Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Coronado, CA
High School: Coronado HS
Other College: Boston University
Major: Cognitive Science
Experience: 2 Letters


Two-time NCAA Championships qualifier (2017 and 2018) ... All-American (400 medley relay in 2018) ... Four All-America honorable mentions (400 medley relay in 2017; 100 back, 200 back, and 200 medley relay in 2018) ... PCSC champion (100 back, 200 back).

AS A SENIOR IN 2017-18
CSCAA Scholar All-America First Team ... PCSC All-Academic First Team ... Athlete of the Week (3/19) ... National STUDENT-Athlete Day honoree ... PCSC champion in the 100 and 200 back ... NCAA Championships qualifier ... All-American (400 medley relay) ... Three All-America honorable mentions (100 back, 200 back, 200 medley relay).

AS A JUNIOR IN 2016-17
All-America honorable mention in 400 medley relay (leadoff backstroke leg) ... CSCAA Scholar All-America First Team ... PCSC All-Academic Second Team ... Earned first trip to NCAA Championships ... Competed in seven of 11 meets, including second PCSC Championships ... Placed 19th (2:01.99) in 200 back at NCAA Championships (3/11).

CSCAA Scholar All-America Second Team ... Competed in seven of 10 meets, including first PCSC Championships ... Made Triton debut in opener vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.

Spent her first year out of high school in 2014-15 at Boston University, swimming for the Division I Terriers of the Patriot League.

Competed for North Coast Aquatics (NCA) after moving to San Diego for sophomore year of high school.

A 2014 graduate of Coronado High School ... Co-captain of Islanders as a senior ... Swam at CIF San Diego Section Division II Championships as Team MVP all three years ... School records in 100 free, 200 free, 100 back, 200 IM, 200 medley relay and 400 free relay ... San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team as a junior and senior ... Attended high school in Pennsylvania as a freshman and qualified for state meet.

Born Oct. 19 in Norristown, Pa. ... Given name is Alexandra ... Parents are James and Linnea Rodman ... Father ran cross country at West Virginia ... Has two older sisters named Kristen and Erika ... Kristen swam at Penn State for all four years from 2008-12 ... Erika swam at UCSD during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons after swimming two years at Penn State, and left with rankings of fourth all-time at UCSD in the 1000 free, sixth in the 1650 and 10th in the 500 ... Cognitive science major at Marshall College ... Plans to attend veterinary school after graduating from UCSD ... Most memorable moment in swimming is when her high school medley relay broke the conference record ... Enjoys traveling and going to the beach ... Top movie is The Guardian ... Loves burritos ... Lists her greatest influences as her sisters.

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