Big day for Colleen Humel as the Sparatns stay in fifth place in the team standings.
The Spartans are tied for fifth out of 49 teams in the standings.
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.
The Spartans had four changes in their career top-10 list on the second day of the 2018 Mountain West Championships.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her third season as a Spartan... A 2017 Mountain West Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Mountain West award winner... Expected to compete in free and individual medley.
2016-17: At the Mountain West Championships she finished 17th with a time of 2:03.65 in the 200 individual medley (#7 on the top-ten list), 25th with a time of 51.71 in the 100 free (career best), 28th with a time 1:53.33 in the 200 free (career best) and she was a part of the 800 free relay team that finished ninth with a time of 7:24.99 (#6 on the top-ten list).
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Lincoln High in Stockton, Calif. ... Lettered in swimming for all four years of high school... Four time all-league honors and two-time state qualifier in 100 free, 200 medley relay, and 400 free relay.
MORE ON KATE: Psychology Major with plans to attend nursing school after graduation… Swam club for Tiger Aquatics (Coach Peter Richardson)… Born in Stockton, Calif.