|Position:||Graduate Assistant Coach|
In her second year as a graduate assistant coach, Albiston continues her time with the Pacific swim team after lettering for four years with the Tigers and completing her undergraduate studies in sport sciences at Pacific.
Albiston closed out her career placing in Pacific’s women’s top-10 record books in the 1000 Free (10:04.91), 1650 Free (16:54.97) and 400 IM (4:25.29). As a senior at the Big West Championships, she finished fourth in the 400 IM finals touching the wall in 4:25.26.
During her junior season at the Big West Championships, Albiston made a top-10 finish and the Pacific record books with a time of 4:25.29 in the 400 IM. In her first two seasons for the Orange and Black, she won back-to-back conference titles in the 1650 Free at the Big West Championships. During her freshman campaign, she posted a time of 17:14.04 and went on to shatter that time by 11 seconds with a time of 17:03.15 as a sophomore. In addition to her back-to-back 1650 Free conference titles, Albiston also topped all swimmers in the 1000 Free with a 10:11.10 race and finished fourth in the 500 Free (4:58.67) during her sophomore season.
Albiston attended Skyline High School in Salt Lake City, Utah, where she competed in varsity swimming and earned All-America honors. As a senior, Albiston set a new Utah state record for in the 500 Free with a time of 4:57.95.