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Katie Radloff Named Mid-Major All-American for Fourth-Consecutive Year

Somers, Wisc. - William and Mary Tribe senior Katie Radloff was named a Mid-Major All-American by for the fourth consecutive season on Tuesday, while sophomore Molly Emery earned an honorable mention.

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The honor for Radloff puts an exclamation point on the most successful career for any William and Mary Tribe swimmer in the programís history. Radloff holds four individual school records and is apart of all five relay records at the College. Radloff also holds the school record for most career victories with 96, and set the record for most wins in a season this year with 28.

In total, Radloff was a 19-time CAA champion was twice named the CAA Swimmer of the Year. Radloff, who was selected to the CAA Silver Anniversary Team, was also named CAA Swimmer of the Championships on two occasions. Radloff will graduate holding six conference records.

At the national level, Radloff is the only swimmer, male or female, to get invited to the NCAA Championships on four occasions. Radloff was also a U.S. Olympic Trials participant and was a finalist at the 2009 World Championships Trials.

Emery had a fantastic sophomore season for the College, tallying 12 dual-meet victories during the season. Emery qualified provisionally for the NCAA Championships with her season-best 500 free time of 4:50.47 at the Terrapin Cup Invitational this past November.

The Mid-Major All-America teams were created five years ago as a way of honoring swimmers from schools and conferences that achieve national success without the benefits of BCS-level funding. Members of the team are selected on the basis of competing at the NCAA Championships, while athletes who have achieved an NCAA provisional qualification but were not invited to the meet are named to the Honorable Mention team.

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