Jenna Ravarino - Swimming - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Jenna Ravarino Season 2022-23

Class Freshman
Hometown Concord, Calif.
High School Carondelet
Major Undeclared

Career-Best Times
50 Free: 24.05 at Gamecock Invitational, 11.16.22
100 Free: 52.78 at Gamecock Invitational, 11.18.22
100 Fly: 56.97 at SEC Championships, 2.16.23

As a Freshman (2022-23)
• Ranked fourth on the team’s performer list in the 50 free
• Recorded career-best time in the 100 fly at the SEC Championships (Feb. 14-18), also competing in the 50 (23.96) and 100 (52.84) free
• Posted career-best marks in the 50 and 100 free and also raced in the 100 fly (56.99) at the Gamecock Invitational (Nov. 16-18), qualifying for the C Final in each event
• Led Vandy with a first-place finish in the 50 free and placed second in the 100 free in Dores’ defeat of North Florida and Georgia Southern (Oct. 15)
• Finished sixth in the 100 fly (58.59), participating in the 50 free (24.84) and 50 fly (26.74) as well, in regular-season finale against Arkansas and Little Rock (Jan. 28)
• Also competed in the 50 (24.80) and 100 (54.53) free in collegiate debut against Auburn (Oct. 7)

The Ravarino File
• Prepped at Carondelet High School
• Swam for the Orinda Aquatics as well
• Earned All-America, Academic All-America and All-East Bay Athletic League recognition as a senior
• Was a Scholastic All-American and a member of the National Honor Society
• Also earned academic honors from the California Scholarship Federation
• Recorded personal-best marks at the time in both the 50 (23.81) and 100 (52.75) free at the DLS Swim Invitational in 2022
• Ended up finishing fifth in the A Final of both events at that meet
• Bettered those times at the California Interscholastic Federation North Coast Championships later in the spring
• Touched the wall in 23.74 and 52.13 seconds, respectively, in the preliminary heats of the 50 and 100 free, going on to place sixth in the A Final of the former event
• Had a career-best time of 55.66 while competing in the B Final of the 100 fly at the Speedo Sectionals held in Carlsbad, California, during her senior season
• Was chosen the MVP of the CHS water polo team in 2018
• Daughter of Lexanne and David Ravarino
• Father played football at St. Mary’s (Calif.)
• Is the oldest of two children

Why Vanderbilt: “I chose Vanderbilt University because of the incredible academic rigor and the high-level SEC athletics. I am excited to be a part of an outstanding swim program that will challenge me to be the best swimmer, teammate and person I can be.”