Mountain West Women's Swimming & Diving Quick Hits 11/14/14
- It is a quiet week with just two teams competing. Wyoming is making a trip to southern California for dual meets with UC Santa Barbara (Friday) and Cal Poly (Saturday). Fresno State is hosting Fresno Pacific and UC Santa Cruz for a double dual meet on Saturday.
- Boise State is currently ranked No. 25 in the latest CSCAA Top 25 poll, released on November 6.
- How are the teams doing so far this season?
Air Force – 2-4
Boise State – 3-0
Colorado State – 3-3
Fresno State – 1-3
Nevada – 5-0 (best start since the 2011-12 season)
New Mexico – 5-2
San Diego State – 9-0 (have won 68 of their last 69 head-to-head meets)
San José State – 5-0
UNLV – 1-2
Wyoming – 4-0
- Colorado State diver Ariana Milone recorded a personal-best on the 3-meter springboard with a score of 322.50 against New Mexico State on November 8. It ranks as the second-highest performance in school history and the best since 2002.
- Nevada diver Krysta Palmer set two pool records at the Schaal Aquatics Center at UC Davis on November 8. Her winning marks of 350.25 on the 1-meter board and 375.90 on the 3-meter were also career bests for Palmer.
- Several Mountain West swimmers are ranked among the Top-25 in the nation in their respective events, according to USASwimming.com:
- 50 Freestyle: 22. Anika Apostalon, San Diego State
- 100 Freestyle: 18. Anika Apostalon, San Diego State; 23. Brittany Aoyama, Boise State
- 1,650 Freestyle: 21. Genevieve Miller, Air Force
- 100 Butterfly: 18. Brittany Aoyama, Boise State
- 200 Freestyle Relay: 21. San Diego State; 24. Boise State; 25. UNLV
- 400 Freestyle Relay: 19. Boise State
- 800 Freestyle Relay: 15. Air Force; 18. San José State; 21. Fresno State
- Mountain West swimmers have posted NCAA qualifying times (all ‘B’ cut).
- 50 freestyle: Anika Apostalon, San Diego State
- 100 freestyle: Anika Apostalon, San Diego State
- 100 butterfly: Brittany Aoyama, Boise State
- Several Mountain West divers have qualified for NCAA Zones in all three events.
- Keely Bishop, Wyoming (1M)
- Kari Campbell, Wyoming (1M; 3M)
- Alexandra Caplan, San Diego State (1M; 3M)
- Isabelle Choquehuanca, San Diego State (1M; 3M)
- Mary Kate Hardy, Colorado State (1M)
- Erin Kohlbeck, Boise State (1M; 3M)
- Karli Kriewall, Boise State (3M)
- Ariana Milone, Colorado State (1M; 3M)
- Marissa O’Quinn, San José State (1M; 3M)
- Krysta Palmer, Nevada (1M; 3M)
- Cari Reiswig, San José State (1M; 3M)
- Emily Williams, Colorado State (1M)
- The Conference champion will be determined Feb. 18-21 at the 2015 Mountain West Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships at the Palo Alto College Aquatic Center in San Antonio, Texas.