Nicole Tay
Nicole Tay
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Singapore
High School: Raffles Institution
Major: Biomedical engineering
Residential College: Berkeley

Personal Bests:

Vault: 9.175 (1/15/2011)

Bars: 9.775 (2/11/2012)

Beam: 9.65 (2/19/2011)

Floor: 9.65 (1/22/2012)

All-around: 36.75 (3/5/2011)

2014: Competed on the balance beam and bars…Finished fifth on the bars at the Icy Classic, scoring a 9.675…Posted a season-high 9.750 on the bars against Central Michigan, Rutgers, SCSU and Towson to finish ninth…Finished sixth on the bars at the ECAC championships, scoring a 9.700.

2013: Competed on the bars in every meet of the season for the Bulldogs … Eighth in the dual-meet against Penn with a 9.525 … Scored a season-best 9.650 to tie for 11th against Bridgeport, Brown and URI.

2012: Competed bars, beam and floor for Yale ... Scored a career-high 9.65 on floor at the opening meet of the season to place sixth on the event ... Placed second on bars with a career-high 9.775 at the Bulldog Invitational ... Placed fifth on bars against SCSU ... Scored a season-high 9.55 on beam against George Washington.

2011: Competed all four events for the Bulldogs in her freshman year … Placed second on bars and third all-around at Springfield … Scored her personal best of 9.175 on vault at Ithaca … Second on bars and beam at the home meet against SCSU … Placed seventh on beam at the Ivy Classic with a 9.625 … Fifth all-around at Rutgers with a 36.75 … Scored her season-high of 9.625 on floor at the ECAC Championships.

High School: Represented Singapore at the 2007 World Championships and the 2008 Pacific Rim Championships, where she finished 16th in the all-around competition … Competed for her home country at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in India.

Personal: Intended major is biomedical engineering … Why Yale?: “I chose Yale because I felt that Yale would give me the best college experience, allowing me to venture into different areas of my academics. In addition, I feel that Yale provides a good support for student athletes.”