|Hometown:||Federal Way, Wash.|
|High School:||Federal Way HS|
Ramey's assault on the record books continued, with the junior coming within half a second of setting a new 50 Free school record. The Pacific 100 Fly record holder was in the top three in five events at the conference championships. Individually, Ramey took third in the 50 Free with a 22.91, just .01 seconds off second place, and second in the 100 Fly with her B-cut time of 53.66. She was a part of the relay teams that took second in the 200 Medley Relay (1:40.44), second in the 400 Free Relay (3:21.50), and third in the 200 Free Relay (1:31.73).
In just her second year at Pacific, Ramey made her way to the NCAAs thanks to her school-record 52.57 time in the 100 Fly. That time broke a 13-year-old record and gave Ramey the MPSF championship. She also competed in the 50 Free at the NCAAs, an event she swam a 22.91 in to lead the Tigers and earn a First Team All-MPSF spot. Ramey was second on the team in the 100 Free with a 50.64. She helped Pacific's 200 Medley Relay and 400 Medley Relay teams take home Second Team All-MPSF selections with times of 1:41.56 and 3:40.39. Ramey also excelled in the classroom, where she earned an All-Academic nod.
Ramey was a member of the MPSF Second Team in the 50 Free and 100 Fly after postings times of 23.45 and 54.23. She was also a part of the 400 Medley Relay and 400 Free Relay team that each made the MPSF Second Team, with the 400 Medley Relay posting a time of 3:42.05 and the 400 Free Relay posting a time of 3:22.91.
Ramey graduated from Federal Way High School where she was a standout sprinter and butterfly specialist for the swim team. On of the most accomplished swimmers in Washington, Kenna was a three-time state champion in the 50 Free as she took home the title in each of her final three high school years. On top of her freestyle sprinting, she was the state champ in the 100 Fly as well, winning the title as both a junior and a senior. For her efforts she was named a high school All-American.
Kenna Ramey was born in Federal Way, Wash., and is the daughter of Carol and Dave Ramey. She has an older sister, Kayla. Kenna is majoring in communications with a minor in Spanish.