Women's Swimming

Emily Schultz  
Emily Schultz

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Leawood, Kan.

High School:
Notre Dame de Sion

Height:
5-5

Position:
Breast/IM

Birthdate:
02/21/1990


2010-11: MAAC All-Academic Team selection for the second consecutive year...A Leo Dufort Student-Athlete of the Month selection, representing November...Swam top times against New Hampshire, C.W. Post, Canisius, Duquesne, Saint Francis, and Sacred Heart.

2009-10: Named to MAAC All-Academic team...Also named to conference Honor Roll...Swam the eighth-fastest 200 breast time in school history (2:39.40). 2008-09: One of the team's top breaststrokers during her freshman campaign...Posted six top-three finishes...Placed second overall in the 400 medley relay (4:33.56) and 500 free (5:47.58) in tri-meet win over Howard/NJIT (12/6)...Recorded a pair of third place times in the 100 breast (1:14.72) and 200 breast (2:42.04) vs. Holy Cross (10/29).

BEFORE SIENA: Earned four letters competing in the breaststroke and individual medley events at Notre Dame de Sion...Missouri High School State qualifier in 2007 and 2008...USA Scholastic All-American as a junior...NISCA and Speedo All-Academic selection...Missouri All-State honorable mention as a junior and senior...Kansas City Star First Team All-Metro in the 100 breast her junior season...Volunteered for Operation Breakthrough, Food For Thought, St. Mary's Food Kitchen and Upper Room.

PERSONAL: Born February 21, 1990 in Kansas City, Mo....The daughter of Mark and Mary Schultz...Has a younger brother, Mark, and a younger sister Kathryn...Cousin Lauren Willis played basketball for the University of Oklahoma and cousin Eric Griffin played football for the University of Missouri...A biochemistry major who aspires to go to medical school...Chose Siena for the small, comfortable atmosphere with an opportunity to study in an excellent science program and have the chance to swim...Enjoys running, yoga and playing the piano in her spare time...Also recruited to swim for Loyola Marymount, Denison and Rhodes College.

KUETERMAN ON SCHULTZ: "As a senior and a captain, she will add a ton of experience to help this team. She'll be counted on in the breaststroke and IM events."

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