Women's Swimming



Nicole Parmenter
Nicole  Parmenter

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Diego, Calif.

High School:
San Marcos

Height:
5-9

Event:
Back/Fly/Free


10/19/2013

Mustangs Finish Fifth At SMU Classic

SMU Earns Five Top-Three Finishes On Night Two

02/23/2013

SMU Men's Team Remains In First After Day Three of C-USA Championship

Record Setting 400-Yard Medley Relay

02/23/2013

SMU Women's Team Remains In Third After Day Three of C-USA Championship

Record Setting 400-Yard Medley Relay

01/16/2013

Mustangs Top Houston, North Texas

SMU competes in the Austin Grand Prix this weekend

10/06/2012

Mustangs Open The Season At The Razorback Relays

Mustangs host the SMU Classic Oct. 19-20 at Perkins Natatorium

Top Times
50 free - 23.35 - 2/19/2014
100 free - 51.35 - 2/21/2015
100 back - 56.54 - 11/21/2013
200 back - 2:08.44 - 10/19/2012
100 breast - 1:06.50 - 2/1/2014
100 fly - 55.68 - 2/20/2013
200 IM - 2:06.15 - 11/21/2013

Honors and Awards
All-American Athletic Conference Academic Honors (2014)
Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll (2013)


Prior to SMU:
Was the 2010 San Marcos Female Athlete of the Year... Won the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke CIF San Diego Section Division II title from 2008-10... Is the CIF San Diego Section and Division II record holder in the 100 backstroke (54.55) and 100-butterfly (54.79)... Swam for the North Coast Aquatics under coach Jeff Pease.

Personal: Anticipate sociology major, and law and legal reasoning minor... Chose SMU for the beautiful campus, phenomenal academics and athletics, and the friendly people... Enjoys going to the beach and going on hikes... Lists Natalie Coughlin as her favorite athlete... Parents are Scott and Betty Parmenter... Has one brother and one sister.

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