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Melissa Hubley
Melissa Hubley

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada

High School:
Prince Andrew '99

Event:
Butterfly, IM

Birthdate:
08/01/1981

Experience:
2V



WSU CAREER
Freshman (1999-00)...broke the WSU school record in the 200 butterfly by swimming a time of 2:00.87 at the Pac-10 Championships...swam the butterfly leg on the 400 medley relay team which broke the school record with a 3:46.05 at Pac-10's...marked the third fastest time in school history in the 100 butterfly with a time of 56.67...received the team's Most Improved Award...competed in the Canadian Olympic Trials, finishing 15th in the 100 butterfly and 16th in the 200 butterfly...Sophomore (2000-01)...broke her own school record in the 200 butterfly with a time of 2:00.36 en route to placing fifth at the Pac-10 Championships in Federal Way, Washington... secured second place on WSU's all-time list for the 100 butterfly, finishing 15th at Pac-10's with a time of 55.75...received the team's Most Outstanding Award...qualified for the NCAA Championships in East Meadow, New York, placing 25th in the 200 butterfly and 36th in the 100 butterfly...earned Pac-10 All-Academic second team honors...participated in the Canadian Games during the summer, earning a gold medal in the 200-meter butterfly and placing sixth in the 100 fly.

CLUB CAREER
No high school swimming program...competed for the Dartmouth Crusaders Swim Club under coach Nick Rottman...competed in the Canada Games during the summer of 1997...finished fifth in the 100-meter butterfly...received team's Dedication to Swimming Award...finished second in the 200 butterfly at Junior Nationals.

PERSONAL
Born August 1, 1981 in Halifax, Nova Scotia to parents Frank and Linda Hubley...brother Colin...father played hockey at the University of New Brunswick...pursuing a degree in psychology.

EVENT	        TIME	 MEET	                   DATE
100 butterfly	55.75	 Pac-10 Championships	   2/23/01
200 butterfly	2:00.36	 Pac-10 Championships	   2/24/01
Washington State Cougars Women's Swimming