Senior Jenny Wilson topped 200 breaststroke time by close to two seconds in final.
2011-12: Ranked on Northwestern's top times list in five different events ... Was second in the 200 free and 200 IM, third in the 1,000 free and fourth in the 100 free and 200 back ... CSCAA Scholar All-America honorable mention ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Qualified for the bonus final of the 200 free at the Big Ten Championships with a career-best 1:48.76 before taking 21st overall in 1:49.55 ... Also competed in the 200 IM (26th) and 100 free (40th) at the conference meet ... Swam the third leg on NU's top 400 free relay of the season, earning an NCAA `B' provisional qualifying time of 3:20.57 at the Big Ten Championships ... Anchored NU's top 800 free relay, which also won a `B' cut at the conference meet ... Both of those relays rank sixth on Northwestern's all-time top times list in their respective events ... Won three consolation finals at the TYR Invitational, placing ninth overall in the 100 free, 200 back and 200 IM ... Qualified for the title final of the 400 IM and consolation final of the 200 free at the TYR , but was unable to compete in them due to illness ... Won the 1,000 free in a double-dual meet against UIC and North Dakota (11/12) and the 200 IM in a double dual versus Iowa and Harvard (1/21) ... Had seven total top-three finishes during the regular season dual-meet schedule.
2010-11: Ranked on NU's top times list in four different events ... Was NU's fastest swimmer in the 200 IM while ranking third in the 1,000 free, third in the 200 back and fifth in the 400 IM ... CSCAA Scholar All-America honorable mention ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Won the bonus final of the 200 IM at the Big Ten Championships with a career-best and NCAA `B' time of 2:01.22 ... Also competed in the 400 IM (27th) and 200 back (38th) at the Big Ten meet, earning a career-best 2:03.73 in the 200 back ... Swam with NU's 800 free relay at the Big Ten Championships, picking up an NCAA `B' time with that squad, which was the third-fastest in NU history ... Qualified for three championship finals at NU's own six-team TYR Invitational (11/19-11/21), finishing fifth in both the 400 IM and 200 back while placing sixth in the 200 IM ... Earned dual-meet victories in the 200 IM against Purdue (11/5) and Iowa (01/22) before taking second in the event at the five-team Shamrock Invitational (01/28) ... Compiled eight total top-three dual meet finishes on the year.
2009-10: Appeared on Northwestern's top times list for the year in six different events ... Was second in the 1,000 free and the 200 IM, fourth in the 200 back and fifth in the 100 breast, 200 breast and 400 IM ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Qualified for the bonus final of the 400 IM at the Big Ten Championships, coming in 21st overall with a season-best 4:24.34 during the night heat ... Also competed in the 200 IM (34th) and 200 back (37th) at the conference meet ... Swam a career-best 1:50.80 in the 200 free during a time trial at the Big Ten Championships ... Finished third in the 200 IM with a career-best 2:04.14 and fifth in the 400 IM at the six-team TYR Invitational ... Won the consolation final of the 200 back with a career-best 2:04.75 at the TYR while also competing in the consols of the 50 back and 50 breast ... Earned a dual-meet victory in the 100 breast against UIC (11/14) ... Had three other top-3 dual finishes on the year, including a pair in the 200 IM.
2008-09: Member of NU's backstroke and individual medley groups who came on strong in the latter part of her first collegiate season ... Ranked third on Northwestern's top times list for the year in the 200 back ... Earned a second swim at the Big Ten Championships in the 400 IM, finishing 20th overall ... Also swam in the 200 IM and 200 back at the conference meet ... Had season-best times in all of her Big Ten Championships' swims, especially in the 400 IM where she cut more than six full seconds off her seed time entering the meet ... Earned three consolation final swims at the TYR Invitational, winning the heat in the 400 IM to take fifth overall ... Was seventh in the 200 IM and eighth in the 200 back ... Had a breakout dual meet at Iowa on Jan. 24, winning the 200 IM with a season-best 2:06.03 while also flexing her distance muscle for the first time with a second-place effort in the 1,000 free ... Also had a dual-meet victory in the 200 breast against Illinois-Chicago (11/15).
High School: USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from 2005-08 ... Named MVP for the Rapid City Racers in 2007-08 ... South Dakota does not sponsor high school swimming; swam seven years of club with the Walla Walla Y and five years with the Rapid City Racers ... Holds 11 state meet or overall state records ... Qualified for Central Zones Championship and Speedo Championship Series from 2004-08 ... Qualified for Megazone nine times in 2008 ... Won the Spirit Award at the 2007 Long Course State Championship ... Summa Cum Laude graduate, National Honor Society and National Merit Scholar recipient ... Also competed in volleyball, cross country, fencing club and karate club in high school.
Personal: Born Jacqueline Michelle Godbe on 7/17/90 ... Daughter of David and Julie Godbe ... Published Nameless: The Four Trilogy: Book Oneunder the nom de plum Jacqueline Mychaels in 2008 ... Is in the process of completing Book Two ... Dad was a fencer at California ... Mom played volleyball at Illinois-Chicago ... Grandfather was an Olympic Time Trial qualifier in the 440-yard hurdles ... Enrolled in the Integrated Science Program (ISP) with a double major in chemistry.