Brittany Heng and Antoinette Loya made their mark on the career top-10 lists.
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.
The Spartans had four changes in their career top-10 list on the second day of the 2018 Mountain West Championships.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: In her third season as a Spartan… Competes in the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events… Ranks #10 on the Spartans' all-time top-10 list in the 1-meter (257.35, six dives)…Two-time Academic All-Mountain West and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete award recipient.
2016-17: At the Mountain West Championships, she placed 34th with a score of 205.15 in the 1-meter and 26th with a score of 252.15 in the 3-meter (career best) in the preliminaries… 2017 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar.
2015-16: Season best marks include 257.35 in the 1-meter dive at UCSC/Cal Lutheran dual meet and 235.25 in the 3-meter at the Mountain West Championships… She placed 30th in the 1-meter and 25th in the 3-meter dive at the Mountain West Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Mission San Jose High in Fremont, Calif. ...First Mission San Jose High School diver in over 30 years... Finished fourth in the 1-meter competition at the North Coast Section Diving Championships (Coaches Cory Audiat-Gee and Jill Au).
MORE ON MEGAN: A kinesiology major...Enjoys baking and biking… Born in Mountain View, Calif.