Ryan Huizing
Ryan Huizing
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Fort Wayne, Ind.
High School: Carroll
Events: Butterfly/Freestyle
Major: Undeclared
Previous Team: Northwest Aquatic Club

Best Times:    100 Fly:   48.08            100 LCM Fly:   54.61 *Olympic Trials

50 Free:  20.23            100 Free:         45.04

Club:  Northwest Aquatic Club


2018-2019 (Junior): 100-yard butterfly: 16th place at Ivies… Third place at Cornell… Second place at Penn vs. Dartmouth… Second place vs. Seton Hall… First place vs. Columbia… First place at MIT… 50-yard freestyle: 17th place at Ivies… Third place at Cornell… Second place vs. Seton Hall… Third place at Penn vs. Dartmouth… First place at Southern Connecticut.

2017-2018 (Sophomore): Swam butterfly in the 200-yard medley relay at the 2017 Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships... 100-yard butterfly: Third place vs. Brown… Second place at Columbia… Second place at Dartmouth vs. Penn… Second place vs. Cornell… Fourth place at Harvard vs. Princeton… 50-yard freestyle: Fourth place vs. Brown… Fifth place at Columbia… Third place vs. Cornell… 10th place at Harvard vs. Princeton… 100-yard freestyle: First place vs. Southern Connecticut.

2016-2017 (First Year): Swam butterfly in the 200-yard medley relay at the 2017 Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships... 100-yard butterfly: 23rd place place at Ivies with a season best time of 49.14... Third place vs. Columbia… First place vs. Boston University and UConn… Fifth place at Cornell… Fifth place vs. Harvard and Princeton… 50-yard freestyle: 19th place at Ivies with a season best time of 20.87... Fifth place vs. Columbia… Third place vs. Boston University and UConn… Fourth place Dartmouth and Penn… Fifth place at Penn State.

Before Yale:  U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier in 100 Fly… Two-time Indiana High School state champion… Two-time USA Swimming National Top Ten award winner… Three-time NCSA Junior National runner-up in the 50 fly and 100 fly… Three-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American… Seven-time NISCA All-American… Indiana Swimming Olympic Development Camp selection.

Personal:  Member of National Honor Society… Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity… Plans to study economics and political science.

Why Yale: Yale's unique combination of academic rigor and athletic excellence set the university apart from all others.”