Notre Dame Women's Swimming & Diving | Mar. 20, 2014 | Notre Dame Athletics
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. - After making the finals of the 200-yard individual medley for the first time in her three-year NCAA Championships career, University of Notre Dame women's swimming standout Emma Reaney claimed seventh in the event final Thursday night with a time of 1:56.15.
The finish locked up her first All-America scroll in the event after claiming honorable mention All-America accolades in the stroke as a freshman and sophomore.
With her All-America trophy in hand, Reaney continues to write her name in the Irish record book as she is now one of just five swimmers in program history to rack up eight or more All-America or honorable mention All-America citations. She is also second in school history with three All-America trophies, trailing only Tanya Williams' five that she earned from 1990-93.