|Career Best Times|
2011-12: Placed fifth in the 1000y free with a time of 10:39.30 against Georgia...Also grabbed third in the same event at South Carolina...Competed in seven meets on the year, mainly swimming events as exhibitions.
2010-11: Swam sixth-place times in the 500y free and 1000y free against Arkansas...Had three top-five finishes against the Cumberlands, including swimming a leg of the winning 200y free relay squad and notching third in the 200y free...Swam exhibitions in the 100y, 200y and 500y free events at the SEC Championships...Placed sixth in the 200y free against second-ranked Georgia...Grabbed seventh in the 200y free versus Louisville and at Kentucky...Named to the SEC Freshmen Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Led Harpeth Hall to a runner-up team finish at the 2010 Tennessee Swimming and Diving Championships...Placed fourth in the 200y free, seventh in the 500y free and anchored the 200y free and 400y free relays to second and third-place finishes...Earned All-America honors from 2007-2009...Swam a leg for the 400y free relay squad that broke the Tennessee state record in 2008...Was a member of the Harpeth Hall team that won the 2007 State Championships...Named Harpeth Hall Rookie of the Year as a freshman...Competed for the Nashville Aquatic Club on the club circuit...Earned NISCA/Speedo All-American honors as a member of the 200y free relay in 2009 and 400y free relay in 2008.
PERSONAL: Majoring in psychology...Former teammates swimming at the collegiate level include Sara Peterson of Florida and Kellyn Angell of Clemson...Highest ambition is to qualify for the NCAA Championship Meet...Biggest thrill was being a part of the 400y free relay squad that broke the Tennessee state record...Chose UT over Rutgers, Kentucky and N.C. State...Has one brother, Schuyler, 17...Grace Anne McDonough Sanderson, daughter of Richard Sanderson and Mary Margaret McDonough, was born Dec. 20, 1991, in Nashville, Tenn.