Swimming: Radloff named mid-major all-American

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April 27, 2007

12:53 AM

Accolades for freshman Katie Radloff’s record-setting season continue to roll in. After becoming the first swimmer from the College to qualify for the NCAA Championships in over 20 years, Radloff was named Colonial Athletic Association Swimmer of the Year last week. Tuesday, Radloff was selected to the Collegeswimming.com mid-major all-American team.

p. Radloff swam undefeated in 24 freestyle dual-meet races en route to posting 27 victories in dual-meet races. At the CAA championships, Radloff swam to victory in the 50, 100 and 200-meter freestyles. She competed at the NCAA championships in those three events, with her best finish, 32nd, coming in the 100 free. At the U.S. Open in December, Radloff finished 18th in the 100 free, barely missing a chance to swim in the 2008 Olympic Trials.

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