2005-06 Season Outlook
Alex King was one of the Huskers' top middle-distance and distance freestyle swimmers last season and contributed in the butterfly events. This season King will be looking to play a major role in sprint freestyle events as well as middle-distance freestyle and butterfly events.
King was one of
King earned a a pair of top-20 finishes at the Big 12 Championships, placing 17th in the 50 free (24.00) and 19th in the 100 free (52.66). She put points on the board for the Huskers as part of strong 800- and 400-yard freestyle relay squads. King picked up a win against Missouri in the 800-yard free relay (7:41.16) and a second-place finish against Nevada and Fresno State in the 400-yard free relay (3:35.59). She was a member of relay squads that performed well at the Big 12 Championships, earning fifth place in the 400-yard free relay (3:30.55) and sixth in the 800-yard free relay (7:31.87).
King placed 15th in the 500-yard free at the Big 12 meet (5:02.65) and placed 16th in the 1,650-yard free (17:32.26). She also earned a top-20 finish in the 200-yard free at the Big 12 Championships (19th, 1:53.69). King won both the 200- and 500-yard free at Nebraska-Omaha. She won the 200-yard free against Wyoming, helping Coach Pablo Morales to his first NU dual-meet win. She also won the 500-yard freestyle at Northern Arizona.
King placed second in the 500 free (5:02.95) in the
Alex was born on Nov. 25, 1984, in
Time 50-yard free
12/2/04 Texas Invitational
24.00 100-yard free
2/26/04 Big 12 Championships
51.73 200-yard free
2/19/03 Big 12 Championships
1:53.69 100-yard fly
11/8/03 Southwest Missouri State