Posted the team’s best times in the 50 freestyle, 100 freestyle, 50 fly and 100 fly… Recorded five of the top six times in the 50 freestyle by a Cougar swimmer… Was especially dominant in the 100 butterfly as she posted the top seven times by a UH swimmer… Finished fourth at the Conference USA Championships in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 24.06… Placed second in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 25.21 at Texas A&M… Teamed with Kristen Douglass, Stacey Ebeling and Kristin Bay to post a time of 1:40.61 in the 200-yard freestyle relay at Texas A&M… Was the fastest time by a Cougar relay team in that event during the season… Was the only swimmer to break the 1-minute mark with a time of 58.79 in the 100-yard butterfly against TCU in UH’s first-ever Conference USA dual meet… Placed second in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 25.43 during a double dual meet against Texas and Northern Arizona… Was the Cougars’ leading swimmer at the Duke Kahanamoku Sprint Meet in Hawaii with a fourth-place finish in the 50-yard butterfly… Led all Cougar swimmers with two wins at Louisiana-Monroe and was a member of the first-place 200-yard medley and 400-yard freestyle relay teams against the Indians …Won the 50-yard freestyle with a Cougar season-best time of 25.000 and also won the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 59.92…Member of the first-place 200-yard medley and 400-yard freestyle relay teams against the Indians…Captured first place against North Texas in the 100-yard butterfly with a mark of 59.63.
Picked up where she left off from her stellar freshman season...recorded two top-four finishes at the National Independent Conference championships in Oakland, Michigan...placed second in the 100-yard butterfly at the NICs and provisionally qualified for the NCAA Championships with a season-best time of 55.97...finished fourth in the 50-freestyle with a mark of 23.65, improving on her own personal record with the fifth-best time in school history and the fastest by a Cougar in 13 years...also raced in the 100-freestyle (18th place) and was a member of three relay teams at the NICs...competes in the butterly leg of the medley relays
Came back from a mid-season injury to complete an outstanding freshman season of Division I swimming, highlighted by winning the 100-yard butterfly at the NIC’s in Boca Raton, Florida...became the Cougars’ first conference champion in a swimming event since 1988...provisionally qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100-fly with a NIC Championship-winning time of 55.93...the 55.93 is the fourth-best mark in the event in UH history and the fastest by a Cougar in 15 years...also finished sixth in both the 50- and 100-freestyle at the NICs with the best times of any Cougar in the respective events all season long...swam on three relay teams that all scored for UH at the conference meet, including the opening leg of the 200-free relay that finished third at the NICs...was the anchor leg of the 400-free and swam the butterly in the 400-medley...posted a 50-split time of 23.98 in the frestyle relay, the fifth-best mark in school history and the fastest by a Cougar in 12 years...dominating performer in dual meets, winning the 100-fly six different times against tough competition that included Texas A&M, SMU, TCU, and Arkansas...won the 50-free in dual meets four different times
Local standout from nearby Lamar High School...versatile performer in the freestyle and butterfly...was named the team MVP...junior national qualifier as a sprinter...coached by Johnnie Means
Born on October 1, 1981, in Houston...mother is Teri Pittman...kinesiology major...was also recruited by Texas A&M, San Diego and Fresno State...chose to attend Houston "because of the good swim program close to home"...enjoys singing and dancing...once sang the national anthem prior to a Cougar meet...teaches a children’s church group in the offseason.