Pack placed 87 on the spring list
Tribute highlights celebration of Wolf Pack students, athletically and academically.
2015-16 (So.): Earned All-Mountain West honors in the pool while also being named to the 2016 spring Mountain West All-Academic team … Competed in all seven regular season events and the Mountain West Championships, swimming primarily in backstroke and freestyle events … Advanced to the A finals and placed fifth overall in the 100-yard backstroke (54.10) at the MW Championships to earn all-conference honors for the second straight season … Advanced to the B finals and placed 10th overall in the 200-yard backstroke (1:58.03) at the conference meet … Also swam in Nevada’s 200-yard medley relay team that placed fourth in the conference meet … Contributed towards 51 team points at the MW championships … Won the 100-yard backstroke in duals against San Jose State and UC Davis while also winning the 200-yard backstroke against San Jose State to tally three event titles in the regular season … Helped lead the Wolf Pack to an undefeated 10-0 record, the first Mountain West championship in program history and a top 25 CSCAA national ranking … Letter winner.
2014-15 (Fr.): Named to the All-Mountain West team as a true freshman … Placed third in the 100-yard backstroke (53.30) and the 200-yard backstroke (1:56.33) with career-best times at the Mountain West Championships … On the season, saw action in the 50 and 100 free, and the 100 and 200 backs … Posted 11 top-three finishes on the season … Tallied her first collegiate event victory in the 50-yard freestyle (24.91) in a dual against Cal State East Bay … Swam in the 100-yard backstroke in seven meets, placing third or better each time … Also posted a season-best time of 23.64 in the 50 free at the MW Championships … Helped Nevada post an 8-2 dual record and place third at the conference meet … Letter winner … Was an English Junior National Champion in the 100 backstroke in the 2015 summer.
PRIOR TO NEVADA
A graduate of Hindley High School in Greater Manchester, England … Participated in swimming and tennis … Part of school’s medley relay team that won a national championship in 2009 … Helped lead Salford to an Arena League Northwest championship in 2004 … Former age group national record holder … Qualified for the Commonwealth Games trials in 2014, reaching the 50 backstroke final … Competed for the City of Salford Club, a club swim team in Manchester … Multiple finalist in the 2014 British Youth Championship.
Born on Jaeger Tricia Mitchell Turner … Daughter of Terry and Alison Turner … Has three siblings … Intends to major in Community Health Science … Chose Nevada over Ohio … Hobbies include riding horses, spending time with family and volunteering at the local swimming club.