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WSU Women's Swimming BIO
Emma Elhoff
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Emma Elhoff 1741698
Position: Freestyle
Year: Junior
Hometown: Bloomington, Ill.
High School: University High School
Experience: 2 Letters


Junior (2015-16) – Clocked the tenth-fastest time in school history in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:55.52 at the Ohio State Invitational…earned a personal record of 1:53.65 in the 200 freestyle during the preliminaries at the Pac-12 Championships…swam a season-best time of 10:28.30 in the 1000 freestyle with a fourth place finish against San Diego State and the University of New Mexico…claimed another season-best time in the 1650 freestyle at the OSU Invite with a time of 17:07.38, about two seconds away from her personal record.

Sophomore (2014-15) – At the Pac-12 Championships, swam a career-best time in the 1650 free…at the 1000-yard mark, clocked a time of 10:18.10, the ninth-fastest time in WSU history…maintained pace to finish the race in 17:05.07, also ninth in Cougar history…in the 200 free, swam a time of 1:55.62, her fastest of the season…at the Hawkeye Invitational, swam a season-best time of 5:02.75 in the 500 free.

Freshman (2013-14) – Earned third place at Stanford in collegiate debut…second in 1000 free and fourth in 500 free at California…six points at Idaho…contributed 13 points, including victory in 500 free, at Seattle…career bests in 500 free (5:01.89), 1000 free (10:23.80), 1650 free (17:18.05) and 200 fly (2:16.93) at Hawkeye Invitational…earned 10 points in two meets against UCLA…seven points at Oregon State…scored in 1650 free at Pac-12 Championships.


Earned four varsity letters under head coach Ryan Burroughs at University…team captain in 2011 and 2012 seasons…team placed first at sectionals in her freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons…qualified for state championships in the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay as a sophomore…as a junior, competed in the 200 medley relay and 200 freestyle relay at the state championships…was a finalist at the state championships in the 500 free…earned two sportsmanship awards and an MVP award on her team…competed in junior nationals with the Redbird Swim Club.


Born in Urbana, Ill… parents William and Virginia Elhoff…older brother Teddy…mother Virginia swam for Ball State and teaches fifth grade special education…father William is a nuclear consultant…hobbies include working outside, cooking, and reading…senior editor of her high school yearbook.

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