Alison Epple
Alison Epple
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Bend, OR
High School: Summit HS
Experience: 2Y

2018-19 -- Named to the All-Conference Second Team for a third straight year ... won the 400 IM in a dual meet against UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 2 and the 400 IM in a dual meet win over Pepperdine Nov. 3 ... earned MPSF All-Academic honors for the second straight year ... had the team's best season time in the 400 IM of 4:23.71 during the MPSF Championships

2017-18 -- Made the All-Conference Second Team for a second year in a row to start her collegiate career ... as a sophomore, came in seventh place at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships for the 400-yard individual medley, clocking a time of 4 minutes, 21.92 seconds in Monterey Park ... had the team’s top 400 IM time of the season, 4:21.62 (ranked No. 4 in school history), on Feb. 16 at the prelims for the Conference Finals ... also had the squad’s second-leading 200-yard IM performance: 2:03.49, at the MPSF meet on Feb. 15, when she won the consolation final and moved to No. 4 all-time at Cal Poly for the event ... earned a season-best 200-yard backstroke time of 2:02.73 on Feb. 17 (another result posted at the conference championships), as well as a 100 back performance of 1:00.91 on Sept. 28 vs. Washington State ... also made the MPSF All-Academic Team.

2016-17 -- Earned All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation second-team accolades as a true freshman ... came in fifth place at the Conference Finals for the 400-yard individual medley, via a time of 4:22.82 on Feb. 17 ... ranked No. 2 on the team in each medley event, as she also posted a 200 IM effort of 2:04.30.

Prep -- Swam the 400 IM at Summit High School in Bend, Ore.; led team to state championship ... named an All-American ... set the state record for the 200 free relay, and also broke program records for the 200 IM and 100 free.

Personal -- Born in Portland, Ore. ... daughter of Jason and Trisha Epple; has two brothers, Grant and Jake, and one sister Carley ... majoring in Journalism ... chose Cal Poly because of the academics, the town and the sun.