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Boise State Swimming and Diving take home All Mountain West Conference awards

The Broncos took home twelve individual spots and five of the relays.

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This news dropped kind of late yesterday, so we're going to go over the news today.

While the women's swimming and diving team took a really close second place to Nevada, there were still some individual accolades to point out. And the Broncos took their fair share of awards.

Along with the Swimmer of the Year in Sam Wicks and Coach of the Year in Jeremy Kipp, the Broncos also took some other spots.

Below are individual recognitions.

Brittany Aoyama

100-yard butterfly

100-yard freestyle

Blake Balogh

500-yard freestyle

1,650-yard freestyle

Felicity Cann

500-yard freestyle

200-yard freestyle

Kiley Carlson

Platform

Emma Chard

500-yard freestyle

200-yard freestyle

100-yard freestyle

Amelia Draney

400-yard individual medley

1,650-yard freestyle

Allyson Kleinsorgen

100-yard backstroke

200-yard backstroke

Karli Kriewall

Platform

Katelyn Martin

50-yard freestyle

100-yard freestyle

Emily Mathis

200-yard breaststroke

Kacee Olson

3-meter springboard

Samantha Wicks

200-yard individual medley

100-yard backstroke

200-yard backstroke

This table below are the relay All-Mountain West Conference.

200-yard freestyle relay

Brittany Aoyama

Samantha Wicks

Katelyn Martin

Abbey Sorensen

400-yard freestyle relay

Brittany Aoyama

Samantha Wicks

Emma Chard

Katelyn Martin

800-yard freestyle relay

Emma Chard

Brittany Aoyama

Blake Balogh

Felicity Cann

200-yard medley relay

Samantha Wicks

Laura Williams

Brittany Aoyama

Katelyn Martin

400-yard medley relay

Samantha Wicks

Laura Williams

Brittany Aoyama

Katelyn Martin

Overall, the Broncos were able to walk away with 17 of the All Mountain West Conference slots. Nevada? 18. Which makes sense. Really tight competition between the two teams.

Congratulations to all of the winners and Go Broncos!