Women's Swimming

Alison Meng
Alison Meng


Lodi, Wis.

High School:
Sauk Prairie



45 Illini Recognized as Big Ten Distinguished Scholars

Student-Athletes Honored for Earning GPAs of 3.7 or Higher, Including Seven 4.0 GPAs at Illinois


Meng Breaks School Record in 100 Back

Illini in Second After Day Two


Record Breaking Day For Illini Swimming

Illini Break Three Pool Records In Victory Over Kansas


Illini Host Kansas Saturday at ARC Pool

Look to Improve on 4-2 Start


Illini Sweep All 14 Swimming Events in Rout of ISU

Illinois avenges last year's loss with a 206-94 trouncing

Sophomore 2012-13 - Set school records in both the 50-yard backstroke (25.57) and 100-yard backstroke (55.11) at the Big Ten Championships ... Also set a school record in the 50-yard butterfly at the TYR Invitational ... Posted nine of the 10 fastest times on the team in the 100-yard backstroke ... Set an ARC Pool record in the 100 back in the dual meet against Michigan State ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.

Freshman 2011-12 - Ranks first in the 50 back (25.88), third in the 100 back (55.71), eighth in the 200 back (2:02.71), second in the 50 fly (25.64) and sixth in the 100 fly (56.02) on Illinois' all-time fastest individuals list ... Earned Newcomer of the Year accolades at the team awards banquet ... Honorable Mention Scholar-All American by CSCAA.

High School - Four-year letterwinner in swimming and one-time letterwinner in soccer at Sauk Prairie High School ... Five-time state champion ... Broke state record in the 100 fly ... Academic All-State honoree in 2010 ... Garnered All-America honors in 400 free relay, 200 medley relay, 100 back and 100 fly (2008-2010) ... Helped her team finish fourth in the state championships (2008) ... Helped her 400 free relay team to a first-place finish in the state championships (2008) ... Swam for Waunakee Rural Aquatic Team ... Helped her club team to a state title in the long course (2010) ... Three-time individual state champion with her club team.

Personal - Born April 25, 1993 ... Parents are Denleigh and Karen Meng ... Majoring in kinesiology ... Plans to become a physical therapist ... Enjoys tubing, snowboarding, wakeboarding, water skiing, spending time with friends, watching movies, reading, playing soccer and spending time outdoors ... Lists swimmer Natalie Coughlin as her favorite athlete.