Jinq En Phee
Jinq En  Phee


Subang Jaya, Malaysia

High School:
Kuen Cheng




18 Boilermakers Score at Big Tens

Meitz and Meaney medal, Rawson regains 200 fly record and scores in all three events


Meaney Wins Bronze, Rawson Sets Record

Purdue has two championship finalists in both 200 fly and platform diving


5 Boilermakers Score in A Finals Friday

Kitchel, Phee post second-fastest times in team history in 100 fly, 100 breast


Meitz Wins Silver, Another Relay Record

Divers shine on 1-meter, racking up 79 team points with 4 of top 11 finishers


Medley Relay Mark Eclipsed at Big Tens

Smailis, Auckley help Purdue break its program record for second year in a row

2016-17 / AS A FRESHMAN
CSCAA Honorable Mention Scholar All-America
Southeast Asian Games Champion (100 Breast)
• Competed primarily in the breaststroke events
• Posted season-best times in the 100 (1:01.18) and 200 breast (2:18.31) at the Big Ten Championships
• A week later, matched her time in the 100 breast and posted a season best in the 50 free (24.54) at the Boiler-Make-It NCAA last chance meet
• Moved into sixth place in program history in the 100 breast
• At the 2017 Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur, won the 100-meter breast with a meet-record time of 1:09.00 and finished as the runner-up of the 50 breast with a Malayasian record of 31.54
• Finished as the runner-up in the B final of the 100 breast at Big Tens to account for 17 team points
• Also swam on Purdue's 400 medley relay at Big Tens, helping the quartet post the second-fastest time in program history
• Won the 100 breast and contributed to the victorious 200 medley relay team at both Virginia Tech's H2Okie Fall Invitational and the Indiana Intercollegiates
• Victorious in the C final of the 200 breast to go along with her 20 team points in 100 at Va Tech
• Won the 100 breast in the season-opening dual meet vs. Miami (Ohio)

2016 Olympic Games Qualifier (100 Breast for Malaysia)
• Multi-time medalist as a young swimmer in Malaysia before joining the national team in 2014
• Trained under club coaches Mark and Marilyn Chua as well as coach Paul Birmingham
• Qualified for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro via her Malaysian record (1:08.65) in the 100-meter breast
• Established that record while winning the event at the 2016 Malaysian Games
• Finished second in her heat and 33rd of 44 overall in the 100 breast prelims at the Olympics with a time of 1:10.22
• Became the first female swimmer with a Purdue connection to compete at the Olympics since 2000
• Six-time medalist, including three silvers, at the Malaysian Games prior to joining the National Team
• Won three silvers at the 2014 Southeast Asian age group swimming championships
• Represented Malaysia at the 2013 Asian Youth Games in China

• Major: Management
• Full name is Jinq En Phee
• Born in Subang Jaya, Malaysia
• Attended school at Kuen Cheng in Kuala Lumpur and later Taylor's College for two semesters
• Parents are Kean Chuan Phee and Peik Hoon Lim
• Her parents attended college at the University of Southern Queensland in Australia, playing volleyball/netball in school
• Family also includes older brother Haw Tzer Phee

Purdue Personal Preferences
Favorite Athlete: Novak Djokovic
Favorite Aquatic Center (Other Than Purdue): Hamdam Sports Complex (Dubai)
Swimmer/Diver She'd Like to Race/Compete Against: Ruta Meilutyte
Most Exciting Event to Watch at a College Meet: 50 Free
Favorite Marquee Event: The Olympics
Would Like to Have Dinner With: Ruta Meilutyte
Unique Skill: Can sleep for 15 hours straight
In Her MP3 Player: Kesha
Musician She'd Love to See Play Purdue: Kesha
Last Concert She Attended: Us the Duo
Favorite Multimedia App: Netflix
Last Book She Read: Women's Studies Textbook
Favorite Actor & Actress: Ryan Reynolds & Blake Lively
Favorite Movie to Watch on Team Bus: Pitch Perfect
Show She Can't Stop Watching: How to Get Away with Murder
Favorite Super-Hero: Green Lantern
Favorite Month: December
Favorite Holiday: Every Holiday
Favorite Food: Sushi
Favorite Dessert: Ice Cream
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Shopping
Another Sport She Enjoys Playing: Badminton
Favorite Purdue Building: Class of 50
Favorite Purdue Athletic Venue (Besides Aquatic Center): Ross-Ade
Favorite Big City: Barcelona
Unique Travel Locale: Monaco
Country She'd Like to Visit: Maldives
Favorite Thing About the Boilermaker Aquatic Center: Hot Tub
Most Memorable Meet/Moment at Purdue: Big Tens at Purdue
Best Thing About Being a Boilermaker: Everything


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