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Emily Malpeso - Senior Focus - University of Miami in the Fall !

Congratulations to Emily Malpeso -  Emily will be entering college in August, at the University of Miami, where she is enrolled in the Miami Herbert Business School and plans to continue swimming competitively for the Miami Hurricanes Swim Club !

 

Emily Malpeso began her swim career at 10 ½ years old. She was 11 years old when she swam her first competitive swim meet. 

 

This was after many years of dance, gymnastics, soccer and track and field.

 

Emily continued to balance swim and track throughout junior high school where she consistently placed as a finalist at the Junior Olympics and won the Top Ten Metropolitan Swim Award for Breaststroke. She was also the recipient of several MVP awards at summer swim clubs. 

 

Emily was a triple winner at nearly every swim meet for Notre Dame Academy where she also ran track for her junior high school team. She placed 1st in  the CYO Javelin and the 4x200 relay race. She placed 2nd in the CYO 100 meter and 400 meter races. 

 

At the high school Varsity level, Emily earned the Catholic High School Swim Athletic Association (CHSSAA) Division A, All League Award. She was also a State Championship Division A Finalist in NJ. She placed 2nd for the High Point Champion at the Metro 15-18 age group Challenge while swimming for her team, the Wolverines, Westchester Aquatic Club, where she continues to train. 

 

Emily devoted her time to community outreach events from the age of 7 years old and throughout high school. She participated in many fundraisers, fashion shows, health fairs and implemented an internship at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds, where she currently works full time each summer as a swim instructor for special needs and children of all ages. 

 

Emily graduated St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School this year as a National Honor Society Student with Mastery in Mathematics and the Service Above Self Awards.  She was also a senior sister and peer tutor at her high school. 

 

We wish Emily the best of luck in her collegiate endeavors - congratulation to Emily and her family !

 

Swimmingly Carle