|Hometown:||San Jose, Calif.|
|High School:||Leigh HS|
2013 (Senior): Tregoning cemented her place in Pacific history with a dominant season, starting all 19 games for the Tigers and tallying a team-leading 20 points (8 goals and four assists). Tregoning recorded goals in five straight games from September 29 to October 18, a stretch that included three NorPac games. She was named NorPac West Offensive Player of the Week following a two goal performance against division foe UC Davis on October 18, including the game winning goal that gave Pacific a crucial tournament seeding tiebreaker over the Aggies. Capped her career with a goal against Davidson in her final game at the NorPac Championships consolation game. In addition to a third straight selection to the All-NorPac West Division team, Tregoning was also named to the Longstreth/NFHCA All-West Region Second Team, the first time a Pacific player has earned that honor since Kedibone Leubane following the 2007 season.
2012 (Junior): For the second consecutive season, Tregoning was selected to the NorPac West Division All-Conference team. Tregoning led the Orange and Black with six assists, she also collected four goals, totaling 14 points. Tregoning had arguably the best game of her career in the season opening victory over Saint Louis. With the score tied against the Billikens and just over eight minutes remaining in regulation, Tregoning took over scoring back-to-back unanswered goals to propel Pacific to a 5-3 victory. Tregoning also add a score and two assists in the Tigers' 4-1 rout of Siena. She also added an assist in Pacific's upset of No. 22 Michigan State on the first of October.
2011 (Sophomore): Tregoning was selected to the NorPac West Division All-Conference team in 2011 after playing and starting in all of the Tigers contests. She added four shots on goal and one defensive save for Pacific. Tregoning was named the team's MVP for her outstanding play.
2010 (Freshman): Tregoning was the only freshman to start every game for the Tigers in 2010. She added two assists and four shots on goal. She also collected two defensive saves. She was selected to represent California in the Field Hockey Senior Women’s National Championship in Washington DC. The one week showcase included only the top field hockey athletes in the United States, including collegiate all-stars, current National Team members and members of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Team. It is the only only opportunity for athletes to gain selection to the National Team. Academically she was named to the NFHCA Division I Academic squad at the end of the year.
High School: Emily Tregoning graduated from Leigh High School in 2010. She helped lead the Longhorns to a league championship during the 2008-09 season. As a four-year varsity player, she amassed 54 goals and 22 assists. Tregoning was a First Team Blossom Valley Athletic League selection three times (2007-09) and was named MVP of the Santa Teresa Division in 2009, when she racked up a career-high 25 goals to go along with six assists. The Longhorns also named her team MVP. Tregoning was also a four-year varsity soccer defender, earning All-League First Team honors twice (2006-07 and 2009-10).
Personal: Emily Tregoning was born in Santa Clara, Calif. She is the daughter of Mike and Lori Tregoning. She has two brothers, Ryan and Mason. Tregoning is majoring in sport sciences with plans to become a physical therapist. Her hobbies include playing soccer and spending time with friends and family.