Siobhan Haughey

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College (Michigan)

2015-2016

Haughey made an immediate impact at Michigan as a freshman. At the Big Ten Championships , she won the 100-yard Freestyle (47.71), 200-yard Freestyle (1:43.51) and 200-yard IM (1:54.97). This earned her Big Ten Swimmer of the Championships. She also swam on Michigan’s winning 400 and 800 free relays.

At the NCAA Championships, Haughey finished 5th in 200-yard Freestyle (1:43.35), 11th in 100-yard Freestyle (48.26) and 12th in 200-yard IM (1:56.01). Also swam on 200-yard Freestyle Relay, 400-yard Freestyle Relay, 800-yard Freestyle Relay and 400-yard Medley Relay.

She was a CSCAA All-American (2016: 200-yard Freestyle) and five-time CSCAA All-America Honorable Mention (2016: 100-yard Freestyle, 200-yard IM, 200-yard Freestyle Relay, 400-yard Freestyle Relay, 800-yard Freestyle Relay).

2016-2017

Two-time Big Ten champion (200-yard Freestyle, 800-yard Freestyle Relay)

At the Big Ten Championships, Haughey finished 1st in the 200-yard Freestyle (1:42.49) and 2nd in the 100-yard Freestyle (47.70). Was also DQed in 200-yard IM after initially being declared winner (did not finish on back during backstroke leg). She aided in the victories of Michigan’s winning 200 and 800 free relays.

At the 2017 NCAA Championships, Haughey finished 4th in the 200-yard Freestyle (1:41.21), 10th in the 100-yard Freestyle (47.39) and 11th in the 200-yard IM (1:55.09). She was two-time CSCAA All-American (200-yard Freestyle, 800-yard Freestyle Relay) and four-time CSCAA All-America Honorable Mention (100-yard Freestyle, 200-yard IM, 400-yard Freestyle Relay, 400-yard Medley Relay).

For her accomplishments in and out of the pool, Haughey earned All-Big Ten (First Team), CSCAA Scholar All-American, and Academic All-Big Ten.

2017-2018

At the Big Ten Championships Haughey won the 200-yard IM (1:53.59) and the 200-yard Freestyle (1:41.66) and finished 2nd in the 100-yard Freestyle (47.54), as well as aiding the 400 free relay to a Big Ten title.

At the 2018 NCAA Championships, Haughey earned national runner-up in the 200-yard Freestyle (1:40.69), finished 4th in the 100-yard Freestyle (46.91) and 9th in the 200-yard IM (1:53.53).

She was five-time CSCAA All-American (100-yard Freestyle, 200-yard Freestyle, 200-yard Freestyle Relay, 400-yard Freestyle Relay, 800-yard Freestyle Relay) and two-time CSCAA All-America Honorable Mention (200-yard IM, 400-yard Medley Relay).

For her accomplishments in and out of the pool, Haughey earned All-Big Ten (First Team), CSCAA Scholar All-American, Academic All-Big Ten, and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.

2018-2019

Haughey saved the best for last in her senior year at Michigan. At the Big Ten Championships, Haughey won the 100-yard Freestyle (47.06) and 200-yard Freestyle (1:41.57), and finished 2nd in the 200-yard IM (1:52.36). She garnered a total of 5 Big Ten titles in the 100-yard Freestyle, 200-yard Freestyle, 200-yard Freestyle Relay, 400-yard Freestyle Relay, and 800-yard Freestyle Relay. This earned her honors of All-Big Ten (First Team) and Academic All-Big Ten.

At the NCAA Championships, Haughey finished 3rd in 100-yard Freestyle (46.64) and 3rd in 200-yard Freestyle (1:40.70). She was DQed in the 200-yard IM prelims. She earned a total of 6 All-American honors, competing in the 100-yard Freestyle, 200-yard Freestyle, 200-yard Freestyle Relay, 400-yard Freestyle Relay, 800-yard Freestyle Relay, and 400-yard Medley Relay.

National/International Competition

2014 Asian Games (Incheon, South Korea)

In Incheon, Haughey anchored all 3 (400 free, 800 free, 400 medley) of Hong Kong’s relays to bronze medals.

2016 Olympics (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Siobhan Haughey represented Hong Kong in Rio, reaching the semifinals in the 200 free and finishing 13th overall.

2017 World Championships (Budapest, Hungary)

Haughey finished 5th in the 200 freestyle (1:55.96) and 14th in the 100 freestyle (54.05) individually. She also swam leadoff leg of Hong Kong’s 4×100-meter freestyle relay (53.99) and breaststroke leg of 4×100-meter medley relay.

2017 World University Games (Taipei, Taiwan)

At the 2017 Universiade, Haughey won gold medals in both the 100 freestyle (54.10) and 200 freestyle (1:56.71).

62nd Festival of Sport (Hong Kong)

Haughey Qualified for the 2019 World Championships and 2020 Olympics at the 2019 Festival of Sport in Hong Kong, hitting the FINA A standard in the 100 freestyle (53.59) and 200 free, racing a 1:57.16 in the first half of the 400 freestyle.

International Medals

Place Event Year Meet
Bronze 400 Freestyle Relay 2014 Asian Games
Bronze 800 Freestyle Relay 2014 Asian Games
Bronze 400 Medley Relay 2014 Asian Games

Best Times

Course Event Time Date Meet
scy 100 Free 46.64 03/23/19 NCAA Championships
Austin, Texas
scy 200 Free 1:40.69 03/16/18 NCAA Championships
Columbus, Ohio
scy 200 IM 1:52.36 02/21/19 Big Ten Championships
Bloomington, Ind.
lcm 100 Free 53.32 06/08/19 2019 Mare Nostrum
Monaco
lcm 200 Free 1:54.96 07/24/19 2019 World Championships
Gwangju, South Korea
Robbie Mertz, Siobhan Haughey - courtesy Michigan Athletics Siobhan Haughey (photo: Jack Spitser) Maggie MacNeil Catie DeLoof Siobhan Haughey Daria Pyshnenko (photo: Jack Spitser) Rose Bi Siobhan Haughey Catie DeLoof Sierra Schmidt (photo: Jack Spitser) Siobhan Haughey (photo: Jack Spitser) Siobhan Haughey (photo: Jack Spitser) Siobhan_Haughey - courtesy Michigan Athletics

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