Former WHS student helps Purdue swim team win intercollegiates
Windsor High School graduate Allie Davis has brought her legacy of championship swimming to Purdue University in Indiana.
In the university’s first weekend of the swimming season against Miama University in Ohio, Davis won the 200 meter, 500 meter and 1,000 meter freestyle races. She received the team’s Boilermaker award for her performance.
Davis graduated in 2012. During her time at WHS, Davis was a four-year team MVP and twice was voted the school’s Female Athlete of the Year. She helped WHS win three Sonoma County League titles. In 2009, she was named Female Swimming Athlete of the Year by the Press Democrat.
Davis is the most decorated athlete in Sonoma County League history, and is a seven-time NISCAA All-American in the 200 and 500 meter freestyle. When she was 12, Davis won the women’s division of the Alcatraz Invitational Swim.
At Purdue, Davis is majoring in psychology. The Boilermaker’s next meet is Nov. 2 at Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind.