At Princeton — 2015-16: dealt with injuries most of the season and did not compete during the Ivy League Championships or H-Y-P weekend. 2014-15: named the Ivy League Championships Diver of the Meet after sweeping both the 1- and 3-meter competitions; her 3-meter win helped Princeton stage a thrilling comeback in the final session to win its 22nd Ivy League title … made her NCAA Championships debut, where she competed in the 1- and 3-meter events, as well as the platform … did not lose to an Ivy League diver off either board the entire season … broke the Princeton 3-meter record with 342.70 points at the Brown Open; that record had stood for 16 years … recipient of The Jerry Horton Award for Women’s Most Valuable Swimmer or Diver. 2013-14: became Princeton’s first Ivy League diving champion since 2011 when she won the 3-meter competition at the Ivy Championships (312.65) … placed third in the 1-meter finals … became Princeton’s highest-scoring diver since Rachel Zambrowicz (2011) … recipient of the team’s Women’s Freshman Swimming and Diving Award.
At Garfield — qualified for the 2013 USD Senior National Zone Diving competition … qualified for Junior Nationals in both the 1- and 3-meter springboard and platform events … competed in both Junior Olympic and Senior Nationals … won the 2011 and 2012 Washington state championship … four-year state finalist … all-divisions state record holder (488.20 – 11 dives) … two-time All-America … National Merit Commended Scholar … AP Scholar with Distinction … recipient of Garfield’s “Against All Odds” award for student activism … managing editor of the student newspaper.
Personal — born Sept. 26, 1994 … daughter of Craig and Sylvia McLaughlin Chambers … father is a software engineer; mother is a homemaker … has a younger sister Addie … uncle Tom McLaughlin is a Princeton alum … enjoys hiking, traveling and scuba diving.