Zhang’s time is half a second faster than what it took to make NCAAs last season (1:34.21) and ranks him 29th in the NCAA.
Idaho swim and dive got the conference win on Friday night, taking down Northern Colorado 152-148 at the UI Swim Center.
Boise State won 15 of 16 events Saturday morning as the Broncos cruised past instate-rival Idaho 221-78, extending their home dual win streak to 26 straight.
Idaho got a decisive victory on Friday, defeating the College of Idaho 191-46, while Maya Murphy hit a pair of NAIA A standards for the Yotes.
The Nevada swim team opened its season in a relay meet against Washington State, San Diego State and Idaho, taking the title with 182 points.
The Park City girls won 8 of 11 events en route to winning the girls title.
Senior Joelle Hess was one of the major players for the Park City girls, winning 2 individual titles.
Lucas Hess and Jinwon Bailar grabbed a state record apiece on their way to winning four state titles at 2016 Utah 3A State Swimming Championships. Hess was the boys’ “Swimmer of the Year,” and Seina Senn took four titles of her own to become the girls’ “Swimmer of the Year.”