- Natasha Fung
- Edmonton, Canada (Bellerose Composite)
Edmonton, Canada (Bellerose Composite)
One-Time All-SEC Selection
2012 SEC All-Freshman Team Honoree
50 Free: 23.68 (Tennessee, 1/28/12)
100 Free: 48.94 (2012 Bulldog Last Chance)
200 Free: 1:46.34 (2013 SEC Championships)
500 Free: 4:59.45 (FAU, 1/14/12)
200 Breast: 2:19.01 (Tennessee, 2/1/13)
200 IM: 1:58.68 (2013 SEC Championships)
400 IM: 4:29.41 (2011 All-Florida Invitational)
50 Free: 28.43 (Michigan & Stanford, 2011)
100 Free: 59.98 (Georgia, 10/28/11)
200 Free: 2:08.37 (Georgia, 10/28/11)
100 Fly: 1:03.83 (2011 FL SZ Sectional Championships)
200 IM: 2:24.28 (Michigan & Stanford, 2011)
800 Free Relay: Fourth (7:00.32)
National/International Competition: Swam at the 2010 Pan-Pacific Junior Championship in Maui, Hawaii, placing 13th in the 200 IM, 15th in the 400 free, 24th in the 200 free and 25th in the 100 free…Owns the Canadian age group record in the women’s 13-14 200 IM.
2012-13: Collected an All-America honor with the 400 free relay at the 2013 NCAA Championships…Recorded several NCAA provisional times at the Bulldog Last Chance meet with B times in the 200 IM (1:58.80) and 100 free (49.11), and set a new personal-best in the 100 free with her time of 48.94...Finished 11th in the 200 free (1:46.34) and 200 IM (1:58.68), setting personal-best times in both at the SEC Championships...Took fourth in the 100 (1:05.00) and 200 breast (2:19.01) against Tennessee...Finished second in the 200 free (1:48.62) and added a fifth place finish in the 100 free (51.02) against Auburn...Was second in the 100 breast (1:04.78) and swam as part of the second place 200 medley relay against Florida Atlantic.
2011-12: Picked up the first All-America honor of her career as a member of the 800 Free Relay team that finished sixth at the NCAA Championships…Earned All-SEC honors in her first SEC Championship appearance after contributing to the second-place 800y freestyle relay team, and named to the SEC All-Freshman Team after her performance in the 200y free…Finished seventh in the 200y free (1:47.41), 19th in the 200y IM (2:01.41) and 20th in the 100y free (50.27) in her first conference championship appearance…Swam the fastest 100y (50.27) and 200y free (1:46.49) by a Gator freshman on the year…Finished third in the 200m free (2:03.45), fifth in the 100m free (58.10) and was a member of the 400m freestyle relay that took second in Florida’s win over Auburn…Against FAU, touched second in the 200y free (1:49.38) and third in the 500y free (4:59.45)…At the Georgia Tech Invitational, finished second in the 200y free with a personal-best effort of 1:46.49 out of 64 other swimmers…In the Gators’ double-dual victory over Michigan and Stanford, finished 8th in the 100m free (52.48)…Took second in the 200y free (1:49.96) and fourth in the 100y free (51.36) in the win over rival, FSU…Against Georgia added points with a fifth- and seventh-place effort in the 200m (2:08.37) and 100m free (59.98), respectively…Finished fourth in both the 50y (24.19) and 500y free (5:01.78) in her SEC debut against LSU…In her first collegiate meet, took third in the 200y free (1:50.15) and sixth in the 100y free (51.64) at the All-Florida Invitational…Helped lead head coach Gregg Troy to his 12th consecutive top-10 finish at NCAA’s.
High School: Attended Bellerose Composite High School in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada…Trained with Olympian Swim Club under head coach Carl Simonson…A five-star recruit by Swimming World Magazine…Rated the No. 19 women’s swimming recruit in the country by CollegeSwimming.com.