Arlington High School
Mighty Marlins Swim Club
BOISE, Idaho-Boise State women's swimming and diving Head Coach Kristin Hill announced, Tuesday, Jennifer Domanowski of Arlington, Wash., signed a National Letter of Intent to join the Broncos. Domanowski, currently a senior at Arlington High School, swims butterfly, freestyle and individual medley events.
"Jenni really brings balance to this incoming class, with strengths in the 200 fly, 100 fly and 200 IM, and a lot of dynamic interests outside the pool," Hill said. "Jenni is intelligent, motivated and so excited to be a Bronco. I look forward to getting her to Boise so we can start working together."
Before Domanowski competes for the Broncos, she will join other Boise State student-athletes at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials. Domanowski earned her trials cut in the 200-meter butterfly at the 2010 North American Challenge Cup.
Domanowski competes for the Mighty Marlins Swim Club, where she is coached by Kirby Schaufler. She is the athlete representative for her club team.
Domanowski shines outside of the pool, as well, earning USA Swimming Scholar All-America accolades the past two years. She belongs to the National Honor Society and was named 2009 AP Biology Student of the Year and 2011 AP Chemistry Student of the Year at Arlington.
She also lends a hand to others as a tutor. Other groups Domanowski participates in include Link Crew and wind ensemble.
"Boise State is a fantastic school that really knows how to balance academics, athletics, and college life," Domanowski said. "The genuine support and faith that the team shares with one another creates a tight-knit bond that is always encouraging and I want to be a part of such a positive environment. The team is diligent and constantly strives to attain new levels of success."
Top times (short-course yards):
500 Free: 5:04.87
100 Fly: 56.45
200 Fly: 2:01.39
200 IM: 2:08.38
400 IM: 4:27.25