Up next for six Broncos is the U.S. Open
Boise State women's swimming and diving finished second at the 2013 Mountain West Championships with 575 points. Rachel Heaney won the 200-yard butterfly to highlight the final day of competition.
Junior (2012-13): Scored in two events at 2013 Mountain West Championships, while setting three lifetime bests and a school record...broke Boise State mark to tie for second in the 200 breast with an NCAA `B' cut...placed 12th in 400 IM...also set lifetime best in 200 IM...finished season ranked No. 66 in NCAA in 200 breast...won final three attempts at 200 breast during dual-meet competition...took fourth in 200 breast at Missouri Invitational...was runner up in 200 breast during duel at No. 13 Arizona (Nov. 17).
Sophomore (2011-12): Set four season bests at 2012 Mountain West Championships...scored two top-eight finishes at the conference meet, taking sixth in the 200 breast and eighth in the 400 IM...prelim time in 200 breast was a team-best for the season and an NCAA 'B' cut...won the 200 breast against Idaho (Oct. 8)...took second in the 100 breast against the Vandals...finished in the top three of three events at UCLA (Jan. 4), including a second-place showing in the 200 breast...racked up nine top-three finishes in individual events...competed at U.S. Olympic Trials after season.
Freshman (2010-11): Scored in three events, medaling twice at the 2011 WAC Championships...earned silver in the 200 breast with a school-record and NCAA 'B' qualifying time with a time ranking No. 80 in the NCAA at season's end...grabbed bronze in the 400 individual medley and added a sixth-place finish in the 100 breast...won the 200 breast four times in dual-meet competition, including against rival Idaho (Jan. 22) and Pac-10 foe Oregon State (Feb. 5).
High School: Four-year letterwinner under head coach Tony Plummer at Tom Clark High School...five-time high school All-American during her final three years...as a freshman, guided Clark to a third-place finish at districts...team advanced to the state meet as a sophomore after being named district swimmer of the year, also earned first team all-state...repeated as district swimmer of the year and a member of the all-state first team as a junior, guiding Clark to an eighth-place finish at the state meet...Named team captain senior year and led team to another eighth-place finish at the 5A state meet where she garnered first team all-state honors for the third year...Junior National medalist...holds five school records at Clark...Owns 27th-fastest time in Texas public high school history in the 100 Breast...also lettered three years in Water Polo, and was a first team all-region selection as a sophomore...three-time academic All-American, and a member of the Science National Honor Society.