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  Nina Lisella
Nina Lisella

Player Profile
Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
Reading, Pa.

High School:
Reading Catholic

Position:
SPRINT/FLY

2013-2014: Finished fifth in the 100 fly against St. Bonaventure... At the Pittsburgh Invitational, she finished fifth in the 200 free relay, ninth in the 100 fly and tenth in the 200 butterfly...Finished third in the 100 butterfly at the Western Pa. Invite...Competed at the ECAC Championships where she was a part of the third place 200 free relay, finished third in the 200 medley relay, and helped the 400 freestyle relay to a first place finish.

2012-2013: Finished fourth in the 100 yard butterfly and swam in the 200 butterfly as well as the 200 medley relay against Virginia...Swam the 100 and 200 fly, 50 free and 200 Medley Relay at the Pitt Invitational...Led her group to a third place finish in the women's 200 yard medley relay while taking fifth in the 100 yard butterfly and sixth in the 200 fly against WVU...Aided in the fourth place finish of the 200 medley relay team while placing second in the 100 butterfly individually at the Western PA Invitational.

2011-2012: Qualified for the Big East Championship...competed in the 100 free and 200 fly in the conference meet.

2010-2011: Honored as the team's Most Improved Swimmer...qualified for a berth in the 100 fly during the ECAC ...qualified for the Big East Championship...posted a season-best in the 100 fly against West Virginia...won the 200 fly during the 2011 Senior Recognition Meet.

High School: A specialist in the butterfly events...qualified for sectionals...a consolation finalist at the Pennsylvania State Meet the past two seasons, finishing ninth both times.

Personal: Born October 5, 1992 to Mary Alice and Chrstian Lisella... Received high school varsity letters in track and field as a junior and senior...Lists personal role model as Eleanor Roosevelt due to her role in the struggle for women's rights... Also enjoys reading (lists Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness as her favorite book) and yoga.