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  Thomas Zochowski
Thomas Zochowski

Player Profile

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

High School:
St. Michael's

Height / Weight:
6-8 / 220



Will add strength to Stanford's sprint freestyle corps.

As a Junior in 2001-02: Posted a season-best time of 20.70 in the 50 freestyle and a career-best time of 45.18 in the 100 freestyle against California (2/23) ... Clocked in at 1:43.84 in the 200 freestyle versus Cal State Bakersfield (1/4) ... Swam the final leg of the 400 freestyle relay team that posted a 3:00.69 against the Golden Bears (2/23).

As a Sophomore in 2000-2001: Swam a season best of 21.04 in the 50 free in a relay split at Pac-10s ... also set a season best in the 100 free at the conference championships with a time of 45.35 ... Swam a 1:40.68 in the 200 free at Pac-10s ... Finished sixth in both the 100 free and 200 free in a dual with Pacific (1/30) ... 2000-2001 Stanford Autumn Quarter Scholar Athlete.

As a Freshman in 1999-2000: Finished 11th in the 400 free (3:46.73) at the Stanford/Cal Distance Meet ... Took 200 free at SFSU dual meet (1:44.20).

International Competition: Was the high-point winner and led his team to the overall title at the 1998 Canadian Junior Nationals ... Won two individual events and three relays and earned the best swim award ... A member of the Canadian record-breaking 200m free relay team at the 1998 Nationals ... Earned two relay golds, two relay bronzes and an individual bronze medal in the 100m free (51.6) ... Invited to the National Team freestyle training camp in Nov. 1998 ... Competed for Canada at a World Cup meet in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Prep: Was on the Honor Roll every year ... Won the St. Thomas More Award at St. Michael's for his academic achievement ... Graduated with a perfect 4.0 GPA.

Personal: Undeclared major ... Son of Ludwik and Izabela Zochowski ... Spent the last five summers as a camp counselor for kids ... Hobbies include building model aircraft and all sports .. Aspires to be a medical doctor.

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