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Milone earns second-highest 1-Meter diving score in school history
CSU looks to build off best start since 2008-09
Recognizing Colorado State's 78 graduating student-athletes from the 2013-14 academic year. Photos by Tom Waido.
The Swimming & diving team finished seventh in the 2013 MW Championships in San Antonio, Texas February 20-23.
2013-14 (SENIOR): Had a strong close to her collegiate career, supporting the team in the distance freestyle events...Held the second-fastest time of the season in the 500 and 1000 Freestyle and the fastest time of the team in 1650 Free...At the MW Championships earned big points for the Rams in the 1650 free in ninth place at 16:48.52...Lettered for the season.
2012-13 (JUNIOR): Bolstered the distance freestyle team... In the 1650 Freestyle at the 2013 Mountain West Championships, had one of CSU's highest finishes with an eighth-place finish (16:48.33)... Was named to the 2012-13 All-Mountain West team thanks to her performance in the 1650 Freestyle at the Championships... Her 1000 Freestyle time at the Championships was also the fastest time of the season and ranked her as the third-fastest performer in CSU history.
2011-12 (SOPHOMORE): At the 2012 Mountain West Championships set a lifetime best in the 500 Freestyle... Cut more than a second off her preliminary time for a finals time of 4:59.93 and 22nd place... It was the third-fastest on the team for the season... Held the second-fastest time in the 1000 Freestyle and the fastest time on the team in the 1650 Freestyle... Had the highest finish of her career at the Championships with her first top-eight finish in the 1650 Freestyle... Finished fifth with a finals time of 16:42.98 and received all-conference honors for her efforts.
2010-11 (FRESHMAN): Stood out in the distance freestyle events throughout the season... At the Mountain West Championships, took 31st place in the 500 Freestyle with a time of 5:06.07, the third-fastest time on the team for the season... In the 1650 Freestyle, earned 12th place with a time of 17:06.08, the second-fastest time on the team for the season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Saint Joseph High School to a Los Padres League championship... Earned four varsity letters in swimming... Was MVP of her team... Held the record for the 500 Freestyle at her high school with a time of 5:01... Was on the Dean's honors list and was a principal's honor roll student... Also swam with the Santa Maria Swim Club... In 2009, was a national qualifier in the 1650 Freestyle and a junior national qualifier in the 1000 and 1650 freestyle events... Selected as part of the USA Swimming Scholastic All-America Team in 2008-09.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 7, 1991, in Houston, Texas... Daughter of Teresa and Niels Mastrup... Has one sister, Hailey... Majoring in apparel and merchandising.
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