Lisa How
Lisa How


Preston, England

High School:
Hutton Grammar


Fly, IM, Free


2003-04: Competed at the British Olympic Trials...Made the jump to All-America status during her junior year as a member of three relays that earned Honorable Mention status at the NCAA Championships (March 18-20)...Collected her first All-America certificates for her part in the 400 medley relay (12th-place) as well as 200 (14th-place) and 400 (16th-place) freestyle relays...Swam one individual event at the national meet, taking 34th in the 100 butterfly...Brought home four All-ACC honors for her work on three relays and one individual event...Member of three winning relays at the ACC Championships (Feb. 18-21), taking part in the 400 medley relay as well as the 200 and 400 freestyle quartets...Took part in the 800 free relay that set the school record with a third-place 7:23.37...Best individual finish came during the 200 butterfly where she posted a career-best mark of 2:00.41-- placing her 47th in the NCAA in 2003-04--to finish third...Scored a season-best mark at the 100-yard distance as her 54.80 placed her sixth...Time in the 200 places her second in school...Posted her best time ever in the 500 freestyle at the Texas A&M Fall Invitational (Nov. 21-23) as she hit the wall in 4:49.56--the sixthbest time in the ACC last year--to take eighth-place and ranked second on the school's all-time list. Trip to Texas also produced two more NCAA "B" cuts and sixth-place finishes, including a career-best 54.49 in the 100 fly that ranked her 37th in the NCAA...Totaled seven NCAA "B" standards marks during the year, including four in the 200 fly...Her 12 dual meet victories came in five different events as part of 16 top three finishes.

2002-03: Notched four of the best times in school history and took part in one winning relay during an outstanding sophomore campaign history... Swam the second-fastest 200 butterfly time in FSU history (2:00.69) during the ACC prelims before finishing fourth overall...Finished 10th in the 400-IM at the league summit with the second-fastest time in school history at 4:21.49...Turned in a 500 free time of 4:51.97 with an 11th-place showing ...Produced the third-fastest 200-backstroke time in Seminole history (2:01.19) at the conference meet...Notched a pair of top ten finishes at the SMU Classic...Strong dual meet contributor with eight individual victories and 21 top-three finishes...Posted two victories in a pair of meets, winning the 200 fly and 400 IM at Florida Atlantic (Oct. 11) as well as the 200 fly and 800 free relay versus UNC Wilmington and North Florida (Jan. 4).

2001-02: Placed ninth at the ACC Championships with a time of 4:21.97 in the 400 IM...Established a season-high in the 200 butterfly (2:02.01) and 200 IM (2:04.66) during the preliminaries of the conference championships...Finals times produced a thirdplace finish in the 200 IM and eighth-place showing in the 200 fly...Notched nine first-place finishes throughout the year, including seven in the 200 fly...Left the pool with a first-place finish against eighth-ranked Florida in the 200 medley (2:07.90)...Member of the ACC Honor Roll.

HIGH SCHOOL: Swam all four years at Hutton Grammar for coach David Evitts...Three-time national age group champion from 1997- 99...Placed sixth at the 2000 Olympic Trials in the 100 and 200 fly.

PERSONAL: Born May 15, 1983...Majoring in marketing and finances...Daughter of Stuart and Barbara How.

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