Honors & Awards
- Three Letters (2017, 2018, 2019)
- Academic All-Big Ten (2018, 2019)
- Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2016, 2017, 2018; Spring 2017, 2018, 2019)
- Herman Team GPA Award (2017)
- Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017, 2018, 2019)
Worrall had a solid junior campaign with nine top-five finishes, including a runner-up finish against Rutgers in the 100 -yard freestyle before claiming third and fifth place in the 200 free and 50 free, respectively. She was also a member of the first place 200 freestyle relay (1:35.22) along with teammates Lindsay Helferich, Clara Walstad and Autumn Haebig. At the 2018 Hawkeye Invite, Worrall captured a season best with a ninth-place finish in the 200 free (1:50.29) and added a 19th-place showing in the 100 free. The three-time letter winner rallied in a pair of fourth place finishes against Illinois in the 50-and 100-meter freestyles. At the 2019 Big Ten Championships, the two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree competed in the 200 free (36th), 100 free (49th) and 50 free (65th). Worrall made the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll for six semesters and is a three-time member of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team.
Worrall amassed 11 top-five finishes as a sophomore for the Huskers. She was a strong performer in the 100 freestyle, where she recorded five top-five finishes. She produced a trio of top-50 finishes at the 2018 Big Ten Championships, including 43rd in the 50 freestyle (23.48). She added two career bests, including a 38th-place finish in the 200 free (1:49.64) and 45th-place showing in the 100 free (50.83), which was eight spots higher than she finished at the 2017 conference meet. Worrall appeared in multiple relays and swam the second leg of the 800-yard freestyle relay that took second at the Mizzou Invite, joining Autumn Haebig, Savannah Savitt and Allison Kopas (7:23.11). In the classroom, Worrall earned academic All-Big Ten honors for the first time and claimed spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in both the fall and spring semesters of 2017-18. She earned a spot on the 2018 Tom Osborne Citizenship Team.
Worrall had a solid first year as a Husker, racking up nine top-five finishes, including four wins in dual victories over Illinois, Kansas and Northern Iowa. She set four career bests, with three of those coming at the 2017 Big Ten Championships. She raced to a time of 23.29 to finish 34th in the 50 free. In the 100-yard freestyle, Worrall earned 53rd with a time of 51.26, while adding a season-best 1:50.78 in the 200-yard free to finish 55th. She was part of the 400-yard medley relay (Julia Roller, Samantha Hedrick, Worrall and Erin Oeltjen) that earned a No. 50 national ranking from CollegeSwimming.com (3:39.56). One of Worrall’s strongest performances came against Kansas, when she captured first-place finishes in both the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard freestyle. Worrall also got off to a strong start in the classroom, claiming spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall and spring semesters. She was also a member of the 2017 Tom Osborne Citizenship Team for her work in the community.
The Arizona high school state champion in the 100-yard freestyle in 2016, Worrall added a second-place finish in the 50 free at the Arizona Class 5A state meet while swimming at Xavier College Prep in Phoenix. During her time swimming for Phoenix Swim Club, Worrall won the 2015 Long Course and the 2016 Short Course Arizona State Championships in the 100 free. Worrall also racked up multiple first-place relay finishes at the 2016 Short Course Arizona State Championships. An all-state selection and a team captain in the pool, Worrall also earned the School Turn Around Award and the National Honor Society Service Award.
The daughter of Becky and Brian Worrall. Allie was born Dec. 15, 1997, in Phoenix, Ariz. An accounting major, Allie earned academic All-Big Ten honors in 2018 and 2019. She is a six-time Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll selection. She is also a two-time member of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2017, 2018). She chose Nebraska over Kansas, Illinois and Denver.
|50 Free||23.29||Big Ten Championships (2017)|
|100 Free||50.83||Big Ten Championships (2018)|
|200 Free||1:49.64||Big Ten Championships (2018)|
|100 Fly||57.19||Kansas Classic (2016)|