Natalie Eyre Pickard Athlete Profile

Natalie Eyre Pickard

Positions: Vault, Beam, Bars Height: 5-5 Roster Years: 2008-2011 Hometown: Provo, UT


  • Daughter of Steven and Pixie Eyre
  • Has two brothers and two sisters
  • Has had three surgeries
  • Favorite event is beam
  • Hobbies are wakeboarding, waterskiing, wakesurfing, making movies and hanging out with friends
  • Favorite food is salmon and rice pilaf

Before BYU

  • Club Level 10 2008
  • Level 10 All-Around State Champion
  • Regional Qualifier for Levels eight, nine and 10
  • Third place on floor and ninth place in all-around at the 2008 Level 10 regional meet
  • Trained at High Point and then All American Gymnastics.


Career Highs:
Vault:   9.925 at Arizona         3/11/11
Beam:    9.875 vs Utah            2/26/10
Bars:    9.875 at Utah            3/18/11

2008 | Freshman Year

Competed in four meets for the Cougars before missing the rest of the season due to injury ... began the year at the Cancun Classic, leading the Cougars with a career-best 9.825 on the beam ... posted a 9.500 on vault and a 9.450 on beam against Oregon State ... scored a 9.625 on vault and a 9.575 on beam against San Jose State and UC Davis ... established a new career high on the vault at 9.850 and added a 9.150 on the beam at the Utah quad meet in what would be her final competition of the year.

2009 | Sophomore Year

Competed in every meet for the Cougars on vault, bars and beam ... scored a career-high 9.900 to lead BYU on vault against Boise State ... also scored a career-high 9.875 at Utah to lead the Cougars on bars ... led the team on vault three times and on bars twice ... in the final regional rankings of the season she ranked ninth in the region on vault with a regional qualifying score of 9.825.

2011 | Senior Year

Eyre Pickard competed in every meet for the Cougars ... qualified individually for the NCAA Regional Championships in Salt Lake City on vault and beam ... Natalie was a model of consistency with season-high scores of 9.875 on vault, uneven bars and balance beam ... was a team-captain.