Cowgirls pick up first win against Pac-12 opponent
UW finishes invite on strong note
Cowboys sit second, Cowgirls in third
Will be final meet in Corbett Pool for nine seniors
Coonce posts top-10 in 100 fly to help secure second victory
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 her former school, UC Santa Barbara, and brought home a victory in the 200 freestyle 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 freestyle.
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 Barbara 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.