2015 Camps
Princeton W. Swimming & Diving BIO
 Bryna Tsai

At Princeton — 2012-13: earned 10th-place finish in the 3-meter diving finals at the Ivy League Championships with 290.45 points; that total would have been third-best in the ‘A’ final. 2010-11: reached consolation finals in both the 1- and 3-meter competitions in helping Princeton win the 2011 Ivy League final … placed 11th in the 3-meter competition (261.75 points) and 16th in the 1-meter (222.50). 2009-10: earned All-America honors in platform diving at the 2010 NCAA Championships by scoring 240.15 points in the consolation final; became Princeton's first freshman to earn individual All-America honors since Alicia Aemisegger in 2007 and first freshman overall to win All-America honors since Meredith Monroe in 2008 … helped Princeton to its ninth Ivy League title in 11 years as a member of the Tiger diving group at the conference meet … reached the championship final in the 3-meter competition and placed sixth overall … placed 10th in the 1-meter competition … placed fourth in the 1-meter competition at the annual HYP meet.

Before Princeton — won both the 1- and 3-meter diving competitions at the 2009 Spring Region 9 championships ... placed sixth in platform at the 2008 Junior World Diving Championships in Aachen, Germany ... placed third in platform at the 2008 USA Diving Speedo Junior Nationals ... won the platform competition at the 2008 Summer Junior Zone E Championships ... placed second on platform at the 2008 USA Diving National Preliminary Zone D competition ... competed in the platform competition at the 2008 World Cup in Beijing, China ... valedictorian at Gorman High School.

Personal — born Sept. 26, 1992 ... daughter of Richard Tsai, M.D., and Marian Sulindro, M.D. ... both parents are doctors ... has an older sister Andrew and a younger sister Annmarie ... interested in science ... enjoys reading.

Position: Diving
Year: Senior
City/State: San Marino, Calif.
High School: Gorman Learning Center