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Purdue to be represented in Omaha by seven current swimmers, nine alumni
News and notes on Purdue Athletics
Boilermakers recognized for 3.5 GPAs along with athletic accomplishments
Senior All-Americans closed out their careers on high notes this year
Purdue men and women host the Indiana Intercollegiates at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center
Purdue Women's Swimming & Diving 2014-15 team photos
Purdue Swimming & Diving hosts the 2012 Indiana Intercollegiates at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center.
The Boilermakers take their team photos.
Emily Fogle Photo Gallery, 2011-2012
Purdue Personal Preferences
Favorite Pro Team: United States Women's National Soccer Team
Favorite Athlete: Ronda Rousey
Swimmer She'd Most Like to Race Against: Jamie Bissett
Favorite Marquee Event: NCAA's
Favorite Aquatic Center (Other Than Purdue): University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
People She'd Like to Have Dinner With: Her parents
In Her MP3 Player: BANKS
Last Concert She Attended: MGMT
Favorite Actor & Actress: George Clooney & Kristen Wiig
Favorite Author: Cheryl Strayed
Favorite Month: December
Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving
Favorite Meal: Chili
Favorite Dessert: Strawberry rhubarb pie
Another Sport She Enjoys Playing: Boxing, water polo
Favorite Outdoor Activities: Biking
Favorite Purdue Building: Wiley Dining Hall
Favorite Big City: Chicago
Unique Travel Locale: Paris, France
Country She'd Like to Visit: Brazil
Favorite Meet at Purdue: 2011 Dual vs. IU
Favorite Thing About the Boilermaker Aquatic Center: The swimmers and coaches
Enjoyed this Professor's Class: Cheryl Cooky, WGSS
Other Hobbies/Interests: Playing the Violin, Baking, Cooking
2015-16: All-America (100 Breast)... Honorable Mention All-America (200 Breast)... Purdue Female Athlete of the Year... CWSA Honda Inspiration Award... NCAA Championships Qualifier (100 & 200 Breast)... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar... CSCAA Scholar All-America... Academic All-Big Ten... Thomas A. Brady, MD Comeback Scholarship Award... Haier Achievement Award... U.S. Olympic Team Trials Qualifier... Big Ten Swimmer of the Week (Nov. 25)... Fogle competed primarily in the breaststroke events… qualified for the NCAA Championships for the fourth time as an individual, finishing eighth in the 100 breast to become Purdue’s first female swimmer to earn full-fledged All-American honors since 2010… also finishing 14th in the 200 breast for Honorable Mention All-America accolades… became the first swimmer to be the Purdue Female Athlete of the Year since 1994… finished 31st (of 123) in the 100 breast for her top showing at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials… broke her own program records again in the 100 (58.88) and 200 breast (2:07.30) at the Purdue Invitational… also finished her career as the record holder in the 200 IM (1:58.94) and both medley relays… also eclipsed the pool record in the 200 breast at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center, a mark that had stood since it was a national-championship winning time at the 2010 NCAA Championships… finished third in the A final of both breaststroke events at the NCAA Championships to account for 54 team points, good for third on the team… also swam on both medley relays and the 400 free relay at Big Tens, helping Purdue set another new record in the 400 medley… ranked second on the team with nine individual event victories while also contributing to five relay winners… named Big Ten Swimmer of the Week after sweeping the breaststroke events and helping Purdue win the 400 medley relay at the Purdue Invite… swept the breaststroke events in both triple dual meets of the season… won the 200 IM at the Indiana Intercollegiates… finished her career as part of the four fastest teams in program history in both the 200 and 400 medley relays.
2014-15: N4A Wilma Rudolph Student-Athlete Achievement Award... NCAA Championships Qualifier (100 & 200 Breast)... Fogle competed in the breaststroke events, returning to the active roster after missing most of the previous two seasons due to injuries and other personal obstacles... granted a medical hardship waiver by the NCAA and a sixth year of eligibility... co-winner of the team's whatever it takes award... Tom Reiter commitment to excellence award winner... qualified for the NCAA Championships for the third time and first since 2012... swam the breaststroke leg on the school-record setting 200 medley relay team at the Big Ten Championships, marking the third time she has been part of a new Purdue record in that event... continues to hold Purdue records in the 100 (59.34) and 200 breaststroke (2:08.28) as well as the 200 IM (1:58.94)... became the fifth Purdue student-athlete to be honored with the N4A Wilma Rudolph Award, which recognized her ability to overcome great personal and emotional odds on her recovery from multiple hip surgeries... accounted for Purdue's season-best times in the 100 (1:01.19) and 200 breaststroke (2:10.26)... posted her 100 breast time while winning the event at the Ohio State Invitational, where she also won the 200 breast to help Purdue win the meet... also helped Purdue sweep the 200 and 400 medley relays at the Ohio State Invitational... qualified for the A final of both breaststroke events at the Big Ten Championships, accounting for 26 team points and posting her season-best time in the 200 breast while finishing fourth in the event... finished 39th (200) and 41st (100) in the breaststroke prelims at NCAAs... will enter her final season having accounted for 102 team points at the Big Ten Championships, tops among active Boilermakers... also swan on the 400 medley relay team at Big Tens... accounted for four individual event victories and contributed to seven relay winners over the course of the season... won the 100 breast in the season-opening dual meet vs. Miami (Ohio) and the 50 breast in the dual win vs. Michigan State.
2013-14: Did not see action during the college season while continuing to recover from hip surgery in December 2012... returned to action in June 2014 for a club meet, her first competitive meet since the Purdue Invitational in November 2012... co-winner of the Tom Reiter Commitment to Excellence award... expected to apply for a hardship waiver for a sixth year of eligibility, making her a junior during 2014-15 campaign.
2012-13: Fogle was Purdue's top performer in the breaststroke events again... after breaking the program record in the 100 breast at the Purdue Invitational in November, she was sidelined for the remainder of the season due to hip surgery... granted a medical redshirt to return as a junior for 2013-14... won heat three of the 100 breast in the preliminaries of the Purdue Invite with an NCAA Automatic qualifying time of 59.34... it would have been her third straight trip to the NCAA Championships... eclipsed her program record of 59.53 from the 2012 Big Ten Championship... opted not to swim in the 100 breast in the evening finals at the Purdue Invitational but did help the 200 medley relay team win the event to begin the night with an impressive 50 breast split of 27.34... was part of four other victorious medley relay teams over the first month of the season... her season-best time in the 200 breast (2:17.54) from the Notre Dame dual ended up ranking fourth fastest on the team in 2012-13... continues to hold the program record in the 200 breast (2:08.28) from 2012... swept the breaststroke events in the season-opening dual win against Miami (Ohio)... also won the 100 breast in the dual win at Northwestern.
2011-12: Honorable Mention All-American (100 & 200 Breast)... NCAA Championships Qualifier (100 & 200 Breast)... Second Team All-Big Ten... Fogle competed primarily in the breaststroke events and 200 IM... U.S. Olympic Team Trials qualifier in the 100 and 200 breast, placing 28th in the 100 breast for Purdue's top individual finish at the meet... won the consolation final of the 200 breast (2:08.28) at the NCAA Championships, breaking the program record in the event for the fifth time in the process... also set new records in the 100 breast (59.53) and 200 IM (1:58.94) at Big Tens... her finals time in the 200 breast at the NCAA Championships ranked as the fourth fastest at the national championship that night... accounted for 14 team points after also placing fourth in the consolation final of the 100 breast at NCAAs... honored as the team MVP... swam the breaststroke leg on Purdue's program record-setting 200 and 400 medley relay teams at the Big Ten Championships... ranked second on the team with 13 individual victories... earned All-Big Ten honors after qualifying for the A final of the 100 and 200 breast and 200 IM at the Big Ten Championships... accounted for 48 team points at Big Tens, highlighted by a runner-up finish in the 200 breast... also placed third in the 100 breast and fourth in the 200 IM... was one of four swimmers to finish the 100 breast in under one minute in the A final at Big Tens, eclipsing Purdue's longest-standing active program record in the process (since 2003)... was part of a new Purdue record on all four days of the Big Ten meet... has now lowered the 200 breast record by more than seven seconds... swept the breaststroke events at the Ohio State Invitational... also placed sixth in the 200 IM at Ohio State to account for 53 team points at the three-day invitational... swept the breaststroke events in dual meet wins at Iowa and versus Miami... captured the 100 breast in duals against Notre Dame and Northwestern... won the 400 IM in the dual meet victory against Michigan State... along with her new overall Purdue records, also continues to hold program freshman records in the 100 and 200 breast from 2011.
2010-11: 800 Free Relay Honorable Mention All-American... NCAA Championships Qualifier... Fogle competed in eight different individual events but saw her most action in the 100 and 200 breast and the 200 IM... broke the school record in the 200 breast twice, eclipsing the previous record by more than five seconds with a time of 2:10.57 at the Big Ten Championships... also posted a new Purdue freshman record in the 100 breast (1:00.54) at Big Tens... swam the breaststroke leg on both school-record setting medley relays at the Big Ten Championships... individually, scored team points with fifth-place finishes in the A final of both the 100 and 200 breast at Big Tens... competed in the 100 and 200 breast and with the 800 free relay team at the NCAA Championships... finished 30th overall in the prelims of the 100 breast, the third best individual finish among Purdue's eight NCAA-qualifying swimmers... her season-best times in the 200 (2:03.12, 2nd) and 400 IM (4:27.94, 3rd) ranked among the top five on the team in 2010-11... posted her 200 IM time at the Big Ten Championships and 400 IM time at the SMU Classic... swam the breaststroke leg on each of the three fastest 200 medley relay teams and each of the five fastest 400 medley relay teams... qualified for the C final of the 100 breast at the USA Swimming National Championships in August... swept the breast stroke events in the dual meet win against Indiana and at the five-team Florida Atlantic Invitational... initially broke the school record in the 200 breast with a third-place finish at the Purdue Invitational... won the 200 breast in the dual meet victories at Michigan State and Northwestern... swam on medley relay winners in duals against Indiana, Michigan State and Eastern Michigan as well as the FAU Invite... was among the eight swimmers selected to travel to Dallas for the SMU Classic in October, placing third in the A final of the 100 breast... also competed in the 50, 100 and 200 free and 100 back at various meets during the season... won the team's co-most improved award... recognized as a Durham Brothers Leadership Award recipient at the 2011 Boilers Back in Action event.
Before Purdue: Four-year varsity letter-winner... also played two years of varsity of water polo... four-time All-American (2010: 100 breast, 200 IM and 200 free relay; 2009: 100 breast, 200 free relay and 200 medley relay; 2008: 50 free, 100 breast, 200 medley relay and 200 free relay; 2007: 100 breast and 200 medley relay)... two-time IHSA state champion in the 100 breast as an upperclassman...four-time all-state performer... Barrington placed second at the 2007 IHSA state meet.
Personal: Full name is Emily Elizabeth Fogle... born in Barrington, Ill.... parents are David and Susan Fogle... family also includes sister Sara, who is on the swim team at the University of Vermont... majoring in Human Services.