Freestyle Relay: Alika Lew-Koga, Julia Lane, Sophia Greco, Ashley Davis

800 Freestyle Relay: Greco, Lane, Lew-Koga, Davis

200 Medley Relay: Lew-Koga, Lane, Davis, Greco

 

Four members of the CCSF Women’s Swimming Team Earned All-American Honors for 2018 Season

Ashley Davis finished her strong swimming career at CCSF with 2 individual event school records, a 4th place finish for 200 fly and 7th place at the CCCAA Swim & Dive State Championships, earning All-American honors in both events.  Her time of 58.44 in the 100 fly is the 6th fast time in the nation and 2:14.25 for the 200 fly is the 9th fastest in the nation (2018 2-Year College Women’s Swimming & Diving National Rankings).

Sophia Greco finished her amazing swimming career at CCSF with 5 individual event school records, a 3rd place (200 back) and 9th place (200 IM) finishes at the CCCAA Swim & Dive State Championships. She earned All-American honors in 3 individual events (200 Backstroke, 200 Individual Medley, 400 Individual Medley). She achieves national rankings in 200 back (5th), 200 IM (16th) and 400 IM (13th).

 

Alika Lew-Koga capped off her strong swimming career at CCSF with 2 individual event school records, a 7th place finish for 100 back and 9thth place at theCCCAA Swim & Dive State Championships, earning All-American honors in both events.  Her time of 59.74 in the 100 back is the 12th fast time in the nation and 2:10.90 for the 200 fly is the 10th fastest in the nation.

 

Freshman Julia Lane made great impact as a relay swimmer and earned All-American honor as part of three relay teams.

 

For the first time in CCSF Women’s Swimming program history, all five relay teams qualified for the CCCAA Swim & Dive State Championships and finished the season with new school records. The 200 free relay, 800 free relay and 200 medley relay teams of Davis, Greco, Lane and Lew-Koga earned All-American honor. The 200 free relay and the 200 medley relay achieved the 16th and 9th fast time in the nation, respectively.