Women's Swimming


Katie Roeing
Katie Roeing

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Wheaton, Ill.

High School:
Glenbard West

Event:
Back/IM

03/27/2013

Illinois Collects 52 Academic All-Big Ten Selections

52 Illini Honored By Conference for Second Time This Year

03/27/2013

Illinois Collects 52 Academic All-Big Ten Selections

52 Illini Honored By Conference for Second Time This Year

02/09/2013

Illini Wrap Up Minnesota Challenge with Two Wins Saturday

McDermott sisters win two events

02/08/2013

Illini Swim to Nine Top-Five Finishes at Minnesota Challenge

Williams wins 200 IM, sets two personal bests

02/07/2013

Illini Set to Compete at Minnesota Challenge

Illinois sends 14 athletes to final meet before Big Ten Championships

Freshman 2011-12 - Recorded personal-best times in the 100 back (59.58), 200 back (2:08.39) and 200 IM (2:12.11) at the Minnesota Challenge.

High School - Qualified for the NSCA Junior Nationals with times of 58.37 in the 100 back and 2:05.65 in the 200 back ... Named to the Scholastic All-American Team (2010-2011) ... IHSA State Qualifier in the 200 IM, 100 back and 400 free relay (2011) ... Swam with the Hickory Willow Swim Association for a year ... Holds Hickory Willow records in the 100 and 200 back, 400 medley relay and 200 IM.

Personal - Born on March 29, 1993 ... Parents are Randy and Diane Roeing ... Has two older sisters, Jackie and Ellie ... Father, Randy, played basketball at Illinois ... Sister, Jackie, swam at Vanderbilt (2008-2009) ... Sister, Ellie, swims at Purdue (2009-present) ... Majoring in chemical engineering ... Biggest thrill in sports is the natural high you get after swimming a great race ... Favorite athlete is her sister, Ellie, because she has always been inspired by her work ethic in and outside of the pool ... Member of National Honor Society ... Earned Illinois State Scholar honors ... Received the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (2010) ... Member of French Honor Society ... Recipient of the Glenbard West Matter of Pride Award (2011) ... Lists two of her swim coaches as the people who have most influenced her athletic career because they first inspired her to work hard and showed her that anything is possible ... Fighting Illini heroes growing up were her father and grandfather.

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