Up next for six Broncos is the U.S. Open
Awards handed out for 2012-13, captains announced for 2013-14
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 top-eight finishes in three individual events and swam on four relays at 2013 Mountain West Championships...placed sixth in 100 free and 200 IM, took seventh in 200 free...NCAA `B' cut in 200 IM and fourth-fastest time in school history...swam butterfly on 200 medley relay (third place), anchored 800 free relay (fourth place), led off 200 free relay (fifth place) and 400 free relay (third place)...accounted for 160 points at the conference meet, most on the team...swam backstroke on school-record-setting 200 medley relay during time trial at conference meet...over final 11 individual races during dual-meet competition tallied nine wins, one runner-up finish and one third-place showing...only races not won during stretch came at meet against No. 1 USC (Jan. 4), finishing behind three All-Americans...swept the 100 and 200 freestyle races in three of the final five duels...won 10 individual races, eighth-most single-season wins in school history...picked up wins in 100 free (five), 200 free (three) and 200 IM (two)...added seven relay victories...entered MW Championships ranked in the top 16 of the conference in seven individual events...MW Swimmer of the Week (Jan. 22-27) after winning four individual events and two relays during meets at Denver (Jan. 25) and Colorado State (Jan. 26)...set lifetime bests in 50 free, 100 free, 200 free and 200 IM...named Boise State Most Improved Swimmer at year-end banquet...also competed in track and field, placed 13th in the 800m run at MW Championships.
Freshman (2011-12): Scored in three individual events and helped two relays to gold medals at the 2012 Mountain West Championships...placed sixth in the 200 back, seventh in the 100 back and ninth in the 200 IM...was the Broncos' top finisher in the 100 back at the conference meet...led off winning 400 medley relay and swam third on winning 400 free relay, helping Boise State set all-time MW records in both events...also led off 200 medley relay team at MW Championships...made immediate impact in collegiate debut against Idaho (Oct. 8), winning all four events she entered (100 back, 200 back, 200 IM and 200 medley relay)...won 200 back and 200 fly at Seattle (Nov. 19)...won 100 back at Rice Invite (Oct. 29)...scored in five individual events at Missouri Invite (Dec. 1-3)...set lifetime bests in six events during the season...won eight individual events and 13 relays...Academic All-MW...also competed in track and field, placed 13th in 800m run at MW Championships.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Columbia River High School, under head coach Tim Hegedus...All-America recognition in 100 fly...two-time state champion as a junior (100 fly and 200 IM)...four-time runner up at state meet during her career...advanced to state meet all four years...honored as SW Washington All-Region Swimmer of the Year by The Columbian in 2008 and 2009...named 2010 Greater St. Helens League 3A Swimmer of the Year...swam for Portland Aquatic Club, under coaches Jody Braden and Jack Ridley...participated at summer junior nationals the past three years...three-time USA Swimming Scholar All-American...four-year member of CRHS Honor Roll...three-year recipient of varsity academic letter...graduated with full international baccalaureate diploma...also lettered in track and field...helped Chieftains to 2010 state championship...school-record holder in 800...plans to compete in track and field at Boise State...mother is a member of the University of North Dakota Swimming Hall of Fame...plans to study engineering.