One-time NCAA Championships qualifier (2014) ... One-time All-American (relay).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2015-16
PCSC All-Academic honorable mention ... Led off third-place 400 free relay (2:59.98) to round out A3 Performance Invitational (11/21) ... Broke own Canyonview Aquatic Center record with 50 back split (23.48) in opener vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (10/31) ... Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2014-15
Triton Athletes' Council (TAC) team representative.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2013-14
All-American ... Qualified for his first NCAA Championships as a relay alternate ... Ultimately earned his way onto the 200 medley relay and garnered All-America distinction as the butterfly leg in a fifth-place finish ... Swam the leadoff backstroke leg of the first-place 200 medley relay at the PCSC Championships ... Also a member of the first-place 400 medley relay at the PCSC meet, swimming the fly leg.
Competed for the Yucaipa Swim Team ... North American Challenge Cup champion in the 50 freestyle in Edmonton, Canada ... Top times were 20.91 in the 50 free, 46.06 in the 100 free and 50.88 in the 100 back.
A 2013 graduate of Yucaipa High School ... All-Citrus Belt League from 2011-13 ... All-county as a senior in 2013 ... Also competed in water polo his first two years and basketball as a freshman.
Born March 30, 1995 in Riverside ... Parents are Joel and Tricia Calles ... Has a younger sister named Ella ... Computer engineering major at Muir College ... Aspires to become an engineer after earning his degree from UCSD ... Enjoys playing the guitar ... Roots for the Chicago Bears and Los Angeles Lakers ... Favorite athlete is Chris Paul ... Glory Road is his favorite film ... Listens to Drake ... Loves pizza ... Something most people don't know about him is that he has double-jointed elbows.