Kailey Allen
Kailey Allen
Height: 5-6
Year: So.
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Stadium
Position: Fly, IM
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Collegiate Personal Bests
50-Free - 26.75
100-Free - 58.55
100-Fly - 55.47
200-Fly - 2:00.66
200-IM - 2:15.76
400-IM - 4:38.22

2018-19: NCAA Qualifier ... NEWMAC Champion (200 Fly) ... CSCAA Scholar All-American ... NEWMAC Academic All-Conference ... at the NCAA Championship, finished 25th in the 200-fly in 2:06.26, 41st in the 100-fly in 59.31 and 48th in the 200-IM in 2:19.86 ... at the NEWMAC Championship, won the 200-fly in 2:04.26, fourth in the 100-fly in 58.40 and first in the "B" final in the 400-medley relay in 3:53.18 ... set the NEWMAC meet record in the 200-fly with her time trial swim of 2:02.68 ... at the Winter Invitational, placed fourth in the 200-fly (2:06.99), 12th in the 400-medley relay (4:04.57) and 16th in the 100-fly (1:00.26) ... individually swam two NCAA "B" cut times as a sophomore ... placed in the top-5, nine times during regular season dual meets.

2017-18:
All-American (200 Fly, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) … NCAA Qualifier … NEWMAC Champion (100 Fly, 200 Fly, 200 Medley Relay, 400 Medley Relay) … CSCAA Scholar All-American … NEWMAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week (11/13, 1/16, 1/22) … broke five NEWMAC records (three meet, two open) and two MIT program records as a freshman … at the NCAA Division III National Championship, was the National Runner Up in the 200 fly with a time of 2:00.81 … also placed seventh with the 200 medley relay team in a program record and NEWMAC open record time of 1:43.21 and eighth in the 400 medley relay in 3:49.47 as well as 18th in the 100 fly in 56.21 … at the NEWMAC Championship, claimed the league title in the 100 fly in a meet record time of 55.47, the 200 fly in a meet record time of 2:00.81, the 200 medley relay in a meet record time of 1:43.45 and the 400 medley relay in 3:48.64 … also finished 19th in the 200 IM in 2:15.76 at the NEWMAC Championship … at the MIT Winter Invitational, set the program record and the NEWMAC open record in the 200 fly when she finished first in 2:00.66 … also won the 100 fly (56.54) and the 200 medley relay (1:45.16) and finished eighth in the 400 medley relay (4:00.03) and 18th in the 400 free relay (3:45.59) … during regular season dual meets, registered 14 wins in her respective events which included eight wins in the 200 fly making it a perfect sweep throughout the 2017-18 season … swam 18 NCAA “B” cut times as a freshman.

Out of the Pool at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering ... completed a UROP in course 1 (civil engineering) on developing more sustainable cement ... also researched determining the structure of nanomaterials at Bar Ilan University in Israel through MISTI ... Baker House Treasurer ... Society of Women Engineers Volunteer ... UA Financial Board member ... SAAC member.

High School:
A 2017 graduate of Stadium High School … two-time varsity letterwinner in swimming … State Qualifier … Speedo Futures Qualifier … also swam for the Valley Aquatics Swim Team … President of the National Honor Society … Valedictorian … served as the Class Treasurer for two years … also served as the School Treasurer for two years … National Merit Scholarship … Program Commended Student … AP Scholar with Distinction … Overall Outstanding Science Student Award … Superintendent's Scholar Award.