Hannah Calton

Hannah  Calton


Granite Bay, Calif.

High School:
Granite Bay HS






Calton Named WCC Individual Sportsmanship Winner

Hannah Calton garnered the WCC Individual Sportsmanship Award earlier this week.


Seventeen Finals for LMU on Last Day of Championships

LMU competed in 17 evening finals on the last day of the PCSC Championships.


Kozlowski, Calton Reach Championship Finals

Hannah Calton placed second overall in the 100 butterfly, while Lanna Kozlowski placed eighth in the 400 IM.


Calton Places Fourth in 200 IM

Hannah Calton reached the Championship Final of the 200 IM on Thursday.


PCSC Championships Underway

LMU posted a pair of top-four finishes in relays on day one of the Championships.


Interview Prior to University of San Diego Trip

Kjirsten Magnuson and the Lions will head to San Diego this Saturday.


Women's Swimming Swims Against Men's Basketball

The LMU swimming team swam against the LMU men's basketball in friendly competition.


The LMU Sports Network interviews three new LMU swimmers.

The LMU Sports Network interviews three new LMU swimmers.


2016 Iggy Awards

2016 Iggy Awards presented by the Lions Athletic Fund at Doubletree LA Westside Apr. 27, 2016


Women's Swimming Intrasquad - September 28, 2013

This meet determined LMU's automatic travel squad for the upcoming Alaska - Fairbanks trip.

Hannah Calton is in her third season with LMU swimming...current President of LMU Athletes in Action...

2015-16... First-Team PCSC All-Conference (200 Individual Medley | 100 Fly | 200 Fly)... set a new LMU record in the 100 butterfly (54.50)... 3x PCSC Swimmer of the Week (10/26 | 11/25 | 1/13)... Alfred Kilp, S. J. Award Winner... swam her best times in the 100 Free (52.12), 200 Free (1:49.75), 100 Fly (54.50), and 200 Fly (2:01.35) at the PCSC Championships... posted her best tim in the 100 Back (57.67) at the 2016 PCSC Time Trials... recorded her best time in the 100 Breast (1:11.30) at the 2015 Malibu Invitational... at the 2015 A3 Performance Invitation she swam her best time in the 200 IM (2:03.71)

2014-15...consistently represented the Lions throughout the season as one of our top performers in dual meets... concluded her season at the PCSC Championships by scoring the second-highest total points at the meet... showing at the PCSC Championships included wins in the 200IM (career-best 2:03.03), 200 Butterfly (career-best 2:00.40), and 400 Freestyle Relay... improved her LMU School Records in both the 100 and 200 Butterfly and she also earned Top-10 All-Time Performances in the 400 IM (10th) and 200 Freestyle (3rd) ... earned Dean's List honors for second straight year ...

2013-14...had a stellar freshman season, breaking and re-breaking LMU's 100 and 200 butterfly records...placed second in the 200 butterfly and fourth in the 100 butterfly at the Arena Invite in November with new program-records of 55.62 and 2:02.53, then re-broke both records two weeks later at the US Swimming Winter National Championships (2:01.82 and 55.56)...finished the season with a career-best time in the 100 butterfly of 55.57 placing seventh at the 2014 MPSF Championships and earning Second Team All-Conference honors...also recorded a career-best time in the 200 individual medley of 2:04.78, second-fastest time in LMU history...earned a third LMU record swimming the butterfly leg as part of the 400 medley relay that lowered the existing LMU record at the MPSF Conference meet...was dominant in the butterfly events throughout the season with numerous victories in dual meets against USD, Alaska-Fairbanks, Davis, Fresno St. and Pepperdine...also demonstrated versatility by winning the 200 and 500 freestyle events against Alaska-Fairbanks (pool record in the 200) and by qualifying for the Championship final at the Arena Invitational in the 200 Individual Medley...

A 2013 graduate of Granite Bay High School in Granite Bay, Calif...a four-year varsity letterwinner under coach John Sherman...garnered All-League, All-City, and All-CIF recognition in all four seasons...earned All-America honors as a sophomore...team voted her Most Inspirational as a junior and MVP as a senior...

Hannah Nicole Calton was born on July 18, 1995 in Berkeley, Calif...parents are Stacey and John Calton...has two brothers, Jesse and Brendan, and one sister, Kaycee...considered UC Santa Barbara and University of San Diego, but chose LMU because she immediately fell in love with the beautiful campus, perfect location and welcoming team and coaches...a communications major.

Best Collegiate Times
50 Freestyle 24.45 12/05/13
100 Freestyle 52.12 2/15/16
200 Freestyle 1:49.75 2/12/16
500 Freestyle 5:09.66 11/02/13
100 Backstroke
57.67 1/30/16
100 Breaststroke 1:10.96 10/18/14
100 Butterfly 54.50 2/14/16
200 Butterfly 2:00.40 2/21/15
200 Individual Medley 2:03.03 02/19/15
400 Individual Medley 4:37.29 01/25/14


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