Swimming & Diving

 Emily Ridout
Emily  Ridout


Dunstable, England

High School:
Queensbury Upper School


Sprint Freestyle



UW Swimmers Open Season Saturday at Denver Relays

Will compete in event for ninth-consecutive year


Brown Squad Defeats Gold in Annual Dual

Meet was held in Cheyenne


Swimming and Diving Set to Host Brown and Gold

Annual Meet will be held in Cheyenne


Swimming and Diving Racks Up Scholar All-America Honors

The 10 honorees is the most under head coach Tom Johnson


Cowgirls Place 11 Individuals on All-MW Team for Second-Consecutive Season

Hartigan, Fay and Denny each added three honors to lead UW

Junior (2014-15): Ridout was nothing short of impressive during her junior season at Wyoming. She added a victory against Denver by winning the 50 freestyle with a time of 23.36. Ridout also won two events against Cal Poly, as she led UW in the 100 freestyle with a time of 52.40 and the 100 breaststroke at 1:04.41. Ridout again won two events in one dual, against UC Santa Barbara she won the 50 freestyle at 23.41 and the 100 freestyle with a time of 52.11. She was on the 400 medley relay team that broke the Corbett Pool record with a time of 3:47.53. She closed out the dual with Air Force as part of the 400 freestyle relay that won with a mark of 3:27.45. Against Border Wat rival Colorado State, Ridout came away with four wins. She was part of both relay teams that earned victories, the 200 medley relay with a time of 1:44.38 and the 200 freestyle team that won with a final time of 1:34.35. Ridout won two events against Mountain West rival New Mexico, as she brought home victories in the 50 and 100 freestyle with times of 23.60 and 52.93, respectively. She also was a part of the 200 freestyle team that won the event with a time of 1:35.80. At the MW Championships, Ridout finished fifth in the 100 breaststroke with a final time of 1:02.29, 13th in the 50 freestyle with a mark of 23.35, and 15th in the 100 freestyle with a time of 50.50. She was also a part of the 200 yard medley relay team that took fourth at the Championships. She also named to the All-MW team in the 100 breaststroke.

Sophomore (2013-14): Ridout was one of the Cowgirls most consistent sprinters during her sophomore season. She earned All-Mountain West honors in the 50 freestyle at the MW Championship finishing seventh in the event with a season-best time of 23.02. She also competed in the 100 freestyle at the MW Championship finishing 24th with a season-best mark of 51.17. Ridout also recorded a season-best in the 200 freestyle at the event with a time of 1:53.11. In duals against UNLV and Nevada She finished third in the 50 freestyle with a time of 23.86.

Freshman: (2012-13): As a freshman, Ridout established herself as one of the most versatile members on the team. She notched multiple first-place finishes in different meets throughout the year. She was a member of the All- Mountain West 200 freestyle relay team, she also proved herself individually. Against CSU, she placed first in the 50 freestyle with a time of 24.11, first in the 400 freestyle relay and second in the 100 freestyle with a time of 52.90. Against Air Force, Ridout helped the Cowgirls finish first in the 200 freestyle relay. Her best meet may have come against New Mexico, where she recorded three first-place finishes: 400 freestyle relay, 50 freestyle with a time of 24.09, 100 freesrtyle by a time of 52.89.

High School: Ridout is the first England native to join the Cowgirls. She joins the team from Dunstable and Queensbury Upper School. She is the 50-meter freestyle East Region record holder in the open age group. She was also a National Qualifier from 2008 to 2012 and swam in the Olympic Team trials in the 50 freestyle.

Personal: Ridout was born in Dunstable, England on Aug. 22, 1993. She is the daughter of Dave and Ania Ridout. Ridout has five siblings. She is majoring in psychology at UW.

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