Hartigan and Kalms earned Athlete of the Year honors
Kalms And Hartigan Earn Most Outstanding Athlete Awards
Six Cowgirls Earn Two Or More Honors
Both Teams Sit In Third Place Of Their Respective Conference Championships
The Cowboy And Cowgirls 800 Freestyle Relay Teams Both Broke School Records
Redshirt Junior (2014-15): Stucky had a very exciting season for UW as a junior. She was one of eight swimmers for the Cowgirls to win an event against UC Santa Barbara, which happens to be her former school as she brought home a victory in the 200 free with a mark of 1:52.60. She closed out the dual with Air Force as part of the 400 freestyle relay that won with a mark of 3:27.45 and was part of the 200 medley that took home a victory with a time of 1:45.46. Stucky was also part of the 200 freestyle relay team that won the event against CSU with a time of 1:34.35. She took the title in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:55.17 against MW rival New Mexico to begin the season. Also against UNM, Stucky was a part of the 200 freestyle team that won the event with a time of 1:35.80. At the MW Championships, Stucky finished in 16th place in the 200 free.
Junior (2013-14): Redshirted
Sophomore: (2012-13): Stucky recorded top finishes in multiple meets for the Cowgirls as a freshman. Stucky earned All-Mountain West honors in the 200 freestyle after finishing sixth at the Mountain West Championships with a time of 1:48.82. She was also a part of the 200 freestyle relay. Also at the Mountain West Championships, Stucky was a part of the All-MW 800 freestyle relay team that finished third. She was a part of the first-place relay teams against CSU in the 400 freestyle relay, against Air Force in the 200 freestyle relay and 400 medley relay. Also against Denver and Boise State she was a member of first-place 400 freestyle relay and against New Mexico in the 400 medley relay. Stucky also finished first in the 200 freestyle against UNLV with a time of 1:52.55.
UC Santa Barbra: Stuckey competed for UC Santa Barbra during her freshman season in 2011-12.
High School: Stucky enjoyed an excellent career at Montrose High School. She was a five-time Colorado State Champion. During her senior season she was named the Colorado 4A High School Swimmer of the Year. She earned All-America honors in the 100 freestyle.
Personal: Stuckey was born in Lewiston, Idaho, on Sept. 4, 1992. She is the daughter of Joe and Tamara Stuckey and has three siblings.