2015 Camps
Princeton W. Swimming & Diving BIO
 Rachel Zambrowicz

At Princeton — 2013-14: co-recipient of the Class of 1916 Cup, given to the top senior student-athlete at the annual PVC Banquet; her co-recipient was fellow diver Randi Brown … recipient of the Career High Point diver honor at the Ivy League Championships … placed 11th in the 3-meter final with 258.75 points. 2012-13: earned second-team All-Ivy League honors with runner-up finish in the Ivy League 1-meter diving finals (278.65) … placed sixth in the 3-meter finals with 276.65 points … earned Academic All-Ivy League honors. 2011-12: took fourth in the 1-meter competition at the Ivy League Championships (268.60) … finished sixth in the 3-meter competition (263.65) … placed fourth in the 1-meter event at H-Y-P. 2010-11: earned the 2011 Ivy League Championships Diver of the Meet honors in helping Princeton win the 2011 league title … won a thrilling 1-meter diving competition with 269.70 points; one point separated the top three spots … placed third in the 3-meter diving competition with 263.30 points; her 59 points was five points more than any other diver in the field scored … finished fifth in the 1-meter competition during H-Y-P weekend … won the 3-meter competition against Dartmouth.

Before Princeton — qualified for Spring Junior West Nationals in three-meter diving three times and one-meter once … qualified for Summer East Junior Championships in the one-meter, three-meter and platform competition; placed third in both the three-meter and platform competition … qualified on all three boards for 2007 Summer nationals … John Cooper High School valedictorian … top scholar in 10th and 11th grade … Cum Laude society member.

Personal — born May 22, 1992 … daughter of Brian and Brenda Zambrowicz … has an older sister Brittney … interested in science and math … enjoys snowboarding, cooking and tennis.

Position: Diving
Year: Senior
City/State: The Woodlands, Texas
High School: John Cooper School