Seventh Heaven: Miller Now Seven-Time All-American with 11th Place Finish in NCAA 200-Yard Butterfly

MINNEAPOLIS - Swarthmore College senior women's swimmer Anne Miller finished in 11th place in the 200 yard butterfly at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships on Friday evening, finishing in a time of 2:04.59 to earn All-America Honorable Mention honors, marking the seventh time the senior has reached All-America status in her career.

With her seventh career honor, Miller now has the most All-America honors in Swarthmore swimming history, passing women's swimmer Skye Fulkerson ’96, the previous leader with six.

Along with her All-American performance in last night's 100-yard butterfly, Miller has now earned All-America honors in all four years swimming at Swarthmore.

It was an All-American day for Swarthmore Athletics, as junior Kathryn Stockbower joined Miller in the All-America club this morning with her selection to the WBCA All-America Honorable Mention team.

Ahead of Miller in 6th place was fellow Centennial Conference swimmer Rachel Glasser (2:03.30) of Washington College.


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