- Summer Stephens
- Louisville, Ky. (Sacred Heart Academy)
500 Free: 5:05.51 (2011 All-Florida Invitational)
200 Back: 2:08.68 (2011 All-Florida Invitational)
100 Fly: 56.22 (2011 Georgia Tech Invitational)
200 Fly: 2:01.01 (2012 Bulldog Invitational)
200 IM: 2:06.14 (2011 Georgia Tech Invitational)
400 IM: 4:19.28 (2011 Georgia Tech Invitational)
100 Fly: 1:05.36 (2012 FL-Spring Southern Zone)
200 Fly: 2:20.17 (2012 FL-Spring Southern Zone)
200 IM: 2:24.82 (2012 FL-Spring Southern Zone)
400 IM: 5:01.90 (2012 FL-Spring Southern Zone)
National/International Competition: A 2009 World Championship Trials qualifier.
2011-12: Swam a personal-best 2:01.01 200 fly at the 2012 Bulldog Invitational…Against Tennessee, touched in 2:02.65 to finish eighth in the 200 fly…In the win over Auburn, finished fifth in the 200m fly (2:21.81) and eighth in the 100m fly (1:06.46)…Captured her first individual victory, touching first in the 400 IM (4:24.47) against FAU, and added a third-place effort in the 200 fly (2:03.43)…Totaled three career low marks at the Georgia Tech Invitational in the 100 fly (56.22) and both the 200 (2:06.14) and 400 IM (4:19.28)…Represented the Orange and Blue in the double-dual victory over Michigan and Stanford…In the meet against rival FSU, touched fourth in the 200 IM (2:07.61) and fifth in the 200 fly (1:31.89)…Against top-ranked Georgia, finished sixth in the 200m fly with a 2:23.37 swim…Touched second in the 200 fly (2:03.41) and seventh in the 500 free (5:08.25) against Arkansas…Made her collegiate debut at the All-Florida Invitational with personal-best swims in the 500 free (5:05.51) and 200 back (2:08.68).
Prior to Florida: Attended Sacred Heart Academy…Named a captain for the Lakeside Swim Team under head coach Mike DeBoor…A four-star recruit by Swimming World Magazine… …Eight-time NISCA High School All-American…A USA Swimming Scholastic All-American…Named First-Team All-State each of the last three years…A Kentucky state record holder in the 200 and 400 medley relay as well as the 200 free relay…Chose Florida over Auburn, Virginia, California-Berkeley, Southern California and Harvard.