Bowling Green State University swim team member Daniela Carrillo placed 37th in prelims of the 200-yard breaststroke, closing out her final race at the 2013 NCAA Championships in IU Natatorium. Carrillo swam a time of 2:12.89 to earn her place out of the 52 swimmers in prelims. It was her second-best time of the year, behind her pool record-setting 2:11.20 at the MAC Championships. Only a freshman, Carrillo became the first swimmer to advance to NCAA Championships since Cheryl Patteson in 1996. A two-time silver medalist at this year's MAC Championships, Carrillo's record-breaking swims at that meet in the 100- and 200 breaststroke resulted in an invitation to the NCAA meet. Ana Daniela Carrillo Avilez is the daughter of Guadalupe Edgardo Carrillo Lopez and Nona Marcela Avilez Martinez, she has one sister, Sara Lucía Carrillo Avilez. She is Majoring in architecture at BGSU.