MaryElla Randall
MaryElla Randall
Height: 5-10
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Walnut Creek, Calif.
High School: College Park HS
Position: Free

2012-13 (Junior):
Randall utilized her redshirt option during her third year at Pacific. 

2011-12 (Sophomore):
In just her second season at Pacific, Randall established herself as one of the premier sprinters in the MPSF, earning First Team All-MPSF honors in the 50 Free and Second Team All-MPSF honors in the 100 Free. She experienced an incredible regular season, claiming eight event titles, four in the 50 Free and four in the 100 Free. She never fell out of the top four in any meet in which the Tigers competed, earning seven runner-up finishes and a pair of third-place finishes. At the 2012 MPSF Championships, Randall placed second in the 50 Free with a time of 23.11 while finishing sixth in the 100 Free behind a mark of 51.13. Her 50 Free time was third-best amongst all league swimmers and was tops on the squad. Outside of the pool, Randall was recognized as an MPSF All-Academic Team selection.

2010-11 (Freshman):
Randall earned Second Team All-MPSF honors in the 50 Free after a stellar first season at Pacific. At the 2011 MPSF Championships, she finished fourth in the 50 Free (22.99) and 15th in the 100 Free (52.26) and was a member of the championship’s fifth-place 200 Medley Relay (1:44.12), seventh-place 200 Free Relay (1:35.69) and 400 Free Relay (3:29.67), and eighth-place 400 Medley Relay (3:50.56) teams. Randall had an eye-opening first season for the Orange and Black, finishing second in both the 50 Free (24.32) and 100 Free (53.11) at the Tri Meet on Oct. 29 before winning the 50 Free the following day against Cal State Bakersfield with a time of 24.24. She also claimed the top spot in the 50 Free at the Tri Meet on Jan. 22, clocking in at 24.36. All told, she finished second in the 50 Free at three different meets.

High School:
Randall attended College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, Calif., where she earned three letters in swimming. She was named the Diablo Valley Athletic League MVP in 2010

Personal:
Randall was born in Walnut Creek, Calif., and is the daughter of Matthew and Diane Randall. She has a younger brother, Montana. Randall is pursuing a degree in education and enjoys listening to music, hanging out with friends, and art.