Women's Swimming

Tamara Sambrailo
Tamara Sambrailo


Radovljica, Slovenia

High School:




2007-08 (Jr.): Swam the 200 breast at Conference USA championships... Placed third in the 400 medley relay against Texas... Took second in the 200 medley relay against C-USA rival Houston... Swam the 100 and 200 breast and 200 medley relay against Texas A&M and Auburn... Finished seventh in the 100 breast and eighth in the 200 breast in the Art Adamson Invitational... Placed fourth in the 200 medley relay at the Art Adamson.

2006-07 (Jr.): Competed in breast events... Posted majority of top times at C-USA Championship... Holds the team's second season-best time in 200 breast... Helped guide SMU to second consecutive C-USA Championship crown and first-place finish at SMU Swim Classic... Named to All-C-USA 200 medley relay first team and 100 and 200 breast second team... Member of C-USA Champion 200 medley relay team which post season-best time... Placed fourth in 200 IM at C-USA Championships... Swam season-best time in 200 breast with third-place finish at C-USA Championships... Posted season-best time in 100 breast with third-place finish at C-USA Championships... Finished third in 100 breast and second in 200 breast against Texas A&M... Member of first-place 400 medley relay team against Georgia... Part of second-place 200 medley relay team at Art Adamson Invite... Finished second in 100 breast at Art Adamson... Notched third-place finish in 200 breast at Art Adamson Invite... Won the 100 breast against Rice... Participated in the European Short Course Championships.

2005-06 (So.): First best SMU time in 100 breast and second best in 200 breast and 200 IM... Participated in breast, fly and IM events... Led SMU to C-USA crown in inaugural season in the conference, seventh place finish at 2006 NCAA Championship and first place finish at SMU Classic Championship... Member of meet and pool record-breaking C-USA Champion 200 medley relay team... C-USA Champion in 100 breast... Set season-best time in 200 breast with first-place finish at Texas A&M Invite and also finished second in 200 IM... Participated in 200 Medley at 2006 Spring Championship... Fifth-place finish in 50 breast at FINA World Cup.


2004-05 (Fr.): Solid freshman campaign... Helped guide SMU to its ninth straight WAC Championship, seventh place finish at the 2005 NCAA Championship and fifth SMU Classic championship... Member of the All-American 200 and 400 medley relay teams... Second in the 200 breast at the WAC Championship... Second-best SMU time in the 100 breast... Third-best SMU time in the 200 IM... Participated in the FINA World Championship and European SC Championship... Swam in the World Swimming Championship during the summer of 2005.

Personal: Has three older brothers... Began swimming at age six... Hoping that her time at SMU will help her qualify for the Olympics in 2008...majoring in markets and culture.

100 Breast	1:01.83
200 Breast	2:12.90
100 Fly	1:00.75
200 IM	2:02.41
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