Anna Dobben
Anna Dobben
Height: 6-2
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Flossmoor, IL
High School: Homewood-Flossmoor
Position: Free, Back
Major: English
Parents: Brian & Sharon

Career Best Times:

23.47 50 Free 3/21/2012 NCAA Championships
50.41 100 Free 3/20/2013 NCAA Championships
1:48.64 200 Free 3/20/2013 NCAA Championships
5:14.51 500 Free 11/12/2011 Emory Fall Invitational
54.84* 100 Back 3/20/2013 NCAA Championships
2:07.09 200 Back 1/19/2013 vs. SCAD

* Emory Record


2012 NCAA Champion 200 Free Relay
400 Free Relay
All-America 50 Free 6th
100 Free 3rd
100 Back 2nd
200 Free Relay 1st
400 Free Relay 1st
800 Free Relay 2nd
UAA Champion 100 Free
400 Free Relay
All-UAA 50 Free 2nd
100 Free 1st
100 Back 2nd
400 Free Relay 1st
CSCAA Scholar All-America
2013 NCAA Champion 200 Free Relay
400 Free Relay
All-America 100 Free 4th
200 Free 2nd
200 Free Relay 1st
400 Free Relay 1st
800 Free Relay 3rd
200 Medley Relay 2nd
All-America Honorable Mention 100 Back 9th
UAA Swimmer of the Year
UAA Champion 50 Free
100 Back
200 Free Relay
400 Free Relay
800 Free Relay
All-UAA 50 Free 1st
100 Free 2nd
100 Back 1st
200 Free Relay 1st
400 Free Relay 1st
800 Free Relay 1st
Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team
Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-District
CSCAA Scholar All-America

Prior to Emory:

Came to Emory from the University of Virginia, where she swam from 2009-11... Was named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll while at UVA... Recorded times of 23.34 seconds in the 50 free, 50.76 seconds in the 100 free and 55.39 in the 100 back her freshman year... Swam for the Homewood-Flossmoor team from 2005-09, serving as the team captain her senior year... Was named a Chicago Tribune Scholar Athlete in 2009... Four-time MVP recipient... Four-time Southside Suburb all-conference team... Four-time sectional team member and all-state selection... Coached by Tim Caldwell, Bill Magnuson and Gary DeGraff... Also played water polo in high school.


Born September 1, 1991... Her brother Joel swam for Emory as well.

Why she chose Emory:

"Emory had the best balance of swimming and athletics in Division III."