Anne Miller '10 Makes Swarthmore Swimming History
Anne Miller '10 Makes
Swarthmore Swimming History
by Mark Anskis
Anne Miller '10 broke the College record in the 100-yard butterfly at the NCAA Division III Championships.
Women's swimmer Anne Miller '10, a psychology major from Buffalo, N.Y., finished in 11th place in the 200-yard butterfly at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships. By finishing in a time of 2:04.59, she earned 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 the 100-yard butterfly, Miller has now earned All-America honors in all four years swimming at Swarthmore.