|Hometown:||San Clemente, Calif.|
|High School:||San Clemente|
Academic Notes: Majoring in history with a minor in photography...3.80 high school GPA...WAC All-Academic selection in 2013...Two-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.
2013-14 (Sophomore): Earned two All-WAC second team honors at WAC Championships...Competed on all three boards at the WAC Championships...Finished sixth on 3-meter with a career-best score of 274.95...Finished eighth on 1-meter with a score of 245.10...Advanced to the B final and finished 12th on platform with a career-best score of 180.15...Career-best score of 262.77 on 1-meter versus Grand Canyon...Finished 23rd and 30th on 1-meter and platform respectively at Air Force Diving Invitational...Finished 23rd and 27th on platform and 1-meter respectively at Wildcat Diving Invitational...Fourth-best scores on team on all three boards for the season.
2012-13 (Freshman): Competed on all three boards at the WAC Championships...Advanced to the B final and finished 11th on platform with a career best score of 176.40 after 16th best prelim score of 152.90...Advanced to the B final and finished 16th on 3-meter with a score of 227.40 after a prelim score of 219.25...Recorded a score of 189.40 on 1-meter...Career-high score of 239.03 on 1-meter versus Northern Colorado...Career-high score of 244.95 on 3-meter versus Colorado State...Fourth-best scores on team on 3-meter and platform and fifth-best score on 1-meter for the season.
High School: Four-year letterwinner and one-year team captain in diving at San Clemente HS...Made CIF State finals as a freshman and senior...Named team MVP in 2010...Also competed for Crown Valley Divers club and was named team MVP when the team won the AAU National Championship in 2011...Member of California Scholastic Federation.
Personal: Carlye Jean Townsend was born June 1, 1994 in Mission Viejo, Calif....Daughter of Craig and Debbi Townsend...Only child...Chose NAU due to its academics, diving program, location, and climate...Hobbies include drawing, photography, and watching boys lacrosse.