2015 Camps
Princeton M. Swimming & Diving BIO
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 Corey Okubo

At Princeton — 2015-16: led Princeton to dramatic final-session comeback at 2016 Ivy Championships by winning the 200 back in 1:43.07 and placing second in the 200 fly in 1:44.44 … also placed second in the 400 IM in 3:46.04 … qualified for NCAA Championships as an individual and competed in the 200/400 IM and 200 fly; best finish was 30th in the 400 IM … set the Princeton record in the 200 back with an Ivy prelim time of 1:42.52; moved to fourth on the 200 fly list in 1:44.18 … won the 200 fly to help Princeton win its first H-Y-P meet since 2012. 2014-15: broke the Princeton record and qualified for the NCAA Championships by winning the 400 IM in 3:43.95 to help Princeton reclaim the Ivy League championship … earned first-team All-Ivy League honors in the 400 IM and second-team All-Ivy honors in the 200 fly; time of 1:44.52 is third-fastest in Princeton history … placed fifth in the 200 back; time of 1:43.86 is also third-fastest in Princeton history … also moved into the Princeton all-time Top 10 in the 100 fly … recipient of the William B. Nash Memorial Trophy for outstanding performance and sportsmanship by a freshman.

Before Princeton — ranked third among all incoming recruits nationally by collegeswimming.com … won the 2014 Junior National Championship in the 200 fly … competed at the Pan Pac and the Junior Pan Pac Championships … member of the National Junior Team (200 back, 200 fly, 400 IM) … competed in four events at the 2012 Olympic Trials, including 18th-place finish in the 200 fly … five-time All-America … competed at both Summer and Winter Nationals and Junior Nationals.

Personal — born Oct. 20, 1995 … son of Eddie and Tamayo Okubo.

Position: FLY/BACK/IM
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Irvine, Calif.
High School: University
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