The Pan Am Games will be held this summer in Toronto
Women fall but Kylliainen and Worrell Shine
All three teams are ranked as ACC Cards square off against SEC powers
Men win 210-87 and Women win 204-94
Worrell is heading to Pan Am Games, Cottrell to World University Games
Freshman: Andrea was named to the All-American Conference team with first place finishes in the 100-breaststroke and the 400-freestyle relay, along with a second place finish with the 400-medley relay, and third place finishes in the 50-freestyle and 200-freedtyle relay. She qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100- and 200-breaststroke. She finished 24th in the 200 breast with a time of 2:10.29 and 26th in the 100 breast with a time of 1:00.84. Her time in the AAC 100-breaststoke of 59.35 put her ninth overall, with the top time being 57.28. In the 200-breaststroke she is 37th overall with a time of 2:10.81; first place is 2:04.34. She was a member of the relay squad that posted a fourth place finish in the consolation bracket.
Prep: Andrea Cottrell hails from Reynoldsburg, Ohio where she attended Bishop Hartley High School and was crowned state champion in the 100- breaststroke in 2012. As a member of Greater Columbus Swim Team of Ohio, Cottrell qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trails in the 100- meter breaststroke, and was a finalist at the short course Junior Nationals.
Personal: Daughter of Andrew and Shelley Cottrell. Born June 30, 1995. Major is Nursing and Exercise Science.