Briefly... Nicole Boston enters her fourth season of swimming in the Lions' program...
At LMU... 2006... struggled with a shoulder injury for much of the season, but finished strong at the PCSC Championship with near-personal best times in the 100 breaststroke and 50 freestyle... finished second in the 400 free against Cal Poly and Northern Colorado... 2005... continued as a sprint freestyle specialist, but added the 100 and 200 breaststroke events and established personal best times in both events at the PCSC Championship... voted "most supportive" by her teammates... 2004... swam the 50 and 100 freestyle for the Lions...
High School... a 2003 graduate of James W. Riley High School in South Bend, IN... earned four varsity letters in swimming and a combined five in cross country and track... served as team captain in each sport... earned all-area and all-conference in swimming and cross country... was a second-team NIC swimming selection... swimming coaches were Mike Luber, Jeanne Troyer, and Anna Rossi...
Personal... Nicole Michele Boston was born on June 1, 1985... daughter of Nan Boston... has one sister, Jessica... a biochemistry major who plans to attend medical school.
W. Swimming - 5/16/2018
Three Programs Earn NCAA Public Recognition Award for APR
W. Swimming - 5/8/2018
Bandimere, Elmes Earn Top Honors At 2018 Iggy Awards
W. Swimming - 5/5/2018
LMU Celebrates Commencement 2018
W. Swimming - 4/17/2018
Golf Classic Continues to be a Highlight for LMU Athletics
W. Swimming - 3/14/2018
Athletics Director William Husak Announces July Retirement
W. Swimming - 2/17/2018
Lions Finish Sixth at PCSC Championships