The Tigers had four swimmers and one diver qualify individually, while four more will swim only relays.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN): Earned first team All-America honors at the NCAA Championships as part of Mizzou's seventh-place 200 free relay team ... Also garnered second team All-America honors with the 12th-place 400 free relay team ... Part of Mizzou's 200 free relay squad that became the school's first relay to earn a Big 12 title at the Big 12 Championships ... Won the 100 free and finished third in the 50 free against Drury ... Placed first in the 50 free and came in second in the 100 free against Minnesota.
HIGH SCHOOL: One of three Canadian swimmers to join the Missouri program in 2011 ... An accomplished swimmer in both freestyle and backstroke, swimming short course meters for the Manta Swim Club in the 50 free (26.01), 100 free (55.67), 200 free (2:02.64), 100 back (1:02.77), and 200 back (2:14.51) ... Swam as a member of the 2010 Canadian North American Challenge Cup Team ... Attended Grant Park High School and swam for the Manta Swim Team.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Mike and Debbie Doucette ... Has a sister, Anna (19) and brother, Jake (14) ... Majoring in English.
Coach Rhodenbaugh: "Emily is the latest addition to the Tiger family. She is another young Canadian who will make a significant difference to our program from her first day on campus. At 16 years old she has already made the NCAA `B' standard in the 100 free and is one of Canada's rising stars."
Why did you choose Mizzou?
I came here for a recruiting trip and loved everything.
What is your favorite thing about the team so far?
My teammates - everyone is really supportive and accepting of one another.
Favorite food: Anything with Nutella or ice cream What's on your iPod: Mostly Eminem and Frank Sinatra Favorite sports star:Ryan Lochte Favorite movie: Lord of the Rings trilogy Quote to live by: "It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live." -Albus Dumbledore