|High School:||Cathedral Catholic HS|
Kackman was a rock in the distance swims for the Tigers. She finished third in the 500 Free with a 5:12.35. She was also third in the 1000 Free and the 1650 Free. In the 1000 Free, Kackman swam a 11:02.78. In the 1650 Free, Kackman finished just one second behind Lauren Holden with a 18:11.86.
Kackman competed in the Free events as well as the Fly, finishing with a best time of 2:05.79 in the 200 Fly that was just .48 off her personal best.
Swimming her first collegiate swimming, Roslyn made an immediate impact for the Tigers in both the Fly and Free events. Making the most of her time in the pool, Kackman came up with four different events in which she produced a top-four time including posting the fastest time on the year in the 200 Fly (2:05.31) at the MPSF Champinships. She also came up with strong showings in the 500 Free and 1000 Free at the Arena Invite and the triple dual meet on Nov. 9, respectively.
A standout swimmer for Cathedral Catholic High School in Del Mar, Calif., Roslyn graduated from high school in 2013. She ended her career as a three-time team MVP as she helped guide her team to the CIF championship in each of her final three seasons. Kackman finished her four years with records in the 100 Fly (56.02) and 200 Free (1:50.38). Individually, Roslyn won CIF titles in the 200 Free (2011 & 12) and the 100 Fly in each of her four seasons.
Roslyn Kackman was born in Huntsville, Ala., and is the daughter of Gina and Chester Kackman. Chester was a two-time NCAA Division II football champion at Minnesota State University Moorhead. She has one younger brother, Anthony. She is pursuing a degree in biology.