Fresno State had two swimmers, two divers and one relay team named to the Mountain West Swimming and Diving All-Conference team.
The swimming and diving team concluded the MW Championship meet by breaking three more school records.
The Fresno State swimming and diving team had a second place, record breaking 200 free relay race on day three of the championships.
Senior Dani Yoho won the 50 free and was named the Mountain West Champion.
The Fresno State swimming and diving team had a great first day of competition at the Mountain West Championships.
Last Updated: February 19, 2013
Fresno State: 2011-12 (Freshman): A fierce competitor in her first year as a Bulldog who was named the MVP Freshman for the 2011-12 season ... she broke the school record in the 200 Freestyle by recording a 1:50.37 at the WAC Championships ... was the second fastest Bulldog swimming in the 100 Freestyle recording a 51.40 at the WAC Championships ... finished 8th in the 500 Freestyle at WAC Championships with a time of 5:00.64 ... member of both the 400 Freestyle Relay (3:24.77) and the 800 Freestyle relay (7:30.53) teams who broke the Fresno State school records ... ranks fourth in Fresno State history with a 51.40 in the 100 Freestyle.
Millfield Boarding School: Member of the 2009 European Junior Team swimming for Great Britain, England Team 2008, 2009, 2010 ... four-time National Medalist in 2007-2010 ... Somerset County Team six consecutive years, was captain for the three last years ... recorded her Long Course best times in 50 Free (27.33), 400 Free (58.03), 200 Free (2.05.39) and 400 Free (4.27.69).
Personal: Born March 16, 1993 in England ... parents are Diane and Keith Titchin, has one older sister Laura ... hobbies include going to the beach and going to the movies ... favorite athlete is Lance Armstrong because he survived caner and never gave up ... biggest athletic thrill was making the British team in 2009 ... admires her mom the most because she has always been there for her and has done everything she could do to help ... chose to attend Fresno State for the swimming team and to be able to live in California for four years.