2015-16 Sophomore Season: Competed in the first two meets of the season before sustaining in an injury.
2014-15 Freshman Season: Letter winner • At the 2015 B1G Championships, Grobe competed in the 100 breast, 200 breast and 50 free (2/19-2/21) • Placed 11th in both the 100 breast and 200 breast at the 2015 B1G Triple Dual (1/30-1/31) • Finished 8th in the 100 breast against N.C. State (1/23) • Finished 6th in the 100 breast and 8th in the 200 breast at Hawaii (1/7) • At the 2014 Jean K. Freeman Invite, Grobe placed 14th in the 100 breast and 15th in the 200 breast (11/20-11/21) • Finished 47th in the 100 breast and 42nd in the 200 breast at the 2014 Arena Grand Prix at Minneapolis (11/20-11/21) • Placed 7th in the 200 breast vs. Florida (11/8) • Took 6th in the 100 breast and 8th in the 200 breast in the dual against Iowa (10/31) • Vs. North Dakota, Grobe finished 6th in the 50 breast (10/24) • Took 5th in the 100 breast against Wisconsin (10/17) • At Arizona State, Grobe placed 7th in the 100 breast.
High School: A 2014 graduate of Chanhassen High School • high school coach, Kristen Nicholson • club coach Kate Lundsten • swam for Aquajets Swim Club in addition to Chanhassen High School • six-timeletter winner in both swimming and diving • three-time All-Conference • three-time All-State • two-time All-American • Scholastic All-American • Excel Award winner • National Honor Society member • AP Scholar
Personal: Born December 4, 1995 • daughter of Joy and Paul • has one younger sibling, Kaia, who has committed to the University of Minnesota for swimming, class of 2019 • mother, Joy was a diver for the University of Minnesota for one year • father, Paul was a football player for the University of North Dakota for two years
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Zhou, Chen Win Third-Straight B1G Awards
Yu Zhou's NCAA 3-meter title was among Minnesota's seven All-American diving performances last week.
Gophers Place 10th, Earn National Awards
Smith's record-breaking 200 breaststroke race and Tenenbaum's third All-America award highlighted Saturday.
Zhou Wins Second NCAA Championship
Horejsi's runner-up finish highlighted five additional All-America performances as Minnesota moved into seventh place.