Junior Mia Schachter wins 100 free, Green Wave post five second-place showings on Saturday
Mia Schachter posts third school record of the weekend with 100 free leadoff split time of 49.85
Grender, Lincoln and Schachter set school marks in 400 IM, 200 free and 100 breast, respectively
Holly Grender sets school mark in 200 IM while Mia Schacter ties her own mark in 50 free
Green Wave fall to Western Kentucky, 201-96, and come up short against host Commodores, 178-109
100 back: 1:05.53 vs Vanderbilt (11/2/13)
100 breast: 1:08.02 at LSU Quad Meet (1/26/13)
200 breast: 2:25.88 at LSU Quad Meet (1/25/13)
200 fly: 2:20.69 at North Texas (1/18/14)
100 free: 55:22 at LSU Quad Meet (1/26/13)
200 free: 2:00:91 at Phill Hansel Invitational (11/16/12)
500 free: 5:14.11 at C-USA Championship (2/16/12)
1000 free: 10:54.08 at C-USA Championship (2/18/12)
1650 free: 18:16.30 at C-USA Championship (2/18/12)
200 IM: 2:12.17 at Phill Hansel Invitational (11/21/13)
400 IM: 4:40.91 at Phill Hansel Invitational (11/22/13)
Career Notes: Three-year letterman has participated in 23 career meets...holds No. 9 individual mark in Tulane history in the 200 breast (2:25.88 at LSU Quad Meet on Jan. 25, 2013)...looks to once again add depth to the Green Wave line-up and will battle for time with the relay units.
2013-14: Saw action in nine meets as a junior...posted career-best times of 1:05.53 in the 100 back vs Vanderbilt (Nov. 2), 2:12.17 in the 200 IM at the Phill Hansel Invitational (Nov. 21), 2:20.69 in the 200 fly at North Texas (Jan. 18) and 4:40.91 in the 400 IM during the preliminaries of the Phill Hansel Invite (Nov. 22) to go with season-best marks of 1:09.47 in the 100 breast at the Phill Hansel Invitational (Nov. 22), 2:02.98 in the 200 free at LSU (Oct. 25), 2:29.55 in the 200 breast during the preliminaries of the Hansel Invite (Nov. 23), 5:23.11 in the 500 free vs Vanderbilt (Nov. 2) and 11:05.96 in the 1000 free vs UALR (Oct. 12)...top individual finish was a third-place showing in the 200 breast vs UALR...lone relay action of the year came in the second leg of the 200 free vs Vanderbilt...away from the pool, claimed C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane 3.0 Club recognition.
2012-13: Participated in five meets as a sophomore...posted career-best times of 55.22 in the 100 free (Jan. 26) and 2:25.88 in the 200 breast (Jan. 25) at the LSU Quad Meet (Jan. 26), and 2:00.91 in the 200 free in the preliminaries of the Phill Hansel Invitational (Nov. 16) while tallying a season-best mark of 5:20.68 in the 500 free during the prelims of the Hansel Invite (Nov. 15)...top individual finish was eighth-place showings in the 200 free at Loyola Marymount (Jan. 11) and the 100 breast at the LSU Quad Meet...away from the pool, claimed C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane 3.0 Club recognition.
2011-12: Swam in all nine meets as a true freshman...posted career-best times of 5:14.11 in the 500 free in the preliminaries of the Conference USA Championship (Feb. 16) as well as 10:54.08 in the 1000 free with a 1650 split and 18:16.30 in the 1650 free at the C-USA Championship (Feb. 18) to go with season-best marks of 57.41 in the 100 free and 1:13.48 in the 100 breast at San Diego State (Jan. 10), 2:02.78 in the 200 free at Alabama (Oct. 29), 2:34.76 in the 200 breast at the Houston Tri-Meet (Jan. 27) and 4:50.05 in the 400 IM in the preliminaries of the UH Cougar Classic (Nov. 18)...top individual finishes were fifth-place showings in the 500 free at LSU and in the 1000 free at LSU and vs Vanderbilt...in relay action, swam the second leg of 200 free and third leg of the 800 free at San Diego Relays, and anchored the 400 free at LSU.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at University High for coach Robin Jacobsen...helped lead the Lady Trojans to an undefeated dual-meet and league record as a prepster with four consecutive Pacific Coast League titles, including perfect seasons and CIF Division I Championships as a junior and senior...as a senior, was named University High's Female Scholar Athlete of the Year, was a finalist for City of Irvine Female Scholar Athlete of the Year and was voted team captain...was a CIF finalist, participant in the Masters Meet and PCL champion all four years and claimed both NISCA All-America and USA Swimming Scholastic All-America honors as a junior and senior...finished first or second in each individual swim and finished second in the PCL in the 500 free as a senior...came in second in the PCL in the 200 and 500 free as a junior...also swam for the Irvine Aquazots...twice represented the U.S. at the Pan American Maccabian Games, including a four-gold, nine-total-medal performance in Beunos Aires in 2009...participated in the 2010 World Maccabiah Games in Israel, winning two silver medals...away from the pool, earned Honor Roll recognition her final four semesters and was a member of the National Board of the Maccabi Sports for Israel, Med Club, Model United Nations and Save Darfur Club...four-year member of the California Scholarship Federation, was an AP Scholar in 2010 and 2011, and was a finalist for the Orange County Jewish Sport Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete as a junior.
Personal: Born Molly Rose Jubas on April 11, 1993, in Milwaukee, Wisc...daughter of Roger and Lisa Jubas...has two sisters, Libby and Janey...majoring in marketing.