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Women's Swimming



Gabriela Soza
Gabriela Soza

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Corpus Christi, Texas

High School:
Flour Bluff

Height:
5-7

Event:
Free

Experience:
SR-3L


2009-10 (Jr.): Took third in the 100 yard Backstroke (55.90) at the UH Invitational... Finished second in the 50 yard Freestyle (24.53) and third in the 200 yard Backstroke (2:08.34) against Rice... Placed second in the 50 yard Freestyle (24.51) and third in the 100 yard Freestyle (53.41) against Houston... Member of the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll. Was a member of the 200 yard Freestyle Relay, 200 yard Medley Relay, 300 yard Backstroke Relay, 400 yard Freestyle Relay and the 400 yard Medley Relay.

2008-09 (So.): Competed in the 50 free, 100 free and 100 back... Top time in the 50 free came against Georgia (1/6), finishing in 24.69... Lone competition of the year in the 100 free came against Houston when she finished in 53.45.

2007-08 (Fr.): Finished third in the 400 medley relay and the 200 free relay against Texas... Took third in the 100 free against Rice... Finished second in the 200 medley relay and third in the 100 free against Houston... Competed in the 50 free and 400 free relay at Georgia... Helped the Mustangs win the Mean Green Relays title, setting a North Texas pool record in the 400 free relay.

Prior to SMU: Won four gold medals, two silver medals, one bronze and three fourth place finishes at the Texas UIL 4A State meet over all four years of high school... Named All-State, All-Region and All-District all four years of high school... Selected All-Region MVP and All-District MVP... Member of the U.I.L. 4A state meet fourth place team her sophomore year; Personal: Daughter of Noe and Marie Soza... mother, Marie, swam at Michigan... Plans to major in biology (pre-med) and minor in Spanish at SMU... Was TGSA Junior Women's State Surfing Champion her junior year of high school.

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