Sarah Gladstone
Sarah Gladstone
Year: 2020
Hometown: Brookline, Mass.
High School: Brookline
Position: Breast/IM
Major: Psychology

Link to CollegeSwimming.com Career Statistics

Collegiate Career Honors:

  • 2x NEWMAC Women's Swimming & Diving Academic All-Conference (2017-18, 2018-19) 

Collegiate Personal Records:

  • 50 Y Free - 28.35: Seven Sisters Championship, January 21, 2017
  • 100 Y Free - 1:00.13: MIT Invitational, December 04, 2016
  • 200 Y Free - 2:16.16: Babson vs. Coast Guard, January 05, 2017
  • 500 Y Free - 5:45.85: 2017 NEWMAC Championships, February 17, 2017
  • 100 Y Breast - 1:13.94: 2017 NEWMAC Championships, February 18, 2017
  • 200 Y Breast - 2:42.2: 2018 NEWMAC Championships, Feb 25, 2018
  • 100 Y Fly - 1:06.08: 2018 NEWMAC Championships, Feb 24, 2018
  • 200 Y Fly - 2:38.78: Wellesley vs. Babson, Coast Guard, January 11, 2018

2017-2018: As a sophomore, placed fourth in the 200 Y Breast (2:49.24) against Simmons on November 11...posted a fourth place finish in the 200 Y Breast (2:45.18) against Mount Holyoke on November 18...placed third in the 100 Y Breast (1:16.70) and 200 Y Breast (2:48.80) against Smith on January 13...posted a personal record in the 200 Y Breast (2:42.21) at the NEWMAC Championships on February 25.

2016-2017: As a first-year, had a personal record in the 100 Y Free (1:00.13) at the MIT Invitational on December 4...placed fourth in the 200 Y Breast (2:49.65) against Smith on January 14...placed seventh in the 200 Y Breast (2:45.13) at the Seven Sisters Championships on January 22.

Before Wellesley: Attended Brookline High School...graduated in 2016...was a two-sport athlete in swimming for four years and rowing for two years...was a captain of the Brookline High Warriors Swim and Dive team during senior season...was MVP for two years.

Personal: Daughter of Tracy and Scott Gladstone...born in Boston, MA...has two brothers named Benjamin and Joshua...chose to attend Wellesley because: 'from the moment I stepped on campus, I knew that I wanted to be a part of a community of smart, and powerful women learning and competing together.'