Bearcats win penultimate regular season meet.
Senior day ceremony set for 9:30 a.m.
Chris Bready and Jacqueline Keire collect a pair of wins.
Jackie Keire previews her trip to the 2014 NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships
2014-15: Became school's first female All-American in 10 years, finishing 16th nationally in the 200 freestyle ... Earned the honorable mention All-America honors after capturing a swim-off by .12 seconds to qualify for the B-finals ... Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100, 200 and 500 freestyles for the second consecutive season ... Named American Athletic Conference Outstanding Female Swimmer at the league championships after capturing conference titles in the 100, 200 and 500 freestyles ... Posted a time of 22.75 in the 50 freestyle at the league championships, setting a school record ... Swam the 100 freestyle in 48.44 at the league meet, winning title and breaking her own school record ... Posted a 200 freestyle time of 1:44.70 during the conference championships, capturing first place and breaking her own school record ... Recorded her top 500 freestyle time of the year at the NCAA Championships, touching the wall in 4:42.54.
2013-14: Etched her name into the UC record books as a freshman, setting the program's best marks in the 50 freestyle (22.85), 100 freestyle (48.52), 200 freestyle (1:44.73) and 500 freestyle (4:41.33), while also moving into the program's all-time top-10 list in the 1,000 free (fourth/10:08.34) ... Contributed to school-record relay times in the 200 freestyle relay (1:32.00) and 800 freestyle relay (7:17.97) ... Won a pair of individual conference championships, taking first in the 500 freestyle and 200 freestyle at the American Athletic Conference Championships in Louisville ... Narrowly missed a third conference title at the meet, placing second in the 100 freestyle with a championship final time of 48.92 ... Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100, 200 and 500 freestyles, the first Bearcats female to do so since 2011 ... Had a top finish of 23rd in the 200 free at the NCAA meet (in an event won by four-time Olympic gold medalist Missy Franklin), while placing 36th nationally in the 100 freestyle and 47th nationally in the 500 free.