|Hometown:||Lake Bluff, Ill.|
One of the team’s top butterfly specialists, per the staff.
2017-18: Qualified for the championship final of the 200 butterfly for the second straight year and placed ninth with time of 2:17.54 at NCACs … Swam the fly leg of the Scots’ sixth-place 400 medley relay that touched at 4:00.01 at conference … Logged 14th-place finishes in the 100 fly (58.50) and 100 individual medley (1:05.00) at NCACs.
2016-17: Earned a spot in the championship heat of the 200 fly and placed seventh with time of 2:11.97, marking personal-best in terms of placement in an individual event at NCACs … Part of Wooster’s fourth-place 400 medley relay that clocked in at 4:00.91 at the conference championships … Placed 11th in the 100 fly at NCACs with a personal-best 58.21, now the sixth-fastest clip in the event in program history … Clocked in at 2:15.90 in the 200 individual medley, good for a 15th-place finish.
2015-16: Cut over an entire second off of seed time in the preliminaries of the 100 fly to earn a spot in the championship heat at inaugural NCAC meet … Placed eighth in the finals with a time of 58.49, a clip fifth in the program annals … One of four student-athletes on the women’s side to earn a spot in a non-relay swimming championship heat at the conference meet … Delivered a big-meet performance in the 200 medley relay swimming the fly leg during Wooster’s fifth-place showing (1:49.52) at NCACs … Finished second in the consolation final (11th overall) in the 200 fly (2:11.31) at NCACs … Also contributed in the bonus heat of the 200 IM placing 23rd overall (2:14.49).
Prior to Wooster: Earned a sportsmanship award for Erik Rogers at Libertyville High School.
Personal: Born Aug. 22, 1996 … Daughter of Joseph and Kimberly Sturonas … Majoring in computer science with a minor in mathematics.