|Hometown:||Thousand Oaks, Calif.|
|High School:||Oaks Christian|
Was the 2011 national runner-up in the 100 breast (51.63) at the 2011 NCAA championships
Was the 2011 Pac-10 champion in the 200 breast (1:54.42) and runner-up in the 100 breast
Earned All-America honors with a seventh-place finish in the 200 breast (1:53.90) at the 2009 NCAA championships
Was the 2009 Pac-10 champion in the 200 breast (1:54.22) and placed second in the 200 IM (1:44.10)
Has the school's second-best all-time mark in the 100 breast (51.63), third-best all-time mark in the 200 IM (1:44.10) and third-best time in the 200 breast (1:53.78)
Was 2011 and 2010 second-team Pac-10 All-Academic National Success
Placed 11th in the 200 breast (2:15.91) at the 2009 World Championship Trials
High School Success
Won the 2008 CIF Southern Section Division III titles in the 100 breast (56.25) and the 200 IM (1:50.06) in record times
Named the Swimmer of the Year by the L.A. Daily News (2007) and Ventura County Star (2007 and 2008)
Helped Oaks Christian High School to four-straight (2005-08) CIF Southern Section Division III titles
Parents are Dave Koon and Jeanne Betzendorfer
Majoring in political economies of industrial societies
Born May 3, 1990, in Tacoma, Wash.
100 Breast 51.63
200 Breast 1:53.78
200 IM 1:44.10
100 Breast 1:01.88
200 Breast 2:15.06
200 IM 2:02.84
Why did you choose Cal?
I really liked the team and the school when I visited. All the guys on the team were awesome and I believed in Dave and the vision he had of the program's future.
Where do you see yourself after graduation?
I'd like to continue my education here at Cal after I graduate and possibly continue training.
What is your favorite memory at Cal so far?
It was my first week here. It was a big change from home. I had a lot of fun meeting people, hanging out with all the teammates and having the feeling of being on my own.
What are your swimming goals for this year and for the rest of your college swimming career?
I want to contribute to the team in practice, dual meets, Pac 10s and possibly make the NCAA team.