Emily Aikema
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Emily  Aikema

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Abbotsford, British Colombia

High School:
W.J. Mouat Secondary School '16

Height:
5-4

Position:
Attacker

Major:
Undeclared


06/07/2018

Hauss, Kutt and Portales named 2019 Captains

Virgil, Aikema, Kutt, Kohlmoos, and Portales each earned one of five end-of-season team awards

03/15/2018

No. 10 Aggies host first conference match

UC Davis welcomes No. 15 Long Beach State to the Schaal Aquatics Center

03/09/2018

No. 10 Aggies defeat Azusa Pacific, 18-3

The Aggies boosts their overall record to 15-7 for the 2018 season

02/25/2018

UC Davis concludes Santa Clara Invite with two wins

The Aggies scored game wins over both Sonoma State and the Redlands on the second day of the Santa Clara tournament

02/18/2018

No. 10 Aggies defeat No. 23 Bulldogs at Aggie ShootOut

Aggies got the first game win over No. 23 Fresno State, while losing their exhibition game against China's national team

W.J. MOUAT SECONDARY SCHOOL’16: Was a member of the Fraser Valley Waterpolo Cub for seven years, and awarded MVP in 2014, 2015, and 2016…She was also a member of Team Canada… During her time on Team Canada, she got a silver-medal in the 2015 Youth Pan Am Jamaica, and participated in the 2016 Youth World’s in New Zealand, as well as the 2017 Junior World’s in Greece, where she got an eight place finish.

PERSONAL: Born in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada… Has not decided on a major yet… Parents are Madeleine and Harley… She is the youngest of four, with two older sisters Sophie (26) and Michelle (21), and one older brother Jordan (20)… Her favorite facility she’s competed at was in Volos, Greece… Says the reason she chose UC Davis athletics was because this school has both great athletics and academics.