Whitney Weisz
Whitney  Weisz


Little Falls, Minn.

High School:
Little Falls HS





Scholar-Athletes Honored at Annual Banquet

Aztecs honored at annual S-A banquet


Aztecs Continue Action at NCAA Swimming Championships

Aztecs compete at NCAA swimming championships


Swimmers Conclude Season at NCAA Championships

Swimmers conclude action at NCAA Championships


Aztec Swimming Sends Seven to NCAA Championships

Seven swimmers toi comepte at NCAA Championships


Aztecs Complete First Day at NCAA Championships

Swimmers conclude day one at NCAAs

Underwent brain surgery in May 2013, returning for the 2013-14 season to earn all-conference and all-America honors.

Was named to the all-Mountain West team in the 100 and 200 freestyle as well as the 200, 400 and 800 freestyle relays … Placed fourth in the 200 freestyle (1:48.25) and eighth in the 100 freestyle (49.78) … Season-best time of 49.59 in the 100 free came in the prelims … All three of her relay teams at the conference meet recorded times that rank as the second-fastest in program history: 1:28.72 in the 200 free relay, 3:17.34 in the 400 free relay and 7:10.21 in the 800 free relay … Her top season time of 23.36 in the 50 freestyle came at both the A3 Performance Invitational and the Mountain West Championships … Earned honorable mention All-America honors as a member of the 200 freestyle relay team at the 2015 NCAA Championships … Set the Aztec Aquaplex record in the 200 freestyle when she went 1:48.78 in the meet against Pacific on Jan. 24 … Was a member of the 400 free relay team vs. Pacific that set an Aquaplex record with a mark of 3:21.29 … Her 50.20 in the 100 freestyle at the same meet was the second-fastest time ever at the Aztec Aquaplex.

Earned honorable mention all-America honors as a member of SDSU's 200 free relay team that finished sixth in the consolation final at the 2014 NCAA Championships ... Also competed on the Aztecs' 200 and 400 free relay squads at that meet ... Was named to the Mountain West all-conference team in the 50, 100 and 200 freestyle as well as the 200 and 400 free relays and the 200 and 400 medley relays ... Placed sixth in the 50 free (22.86) at the MW Championships, a time that ranks fourth on the SDSU all-time list ... Her time of 49.53 in a fifth-place finish in the 100 free was the second-fastest time ever by an Aztec ... In the 200 free she place sixth in 1:48.21, eighth-best in program history ... Her winning relay teams in the 200 free (1:28.65), 400 free (3:126.60) and 400 medley (3:35.13) at the league championship meet all set school records ... The winning 200 medley relay time of 1:37.97 was second-fastest in SDSU history ... During the season recorded four first-place, one second-place and one third-place finish in individual races ... Two of her wins came in the 100 free, one in the 50 free and one in the 200 free ... Went 51.25 in the 100 free in a home met vs. Colorado State, North Texas and Tulane on Jan.10 to record the fourth-best time ever at the Aztec Aquaplex ... Has also been a member of relay teams in three different events that recorded Aquaplex all-time top 10 marks.

Earned all-Mountain West honors for the 200 freestyle relay as well as both the 200 and 400 medley relays ... Was on the winning team in each of those event at the conference championships and helped set school records in all three ... The record times included 1:31.15 in the 200 free relay, 1:37.93 in the 200 medley relay and 3:35.60 in the 400 medley relay ... Also tuned in times in three individual events that ranks among the top 10 in school history during the Mountain West Championships ... Those included 23.18 in the 50 free (sixth-fastest), 50.58 in the 100 free (sixth-0fastest) and 1:50.56 in the 200 free (ninth-fastest) ... Was a member of four other relay teams registered all-time top 10 SDSU times during the season including the in the 200 free relay and three in the 400 free relay ... Named to the Mountain West All-Academic Team.

Competed as a swimmer and basketball player at Little Falls High School in Little Falls, Minn. ... Was coached in swimming by Tim Corbett ... Was a four-time section champion in both the 100 freestyle and three-time champion in the 50 free ... State champion in the 100 free as a senior and runner-up in the 50 free ... Earned All-America honors in both the 50 and 100 free and was an all-state selection all four years as a prep athlete ... An all-conference selection four years ... Team MVP as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... NISCA state top 16 award ... Top times of 23.2 in the 50 free and 50.57 in the 100 free ... Was a four-year letterwinner in basketball finishing her career with over 1,00 points and 1,000 rebounds ... Hold school record for most points in a game (47) as well as the career mark for points (1,680).

Whitney Eva Weisz was born Dec. 29, 1993, in Little Falls, Minn. ... Daughter of Neal and Julia Weisz ... Enjoys listening to music and singing, horseback riding, the beach and spending time with family and friends ... Originally signed with Wisconsin out of high school, but opted to attend San Diego State ... A criminal justice major at SDSU with a minor in sociology.

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