Emily Roy
Emily Roy
Height: 5-1
Year: 2020
Hometown: Sidney, Maine
High School: Messalonskee
Major: Nursing

GNAC Honor Roll: 1/21/2019

2018-19: In the opening meet against Colby-Sawyer on October 6th, she raced to a second place finish in the 200-IM (2:45.66) and third in the 50-Back (33.84) and 100-Fly (1:18.99)…won the 50-Back (33.53) and 100-Back (1:10.71) races and finished second in the 100-IM (1:14.08) on October 20th against Husson…on November 3rd against Elms she finished second in the 50-Back (33.35) and 200-Back (2:31.04)…she placed third in the 100-Fly on November 10th in a double-dual meet with Husson and UNE…was second in the 50-Fly (32.28) and third in the 100-Fly (1:15.92) with a top finish in the 100-IM (1:14.07) on November 17th against Regis…won the 50-Back (34.01) and 200-Back (2:33.14) and finished second in the 100-IM (1:14.35) against Husson on January 18th…she raced to a second place finish in the 50-Back (33.83) on January 28th in a double-dual meet with Western Connecticut and Western New England…at the GNAC Championship held from February 1st-3rd she raced to a 6th place finish in the 200-Back (2:23.31) and the 100-Back (1:08.36) as well as a 7th place finish in the 50-Back (32.26), good for a total of 38 points…won the 100-Fly (1:18.72) and finished as the runner-up in the 50-Back (33.45) against Gordon on February 9th…finished 19th in the 100-Back (1:06.81) and 23rd in the 200-Back (2:24.37) races at the NEISDA Championship February 21st-24th and was part of the quartet that finished 13th in the 400-Free relay (3:58.35), 14th in the 200-Free (1:48.71), 17th in the 400-Medley (4:38.07) and 18th in the 200-Medley (2:04.96) amassing 86 total points.

2017-18: The sophomore finished third in the 50-Back (33.18) and fifth in the 100-Back (1:10.35) and 200-IM (2:41.34) events on October 14th against Colby-Sawyer. She won the 50-Back (34.11) and 100-Back (1:11.54) events on October 21st in a double-dual against Husson and Maine Maritime. Was second in the 50-Meter Back (37.00) and 100-Meter Back (1:20.64) on November 4th against Elms. She placed third in the 50-Back (33.42) and 100-Back (1:11.10) in a double-dual on November 11th against Husson and UNE. Was the runner-up in the 100-Back (1:10.81) and placed third in the 200-Back (2:31.63) and 200-IM (2:42.74) on November 18th against Regis.  She tallied 38 points and broke the SJC 100-Back record and placed sixth in the event with a 1:06.57 performance, placed sixth in the 200-Back (2:22.54), and seventh in the 200-IM (2:29.43); she also broke her own team 200-Back record with a 2:22.16 prelim time on Saturday in the GNAC Championships on December 2nd and 3rd. She finished third in the 200-Back (2:30.66) on January 20th in a double-dual against Western New England and Simmons. placed second in the 500-Free (6:28.53) on February 4th against Gordon. In the NEISDA Championships from February 15th-18th she was 14th in the 200-Back finals with a 2:22.52 effort and broke her own team 100-Back record by one one-hundredths of a second with a 1:06.56 time in the preliminary round.

2016-17: Swam in thirty-one events as a freshman… she won the 50-Fly (33.14) and was the runner-up in the 50-Back (32.85) on October 29th against Husson… placed first in the 100-Back (1:10.96) and 50-Fly (32.79) and second in the 200-Back (2:36.03) and 200-Breast (2:59.75) on November 5th against Elms… won the 200-Back (2:31.23), finished as the runner-up in the 100-Back (1:10.08) in a double-dual against Husson and UNE on November 12th… she placed 2nd in the 100-IM (1:12.80) and 3rd in the 50-fly (32.67) on November 18th against Regis… swam in four finals at the GNAC Championship on December 3-4 and set a new program record with a fifth-place finish in the 200-Back (2:22.72) on Saturday – she also placed seventh in the 100-Back(1:07.39), ninth in the 400-IM (5:35.48), and 11th in the 200-IM (2:34.44)… placed 2nd in the 100-back (1:11.61) on February 4th in a double-dual against Gordon and Husson… advanced to the 200-Back finals and finished 16th with a 2:23.55 effort – she also tied the Monks' 100-Back record leading off the 400-Medley Relay, set a PR in 100-back with a time of 1:07.03 in the NEISDA Championship.

High School: Swam four years at Messalonskee High School for Sara Rushton…advanced to States three years...selected as a team captain her junior and senior years...swam 10 years at Mid-Maine Dolphins for Beth Prelgovisk and Steph Perkins and was chosen as a captain her senior year.

Personal: Emily Roy, born in Sidney Maine…daughter of Vicki and Paul Roy…majoring in Nursing.