Mason Tittle
Mason Tittle
Year: Senior
Hometown: Walnut Creek, Calif.
High School: Northgate HS
Position: Freestyle

UC Santa Barbara

2017-18:
MPSF TEAM CHAMPION
MPSF CHAMPION – 200 Medley Relay – 400 Medley Relay
MPSF RUNNER UP – 50 Freestyle
MPSF FIRST TEAM – 100 Butterfly – 100 Freestyle – 400 Freestyle Relay

2016-17:
MPSF TEAM CHAMPION
MPSF RUNNER UP – 400 Medley Relay
MPSF FIRST TEAM – 200 Medley Relay – 50 Freestyle - 100 Freestyle
MPSF SECOND TEAM – 200 Freestyle

2015-16:
U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS QUALIFIER - 100 Freestyle
MPSF FIRST TEAM - 100 Freestyle - 100 Butterfly - 50 Freestyle - 400 Medley Relay

HIGH SCHOOL
Graduated from Northgate High School…Swam under Coaches Tommy Ortega and Jeff Mellinger…10-time All-American…member of the fastest 400 freestyle relay in the nation in the 2014-15 season…2015 NCS Champion (50 Freestyle)…2015 Northgate Athletics Hall of Fame inductee…Played four years of varsity water polo…8-time scholar athlete…Team captain…member of two NCS Championship teams…2-time All-East Bay 1st Team selection…3-time All-DVAL 1st Team selection…League MVP…School record-holder (50 Free, 100 Fly, 100 Free, 200 medley relay, 200 free relay, and 400 free relay…Swam club with the Walnut Creek Aquabears under Coach Mike Heaney…2-time Junior National qualifier…Team record holder in 50 freestyle.

PERSONAL
Mason Tittle was born Oct. 4, 1996…Majoring in Aquatic Biology and hopes to become a marine biologist someday…Chose UCSB because it has the best combination of academics, swimming, social, and location in the country…Enjoys surfing in his free time…Lists his top pre-race pump up song as “Cracks” by Freestylers… Favorite power snack before a meet is chocolate milk…Began swimming at age four…Favorite aspect of college swimming is the team…If he could add an event to each meet it would be a 50 underwater kick…Being a member of the team that won California’s first ever State Championship is the proudest achievement of his swimming career…Has goals of qualifying and scoring points at NCAA’s in his final year.

“Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.” -Muhammed Ali