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Jennifer Clayton
Year: Senior
Hometown: Marietta, GA
High School: Kell High
Experience: 3 Letters
Jennifer Clayton Bio
Courtesy: GeorgiaSouthernEagles.com
Release: 09/20/2007

2006-07: Set a GSU record as a member of the 200y Free Relay team, taking second at the conference championships with a time of 1:36.50...Also achieved two personal bests at NECs: 24.35 in the 50y Free (fourth) and 54.40 in the 100y Free (prelims)...Titled in the 50y Free at home against Radford (25.50)...Received All-NEC honors in the 200y Free.

2005-06: Set three personal best records: 50y Free (24.74, NEC Championships), 100y Fly (1:01.16, NEC Championships), and the 100y Free (55.30, UNF)...Helped the 200y Medley Relay team win by two seconds at the Radford Invitational...Member of the pool record setting 200y Free Relay team with a time of 1:40.42...Also a member of the 400y Free Relay team...Saw first place finish in the 50y Free over Campbell.

2004-05:  At NEC Championships:  member of school-record-setting 200y Medley Relay team (1:47.49), member of the 200y Free Relay team that claimed third (1:38.44) and individually, placed sixth overall in 50y Free with a time of 25.05...Member of multiple first place relay teams: the 200y Medley Relay took first against Gardner-Webb (1:50.70), the 400y Medley Relay titled at the Florida International and North Florida dual meet (4:02.28) and the 200y Free Relay team claimed first against Gardner-Webb (1:41.34) setting a season best time...Posted a first place finish in 100y Free (58.36) against Campbell.

Prep:  Graduated from Kell High School, where current teammate Jenna Tennant also prepped...Named to the Cobb County Second Team and was state qualifier all four years...As a senior, was team MVP and earned recognition as Marietta Daily Journal Athlete of the Week...Earned Principal’s Award and was student body president...Four year letter winner.

Personal:  Born May 16, 1986 in Marietta, Ga...The daughter of Mark and Cindy Clayton ... Majoring in public relations and advertisement...Retired Texas A&M swimmer and former teammate Kelsey Savage is the athlete she admires most...No. 1 sports highlight was swimming the 50y Freestyle in 24.7 at the 2006 Northeast Conference Championships...Hobbies include art, music, reading and writing.