2016-17 Women's Swimming
Victoria Bain Free/Breast
Emily Baumgartner Breast
Amanda Jenny Free
Rachel Law Free/Breast
Tara Lawson Back
Casey Main Fly
Brittney Malick Free/Fly/Back
Erica Martins Fly/Free
Betsy Pogue Free
Danielle Richardson Free/Fly
Makenzy Tibbot Free/Breast
Emily Trimpe Breast/Free
Paige Wright Free/Back
Vincenza Zaia Free/Back
Full Roster
Paige Wright

Paige Wright

Events Free/Back
Yr. Fr.
Hometown Surprise, Ariz.
High School (Prev. School) Paradise Honor

2018-19: Ranked as one of Valpo's fastest freestyle sprinters and backstroke swimmers as a junior ... moved into eighth place in program history in the 200 back (2:12.80) and 10th in the 100 free (54.03) ... qualified for a pair of 'C' finals at the MVC Championships, placing 20th in the 200 free and 23rd in the 100 back ... posted Valpo's top 200 free time of the year (1:57.17) ... ranked second on the team in the 100 free and the 100 back (59.44) ... ranked third in the 50 free (25.41) and the 200 back.

2017-18: Moved into ninth place in program history in the 100 free (54.05) and seventh place in the 200 free (1:56.05), pacing the Crusaders in both events ... also led Valpo in the 100 back (58.86) and was second-fastest on the team in the 50 free (25.16) ... finished 19th at the MVC Championships in the 200 free and 23rd in the 100 back ... named MVC Swimmer of the Week Nov. 14 after collecting three wins and four second-place finishes combined between individual and relay events in dual meets against Rose-Hulman and Saginaw Valley State.

2016-17: Paige made a big splash for Valpo as a newcomer. She broke the school record in the 100-back, setting the new standard at 58.68. She also had the best time on the team for the season in the 100-free, clocking in at 54.37. Her time in the 200-free was second-best among her teammates at 2:00.77, along with a 50-free time of 25.13. She was a huge contributor to the relays, as well. At the Horizon League Championships, Paige swam a leg on each one. As the anchor on the 200-medley relay, she helped move it into third-fastest all-time, with an overall time of 1:47.10. She swam the third leg in the 200-free relay, which is fourth-best in history, going 1:38.20. Paige anchored the 400-medley relay as well, pushing it into fifth-place all-time with a time of 4:01.50. Recording a combined time of 3:37.20, the 400-free relay is now sixth-best in the record books with Paige leading off. And the 800-free relay, with Paige going first, wound up eighth-best in Valpo history with a time of 7:56.32.

Prep: Six-year member of the Arizona Swimming Gauchos…competed in the Arizona State (SCY/LCM) from 2010-16…2015 western speedo sectional swimmer…2014 western zones participant…three-time National Honor Society member…graduated with honors…top-ten percent of her graduating class.

Personal: Daughter of Jennifer and Stephen Wright…major is history.