100 breast – 58.25 FSU RECORD
200 breast – 2:10.31 – FSU RECORD
Set a new school record at the 2017 GT Invite in the 200 breast with a time of 2:10.31 placing second…also won the 100 breast at 59.35 and also split 57.9 while helping the Noles win the 400 medley relay…won the 100 breast and 200 breast against No. 17 Minnesota, Duke/Virginia Tech.
Lowered her school record in the 100 breast at the NCAA Championships behind a fourth place finish with a time of 58.25…finished fifth at the ACC Championships in the 100 breast…set a new FSU record after swimming a career best time in the 100 breast at 58.37 at the UGA Invite…was the second fastest time in the country…was second in the individual event…helped the Seminoles qualify for the NCAA Championships in the 200 and 400 medley relays…won the B final of the 200 breast with a career best time of 2:11.20…won the 100 breast against Florida (1:02.35) and was third against 200 breast (2:17.84) …was also second in the 200 breast at the Quad Meet in Fort Myers…was selected as the Golden Nole winner…also will serve the 2017-18 as a team captain…placed fourth in the 50m breast at the 2017 World Championship Trials.
Took fifth in the 100 breast at 1:00.70 at the ACC Championships…was also 24th in the 200 breast at 2:18.59…placed ninth in the 100 breast at the Georgia Invite at 1:00.83…swam her best time at the SMU Classic in the 200 breast with a 2:14.20 where she placed fourth…helped the 200 medley relay to a victory at the All-Florida Invite and was second in the 100 breast (1:03.86)…a 2016 US Olympic Trial qualifer in the 100m breast.
Helped the 200 medley relay score 13th place points and set a FSU record at the NCAA Championships earning All-America honorable mention accolades…made her ACC Championship final debut in the 100 breast and placed sixth with a career best time of 1:00.79…was also 12th in the 200 after swimming a personal best of 2:14.60…swam both medley relays at the ACC Championship and helped the 200 achieve an NCAA ‘A’ standard…tabbed as an uninvited relay alternate for the NCAA Championships.
Pierce posted her career best time at 1:03.62 at 2013 MSHAA D3 State Championships en route to taking the title…also helped Detroit Country Day to a gold medal performance in the 200 medley relay by splitting a 28.39 in the breast portion of the race which was the fastest split in the field by about a second…earned All-State honors in her sophomore and senior seasons in the 100 breast…earned All-American accolades in 2011 as a member of the 200 medley relay and in 2013 individually in the 100 breast.
Born Jan. 18, 1996…daughter of Matt and Murry Pierce.