SAN DIEGO STATE 2013-14
Was limited by injury over the second half of the season ... Competed primarily in the butterfly and individual medley events ... Top mark in the 100 fly (56.72) came at the Arena Invitational on Nov. 22 ... Best time in the 200 fly was a 2:08.21 on Nov. 23 during that same meet ... Set personal best in the 200 individual medley (2:07.98) at the Arena Invitational (Nov. 21) ... Named to the 2014 Mountain West All-Academic Team.
Competed for two seasons at Santa Rosa Junior College under Head Coach Jill McCormick ... Was team captain as well as team MVP both seasons at SRJC ... A two-time Academic All-American and Big 8 Conference MVP... In 2013 won the state championship in the 100 butterfly (56.73), 100 individual medley (57.67) and 200 individual medley (2:06.25) ... All three times were new school records with her mark in the 100 butterfly establishing a state record ... Was named the outstanding performer of the meet as SJRC finished fourth ... Was named the California Community College Athletic Association Female Swimmer of the Year in 2012 after going undefeated at both State and Conference Championships ... In 2012 helped lead Santa Rosa JC to a third-place finish at the CCCAA State finals ... At the state meet she won three events including the 100 and 200 individual medleys (times for 57.99 and 2:07.07 respectively) along with the 100 fly (57.06) ... Also swam on a pair of relays teams (200 and 400 medley) that placed sixth of 33 teams ... Her performance there earned here the meet's co-Swimmer of the Year award ... Dean's List student.
Was a varsity swimmer for one season at Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa, Calif. ... Was coached there by Kara Meyer.
Alexandria Motalamah Holland was born April 12, 1992, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Daughter of Ja-net Hintzell-Holland and David Holland ... Enjoys hiking, boating, singing and all sports ... Was a dance for seven years before beginning swimming career at age 12 ... Was also recruited by UC San Diego ... A business marketing major at SDSU.