SUMMER 2013 Quah participated in the FINA World Cup for her native Singapore in Eindhoven, The Netherlands and Berlin, Germany ... tied for 10th in the 100 Fly (59.40), 12th in the 200 Individual Medley (2:18.25), 13th in the 200 Free, 17th in the 50 Fly (27.38) and 18th in the 100 Free (55.08) in The Netherlands ... was 12th in the 200 Free (1:58.80) and 100 Fly, 17th in the 100 IM (1:03.88), 18th in the 100 Free and 20th in the 50 Free (25.61) in Berlin ... swam at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona, placing 21st in the 200 Fly (2:14.10), 29th in the 200 Free and 38th in the 100 Free, also swimming in the 400 Free and Medley Relay ... also swam at the Singapore World Championship Trials, the Arena Grand Prix (Santa Clara, Calif.) and the Speedo Grand Challenge in Irvine.
2012-2013 Earned First Team and Honorable Mention (twice) CSCAA All-America accolades ... broke her own school record in the 100 Fly (52.08), finishing seventh overall, and was a part of the school-record breaking 800 Free Relay team (7:06.23, 13th) ... also placed 28th in both the 50 Free (22.54) and the 100 Free (49.17), and was a part of the 400 Free Relay squad (15th, 3:18.58) ... was fifth in the 100 Fly (52.13), eighth in the 50 Free (career-best 22.52) and eighth in the 100 Free (career-best 49.05) at the Pac-12s ... also swam in the 400 Free Relay (6th, 3:19.88), the 800 Free Relay (6th, 7:07.61) and the 400 Medley Relay (6th, 3:37.38) ... won the 200 Free (1:46.36, second-fastest UCLA all-time) at USC and was a part of the school-record breaking 200 Free Relay squad (1:30.16), also finishing second in the 100 Free and the 100 Fly versus the Trojans ... won three races at Cal (50 Free, 100 Free and 100 Fly) ... claimed the 100 Fly and placed second in the 100 Free and the 200 Free at Stanford ... won three events against SDSU/Kansas ... swam in the 50 and 100 Free at the AT&T Winter Nationals (Austin, Texas) and was a part of the 200 Free Relay (5th), 400 Free Relay (5th), 800 Free Relay (6th), 200 Medley Relay (6th) and 400 Medley Relay (7th) teams ... was fourth in the 100 Free and the 100 Fly and ninth in the 50 Free at the Arena Invite ... broke the 11-year-old, UCLA-Arizona meet record in the 200 Free (1:47.92) ... set a UCLA-ASU meet record in the 50 Free (23.30) and was second in the 100 and 200 Free against ASU ... named to Athletic Director’s Honor Roll all three quarters and earned CSCAA First Team Scholar All-American and Second Team Pac-12 All-Academic accolades ... received team Most Valuable Swimmer honors and the High Point Award for most points earned at Pac-12 dual meets, and the Pac-12 and NCAA Championships ... will be a team captain in ‘13-’14.
Swam at the Canadian Olympic Trials in Montreal.
2011-2012 Overcame surgery from a two-bone break in her arm to swim lifetime bests at the Pac-12s ... placed 16th in the 200 Free, 22nd in the 100 Free and 24th in the 50 Free ... swam on the winning 200 Free Relay that set new meet, facility and school records vs. USC ... also finished third in the 200 Free and fifth in the 100 Free vs. USC ... placed first in the 200 IM and second in both the 50 and 100 Free vs. Arizona ... was second in the 200 Free, third in the 100 Free and fourth in the 200 IM vs. ASU ... first in the 200 Free and second in both the 100 Free and 200 IM vs. UCSB ... Athletic Director’s Honor Roll ... Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention ... CSCAA Scholar All-America.
SUMMER 2011 Competed for Singapore in the 100/200 Free and 200 IM at the World University Games.
2010-2011 Placed 15th in the 200 Free, 23rd in the 100 Free and 27th in the 50 Free at Pac-10s ... was fourth in the 50 Free against USC ... won the 100 free against Cal, Boise State/WSU, San Diego/Idaho and Oregon State/UCSB ... placed fourth in both the 100 and 200 Free against Stanford ... placed first in both the 50 and 100 Free against UC Davis/LMU ... Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.
Competed for Singapore at the Pan Pacific Junior Championships.
PRIOR TO UCLA Was a member of Singapore’s 2008 Beijing Olympic team, competing in the 100 Free and 400 IM ... named Singapore’s Sports Girl of the Year for 2009 by Singapore media ... received the Zone Colours and National Colours Award from 2005-2009 ... also competed for Singapore at the 2009 Rome World Championships, 2007 Melbourne World Championships, 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games, 2006 Doha Asian Games and 2005 Montreal World Championships ... competed for Swimfast Aquatic Club under coach David Lim, the top club team in Singapore.
PERSONAL Born Aug. 18, 1992 in Singapore ... daughter of Tee and Anne Quah ... has one brother and sister, Zheng and Jing ... communications major.