The LMU swimming team was awarded Scholar All-America status by the CSCAA for the third straight semester.
Graduation ceremonies held for Class of 2012.
LMU placed 13 swimmers on the All-Academic team.
The LMU swimming team was awarded Scholar All America status by the CSCAA.
Tammy Choy and Camille Hopp earned second team All-MPSF honors.
Interview with Tammy Choy Prior to Centennial Meet
2009-10 Women's Swimming Photos
Tammy Choy is in her fourth season with LMU swimming...
2010-11...garnered All-MPSF honors after placing seventh and eighth in the 100 and 200 backstroke at the MPSF Championships in personal-best times of 57.32 and 2:03.4, respectively... her 100 backstroke time ranks third in LMU history, while the 200 backstroke mark is second... also made it back to the finals in the 200 IM, earning a 16th-place finish... won the IM Pentathlon event at the beginning of the season and picked up wins in the 100 backstroke against Northern Colorado and in the 200 backstroke against USD and Fresno State... voted "Most Supportive" by LMU teammates... team captain for 2011-12 season...
2009-10... continued as one of LMU's most versatile swimmers scoring in butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and individual medley races throughout the dual meet season...placed top 8 in all three individual events at the PCSC championships, placing 4th in both the 200 and 400 IM and 6th in the 200 backstroke for a 76 point contribution... named to the PCSC All-Conference team for the second consecutive year...voted "Most Supportive" by teammates.
2008-09... became LMU's premier individual medley specialist, breaking LMU's longest standing program record in the 200 IM with a 2:06.48 and shattering the 400 IM program record with a 4:26.14 on way to a second and third place finish at the PCSC Conference Championships... also placed third at championships in the 200 backstroke recording the second fastest time in LMU history... the third highest LMU scorer at the championship meet with 82 points, earning All-Conference honors in her freshman year... contributed first place wins during the dual meet season in the 200 backstroke against Seattle University, in the 200 IM against New Mexico State, and in the 200 breaststroke and 400 IM against San Diego and Fresno State...
A 2008 graduate of Mills High School in Millbrae, Calif... was a four-year letterwinner for coach Joey Perez... served as team captain in her final three years of competition... garnered All-League recognition after her freshman, sophomore and junior years... named All-American as a junior and senior... also played three seasons of water polo, garnering All-League recognition as a sophomore and junior... competed against teammates Rebecca and Olivia Plume in high school...
Tammy Hang Choy was born on March 14, 1990 in San Francisco, Calif... parents are Georgiana and Keung Choy... has one sister, Karen... also recruited by UC Santa Barbara and UC Davis, but chose LMU because she fell in love with the campus and atmosphere, and for the academic programs offered... majoring in business law.
|Best Collegiate Times
|400 Individual Medley||4:26.14|
|200 Individual Medley
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