Nicole Przybyla Athlete Profile

Nicole Przybyla

Nicole Przybyla
Position: Diving Height: 5-5 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2006-2009 | 2010-2011 Hometown: Palo Alto, CA Last School: Palo Alto High School

Personal

Parents are Donald and Paige ... neuroscience major.

Before BYU

Diving league champion in 2005 and 2006 ... placed fifth and sixth at the Stanford CCS in 2005 and 2006, respectively ... placed 13th at the Stanford regionals in 2004 ... placed 10th at the Santa Clara regionals in 2006 ... All-American ... 2004 tennis league champion and CCS doubles champion in 2005 ... honor roll student at Palo Alto High School ... team captain junior and senior year ... MVP senior year ... also lettered in tennis and soccer.


Personal



Parents are Donald and Paige ... neuroscience major.



Before BYU



Diving league champion in 2005 and 2006 ... placed fifth and sixth at the Stanford CCS in 2005 and 2006, respectively ... placed 13th at the Stanford regionals in 2004 ... placed 10th at the Santa Clara regionals in 2006 ... All-American ... 2004 tennis league champion and CCS doubles champion in 2005 ... honor roll student at Palo Alto High School ... team captain junior and senior year ... MVP senior year ... also lettered in tennis and soccer.

2006-2007 | Freshman Year


Recorded season-best scores at the BYU Diving Invite in the 1-meter (224.75) and 3-meter (234.00) competitions ... placed seventh against Wyoming in the 1-meter (224.18) ... took seventh in the 3-meter (151.05) against Air Force.

2008-2009 | Junior Year


Competed in the last five dual meets of the season for the Cougars ... finished 11th on the 3-meter board at the Mountain West Conference Championships with a final score of 260.75, a season high ... finished 16th on the 1-meter board at MWCC with a preliminary score of 228.50 and a final score of 221.60 ... tallied her best score of the season on the 1-meter board against Stanford (249.525).

2010-2011 | Senior Year


Competed in 11 meets for the Cougars...at MWCC, she placed eighth in the platform with a score of 179.60, seventh in the consolation final of the 1-meter with a score of 222.50 and eight in the consol final of the 3-meter with a score of 202.05...recorded second place finishes in the 3-meter in meets against Air Force and Seattle with scores of 280.05 and 275.70...honored at the Y Awards for her service by being named the winner of the Floyd Johnson Service Award ... recipient of the Academic All-Conference award.