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Honore Collins Named NCAA Division III Women's Swimmer of the Year; NYU Records Best Finish in Program History

Honore Collins Named NCAA Division III Women's Swimmer of the Year; NYU Records Best Finish in Program History

From NYU Athletics

Honore Collins, who won all three of NYU's national championships this weekend, won the National Swimmer of the Year award, as the Violets finished a program-best fifth at the NCAA Division III national championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, NC.

Over the course of the four-day competition, Violet swimmers earned three national titles, nine All-America honors, and five All-America Honorable Mentions.

In Saturday's meet, Rachel Reistroffer earned All-America honors with her fifth-place finish (16:55.85) in the 1650-yard freestyle. Jaime Robinson and Grace Wakabayashi both earned All-America Honorable Mention in the same event, finishing 10th (17:01.66) and 12th (17:04.23), respectively.