Kim Davis
    Kim Davis


    Brentwood, TN

    High School:




    Schroeder sets school record at TYR Invitational

    Falcons sit in third place after day two; Meet concludes on Sunday, Nov. 23


    Miller sets school record in 500 free

    Falcons in third place after Day One at TYR Invitation at Northwestern University


    Men beat Grand Canyon in swimming; Wom,en fall to Grand Canyon and DU



    Men beat Grand Canyon; Women fall to Grand Canyon and DU

    Air Force men win 161.50-131.50 and improve to 11-4 overall this season; Women fall to 2-4 this season


    Falcons host dual meets on Nov. 8

    Men host Grand Canyon while women host both Grand Canyon and Denver


    Air Force vs. Nebraska Omaha - Oct. 15, 2011

    Air Force vs. Nebraska Omaha - Oct. 15, 2011

    PERSONAL BESTS 50 free 23.64^ 100 free 50.20* 100 fly 58.08 100 breast 1:05.15^ 200 free 1:48.48* 200 breast 2:14.52* 200 IM 1:59.15* 400 IM 4:13.43* 200 free relay 1:33.04^ 400 free relay 3:22.63* 800 free relay 7:17.34* 200 medley relay 1:41.47* * School Record ^ Academy Top 10

    2013-14 (JUNIOR): Team MVP ... Outstanding Junior year, ranked No. 1 at the Academy recording a school record in the 200 breast (2:14.52) also led the team in the 100 free (50.54), 200 individual medley (2:00.31), and 400 individual medley (4:13.84) ... achieved multiple school records in relays at MW Championships to include 400 free relay (3:22.63), 800 free relay (7:17.34), and 200 medley relay (1:41.47) ... also a part of the 200 free relay team ranked first on the team (1:33.04) ... ranked second on the team (#6 Academy all-time) for the 100 breast (1:05.15) ... relay lead-off leg and second ranked on the team for both 50 free (23.75) and the 200 free (1:49.36) ... ranked fourth on the team for 100 fly (58.08)

    2012-13 (SOPHOMORE): Team MVP for second-straight year...set eight school records--five individual and three relays at 2013 MW Championships...set school records in 100 free (50.20) and 200 free (1:48.48) leading off school-record 400 and 800 free relays at MW Championships...also set school records in 200 IM (1:59.15), 400 IM (4:13.43) and 200 breast (2:15.17) at MW Championships...anchored record-setting 200 medley relay as well...All-Mountain West in 200 and 400 IM...also swam the third-fastest 50 free time (23.64) and eighth-fastest 100 breast time (1:05.39) in Academy history...MW all-academic for second time.

    2011-12 (FRESHMAN): Team MVP...set school records in 200 IM, 400 IM and 200 breast...first ever Air Force women's swimmer to qualify and participate in U.S. Olympic Trials...set school record in 200 IM with a time of 2:02.45 and 200 breast with a time of 2:16.78 at MW Championships...set school record in 400 IM at Houston Cougar Invite with a time of 100 breast time is 1:06.17, which is ninth-fastest time at Academy...also swam fastest 1000 free time on team (10:36.62)...on fastest 800 free, 200 medley and 400 medley relay groups...placed 100th in 200 meter breast at 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials with a time of 2:40.26...MW all-academic.

    HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Lettered four years in swimming...200 breaststroke time was top 10 in the nation for 18 year olds...national and junior national qualifier...on the Principal's list every semester...high school swim coach was Angel Curtiss...swam club for Excel Aquatics, coached by Mark Walker.

    PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 13...major is biology...has an older sister...hobbies are watching Grey's Anatomy and napping...favorite food is cookies...favorite movie is Star Trek...something most people don't know about her is that she is lactose intolerant...credits Caroline Bechtel as having the biggest influence on her sports career...if she could be on any TV show, it would be the Amazing Race with her sister...has country music on her iPod...favorite quote is: "Don't look back. Something might be gaining on you"...favorite athlete is McKayla Maroney...pre-race ritual is to have fun and not eat an entire thing of macaroni and a jalapeño bagel 10 minutes before my race...daughter of John and Tara Davis.

    Inside Women's Swimming