Tatiana Nwosu

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Grad Year: 2025

Position: Defender

School: Lamar HS

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Field Hockey

  • National Indoor Festival (2022 - U19 Houston Velocity)

  • Sunshine Showcase (2022 - U19 Houston Velocity)

  • National Indoor Tournament (2020 - U14 Texas Pride)

  • Festival (2019 - U14 Texas Pride)

  • Cal Cup Tournament 2019 (U12 Texas Pride White)

  • National Indoor Tournament 2019 (U12 Texas Pride White)

  • Texas Pride Indoor Classic (2019 – U12 Texas Pride White)

  • Forth Worth Fall Classic (2018 – U12 Texas Pride White)

  • Kinkaid Play Day (2018 - U12 Texas Pride White)

  • Lamar High School (2021 – Present) Most Valuable Player (2021)

  • Houston Velocity (2021 – Present)

  • Texas Pride Club (2018-2020)

Other Sports

Track & Field

  • Lamar High School (2022 – present) 

  • Premier Performance Track Club

    • All-American medalists as 8th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the 11-12 year girls division in high jump (July 2019)

    • All-American medalists as 4th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the 11-12 year girls division in shot put (July 2019)

    • All-American medalists as 7th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the 11-12 girls division in long jump (July 2019)

    • All-American medalists as 6th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the 9-10 year girls division in triathlon (July 2017)

    • All-American medalists as 5th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the 9-10 year girls division in high jump (July 2017)

    • All-American medalists as 6th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the 9-10 year girls division in shot put (July 2017)

    • All-American medalists as 5th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the Girls 8 & under division in shot put & 4x100 relay

    • All-American medalists as 8th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the Girls 8 & under division in long jump (July 2015)

    • All-American medalists as 5th nationwide for the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics in the Girls 8 & under division in shot put (July 2014)
       

Volleyball

  • (Middle) – Lanier Middle School, 7th & 8th Grade team (2019 & 2020)

  • (Outside Hitter) – Lamar High School (2021)

Academic Achievements

  • Lanier High School - Class of 2025 (GPA 4.63)

  • Lanier Middle School

    • National Junior Honor Society Inductee (2020-2021)​

    • Straight "A" Honor Roll Recognition (2018-2021) 

  • Lockhart Elementary

    • Received medal of recognition​ as the most outstanding female student in teacher's 5th grade class (May 2018)

    • Selected in the HISD Gifted & Talented Vanguard program (2017 – present)

    • Perfect Attendance Award (August 2012 - 2017)

    • Straight “A” Honor Roll Recognition – Academic School Year of 2013- 2018

    • Received a medal of recognition as the most outstanding female student in teacher’s 4th grade class  (May 2017)

    • National Elementary Honor Society Inductee (April 25, 2017)

    • Recipient of the Principal’s Award for recognition as an outstanding student in the 3rd grade (May 2016) 

    • Outstanding Academic Recognitions in the following subjects: Reading, Math, & Science (May 2015 & May 2016)  

    • 4th place overall for the HISD "Name That Book" competition with 5 other Lockhart Elementary students (March 27, 2015) 

    • Received medal of recognition as an outstanding student (May 2014)
       

Extracurricular Activities

Black Girls Code

  • Program to empower girls of colors ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, leaders in their communities, and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science and technology (2018-2020)
     

RoboCampHer

  • Summer camp designed for girls in grades 4-7 to develop interest in learning Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Robotics, and Computer Science. The camp is filled with exciting and innovative experiments that expose students to a new world of learning. (Summer of 2018)
     

Girls Scouts of America (2017-2020)

  • Summer program sponsored buy National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) designed to expose children to STEM fields along with group-based learning designed to maximize