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Erin Reilly
Position: Freestyle/Butterfly
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
High School: Rio Americano HS

California: One of the most decorated freestylers for the Golden Bears, Reilly enters her final season ranked among Cal's all-time top 10 times in eight events.

NCAA Success
• 2006 All-American - 200-yard freestyle (2nd, 1:44.63), 500 free (3rd, 4:41.84), 400-free relay (6th), 800-free relay (4th), 400-medley Relay (3rd)
• 2006 Honorable Mention All-American - 100 free (13th, 49.40)
• 2005 All-American - 800 free relay (5th)
• 2005 Honorable Mention All-American - 200 free (12th, 1:46.61)
• 2004 All-American - 800-meter free relay (1st)
• 2004 Honorable Mention All-American - 200-meter butterfly (12th, 2:11.98), 1500 free (14th, 16:12.96)

Cal Success
• 2006 Pac-10 Championships: first in 200-yard free (1:45.70), second in 500 free (4:42.31), sixth in 100 free (49.52); on 200-free relay (3rd), 400-free relay (2nd), 800-free relay (1st), 400-medley relay (2nd)
• Earned CSCAA Academic All-American in 2006
• Earned All-Academic Pac-10 honors in 2005 and 2006
• Named team MVP of 2005-06 season
• Two-time Pac-10 Swimmer of the Month in 2006
• Won team Scholastic Award for highest GPA for 2005-06
• 2005 Pac-10 Championships: seventh in 500-yard free (4:51.96), 11th in 100 fly (55.44); 800 free relay (1st)
• 2004 Pac-10 Championships: first in 800-yard free relay, third in 500 free (4:43.28), sixth in 1650 free (16:26.16), seventh in 200 fly (1:58.11)
• Cal All-Time Top 10 - 800-yard free relay (1st), 500 free (4th), 200 free (2nd), 1000 free (6th), 1650 free (7th), 200 fly (7th), 50 free (9th), 100 free (3rd)

National/International Success
• Named to the U.S team that will compete at the 2007 World University Games
• 2006 Summer National Championships: seventh in 200-meter free (2:00.46), ninth in 100 fly (59.81); 800-free relay (1st), 400-medley relay (1st)
• 2006 Janet Evans Invitational: first in 100 fly (1:00.10), second in 200 free (2:00.46), 17th in 100 free (56.92)
• 2005 Summer National Championships: seventh in 200-meter free (2:03.49), consolation finalist in 100 free (57.40) and 100 fly (1:01.60); 800-free relay (1st), 400-free relay (1st), 400-medley relay (2nd)
• 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials: 40th in 400-meter free (4:21.04), 50th in 200 free (2:05.55), 52nd in 100 fly (1:03.24)
• 2004 Summer USA National Championships: fourth in 200-meter free (2:02.29)

Personal
• Mass Communications major
• Parents are Mary Jane and John Reilly
• 11-time high school All-American
• Sister Brenda swam at Notre Dame and uncle Jim played rugby for the Irish
• Born on May 2, 1985, in Danbury, Conn.

Why I Chose Cal
"Berkeley was never a place that I considered coming to until after I met Teri and the team. After spending one weekend immersed in the team environment, I knew I fit in right away and didn't want to be a part of any other program in the country. The team dynamic, combined with Teri's coaching philosophy, is what immediately drew me into Cal."

Best Cal Times
• 50 free 23.06 (2006 Pac-10 Championships)
• 100 free 49.21 (2006 Pac-10 Championships)
• 200 free 1:44.63 (2006 NCAA Championships)
• 500 free 4:41.51 (2006 NCAA Championships)
• 100 fly 54.52 (2005 Georgia Invitational)
• 200 fly 1:58.11 (2004 Pac-10 Championships)

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