Cowgirls will welcome NAU, Air Force on Friday
UW takes 14 of 16 events
Will be final meet in Corbett Pool for nine seniors
Set ten pool records
Coonce posts top-10 in 100 fly to help secure second victory
Senior (2015-16): Dydo had another successful season wearing the brown and gold for Wyoming. She opened the year against New Mexico State, and claimed a second-place (24.58) in the 50 free and third (53.46) in the 100 free. In the double-dual with NAU and LSU, Dydo finished sixth in the 100 free with a mark of 58.99, and also took second in the 100 free on senior night against Border War rival Colorado State. As UW won for the first time against a Pac-12 opoonent in Arizona State, Dydo claimed a sixth-place (24.40) finish in the 50 free.
Sophomore (2013-14): Dydo saw action in five events for the Cowgirls during her sophomore campaign. She competed for the Cowgirls against Colorado State finishing eighth in the 50 freestyle with a season-best time of 24.97. She earned a sixth place finish in a dual against Denver with a season-best time of 54.17. She also placed seventh in the 100 backstroke against DU with a time of 59.97.
Freshman: (2012-13): Dydo saw action in three meets in her freshman season with the Cowgirls. She had an impressive dual against Northern Colorado, as she recorded a pair of first-place finishes, as well as a second-place finish. Dydo won the 100 freestyle with a time of 54.26 and would also help the 200 freestyle relay team to a win over the Bears. She swam a time of 25.21 in the 50 freestyle on her way to a second-place finish. In her first collegiate meet she swam a season best 54.20 in the 100 freestyle against Colorado State.
High School: Dydo joins the Cowgirls from Esperanza High School in Anaheim, Calif. She did not swim for her high school, but competed for Golden West Swim Club and former US National Team director and Olympic coach Mark Schubert. She swam the 100 freestyle (52.89) and also is a strong backstroke swimmer.
Personal: Dydo was born in Glendale, Calif., on May 20, 1994. She is the daughter of Marco Dydo and Lisa Weinstein. Dydo has one older sister Sienna. She plans to major in business at UW. She was also recruited by Oregon State, Fresno State, San Diego State and Saint Bonaventure.