Eight Cougars earn accolades.
WSU swimming action continues Saturday, Prelims at 8a.m. and Finals at 4p.m. Pacific.
Eight Washington State swimmers earn accolades.
Through three days of competition four Cougars set personal best times and a relay team achieved a NCAA "B" standard.
The Cougars racked up 130 points in the second day of competition, making their two day total 258.
Sophomore (2011-12): Qualified for finals in 500 and 200 meter free at Hawkeye Invitational...finished first in 500 meter free at Seattle U dual meet...scored in 1000 meter free at OSU dual...finished 25th overall in 1650 free at Pac-12 Championships.
Freshman (2010-11): Finished third in the 1650 free and fourth in the 200 fly at the Debbie Pipher Memorial Invitational...notched four lifetime best times at the Pac-10 Championships...finished 23rd in the 1650 free at the Pac-10 Championships and was one of eight Cougars to earn individual points.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB CAREER
Swam during her senior year at Curtis High School...competed in the state meet as a senior... voted most dedicated, most inspirational and most valuable...member of the Tacoma Swim Club under Jay Benner and Jorge Hernandez.
Graduated with a 3.8 GPA...born in Tacoma, Wash...age 20...parents Garvin and Claudia... older brother Nick...plans to pursue a degree in mathematics.