Sarah Passilla
Sarah Passilla
Year: So.
Hometown: Winter Garden, Fla.
Position: IM, Free

2018-19: part of the 800 freestyle relay team that broke the school and meet record (7:31.09) and won the NEWMAC Championship for the second straight season and went on to earn All-America honors with a seventh place finish rebreaking the school record with a time of 7:29.60 becoming the first women's relay in program history to earn All-America honors ... set the school record and won the NEWMAC Championship in the 200 IM (2:05.74) and was part of the record breaking 200 freestyle relay which placed second at the NEWMAC Championship with a time of 1:36.36 ... set school record in the 400 IM with a time of 4:31.02 to place third at the NEWMAC Championship ... part of 400 freestyle relay which placed fourth at the NEWMAC Championship with a time of 3:30.18 ... NCAA qualifier in the 200 IM and placed 27th (2:06.74) ... part of the 200 medley relay team which placed 30th at the NCAA Championship with a school record time of 1:49.27 and placed 26th in the 400 IM with a time of 4:35.53 ... and part of 400 freestyle relay which placed 22nd in 3:30.57 at the NCAA Championship ... placed 50th in the 100 freestyle (52.65)

2017-18:
part of the 800 freestyle relay team that won the NEWMAC Championship with a school record time of 7:34.41 and earned honorable mention All-America honors at the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships  The relay of Passilla, junior Kristen Young, freshman Emily Benson and junior Christine McCulla placed 8th in the timed finals with a time of 7:38.25 and finished 16th overall to cap an outstanding season ... part of the 400 medley relay team that set the school record with a time of 3:57.24

HIGH SCHOOL:
broke seven school records for coach Cindy Brasch at West Orange High .... team MVP as a sophomore ... Scholar Athlete Award as a senior ... Dean's List ... National Honor Society

PERSONAL: Mechanical Engineering ... has an older sister Katherine ... daughter of James and Elizabeth Passilla