Height: 5'10"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Napa, CA
High School: New Technology HS
Major: Speculative Design
Experience: 1 Letter


NCAA Championships qualifier (2017-18) ... Three-time All-American (200 free relay, 400 free relay, 800 free relay in 2017-18) ... One All-America honorable mention (200 medley relay in 2017-18).

AS A SENIOR IN 2018-19
All-MPSF Second Team (400 medley relay).

Three-time All-American (200 free relay, 400 free relay, 800 free relay) ... All-America honorable mention (200 medley relay) ... NCAA Championships qualifier ... Earned All-America honors with a season best time of 1:32.81 to place seventh in the 200 free relay at the NCAA Championships ... Nabbed another All-America distinction with a 3:24.08 finish, good for eighth place in the 400 free relay at the NCAA Championships ... Gained her third All-America title with a 7:24.04 finish to place fifth in the 800 free relay of the NCAA Championships ... Received an All-America honorable mention with a time of 1:41.67 to capture ninth in the 200 medley relay at the NCAA Champions ... Helped the Tritons to a first place finish in the 200 medley relay (1:41.60) and the 200 free relay (1:33.85) at the PCSC Championships.

A 2017 graduate of New Technology High School in Napa … Named team MVP as a senior … Broke the school’s 100-breaststroke record as a senior.

Competed with Napa Valley Swim Team from 2009-17.

Born Jan. 4 in Napa … Daughter of Julie and John Murphy … Both parents were on the swimming and diving team at Cal State East Bay … Older sister Haley was her teammate and team captain on the UC San Diego swimming and diving team … Speculative design major at Sixth College … Wants to pursue a career in a creative field after graduating from UC San Diego ... Enjoys drawing … Favorite athlete is USA Swimming Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky … Listens to Daniel Caesar … Likes watching the movie The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou … Loves eating chocolate chips.

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