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Julieyanna Parker
Julieyanna  Parker


Hillsborough, NJ

High School:
Hillsborough HS




FRESHMAN (2016-17) 
  • Had three season bests times at the 2017 MSPF Championships: 50 free (25.29), 100 free (56.18) and the 100 fly (59.55)
  • Swam the 200 fly in 2:15.19 in the LMU-USD Dual Meet
  • Attended Hillsborough High School where she earned four varsity letters
  • Was the 2015-16 Courier News Swimmer of the Year
  • Named 2014-15 New Jersey Swimmer of the Year
  • Helped her team win the sectional championship her freshman and senior year
  • Helped her team win the Somerset County Championship her freshman and sophomore year
  • Had career best time of 55.30 in the 100 fly at the Meet of Champions her senior year
  • Also swam for Somerset Hills YMCA
  • Born December 11, 1997 in Somerville, NJ to Deborah and Wallace Parker
  • Chose USD for the amazing athletic and academic opportunity
  • Was also recruited by Colorado State and Vermont
  • Her mother swam at Rider University
  • Has three siblings who are/were D-I swimmers
  • Likes to hike, backpack, camp and waterski
  • Comes from a large family of swimmers including all her cousins, aunt, uncles, and even her grandma

What is your most memorable swimming/diving moment? Why?
My most memorable moment was my senior year in high school when I won the 100 yard butterfly at the Meet of Champions. This was my most memorable moment because no one believed that I would be able to win this event another time, let alone three times in a row. There was so much doubt, but once I hit the wall I was so overjoyed that I began to cry and experienced an amazing moment with my coach, whom I’ve known all my life.

Describe yourself as an athlete and as a student. 
Both academically and athletically, I am a very determined person. My stubbornness pushes me to never settle for anything but my best. I am also a good leader who would do anything for my team. As a student-athlete, I’ve learned that there is no time for procrastination, so I have improved tremendously with my time management.

What piece of coaching and/or personal advice has stuck with you over the years? 
My former coach always used to say, “No one’s ever died from not being able to breathe.” For some reason this always stuck with me and pushed me to work harder in practice.

What do you see yourself doing in 10 years?
In 10 years, I picture myself being a wildlife veterinarian. I hope to work with endangered species in their habitats, and helps animals to thrive rather than barely survive.


Favorite TV show:Friends    
Favorite movie: Step Brothers    
Favorite food: Chocolate   
Favorite place to spend time: Hiking in the mountainswith my dog   
Favorite Song:Doses and Mimosas


MINOR: Chemistry  


Event Time Meet
50 Free 25.29 2017 MPSF Championships
100 Free 56.18 2017 MSPF Championships
100 Fly 59.55 2017 MPSF Championships
200 Fly 2:15.19 LMU Dual (11/5/16)



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