Summer 2001— Placed 16th in the 200 Fly and 21st in the 100 Fly at US Nationals.
2000-2001— At the NCAA Championships, competed in the 100 and 200 Fly …?Swam season bests in the 100 Fly (54.54) and 200 Fly (2:00.65) at the Texas Invitational …?Finished third in the 200 Fly against Arizona State, Arizona and Stanford …?Had 12 top-five finishes …?Earned Verizon Academic All-America third team honors, All-Academic First Team honors for District VIII and first team Pac-10 All-Academic team honors …?Named Most Dedicated by her teammates and won the team Academic Excellence award …?On the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.
Summer 2000 — Finished 24th (1:01.80) in the 100 Fly and competed in the 200 Fly at U.S. Olympic Trials.
1999-2000 — Ranked 19th in the 100 and 200 Fly in the World Rankings for short course, meters …?Earned two All-America certificates, placing fourth in the 200 Fly and fifth in the 100 Fly at the NCAA Championships …?Her times in the 100 Fly (53.39) and 200 Fly (1:56.89) were each the second fastest in school history …?Also competed in the 500 Free at NCAAs , finishing 21st …?Swam the anchor leg of the 400 Free relay team that placed 18th …?Captured seventh in the 200 Fly and 10th in the 100 Fly at the Pac-10 Championships …?Also claimed 16th in the 500 Free at Pac-10s …?Won the 200 Fly against Washington State and UC Santa Barbara …?Finished second in the 200 Fly against Arizona State, Arizona, California and USC …?Finished the year with 17 top-three finishes …?Named Most Dedicated by her teammates …?Earned Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Academic Honors...On the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.
1998-99 — Earned three All-America certificates at her first NCAA Championships … Finished fourth in the 200 Fly at NCAAs, recording the second-fastest time in school history with a 1:57.88 mark … Claimed 12th place in the 100 Fly at NCAAs with a time of 54.50 … Swam the anchor leg of UCLA’s 14th place 400 Free Relay team and the leadoff leg of the Bruins’ 18th place 800 Free Relay team … Recorded the eighth-fastest 500 Free time (4:49.58) in school history, finishing 21st at NCAAs … Finished second in the 200 Fly, ninth in the 500 Free and 13th in the 100 Fly at Pac-10s … Won nine races and placed in the top-three 23 times … Claimed second in the 200 Fly against Stanford, USC and Cal … Won the 200 Fly at the Husker Shoot Out, the Husky Invite and against Washington State and Fresno State … Won the 100 and 200 Fly against Washington State and Fresno State and the 500 and 1000 Free against Rice … In her first collegiate meet, won the 200 Fly and the 500 Free against San Diego …?Finished second in the 100 Fly against Stanford and third against Cal … Named Outstanding Freshman and Most Dedicated by her teammates...On the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.
High School — Earned All-American honors in 100 Fly and 500 Free all four years … Winner of five individual CIF events … Helped lead her team to three CIF titles … Recorded new league records in the 100 Fly, 200 Free and 500 Free … Member of the 1995 Long Course Junior Nationals Team Champions … Qualified for the 1996 U.S. Olympic Trials after winning the 200 Fly at the 1995 Junior Nationals.
Personal — Born February 17, 1980, in Sacramento, CA … Full name is Kathryn Ellen Younglove … Daughter of Gary and Diane Younglove … Enjoys drawing … Chose to come to UCLA because she loves everything about it … Communication Studies major.