At the 2010 Mountain West championships, placed sixth in the 200 Backstroke event with a time of 2:00.58, which earned her all-conference honors...Also placed 11th in the 400 Individual Medley with a time of 4:27.45, and 15th in the 100 Backstroke with a time of 57.25...Scored 166.50 points on the season... Her GPA of 3.725 earned her recognition as a Mountain West Conference Scholar Athlete and academic all-conference accolades.
Swam third leg of the school record-holding 800 Freestyle Relay team (7:22.73)...Personal bests in the 100 Backstroke (55.65) and 200 Backstroke (1:59.47) at the Mountain West Conference championships...Broke 200 IM (2:08.46)and 400 IM (4:24.06) personal bests...Honored as all-conference in 400 IM and 100 Backstroke...Scored 299 points in the season...Named Most Inspirational at UNLV/SDSU duals...Elected Most Valuable Swimmer at Husker Invite by teammates...Mountain West Conference Scholar Athlete Award winner...3.836 GPA earned her academic all-conference.
Put up two of her best times at the Mountain West Conference championships, in the 100 Backstroke (57.39) and 200 Backstroke (2:02.32)...Scored a total of 360 points for the season...Earned all-conference in both the 100 and 200 backstroke events...Obtained a 3.813 grade-point average to also make the MWC academic all-conference list.
Poudre High School
Finished third at the state 5A swimming and diving championships her senior year...Received all-conference honors for her efforts in the 200 Free (2006) and the 100 Back (2006 and `07)...Holds six school records...A 4.0 student in high school, received an International Baccalaureate Diploma from Poudre...Swam for coach Bill Spahn with the Fort Collins Area Swim Team (FAST).
Born March 28, 1989...Daughter of John and Yuko Price...Has one younger brother, Shane...Already has graduated with a degree in biomedical sciences...Mastering in toxicology...Was a member of the CSU Honors Program and Hughes Undergraduate Research Program...Full name is Michelle Tashiro Price.
"Mich is a racer, period. She always seems to find a way to put herself in contention for victory every time she steps on the blocks. Her skills are invaluable to the success of the Rams this season."
-Coach John Mattos
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