Alexandra Nalevanko

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Alexandra Nalevanko is a U.S. Masters Swimming coach at UCLA Bruin Masters Club.

Alexandra is a proud new alumni of the UCLA family having graduated in June with a degree in Political Science. A native of Camarillo, CA, she led Adolfo Camarillo High School to four straight Pacific View titles while individually winning the first CIF female title in swimming for ACHS. A natural sprinter, Alexandra got great individual experience at both Juniors and Seniors, yet being able to join her teammates in relays was always the highlight of the meet. Alexandra continued her swimming career as a four year competitor for the UCLA Bruins under Coach Cyndi Gallagher, making both the Dean's List and honorable mention on the 2010 Pacific-10 All-Academic Team, yet it was not without roadblocks. Having to come back from multiple injuries, including wrist surgery, made Alexandra appreciate every second she could have in the water. For the past three summers, Alexandra has coached at UCLA Swim Camp and relishes now the opportunity with the Bruin Masters Swim Club to help future swimmers discover their love for the sport of swimming.

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