Aztecs First After Opening Day at MW Championships
SAN DIEGO STATE 2010-11
Recorded a pair of times during the season that ranks among the Aztec all-time top 10 ... Her mark of 1:49.02 in the 200 free at the conference championship meet ranks fourth all-time at SDSU ... in the 500 free, her best time of 4:55.56 at the same meet is sixth-best in school history ... Was a member of the Aztec 400 free relay team that went 3:22,83, second-best on the SDSU all-time list ... Was also on the 200 free relay squad that turned in the sixth-fastest time in program history with a 1:35.91 at the Arena Invitational ... Had a pair of first-place finishes in both the 200 and 500 freestyle in dual meet competition ... Recorded a first, second and third in the 1000 freestyle in the three meet in which she competed in that race ... Top time of 10:24.76 ... Recorded one individual time and two relay marks that ranks among the all-time top 10 times at the Aztec Aquaplex ... Her mark of 1:51.21 in the 200 freestyle during the meet vs. Wyoming ranks sixth-best at the facility ... Was on the 400 free relay squad at the same meet that went 3:26.82, second best in pool history ... Was also on the 800 free relay team that turned in a 7:41.71 against Tulane and Northern Colorado, third best mark ever for that event at the Aquaplex ... A member of the Mountain West All-Academic team.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2009-10
A freestyle specialist who swam every distance in that stroke in dual meet competition during the season ... Earned all-Mountain Conference accolades as a member of SDSU's school-record setting 400 free relay team that finished third at the MWC Championships with a mark of 3:22.32 ... Was on the 800 free relay team at the Toshiba Classic (Nov.20) that went 7:26.35 to finish third of 35 teams and record the second-fastest time in that event in school history ... In five dual meets (including a quad meet and two triple duals), her 400 free relay team never finished lower than third with a first, three seconds and a third ... Had a pair of second-place and one-third place finish in the 1000 free in the three meets in which she swam that event ... Her mark of 51.30 in the 100 free at the MWC Championships goes down as the second-best time in school history ... Also went into the record books with the eighth-fastest mark in the 200 free (1:52.33), also recorded during the conference championship meet.
Competed as a swimmer for four years while attending Concord High School in Concord, Calif. ... Coached there by Denise Lowe ... A first-team all-Diablo Valley Athletic League and all-North Coast section honoree ... Set school records in both the 50 free (23.91) and 100 free (51.79) ... Also finished her prep career with marks among the top 10 times in school history in the 200 free (2:05.96) and 100 fly (1:02.58) as well ... A sectional qualifier all four years ... Finished seventh in the 50 free and 11th in the 100 free at the 2009 North Coast Section championships ... Was named the CHS swimming program Athlete of the Year for her efforts during her senior season ... Played for the volleyball team as a middle blocker one season (as a senior) and earned second team all-league recognition ... Competed for the Springwood Swim Club and set meet records in the 100 IM and 100 fly at the 2008 Concord City Swim Meet.
Jessica Michelle Crider was born Oct. 6, 1991, in Walnut Creek, Calif. ... Daughter of Dave and Donnah Crider ... A nursing major at San Diego State.