Emma Reaney leaves it in the pool, is excited to train with swimMAC (Video Interview)

Video produced by Coleman Hodges.

Reported by Tony Carroll.


  • NCAA – 2:04.06 – Emma Reaney, Notre Dame – 2014
  • Championship – 2:04.06 – Emma Reaney, Notre Dame – 2014
  • American – 2:04.06 – Emma Reaney, Notre Dame – 2014
  • US Open – 2:04.06 – Emma Reaney, Notre Dame – 2014
  • 2014 Champion – Emma Reaney, Notre Dame – 2:04.06

Minnesota’s Kierra Smith won the 200 breaststroke, becoming the third fastest performer of all time with a 2:04.56. She cleared more than a body length between herself and the second place finisher from Virginia, Laura Simon. Simon finished with a 2:06.65.

Stanford’s Katie Olsen moved into third with a small drop to 2:07.06. Notre Dame’sEmma Reaney finished fourth with her time of 2:07.10.

Alabama’s Kaylin Burchell picked up a fifth place finish at 2:07.75, dropping close to a second from her prelim swim. Molly Hannis was the final swimmer under 2:08 with a 2:07.90 for sixth.

Ashley McGregor finished seventh for Texas A&M at 2:08.67 and Weronika Paluszekrounded out the A final with a 2:08.95.

Another B final goes to Michigan with a 2:07.88 from Emily Kopas. Auburn’s Annie Lazorfinished second in the heat at 2:08.41.

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Coleman Hodges

Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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