SAN DIEGO STATE 2016-17
Returned to SDSU for her junior season and opened the year by finishing second in the pentathlon meet vs. University of San Diego … Her total time in the five events was just .26 behind to top finisher (teammate McKenna Meyer) … Earned all-Mountain West recognition in the 200 and 400 individual medley as well as the 200 butterfly … Placed third in both IM events and second in the 200 butterfly at the conference championship meet … Also picked up all-conference accolades as a member of 800 freestyle relay team … During the season recorded five first-place, seven second-place and six third-place finishes in individual dual meet events … Her time of 1:59.57 in the 200 butterfly at the A3 Performance Invitational in November was the fastest on the squad over the course of the season as were her marks in the 200 (2:00.21) and 400 (4:13.84) individual medley at the same meet … Turned in the 10th-fastest time 2:03.13) ever at the Aztec Aquaplex in the 200 butterfly on Oct. 14.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2015-16
Redshirted during the 2015-16 season, returning to Sweden to train for the Olympic Games.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2013-14
Earned all-conference recognition in the 200 and 400 individual medley as well as the 800 free relay at the Mountain West Championships ... Her time of 2:00.56 in the 200 IM at the league meet was the third-fastest in program history ... Her mark I the 400 IM (4:18.57) was also the third-best ever by an Aztec ... The 800 free relay team set a school record at the met with a mark of 7:06.64 ... Was named the Mountain West Swimmer of the Week on Jan. 15 as she won the 200 free, 500 free and 200 individual medley ... Her efforts led the Aztecs to a trio of wins in a triple dual meet vs. Colorado State, North Texas and Tulane ... Was the individual champion at the pentathlon meet vs. University of San Diego on Sept. 20 ... During the season recorded six first-place, six second-place and three third-place finishes in individual events.
Arrived at San Diego State from Sweden one year after having spent her junior season of high school in Colorado ... Attended Widenska Gymnasiet school in Stockholm, Sweden, where she graduated in 2013 ... Spent her junior year (2011-12) as an exchange student at Lewis Palmer High School in Monument, Colo., where she competed in the freestyle and individual medley events ... Did not lose a race during the regular season and qualified for the state meet in every individual event, earning NISCA/Speedo All-America honors in the 200 IM and 100 fly along the way ... At the Colorado Springs Metro League Championships she won the 200 and 500 free and was on the winning 200 and 400 free relay teams ... Was an all-area first-team selection and was named the area swimmer of the year ... At the state meet she finished second in the 100 fly (55.02) and 200 individual medley (2:02.41). Her 200 free and 200 medley relay teams also took second and third respectively ... Her best marks include 51.48 in the 100 free, 1:48.74 in the 200 free, 4:58.39 in the 500 free, 55.02 in the 100 fly, 2:03.21 in the 200 fly and 2:01.21 in the 200 individual medley ... Was ranked as the No. 3 swimmer in Colorado and 73rd in the nation by CollegeSwimming.com.
Frida Berggren was born March 4, 1994, in Vasteras, Sweden ... Daughter of Anders and Pia Berggren ... Undeclared major at San Diego State.