AT SAN DIEGO STATE
2007-08: Touched the wall in a season-low 1:09.78 for a third-place finish in the 100 breaststroke vs. San Diego ... Ranked among the team's top five swimmers of the season in the 100 breast ... Established a personal record and the Aztecs' fourth-fastest time of the year in the 200 breast vs. USD (2:32.41) ... Competed in the 200 individual medley at Brigham Young.
2005-06: Competed one year at San Diego State before transferring to Mesa College ... Established the Aztecs' top time of the season in the 100 backstroke (1:06.84) ... Also swam the second leg on the 200 medley relay squad that posted the third-fastest mark of the season.
AT MESA COLLEGE
Swam for one year at Mesa College in San Diego ... Was a conference champion in the 50 breaststroke and earned All-America honors ... Was the top finisher for Mesa College at the state championships when she captured third place in the 50 breaststroke ... Named team co-MVP along with fellow Aztec newcomer Jeanette Islas.
Competed four years as a varsity swimmer at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego ... Was a city champion and junior national qualifier ... Four-time CIF finalist in the 100 breaststroke ... Helped lead the Falcons to a Western League championship ... Also named a scholastic All-American.
Emily E. Pool was born Aug. 22, 1987, in San Diego, Calif. ... Daughter of Robert and Susan Pool ... Hobbies include surfing and traveling ... Lists former Aztec Katie Smith as her favorite athlete ... Majoring in nursing at San Diego State.
100 Breaststroke -- 1:09.78
100 Backstroke -- 1:06.84
200 Breaststroke -- 2:32.41
200 Individual Medley -- 2:34.55