Swimming & Diving



 Shelby Bull
Shelby Bull

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Salt Lake City, Utah

High School:
East HS

Height:
5-9

Event:
Freestyle

Birthdate:
07/05/1990

Experience:
3L


02/28/2012

Eight Cowgirl Swimmers And Three Relay Teams Garner All-Conference Honors

Conci, Hartigan and Denny Led The Cowgirls With Three Individual Selections

02/25/2012

Cowgirl Swimmers And Divers Finish MW Championships In Fourth Place

Freshman Denny won the MW Championship in the 200 backstroke.

02/24/2012

Conci Wins Second-Consecutive MW Championship In The 100-Yard Backstroke

Cowgirls move up one position to fourth place after day three of MW Championships

02/23/2012

Cowgirls Hold In Fifth After Second Day of MW Swimming and Diving Championships

The Cowgirl 400 medley relay team placed third with an NCAA

02/20/2012

Cowgirl Swimmers And Divers Ready For Mountain West Championships

The Cowgirls Return Three Individual All-MW Performers And Three All-MW Relay Squads

03/23/2010

2009-10 Wyoming Swimming and Diving

Pictures from Wyoming's 2009-10 Swimming and Diving Season

Junior: (2010-11)-Throughout her three years as a Cowgirl, Bull has been a very key performer and did not disappoint in her junior campaign. She was a member of the Mountain West Champion 200 medley relay team that set the MW record with a time of 1:39.62. Bull and her teammates also placed third in the 200 freestyle relay. She also swam with the 400 free relay team that placed fourth with an NCAA `B' cut time. Individually, she had an excellent run at the MW Championships placing in the top five of all her individual events. Her highest individual finish came in the 200 freestyle where she placed third with an NCAA `B' cut time of 1:48.45. She also put up an NCAA `B' cut time in the 100 free placing fifth with a time of 50.16. In the 50 free at the conference championships she placed fourth with a time of 22.89. For her performance at the MW Championships, she earned three individual All-MW awards and two team All-MW awards. She earned her second consecutive All-MW awards in the 100 and 200 free. Bull also had an excellent regular season, recording five first-place finishes throughout the season. Bull earned Academic All-MW while earning her third Cowgirl letter award.

Sophomore: (2009-10)- Bull continued her tremendous Cowgirl career by helping set new school records on relay teams, as well as setting records in individual events. At the 2010 MW Championships, Bull was part of two MW Champion relay teams, the 200 and 400 freestyle. In the 200 freestyle relay Bull and her teammates set a new school and MW record, recording a time of 1:30.55. She was also crowned MW champion with the 400 freestyle relay team that set a school-record time of 3:20.09. Bull's season was also very successful individually placing in the top five in two events at the MW Championships. She set two school records in the 200 and 100 freestyle. In the 100 free she placed second in the MW with the school-record time of 50.02 and in the 100 free she placed fourth with another school record time of 1:48.79.

Freshman: (2008-09)- Bull put her name into the Wyoming record books as a freshman. She ranks second in school history in the 100 freestyle, and fourth in both the 50 freestyle and 100 butterfly. She also was a part of the 200 and 400 medley relay and 200 and 400 freestyle relays that are first in school history. Her record-breaking times came at the 2009 MW Championships where she placed 13th in the 100 freestyle, and 14th in the 50 freestyle. She also swam the 100 butterfly and placed 12th. In relays, Bull and the Cowgirls placed fourth in the 200 medley relay, and fifth in the 200 and 400 freestyle relays. She earned her first career letter award.

High School: Bull had a successful career at East High School in Salt Lake City as well as swimming for her club team, Wasatch Front Fish Market. She won a state championship in the 50 freestyle two years in a row, and 100 freestyle for three years. She also won the 200 freestyle at state in the 2005-2006 season. She was a part of the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relay teams in high school that set state records in both events, as well as earning All-American honors in the 400 freestyle relay. She helped guide her team to back to back 4A state championships and was a letter winner all four years.

Personal: Bull was born in Livermore, Calif. on July 5, 1990. She is the daughter of Allie and Craig Bull and has an older brother, Craig. She is majoring in communications.

Top Times: 50 freestyle- 22.89; 100 free- 49.97; 200 free-1:48.45

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