Olivia Nielsen

Olivia  Nielsen

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Bellingham, Wash.

High School:
Squalicum HS

Height:
5-3

Event:
Butterfly/Backstroke

Experience:
1V


02/17/2018

Day Three in Books from Splash! Regional Aquatics Center

LMU sits sixth overall in the team standings with one day to go.

02/17/2018

Lions Finish Sixth at PCSC Championships

LMU placed sixth overall at the PCSC Championships.

11/19/2017

Lions Wrap Up Competition from A3 Performance Invitational

LMU completed competition from the three-day A3 Performance Invitational.

11/18/2017

Eichelberger Reaches A Final on Day Two

Alyce-Faye Eichelbeger swam in the A Final on day two of the A3 Invitational.

11/17/2017

Lions Qualify for Twelve Evening Finals on Day One at A3 Invitational

LMU completed the first day of competition from the A3 Performance Invitational on Thursday.

LMU
2016-17... swam her best times in the 50 Free (25.97) and 100 Fly (57.43) at PCSC Championships… recorded her best times in the 100 Back (1:00.62) and 200 Fly (2:09.79) at A3 Performance Invitational

HIGH SCHOOL
A 2016 graduate of Squalicum High School in Bellingham, Wash... two-year varsity letter winner swimming for Steve Gibb and Randy Elsner... served as team captain in her final season... garnered All-League and All-State recognition in her two varsity seasons before claiming All-CIF honors as a senior... finished her high school career with WIAA 2A District 1 100 butterfly record and the WIAA 2A state record in 200 medley relay... took home Most Outstanding Award as a freshman and senior... swam for the Whatcom County YMCA Dolphins and Bellingham Bay Swim Team...

PERSONAL
Olivia Nielsen... daughter of Vanessa Oliver and John Nielsen... mother was a gymnast at Western Washington and University of Washington, while father played football at Wenatchee Valley Community College... has one brother, Cole... chose LMU because nothing felt more right than walking around campus at LMU, the academics are phenomenal, coaches and athletes all had strong relationships, and the Jesuit philosophies of serving others radiated positive energy that she could not find at any other school.

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