She is still a junior, but Lindsay Stenstrom has already picked out her college of choice. The Valor Christian High School swimmer has made a verbal commitment to UCLA for the 2019-2020 school year.
In 2017, Stenstrom won the 4A state championship in Colorado in the 50 freestyle. She also swam in not one, but two state champion relay teams for Valor Christian in 2018, the 200 free and the 400 free. Outside of school, Stenstrom is part of the Denver Swim Academy, where she focuses on the freestyle and backstroke. Her SCY personal bests are 23.98 in the 50 free, 51.55 in the 100 free, and 2:00.48 in the 200 back.
Stenstrom, who hails from Highlands Ranch, said that swimming for UCLA has been her dream since she was little, and is enthusiastic about the academic opportunities the school provides. Your text to link…
Stenstrom comes from an incredible athletic family. Both her mother and father were top collegiate athletes. Lori Stenstrom, formerly Heisick, won a national championship while swimming for Stanford. She is also the coach for the Valor Christian swim team. Stenstrom’s father, Steve, played football for Stanford, and spent time in the NFL with Chicago and San Francisco. Her older sister, Brooke, followed in the footsteps of her mother as she is in her sophomore season with the Stanford Swim Team.