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Marisa Tashima
Height: 5'5"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Lafayette, Calif.
High School: Acalanes
Club: Walnut Creek Aquanuts
Major: Product Design
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As a Junior in (2016)

  Collegiate All-American
• Helped team win U.S. National Collegiate Championship
• Finished first in team routine with Rahcel Hyon, Clare McGovern, Sandra Ortellado, Isabella Park, Erica Slavin, Amanda Urke and Evelyna Wang with score of 84.3667
• Finished second in trio free with Amanda Urke, Evelyna Wang and Isabella Park with score of 82.1667

As a Sophomore (2015)

  • Collegiate All-American
  • Part of a group which came in second in the team swim (86.8667) at the U.S. Collegiate National Championships, helping Stanford to third place for the second consecutive year
  • Teamed up with Katie Gu and Isabella Park to finish fifth in the trio at Collegiate Nationals (84.4000)
  • Came in third with Isabella Park in the duet at Western Regionals (83.4333)
  • Finished third in the trio at Western Regionals with Katie Gu and Isabella Park (80.7333)

As a Freshman (2014)

  • Collegiate All-American
  • Helped lead the team to a third-place finish at the U.S. Collegiate National Championships in Oxford, Ohio
  • Tied for second in the team swim and took third in the duet and seventh in the trio at U.s. Collegiates
  • Captured first in the team, duet and trio at Western Regionals

High School/Club

  • A 2013 graduate of Acalanes High School in Lafayette, Calif.
  • A  member of the Walnut Creek Aquanuts club team
  • The team competed in Junior, Junior/Senior, and U.S. National Championships
  • Captured first in the team, combo, and duet events in the 2011 Junior National Championship
  • Finished first in the team, second in combo, and third in duet events in the 2012 Junior/Senior National Championships
  • Took first in the team event in the 2013 U.S. National Championships
  • Was the Junior/Senior High Point Champions from 2011-2013
  • As an individual, she garnered the Dave Amell Award in 2011
  • Competed for the U.S. National Team in 2010 and 2012
  • Placed first in duet and team, and second in solo at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru
  • Earned one letter in swimming at Acalanes High School, where she was a captain as a senior
  • Team placed second at DFAL championships


  • Born in Berkeley, Calif.
  • Daughter of Miles and Karen Tashima
  • Has an older brother, Ryan
  • Hobbies include drawing, making crafts, watching TV online, and cooking
  • Full name is Marisa Keilani Tashima