|| Leann Toomey
California: Toomey produced Cal's fastest 100-yard butterfly (personal record 53.71) and swam the third leg of the Golden Bears' fastest 200-yard medley relay (1:39.09).
NCAA Championships Success
2006 All-American - 200-medley Relay (4th)
2005 All-American - 400-medley Relay (8th)
2006 Pac-10 Championships: fourth in 100-yard butterfly (53.85), 10th in 200 fly (2:00.99)
2005 Pac-10 Championships: seventh in 100-yard fly (54.57), 12th in 200 fly (2:02.55), 400 medley relay (third)
Cal All-Time Top-10: 100 fly (6th, 53.71)
2006 Summer USA National Championships: 17th in 100-meter fly (1:00.93)
2006 Janet Evans Invitational: eighth in 100-meter fly (1:03.59)
2004 U.S. Olympic Trials: 70th in 100-meter fly (1:04.31)
Member of 2003-04 and National Team
Member of 1999-00 Junior National Team
Undeclared major, interested in animation
Parents are Lisa and Robert Toomey
Born Sept. 11, 1985, in Newton, Mass.
Why I Chose Cal
"The reason I decided to come to Cal was for the amazing opportunities. In the two years I have been at Cal, I have been introduced to many new and exciting experiences that can only come from being connected to a world renowned university. No matter what you may be interested in, there will always be a professor or faculty member who has extensive knowledge of their fields. To be able to learn from some of the best in the world is a huge opportunity."
Best Cal Times
100 fly 53.71 (2006 Pac-10 Championships)
200 fly 2:00.99 (2006 Pac-10 Championships)
50 free 24.07 (2006 Pac-10 Championships)
100 free 53.47 (2006 Pac-10 Championships)