Up next for six Broncos is the U.S. Open
All 19 of Boise State's sports were represented
The Broncos set team records for single-semester and cumulative GPA
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.
Sophomore (2012-13): Scored in two events at 2013 Mountain West Championships... placed sixth in 100 breast and eighth in 200 breast...set lifetime best in 200 breast prelims...won 100 breast three times during dual-meet competition...opened season with victory in 100 breast at Idaho (Oct. 6)...added wins against BYU (Dec. 15) and Colorado State (Jan. 26)...scored in 10 events during duels...scored in both breaststroke events at Missouri Invite.
Freshman (2011-12): Set three lifetime bests at the 2012 Mountain West Championships, including top-six finishes in two events...placed fifth in the 200 breast to lead the Broncos...took sixth in the 100 breast with an NCAA 'B' Cut...also swam a personal best in the 200 IM at the conference meet...swept the 100 and 200 breast against Colorado State (Jan. 28)...won the 100 breast against Idaho (Oct. 8) in first collegiate race...won 100 breast during Boise State Invite (Oct. 14)...runner up in 100 breast against Seattle (Nov. 19), UCLA (Jan. 4) and Oregon State (Jan. 21)...won four individual events and six relays...honorable mention CSCAA Scholar All-American...MW Scholar-Athlete...Academic All-MW.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Redmond High School, under coaches Julie Barashkoff and Megan Oesting...three-time All-American in the 100 breast...two-time WIAA 4A state champion in 100 breast...helped Redmond to third place at state as a sophomore with first individual title...took second as a junior in the 100 breast, before repeating as champion senior year...also earned silver at state in 200 IM as a senior...six overall top-eight finishes in individual events at state in her career...three-time district champion in 100 breast...two-time team MVP at Redmond...team captain as a senior...swam for PRO Swimming, where she was coached by Justin Berry...placed 17th in 100 breast at 2010 summer junior nationals...three-time USA Swimming Scholar All-American ...plans to study elementary education.