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2011-12 Boise State Swimming & Diving

A New Mountain To Climb

As our program begins its sixth season at Boise State University, we are proud of our start and excited about the future. The

2010-11 season was the best to date, winning another WAC Championship and competing at our first NCAA Championships in just our fifth year as a program. As we embark on a fresh year and a new conference, we have set new goals as a team, and we are challenged and motivated to follow last season with another record-breaking year. Our staff is committed to establishing and ensuring an environment where motivated and talented student-athletes strive for excellence in swimming and diving and in the classroom. We will work together to consistently challenge for Mountain West Championships and earn representation and points at the NCAA Championships, while striving for even bigger goals of competing at the international level. For the women who have chosen to join our program, we are committed to help them: •Graduate in academic fields they care about •Develop as capable, independent young women who are ready to go out and make a difference in the world. •Achieve their dreams as swimmers, divers and students, and to do so as a team of excellence in all areas. It is a tremendous honor and privilege to compete for and coach at Boise State University. We know this is one of the best places to be a student-athlete and a coach. Join us as we celebrate the triumphs of this season!

Kristin Hill

Boise State Head Coach Kristin Hill Go Broncos!

2011-12 Boise State Swimming & Diving Table of Contents Quick Facts................................................................................. 1 2011-12 Schedule.................................................................... 2 Team Picture............................................................................... 3 2012 NCAA Qualifying Standards................................... 3 Roster............................................................................................. 4 Roster Breakdown................................................................... 5 Why Boise State?.................................................................6-7 Big Splash..................................................................................... 8 Season Outlook...............................................................10-14 Staff Profiles...................................................................... 16-24 Head Coach Kristin Hill.....................................17-19 Assistant Coach Justin Brosseau............... 20-21 Head Diving Coach David Legler................ 22-23 Support Staff..................................................................24 Student-Athlete Profiles............................................. 26-52 Amber Boucher..................................................... 26-27 Amanda Burnett................................................... 28-29 Kelsy Diener........................................................... 30-31 Emily Irvin................................................................. 32-33 Tana Loan................................................................ 34-35 Stephanie North................................................... 36-37

Jennifer Cahill...............................................................38 Shanelle Choi................................................................39 Stevie Hughey...............................................................40 Lexi Pfeiffer.....................................................................41 Christine Raininger.....................................................42 Brooke Balogh...............................................................43 Ciera Cortney................................................................44 Olivia Harrell..................................................................45 Rachel Heaney..............................................................46 Chelsea Miller................................................................47 Emily Blasko/Jessica Bottelberghe..................48 Emily Campbell/Nikki Cannon.............................49 Heather Harper/Breanna Hemming.................50 Sydney Johansen/Erin Kohlbeck.......................51 Megan Myers..................................................................52 2010-11 in Review.......................................................... 54-56 Bronco History................................................................. 58-80 All-Time Top 10.................................................... 58-65 Year-by-Year Results.......................................... 66-67 Record by Opponent.................................................67 Series History........................................................ 68-73

Boise State University Quick Facts

Team Quick Facts

Location:......................................................................................................... Boise, Idaho Founded:......................................................................................................................... 1932 Enrollment:................................................................................................................. 19,664 Nickname:............................................................................................................... Broncos Colors:.................................................................................................... Blue and Orange Facility:...............................................................................Boise - West Family YMCA Affiliattion:................................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference:............................................................................................. Mountain West President:.............................................................................................Dr. Robert Kustra Athletic Director:.........................................................................Curt Apsey (Interim) Senior Woman Administrator:................................................... Christina Van Tol Athletic Department Phone:.......................................................... (208) 426-1288 Ticket Office Phone:..........................................................................(208) 426-4737

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Invitational History......................................................74 Conference Championships History.................75 Athletic Awards and Honors.................................76 Academic Awards and Honors............................77 All-Time Letterwinners...................................... 78-80 Facilities......................................................................................81 West YMCA Pool Records..................................................82 Mountain West.........................................................................83 Boise State Media Information.......................................84

2010-11 WAC finish:................................................................................................1st/8 2010-11 Dual-meet record:................................................................................... 13-1 Conference Championships:.........................................................................................2 Inaugural season:...............................................................................................2006-07 Letterwinners returning/lost:............................................................................16/10 Newcomers:............................................................................................................................9 Head coach:..............................................................................Kristin Hill (sixth year) Assistant coach:.....................................................Justin Brosseau (fourth year) Head diving coach:......................................................... David Legler (third year) Sports information contact:....................................................................Mike Walsh Cell:.............................................................................................................(360) 600-3209 Office:........................................................................................................ (208) 426-1106 Fax:.............................................................................................................. (208) 426-3361 E-mail:.....................................................................michaelwalsh1@boisestate.edu

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Date

Event

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Time (Local)

Sat., Oct. 8

Idaho

Fri., Oct. 14 Sat., Oct. 15

New Mexico* & Seattle New Mexico* & Seattle

Boise (West YMCA) Boise (West YMCA)

6:30 p.m. 11 a.m.

Fri., Oct. 28 Sat., Oct. 29

Rice Invitational Rice Invitational

Houston Houston

4:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

Fri., Nov. 18 Sat., Nov. 19 Sat., Nov. 19 Sun., Nov. 20

Wildcat Diving Invitational Seattle (swimmers only) Wildcat Diving Invitational Wildcat Diving Invitational

Tucson, Ariz. Seattle Tucson, Ariz. Tucson, Ariz.

Noon 10 a.m. Noon 11 a.m.

Thur., Dec. 1 Fri., Dec. 2 Sat., Dec. 3 Sun., Dec. 4

Missouri Invitational Missouri Invitational Missouri Invitational Missouri Invitational Long Course

Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo. Columbia, Mo.

All Day All Day All Day TBA

Wed., Jan. 4

UCLA

Los Angeles

4 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 7

San Diego Relays

San Diego

1 p.m.

Sat., Jan. 21

Oregon State

Boise (West YMCA)

Noon

Fri., Jan. 27

Colorado State*

Boise (West YMCA)

Noon

Wed., Feb. 22 Thur., Feb. 23 Fri., Feb. 24 Sat., Feb. 25 Sun., Feb. 26

Mountain West Championships Mountain West Championships Mountain West Championships Mountain West Championships Long Course Invitational

Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Oklahoma City

6 p.m. All Day All Day All Day 10 a.m.

Fri., March 9 Sat., March 10 Sun., March 11

NCAA Zone E Diving Championships NCAA Zone E Diving Championships NCAA Zone E Diving Championships

TBA TBA TBA

All Day All Day All Day

Thur., March 15 Fri., March 16 Sat., March 17

NCAA Championships NCAA Championships NCAA Championships

Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala. Auburn, Ala.

All Day All Day All Day

Home dates in orange *MW Opponent 2011-12 Boise State Broncos

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2012 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Qualifying Standards Event 50 Freestyle 100 Freestyle 200 Freestyle 500 Freestyle 1650 Freestyle 100 Butterfly 200 Butterfly 100 Backstroke 200 Backstroke 100 Breaststroke 200 Breaststroke

A Standard 21.93 47.84 1:44.02 4:38.46 15:53.38 52.02 1:54.95 52.55 1:53.37 59.65 2:09.25

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B Standard 22.99 50.19 1:48.29 4:47.79 16:30.59 54.62 2:00.69 55.17 1:59.24 1:02.98 2:16.20

Event 200 Individual Medley 400 Individual Medley 200 Freestyle Relay 400 Freestyle Relay 800 Freestyle Relay 200 Medley Relay 400 Medley Relay Diving 1-Meter Diving 3-Meter Diving Platform Diving

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A Standard 1:56.13 4:05.65 1:28.35 3:14.93 7:02.07 1:36.68 3:32.56 Qualifying Mark 265 (six dives) 280 (six dives) 225 (five dives)

B Standard 2:01.79 4:19.69 1:32.76 3:24.67 7:23.17 1:42.70 3:43.18

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BRONCO SWIMMING AND DIVING ROSTER Name

Brooke Balogh Emily Blasko Jessica Bottelberghe Amber Boucher Amanda Burnett Jennifer Cahill Emily Campbell Nikki Cannon Shanelle Choi Ciera Cortney Kelsy Diener Heather Harper Olivia Harrell Rachel Heaney Breanna Hemming Stevie Hughey Emily Irvin Sydney Johansen Erin Kohlbeck Tana Loan Chelsea Miller Megan Myers Stephanie North Lexi Pfeiffer Christine Raininger

Year

Sophomore Freshman Freshman Senior RS-Senior Junior Freshman Freshman Junior Sophomore Senior Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Junior Senior Freshman Freshman RS-Senior Sophomore Freshman Senior Junior Junior

Event

Fly/Free/IM Freestyle Back/Fly/Free/IM Sprint Fly/Free Diving Distance Free Back/Breast/IM Back/Free/IM Fly/Free Diving Back/Free/IM Breast/Fly/IM Fly/Free Fly/Free Diving Fly/Free/IM Breast/IM Back/Breast/IM Diving Diving Breast/IM Distance/IM Sprint Free Diving Fly/IM

Hometown (Last School)

Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Southeast HS) Plymouth, Minn. (Armstrong HS) Vancouver, Wash. (Columbia River HS) Keizer, Ore. (McNary HS) Glendale, Ariz. (Mountain Ridge HS) Wailuku, Hawai’i (Baldwin HS) Aberdeen, S.D. (Aberdeen Central HS) Vancouver, Wash. (Hudson’s Bay HS) Waipahu, Hawai’i (Pearl City HS) Las Vegas (Bishop Gorman HS) Mesa, Ariz. (San Diego State)

Redmond, Wash. (Cedar Park Christian- Independent Study)

Springfield, Mo. (Glendale HS) North Bend, Ore. (North Bend HS) Kiowa, Colo. (Ponderosa HS) Bakersfield, Calif. (Frontier HS) Bakersfield, Calif. (Stockdale HS) Sacramento, Calif. (St. Francis HS) Woodbury, Minn. (Woodbury HS) Lake Tapps, Wash. (Auburn Riverside HS) San Antonio (Tom Clark HS) Broken Arrow, Okla. (Union HS) Klamath Falls, Ore. (Henley HS) Las Vegas (Bishop Gorman HS) Ajax, Ontario, Canada (Pickering HS)

Head Coach: Kristin Hill (sixth season) Assistant Coach: Justin Brousseau (fourth season) Head Diving Coach: David Legler (third season) 2011-12 Boise State Broncos

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ROSTER BREAKDOWN Seniors (6) Amber Boucher Amanda Burnett Kelsy Diener Emily Irvin Tana Loan Stephanie North Juniors (5) Jennifer Cahill Shanelle Choi Stevie Hughey Lexi Pfeiffer Christine Raininger Sophomores (5) Brooke Balogh Ciera Cortney Olivia Harrell Rachel Heaney Chelsea Miller

Arizona (2) Amanda Burnett Kelsy Diener California (3) Stevie Hughey Emily Irvin Sydney Johansen Colorado (1) Breanna Hemming Hawaii (2) Jennifer Cahill Shanelle Choi Minnesota (2) Emily Blasko Erin Kohlbeck

Missouri (1) Olivia Harrell

South Dakota (1) Emily Campbell

Nebraska (1) Brooke Balogh

Texas (1) Chelsea Miller

Nevada (2) Ciera Cortney Lexi Pfeiffer

Washington (4) Jessica Bottelberghe Nikki Cannon Heather Harper Tana Loan

Oklahoma (1) Megan Myers Oregon (3) Amber Boucher Rachel Heaney Stephanie North

Canada (1) Christine Raininger

Freshmen (9) Emily Blasko Jessica Bottelberghe Emily Campbell Nikki Cannon Heather Harper Breanna Hemming Sydney Johansen Erin Kohlbeck Megan Myers

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WHY BOISE STATE?

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“The team is full of amazaing girls who support each other and want to be the best they can be...As soon as I stepped on campus I felt like I was at home!” -Nikki Cannon, Freshman “Boise is a great place to live. It is full of friendly people and the quality of the city is evident.” -Tana Loan, Senior

“Boise State swimming and diving has a great coaching staff and the team is very close. I knew they would be my family away from home.” -Rachel Heaney, Sophomore “I know that Boise State will help me grow and thrive not only as a person, but as a student and an athlete, as well.” -Shanelle Choi, Junior

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Big Splash Jan. 21, 2012

After a one-year hiatus, ‘Big Splash’ is back. Members of the Boise State football team will ditch their helmets and pads, and take their skills to the diving board to show support for the Bronco swimming and diving team. The appropriately-named competition is a fan favorite.

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The only guarantee at Big Splash is an afternoon of fun and surprises. Creativity is also sure to be on display. Joe Bozikovich won the inaugural event with his “Happy Birthday Sushi” dive, only to be outdone the following year by Darren Koontz’ Superman impression.

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SEASON OUTLOOK

Broncos Set Sights High in 2011-12 Head coach Kristin Hill and the Boise

State women’s swimming and diving team is back for another year of contending for a conference championship, this time in the Mountain West. After winning backto-back Western Athletic Conference Championships to close its first five years of existence, the program is poised to continue its ascension in the college swimming and diving landscape. The Broncos feature strengths up and down the roster in 2011-12, including in every class. They return 16 letterwinners from 2010-11 and welcome nine freshmen to usher in the new era of Boise State swimming and diving. SENIORS The class of 2012 enters its senior year as the most accomplished group of Broncos in school history. Five of the six seniors have scored at conference championships, while all of them have contributed to the Broncos’ quick rise and back-to-back WAC Championships. “Our seniors will lead by example,” said Hill. “It’s good to have four swimming seniors who know they can finish strong and know their best swimming is still ahead of them. Our two divers are great leaders as well. All of them lead the team in the right direction in a way any coach would ask for, without being asked. ” Amber Boucher, Amanda Burnett and Stephanie North took it a step farther last year. Burnett competed at the NCAA Zone

Diving Championships, advancing to the finals of the platform competition. Boucher and North became the first student-athletes to represent Boise State at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. “They’re loyal Broncos. It’s important that they’ve represented us at a national level, but even before then they were loyal Broncos and knew they wanted to take our program to a new level. They’ve done it and Boise State swimming and diving has been impacted greatly by it.” Boucher earned the first All-America honor in program history with a 12th-place finish in the 100-yard butterfly. Her time at the WAC Championships was the seventhfastest in the country last year, and she is the third-fastest returner in the event. North carried the momentum into the summer where she advanced to the finals of the 100-meter freestyle at the 2011 ConocoPhillips Summer National Championships. She clocked the 80thfastest time in the world at the time, and it still ranks in the top 30 in the U.S. this year. “Amber is in a great position to finish her collegiate career on a high note,” Hill noted. “Stephanie’s growths especially this summer are incredible. Having a world ranking is very exciting. I’ve only coached a handful of swimmers of that caliber, and it’s neat to have two of them here at Boise State together.” The duo is joined by fellow swimmers Emily

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Irvin and Kelsy Diener. Diener specializes in the individual medleys and backstrokes. She owns the school record in the 200 IM after placing second at the 2011 WAC Championships. Irvin will help the Broncos in middle-distance freestyle events, breaststroke and the 200 IM. she has scored top-10 finishes in three individual events at each of the conference championships in her career. “Emily and Kelsy bring in a lot of experience and versatility. The biggest challenge for those two is determining where to use their vast strengths to help the team most. Because of their strengths, they span all of the different training groups we have. Every group has a senior leader they can look to.” Diener, a transfer from San Diego State prior to her junior season, brings a unique experience as the only Bronco to compete at the Mountain West Championships. The divers, Burnett and Tana Loan, look to finish continue making strides through the end of their collegiate career. Burnett and Loan each joined the Bronco diving squad with no competitive diving experience and have taken to the sport quickly. Head diving coach David Legler also points to the seniors to guide the rest of the team. “They are still relatively new to the sport, but they’ve been able to offer a lot leadershipwise,” said Legler. “They really set the standard for expectations of how the team is going to train, practice and compete. That is extremely valuable and trickles down to the underclassmen.”

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Before the underclassman have to take the reins, Burnett and Loan have their own marks to make. “There is still a lot to be done in the pool and a lot of goals they can certainly achieve before the season is over,” Legler said. JUNIORS The Broncos return five members of the junior class, combining for 15 medals at conference championships in their careers. Now upperclassmen, Jenn Cahill, Shanelle Choi, Stevie Hughey, Lexi Pfeiffer and Christine Raininger will be asked to provide a bigger leadership role. Hill expects the diverse and talented class in the pool, will have no problem handling their new task. Cahill is the top distance swimmer in school history, holding records in the 500-, 1000-, and 1650-yard freestyle events. “Jenn is a leader for our distance group,” said Hill. “This summer she turned a corner as far as her desire to take her swimming to the next level. When someone commits to summer training like she did, it can really drive her into a whole new phase of her swimming career and that’s exciting.” Hughey enjoyed a breakout performance at the 2011 WAC Championships. She helped four relay teams to gold medals and added two more medals in individual events. She picked up silver in the 100 butterfly and bronze in the 50 freestyle. Choi also experienced the fastest meet of her career at last season’s conference championships. She set three career bests and will be looked to for help in the sprint freestyle events. “Stevie really is a great part of our sprinters and it has been fun as she expands to

200 free, as well,” said Hill. “Shanelle had great time drops last season and has more confidence than ever before. She has a lot to work off of after the success of last year. I’m excited to see her build off of that.” The only Bronco junior with an individual conference championship, Raininger, returns as the team leader in individual medley events as well as the 200-yard butterfly. She owns the school record in the 400-yard IM and is a qualifier for the 2012 Canadian Olympic Trials. “Christine has competed at a high level here and at home in Canada,” Hill said. “She’s been a conference champion and we would like to see her win events in our new conference and would like to take her to the NCAA Championships, which is a real possibility.” Pfeiffer is the lone junior on the diving board. Without much competitive diving experience before coming to Boise State, she has worked hard to get up to speed. A year after setting career bests in all three events, Pfeiffer looks to continue her growth in 2011-12. “She is another diver with little experience when she came in, but she has set a great example,” Legler said. “She’s been the first one in the pool every day and that has had an impact on the rest of the team. That boost in motivation and work ethic is just as important as having all of the top skills.” SOPHOMORES Though it may not be apparent in looking at the record books, Brooke Balogh, Ciera Cortney, Olivia Harrell Rachel Heaney and Chelsea Miller were freshmen last season. A year wiser, the contingent looks to climb even higher and bring the Broncos with

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them. “Our sophomore class is a fun class,” Hill said. “There is a lot of talent and a lot of drive.” Balogh turned in one of the more memorable individual performances at the conference championships, setting five personal bests and advancing to the ‘A’ Final of two events. “Brooke surprised everybody at the conference championships with tremendous time drops,” Hill reminisced. “So, it’s fun to take her into this season and start from there. She had a lot of questions answered for herself last year. She is just tough and loves to race.” Harrell also experienced her best swimming at the end of the year, setting a pair of career bests in advancing to the finals of the 100 butterfly and 50 freestyle at the conference meet. “Olivia had a lot of adjustments to make last year and has come back this fall with a really renewed sense of determination,” Hill said. “She has a lot of confidence in our program and we all know she will reach her goals this year.” For the third-straight year a Boise State freshman stood atop the podium of an individual event at the WAC Championships when Heaney took home the 200 butterfly in school-record time. “Rachel had great time drops and has a new level of confidence as a sophomore,” Hill said. “She is an integral part of what we will do this year and we will really lean on her even though she is young.” Another sophomore the Broncos have big things in mind for is Miller. The school

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record holder in the 200-yard breaststroke, Miller grabbed two medals at her first conference championships and made a bigger splash during the summer. “Chelsea made her first Olympic Trial cut early this summer and that takes a load off her back heading into this season,” Hill said. “It allowed her to see she is even better than she may have thought. We just know it will be fun to watch Chelsea this year because she has a lot to accomplish. A lot of those things will happen over the next three years, but I really see her being a viable candidate for NCAAs this year.” Cortney, already the most accomplished diver in school history, returns looking to build on her one-meter silver medal at the conference meet. “She has a lot of the dives we are going to be doing,” Legler said. “The big focus with her is cleaning things up and taking her dives from the top of the conference to the national level.” Competing on a national stage is nothing new for Cortney. She participated at the 2011 USA Diving National Championships. She also spent the summer winning the AAU National Championship on three-meter and finishing runner up on one-meter. “All of her competitions over the summer are really going to help her out,” Legler remarked. “Staying in training and competition all year is going to help with her consistency.” FRESHMEN Another year, another talented group of newcomers to the Boise State roster. Seven swimmers and two divers make up the newest bunch of Broncos with a diverse

and expansive background in a number of disciplines. “It’s hard to say who is going to stand out in this group,” Hill said. “We are really looking forward to what they can do in our training program. These girls all need something different and we work hard to make sure they get that.” Exemplifying the depth is Sydney Johansen, who the Broncos pegged as a backstroker but improved greatly in the breaststroke in her final prep season. Johansen narrowly missed her Olympic Trials cut in the 200 breaststroke, but also owns what would be a top-five time in the 100 backstroke at Boise State. “It will be hard to decide where to put her, so that will be fun,” Hill said excitedly. “Part of it is filling a team need, and part of it is allowing her to swim her strengths. She has a really good sense for her strokes and I’m just excited to help her make the breakthroughs that are sitting right in front of her.” Hill is looking forward to introducing a number of the freshmen to the Broncos’ training program and help them reach new levels. She points especially to Jessica Bottelberghe, Emily Campbell and Heather Harper in that group. Bottelberghe will help the Broncos in a number of events with strengths in backstroke, butterfly, freestyle and the IMs. “Jessica has been waiting for a breakout swim and I see that happening for her this year,” Hill predicted. “She’s really responsive to feedback. She is a great practice swimmer and we want to help her be a great meet swimmer.”

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Campbell also brings a wide array of talents with her from Aberdeen, S.D., where swimming is not a high school sanctioned sport. “Emily Campbell is really untapped. She really has bought into the team aspect of being here. She is really confident in our approach to training. It’s obvious she wants to get better and will take any advice she can get.” Harper will be primarily a breaststroker. She also provides depth in the 100 butterfly and 200 IM. “She will get a lot of racing in this season, especially in the breaststroke events,” said Hill, who swam with Harper’s high school coaches growing up. “She is someone who will respond really well to our training. I’m excited to spend more time with her.” Another diverse talent in the newest class of Broncos is Emily Blasko. A freestyler out of Minnesota, Blasko comes to Boise State from Aquajets Swim Club, runners up in the team standings at the 2009 NCSA Junior Nationals. “Emily Blasko comes from a great club program so her training base is really strong,” Hill said. “She will swim anywhere from the 100 to the mile in the freestyle. She has a really wide range of abilities.” The class features two more swimmers who could offer an element of surprise for the Broncos this season. Megan Myers, a distance swimmer, comes in under the radar after switching her training focus to long-course late in her prep career. “Megan hasn’t swam short-course yards rested for a long time,” Hill said. “She’s a bit of an unknown as far as what her potential

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is. We’re excited to get her in a short-course pool and racing for Boise State. She is really excited to be a part of our program. I know she has a lot of optimism toward this season.” The Broncos will also look to get help from Nikki Cannon, but it is unclear how much Cannon will be able to contribute this year as she rehabs from injury. “Nikki is going to be a bit of a wildcard this year as she works really hard to return from a freak injury,” Hill said. “We could certainly use her strengths in the backstroke and getting her back to that level is our greatest goal from her.” Not to be outdone, Legler and the divers welcome a pair of talented newcomers. Breanna Hemming and Erin Kohlbeck bring a strong diving background and a willingness to be coached. “They have lots of talent, lots of great fundamentals and a great desire to learn,” Legler said of the freshmen. “They are starting to bring a new life to things. They bring in more diving training experience to the team with their background in the sport.” A NEW MOUNTAIN TO CLIMB After rising from worst to first in four short years in the WAC, and closing out their fiveyear run in the conference with a secondstraight title, the 2011-12 Broncos face a new challenge in a new league. Boise State enters the Mountain West this season ready to take on the new test. “We would like to finish in the top three this year,” Hill said. “The Mountain West for swimming and diving is a step up from the WAC. We feel like top three in the conference

is a realistic goal. We have the personnel to win some events at the championships and we have a lot of people who could score big points.” While the Broncos may be comfortable with who will score big points, Hill is also aware of the importance of picking up smaller totals in the team title race. “The depth is stronger in the Mountain West,” she said. “Where we might have been picking up points in the ‘B’ Finals last year, those aren’t necessarily going to be there this year. Depth is something we have addressed, but we will have to stay on top of that in recruiting over the years to come.” The move presents a challenge on the diving boards as well, but it is one Legler is looking forward to. He has already seen a positive effect on practice sessions. “It’s a big elevation in competition, which I think is going to be really good for us,” he said. “It helps provide a lot of focus and drive in practices.” Hill is well aware of the improvements Legler and the Bronco divers have made, and knows they are up to the task. “We feel like our diving is better than it has ever been,” she said. “That’s going to be an important factor this year.” Boise State was picked by the conference coaches to finish second, behind defending champion San Diego State. THE SCHEDULE “The schedule really came together this year,” said head coach Kristin Hill. “We’re competing against some of our new conference teams, and we have some really good invitational meets set up. We have

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some really strong opponents this year.” The sixth season of Bronco swimming and diving opens at home Oct. 8, with a dual meet against in-state rival Idaho. Duels against New Mexico and Seattle also fill out October and November. A trip to the Rice Invitational, Oct. 28 and 29, provides the first opportunity for the Broncos to compete in an invitational format. They will be joined by Arkansas, Houston, Nebraska and the host Owls The divers will head back to the Wildcat Diving Invitational, Nov. 18-20. The 2011 portion of the Broncos’ schedule wraps up Dec. 1-3, at the Missouri Invitational for the thirdconsecutive season. Nine teams, including the host Tigers, will join Boise State in Columbia, Mo. The Broncos return to competition at the end of their winter training trip to Southern California. Boise State looks to avenge its only loss of last season with a dual meet Jan. 4, at UCLA. The Bruins and Broncos will meet again, Jan. 7, at the San Diego Relays. The Broncos won the relay meet in 2011. “Being able to compete against UCLA twice during that week will be nice,” Hill said. “Our girls aren’t afraid to compete against top-20 programs and we will always keep teams on our schedule who will challenge us.” The dual-meet season wraps up with home competitions against Oregon State (Jan. 21) and Colorado State (Jan. 28). The return of Big Splash is scheduled for Jan. 21, when the Broncos welcome the Beavers to the West YMCA. After a year hiatus, members of the Boise State football team will once again take to the pool for a diving competition.

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The Broncos will honor six seniors at the final home meet against the Rams. “To come back and host Oregon State and Colorado State is an exciting way to finish out our season and honor our seniors before we head off to our new championship venue.” The Broncos’ first trip to the Mountain West Championships will be Feb. 2225, in Oklahoma City. Boise State will also be looking to return to the national championships. This year, the NCAA meet is March 15-17, in Auburn, Ala. “Our focus is our conference championships and the NCAA Championships,” Hill said. “We tend to swim really well in-season, though, and I love that about our program. We have swimmers who love to race and compete any time any place. Then they are still able to drop and have really worthwhile swims at the end of the season.” WORLD-CLASS BRONCOS Boucher and North enter their senior seasons after becoming the first Broncos to qualify for the NCAA Championships. They each swam three events at nationals, making Boise State one of just 36 schools to qualify multiple swimmers for the meet. The Broncos are looking to repeat the feat in 2011 and add to the numbers. The team will draw on the experiences of the returning qualifiers. “For them to come back and tell the team what NCAAs was like, is something a lot of other teams don’t have the opportunity to do,” Hill said. “There’s no reason why we can’t have more teammates join them there this year.”

Another mark of excellence in the swimming world is Olympic Trials qualifying times (cuts). The Broncos enter the 2011-12 season with five student-athletes already qualified for their respective Olympic Trials, four from the United States and one Canadian. Boucher, Heaney, Miller, North and Raininger attained or improved upon their qualifying times this past summer, firmly supplanting the Broncos on the national radar. “Having the cuts puts us in the top echelon of swimming and diving programs in the country,” Hill said. “Our goal is to be a top20 program within the next three years. To do that, you have to have ladies competing at the Olympic Trial level. So, it puts some weight behind our words.” North’s performance at the 2011 ConocoPhillips Summer National Championships added even more muscle to Boise State’s message. She became the first Bronco to reach a final at the meet, placing 24th in the 100-meter freestyle. “For us to say we want to be top 20 is one thing, but now that we’ve had girls compete well at nationals and we have trials qualifiers, it puts a lot more meat into what we’re selling when our recruiting focus is on competing at the international level.”

competition at the same meet. Cortney also participated at the prestigious USA Diving National Championships on one-meter. “That was such a great step for Ciera and for our program,” said Legler. “The hard work she has put in and we have been putting in here at Boise State is starting to show on the collegiate and national level.” LOOKING FOR MORE Boise State will look to add to its alreadyimpressive number of Olympic Trials qualifiers during the season when they compete at two long-course meters time trials. Olympic Trials cuts must be achieved in a long-course meters pool. The Broncos will swim in the 50-meter course Dec. 4, after the Missouri Invitational and also Feb. 26, the day after the MW Championships. “We have at least six swimmers who can qualify for Olympic Trials or earn an additional cut during the season,” said Hill. “We want to provide the right opportunities for them to get those, so that they’re not waiting for April, May and June. We want to have them well-prepared for the meet, rather than qualifying at the very end. It’s fun to go, but it’s even more fun to do well when you’re there.”

Hemming, a freshman diver, knows all about competing internationally. She spent a week in September at the World Triathlon Championships, in Beijing. Hemming earned one of three spots on the U.S. team and finished 28th in the junior elite division. Cortney also represented Boise State diving with a win on three-meter at the AAU National Championships over the summer and a runner-up finish in the one-meter

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MEET THE COACHES

2011-12 Bronco Coaching Staff Head Coach Kristin Hill, sixth year, Puget Sound 1994 Assistant Coach Justin Brosseau, fourth year, Missouri State 2007 Head Diving Coach David Legler, third year, Indiana 2009

Left to right: David Legler, Kristin Hill, Justin Brosseau

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Kristin Hill Head Coach Sixth Year Puget Sound, 1994

Kristin Hill enters her sixth season at the helm of the Boise State swimming and diving team this fall. In its first five seasons the program won back-to-back Western Athletic Conference Championships (2010 & 2011) and qualified two student-athletes for the 2011 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Hill was named the inaugural head coach for women’s swimming and diving at Boise State when the program was added June 27, 2006. In 2011 she was rewarded for her hard work, being named WAC Swimming Coach of the Year. Prior to starting the program at Boise State, Hill served as the assistant coach at nationally-ranked Texas A&M. While working with the Aggies, she worked closely with Olympic swimmers Christine Marshall (USA), Julia Wilkinson (Canada), and Triin Aljand (Estonia). Complementing her collegiate coaching experience, she has coached U.S. Olympic Trial qualifiers, summer national finalists and champions, Olympic competitors and Canadian national team members. Hill also gained international coaching experience in 2005 as she was a member of the Estonian National Team coaching staff at the European Championships in Italy. “Our athletic department at Boise State is one of the most successful, progressive athletic departments in the country,” said Hill. “I was given an amazing opportunity to build a program from scratch, and I would not want to do it anywhere else. Boise is a fantastic city, the campus is

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beautiful, and our family is so excited to be settled in the northwest. I was excited to get this program started off on the right foot, and based on feedback from coaches and swimmers in the Northwest and around the country, it is clear that we are headed in the right direction.” The team has improved by leaps and bounds every season since its inauguration in 2006-07. After a 2008-09 campaign in which Hill and the Broncos saw school records broken in every event, just three of those marks stood throughout the championship 2009-10 season, and 22 more records fell as Boise State repeated as league champions in 2010-11. The 2010 title came on the heels of a sixth-place finish at the 2009 WAC Championships, then a program best. The leap from sixth to first is the second-greatest year-to-year improvement in WAC history. Only Hawaii, which finished eighth in 1998-99 and second in 1999-2000, rose more spots in the final standings from one year to the next. (That same season the WAC went from a 14-team conference to a six-team league in women’s swimming and diving.) The Broncos also became just the sixth different WAC champion in the 20 years the conference has carried the sport, and the quickest to do so from the time of the program’s inception. Boise State repeated in impressive fashion at the 2011 WAC Championships. The Broncos finished 13-1 in dual-meet competition, with the only setback coming at No. 23 UCLA, and carried fast times into

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THE BRONCOS UNDER HILL • Back-to-Back Conference Championships

• 11 Individual Conference Champions

• One All-American

• Eight Conference Champion Relay Teams

• Two NCAA CHampionships Participants

• 53 All-Conference Academic Selections

• Five Olympic Trials Qualifiers

• 36 Dual-Meet Victories

the conference meet. Hill guided the team to 10 event titles, including all five relay wins, and 20 NCAA ‘B’ times. The Broncos earned 57 allconference spots as they racked up 835 points to outscore second-place Hawai’i by 258 points. It was the ninth-most points scored in meet history and the largest margin of victory since 2003.

During the program’s five seasons, Bronco swimmers and divers have been recognized with 53 all-conference academic honors. Academics are heavily emphasized in this program, and the Bronco swimming and diving team recorded a 3.32 GPA during the 2011 spring semester to earn Scholar All-America Team recognition from the College Swimming Coaches’ Association of America.

The 2010-11 season ended with Amber Boucher and Stephanie North earning invitations to the NCAA Championships. Boucher, the two-time WAC Swimmer of the Year, became the first Boise State All-American in the sport of swimming and diving with a 12th-place finish in the 100yard butterfly. The 2008-09 season was a landmark year as Hill guided the Broncos to their first victory over in-state rival, Idaho, in a dual meet as well as leapfrogging Idaho at the WAC Championships. Boise State also crowned its first individual conference champion that season. During the 2007-08 season, the Broncos had outstanding improvement from their inaugural season, setting team records in every event and featuring nine finalists at the WAC Championships. They finished seventh overall, beating the University of San Diego and finishing just 64 points behind Idaho. The team won its first dual meets against Division I schools, beating the Air Force Academy during a road trip to Colorado Springs and San Jose State at home. Hill has proven to be an excellent recruiter as freshmen have played key roles in the yearly improvement at Boise State. In 2008-09 Amber Boucher and Stephanie North landed on the medal podium at the WAC Championships in their first year of collegiate swimming, while North became the Broncos’ first individual conference champion. At the 2010 conference meet, the freshman class contributed to 273 points in helping Boise State capture the team crown. The following year was as impressive with freshmen combining for nine top-eight finishes at the conference meet.

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Kristin Hill (pictured with assistant coach Justin Brosseau) was named 2010-11 WAC Swimming Coach of the Year. “Our goal is to graduate all student-athletes who start our program and be sure they leave as responsible, independent young women who are ready to go out and make a difference in our world,” said Hill. “We emphasize teamwork, leadership, and personal development every day

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in our program. We laugh a lot, but we also teach a great deal and hold each team member accountable. These things, along with our intense desire as athletes to work hard, improve and make a mark nationally as a program, will continue to set our team apart.” Hill served as an assistant women’s swimming coach at Texas A&M from 2000 through 2006. In her six seasons at College Station, she worked in all aspects of coaching with the Aggie program, including on-deck coaching in the water, dry-land training, recruiting, program budgeting, administration and coordination of team travel. Hill helped the Aggies to their highest dual-meet ranking (eighth) and an 11th-place finish at the 2006 NCAA Championships. While at Texas A&M she coached 17 All-Americans, nine academic All-Americans and one USA Swimming National Champion. Over her six-year tenure at Texas A&M, the Aggie women posted a dual meet record of 53-18, which marked the best record over a six-year span in school history. Before arriving in College Station, Hill was the head men’s and women’s swimming and diving coach at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colo., for three seasons (1997-2000). During the 1999-00 season, the teams set 22 school records and she coached one honorable mention All-American. In addition to her coaching role, she was also the assistant director of admissions for the university from 1998 through 2000. Hill swam for the University of Puget Sound from 1990 through 1994 where she qualified for the NAIA National Championships all four seasons and was a 25-time NAIA All-American. She was a conference champion in the 50-yard freestyle in 1992, and she placed in the top five at the

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national championships in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle events all four of her collegiate career. Hill also advanced to nationals as a member of all five relay teams her sophomore, junior and senior years at Puget Sound. In addition, she was an NAIA Academic All-American in 1993 and 1994, and was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity. She graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Puget Sound in 1994. Immediately after graduating, Hill pursued a master’s degree at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs. While attending graduate school, she worked as a graduate research fellow for the International Center for Aquatic Research at the Olympic Training Center. Hill had the opportunity to work with many elite athletes, including the 1996 U.S. Olympic swimming team. From 1994 to 1997, Hill was an age group coach for the Colorado Springs Swim Team. She also coached the Manitou Springs High School swim team in 1996. In 1997 she received her Masters degree in basic science with an emphasis in exercise physiology. Hill grew up swimming in the northwest, training and competing with the Bellevue Club (Bellevue, Wash.) and Chinook Aquatic Club (Mercer Island, Wash.). Her swimming career began in Southern California in 1982, where she swam for the Mission Viejo Nadadores. Hill is married to Jason Hill who graduated from the University of ColoradoDenver with a bachelor of arts in political science. He received his nursing degree in Bryan, Texas from Blinn College. Jason is a registered nurse at St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Boise. Jason and Kristin have a son, Luke Watson Hill, who was born in December 2004 and a daughter, Julia Louise Hill, who was born in May 2007.

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Justin Brosseau Assistant Swimming Coach Fourth Year Missouri State, 2007

Justin Brosseau enters his fourth season as assistant women’s swimming and diving coach at Boise State University. Head swimming and diving Coach Kristin Hill hired Brosseau in July of 2008. In just his second year in Boise, Brosseau helped the Broncos claim the program’s first WAC championship and in 2011 repeated the feat.

“Justin is an integral part of our coaching staff,” said Hill. “He is a young talented coach who relates well to the women on our team and also offers a lot of knowledge both in technique and in the most effective training methods. He is positive, hard working, dedicated and organized.” Brosseau has seen the Broncos claim two conference titles and send two student-athletes to the 2011 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. The second championship came in dominant fashion as the team took 10 event titles, including all five relays, and 20 NCAA ‘B’ times. The Broncos earned 57 all-conference spots as they racked up 835 points to outscore second-place Hawai’i by 258 points. It was the ninth-most points scored in meet history and the largest margin of victory since 2003. In his first year, Brosseau helped the Broncos to their best finish at the WAC Championships in the program’s three year history. The Broncos also crowned their first WAC Champion en route to their sixth place finish. Under Brosseau, the Broncos continued to rewrite the record books and improve immensely.

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Brosseau joined the Bronco family in 2008 after spending the previous season as a volunteer assistant coach for Drury University under coach Brian Reynolds. While at Drury, the women’s team finished second at the NCAA-II Championships while the men’s team won its fourth-consecutive title. In addition to his responsibilities at Drury, Brosseau served as

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an assistant coach for Springfield (Mo.) Aquatics since 2005. During his tenure at Springfield, he coached and worked with Missouri Valley LSC Top 8 swimmers, sectional qualifiers, Missouri State high school champions, junior national qualifiers, and NCAA Division II national champions. As a team, Springfield Aquatics finished no lower than fifth at the Missouri Valley Division I Championships during his tenure. Brosseau began his coaching career with the ASA Aquadogs (formerly Truman Aquatics) USA Swimming team in Kirksville, Mo., serving as head coach and administrator of the program from 2002 through 2005. He received his BA in English literature from Missouri State University in 2007.

a member of the Springfield Aquatics senior team, was multiple event qualifier at the sectional level and a USA Swimming Zone Champion in the 200 breaststroke his junior year. “I am honored to have the opportunity to work with Coach Hill and be a part of creating a tradition of excellence at Boise State,” said Brosseau. “This is a great university in a fantastic city, and the athletic department is very supportive of the program. This team has made great strides, and I am looking forward to helping Boise State swimming develop into a force at the conference and national levels.”

“Justin’s swimming and coaching experiences with national championship programs have been an asset to our team, added Hill. “He understands our commitment to be a successful and highly competitive swimming and diving program at the conference and national level, and he is committed to helping our women be at their best outside the pool in the classroom and beyond. We are blessed to have him as a part of our program.” Competitively, Brosseau was a three-year varsity letter winner at Truman State University from 2001 to 2004. He achieved several NCAA-II “B” cuts during his career and is still ranked in the Truman swimming all-time top 10 in both the 200 breaststroke and 400 IM. In high school he was

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David Legler Head Diving Coach Third Year Indiana, 2009

David Legler joined the Bronco Coaching staff in August 2009 as head diving coach. Legler competed for Indiana University and three-time Olympic diving coach Jeff Huber, widely regarded as the premiere diving coach in the nation. Legler’s first two years on staff saw dramatic improvements in the diving events. The Broncos picked up their first medal in a diving event at the 2011 WAC Championships and sent two student-athletes to the 2011 NCAA Zone E Diving Championships.

The improvements on the diving board led to a talented recruiting class in Legler’s first full season of attracting new student-athletes to the Boise State program. One of Legler’s recruits, Ciera Cortney, went on to compete at the Zone Championships in 2011 after a successful season. Cortney set school records in both springboard events during her freshman campaign, culminating with a silver medal on one-meter at the WAC Championships.

“David is one of the finest young men I have ever coached,” said Huber. He is a class act and you will be very impressed with his work ethic, his attitude and his knowledge. He will be an outstanding mentor for your divers and swimmers. You won’t find a better young coach than David.”

Burnett continued to improve and was named WAC Diver of the Week (Dec. 1-7) for the second time in her career. As a redshirt junior she improved her school-record score on the platform. She advanced to the finals on platform at zones. All four divers on the 2010-11 roster set career bests in at least two events.

Legler helped the Boise State divers realize, and exceed, their potential in 2009-10. The Broncos set a school best in points scored at the WAC Championships to help the team win the program’s first conference title in just its fourth year of existence. Other achievements during Legler’s first season in Boise included: Amanda Burnett becoming the first diver to reach the finals at the WAC Championships where she set a school record in the platform; and Burnett became the first Bronco to earn WAC Diver of the Week (Jan. 23-31).

“The swimming and diving program has shown tremendous growth over the last few years,” Legler said. “The team continues to exceed expectations in the pool and the classroom and I don’t expect to see anything different moving forward. The athletic department is committed to the success of our program and we have an experienced athletic and academic support staff readily available to the team. Add in a great school, a fantastic place to live and the best fans any school could ask for, and Boise State offers an unmatched collegiate opportunity.”

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In 2009, Legler earned his Bachelor of Science degree in business with majors in accounting and entrepreneurship from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. He was a member of the Alpha Beta Honorary for student athletes who earned a 3.0 or better for dedication and success in balancing academics and athletics (2006, 2007, 2008). While at Indiana he spent five years competing at a national level. Legler had a successful career in the Big 10 that was exemplified not only by his athletic performance, but also by his personal character when he won the Sportsmanship award for the Indiana Swimming and Diving team two years in a row. He was a team captain and mentor during the 2007-08 season. Legler’s athletic accomplishments include top-three finishes on platform at the Big Ten Championships in 2007 (silver) and 2008 (bronze). The Big Ten Conference is known to be one of the top diving conferences in the nation. Legler was a Zone Qualifier in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and missed qualifying for the NCAA Championships in 2008 by four-tenths of a point. He was a member of the USA Diving Senior National Championship Team in 2008 and was a USA Diving Senior National Qualifier in 2006 and 2008. Legler spent the last four summers as a coach and counselor at the Indiana Diving Academy camp where he gained valuable coaching experience and honed his skills as a diving instructor.

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“David has been a valuable asset to our swimming and diving program,” says Head Coach Kristin Hill. “He took a brand new diver, Amanda Burnett, and coached her to a top 8 finish on platform at our conference championships. This was a great accomplishment in his first year as a college coach. David is a great communicator, he thrives on challenging tasks, and he’s beyond his years in maturity as a coach and a staff member. In just his first year with our divers he made a significant impact on the quality of our program, and it will be exciting to see him at work again this season with our student-athletes.” Legler grew up in Blue Springs, Mo. where he helped Blue Springs High School win the 2004 swimming and diving state title. He was also a member of Jayhawk Diving Club out of Lawrence, Kan., and competed in gymnastics for 13 years.

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BRONCO SWIMMING & DIVING SUPPORT STAFF

Kelly Forrester

Undergraduate Assistant Coach

Paige LaPorte

Student Manager

Student Manager

Will Voytovich

Student Manager

Nu’u Tafisi

Athletic Trainer

Academic Advisor

Undergraduate Assistant Coach

Christine Mabile

Sarah McBrien

Chelsea Herman

Jenny Nowatzke

Strength and Conditioning

Hilary Horton-Brown Mike Walsh

Nutritionist

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MEET THE BRONCOS

Amber Boucher Senior Butterfly/Freestyle Keizer, Ore. (McNary HS)

Highlights: 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier...2011 NCAA Championships participant...2011 All-American...competed at 2010 and 2011 summer nationals...school record holder in four individual events and four relays (100 butterfly, 50, 100 and 200 freestyle; and 200, 400 and 800 freestyle and 400 medley relays)...two-time WAC Swimmer of the Year...six-time WAC Swimmer of the Week...12 career gold medals (17 overall) at conference championships. Junior (2010-11): Earned All-America distinction with a 12th-place finish in the 100 fly at the 2011 NCAA Championships, becoming the first Bronco to score at the national meet…finished 19th in the 100 free and 26th in the 50 free…season-best times ranked in the top 25 nationally in four events 100 fly (seventh); 100 free (13th); 200 free (21st); and 50 free (22nd)…repeated as WAC Swimmer of the Year after winning seven gold medals in helping the Broncos repeat as conference champions at the 2011 WAC Championships…set meet record in repeating as champion in 50 free…lowered pool record by more than a second as

she won her second-consecutive 100 fly conference title…also set pool record in 100 free…member of winning 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relays and 400 medley relay…set meet record in 400 freestyle and medley relays… claimed 23 spots on the all-time top-10 list in individual events, including four school records…won four events (50 free, 100 free and 100 fly and 400 free relay) as the Broncos finished second at the Missouri Invitational (Dec. 3-5)…won the 100 back in first-career attempt Jan. 14, against Seattle, also setting a Boise West YMCA pool record…added pool records at Northern Arizona, Washington State and Seattle…racked up 24 individual wins and another 35 relay wins…named WAC Swimmer of the Week three times. Sophomore (2009-10): Named the WAC Swimmer of the Year after winning five gold medals at the WAC Championships…took two individual titles at the WAC Championships in the 50 free and 100 fly as well as helping the 800 free relay, 400 free relay and 400 medley relay teams to gold medals…two-time WAC Swimmer of the Week in the 2009-10 season

Career Bests 100 Backstroke........................ 56.28

50 Freestyle.............................. 22.30

200 Freestyle........................ 1:45.22

100 Butterfly............................ 52.05

100 Freestyle............................ 48.33

200 Individual Medley......... 2:08.88

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with both honors coming in the month of January…broke the school records in the 50 free, 200 free and the 100 fly…also part of recordbreaking freestyle relay teams in the 200, 400 and 800 as well as the 400 medley relay…took the 50 free title at the WAC Shootout (Oct. 9-10) while finishing third overall in the 100 fly and 200 free…took the 200 free and 100 fly titles in the Broncos dual victories over Northern Arizona (Nov. 13), San Diego (Jan. 9) and New Mexico State (Jan. 30)…also won the 50 free in the Broncos win over Idaho (Jan. 23). Freshman (2008-09): Became the third Bronco to earn Swimmer of the Week honors after leading the Broncos to their first victory over Idaho (Jan. 24)…set two school records in her first WAC Championships in the 100 fly and 50 free (tied with Stephanie North)…also helped set team records in the 200, 400 and 800 free relays as well as the 400 medley relay at the WAC Championships…finished second in the 100 free while finishing in a tie for third in the 50 free and sixth in the 100 fly…took second place in the 200 and 100 free on the first day of the WAC

shootout…took first place in the 100 fly and 50 free against WAC-rivals Hawaii (Jan. 11) and Idaho…sprinted to a first place finish in the 50 free when the Broncos hosted Oregon State (Feb. 7) and grabbed second place in the 100 free. High School: Four-year letterwinner under head coach Kim Phillips... holds the school record in every freestyle and relay event…2006 high school state champion in the 50 free and finished second in the 100 free… holds the league records in the 50 and 100 free…two-time high school All-American (2005, 2006)…named Statesman Journal All-Region Team and Female Swimmer of the Year in 2006…was undefeated in league competition as a freshman, sophomore and junior...also played volleyball on both the freshman and JV teams…member of the German Club...was on the honor roll while at McNary HS…named to the all-academic team… recipient of the Academic Excellence Award...majoring in visual art.

“I still remember the day Amber committed to come to Boise State. I knew it could change the face of our program, and it certainly has. Not only was she the first Bronco to score at the NCAA Championships, Amber is a great leader as one of our team captains. It’s going to be an exciting year for her.”

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Amanda Burnett Senior Diving Glendale, Ariz. (Mountain Ridge HS)

Highlights: Reached finals of 2011 NCAA Zone Championships...school record holder on platform...became first Bronco to reach finals of a diving event at conference championships (WAC 2010, platform)...no competetive diving experience before 2009...earned bachelor’s degrees in general business and marketing and is currently taking graduate-level courses toward a master’s in business administration. Redshirt Junior (2010-11): Advanced to the finals of the platform competition at the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships after becoming the first Bronco to qualify for the meet in the event...finished 11th at zones...improved school record on platform at Missouri Invitational en route to earning WAC Diver of the Week (Dec. 1-7)...won three-meter competition against Rice (Oct. 8).

Championships with an eighth-place finish on the platform...also set the school record on the platform at the WAC Championships...took the onemeter title in the Broncos dual win over Idaho (Jan. 23) and took second in the three-meter...also won the one-meter event against New Mexico State (Jan. 30). Freshman/Sophomore (2007-09): Member of the Boise State gymnastics team. High School: Graduated in the top 10-percent of her class with a 4.25 GPA...competed for Oasis Gymnastics Club...club coaches included Travis Rainer, Dana Hall, Janine Thompson and Orley Szmuch...won the 2005 YMCA National title...placed at her Level 10 Regionals.

Redshirt Sophomore (2009-10): Became the first Bronco to garner WAC Diver of the Week honors when she earned the honor for the week of Jan. 23-31...became the first Bronco to earn diving points at the WAC

Career Bests 1-Meter..................................... 239.30

3-Meter..................................... 223.58

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“Amanda has been a great leader. She comes in every day and meets goals. That’s going to be a big loss when she is gone. She is such a great example for all of the girls in and out of the pool.”

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Kelsy Diener

Senior Backstroke/Freestyle/Individual Medley Mesa, Ariz. (Red Mountain HS/San Diego State)

Highlights: 2011 summer nationals participant...school record holder in 200 individual medley and three relays (200 and 400 freestyle and 200 medley)...only Bronco with experience at MW Championships, scoring in four events during two years at SDSU...three career gold medals (four overall) at conference championships. Junior (2010-11): Set four career bests and one school record at the 2011 WAC Championships...made the podium in three individual events...took second in 200 individual medley with the fastest time in Boise State history...placed sixth in the 200 back and 200 free...member of winning 400 freestyle relay team, helping to set a pool and meet record...anchored winning 200 free relay team...scored in four events at the Missouri Invitational.

against San Diego...member of the 200 medley relay team that finished first in a dual meet with Utah. High School: Four-year letterwinner under head coach Mike Peterson at Red Mountain High School...named All-American...earned all-region accolades as a sophomore and junior...named team MVP all four years... Captured district titles in the 100 back and 200 IM as a freshman, sophomore and junior...placed at state all four years in the 100 back and 200 IM...Claimed back-to-back state championships in the 100 back as a sophomore and junior...four-year honor roll student and academic AllAmerican...majoring in psychology.

San Diego State (2008-10): Two-year letterwinner under head coach Mike Shroder at San Diego State University...as a freshman earned three spots in SDSU all-time top 10 rankings...won the 200 back in a dual meet

Career Bests 100 Backstroke........................ 56.87

100 Freestyle............................ 52.32

500 Freestyle.........................5:00.91

200 Backstroke.................... 1:59.84

200 Freestyle........................ 1:50.09

200 Individual Medley.......... 2:01.95

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“Kelsy was a great strength for us this past season. She is so versatile and she regained a lot of confidence after a year as a Bronco. It’s rare to find someone we can look to in both backstrokes, the 200 IM, and the 100 and 200 freestyle. Kelsy is someone teammates and coaches can count on to help out in a time of need, big or small. I look forward to helping her finish her senior year at her best.”

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Emily Irvin

Senior Breaststroke/Individual Medley Bakersfield, Calif. (Stockdale HS)

Highlights: 2011 summer nationals participant...owns 11 spots on alltime top-10 lists across three individual events...six top-eight finishes at conference championships.

added the 100 back title against Idaho...Scored a second-place finish in the 100 breast and a third-place finish in the 200 IM against New Mexico State (Jan. 30).

Junior (2010-11): Placed in the top 10 of three events at the 2011 WAC Championships: 100 breast (eighth), 100 fly (ninth) and 200 individual medley (ninth)...set career bests in the fly and IM...earned a victory in the 100 fly against Seattle (Jan. 14)...improved career mark in 200 free at New Mexico State (Oct. 22).

Freshman (2008-09): Made her mark by setting three records in her first year in the 100 and 200 breast as well as the 200 IM at the WAC Championships...also helped set new school records in the 200 and 400 medley relays as well as the 800 free relay at the WAC Championships... finished sixth in the 200 IM and 100 breast as well as seventh in the 200 breast at the WAC Championships...took a first place finish in the 100 breast at San Jose State (Nov. 1)...made her Bronco debut with a second place finish in the 100 breast against Utah and Washington (Oct. 3-4)...earned another first place finish in the 100 breast at Hawaii (Jan 11)...took a pair of first place finishes against Idaho (Jan. 24) in both breaststroke events as well as second in the 200 IM...also took first and second place in the 100 and 200 breast, respectively, against Oregon State (Feb. 7).

Sophomore (2009-10): Helped the Broncos to their first WAC title by scoring in three events...Placed sixth in the 200 IM and 200 breast and placed ninth in the 100 breast at the WAC Championships...kicked off the season with an overall title at the WAC Shootout (Oct. 9-10) in the 200 IM...took the 100 breast title against Washington State (Oct. 17)... also took both the 100 and 200 breast titles in WAC dual victories over Northern Arizona (Nov. 13) , San Diego (Jan. 9) and Idaho (Jan. 23)...

Career Bests 100 Breaststroke................ 1:03.57

100 Freestyle............................ 54.65

1000 Freestyle................... 10:34.73

200 Breaststroke.................2:18.24

200 Freestyle........................ 1:55.97

200 Individual Medley......... 2:04.28

100 Butterfly.............................56.12

500 Freestyle........................ 5:00.57

400 Individual Medley.......... 4:31.00

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High School: Swam for coach Adam Bledsoe at Stockdale High School... outside of the high school season she competed for the Bakersfield Swim Club under coach Keith Moore...three-year valley champion in the 100 breast...holds both the area and school record in the 100 breast and 100 fly...served as the captain of her swim team at Stockdale her senior season...member of the National Honor Society and the Fellowship of the Christian Athletes...majoring in entrepreneurship management.

“Emily is driven and rarely backs down. She put in good work this summer to prepare for her best collegiate year of swimming yet. Emily has had so much success in the classroom, and her hard work spills over into the pool, too. She loves this team and works hard to lay the foundation for our future as she recruits, helps our freshmen adjust, and works hard in practice everyday�

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Tana Loan

Senior Diving Lake Tapps, Wash. (Auburn Riverside HS)

Highlights: 2 Redshirt Junior (2010-11): Set career bests in all three diving events... one-meter and three-meter bests came at The Bruin Invite UCLA Diving Invitational...platform mark was posted at Missouri Invitational...scored on both springboard events against Idaho (Jan. 22). Redshirt Sophomore (2009-10): Took second in the one-meter against San Diego State (Jan. 7)...also took fourth in the three-meter against San Diego (Jan. 9) in a Bronco dual victory...recorded a career-best in the one-meter against New Mexico State (Jan. 30)...also earned a career-best in the three-meter at the WAC Championships.

High School/Club: Earned two varsity letters in gymnastics at Auburn Riverside...competed for coaches Brad Loan and Candyce Chittundin at Puget Sound Gymnastics...was a state qualifier in gymnastics during her junior and senior seasons...named team captain of the gymnastics squad...qualified for Western Nationals in gymnastics in 2003, 2006 and 2007...member of the speech & debate team...named ASB senior class vice president...earned two varsity letters in track & field...garnered a fifth place finish in the pole vault at the state track meet in 2007... member of the honor roll throughout her time at Auburn Riverside... majoring in nursing.

Redshirt Freshman (2008-09): Recorded career-bests at the BYU Invitational (Dec. 6) in both the one-meter and three-meter events. 2007-08: Did not compete.

Career Bests 1-Meter...................................... 216.45

3-Meter...................................... 231.95

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Platform...................................156.70

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“Tana has grown a lot as a diver and a person. For someone to walk on with no diving experience and compete against people who have been diving their whole lives is tough, and she has taken that challenge full stride.�

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Stephanie North Senior Freestyle Klamath Falls, Ore. (Henley HS)

Highlights: 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier...2011 NCAA Championships participant...reached finals of 100-meter freestyle at 2011 summer nationals...school record holder in four events (200, 400 and 800 freestyle and 400 medley relays)...four-time WAC Swimmer of the Week...10 career gold medals at conference championships. Junior (2010-11): Joined Amber Boucher as first Bronco swimmers to be invited to the NCAA Championships...earned qualifying time in the 100 freestyle...also swam 50 free and 200 free at the national championships... placed 29th in the 100, 32nd in the 50 and 52nd in the 200...earned gold at the 2011 WAC Championships in the 200 freestyle, anchored winning 200 and 800 free relays and 400 medley relay, led off winning 400 free relay team...grabbed silver medals in the 50 and 100 freestyle events... swept sprint freestyle titles against No. 23 UCLA (Jan. 7)...undefeated in six individual races against Pac-10 Conference competition...undefeated in the 100 free at dual-meet competition...totaled 24 individual wins on the season and 31 relay wins.

Sophomore (2009-10): Captured the WAC title in the 100 free for the second-consecutive year while also setting the school record, and finished second at the WAC Championships in the 50 and 200 free...named WAC Swimmer of the Week twice during the 2009-10 season...helped the Broncos capture the WAC title and set school records in the 400 free relay, 400 medley relay and the 800 free relay...opened the season with overall firsts in the 50 and 100 free at the WAC Shootout (Oct. 9-10)... took both the 50 and 100 free against Washington State (Oct. 17)...also finished first in the 50 and 100 free over BYU (Nov. 6), New Mexico (Nov. 6), Seattle (Nov. 6), Northern Arizona (Nov. 13), San Diego (Jan. 9) and New Mexico State (Jan. 30)...took the 100 free title at the Missouri Invitational...captured the 200 free titles in duals over San Diego State (Jan. 7), Tulane (Jan. 7) and Idaho (Jan. 23). Freshman (2008-09): Became the first Bronco to win an individual event at the WAC Championships when she won the 100 free...broke school records in the 200 free, 100 free...Earned the second Swimmer of the

Career Bests 100 Backstroke.................... 1:00.96

50 Freestyle.............................. 22.67

100 Butterfly............................. 57.10

100 Freestyle............................ 48.82

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200 Freestyle........................ 1:46.96

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Week honor in program history after the Broncos first two meets against Utah and Washington (Oct. 3-4)...also helped her relay teams break school records in the 200, 400 and 800 free relays as well as the 200 medley relay...led the Broncos with a second place finish in the 200 free and tied for third in the 50 free at the WAC Championships...took the top spot in the 100 free against Oregon State (Feb. 7)...brought in a first-place finish in the 200 free and a third-place finish in the 100 free to help the Broncos beat Idaho (Jan. 24)...earned a pair of first-place finishes in the 100 and 200 free at Hawaii (Jan. 11)...led the Broncos with a 10th-place finish in the 100 free at the Husky Invitational (Dec. 4-6)...finished in the top spot in the 200 free against Fresno State (Nov. 15)...finished second in the 50 free to lead the Broncos in that event at San Jose State (Nov. 1)... won both the 50 and 100 free at the WAC Shootout (Oct. 10-11)...placed third in 50 free and fourth in the 100 free against Utah and Washington while breaking school records in both events during her Bronco debut.

High School/Club: Attended Henley High School where she swam for coach Dan Simmer at both her high school and Klamath Basin Aquatics Sports...holds eight school records in addition to seven state titles...twotime All-American...earned four varsity letters in swimming ...served as swim team captain for two years. Earned four varsity letters in track while attending Henley...named captain of the women’s track team for one season...majoring in visual art, photography.

“Stephanie was the first Bronco to qualify for U.S. Olympic Trials two summers ago. Her ability to compete is incredible and she’s a big reason why the team has been so successful over the last few years. Stephanie has already stood out to me as a team leader this year. She is ready to finish her senior year better than ever and it’s going to be exciting to coach her through trials this summer.”

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2010 & 2011 WAC Champions

Jennifer Cahill Junior Distance Freestyle Wailuku, Hawaii (Baldwin HS)

Highlights: Holds three individual school records and one relay record (500, 1000 and 1650 freestyle; 800 freestyle relay)...two career gold medals (four overall) at conference championships. Sophomore (2010-11): Broke two of her own school records and helped the 800 freestyle relay team to gold at the 2011 WAC Championships ...finished third in the 500 free and 1650 free, earning an NCAA ‘B’ Cut in the 500...lowered record in the mile by nearly 13 seconds...won the 500 and 1000 freestyle races against Rice (Oct. 8) and at Seattle and Oregon State (Feb. 5)...earned 10 individual victories in dual meets and was part of four winning relay teams on the year. Freshman (2009-10): Garnered WAC Swimmer of the Week honors for the week of Nov. 2-8, becoming the fourth Bronco in history to earn the weekly award...set school records in the 500 and 1000 free as well as the mile during her freshman campaign...also helped the Broncos to a WAC title in the 800 free relay in a school record time...began her Bronco

career with first-place finishes in the 500 and 1000 at the WAC Shootout (Oct. 9-10)...helped the Broncos take down Washington State (Oct. 17) with a title in the 1000 free...won both long distance events over Northern Arizona (Nov. 13), Tulane (Jan. 7), San Diego (Jan. 9), Idaho (Jan. 23) and New Mexico State (Jan. 30)...finished second in the 500 free at the WAC Championships and finished ninth in the 200 free. High School: Four-year letterwinner under coach Wad Hondo...threetime team MVP...state champion in the 500 free in the 2006-07 season... holds the Maui Interscholastic League record in the 500 free...won the state championship in the 500 free and 1000 free for her club team, the Hawaii Swim Club, in 2008...named the MIL Swimmer of the Year for the 2006-07 season...majoring in general business, marketing.

Career Bests 100 Backstroke.................... 1:00.65

100 Freestyle.............................53.18

1000 Freestyle.................... 10:18.16

200 Backstroke.................... 2:09.83

200 Freestyle........................ 1:50.73

1650 Freestyle....................16:51.62

50 Freestyle.............................. 25.38

500 Freestyle......................... 4:51.96

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Shanelle Choi Junior Butterfly/Freestyle Waipahu, Hawaii (Pearl City HS)

Highlights: Member of two top-10 relay teams in school history...one career win in dual-meet competition...set or improved career best in every event she competed during 2010-11.

High School: Three-time state champion and school record-holder at Pearl City High School in Hawaii...majoring in communication.

Sophomore (2010-11): Set five career bests, including three at the 2011 WAC Championships...finished first in the ‘C’ Finals of the 100 fly and 100 free...finished second in 50 free ‘C’ Final...picked up first-career win in 100 free against Seattle (Jan. 14)...scored in 11 races during dualmeet competition. Freshman (2009-10): Helped the Broncos to a dual win over Northern Arizona (Nov. 13) with a second-place finish in the 200 free and a thirdplace finish in the 100 fly...also helped Broncos to victory by finishing second in the 100 free against Idaho (Jan. 23)...finished third in the 200 free against New Mexico State (Jan. 30).

Career Bests 100 Breaststroke.................1:08.74

50 Freestyle.............................. 23.67

500 Freestyle......................... 5:11.58

100 Butterfly............................ 55.85

100 Freestyle.............................51.53

200 Individual Medley..........2:16.30

200 Butterfly......................... 2:13.21

200 Freestyle........................ 1:54.28

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Stevie Hughey

Junior Butterfly/Freestyle Bakersfield, Calif. (Frontier HS)

Highlights: Member of four school-record relay teams...competed at 2011 summer nationals...five career gold medals (seven overall) at conference championships. Sophomore (2010-11): Won six medals at the 2011 WAC Championships, including helping four relay teams to gold...took second in the 100 fly and rounded out a 1-2-3 finish for Boise State in the 50 free with an NCAA ‘B’ Cut...won the 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relays and 200 medley relay... finished sixth in the 100 free...was a member of 18 winning relay teams during the year...won three individual titles in dual-meet competition... won 200 individual medley on consecutive weekends against Seattle (Jan. 15) and Idaho (Jan. 22).

WAC Shootout (Oct. 9-10)...helped the Broncos to a win over Northern Arizona (Nov. 13) with a second-place finish in the 50 free and a thirdplace finish in the 100 free...took third in the 50 free against San Diego (Jan. 9)...finished 14th at the WAC Championships in the 100 fly and took 16th in the 100 free. High School: Swam under coach Breanne Hentshke at Frontier High School...won the Valley championship in 2008 in the 100 breast and placed second in the 50 free...was a four-time all-area selection...holds school records in the 50 and 100 free as well as the 200 IM...competed under coach Keith Moore with the Bakersfield Swim Club...majoring in health science.

Freshman (2009-10): Helped the Broncos set school records in the 200 and 400 free relays...earned a gold medal by helping the Broncos to a first-place finish in the 400 free relay at the WAC Championships...began Bronco career with an overall second-place finish in the 50 free at the

Career Bests 100 Breaststroke................ 1:05.77

50 Freestyle.............................. 23.01

100 Butterfly............................ 54.64

100 Freestyle............................ 50.50

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200 Individual Medley.......... 2:07.35

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Lexi Pfeiffer

Junior Diving Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS)

Highlights: Ranks in the top 10 all-time on one meter in championshipstyle meets. Sophomore (2010-11): Set career bests in all three diving events... advanced to the semifinals on one-meter at The Bruin Invite UCLA Diving Invitational...also set career mark on three-meter at the meet...placed ninth on platform with career-best score at Missouri Invitational...missed final two months of the season. Freshman (2009-10): Set career-best in the one-meter with a thirdplace finish against New Mexico State (Jan. 30)...recorded career-best in the 3-meter at the WAC Championships. High School: Competed as a level-10 gymnast for 15 years...competed with the Rebel Dive Club in Las Vegas...also competed at the Regional Diving Championships in 2009...majoring in health promotion.

Career Bests 1-Meter..................................... 230.85

3-Meter...................................... 212.45

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Christine Raininger Junior Butterfly/Individual Medley Ajax, Ontario, Canada (Pickering HS)

Highlights: 2012 Canadian Olympic Trials qualifier...holds school record in 400 individual medley...first Bronco freshman to win multiple individual conference titles...two career gold medals (four overall) at conference championships. Sophomore (2010-11): Earned two medals and a third podium finish at the 2011 WAC Championships...took second in the 400 individual medley in school-record time, also garnering an NCAA ‘B’ Cut...placed third in the 200 fly and sixth in the 200 IM...won the 400 individual medley at the Missouri Invitational (Dec. 4)...swept the IM races against North Texas and New Mexico State (Oct. 22 and 23)...picked up four dual-meet wins in each the 200 and 400 individual medley.

Seattle (Nov. 6)...Finished first in the 200 IM against Tulane (Jan. 7) and San Diego Jan. 9)...added 200 fly title against Toreros...took the 400 IM title in the Broncos’ dual win over Idaho (Jan. 23). High School: Record-holder in the 200 fly, 200 IM and 800 and 1500 free for the Ajax Swimming Club...named “Ironswimmer” of the Ontario province in 2007...finished 12th in the 200 fly and 400 IM at the World Championship Trials in Canada...also finished 19th in the 200 IM and 37th in the 100 fly...majoring in environmental studies.

Freshman (2009-10): Captured a pair of WAC titles in the 400 IM and 200 fly, while also setting the school record in each event...also set the school record in the 200 IM with a fourth-place finish at the WAC Championships...won the 200 fly over both New Mexico (Nov. 6) and

Career Bests 100 Breaststroke.................1:10.86

200 Butterfly......................... 2:01.20

200 Individual Medley......... 2:04.23

200 Breaststroke................ 2:30.45

100 Freestyle............................ 55.54

400 Individual Medley..........4:16.75

100 Butterfly............................ 56.29

200 Freestyle........................ 1:56.80

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Brooke Balogh

Sophomore Butterfly/Freestyle/Individual Medley Lincoln, Neb. (Lincoln Southeast HS)

Highlights: Improved lifetime bests in seven events in 2011...advanced to ‘A’ Final of two events at conference championships...one of six Broncos all-time to break five-minute mark in 500 freestyle. Freshman (2010-11): Scored top-eight finishes in two events at the 2011 WAC Championships...placed seventh in the 200 fly and eighth in the 400 individual medley...swam in ‘C’ Final of 500 freestyle...set five career bests at conference meet...scored in the 1000 free in three dual meets, placing as high as second against Seattle (Jan. 14)...took third in the 200 fly at the final two dual meets of the season...scored in the 200 fly and 400 IM at the Missouri Invitational. High School: Earned two letters in high school, one at Monroe High School in Monroe, Mich., and one at Lincoln Southeast...swam last two years of high school for Lincoln Select Swimming, founded and coached by her parents...as a freshman at Monroe, earned first-team All-MEGA Conference and all-region honors with a league title in 200 free, and

second-place finish in 100 fly...earned all-state after placing fifth at state meet in 500 free and swimming two other events...member of All-American 400 free relay team, school-record holder in 400 free relay...voted team Most Valuable Freshman...as a sophomore at Lincoln Southeast earned first-team All-Heartland Conference winning 100 fly and 200 IM at conference meet...named all-region and all-state with third-place finishes at state meet in 500 free and 200 IM...Club team won long course and short course state championships in 2010...2009 Midwestern Swimming Short Course Swimmer of the Year...earned 2010 Midwestern Swimming High Point Award in short course and long course...USA Swimming Academic All-American...valedictorian and member of the National Honors Society...majoring in mechanical engineering.

Career Bests 200 Backstroke......................2:07.17

200 Freestyle.........................1:52.47

200 Individual Medley......... 2:09.87

100 Butterfly.............................57.47

500 Freestyle........................ 4:59.66

400 Individual Medley.......... 4:27.34

200 Butterfly........................ 2:04.42

1000 Freestyle................... 10:40.38

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2010 & 2011 WAC Champions

Ciera Cortney

Sophomore Diving Las Vegas, Nev. (Bishop Gorman HS)

Highlights: 2011 USA Diving National Championships participant (1-meter)...2011 AAU national champion (3-meter)...2011 AAU national runner up (1-meter)...first Bronco diver to medal at conference championships (2011, 1-meter, silver)...holds school records for champiopnship-style meets on 1- and 3-meter. Freshman (2010-11): Garnered a silver medal on one-meter after becoming first Bronco to reach the finals of a springboard diving competition at the WAC Championships...competed at NCAA Zone E Diving Championships, finishing 14th on platform with a career-best score...set school records on one-meter and three-meter...placed 10th on three-meter at WAC Championships...took first on one-meter in Broncos’ dual against UCLA with first Zone qualifying score of her career...earned five wins on one-meter...placed eighth in both springboard events at Missouri Invitational.

one of the most decorated divers in Nevada state history...four-time state champion in the 1-meter, including state-record score 488.55 as a sophomore...three-time national qualifier...national finalist on the 1-meter and 3-meter as a senior...earned All-America recognition as a junior and a senior...guided Bishop Gorman to state title as a senior...also lettered in tennis four years, helping Bishop Gorman to state titles each season...graduated co-valedictorian, and earned an honors diploma... Named to the all-state academic team each of her four years...majoring in health science.

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Bishop Gorman High School...

Career Bests 1-Meter..................................... 288.75

3-Meter..................................... 255.20

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Olivia Harrell

Sophomore Butterfly/Freestyle Springfield, Mo. (Glendale HS)

Highlights: Imrpoved two lifetime bests in 2011...swam in finals at conference and Missouri Invitational as a freshman. Freshman (2010-11): Set career bests in 100 fly and 50 free at 2011 WAC Championships...qualified for the ‘C’ Finals of the 50 and 100 freestyle events at the conference championships...scored in two events during dual-meet competition...placed fourth in the 200 individual medley against Seattle (Jan. 15)...took fourth against Seattle in the 50 free (Jan. 14).

in the top five in the 200 free (third), 100 free (fifth) and 400 medley relay (second)...finished runner-up in three events (100 free, 200 free relay and 400 free relay) and third in the 200 free as a senior...member of the National Honors Society for two years...majoring in health science.

High School: Four-year letterwinner under head coach Jim Whytlaw at Glendale High School...earned All-American honors as a junior and senior...as a freshman placed eighth in the 100 free, and helped Glendale to fourth-place finishes in the 200 and 400 medley relays at Missouri State Championships...as a sophomore finished runner-up in the 200 free and 200 medley relay, finished third in 100 free and 400 free relay... as a junior anchored state-champion 200 medley relay team and finished

Career Bests 100 Butterfly............................ 57.65

100 Freestyle.............................51.90

500 Freestyle.........................5:09.51

50 Freestyle.............................. 24.63

200 Freestyle......................... 1:51.62

200 Individual Medley......... 2:08.82

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Rachel Heaney

Sophomore Butterfly/Freestyle/Individual Medley North Bend, Ore. (North Bend HS)

Highlights: 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier...holds school record in 200 fly...competed at 2011 summer nationals...scored three top-five finishes at conference meet as a freshman...10 career dual-meet victories...one career gold medal at conference championships. Freshman (2010-11): Became third freshman in Boise State history to win an individual conference title as she clocked a school record and NCAA ‘B’ Cut to win the 200 fly at the 2011 WAC Championships...took fourth in the 100 fly and fifth in the 500 free at the conference meet... posted 10 individual wins during the year...led the Broncos to a win against in-state rival Idaho (Jan. 22) with wins in the 500 and 1000 free and 200 fly...won the 200 fly and took second in the 1000 free and 400 individual medley against Washington State (Jan. 21)...finished second in 200 fly at Missouri Invitational...won first collegiate race in 200 fly against Rice (Oct. 8).

at North Bend High School...earned First Team All-Far West Conference and first team all-state honors all four years...as a freshman won individual state titles in the 100 fly and 500 free, and teamed with former Bronco Denise Green on two state-champion relay teams en route to a team championship...named team MVP as a sophomore after repeating as state champion in the 500 free and adding individual title in the 200 free...as a junior won third-consecutive state title in the 500 free and was again named team MVP...completed four-year sweep of the 500 free as a senior and anchored state-champion 200 free relay team...also named team captain and team MVP senior year...three-time scholastic All-American...majoring in nursing.

High School: Four-year letterwinner under head coach Chris Richmond

Career Bests 100 Butterfly............................ 54.70

500 Freestyle........................ 4:53.20

200 Butterfly........................ 1:58.59

1000 Freestyle.................... 10:16.18

200 Freestyle........................ 1:55.36

1650 Freestyle....................17:10.49

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400 Individual Medley..........4:26.71

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Chelsea Miller Sophomore Breaststroke/Individual Medley San Antonio, Texas (Tom Clark HS)

Highlights: 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials qualifier...holds school record in the 200 breast...competed at 2010 and 2011 summer nationals...swam ‘A’ Finals of three events at conference meet as a freshman...two career medals at conference championships. Freshman (2010-11): Scored in three events, medaling twice at the 2011 WAC Championships...earned silver in the 200 breast with a school-record and NCAA ‘B’ qualifying time...grabbed bronze in the 400 individual medley and added a sixth-place finish in the 100 breast...won the 200 breast five times in dual-meet competition, including against rival Idaho (Jan. 22) and Pac-10 foe Oregon State (Feb. 5).

repeated as district swimmer of the year and a member of the all-state first team as a junior, guiding Clark to an eighth-place finish at the state meet...named team captain senior year and led team to another eighth-place finish at the 5A state meet where she garnered first team all-state honors for the third year...Junior Nationals medalist...holds five school records at Clark...owns 27th-fastest time in Texas public high school history in the 100 Breast...also lettered three years in Water Polo, and was a first team all-region selection as a sophomore...three-time scholastic All-American, and a member of the Science National Honor Society...majoring in biology.

High School: Four-year letterwinner under head coach Tony Plummer at Tom Clark High School...five-time high school All-American during her final three years...as a freshman, guided Clark to a third-place finish at districts...team advanced to the state meet as a sophomore after being named district swimmer of the year, also earned first team all-state...

Career Bests 100 Breaststroke................ 1:03.46

100 Butterfly............................ 57.59

200 Individual Medley......... 2:04.07

200 Breaststroke.................2:13.64

500 Freestyle........................ 5:08.25

400 Individual Medley.......... 4:21.71

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2010 & 2011 WAC Champions

Emily Blasko

Freshman Freestyle Plymouth, Minn. (Armstrong HS) High School: Three-year letterwinner at Armstrong High School, under head coach Lindsay Schiffler...top-10 finisher at state in 200 and 500 freestyle each of her three seasons...school-record holder in each event... section swimmer of the year as a sophomore and junior...team captain as a junior...focused on club swimming as a senior...competed for Aquajets Swim Club under head coach Kate Lundsten ...second-fastest 1000-yard freestyle time in Minnesota in 2011 for all ages...participated at summer junior nationals three times...helped Aquajets to second place finish at 2009 NCSA Junior Nationals...2010 and 2011 USA Swimming Scholar AllAmerican ...plans to study elementary education.

Jessica Bottelberghe Freshman Backstroke/Butterfly/Freestyle Vancouver, Wash. (Columbia River HS)

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Columbia River High School, under head coach Tim Hegedus...All-American 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 AllAmerican...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 also 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.

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Emily Campbell

Freshman Backstroke/Breaststroke/Individual Medley Aberdeen, S.D. (Aberdeen Central HS) High School: Swam under head coach Elyce Kastigar at Aberdeen Swim Club...state record holder in 100- and 200-yard breast in four age groups, including 17-18...helped Aberdeen to second-place finishes at South Dakota State Meet each of past four years...won at least one event at state championships in nine of the last 10 seasons, including six individual titles in 2011 and four in 2010...named team MVP last three seasons... multi-year Central Zone Champion, including 2010 senior champion in 200 breast in meet-record time...junior nationals finalist...three-time USA Swimming Scholar All-American...four-year member of the Central High School Honor Roll...there is no high school-sponsored swimming in South Dakota...plans to study engineering.

Nikki Cannon

Freshman Backstroke/Freestyle/Individual Medley Vancouver, Wash. (Hudson’s Bay HS) High School: Four-year letterwinner at Hudson’s Bay High School, under head coach Dave Soelberg...All-American recognition in 100 back...twotime WIAA 3A state champion in 100 back, repeating in her final two seasons...six-time district champion...advanced to state meet all four years...honored as SW Washington All-Region Swimmer of the Year by The Columbian in 2010...first-team All-Greater St. Helens League all four seasons...swam for Vancouver Swim Club, under coach Vicki Gordon... participated at summer junior nationals the past three years...three-time USA Swimming Scholar All-American...four-year member of CRHS Honor Roll...graduated No. 2 in high school class...National Honor Society officer as a senior...plans to study elementary education.

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2010 & 2011 WAC Champions

Heather Harper

Freshman Breaststroke/Freestyle/Individual Medley Redmond, Wash. (Cedar Park Christian Independent Study) High School: Three-year letterwinner at Redmond High School, under coaches Julie Barashkoff and Megan Oesting...three-time All-American in the 100 breast...two-time WIAA 4A state champion in 100 breast...helped Redmond to third place at state as a sophomore with first individual title... took second as a junior in the 100 breast, before repeating as champion senior year...also earned silver at state in 200 IM as a senior...six overall top-eight finishes in individual events at state in her career...three-time district champion in 100 breast...two-time team MVP at Redmond...team captain as a senior...swam for PRO Swimming, where she was coached by Justin Berry...placed 17th in 100 breast at 2010 summer junior nationals...three-time USA Swimming Scholar All-American ...plans to study elementary education.

Breanna Hemming Freshman Diving Kiowa, Colo. (Ponderosa HS)

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Ponderosa High School, under head coach Alton Urban...also competed for Altitude Divers under head coach Grant Robinson...named state diver of the year as a senior... placed in the top 16 at state all four years...second-team All-Continental Conference as a freshman and sophomore...first-team all-league as a junior and senior...world-class triathlete...qualified for 2011 ITU Junior World Championships in Beijing...finished second at 2011 USA Triathlon Junior Elite National Championships...finished seventh (first American) at 2011 PATCO Pan American Junior Championships...also lettered in cross country (four years), swimming (four years) and track and field (one year)...four-time all-league and all-region honoree in cross country, while participating in the state meet three times...all-league swimmer in her final three seasons, and a top-16 finisher at state as a junior...track and field all-league as a senior...plans to study elementary education.

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Sydney Johansen

Freshman Backstroke/Breaststroke/Individual Medley Sacramento, Calif. (St. francis HS) High School: Four-year letterwinner at St. Francis High School, under head coach Kirk Johansen...2011 River Cats All-City Swimmer of the Year...All-American honors as a junior and senior...led Troubadours to back-to-back CIF Sac-Joaquin Sectional Championships in her last two seasons...guided St. Francis to Delta River League Championships each of her four seasons...two-time section champion in 100 back...placed third at sectionals in 200 IM as a senior...named team’s outstanding swimmer each year... all league selection each season, including in four events as a senior...as a member of Arden Hills Swimming Club participated at 2011 Summer Nationals...also competed at Winter Nationals in 2009 and 2010...plans to study elementary education.

Erin Kohlbeck

Freshman Diving Woodbury, Minn. (Woodbury HS)

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Woodbury High School, under head coach Rich Light...also competed for Minnesota Diving Academy under coaches Wenbo Chen and Mike Hilber...two-time NISCA All-American on one-meter...finished in the top nine at state all four years...took third as a sophomore and finished second as a junior...placed fourth as a senior to garner third-consecutive all-state honor...Section 3AA champion as a junior after finishing second as a sophomore...led Royals to sectional championship all four years...Woodbury High School Pool record holder in one-meter, six-dive competition...team captain as junior and senior... runner up at 2010 AAU National Championships on one-meter, took fourth on three-meter...also lettered in gymnastics three years..helped Woodbury to gymnastics sectional championships in 2008 and 2009... all-state as a freshman and sophomore...member of student council and National Honor Society...plans to study nursing.

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Megan Myers

Freshman Distance Freestyle/Individual Medley Broken Arrow, Okla. (Union HS) High School: Four-year letterwinner at Union High School, under head coach David Lynn...five-time OSSAA 6A state champion...three-time state champion in 500 freestyle...added titles in 200 IM and 200 medley relay as a junior...led Union to runner-up finishes at state meet each of last three seasons...took second at state in 200 IM and 200 medley relay as a senior...swam fastest 50 freestyle of the meet, anchoring the relay team... team co-captain as a senior...swam for Swim Tulsa, where she was also coached by Lynn...plans to study business.

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2010-11 IN REVIEW

2011: REPEATING AND THEN SOME After taking the Western Athletic Conference by storm in 2010, Boise State swimming and diving left a lasting impression in 2011. The Broncos started their final season in the WAC as defending champions and gladly accepted the challenge of having a target on their backs. “We knew that in the fifth year of our program we needed to perform at a higher level than anyone had seen out of us before in order to break through and no longer be thought of as a ‘start-up’ program,” said head coach Kristin Hill. “We broke through that, we are no longer in our infancy.” Helping the Broncos achieve a new level of success and respect were Amber Boucher and Stephanie North. Boucher and North finished the season by becoming the first student-athletes to represent Boise State at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Beyond performing on the biggest of stages, the duo consistently led the Broncos throughout the season, combining to win 45 individual titles on the year. Boucher and North were just a microcosm of the dominant season the entire 2010-11 Bronco team enjoyed.

Boise State tore through its regular season schedule to a 13-1 dual-meet record. Its only loss came at the hands of No. 23 UCLA. The Broncos piled up two wins against each Rice, New Mexico State and North Texas in the first month of the season. After a threeweek break from competition, the swimmers and divers split off in Arizona. The divers took part in the Wildcat Diving Invitational and the swimmers dueled with Northern Arizona. The divers were led by Ciera Cortney on the springboards and Amanda Burnett on the platform. Burnett set a thenschool record to finish third in the platform competition. The swimmers used a furious rally in the final three events to fight off the Lumberjacks. The Broncos swept the top three Amanda Burnett set the top five scores on the platform in school spots in the last two individual history in 2010-11. events and closed the meet with a relay win for a 162-138 win. December brought just one competition for the Broncos, a trip to the Missouri Invitational in Columbia, Mo. The Broncos posted 13 school records, including all three diving events, on their way to a second-place finish. They came in behind No. 25 Missouri, and in front of another Big 12 foe in Nebraska. Burnett bettered her mark on the platform and qualified for the NCAA Zone Championships in the process. Boucher did much of the damage for the swimmers, clocking four individual school records and adding to two relay marks. She was named WAC Swimmer of the Week for her efforts, one of her three weekly honors on the year.

Amber Boucher and Stephanie North prepare to take the top two spots in the finals of the 100-yard freestyle at the 2011 WAC Championships.

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The Broncos opened the new calendar year against the UCLA, Jan. 7, in Los Angeles. Boise State claimed five event wins, including

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two from North, but it was not enough to pull off the upset. The nationally-ranked Bruins held on for the 178-116 win. Boise State rebounded two days later with a victory at the San Diego Relays. In its final two weekends of the dual-meet season, Boise State swimming and diving staked its claim to the unofficial title as Northwest Champions. With dual-meet wins against Washington State (Jan. 21), Idaho (Jan. 22), Seattle (Feb. 5) and Oregon State (Feb. 5), the Broncos defeated each Division I swimming program in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. “One of our goals is to be the premiere swimming and diving program in the Northwest,” Hill said. “Right now we are on the right track.” The track the Broncos were on at the end of the year did not slow down as they carried the momentum into the 2011 WAC Championships. At the conference meet in San Antonio, Boise State blew the competition out of the water on its way to repeating as champions. The Broncos racked up 835 points, winning by 258 points. It was the largest margin of victory at the WAC Championships since 2003, and the ninth-highest point total in meet history. All of the superlatives led Hill to be named the WAC Swimming Coach of the Year.

Kristin Hill (pictured with assistant coach Justin Brosseau) was named 201011 WAC Swimming Coach of the Year.

The Broncos finished third or better in every swimming meet and took home a diving medal for the first time in school history. Boucher led the charge, winning every event she was entered in. She claimed gold in the 50and 100-yard freestyles and 100-yard butterfly. She also guided four relay teams to victory, including leading off the 800-yard freestyle team Amber Boucher was named WAC with a school record for Swimmer of the Year for the second- the 200-yard freestyle. She straight season. was named WAC Swimmer of the Year for the secondconsecutive season. Boucher was joined on the podium in the 50 free by teammates North (second) and Stevie Hughey (third) for a Boise State sweep of the medals. North won the 200 free and was also a member of four winning relays. Freshman Rachel Heaney took home the Broncos’ fifth individual title with a win in the 200-yard butterfly. The Broncos won all five relays, the first team to accomplish the feat at the WAC Championships since 2003. Cortney joined the podium barrage with a career day in the onemeter. She tallied a 288.75 in the finals to climb the leader board and finish second. The end result was thanks to a collection of incredible individual performances. Boise State rewrote record book after record book at the conference meet. The Broncos bettered the school records in all 19 swimming events and one diving event. Six Palo Alto Natatorium Pool records fell by Boise State’s doing. The champions also claimed three meet records on their way out of the conference. Among the record-setting performances were particularly special times from Boucher and North. Boucher and North became the first Broncos to qualify for the NCAA Championships. They each swam three events at the prestigious meet. Boucher became

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the first Bronco All-American by finishing 12th in the 100-yard butterfly, scoring the first points for Boise State at nationals. Her five-point swim gave the Broncos a 39th-place finish in their first trip to the NCAA Championships.

“Everybody did a great job coming in ready to work and really focusing on corrections,” said head diving coach David Legler. “I pushed them really hard at the beginning so they would be diving their best at the end of the year.”

Boucher finished the season as one of the nation’s best swimmers. She ranked in the top 25 in the NCAA in four individual events, including the seventh-fastest time nationally in her best event, the 100 butterfly. The junior also guided four Bronco relay teams to top-30 times in the country.

The end of the year was just a new beginning for Legler and the divers. All four divers from the 2010-11 squad will return and are joined by two heralded freshmen.

In addition to the monumental swimming accomplishments, Bronco divers showed great strides in 2010-11. Burnett and Cortney continued to lead Boise State diving to new heights. The pair became the first Broncos to compete at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships. Burnett advanced to the finals in the platform competition, placing 11th. Cortney posted a career-best score on the platform to finish 14th in the preliminary round and just miss the finals. Cortney also placed 25th on the one-meter and 30th in the three-meter competition. Burnett was just behind Cortney on one meter, finishing 26th.

On the swimming side, 12 letterwinners return. Though Hill’s first recruiting class is now graduated, the future is as bright as ever for Boise State swimming and diving. With a move to the Mountain West, 2012 promises to bring new challenges as well as new goals for an already accomplished program looking to take its next big step.

2011 WAC Championships in Review Back-to-back Champions

Multiple medalists in five events -50-yard freestyle (1-2-3 finish) -400-yard individual medley -100-yard butterfly -100-yard freestyle -200-yard butterfly

Scored 835 points -Ninth-most in conference history Won by 258 points -Largest margin of victory since 2003 Won 10 events -Most by one school since 2007

Four top-8 finishes in three events -400-yard individual medley -100-yard butterfly -200-yard backstroke

Won all five relay races -First school to do so since 2003 Set 20 school records Set three WAC Meet records

Ciera Cortney earned silver on 1-meter diving -First Bronco diver to medal at meet

Set six pool records

Kristin Hill named WAC Coach of the Year

67 career-best times, 63 then-top-10 times

Amber Boucher WAC Swimmer of the Year -Second-consecutive year

Finished third or better in every swimming event

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BRONCO HISTORY

1. Denise Green 2. Denise Green 3. Denise Green 4. Morgan McLain 5. Denise Green 6. Denise Green 7. Morgan McLain 8. Morgan McLain 9. Morgan McLain 10. Morgan McLain

1. Denise Green 2. Denise Green 3. Kelsy Diener 4. Lily Donohue 5. Lily Donohue 6. Kelsy Diener 7. Kelsy Diener 8. Denise Green 9. Denise Green 10. Kelsy Diener

50 Backstroke

25.36 26.68 26.91 27.00 27.06 27.08 27.28 27.33 27.38 27.39

Feb. 23, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Dec. 5, 2009 Dec. 4, 2010 Feb. 5, 2011 Jan. 7, 2011 Dec. 5, 2009 Feb. 24, 2010 Oct. 17, 2009 Oct. 9, 2009

200 Backstroke

1:58.74 1:59.30 1:59.84 2:00.27 2:00.76 2:00.91 2:01.44 2:01.48 2:01.56 2:02.18

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Dec. 5, 2010 Feb. 27, 2010 Feb. 28, 2009 Dec. 5, 2010

at WAC* at Missouri Invite* at Missouri Invite* at Missouri Invite* at Seattle/Oregon State at UCLA* at Missouri Invite at WAC* vs. Washington State* at WAC Shootout*

1. Denise Green 2. Denise Green 3. Denise Green 4. Denise Green 5. Denise Green 6. Denise Green 7. Lily Donohue 8. Denise Green 9. Amber Boucher 10. Denise Green

Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Dec. 4, 2010 Feb. 26, 2009 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 27, 2009 Jan. 14, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010

at WAC at WAC* at WAC^ at WAC^ at Missouri Invite at WAC* at WAC at WAC vs. Seattle at WAC

Green was a member of the first recruiting class in Boise State swimming and diving history. She also holds school records in both medley relays.

at WAC at WAC^ at WAC^ at WAC at WAC^ at WAC at Missouri Invite at WAC at WAC at Missouri Invite^

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100 Backstroke

54.53 54.94 55.01 55.74 56.17 56.21 56.21 56.24 56.28 56.34

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100 Breaststroke

1. Kelly Forrester 2. Kelly Forrester 3. Chelsea Miller 4. Emily Irvin 5. Chelsea Miller 6. Emily Irvin 7. Kelly Forrester 8. Kelly Forrester 9. Kelly Forrester 10. Emily Irvin

1:01.94 1:02.04 1:03.46 1:03.57 1:03.64 1:03.94 1:03.99 1:03.99 1:03.99 1:04.00

1. Amber Boucher 2. Amber Boucher 3. Amber Boucher 4. Amber Boucher 5. Amber Boucher 6. Amber Boucher 7. Amber Boucher 8. Amber Boucher 9. Amber Boucher 10. Amber Boucher

52.05 52.46 52.71 52.90 53.44 54.06 54.37 54.42 54.49 54.63

Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 27, 2009 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 27, 2009 Feb. 26, 2010 Feb. 26, 2010 Dec. 5, 2009 Feb. 26, 2010

100 Butterfly

Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 March 18, 2011 March 18, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010 Dec. 3, 2010 Feb. 5, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Feb. 26, 2010 Jan. 7, 2011

200 Breaststroke

at WAC^ at WAC at WAC at WAC at WAC^ at WAC^ at WAC at WAC^ at Missouri Invite at WAC

1. Chelsea Miller 2. Chelsea Miller 3. Chelsea Miller 4. Chelsea Miller 5. Emily Irvin 6. Emily Irvin 7. Emily Irvin 8. Emily Irvin 9. Emily Irvin 10. Erin Stotts

2:13.64 2:14.26 2:16.24 2:17.71 2:18.24 2:19.27 2:19.34 2:19.39 2:19.47 2:19.72

at WAC at WAC^ at NCAA^ at NCAA at Missouri Invite at Missouri Invite^ at Seattle/Oregon State at WAC^ at WAC at UCLA

1. Rachel Heaney 2. Rachel Heaney 3. Rachel Heaney 4. Christine Raininger 5. Christine Raininger 6. Christine Raininger 7. Rachel Heaney 8. Rachel Heaney 9. Chelsea Lopus 10. Chelsea Lopus

1:58.59 1:58.70 2:01.13 2:01.20 2:01.41 2:01.56 2:01.77 2:02.57 2:02.93 2:03.44

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200 Butterfly

Feb. 26, 2011 Feb. 26, 2011 Dec. 5, 2010 Feb. 26, 2011 Dec. 5, 2010 Feb. 27, 2010 Dec. 5, 2010 Feb. 5, 2011 Feb. 28, 2009 Dec. 6, 2009

at WAC^ at WAC at Missouri Invite at Missouri Invite^ at WAC at WAC^ at Husky Invite at Missouri Invite at WAC^ at WAC

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50 Freestyle

1. Amber Boucher 2. Amber Boucher 3. Amber Boucher 4. Amber Boucher 5. Stephanie North 6. Stephanie North 7. Amber Boucher 8. Stephanie North 9. Amber Boucher 10. Stevie Hughey

22.30 22.35 22.48 22.51 22.67 22.75 22.80 22.87 22.89 23.01

1. Amber Boucher 2. Stephanie North 3. Amber Boucher 4. Stephanie North 5. Stephanie North 6. Amber Boucher 7. Amber Boucher 8. Stephanie North 9. Stephanie North 10. Stephanie North

1:45.22 1:46.96 1:47.88 1:48.12 1:48.57 1:48.64 1:48.74 1:49.07 1:49.51 1:49.70

Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 March, 17, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 March 17, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010 Feb. 24, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010 Feb. 24, 2011

200 Freestyle

Feb. 23, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Feb. 25, 2011 March 18, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Feb. 24, 2010 Feb. 26, 2010 Dec. 4, 2010 Feb. 27, 2009

100 Freestyle

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1. Amber Boucher 2. Amber Boucher 3. Amber Boucher 4. Stephanie North 5. Stephanie North 6. Stephanie North 7. Stephanie North 8. Amber Boucher 9. Stephanie North 10. Amber Boucher

48.33 48.48 48.79 48.82 49.15 49.11 49.30 49.59 49.79 49.84

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1. Jennifer Cahill 2. Rachel Heaney 3. Jennifer Cahill 4. Rachel Heaney 5. Jennifer Cahill 6. Jennifer Cahill 7. Jennifer Cahill 8. Denise Green 9. Denise Green 10. Jennifer Cahill

4:51.96 4:53.20 4:54.56 4:54.92 4:55.22 4:55.55 4:55.61 4:55.64 4:56.28 4:56.81

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500 Freestyle

Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 25, 2010 Feb. 25, 2010 Dec. 3, 2010 Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010

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1000 Freestyle

1. Jennifer Cahill 2. Jennifer Cahill 3. Jennifer Cahill 4. Jennifer Cahill 5. Madison Gray 6. Katelyn Lofland 7. Jennifer Cahill 8. Jennifer Cahill 9. Jennifer Cahill 10. Jennifer Cahiil

10:18.16 10:20.91 10:23.16 10:23.16 10:23.76 10:23.82 10:24.63 10:25.95 10:27.04 10:27.31

1. Kelsy Diener 2. Kelsy Diener 3. Christine Raininger 4. Emily Irvin 5. Christine Raininger 6. Christine Raininger 7. Emily Irvin 8. Emily Irvin 9. Chelsea Miller 10. Morgan McLain

2:01.95 2:02.45 2:04.23 2:04.28 2:04.32 2:04.38 2:04.49 2:04.67 2:04.76 2:04.79

Jan. 7, 2010 Nov. 10, 2009 Oct. 9, 2009 Nov. 6, 2009 Jan. 7, 2011 Jan. 7, 2010 Jan. 9, 2010 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 8, 2010 Nov. 13, 2009

200 IM

Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 25, 2010 Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 25, 2010 Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 25, 2010 Feb. 25, 2010 Feb. 24, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010

1650 Freestyle

at SDSU, Tulane at Utah% at WAC Shootout at BYU% at UCLA at SDSU, Tulane at San Diego at WAC Shootout vs. Rice vs. Northern Arizona

1. Jennifer Cahill 2. Jennifer Cahill 3. Jennifer Cahill 4. Madison Gray 5. Rachel Heaney 6. Rachael Meisner 7. Katelyn Lofland 8. Rachael Meisner 9. Katelyn Lofland 10. Katelyn Lofland

16:51.62 17:04.57 17:07.88 17:08.25 17:10.49 17:10.52 17:23.02 17:23.21 17:24.70 17: 25.61

at WAC at WAC^ at WAC^ at WAC at WAC at WAC at WAC^ at WAC at WAC^ at Missouri Invite

1. Christine Raininger 2. Christine Raininger 3. Christine Raininger 4. Chelsea Miller 5. Christine Raininger 6. Chelsea Miller 7. Christine Raininger 8. Christine Raininger 9. Madison Gray 10. Chelsea Miller

4:16.75 4:20.46 4:20.56 4:21.71 4:22.44 4:23.16 4:23.74 4:25.34 4:25.42 4:26.56

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400 IM

Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 25, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Dec. 5, 2009 Feb. 25, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010

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200 Freestyle Relay

1. Boucher, Hughey, Diener, North 2. Boucher, Hughey, Lopus, North 3. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North 4. Boucher, Green, Nowatzke, North 5. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North 6. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North 7. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North 8. Boucher, Hughey, Choi, Diener 9. Boucher, Lopus, Green, North 10. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North

1:30.63 1:33.24 1:33.54 1:33.74 1:34.66 1:35.51 1:35.77 1:35.87 1:36.14 1:36.14

Feb. 24, 2011 Feb. 25, 2010 Dec. 3, 2010 Feb. 26, 2009 Nov. 20, 2010% Dec. 4, 2009 Nov. 9, 2009 Jan. 22, 2011 Jan. 11, 2009 Jan. 30, 2010

400 Freestyle Relay

1. North, Hughey, Diener, Boucher 2. North, Hughey, Diener, Boucher 3. Boucher, Lopus, Hughey, North 4. Boucher, Lopus, Green, North 5. Forrester, North, Lopus, Boucher 6. Boucher, Hughey, Diener, North 7. Boucher, Lopus, Forrester, North 8. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North 9. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North 10. Boucher, Hughey, Forrester, North

7:12.91 7:20.87 7:25.15 7:26.32 7:32.02 7:32.87 7:39.27 7:42.77 7:43.21 7:44.22

Feb. 23, 2011 Feb. 24, 2010 Feb. 25, 2009 Dec. 4, 2010 Dec. 5, 2009 Jan. 9, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Dec. 5, 2009 Oct. 9, 2010 Dec. 5, 2008

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Boise State set all five relay records at the 2011 WAC Championships, on its way to claiming five gold medals. The Broncos became the first team to sweep the relays since 2003.

800 Freestyle Relay

1. Boucher, Cahill, Hughey, North 2. Boucher, Lopus, Cahill, North 3. Boucher, Irvin, Lopus, North 4. Boucher, Cahill, Diener, North 5. Lopus, North, Cahill, Boucher 6. Boucher, North, Cahill, Diener 7. Heaney, Choi, Gray, Green 8. Irvin, Raininger, Meisner, Green 9. Irvin, North, Cahill, Boucher 10. North, Green, Lopus, Boucher

3:18.25 3:21.45 3:23.02 3:23.82 3:26.38 3:27.50 3:27.67 3:27.97 3:28.51 3:28.76

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200 Medley Relay

1. Green, Forrester, Hughey, Diener 2. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 3. Green, Hahto, Boucher, North 4. McLain, Irvin, Lopus, North 5. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 6. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 7. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 8. McLain, Irvin, Lopus, Hughey 9. Green, Hahto, Boucher, North 10. McLain, Hahto, Hughey, Diener

1:41.36 1:43.39 1:44.11 1:44.23 1:44.61 1:44.74 1:45.08 1:45.37 1:45.45 1:45.70

Feb. 23, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Jan. 22, 2011 Feb. 25, 2009 Dec. 5, 2009 Jan. 7, 2011 Feb. 5, 2011 Feb. 24, 2010 Jan. 21, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010

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400 Medley Relay

1. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 2. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 3. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 4. Green, Irvin, Lopus, Boucher 5. McLain, Irvin, Boucher, North 6. Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 7. McLain, Irvin, Boucher, North 8. Green, Irvin, Boucher, North 9. McLain, Miller, Heaney, Hughey 10. Green, Forrester, Lopus, Hughey

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3:37.88 3:44.03 3:46.35 3:47.05 3:47.13 3:48.61 3:50.17 3:51.01 3:51.26 3:51.46

Feb. 25, 2011 Feb. 26, 2010 Dec. 5, 2010 Feb. 27, 2009 Jan. 30, 2010 Nov. 20, 2010% Dec. 4, 2009 Dec. 4, 2008 Dec. 5, 2010 Dec. 4, 2009

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Diving Records Championship-Style Meets

*- Finals

1. Ciera Cortney 2. Ciera Cortney 3. Ciera Cortney 4. Ciera Cortney 5. Ciera Cortney 6. Tana Loan 7. Ciera Cortney 8. Erion Lionberger 9. Erin Lionberger 10. Erin Lionberger

#- Semifinals

^- Prelims

Three-Meter Springboard 255.20 253.25 251.85 243.80 236.95 231.95 229.00 218.55 216.70 214.45

Jan. 7, 2011 Jan. 7, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010 Feb. 23, 2011 Jan. 7, 2011 Jan. 7, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010 Oct. 9, 2009 Dec. 4, 2009 Feb. 25, 2009

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1. Ciera Cortney 2. Ciera Cortney 3. Ciera Cortney 4. Ciera Cortney 5. Ciera Cortney 6. Ciera Cortney 7. Ciera Cortney 8. Amanda Burnett 9. Amanda Burnett 10. Lexi Pfeiffer

1. Amanda Burnett 2. Amanda Burnett 3. Amanda Burnett 4. Amanda Burnett 5. Amanda Burnett 6. Ciera Cortney 7. Amanda Burnett 8. Amanda Burnett 9. Erin Lionberger 10. Amanda Burnett

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One-Meter Springboard 288.75 270.00 259.50 258.85 251.90 250.45 244.55 239.30 230.90 230.85

246.10 222.90 211.80 211.60 201.30 192.00 191.85 186.30 177.30 177.10

Feb. 24, 2011 Jan. 8, 2011 Jan. 8, 2011 Jan. 8, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Dec. 4, 2010 Feb. 24, 2011 Dec. 4, 2010 Jan. 8, 2011 Jan. 8, 2011

Platform

Dec. 5, 2010 March 12, 2011 Nov. 21, 2010 Dec. 5, 2010 March 12, 2011 March 12, 2011 Feb. 24, 2010 Dec. 6, 2009 Dec. 6, 2009 Dec. 6, 2009

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Diving Records All Meets

*- Finals

1. Megan Morton 2. Jennifer Dorling 3. Jennifer Dorling 4. Ciera Cortney 5. Ciera Cortney 6. Megan Morton 7. Ciera Cortney 8. Ciera Cortney 9. Ciera Cortney 10. Jennifer Dorling

#- Semifinals

^- Prelims

Three-Meter Springboard 284.30 283.10 281.20 266.63 264.30 261.30 255.20 253.25 251.85 250.25

Jan. 19, 2008 Jan. 19, 2008 Jan. 26, 2008 Jan. 15, 2011 Jan. 22, 2011 Jan. 26, 2008 Jan. 7, 2011 Jan. 7, 2011 Dec. 3, 2010 Jan. 12, 2008

vs. New Mexico State vs. New Mexico State vs. Idaho vs. Seattle at Idaho vs. Idaho at UCLA Bruin Invite^ at UCLA Bruin Invite* at Missouri Invite* at Nevada

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1. Jennifer Dorling 2. Jennifer Dorling 3. Ciera Cortney 4. Jennifer Dorling 5. Megan Morton 6. Ciera Cortney 7. Megan Morton 8. Ciera Cortney 9. Ciera Cortney 10. Alyssa Daly

1. Amanda Burnett 2. Amanda Burnett 3. Amanda Burnett 4. Amanda Burnett 5. Amanda Burnett 6. Ciera Cortney 7. Amanda Burnett 8. Amanda Burnett 9. Erin Lionberger 10. Amanda Burnett

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246.10 222.90 211.80 211.60 201.30 192.00 191.85 186.30 177.30 177.10

Jan. 26, 2007 Jan. 26, 2008 Feb. 24, 2011 Jan. 19, 2008 Jan. 26, 2008 Jan. 8, 2011 Jan. 19, 2008 Jan. 8, 2011 Jan. 8, 2011 Jan. 26, 2008

Platform

Dec. 5, 2010 March 12, 2011 Nov. 21, 2010 Dec. 5, 2010 March 12, 2011 March 12, 2011 Feb. 24, 2010 Dec. 6, 2009 Dec. 6, 2009 Dec. 6, 2009

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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2006-07 (0-10) Head Coach: Kristin Hill Inaugural Season

Northern Colorado San Diego State Oregon State Relays Northern Arizona New Mexico State San Diego UC Irvine Invitational Nevada Nevada Idaho Washington State WAC Championships

Greeley, Colo. L 221-30 Greeley, Colo. L 204-37 Corvallis, Ore. L 123-79 Flagstaff, Ariz. Flagstaff, Ariz. L 197-27 Flagstaff, Ariz. L 120-84 San Diego L 154-68 Irvine, Calif. Boise, Idaho L 122.5-100.5 Boise, Idaho L 113-111 Moscow, Idaho L 170-49 Pullman, Wash. L 103-56 San Antonio 8th (110)

2007-08 (5-10) Head Coach: Kristin Hill

Oct. 12 Colorado State Oct. 13 Air Force! Oct. 13 Colo. School of Mines! Oct. 13 Denver! Oct. 19 San Jose State Oct. 20 San Jose State Nov. 10 College of Idaho Nov. 10 Mesa State College Nov. 17 San Diego State Nov. 17 Utah Nov. 29- Husky Invitational Dec. 1 Jan. 5-6 UC Irvine Invitational Jan. 9 San Diego State Jan. 9 San Diego Jan. 12 Nevada Jan. 19 New Mexico State Jan. 26 Idaho Feb. 20-23 WAC Championships !- Air Force Invitational

2008-09 (4-10) Head Coach: Kristin Hill

Fort Collins, Colo. L Colorado Springs, Colo. W Colorado Springs, Colo. W Colorado Springs, Colo. L Boise, Idaho W Boise, Idaho L Caldwell, Idaho W Caldwell, Idaho W Salt Lake City L Salt Lake City L Federal Way, Wash.

142-89 159-83 196-42 180-62 72-125 75-72 156-80 151-97 168-132 156-126 9th

Irvine, Calif. 3rd San Diego L 184-116 San Diego L 177-123 Reno, Nev. L 191-104 Boise, Idaho L 174-118 Boise, Idaho L 162.5-131.5 San Antonio 7th (243)

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Oct. 3 Utah Oct. 3 Washington Oct. 4 Utah Oct. 4 Washington Oct. 10 New Mexico State! Oct. 10 Northern Arizona! Oct. 11 Northern Colorado! Oct. 11 Air Force! Nov. 1 San Jose State Nov. 15 Fresno State Dec. 4-6 Husky Invitational Dec. 5-6 BYU Diving Invitational Jan. 11 Hawai’i Jan. 24 Idaho Jan. 25 Washington State Feb. 7 Oregon State Feb. 25-28 WAC Championships !- WAC Shootout

Boise, Idaho L 173-68 Boise, Idaho L 139-96 Boise, Idaho L 211-89 Boise, Idaho L 187-107 Lac Cruces, N.M. L 136-106 Las Cruces, N.M. L 139-103 Las Cruces, N.M. W 177-65 Las Cruces, N.M. W 155-87 San Jose, Calif. L 197-102 Boise, Idaho W 199-106 Federal Way, Wash. 6th Provo, Utah Honolulu L 161.5-137.5 Moscow, Idaho W 175-111 Pullman, Wash. L 138-63 Boise, Idaho L 177-111 San Antonio 6th (262)

2009-10 (14-4) Head Coach: Kristin Hill WAC Champions

Oct. 9 San Jose State! Oct. 9 Hawai’i! Oct. 9 Nevada! Oct. 10 New Mexico State! Oct. 10 Fresno State! Oct. 10 UC Davis! Oct. 17 Washington State Nov. 6 New Mexico Nov. 6 BYU Nov. 6 Seattle Nov. 7 Seattle Nov. 7 Utah Nov. 13 Northern Arizona Dec. 4-6 Missouri Invitational Jan. 7 Tulane Jan. 7 San Diego State Jan. 7 San Diego Jan. 23 Idaho Jan. 30 New Mexico State Feb. 24-27 WAC Championships !- WAC Shooutout

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San Jose, Calif. W 130-112 San Jose, Calif. L 122-120 San Jose, Calif. W 158-84 San Jose, Calif. W 141-99 San Jose, Calif. W 160-82 San Jose, Calif. W 176-60 Boise, Idaho W 178-116 Provo, Utah W 201-97 Provo, Utah L 199-99 Provo, Utah W 228-64 Salt Lake City W 235-58 Salt Lake City L 162-137 Boise, Idaho W 185.5-114.5 Columbia, Mo. 4th San Diego W 229-69 San Diego L 165-134 San Diego W 235.5-134.5 Boise, Idaho W 217-83 Boise, Idaho W 198.5-95.5 San Antonio 1st (587)

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2010-11 (13-1) Head Coach: Kristin Hill WAC Champions

Oct. 8 Rice Oct. 9 Rice (Relays) Oct. 22 North Texas Oct. 22 New Mexico State Oct. 23 Nort Texas Oct. 23 New Mexico State Nov. 19-21 Wildcat Diving Invite Nov. 20 Northern Arizona Dec. 3-5 Missouri Invitational Jan. 7 No. 23 UCLA Jan. 9 San Diego Relays Jan. 14 Seattle Jan. 15 Seattle Jan. 21 Washington State Jan. 22 Idaho Feb. 5 Oregon State Feb. 5 Seattle Feb. 23-26 WAC Championships March 17-19 NCAA Championships

ALL-TIME RECORD VS. OPPONENTS

Boise, Idaho W 174-88 Boise, Idaho W 298-176 Las Cruces, N.M. W 176-67 Las Cruces, N.M. W 140.5-102.5 Las Cruces, N.M. W 166-77 Las Cruces, N.M. W 140-103 Tucson, Ariz. Flagstaff, Ariz. W 162-138 Columbia, Mo. 2nd Los Angeles L 178-116 San Diego 1st Boise, Idaho W 137-66 Boise, Idaho W 134-65 Pullman, Wash. W 143-119 Moscow, Idaho W 160-83 Seattle W 178-83 Seattle W 190-71 San Antonio 1st (835) Austin, Texas 39th (5)

ALL-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP FINISHES Year Place 2007 8th 2008 7th 2009 6th 2010 1st 2011 1st

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Idaho Oct. 8, 2011 Boise Boise State leads dual series 3-2 Boise State streak: W3 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 26, 2007 Moscow L 170-49 Jan. 26, 2008 Boise L 162.5-131.5 Jan. 24, 2009 Moscow W 176-111 Jan. 23, 2010 Boise W 217-83 Jan. 22, 2011 Moscow W 160-83

Seattle Oct. 14 & 15, 2011/Nov. 19, 2011 Boise/Seattle Boise State leads dual series 5-0 Boise State streak: W5 Date Location W/L Nov. 6, 2009 Provo W Nov. 7, 2009 Salt Lake W Jan. 14, 2011 Boise W Jan. 15, 2011 Boise W Feb. 5, 2011 Seattle W

Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 14-17, 2007 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 20-23, 2008 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 23-26, 2011 WAC Champ. San Antonio

Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

New Mexico Oct. 14 & 15, 2011 Boise Boise State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 6, 2009 Provo W 201-97

Score 228-64 235-58 137-66 134-65 190-71

UCLA UCLA leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: L1 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 7, 2011 Los Angeles L 178-116

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Oregon State Jan. 21, 2012 Boise Oregon State leads dual series 2-1 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 10, 2006 Corvallis L 123-79 Feb. 7, 2009 Boise L 177-111 Feb. 5, 2011 Seattle W 178-83 Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

Colorado State Jan. 28, 2012 Boise Colorado State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: L1 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 12, 2007 Fort Collins L 142-89 Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia Dec. 3-5, 2010 Missouri Invite Columbia

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2011-12 INVITATIONAL OPPONENTS RICE INVITATIONAL • OCT. 28 & 29, 2011 • HOUSTON Rice Boise State leads dual series 2-0 Boise State streak: W2 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 8, 2010 Boise W 174-88 Oct. 9, 2010 Boise W 298-176

Nebraska No dual meet history

Arkansas First meeting

Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia Dec. 3-5, 2010 Missouri Invite Columbia

MISSOURI INVITATIONAL • DEC. 1-4, 2011 • COLUMBIA, MO. Missouri No dual meet history

Missouri S&T First meeting

Oklahoma Baptist First meeting

Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia Dec. 3-5, 2010 Missouri Invite Columbia

North Dakota No dual meet history

St. Louis First meeting

Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia

UC Davis Boise State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 10, 2009 San Jose W 176-60

Drury No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia Dec. 3-5, 2010 Missouri Invite Columbia

North Texas Boise State leads dual series 2-0 Boise State streak: W2 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 22, 2010 Las Cruces W 176-67 Oct. 23, 2010 Las Cruces W 166-77

Kansas First meeting

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Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

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2011-12 INVITATIONAL OPPONENTS SAN DIEGO RELAYS • JAN. 7, 2012 • SAN DIEGO Rice Boise State leads dual series 2-0 Boise State streak: W2 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 8, 2010 Boise W 174-88 Oct. 9, 2010 Boise W 298-176

San Diego San Diego leads dual series 2-1 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 5, 2007 San Diego L 154-68 Jan. 9, 2008 San Diego L 177-123 Jan. 9, 2010 San Diego W 235.5-134.5 Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 14-17, 2007 WAC Champ. San Antonio Jan. 5-6, 2008 UC Irvine Invite Irvine Feb. 20-23, 2008 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Jan. 9, 2011 San Diego Relays San Diego

Tulane Boise State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 7, 2010 San Diego W 229-69 UCLA UCLA leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: L1 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 7, 2011 Los Angeles L 178-116

MOUNTAIN WEST CHAMPIONSHIPS • FEB. 22-25, 2012 • OKLAHOMA CITY Air Force Boise State leads dual series 2-0 Boise State streak: W2 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 13, 2007 Colo. Springs W 159-83 Oct. 11, 2008 Las Cruces W 155-87

New Mexico Boise State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 6, 2009 Provo W 201-97

Colorado State Colorado State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: L1 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 12, 2007 Fort Collins L 142-89

San Diego State San Diego State leads dual series 4-0 Boise State streak: L4 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 27, 2006 Greeley L 204-37 Nov. 17, 2007 Salt Lake L 168-132 Jan. 9, 2008 San Diego L 184-116 Jan. 7, 2010 San Diego L 165-134

Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia Dec. 3-5, 2010 Missouri Invite Columbia

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TCU First meeting UNLV First meeting Wyoming No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way

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PAST OPPONENTS Arizona State No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia BYU BYU leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: L1 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 9, 2009 Provo L 199-99 British Columbia No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way Claremont-Mudd-Scripts No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Jan. 5-6, 2008 UC Irvine Invite Irvine College of Idaho Boise State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 10, 2007 Caldwell W 156-80 Colorado School of Mines Boise State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 13, 2007 Colo. Springs W 196-42

Denver Denver leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: L1 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 13, 2007 Colo. Springs L 180-62 Fresno State Boise State leads dual series 2-0 Boise State streak: W2 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 15, 2008 Boise W 199-106 Oct. 10, 2009 San Jose W 160-82 Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 23-26, 2011 WAC Champ. San Antonio Hawai’i Hawai’i leads dual series 2-0 Boise State streak: L2 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 11, 2009 Honolulu L 161.5-137.5 Oct. 9, 2009 San Jose L 122-120 Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 14-17, 2007 WAC Champ. San Antonio Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Feb. 20-23, 2008 WAC Champ. San Antonio Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 23-26, 2011 WAC Champ. San Antonio

Loyola Marymount No dual history Invitational history Date Meet Location Jan. 9, 2011 San Diego Relays San Diego Mesa State College Boise State leads dual series 1-0 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 10, 2007 Caldwell W 151-97 Nevada Nevada leads dual series 3-1 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 12, 2007 Boise L 122.5-100.5 Jan. 13, 2007 Boise L 113-111 Jan. 12, 2008 Reno L 191-104 Oct. 9, 2009 San Jose W 158-84 Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 14-17, 2007 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 20-23, 2008 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 23-26, 2011 WAC Champ. San Antonio

Lauren Keele (2008-10)

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New Mexico State Boise State leads dual series 4-3 Boise State streak: W4 Date Location W/L Score Dec. 2, 2006 Flagstaff L 120-84 Jan. 19, 2008 Boise L 174-118 Oct. 10, 2008 Las Cruces L 136-106 Oct. 10, 2009 San Jose W 141-99 Jan. 30, 2010 Boise W 198.5-95.5 Oct. 22, 2010 Las Cruces W 140.5-102.5 Oct. 23, 2010 Las Cruces W 140-103 Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 14-17, 2007 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 20-23, 2008 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 23-26, 2011 WAC Champ. San Antonio North Carolina State No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

Northern Arizona Dual series tied 2-2 Boise State streak: W2 Date Location W/L Score Dec. 2, 2006 Flagstaff L 197-27 Oct. 10, 2008 Las Cruces L 139-103 Nov. 13, 2009 Boise W 185.5-114.5 Nov. 20, 2010 Flagstaff W 162-138

San Jose State Dual series tied 2-2 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 19, 2007 Boise W 172-125 Oct. 20, 2007 Boise L 75-72 Nov. 1, 2008 San Jose L 197-102 Oct. 9, 2009 San Jose W 130-112

Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 14-17, 2007 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 20-23, 2008 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 23-26, 2011 WAC Champ. San Antonio

Invitational history Date Meet Location Feb. 14-17, 2007 WAC Champ. San Antonio Jan. 5-6, 2008 UC Irvine Invite Irvine Feb. 20-23, 2008 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 25-28, 2009 WAC Champ. San Antonio Feb. 24-27, 2010 WAC Champ. San Antonio Jan. 9, 2011 San Diego Relays San Diego Feb. 23-26, 2011 WAC Champ. San Antonio

Northern Colorado Dual series tied 1-1 Boise State streak: W1 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 27, 2006 Greeley L 221-30 Oct. 11, 2008 Las Cruces W 177-65 Notre Dame No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Puget Sound No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

Holly Chatelain (2007-08)

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Southern Illinois No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 4-6, 2009 Missouri Invite Columbia Truman State No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Dec. 3-5, 2010 Missouri Invite Columbia UC Santa Barbara No dual meet history Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

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USC No dual meet history

Whitman No dual history

Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

Invitational history Date Meet Location Jan. 5-6, 2008 UC Irvine Invite Irvine

Utah Utah leads dual series 4-0 Boise State streak: L4 Date Location W/L Score Nov. 17, 2007 Salt Lake L 156-126 Oct. 3, 2008 Boise L 173-68 Oct. 4, 2008 Boise L 211-89 Nov. 7, 2009 Salt Lake L 162-137

Whitworth No dual history Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way

Washington Washington leads dual series 2-0 Boise State streak: L2 Date Location W/L Score Oct. 3, 2008 Boise L 139-96 Oct. 4, 2008 Boise L 187-107 Invitational history Date Meet Location Nov. 29Dec. 1, 2007 Husky Invite Federal Way Dec. 4-6, 2008 Husky Invite Federal Way Washington State Dual series tied 2-2 Boise State streak: W2 Date Location W/L Score Jan. 27, 2007 Pullman L 103-56 Jan. 25, 2009 Pullman L 138-63 Oct. 17, 2009 Boise W 178-116 Jan. 21, 2011 Pullman W 143-119

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ALL-TIME INVITATIONAL MEET HISTORY 2007 HUSKY INVITATIONAL NOV. 29-DEC. 1, 2007 FEDERAL WAY, WASH.

2008 HUSKY INVITATIONAL DEC. 4-6, 2008 FEDERAL WAY, WASH.

2010 MISSOURI INVITATIONAL DEC. 3-5, 2010 COLUMBIA, MO.

Place Team Score 1. USC 1369 2. Washington 1225 3. Notre Dame 897 4. UC Santa Barbara 832.5 5. Oregon State 683 6. Wyoming 542 7. Hawai’i 397.5 8. UC Davis 342 9. Boise State 225 Whitworth 225 11. Seattle 158 12. Puget Sound 89

Place Team Score 1. USC 1418 2. Washington 1333 3. UC Santa Barbara 1130.5 4. Oregon State 1004 5. Hawai’i 513 6. Boise State 512.5 7. UC Davis 287 8. Seattle 254 9. Whitworth 224 10. Puget Sound 178 11. North Carolina State 129 12. British Columbia 63

Place Team Score 1. Missouri 1241 2. Boise State 880 3. Nebraska 710 4. Drury 534 5. Truman State 253 6. Colorado State 52 (Divers only)

2008 UC IRVINE INVITE JAN. 5-6, 2008 IRVINE, CALIF.

2009 MISSOURI INVITATIONAL DEC. 4-6, 2009 COLUMBIA, MO.

Place Team Score 1. San Jose State 336 2. UC Irvine 277 3. Boise State 258 4. San Diego 245 5. Claremont-Mudd-Scripts 169 6. Atlantic Legends 115 7. Whitman 38

Place Team Score 1. Missouri 1109.5 2. Arizona State 839 3. Nebraska 585 4. Boise State 514 5. Drury 343 6. Colorado State 253 7. Southern Illinois 190 8. North Dakota 173.5

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2011 SAN DIEGO RELAYS JAN. 9, 2011 SAN DIEGO Place Team Score 1. Boise State 184 2. San Jose State 138 3. San Diego 66 4. Loyola Marymount 52

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ALL-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP MEET HISTORY 2007 WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS FEB. 14-17, 2007 SAN ANTONIO

2009 WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS FEB. 25-28, 2009 SAN ANTONIO

2011 WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS FEB. 23-26, 2011 SAN ANTONIO

Place Team 1. Nevada 2. Hawai’i 3. Northern Arizona 4. San Jose State 5. New Mexico State 6. Idaho 7. San Diego 8. Boise State

Place Team 1. Nevada 2. Northern Arizona 3. New Mexico State 4. San Jose State 5. Hawai’i 6. Boise State 7. San Diego 8. Idaho 9. Fresno State

Place Team Score 1. Boise State 835 2. Hawai’i 577 3. Northern Arizona 535 4. San Jose State 499 5. New Mexico State 405 6. Nevada 326 7. Fresno State 276 8. Idaho 213

Score 810.5 730 625 430.5 359 350 245 110

2008 WAC CHAMPIONSHIP FEB. 20-23, 2008 SAN ANTONIO Place Team 1. Nevada 2. Northern Arizona 3. Hawai’i 4. San Jose State 5. New Mexico State 6. Idaho 7. Boise State 8. San Diego

Score 725.5 605 574.5 480.5 460.5 305 243 241

Score 639 623 572 511.5 463.5 391 148 170 121

2010 WAC CHAMPIONSHIPS FEB. 24-27, 2010 SAN ANTONIO Place Team Score 1. Boise State 587 2. New Mexico State 494 3. San Jose State 487 4. Nevada 473 5. Northern Arizona 464 6. Hawai’i 392 7. San Diego 361 8. Fresno State 217 9. Idaho 199

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ALL-TIME ATHLETIC AWARDS AND HONORS INDIVIDUAL CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Amber Boucher

100 Butterfly 2010, 2011 50 Freestyle 2010, 2011 100 Freestyle 2011

Rachel Heaney

200 Butterfly 2011

Stephanie North

100 Freestyle 2009, 2010 200 Freestyle 2011

Christine Raininger

200 Butterfly 2010 400 Individual Medley 2010

All-Americans Amber Boucher 2011

100 Fly

NCAA Championship Participants Amber Boucher 2011 100 Fly (12th) 50 Free (26th) 100 Free (18th) Stephanie North 2011 50 Free (32nd) 100 Free (29th) 200 Free (52nd)

Conference Swimmer of the Year 2011 Amber Boucher (WAC) 2010 Amber Boucher (WAC) Conference Swimmer of the Week 2010-11 Amber Boucher Oct. 12 Stephanie North Oct. 26 Amber Boucher Dec. 7 Amber Boucher Jan. 18 2009-10 Stephanie North Oct. 20 Jenn Cahill Nov. 10 Stephanie North Dec. 9 Amber Boucher Jan. 12 Amber Boucher Jan. 26 2008-09

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Amanda Burnett

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Conference Champions Amber Boucher 100 Fly- 2010, 2011 50 Free- 2010, 2011 100 Free- 2011 Rachel Heaney 200 Fly- 2011

Conference Coach of the Year 2011 Kristin Hill (WAC)

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Conference Diver of the Week 2010-11 Amanda Burnett Dec. 7

Stephanie North 100 Free- 2009, 2010 200 Free- 2011 Christine Raininger 200 Fly- 2010 400 IM- 2010 200 Freestyle Relay 2011 Boucher, Hughey, Diener, North 400 Freestyle Relay 2011 North, Hughey, Diener, Boucher 800 Freestyle Relay 2011 Boucher, Cahill, Hughey, North 2010 Boucher, Lopus, Cahill, North 200 Medley Relay 2011 Green, Forrester, Hughey, Diener 400 Medley Relay 2011 Green, Forrester, Boucher, North 2010 Green, Forrester, Boucher, North

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ALL-TIME ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS CSCAA Scholar All-Americans 2011

Amber Boucher Amanda Burnett (Honorable Mention) Ciera Cortney (Honorable Mention) Stevie Hughey (Honorable Mention)

CSCAA Scholar All-America Team Spring 2009 Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2011

2010 Amber Boucher (Honorable Mention)

CSCAA SCHOLAR ALL-AMERICANS Amber Boucher 2011 2010 (HM)

Academic All-Conference 2010-11 Brooke Balogh Amber Boucher Amanda Burnett Lily Donohue Madison Gray Rachel Heaney Stevie Hughey Emily Irvin Tana Loan Morgan McLain Kim Nelson Lexi Pfeiffer Christine Raininger Erin Stotts Andrea Thiltgen

2009-10 Amber Boucher Amanda Burnett Jenn Cahill Lily Donohue Stevie Hughey Emily Irvin Lauren Keele Erin Lionberger Tana Loan Morgan McLain Rachael Meisner Kim Nelson Lexi Pfeiffer Christine Raininger Erin Stotts Andrea Thiltgen

2008-09 Erica Christianson Samantha Eichner Emily Irvin Lauren Keele Kelly Knapp Paige LaPorte Erin Lionberger Tana Loan Morgan McLain Rachael Meisner Kim Nelson Erin Stotts Andrea Thiltgen Johanna Wubenna

2007-08 Holly Chatelain Alyssa Daly Jennifer Dorling Allison Hall Kelly Knapp Rachael Meisner Kim Nelson Andrea Thiltgen

Amanda Burnett 2011 (HM)

Ciera Cortney 2011 (HM)

Stevie Hughey 2011 (HM)

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ALL-TIME SWIMMING LETTERWINNERS CAREER BESTS

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100 Bk

Balogh, Brooke 2011-Pr

200 Bk

100 Br

200 Br

2:07.17

Blow, Danielle 2008-09

1:13.52

1:11.14

2:33.26

100 Fly

200 Fly

57.47

2:04.42

1:05.14

Boland, Caitlin 2007 Boucher, Amber 2009-Pr

56.28

Cahill, Jennifer 2010-Pr

1:00.65

2:09.83

1:05.72

2:17.57

Cecil, Ashley 2008

30.32

Chatelain, Holly 2007-08

52.05

1:08.75

1:13.10

Choi, Shanelle 2010-Pr

2:38.69

1:08.74

Choitz, LiAnne 2007-08 Christianson, Erica 2008-10

1:05.85

2:20.74 29.31

1:00.59

2:10.18

1:14.11

2:37.23

2:26.26

1:06.00

50 Fr

Denny, Morgan 2007

29.01

1:00.32

Diener, Kelsy 2011-Pr

56.87

1:59.84

Donohue, Lily 2010-11

28.58

56.21

2:00.27

Eichner, Samantha 2008-09

31.45

1:03.89

2:12.96

Forrester, Kelly 2009-11 Franco, Kirdy 2009 Gilmartin, Siobhan 2007

59.54 1:10.11

22.30

48.33

1:45.22

25.38

53.18

1:50.73

4:51.96

10:18.16

26.44

1:00.31

2:00.19

5:22.93

11:20.03

29.17

1:00.26

2:14.64

6:03.04

12:21.60

51.53

1:54.28

5:11.58

2:02.74

5:19.60

11:05.29

5:29.60

11:29.65

2:31.84

27.62

1:07.28

2:22.41

26.16

2:38.15

2:32.64

2:04.15

58.10

56.96

1650 Fr

200 IM

400 IM

2:13.33

4:27.34

2:08.88 16:51.62 2:29.64 20:27.41

2:19.24

5:06.93

2:16.30 18:20.68

2:20.27

4:58.32

2:12.39

4:41.96

1:06.17

2:22.99

25.37

55.55

2:01.25

5:29.92

2:16.55

25.29

56.62

2:03.43

5:47.79

2:24.92

52.41

1:50.09

2:01.95

25.23

2:10.82

26.66

57.21

23.74

51.62

1:57.69

5:16.40

11:19.13

18:35.54

2:08.84

1:08.77

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10:40.38

2:13.52

1:01.89

55.66

2:10.90

4:59.66

1:00.93

23.67

1:01.94 27.69

1:52.47

27.55

2:13.21

1:12.06 1:08.84

1000 Fr

28.98

2:08.68

DeWane, Nikki 2007

500 Fr

58.68

55.85

1:27.85

200 Fr

25.57

Clark, Jessica 2007 DeLeon Guerrero, Mary 2007

100 Fr

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2:22.77

2:18.40 1:00.16

2:18.63

6:24.32

54.48

1:51.55

4:58.93

10:23.76

17:08.25

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2:08.60

4:25.42

Name

50 Bk

100 Bk

200 Bk

100 Br

Green, Denise 2008-11

25.36

54.53

1:58.74

1:21.37

Hahto, Tara 2008-11

1:02.39

Hall, Allison 2008

1:03.10

1:05.96

200 Br

2:22.92

100 Fly

59.57

2:14.57

57.50

2:03.88

Harrell, Olivia 2011-Pr

57.65

Heaney, Rachel 2011-Pr

54.70

Hughey, Stevie 2010-Pr

1:05.77

Irvin, Emily 2009-Pr

1:03.57

Jansen, Meghan 2007

200 Fly

1:14.90

100 Fr

200 Fr

500 Fr

1000 Fr

24.56

53.64

1:52.05

4:55.64

10:48.29

25.49

24.63

52.25

1:58.59

54.64 2:18.24

50 Fr

200 IM

400 IM

2:01.00

2:08.55

4:32.44

2:04.54

2:09.83

4:38.27

1:52.12

2:13.41

1:55.36 23.01

56.12

4:53.20

10:33.17

1650 Fr

17:10.49

50.50 54.65

4:26.71 2:07.35

1:55.97

5:00.57

10:34.73

1:14.61

28.05

1:03.34

26.06

Knapp, Kelly 2008-09

1:07.34

26.95

59.69

2:03.68

5:35.28

11:50.64

19:22.73

LaPorte, Paige 2009-11

59.65

25.48

56.01

1:57.04

5:09.52

10:46.60

17:57.90

26.76

58.27

1:58.89

5:03.50

10:23.82

17:23.02

52.50

1:52.26

2:04.28

4:31.00

2:08.64

4:34.70

1:04.91

Johnson, Amanda 2007 Keele, Lauren 2008-10

1:05.91

2:21.64

2:08.28

5:17.81

Lofland, Katelyn 2008-10

1:07.82

Lopus, Chelsea 2009-10

1:00.04

2:07.20

MacLean, Kendra 2007

1:02.90

2:16.38

29.00

56.83

2:05.77

56.68

2:02.63

24.53

54.38

1:59.19

56.32

1:58.32

McLain, Morgan 2009-11

27.00

1:05.41 57.79

Meisner, Rachael 2008-11

1:07.57

2:33.52

1:08.70

Miller, Chelsea 2011-Pr

1:03.46

2:13.64

58.16

1:10.00

2:32.01

1:02.56

Nelson, Kim 2008-11

28.65

North, Stephanie 2009-Pr Nowatzke, Jenny 2008-11 Raininger, Christine 2010-Pr

1:01.57

2:22.06

1:00.96 28.20

57.93

2:06.49 1:10.86

2:30.45

2:02.93

25.25

53.40

1:53.81

57.10

22.67

48.82

1:46.96

59.42

24.54

53.47

1:57.72

55.54

1:56.80

56.29

2:27.26

2:01.20

Rohling, Natalie 2008-09

1:54.40

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4:40.99 2:05.61

4:27.80

5:38.31 2:04.79 4:59.21

5:27.41

10:27.93

17:10.52

11:05.76

5:37.34

2:14.54

4:31.34

2:04.76

4:21.71

2:08.96

4:48.51

2:14.85 2:04.23

5:05.77

10:49.39

17:29.60

2010 & 2011 WAC Champions

4:16.75

Name

50 Bk

100 Bk

200 Bk

100 Br

200 Br

Sanchez-O’Dell, Sammy 2008-09 Stotts, Erin 2008-11

1:05.29

Taylor, Tisha 2008-09

30.26

1:00.47

2:09.86

1:13.27

Thiltgen, Andrea 2008-Pr

28.96

57.73

2:04.84

1:10.31

Woodfield, Kelsey 2007-09

33.89

Wubenna, Johanna 2008-09

29.00

100 Fly

200 Fly

50 Fr

100 Fr

200 Fr

58.85

2:10.53

25.02

54.71

1:58.05

26.11

1:00.00

26.16

55.79

2:01.66

25.75

49.96

2:03.64

25.82

56.82

2:05.00

5:45.97

24.89

52.92

1:54.73

5:18.01

2:19.72

2:35.46

1:00.00

2:18.75

1:17.05 1:01.51

2:16.96

500 Fr

1000 Fr

1650 Fr

200 IM

400 IM

2:06.89

4:29.49

5:21.63 5:25.36

11:22.59

ALL-TIME DIVING LETTERWINNERS CAREER BESTS

Championship-Style Meet Name

1-Meter

3-Meter

All Meets Platform

Benson, Brooke 2007

1-Meter

3-Meter

Platform

159.00

Burnett, Amanda 2010-Pr

239.30

215.85

246.10

227.93

223.58

246.10

Cortney, Ciera 2011-Pr

288.75

255.20

192.00

288.75

266.63

192.00

Daly, Alyssa 2008

252.50

Dorling, Jennifer 2007-08

318.15

283.10

Jones, Brittney 2009

233.15

240.22

Lionberger, Erin 2009-10

213.00

218.55

177.30

240.47

268.04

177.30

Loan, Tana 2009-Pr

216.45

231.95

156.70

216.45

231.95

156.70

284.70

284.30

230.85

212.45

Morton, Megan 2008 Pfeiffer, Lexi 2010-Pr

230.85

212.45

2011-12 Boise State Broncos

169.65

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Swimming and Diving

169.65

BRONCO SWIMMING AND DIVING FACILITIES

BOISE-WEST FAMILY YMCA AND AQUATIC CENTER The West Family YMCA and Boise City Aquatic Center was built in 1995 and is located near Chinden Boulevard and Cloverdale Road. This facility is a unique partnership between the YMCA and the City of Boise. The Aquatic Center is owned by the City and is operated by the YMCA. The Boise State University pool is a six-lane, 25-yard indoor facility with an attached deep well.

BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY POOL

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2010 & 2011 WAC Champions

BOISE-WEST FAMILY YMCA AND AQUATIC CENTER POOL RECORDS Event 100 Backstroke 200 Backstroke 100 Breaststroke 200 Breaststroke 100 Butterfly 200 Butterfly 50 Freestyle 100 Freestyle 200 Freestyle 500 Freestyle 1000 Freestyle 1650 Freestyle 200 Individual Medley 400 Individual Medley

Time 56.28 2:01.51 1:01.07 2:15.94 54.64 2:03.57 23.38 50.85 (LO) 1:50.68 4:55.48 9:59.02 16:47.71 2:04.03 4:25.84

200 Freestyle Relay

1:35.54

400 Freestyle Relay

3:26.25

800 Freestyle Relay

7:39.10

200 Medley Relay

1:45.87

400 Medley Relay

3:51.80

2011-12 Boise State Broncos

Name Amber Boucher Jamie Reid Tara Kirk Tara Kirk Dana Kirk Dana Kirk Amber Boucher Amber Boucher Whitney Lopus Jackie Lobdell Jamie Tannhauser Lisa Murray Dana Kirk Karyl Johnson Erin Campbell Amelia Messegee Ally Rich Emilee Jennings Whitney Lopus Hannah Caron Annie Van Leeuwen Natalie Edge Lisa Murray Aletta Haff Jamie Tannhauser Natalie Edge Fi Connell TJ Williams Rachel Foe Meredith Egloria Denise Green Stevie Hughey Amber Boucher Stephanie North

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School Boise State N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Boise State Boise State Utah N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Date Jan. 14, 2011 March 1998 March 2000 March 2000 March 2000 March 2000 Jan. 23, 2010 Jan. 23, 2010 Oct. 3, 2008 March 1998 March 1998 March 1998 March 2000 March 1998

Washington

Oct. 3, 2008

Utah

Oct. 3, 2008

N/A

March 1998

Northern Arizona

Nov. 13, 2009

Boise State

Jan. 15, 2011

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About the Mountain West... From its inception in 1999, the Mountain West has been committed to excellence in intercollegiate athletics, while promoting the academic missions of its member institutions. Progressive in its approach, the MW continues to cultivate opportunities for student-athletes to compete at the highest level, while fostering academic achievement and sportsmanship. Now in its 13th year, the MW has been assertive in its involvement with the NCAA governance structure and has taken a leadership role in the overall administration of intercollegiate athletics. The Mountain West has marked several achievements over its first 12 years of existence, most notably becoming the first to establish a sports television network dedicated solely to an intercollegiate athletic conference (The Mtn.). The Mountain West also was the first to experiment with the coaches’ challenge in the college football instant replay system, and was the first non-automaticqualifying BCS conference to participate in four BCS bowl games, winning three. Additionally, the Mountain West was the first conference to have a member institution with No. 1 overall picks in both the NFL and NBA drafts in the same year (Utah’s Alex Smith and Andrew Bogut, respectively in 2005). With San Diego State’s Stephen Strasburg claiming the No. 1 pick in the 2009 MLB Draft, the Mountain West is one of two conferences to have the No. 1 selection in each of the NFL, NBA and MLB drafts since the MW was founded in 1999. In 2011-12, the Mountain West will be among the first conferences to implement a leaguewide state-of-the art basketball instant replay system. The Mountain West is noted for its geographic diversity. Some of the most beautiful terrain and landscapes in the nation can be found within Mountain West boundaries, including the majestic Rocky Mountain range, which borders three MW institutions (Air Force, newest member Boise State and Colorado State). The high plains of Wyoming (elevation 7,220 feet – the highest Division I campus in the nation) contrast with the desert city of Las Vegas (the fastest growing metropolitan area in the West) and the Pacific Ocean locale of San Diego State. The southwestern flavor of New Mexico complements the western heritage and culture of Fort Worth, Texas, home of TCU. The Mountain West was conceived on May 26, 1998, when the presidents of eight institutions — Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming — decided to form a new NCAA Division I-A intercollegiate athletic conference. The split from a former 16-team conference re-established continuity and stability among the membership within the new league and signaled the continuation of its tradition-rich, long-standing athletic rivalries. Three of the MW’s eight original members have been conference rivals since the 1960s (New Mexico, Wyoming and Colorado State), while San Diego State (1978) and Air Force (1980) were longtime members as well. UNLV and TCU entered the fold in 1996 and the Rebels continued as one of the original eight institutions that formed the MW in 1999. TCU re-joined the group with its first year of competition in the Mountain West in 2005-06. Effective July 1, 2011, Boise State University became the newest member. California State University, Fresno and the University of Nevada, Reno will join the Mountain West effective July 1, 2012. Also on July 1, 2012, the University of Hawai‘i will become a football-only member of the Conference. When the Mountain West officially began operations on July 1, 1999, the new league had in place a seven-year contract with ESPN, giving the broadcaster exclusive national television rights to MW football and men’s basketball, and three-year agreements to send the league’s football champion to the Liberty Bowl and a second team to the Las Vegas Bowl. Commissioner Craig Thompson also arranged a third bowl tie-in each of the first three seasons (1999 Motor City, 2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans) before securing a four-year deal with the Emerald Bowl in San Francisco in 2002. Entering the 2011 season, the MW has four contracted bowl affiliations – the MAACO Bowl Las Vegas, San Diego Country Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, AdvoCare V100 Independence Bowl and Gildan New Mexico Bowl. An innovator in the postseason bowl structure, the MW engineered many “firsts,” as league teams have participated in five inaugural bowl games (2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 New Orleans, 2002 San Francisco (Emerald), 2005 Poinsettia, 2006 New Mexico), as well as placing the first non-automatic-qualifying BCS team into a BCS bowl game with Utah’s appearance in the 2005 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.

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CURRENT MOUNTAIN WEST MEMBERSHIP Air Force Academy Falcons

San Diego State University Aztecs

Boise State University Broncos

Texas Christian University Horned Frogs

Colorado State University Rams

University of Nevada - Las Vegas Rebels

University of New Mexico Lobos

University of Wyoming Cowboys/Cowgirls

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Location. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . San Diego, Calif. Membership since. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1999-2000 season Years as member (2011-12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

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2010 & 2011 WAC Champions

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Assistant Athletic Director Media Relations Sports: Football Office: 426-1515 • Cell: 859-6952 Fax: 426-1778 • mcorbet@boisestate.edu

MICHELLE SMITH

JOE NICKELL

DOUG LINK

Sports Information Director

Assistant Sports Information Director

Sports: Men’s Basketball; interview coordinator for Football; Men's and Women's Golf

Sports: Women’s Basketball; Women's Volleyball; Men's and Women's Tennis

Office: 426-3868 • Cell: 631-5483 Fax: 426-1778 • joenickell@boisestate.edu

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M I K E W A LS H

CASEY JOHNSON

Sports: Gymnastics; Men's and Women's Cross Country; Men's and Women's Track & Field

Sports: Women's Swimming & Diving; Softball; assists with tennis

Sports: Women's Soccer; Wrestling; assists with tennis

Office: 426-3438 • Cell: 949-1037 Fax: 426-3361 • michellesmith8@boisestate.edu

Office: 426-1106 • Cell: 360-600-3209 Fax: 426-3361 • michaelwalsh1@boisestate.edu

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Assistant Sports Information Director

2011-12 Boise State Broncos

Sports Information Graduate Assistant

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Sports Information Graduate Assistant

Swimming and Diving

Among the

Elite

Stephanie North

Ciera Cortney

Christine Raininger

2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier Summer Nationals Finalist NCAA Participant

2011 AAU National Champion 3-Meter Diving

2012 Canadian Olympic Trials Qualifier

Amber Boucher

Chelsea Miller

Rachel Heaney

2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier NCAA All-American 12-Time Conference Champion

2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier

2012 U.S. Olympic Trials Qualifier

2011-12 Bronco Seniors

Amber Boucher

Amanda Burnett

Kelsy Diener

Keizer, Ore.

Glendale, Ariz.

Mesa, Ariz.

Emily Irvin

Tana Loan

Stephanie North

Bakersfield, Calif.

Lake Tapps, Wash.

Klamath Falls, Ore.


Boise State Swimming and Diving 2011-12 Yearbook