On Mallon:Won the conference title in the 100-butterfly last season ... an NCAA qualifier in both the 100- and 200-fly ... her coaches are looking for her to defend her conference title and score in the NCAAs.
As a Junior (2001-02): Earned All-ACC honors after becoming the fifth Maryland woman to win an individual championship at the ACC Championships ... came in first and broke her own school record in the 100-fly (54.01) at the ACCs ... had three other top-10 finishes at the conference championships, finishing fourth in the 200-medley (1:44.50) and 400-medley (3:47.84) relay teams ... also a member of the 400-free relay team that finished fifth at the ACCs (3:24.21) ... qualified for the NCAA Championships in two events, finishing 30th in the 100-fly (54.79) and 29th in the 200-fly (2:00.27) ... finished the season as one of the top-three point scorers on the team ... won the 200-fly (2:03.32) and was a member of the winning 400-medley relay team (3:54.07) vs. NC State ... took home top honors in the 200-fly (2:02.65) vs. Florida State ... swam with the winning 400-medley relay team (3:54.41) vs. Duke ... also won the 200-fly (2:05.24) against the Blue Devils ... again won the 200-fly (2:04.91) against Ohio State and Virginia tech ... came in second in the 100-free (52.50) vs. Georgia Tech ... won both the 100-fly (55.01) and the 200-fly (2:01.22) at the Terrapin Cup Invitational ... swept both butterfly events again vs. Pittsburgh and Villanova ... member of the 400-free relay team vs. North Carolina (3:29.79) ... also won of the 100-fly (56.57) against the Tar Heels ... garnered multiple victories at Virginia, in the 200-medley relay (1:45.47), the 100-fly (55.99) and the 400-free relay (3:27.05).
As a Sophomore (2000-01): Was once again one of the top swimmers in the ACC ... placed second in the 100-fly (55.00) at the ACC Championships ... turned in her second top-ten performance of the championships in the 200-fly (2:01.52), placing sixth ... also part of two third-place relay teams in the 200-medley and the 400-medley at the conference meet ... finished 26th at the NCAA Championships in the 100-fly (55.48) and 31st in the 200-fly (2:02.95) ... garnered two victories at Virginia Tech in the 100-fly (56.18) and the 200-medley relay (1:45.54) ... first in the 100-fly (56.53) at home vs. Howard and Villanova ... part of the winning 400-medley relay (3:51.53) and the 200-fly (2:04.44) in the first ACC meet of the season against NC State ... double winner in both the 400-medley relay (3:56.48) and the 200-fly (2:04.30) at UMBC ... tallied another two victories vs. George Washington in both the 200-medley relay (1:46.76) and the 100-fly (57.07) ... part of the winning 200-medley relay (1:45.12) and the 100-fly (56.30) against Pittsburgh ... won the 200-fly (2:02.94) and the 100-fly (56.34) at home vs. No. 15 Penn State ... first in the 100-fly (56.00) at No. 8 North Carolina.
As a Freshman (1999-00): Set the school and pool record in the 100-yard butterfly (54.5) ... also established a new school record in the 200-yard butterfly (2:00.32) ... joined Jeanine Lloyd, Kelly Bowman and Jen Hough in breaking the school record in the 800-yard freestyle relay in a time of 7:30.34 ... finished second at the 2000 ACC Championships in the 100-yard butterfly (54.51) and third in the 200-yard butterfly (2:00.32) ... won the 200-yard butterfly seven times last season ... placed first in the 100-yard butterfly three times in regular season meets.
Before Maryland: Set the Virginia state record in the 100-yard butterfly in 1996 which she broke in 1997 and again in 1998
a four-year MVP at Washington-Lee High School, Mallon holds the school records in the 100-yard butterfly, 50- and 100-yard freestyle, as well as records in relay events
she captained her high school team in 1999 and went to Senior Nationals in the 100- and 200-yard butterfly in both 1998 and 1999.
Personal: Born on Feb. 28, 1981 parents are John and Sandra Mallon majoring in education she is one of 10 children.