Career Highlights: Vreeland qualified for her first Olympics by finishing fifth in the 200-meter freestyle at the U.S. trials. The junior from the University of Georgia has already had lots of success throughout her collegiate career. In her freshman year, she earned first-team All-SEC honors and was named to the SEC's all-freshmen team. She led the Bulldogs to the conference title and helped the 800 freestyle relay team claim first at the NCAA championships. Vreeland repeated the first-team All-SEC honors her sophomore year, as well as leading the way again for the victorious 800 relay team at the NCAAs. Her time in the 500 freestyle ranks second in school history and her time in the 200 ranks third. Vreeland is recognized at Georgia just as much for her academics as her swimming, as she continues to earn academic honor awards each semester while still being able to dominate in the pool.