2015 Camps
Princeton M. Swimming & Diving BIO
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 Noam Altman-Kurosaki

At Princeton — 2015-16: capped his career with his best finish at Ivy Championships; placed 3rd in 3-meter final (324.55) to help Tigers rally past Harvard in the final session to win the Ivy title … placed 10th in the 1-meter final at Ivies … had Princeton's best score of the season on the 3-meter board (Ivies) … placed fourth in 3-meter event to help Princeton to first H-Y-P win since 2012. 2014-15: competed in diving events. 2013-14: posted Princeton’s third-best score on the 1-meter board (288.29) and fourth-best on the 3-meter board (292.05) during the season. 2012-13: finished 12th in the 1-meter event at the Ivy League Championships (282.20).

Before Princeton — won two sectional titles ... four-time Junior National qualifier ... placed seventh on 1-meter and 10th on 3-meter in 2009 ... holds Stuyvesant High records in both 6- and 11-dive events ... member of the Japanese National Honor Society ... co-president of the Stuyvesant Filmmaking Club.

Personal — born Sept. 2, 1994 ... son of Lloyd Altman and Naoko Kurosaki ... father is a senior executive at Accenture; mother is a housewife ... has three older siblings, Jonas, Linus and Hannah ... has a younger brother Mathias ... Jonas swam at Carnegie Mellon, Linus dives at Indiana and Hanna swims at Case Western ... undecided on what to study at Princeton, but interested in the Creative Writing Certificate Program.

Position: Diving
Year: Senior
Hometown: New York, N.Y.
High School: Stuyvesant
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