Women's Swimming

Lauren Daly  
Lauren  Daly

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Middletown, NY

High School:
Pine Bush

Height:
5-4

Event:
Breast/IM


AS A JUNIOR:
  • Placed 1st in 100yd breast vs. Sacred Heart 1/31 (1:10.17)
  • Finished 2nd in 200yd medley relay vs. Vermont 11/1 (1:55.05)
  • Earned 3rd place finish in 200yd breast vs. Sacred Heart 1/31 (2:37.62)
AS A SOPHOMORE:
  • Finished 1st in 100 yard breast vs. Holy Cross (10/23) (1:12.03)
  • Was on 200 medley relay team that finished second vs. Holy Cross (10/23) (1:12.03)
  • Earned 3rd place finish in the 200 breast vs. Holy Cross (10/23) and 50 breast (1/25) (33.88)
AS A FRESHMAN:
  • Experienced breakout success towards end of freshman year
  • Finished the 200 IM in 2:22.12 at the MAACs
  • Essential member of the 200 medley relay team
  • Won her first meet of the year at the Catholic Invite in the 100 Breast

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Varsity team captain at Pine Bush High School
  • Won the team's Leadership Award two straight seasons
  • Named the Section 9 state team all four years
  • Scholar Athlete
  • National Honor Society

PERSONAL:
  • Daughter of Dennis and Eileen
  • Father is a NYC Firefighter, Mother is a nurse
  • Older brother Dennis attends Manhattan College

KUETERMAN ON DALY:
    "Lauren is very talented in the breaststroke events. She had a great MAAC championship last year and I will rely on her to help us achieve our team goals this year."

GETTING TO KNOW LAUREN DALY:
    Twitter Handle: @laurbdaly
    Major: Science
    What I like most about Siena College: The small class size and the people
    My hobbies are: Hiking, Camping, and spending time with friends
    Another Siena sport I follow: Baseball, Basketball and Water Polo
    My dream car: BMW
    When I am not playing my sport, you can find me: With my friends or watching netflix
    Favorite Pro Team: New York Rangers
    Favorite Phone App Snapchat
    If I could have any pet, I would have A Puppy
    Person I look up to the most: My father
    Favorite Food: Baked Ziti
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