Felicity Cann is a junior at Boise State University pursuing a major in Health Science. She was born and raised in Tacoma, Washington, and comes from a large family of athletes where her father played football at the University of Washington, her sister swam at UCLA, and her brother swam at University of Michigan. She specializes in the freestyle events.
Boise State Swimming
Finished her sophomore year by being a part of the 800 free relay team that won the Mountain West Championship and set a school record. Earned All-Mountain West honors in the 800 free relay, 200 free, and 500 free. Placed 7th in the 200 free and 8th in the 500 free at Mountain West Championships. Set a season-opener record with her time in the 500 free against Utah. Won 9 individual events in duals throughout the season.
Capped off a successful freshmen campaign by earning All-Mountain West honors in the 800 free relay, 200 free, and 500 free. Finished 3rd in the 500 free and 2nd in the 200 free earning personal bests in both races. Set the season-opener record in the 200 free against Idaho. Also set the Boise West YMCA pool record in the 200 free against Denver.
Attended Stadium High School in Tacoma, Washington where she won State Championships in the 100 free her junior year, and the 200 and 500 free her senior year. Was named Tacoma Commission Athlete of the Year her junior season. Swam at Summer Junior Nationals in 2012. Swam for King Aquatic Club.