Katelyne Herrington gave UNLV six team points on Friday.
March 21, 2014
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UNLVRebels.com) -
UNLV senior Katelyne Herrington turned in the second Honorable Mention All-American performance of her career on Friday night, on the second day of events at the 2014 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships. The three-day meet, which concludes on Saturday, is being held at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center.
Herrington, in her final swim of her career, finished third in the consolation heat of the 100 fly, placing 11th overall after touching the wall in a time of 51.90. It's the second top-16 finish of her career after finishing 14th in the event as a sophomore in 2012.
With Herrington's 11th place finish, UNLV scored six points in the event, placing the Rebels 42nd overall in the team standings.
Georgia leads the team standings with 369, while Stanford is second at 297 and California is close behind in third with 285.
2014 NCAA Women's Swimming & Diving Championships
University of Minnesota Aquatic Center
Friday, March 21
Second Day Results
42nd. UNLV - 6 points
Honorable Mention All-American status
100 Fly - Katelyne Herrington - 11th (51.90)