Grant is a native San Diegan who began his swimming career with Pacific Swim when he was around 8 years old. Grant swam in Blue group with Coach Owen where he was a nationally ranked age group swimmer before being moved up to Gold group under coach Dan Peck. Grant became a Junior National, Senior National, and a 2012 Olympic Trials qualifier during his high school swimming career and still holds multiple PS, San Diego Imperial, and Junior Olympic records. In high school, he was an 11 time CIF Champion, was undefeated his Junior and Senior year. In his senior year, he broke the almost 30-year-old CIF records in the 200 and 500 Grant and was named Swimmer of the Year as well as Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Grant earned a swimming scholarship to the historic Auburn University where he swam one of the fastest 1650 times in Auburn history and was a varsity athlete all four years. While at Auburn, he was also actively involved in community outreach programs for students with special needs, programs that aided underprivileged households, and Church of the Highlands College Ministry. He was a member of the Student
Athlete Advisory Committee—the student governing board over NCAA athletics—for four years in which he was the Vice President his junior year and President his senior year. In 2016, Grant was selected to represent the entire South Eastern Conference at the NCAA Leadership Forumin Baltimore, Maryland. While at Auburn, he was also a member of the Sphinx Chapter of the Mortar Board National Honor Society. Grant majored in International Business with a concentration in Supply Chain Management.
Upon graduation, he accepted a job offer from Booz Allen Hamilton as a financial analyst. Grant was also thrilled to give back to the team that has given him so much when asked to take over the Bronze Competitive Group. He strongly believes in hard work, dedication, and a willingness to learn. He looks forward to continuing to watch Pacific Swim be the premier swimming organization in San Diego.