Emily Armstrong

Player profile

  • Year Sophomore
  • Hometown Toronto, Ontario
  • Major Psychology

Career Honors

  • USAAS All-American (2022)
  • 2022 National Champion – trio, A figures, overall institution
  • OSU Scholar-Athlete (2022)

2021-22 (Freshman Season)

  • Individual High Point Award winner at the 2022 U.S. Collegiate National Championship
  • National champion in the trio and team routine and A figures
  •  Earned three wins in trio and one in duo during the regular season


  • Member of Team Canada’s 2020 Olympic team that finished sixth in the team competition
  • Trained with AREA Synchro from 2014-15 and RTC-Ontario from 2015-18 for Jennifer Koptie
  • Earned the 13-15 National Duet Championship in 2015
  • Attended the 2016 Junior Worlds for Canada as a apart of the team and duet routines
  • Won the 2017 Junior Solo National Championship and earned a championship with the Senior National Team
  • Earned the national championship at the junior and senior level and attended Junior Worlds to compete in the solo, duet and team routines
  • Took gold at the 2019 Pan American Games to qualify for the 2020 Olympics


  • Daughter of Jeff and Shari Armstrong
  • Has three siblings, Amy, Josh and Tyler
  • Hobbies include spending time with family and friends, playing with her dogs, shopping and reading
  • Served as Canadian Artistic Swimming’s athlete representative on the athletes council
  • Majoring in psychology