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Haley Rose Love
Position: Freestyle
Year: Junior
Hometown: Brentwood, Calif.
High School: Heritage High School
Experience: 2 Letters

WASHINGTON STATE CAREER

Sophomore (2014-15) – Anchored the 200 free relay team that broke the WSU school record twice this season…at the Hawkeye Invitational, the WSU quartet touched the wall in 1:31.56…the same team shaved nearly half of a second off its previous record, with a time of 1:31.09 at the Pac-12 Championships to finish sixth…set lifetime bests in the 50 free and 100 free at the Pac-12 Championships…in the 50 free, clocked a time of 23.26, tying for the sixth-fastest time in WSU history…in the 100 free, touched the wall in 50.74, also the sixth-fastest time in school history…at the Hawkeye Invitational set two career marks…in the 100 back, raced to the ninth-best time in the program’s history with a time of 56.32…in the 100 fly, clocked a time of 54.87, the eighth-fastest time in WSU history…earned honorable mention from the Pac-12 for her performance in the classroom with a 3.29 GPA.

Freshman (2013-14) – Scored in two events during collegiate debut at Stanford…won 100 free against USC…swept 50 free and 100 free and anchored 200 medley relay win at Idaho…won 50 free and was part of 400 medley and 200 free relay wins at Seattle…member of 200 free relay runner-up at Hawkeye Invitational…swam eighth-best 100 fly in Cougar history (55.54) at the meet…two relay and 50 free win against Oregon State…earned ninth all-time at Washington State with 23.45 in 50 free at Pac-12 Championships.

HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB CAREER

Earned six varsity letters at Heritage High School, four in swimming and two in basketball…captained the swimming team in the 2012 and 2013 seasons…varsity swim team record was 15-0 in her first three seasons…placed 14th in the 50 free and 27th in the 100 free at the North Coast Sectionals as a freshman…as a sophomore, notched sixth and eighth place finishes at the NCS championships in the 50 free and 100 free, respectively…in her junior season, she improved to 2nd in the 50 free and 3rd in the 100 free at the NCS championships…named an All-American in the 50 free and 100 free as a junior…earned the Scholastic Athlete Award in her freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons…swam with the Terrapin Swim Team and spent four years on the national team.

PERSONAL

Born in San Francisco…father Clint and mother Lori are business owners…younger brother Trey and older sister Danielle…father played football at Western Montana…enjoys watching movies with friends.