|High School:||Inglemoor HS|
2015-16 (Sophomore) -- Completed her second standout season in a row after delivering a pair of program Top-2 all-time finishes in both the 100-yard breaststroke and the 200 breast ... qualified for a 'B' Standard in the 200 breast after her mark of 2:15.56 on the final day of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships on Feb. 20 at East Los Angeles College ... also recorded a 1:02.86 time in the 100 breast on the second day of the MPSF Championships ... delivered the seventh-fastest mark in the 100 free for the Mustangs during the season, with a 53.86 mark on Jan. 16 ... was also productive in both the 200 and 400 IM this season, producing a pair of Top-4 marks for the Mustangs ... her time of 4:30.94 in the 400 IM on Oct. 31 was the third-best mark overall this season, while her time of 2:07.71 in the 200 IM on Feb. 18 was good for fourth overall on the team.
2014-15 (Freshman) -- Closed standout freshman season by meeting the national B standard in qualifying for the NCAA Championships in the 200-yard breaststroke, clocking a third-place time of 2 minutes, 15.99 seconds (No. 2 in school history) at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships on Feb. 21 in Monterey Park ... earlier in the season, earned 200 breast wins on four separate occasions: Nov. 1 at UC Santa Barbara (at 2:19.59); Nov. 8 in the 161-120 home win over Pepperdine (2:20.91); Jan. 17 in the 174-99 sweep of UC Santa Cruz (2:20.32); and Jan. 31, a 152-135 win in the Blue-Green Rivalry rematch over the Gauchos in Anderson Aquatic Center (2:19.88) ... the meet against the Waves also saw her win the 100 breast (at 1:06.10) and 400 individual medley (4:36.96); she lowered both times while again winning the same events vs. the Banana Slugs (1:05.94 & 4:32.81), as well ... also at the conference finals meet, was the consolation runner-up in the 100 breast (at 1:04.50) on Feb. 20.
Prep -- As a sophomore at Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, won a Washington state championship in the 100 breast, at a school-record 1:04.31 ... a team captain for the Vikings, Speak also competed at the NCSA Junior National Championships, where she swam a 2:22.31 in the 200.
Personal -- Born on Aug. 23, 1995 in Seattle ... daughter of Martin Speak ... majors in business.