Women's Swimming & Diving

    Natalie Kalibat
    Natalie  Kalibat


    Princeton, N.J.

    High School:
    The Lewis School of Princeton





    No. 4 USC Wins First-Ever Pac-12 Title!

    All 21 swimmers and 6 divers score points to contribute to team championship


    Chenault Wins 500 Free Title, Trojans Take Slim Day 2 Lead At Pac-12s

    USC sends nine to A finals, builds momentum toward back half of meet.


    USC Wins Pac-12 Title In 800 Free Relay With NCAA-Leading Time

    Trojans shatter school record with big win to open championships.


    No. 7 USC Set For Battle At No. 19 UCLA

    Trojans look to extend win streak over rival to nine meets.


    Ishimatsu Wins 1M At Zones, Earns NCAA Berth

    Sophomore Squeaks Out Victory by half of a point.

    THIS SEASON: A talented all-around diver, 2016 senior Natalie Kalibat, a 2014 and 2015 Zone E platform finalist, provides strong scoring punch in dual meets and contributes in the postseason as well. She is looking for her first NCAA Championships appearance.

    2015: Kalibat remained a solid contributor to the Trojans' scoring efforts as a 2015 junior. She was a two-time finalist at the 2015 Zone E Championships, finishing 16th on 3-meter (563.85) and 17th on platform (435.50) ... At the Pac-12 Championships, she was 10th on platform (225.30), 11th on 3-meter (270.25) and 19th on 1-meter (257.10).

    2014: Kalibat competed at the 2014 NCAA Zone E and Pac-12 Championships as a 2014 sophomore .... She reached the platform final at the Zone E Championships, finishing ninth (461.65). She was 22nd on 3-meter and 54th on 1-meter ... At the Pac-12 Championships, Kalibat was 13th on 3-meter (270.50), 14th on platform (203.40) and 16th on 1-meter (261.75).

    2013: Kalibat competed on all three boards at the 2013 Pac-12 Championships, finishing 10th on platform (204.70), 11th on 1-meter (269.65) and 17th on 3-meter (238.20) ... She also competed at the 2013 Zone E Championships, highlighted by her 15th-place finish on platform (206.55).

    HIGH SCHOOL: Kalibat graduated from the Lewis School in Princeton, N.J. She won a national title on synchro platform with Ashley Buchter, finishing first at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials (though she did not compete at the Olympics because the U.S. had failed to earn a spot earlier in the year) ... She won 1-meter, 3-meter and platform AAU titles in 2012 ... She was seventh in the event at the 2012 U.S. Winter Nationals ... She was seventh on synchro platform at the 2011 U.S. Nationals and 10th on synchro 3-meter. She was a seven-time Junior National qualifier and a 2010 AAU national champion on 3-meter and platform. She was the Eastern Interscholastic Champion on 1-meter from 2009-2011 and was second in 2012 and was the 2011 and 2012 New Jersey state champion on 1-meter.

    CLUB: Blue Dolphin Diving/Jersey Rebels.

    PERSONAL: She was born on Oct. 16, 1993. She is a sociology major who has also worked in sports journalism on the broadcast side, covering a variety of sports.