Jessica Mosbaugh wins 200 breaststroke with record-setting performance.
Pepperdine enters the final day of the conference championship in fourth place.
Katie Giacobbe wins Chris Knorr Leadership Award.
Jessica Mosbaugh earns top-30 finish in 200 IM on day one of the Arena Classic.
Jessica Mosbaugh wins twice more on day two of the meet at Cal Poly.
SANTA ROSA JUNIOR COLLEGE/2011-13: California Community College Athletic Association All-American in 2012 and 2013 ... Swam two seasons for Santa Rosa Junior College, specializing in the 100 butterfly, 200 IM and 100 backstroke ... Also earned academic All-American distinction ... College-best marks include 59.2 (100 fly), 25.8 (50 fly) and 2:15.98 (200 IM) ... Helped team to a second-place finish at the 2013 Big 8 Conference championship ... Conference champion in the 400 freestyle relay ... Placed second at the state championship in the 400 freestyle relay.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Maria Carrillo High School in 2011 ... Four-year member of the varsity squad ... Helped bring home the North Bay League Championship in 2010 and 2011.
CLUB: Competed for the Twin Valley Aquatics club.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Maggie and Noah Cox ... Has one older sister, Kayla ... Volunteers at Camp Kindle, a pediatric AIDS summer camp. Says "It's close to my heart and my favorite part of the summer" ... Chose Pepperdine because "it's a perfect fit for me. It allows me to receive a prestigious education along with continuing my swim career in an ideal location" ... Aunt Vika (Malu) Bryant played volleyball for Pepperdine in 1994 and led the Waves in blocks that season ... Father Noah and uncle Greg both played football at San Jose State ... Greg went on to play for the 49ers and win a Super Bowl Championship in 1990.
FAVORITES: Shaquille O'Neal (pro athlete) ... San Francisco Giants (pro team) ... Mean Girls (movie) ... To Kill a Mockingbird and The Great Gatsby (books) ... Grey's Anatomy (tv show) ... Pineapple (food) ... Danny Wirick and Adele (musical artists) ... Badminton (sport other than swimming).