Trinity Tran - Swimming - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Trinity Tran Season 2022-23

Class Junior
Hometown Katy, Texas
High School Obra D. Tompkins
Major Human & Organizational Development
Bio

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Career Honors
• 2022-23 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Career-Best Times
50 Free: 25.37 at Miami Invitational, 11.18.21
100 Free: 59.31 at Little Rock, 1.29.22
100 Back: 56.68 at SEC Championships, 2.19.21
200 Back: 2:05.95 at SEC Championships, 2.19.22
100 Fly: 58.71 at SEC Championships, 2.19.21

As a Senior (2023-24) 
• Recorded season-best times while making the C Final in the 100 (57.03) and 200 (2:06.22) back and competing in the 50 free (25.69) and 100 fly (59.46) at the Gamecock Invitational (Nov. 15-17)
• Swam the 100 back and 100 fly in Vandy’s defeat of Iowa (Oct. 28) and at Illinois (Nov. 4)
• Competed in the same two events at the first two meets of the spring against Miami (Fla.) and Iowa (Jan. 2), and at Georgia and Florida State (Jan. 13)
• Came in fourth place in the 100 back (58.13) and was fifth in the 200 back (2:11.99) at Arkansas (Jan. 20)
• Swam the 50 (27.02) and 100 (58.04) back in the Dores’ victories over Little Rock and North Texas (Jan. 27)
• Raced in the 100 (58.72) and 200 (2:13.47) back in first meet of the season against Florida (Sept. 29)

As a Junior (2022-23)
• Posted fastest times of the season in the 50 free (25.52), as well as the 100 (57.38) and 200 (2:08.85) back, at the Gamecock Invitational (Nov. 16-18)
• Qualified for the B Final in the 100 back and the C Final in the 200 back at that competition
• Earned top-10 finishes in the 100 (59.20) and 200 (2:10.56) back in meet against Queens and Richmond (Nov. 4-5)
• Placed fourth in 100 back (58.83) in defeat of North Florida and Georgia Southern (Oct. 15), adding fastest time of the season in the 100 fly (1:01.74) at the meet
• Finished fourth in the 100 back (58.54) in final meet of the regular season against Arkansas and Little Rock (Jan. 28), also taking part in the 50 back (27.52)
• Competed in the 100 (57.98) and 200 (2:10.08) back in opening meet of the season at LSU (Sept. 23)
• Also swam the 100 and 200 back at Iowa (Jan. 21)

As a Sophomore (2021-22)
• Time in 200 back at SEC Championships (Feb. 15-19) ranked third on the Commodores’ performance list for the season
• Had season-best time of 57.40 in the 100 back at that event as well
• Came in third in the B Final of the 100 back, and also posted a mark of 2:09.31 in the 200 back at the Miami Invitational (Nov. 18-20)
• Also recorded season-best times at that meet in 50 free and 100 fly (59.64)
• Was fourth in the 100 back (58.50) as well as fifth in the 200 back (2:10.75) in Vandy’s win over Tulane (Nov. 6)
• Earned a fifth-place finish in 100 back (58.69) while touching the wall sixth in the 200 back (2:12.33) in defeat of Illinois (Oct. 30)
• Placed fifth in 100 back (59.34) in Commodores’ victory over Arkansas-Little Rock (Jan. 29)
• Finished fifth in the 200 (2:14.76) and sixth in the 100 (59.26) back in road defeat of Florida Gulf Coast (Oct. 16)
• Had a top-10 result in the 200 back (2:10.49) at season-opening meet against Arkansas and Drury (Oct. 9)

As a Freshman (2020-21)
• Competed in every meet
• Quickest 50 fly (27.16) came at the SEC Championships (Feb. 17-20)
• Posted best mark in the 100 back (57.73) at the Miami Invitational (Nov. 18-20), where she placed fifth
• Clocked a season best in the 200 back (2:07.43) against Tennessee (Oct. 30)
• Fastest time in the 50 back (27.12) was in her first-ever collegiate meet, against Kentucky (Oct. 16)

The Tran File
• Major is human & organizational development
• Prepped at Obra D. Tompkins under head coach Kate Eikrem
• School record holder in 100 fly, 100 back, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay and 400 free relay
• Two-time state qualifier and A finalist (2019, 2020)
• Four-year all-region first team
• Four-year letterwinner
• Two-time team captain (2018, 2019)
• Daughter of Trang and Tuan Tran
• Born in Dallas, Texas
• Has a younger sister, Kayla

Why Vanderbilt: “I chose Vanderbilt because I love the team atmosphere, the positivity that everyone has, and the amazing academic opportunities. I am so excited to create new memories and call this place home for the next four years!”