Daniel Cano
Daniel Cano
Height: 5-11
Weight: 143
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Madrid, Spain
High School: IES Ortega y Gasset
Position: Breats/IM

2013-14: Reached the finals in the 100- and 200-yd. breaststroke events at the 2014 CCSA Championships in Knoxville, Tenn. … Placed fifth in the 100-yd. discipline and seventh in the 200-yd. event… Set season-best times in the prelims of both events, clocking in at 56.74 in the 100-yd. event and 2:03.02 in the 200-yd. race… Also competed in the 100-yd. fly at the conference championships, setting a season-best in the prelims with a time of 51.95.

2012-13: After transferring to UMBC mid-year, he helped the Retrievers cap their second-ever undefeated dual meet season and then reclaimed their America East title… Earned two silver medals at the conference meet in Maine, placing second in the 100-yd. (56.60) and 200-yd. (2:01.52) breaststroke events… Recorded his top times in both events during the finals… Won his first career dual meet race by winning the 200-yd. breast in his first collegiate meet against Old Dominion on Jan. 12.

Background: Finished second at the 2011 World Cup of High Schools... Won his heat and finished second in the 200m breaststroke at the 2010 Comen Cup... Helped lead his team to a promotion to the 1st Division in Spain.

Personal: Son of Oliva Hueros and Pablo Cano... Has one younger brother, Pablo... Favorite professional team is Real Madrid... Majoring in engineering.