Andree-Anne LeRoy
Andree-Anne LeRoy


Nanaimo, British Columbia

High School:
Nanaimo District Seconday

Last College:
Washington St.


Back, IM

2002-03:Broke three school records,won an ACC title and qualified for three events at the NCAA Champion- ships in her first year at FSU ...Top finish at the NCAA Cham- pionships was 27th in the 200-IM,followed by a 39th-place finish in the 400-IM and 46th-place mark in the 200-backstroke ...Broke the school record in the 200-IM with a NCAA A-cut time of 1:59.59 on her way to winning the con- ference title ...Set her second record (4:18.40)at the ACC meet with a third-place finish in the 400-IM ...Helped topple the 800 free relay mark with a third-place finish of 7:23.51 ...Also scored points with a 14th finish in the 200-back ... Named ACC Swimmer of the Week (Jan.6)after winning the 100 back,200 IM and 200 breast versus UNC- Wilmington and North Florida (Jan.4)...Won the 400-IM (4:19.52)and added a second-place finish in the 200 IM (2:01.90)and 200 back (2:01.06,second all-time at FSU) at the Georgia Invitational (Dec.6-8)...Scored four top ten finishes at the SMU Classic (Oct.25-26)...Won six individual events with 18 top-three finishes during dual meet action ...Took home a pair of blue ribbons -- 200 IM and 400 free relay -- at Miami ((Oct.12)...Beat everyone to the wall in the 200 back at Florida Atlantic (Oct.11)while taking the 100 back at Utah (Oct.23)...Member of ACC Academic Honor Roll.

AT WSU (2000-02):Competed in her first NCAA Championships in 2002,taking part in the 200 backstroke,200 individual medley and 400 IM ...Set the school record in the 100 back (56.24),200 back (1:59.64),200 IM (2:01.73) and 400 IM (4:21.67)...Other top times include a 100 free mark of 51.16 and a 1:51.27 in the 200 free ...Originally set the WSU 400 IM mark as a freshman with a time of 4:24.16 to finish 11th at the Pac-10 Championships ...Secured another record-setting performances as a rookie,taking down the 200 mark (2:05.53)in a 12th-place showing ...Member of the 400 free relay,which set a new school record and finished seventh at the conference meet ...Away from WSU competition she swam at the Canadian National Championships,finishing with top ten performances in the 100 back &200 back (seventh)and 200 IM (tenth).

HIGH SCHOOL:As a senior,finished seventh in the 200 individual medley,ninth in the 400 IM and 11th in the 100 back at the 2000 Canadian Spring Nationals ...Placed tenth in the 100 back and 200 IM at the Canadian Olympic Trials ...During her junior year she finished fifth in the 200 IM at the Summer Nationals,following a sixth-place finish in the event at the Spring Nationals ...Participated in the 1998 World Cub in Edmonton ...Qualified for the Canadian National Championships as a sophomore ...Also competed at the US Open in Indianapolis ...Member of the Canadian National Youth swim team during her freshman campaign ...Took part in the 1997 Canadian Summer Games team.

PERSONAL:Born February 23,1982 ...Majoring in psychology ...Daughter of Lucie Poirier and Jean-Pierre LeRoy.

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