En Tien Huang
Numerous Best Times, Individual Honors
Will Not Compete at NCAA's
Two Days Left
Zone E Championships Wednesday
Will Swim Three Events
The team takes part in practice.
At Nevada: 2012-13 (Junior): Continued to be one of the Pack's strongest performers in her third season in Reno ... Won once, was All-Mountain West three times and added a bronze medal at the Mountain West Championships ... Took the title in the three-meter dive at 339.30, one spot ahead of teammate Stephanie Hansen ... Finished third in the platform dive at 252.63 ... Also earned all-conference honors by finishing eighth in the one-meter in addition to her medals ... Battled injury at the Zone E Championships to finish out of the top-eight. 2011-12 (Sophomore)Was named the WAC Diver of the Year, earning the honor for the first time in her career ... Nevada's first diver of the year since Kate Oines in 2002 ... After a trip to the Wildcat Diving Invitational in November, Huang held the highest mark in the conference in each of the three diving disciplines (1-meter, 3-meter and platform) ... Was Nevada's highest scoring diver in each of the Wolf Pack's events in 2011-12 ... Finished ninth at the Zone-E Diving Championships with a score of 488.95, one spot out of an NCAA qualifying position ... Was the first alternate for the national competition. 2010-11 (Freshman): Three-time WAC Diver of the Week ... Recorded a top-three finish on both boards in each of Nevada's dual meets, including a team-high eight event wins ... Swept both boards on three occasions ... Led the Wolf Pack at the Wildcat Diving Invitational where she faced competition from No. 1 Stanford, No. 6 Southern California, No. 7 Arizona, No. 16 Wisconsin and No. 23 San Diego State, finishing ninth on the 1-meter (282.95), third on the 3-meter (298.65) and 11th on the platform (193.80) ... Claimed second on the 3-meter (309.60) and platform (219.60) and fifth on the 1-meter (264.05) to lead Nevada at the WAC Championships ... Posted a personal-best 306.60 on the 1-meter against No. 4 Cal to finish first in the event ... Her 350.10 on the 3-meter at the Wolf Pack's annual Blue vs. Silver Intersquad Meet was a personal-best.
High School: Graduated from Jhong Jheng High School in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan in 2010 ... Competed for the Taiwan Diving Club under the direction of Mei-Ling Yang.
Getting Acquainted: Daughter of Hui-Wen Huang ... Enjoys reading, watching movies and spending time with friends in her spare time ... Also recruited by Louisville.