65 UK student-athletes earn spots on honor roll
Women notch six victories, men three
Commencement held Saturday
University of Kentucky Student-Athletes Recognized for All-Around Excellence
Wildcats claim victories in nine of 24 events in first day of two-day, three-team meet
2011-12 (Sophomore): Turned in a strong sophomore season with several strong finishes swimming freestyle events ... Picked up a pair of second place finishes in Nashville, Tenn., in the 50-freestyle and 100-freestyle events ... Came in second place in the 200-freestyle against Southern Illinois and Missouri ... Won first event of the season at Indiana River State College in the 200 LC meter freestyle event ... Finished with a second-place time in the 200-freestyle against Alabama ... Earned another win at Emory in the 50-freestyle ... Picked up her third win of the season with a victory in the 50-freestyle against Cincinnati ... Finished in 16th in the 200-freestyle and 18th in the 100-freestylein the SEC Championships.
2010-11 (Freshman): Won the 100 butterfly in a dual meet against SCAD and Limestone ... Had a top-eight finish in the 200 freestyle at the Tennessee Swimming/Diving Invitational ... Finished in 12th place in the 50- and 100-freestyle races at the Tennessee Swimming/Diving Invitational ... Finished in 11th place in the 100 butterfly at the Tennessee Swimming/Diving Invitational ... 19th in 100-freestyle, 22nd in 200-freestyle, and 25th in 50-freestyle at the SEC Championships ... Athletic Director's honor roll member, posting a 4.0 GPA in the first semester
Pre-College: Five-time state champion in 50-freestyle (2006-2010) ... Two-time state champion in 100-free (2007-2008) ... Six-time All-State and All-Region selection (7th grade-Senior year in high school) Recipient of Sportsmanship Award and Outstanding Competitor Award ... Swam club for Wildcat Aquatics ... Chose UK for swimming program, business program, SEC school and her teammates and coaches ... Scholastic All-American as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Made honor roll all four years in high school.