The Coyote women's team set records in five different events. Leita Rolfe (Sr., Newcastle, WY), who won two individual events and participated on a winning relay, set pool (meters) and school (meters) records in winning the 200 freestyle in 2:08.88. She broke the school and pool mark of 2:09.05 set by Lorie Kappenman of USD in 1985.
Rolfe also won the 200 breaststroke in 2:42.90 and narrowly missed eclipsing her own school record of 2:42.33. Rolfe was also a member of the winning 200 medley relay, which finished in 2:01.59. The USD relay squad members included Rolfe, Megan Gordon (Sr., Grand Rapids, MN), Erin Wagoner (Jr., Newcastle, WY), and Stacy Bjorlie (Jr., Austin, MN).
Bjorlie won the 50 freestyle in a USD school record of 27:40. She broke the 2002 mark set by Kari Kopecky.
Jill Smolczyk (Sr., Omaha, NE) set pool and school records in one-meter diving with a score of 291.52. On Dec. 7, Smolczyk set the 1-meter diving mark with a total of 274.60 points. Smolczyk also finished second in 3-meter diving with a score of 274.20 and would have broken the pool record except for the performance of teammate Emilie Kluth. A senior from Columbus, NE, Kluth broke the school and pool record in winning the three-meter diving competition with 295.50 points. She broke Smolczyk's school record of 288 points and Smolczyk's pool mark of 269.15 points. In addition, Kluth finished second in one-meter diving with a total of 281.40 points.