Natalie Van Noy - Swimming - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Natalie Van Noy Season 2022-23

Class Graduate
Hometown Brentwood, Tenn.
High School Ravenwood
Major Child Studies

Career Honors
• 2022-23 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll
• 2021-22 first-team All-American (200 free relay, 200 medley relay)
• 2021-22 honorable mention All-American (100 fly)
• 2021-22 first-team CSCAA Scholar All-American
• 2021-22 honorable mention All-American (100 fly)

Career-Best Times
50 Free: 23.28 at NCAA Championships, 3.17.21
100 Free: 51.22 at NCAA Championships, 3.20.21
50 Fly: 25.87 vs. Arkansas/Little Rock, 1.28.23
100 Fly: 54.59 at NCAA Championships, 3.10.22

Commodore Record Watch
• Stands sixth on Vandy’s all-time performer list in the 50 fly

As a Graduate Student (2022-23)
• Posted season-low times in the 50 (23.81) and 100 (53.15) free at the SEC Championships (Feb. 14-18), competing in the 100 fly (57.34) also
• Tied for first in the C Final of the 50 free (23.86) and also advanced to the B Final of the 100 fly (56.51)—recording her best time of the season in both events­—at the Gamecock Invitational (Nov. 16-17)
• Touched the wall fifth with a career-best time in the 50 fly against Arkansas and Little Rock (Jan. 28), competing in the 100 free (56.87) as well
• Recorded 55.23 mark in the 100 free in Vandy’s win over North Florida and Georgia Southern (Oct. 15)
• Raced in the 50 free (25.08) and 100 fly (1:00.47) in her Commodore debut at LSU (Sept. 23)

As a Senior at Queens (2021-22)
• Helped the Royals place third in the 200 medley relay and fourth in the 200 free relay at the NCAA Division II Championships on their way to the team title
• Finished 11th in the B Final of the 100 fly at the NCAA Championships after posting a career-best mark of 54.59
• In addition to helping QU win both the 200 free and 200 medley relays, finished fourth in the 100 fly and was sixth in the 50 free to earn all-league honors in each avent at the Bluegrass Mountain Conference Championships

As a Junior at Queens (2020-21)
• Posted career-best times of 23.28 in the 50 free — ending up sixth in the race ­— and 51.22 in the 100 free at the NCAA Championships
• Also helped the Royals’ 200 medley relay to victory and the 200 free relay to a runner-up finish at the national championships
• Was part of a Queens team that won the national championship
• Finished second in the 50 free, fourth in the 100 fly and seventh in the 100 free, contributing to wins in the 200 free and 200 medley relays as QU won the league title

As a Sophomore at Queens (2019-20)
• Reached the A Final in both the 50 free and 100 fly at the BMC Championships
• Helped the Royals to the conference championship, with the team ending the opening day of the NCAA Championships in first place before the event was canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic

As a Freshman at Queens (2018-19)
• Competed in nine meets her first season at the collegiate level
• Part of a Queens team that won both national and conference championships

The Van Noy File
• Pursuing a master’s degree in child studies
• Prepped at Ravenwood High while also competing for both the Ensworth and Excel Aquatics club team
• Posted a mark of 52.74 in the A Final of the 100 free at the state championship meet her senior season
• As a junior, was a finalist in both the 50 (23.94) and 100 free (53.13) at the state championships

Why Vanderbilt: “The moment I stepped on Vanderbilt’s campus, it immediately felt like home! I chose Vanderbilt because of their emphasis on academics as well as athletics, as they provide unique resources for their student-athletes to be successful in and out of the pool. Their team has created such a welcoming and motivating atmosphere in which they support one another to achieve their individual and team goals, which I fell in love with. In addition, Coach Jeremy and Chelsea were so easy to connect with during the recruitment process and sat down with me to discuss how they can best aid my journey throughout graduate school and my last year of swimming. Vanderbilt’s swimming program has grown extensively over the past few years and I am so excited to contribute to their legacy as well as build relationships with my new teammates. Anchor Down!”