Amy Jacobi
Amy Jacobi
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Cranbury, N.J.
High School: The Peddie School
Position: SPR, FLY

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007-08: Scored two First-Team All-Conference Honors at NEWMACs with individual wins in the 100 Fly (57.67), and the 100 Free (53.15), both NCAA qualifying times. Her time in the 100 Fly established new NEWMAC Meet and Open records and is the 2nd-fastest in school history. She also owns top-5 Institute times in the 50 through the 500 Free, and the 100 Back. Anchored the 800 Free Relay for the Engineers, which swam to an NCAA "B" cut time and placed 2nd. Also secured three Second-Team All-Conference honors for her performances on the 200, 400, and 800 Free Relays.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-time High School All-American...four-year letter-winner for The Peddie School Falcons swim team under Coach Greg Wriede...on the winning 200 Freestyle Relay at Easterns (2007), which established a new school record and broke the National Independent School Record (2nd fastest girls 200 free relay in American history)...finished 3rd in the 50 and 100 freestyles at Easterns (2007)...a co-captain as a senior.

CLUB: Peddie Aquatics Association (PAA-NJ) under Coach Greg Wriede (2003-present); Whitewaters (WW-NJ) (1997-2003); Peddie Aquatics (1996-1997)...competed in the 50 and the 100 Freestyle at US Junior Nationals, Summer 2007...competed at Sectionals in the 50, 100, 200, and 1000 freestyles, and 100 fly

PERSONAL: Born June 5, 1989 to William and Laura Jacobi...has two brothers, Brian, and Steven, and one sister, Elizabeth...lists her proudest collegiate moment as coming from behind and touching out Wheaton as the anchor on the 400 Free Relay at the Wheaton/Smith meet...A Course 11 (Urban Studies and Planning) Major.

JACOBI'S COLLEGIATE RECORDS

Event

Time

50-yard free

24.16

100-yard free

53.15

200-yard free

1:56.75

500-yard free

5:10.50

100-yard back

1:00.85

100-yard fly

57.67

50-yard free (relay)

24.34

100-yard free (relay)

52.77

200-yard free (relay)

1:55.18

50-yard fly (relay)

26.76

100-yard fly (relay)

59.59