Sarah Vinezeano is currently a swimmer at Texas A&M, where she has intentions to major in either Business or Health. Vinezeano was born in Chicago, Ill., but she was raised in Allen, Texas and attended Allen High School. She’s the oldest of two siblings, and has been swimming since she was 10 years old – she competed at Metro Aquatics for seven years under Brent Mitchell. As a swimmer at Allen she helped the team win three district team titles and two regional crowns while serving as Team Captain her junior and senior year. Vinezeano swims butterfly and freestyle, but she has worked to develop her backstroke during her freshman year as an Aggie; although she’s been swimming for nearly 10 years, she still has a fear of sharks.
Vinezeano is currently in her freshman season as an Aggie. She didn’t swim at the SEC Championships, she focused on the Speedo Champions Series meet as her end of the season competition. She focused on the 200-length events.
When competing for Allen, Vinezeano was a seven-time Texas Class 5A regional champion. She was also earned USA Swimming Scholastic All-America honors in the 2012-2013 season, and she owns five school records.