LeAnne Cadag
LeAnne Cadag

Player Profile

Seattle, WA

High School:
Seattle Preparatory School


Backstroke/Sprint Free


2002-2003 Team Mentor

2001-2002 — Earned All-America honors at the NCAA Championships in the 14th place 200 Medley Relay (first leg) and 18th place 400 Medley Relay (first leg) ... At the Pac-10 Championships, swam the first leg of the seventh place 200 Medley Relay, placed 19th in the 100 Back and 23rd in the 50 Free ... Placed first in the 100 Back against Oregon State ... Finished first in the 50 Free against UC San Diego ... Recorded 11 Top-Five finishes on the season.

Summer 2001 — Competed in the 50 Free and 100 Back at US Nationals.

2000-2001— Competed in the 50 Free, 100 Back, 200 Back, 200 Medley Relay, 200 Free Relay and 400 Free Relay at the Pac-10 Championships …?At the Texas Invitational, recorded season best times in each individual event she competed in …?Placed first in the 100 Back at the Northwestern Invitational.

Summer 2000 — Competed in the 100 Back at the U.S. Olympic Trials.

1999-2000 — Earned All-American honors as a member of UCLA’s 12th place 200 Freestyle Relay and fifth-place 200 Medley Relay teams at the NCAA Championships …?Swam the first leg of the 400 Free Relay team that placed 18th at NCAAs …?Competed in the 100 Back at the NCAAs as well …?Placed 14th in the 100 Back and was top-20 in the 50 Free and 200 Back while swimming in UCLA’s 200 and 400 Free Relays at the Pac-10 Championships … Was a member of the 200 Free Relay team that finished first to help clinch the victory over Stanford.

High School — 1997 Junior National Champion in the 200 Back … Two-time State Champion in the 100 Back …?First-team All-American in the 100 Back and 50 Free as a sophomore … Second-team All-American in the 50 Free as a junior … Did not swim for her HS as a senior …?Voted team MVP all three years … Swam for the Shilshole Aquatic Club under coach Doug Rusk.

Personal — Born March 6, 1981, in Seattle, WA … Full name is LeAnne Piid Cadag… Daughter of Edwin and Patricia Cadag...Has a younger sister, Larissa…Chose to come to UCLA because of the combination of academic and athletic excellence…Majoring in history and minoring in Asian-American studies.