Big day for Colleen Humel as the Sparatns stay in fifth place in the team standings.
Six Spartans seek to make a good season even better.
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 with the Spartans… Two-time Academic All-Mountain West award recipient... Began her college career at the University of Tennessee.
2016-17: At the Mountain West Championships, she finished 20th with a time of 51.12 in the 100 free, 30th with a time of 1:53.55 in the 200 free, 33rd with a time of 58.41 in the 100 back... Was a part of the 200 free relay team that finished eighth with a time of 1:32.95, 400 free relay team that finished eighth with a time of 3:25.55 and 800 free relay team that was ninth with a time of 7:24.99.
2015-16: Swam her season best times of 52.28 in the 100 free, 1:51.06 in the 200 free, 5:01.96 in the 500 free and 2:04.16 in the 200 back at the A3 Performance Invitational… Finished 17th with a time of 1:49.88 in the 200 free, 19th with a time of 50.85 in the 100 free and 19th with a time of 5:03.71 in the 500 free at the Mountain West Championships.
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE: Swam her season best time of 2:09.05 in the 200 back vs. Queens.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2014 graduate of Ponderosa High in Shingle Springs, Calif. (Coach Mike Smith)… Team Most Valuable Swimmer each season... Ponderosa High record holder in the 100 free, 100 back, 200 free, 200 free relay and 200 medley relay… Delta River League record holder in the 100 back.
MORE ON TAYLOR: Majoring in applied mathematics... Enjoys traveling, hiking and wakeboarding... Swam for the Sierra Marlins club team (Coach Adam Schmitt)... Born in Palo Alto, Calif.