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Kylie Towbin
Kylie  Towbin


New Canaan, Conn.

High School:
New Canaan



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Virginia Career Bests
291.90 (4th all-time at UVA)
344.25 (4th all-time at UVA)
265.05 (2nd all-time at UVA)

• Competed in the NCAA Championships in the 3-meter dive (36th) and platform (26th)  
• Finished fifth in the platform dive, seventh in the 3-meter dive and seventh in the 1-meter dive at the ACC Championships 
• Placed second in the platform dive, 11th in the 3-meter dive and 17th in the 1-meter dive NCAA Zone A Championships 
• Won the 3-meter dive against Michigan and Penn State 
• Named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America Team 
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll 

• Became first Virginia female freshman diver to qualify for NCAA Championships
• Qualifed for NCAAs after finishing third on platform at NCAA Zone Diving Championships
• Placed 16th on 3-meter and 19th on platform at ACC Championships
• Finished second on 3-meter at ECAC Championships
• Won 3-meter against Michigan and Penn State
• Posted season-best marks on 3-meter (302.90) and platform (265.05) at Zones
• Notched season-best mark on 1-meter (269.25) against Richmond 


• Qualified for the USA Diving Junior National Championships in 2013 and 2014
• 2013 high school All-American
• Won 1-meter title and placed second on both 3-meter and platform at 2014 YMCA National Championships
• Connecticut state champion

• Daughter of Nancy and Scott Towbin
• Father, Scott, played Lacrosse for Clarkson University from 1985-89
• Has a younger sister, Hailey


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