The rising-senior will compete for a spot on the USA Swimming Olympic Team next summer.
The Cougars beat three conference opponents for the first time in program history.
Senior Recognition Luncheon held Friday at Bohler Athletic Complex.
Four swimmers were named to the all-academic first team, Friday.
Of the team's 18-student roster, 12 student-athletes earned a 3.00 GPA or higher.
The Anaheim, Calif., senior broke the 100 free record previously held by former Olympian Rugile Mileisyte.
The Cougars set 10 career-best marks and qualified seven swimmers for the evening's finals session.
WSU broke the school record in the 200 free relay and recorded 11 career-best times, Thursday.
The swim team recorded season-best times in the 200 medley relay and the 800 free relay.
WSU travels to Federal Way, Wash., to compete Feb. 25-28.
In the final home meet of the year, the Cougars defeated the Utes, 156.5-105.5.
The Cougars face the Utes in their final home meet of the season at Gibb Pool, Friday.