Colleen Humel is the second Spartan to finish second in a 2018 Mountain West Championship race.
Brenna Bushey and Colleen Humel set school records on the same day again.
Brittany Heng and Antoinette Loya made their mark on the career top-10 lists.
Katie McIntee won the 100 and 200 free and Brittany Heng was first in the 50 free.
Colleen Humel and Cari Reiswig continue their winning ways in the UC Davis dual meet.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her first season with the Spartans... Projected to compete in the sprint freestyle and butterfly events.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in swimming and water polo at Clovis (Calif.) High... Best times of 51.72 in the 100 free, 1:51.92 in the 200 free and 57.25 in the 100 fly... Swam the freestyle leg on Clovis High's 6th-place finishing quartet in the 200 medley relay and was the lead-off swimmer of the 400 freestyle relay at the 2017 C.I.F. state championship meet... Was 14th in the 200 free and swam her career-best in a 100 fly qualifying heat at the 2017 state championships... Helped Clovis to a 17th place finish at the 2017 state meet... Second in the 100 free and fourth in the 200 free with her high school bests of 51.72 and 1:51.92, respectively, at the 2016 C.I.F. Central Section Championships... A 2016 second-team and 2017 third-team All-America choice by the National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (NISCA) in girls water polo.
MORE ON ADIE: Plans to major in nutritional sciences... Enjoys indoor rock climbing and making ceramics ware... Is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes... Granddaughter of San José State University Sports Hall of Fame football head coach Darryl Rogers... She is a native of Cloivs, Calif.