Emily Breen
Emily Breen


Savannah, Ga.

High School:
H.V. Jenkins


Free, Back, Fly

2003-04: Competed at the 2004 US Olympic Trials in the 100-meter butterfly, taking 49th place with a time of 1:03.19...Earned her second All-America honors, taking home Honorable Mention accolades for her efforts in the Florida State relays at the NCAA Championships (March 18-20)...Collected All-America certificates as a member of the 200 (14th-place) and 400 (16th-place) freestyle quartets as well as the 200 (11th-place) and 400 (12th-place) medley relays...Also swam three individual events with her best finish coming in the 100 butterfly where she notched a time of 54.52 to place 20th...Member of all four of the Seminoles' ACC Championship relays at the conference meet (Feb. 18-21) with gold medals in the 200 and 400 free and 200 and 400 medley...Captured All-ACC honors in seven events --three individual, four relays...Her leadoff backstroke legs in the 200 (1:40.84) and 400 (3:41.93) medley quartets helped set new school records. 200 mark was also an ACC meet record...Notched a trio of top three individual finishes at the league meet...Reset her own school record with a second-place time of 55.48--the 46th-best time in the NCAA in 2003-04--in the 100 backstroke. Also placed second in the 100 free, swimming a time of 50.41 to place her fourth in school history and third in the ACC in 2004...Added a career-best tally of 54.15--the second fastest time in Seminole lore--during a third-place 100 fly swim at the league meet...Scored eight NCAA "B" cuts times during the season, including two of her last three races in the 100 free and 100 fly...Ranks in the top ten in school history in four different events...Swam in the finals of three events at the Texas A&M Fall Invitational (Nov. 21-23)...Named Most Improved Swimmer by the coaches at the annual team banquet...Notched ten victories during the dual meet season while never finishing any lower than third in her 13 races...Best dual meet of the season came against 16th-ranked Michigan (Nov. 7) as she posted two victories as well as a second-place swim... Commended for her work in the classroom as a member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2002-03: 2003 NCAA All-American...Competed in three relays and two individual events at her first NCAA Championships...Earned NCAA All-America honorable mention honors in the 200-freestyle relay following a 16th-place finish at the national meet (1:32.95)...Member of 400 free relay that finished 17th (3:20.76), while taking part in the 200 medley relay which placed 19th (1:42.82)...Competed in two individual events at the NCAA Championships, finishing 25th in the 100 butterfly with the thirdfastest time in school history (54.41) and 55th in the 100- freestyle...Earned three all-conference honors at the ACC meet...Top individual finish was a third-place showing in the 100 fly with a NCAA B-cut time of 55.03...Member of the winning 400 free relay...Captured her third All-ACC honor while taking part in the winning 200-free relay (1:31.91, NCAA B-cut) ...Came in sixth with a time of 50.84 in the 100 free at the conference championships...Won the consolation final of the 50 free (23.40), finishing ninth overall...Placed third in the 400-medley and fourth in the 200 medley relays...Took part in the winning 200 free relay, while finishing second in the 100 fly (54.80), 400 free relay and 800 free relay at the Georgia Invitational (Dec. 6-8)...Broke into the FSU all-time top ten with three other swims, placing third in the 50 free (23.39) and 100 back (56.61) and fourth in the 100 free (50.65)...Participant in the winning 200 and 400 free relays at the SMU Classic (Oct. 25-26) while finishing second in the 100 free and third in the 100 back...Won ten individual events and took part in 11 relay victories during the dual meet season...Came away with multiple victories during seven meets, including a pair of three-win competitions...Won the 100 free, 400 free relay and 400 medley relay against ACC opponents Georgia Tech (Nov. 2) and NC State (Jan. 10)...Picked up second ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2001-02: Shared Most Improved honors after a successful freshman campaign...Member of the winning 400 medley relay, while taking part in the second-place 200 medley...Posted an 11th-place 100-yard freestyle mark of 51.10 at the ACC Championships ... Scored a fourth-place finish as part of the 400 free relay at the Georgia Invitational, while adding a personal 11thplace mark in the 100 backstroke...Claimed stake to four individual first place finishes and two relay titles during the dual meet season...Scored a pair of victories in the 100 back and 100 free against UNC-Wilmington...Selected for ACC Academic Honor Roll.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four year member of the H.V. Jenkins swim team under the direction of Amy Woodall...Named team MVP for the 2000 season and recipient of the squad's sportsmanship award...Georgia All-Star and state meet qualifier all four years...Set the state 4A record on her way the state title in the 100 butterfly...Recognized as the 1999 Citgo Exemplary Athlete of the Year...Named 2001 H.V. Jenkins Female Academic Athlete of the Year...Swam for Jamey Myers on the Georgia Coastal Aquatic Team...Also a member of the cross country team her sophomore and junior seasons, earning Georgia Guardian All-City Athlete honors in both sports...Three-year member of the National Honor Society...Earned the Presidential Education Award her senior year.

PERSONAL: Born October 10, 1982...majoring in elementary education...daughter of John and Lorraine Breen.

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