Briefly... Anne Scott is in her second season with LMU swimming... will also compete for the women's water polo team...
At LMU... 2009... selected as the 2009 PCSC Swimmer of the Year for winning the 50, 100 and 200 sprint freestyle events at the PCSC Championships becoming the second Lion in program history to receive this honor... posted a new conference and LMU program record in the 100 freestyle with a 50.96... broke LMU program records in the 50 freestyle with a personal best time of 23.44 and the 200 freestyle times with a 1:50.44... added three additional championship titles as a member of the Lion's 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relay teams shattering the existing conference record in all three events... contributed a `perfect' 96 points to the Lions' second place victory at the PCSC Championship meet... was also the team's highest scorer in dual meets throughout the season with first place dual meet wins in the 50 freestyle against UCSD, New Mexico State and San Diego and in the 100 and 200 freestyle against UOP, Fresno Pacific, Seattle University, and CSUB...
At American River College... All-American swimmer in both seasons at ARC... swam the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 50 breaststroke... named 2007 Swimmer of the Year... set the National record in 200 freestyle with a time of 1:50.34... All-American in water polo as a freshman and sophomore... named NorCal MVP in 2007...
High School... a 2006 graduate of Bainbridge Island High School on Bainbridge Island, Wash... was a three-year letterwinner in high school... served as team captain in her senior year... garnered All-American recognition after her junior and senior years... also competed in basketball and water polo in high school... was an All-American in water polo as a senior... garnered All-State accolades as a junior and senior...
Personal... Anne Louise Scott was born on March 23, 1988 in Seattle, Wash... parents are Lois and Richard Scott... has a brother, Sean, and a sister, Rachel... also recruited by UC Irvine, San Diego State, UC Davis and San Jose State, but chose LMU because it is a highly regarded private academic institution, and for the strong Division I athletic program... majoring in sociology.
W. Swimming - 2/12/2017
Seventeen Finals for LMU on Last Day of Championships
W. Swimming - 2/11/2017
Kozlowski, Calton Reach Championship Finals
W. Swimming - 2/10/2017
Calton Places Fourth in 200 IM
W. Swimming - 2/9/2017
PCSC Championships Underway
W. Swimming - 2/7/2017
Another CSCAA Scholar All-America Selection
W. Swimming - 1/29/2017
PCSC Championship Prep Complete