Colleen Humel is the second Spartan to finish second in a 2018 Mountain West Championship race.
Colleen Humel led the way in the fastest 200 medley relay in school history.
Two San Jose State swimmers have the second best time in their respective events.
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 third season with the women's swimming and diving team. In the career top-10 in the platform dive with a score of 131.80.
2016-17: At the Mountain West Championships she placed with a score of 141.55 in the 1-meter dive, 230.40 in the 3-meter dive and 174.65 in the platform dive in exhibition entries.
2015-16: Her season best marks were 210.70 in the 1-meter springboard at the UCSC/Cal Lutheran meet, 225.35 in the 3-meter springboard and 131.80 in the platform dive at the Mountain West Championships as an exhibition entry.
2014-15: Completed a redshirt season… Was a member of the San Jose State women’s gymnastics team.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2014 graduate of West Torrance High in Torrance, Calif. … Competed for Flight School Gymnastics (Coach Chris Thompson)...fourth in the all-around at the 2012 state championships...won the bars, beam and floor at the 2013 Gymnastics World Invitational.
MORE ON ERI: Plans to major in graphic design and minor in marketing... Enjoys shopping, going to the beach, adventuring, watching movies and working out... Born in Melbourne, Australia.