Manhattan Track & Field BIO
 Andrea Nyback
Andrea Nyback 669414

2013 Outdoors: Earned a place on the MAAC All-Academic Team…Notched a time of 15.24 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles at the ASU Invitational on March 22…Took second in the high jump (5’3¼), third in the long jump (18’3) and fourth in the javelin (113’11) at the MAAC Outdoor Championships on May 4.

2012-13 Indoors: Selected to the MAAC All-Academic Team…Won the long jump (18’3) and placed second in the 60 meter hurdles (9.1) at the Manhattan College Opener on Dec. 1…Named MAAC Performer of the Week on Dec. 18 after posting a ECAC-qualifying score of 3407 points in the pentathlon at the Brother Jasper Invitational on Dec. 14…Needing to post a time of 2:40 or better, ran the 800 meters, the final event, in 2:39.30 to reach the ECAC qualifying standard by seven points…Took fourth in the long jump (18’7¼) and fifth in the high jump (5’1) at the Metropolitan Indoor Championships on Jan. 24…Leaped 18’6 to capture the long jump competition at the Draddy Invitational on Feb. 9…Earned a pair of silver medals (high jump-5’5, long jump-18’10) to go along with a fifth-place showing in the 60 hurdles (9.04) at the MAAC Indoor Championships on Feb. 15…Became first Manhattan woman since 2007 to win an individual title at the ECAC Indoor Championships (March 1), breaking her own school record with 3773 points to secure the gold medal in the pentathlon…Also competed in the long jump at the ECAC Championships, placing 10th with a mark of 18’2½.

2012 Outdoors: Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team…Opened the season by posting times of 14.77 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles and 26.33 seconds in the 200 meters at the Baldy Castillo Invitational on March 16…Took second in the 100 hurdles (14.69) and third in the long jump (18’2¼) at the Roadrunner Invitational on April 7…Broke own school record in the heptathlon at the Metropolitan Outdoor Championships on April 13, scoring 4886 points to earn MAAC Performer of the Week honors…Contributed team points in four different events at the MAAC Outdoor Championships (May 5), finishing second in the high jump (5’5), long jump (18’1) and javelin (108’4), and fifth in the 100 hurdles (15.21).

2011-12 Indoors: Earned a place on the MAAC All-Academic Team…Placed first in the long jump (18’8) and 60 meter hurdles (9.04), and fourth in the shot put (35’1¾) at the Manhattan College Opener on Dec. 1…Named MAAC Performer of the Week on Jan. 31 after scoring 3709 points to win the pentathlon at the Metropolitan Indoor Championships (Jan. 26)…Took first in the long jump (18’5) while also placing second in the high jump (5’3) and 60 meters (7.8) at the Manhattan College Invitational on Feb. 8…Finished seventh in the 60 hurdles (9.08) at the Millrose Games Collegiate Invitational on Feb. 11…Shared Most Outstanding Performer for Field Events honors at the MAAC Indoor Championships (Feb. 17) after finishing first in the high jump (5’7), third in the 60 hurdles (8.98), fourth in the long jump (17’9½) and eighth in the 60 (8.09)…Won the bronze medal in the pentathlon with a score of 3566 points at the ECAC Indoor Championships (March 3).

2011 Outdoors: Selected to the MAAC All-Academic Team…Finished seventh in the javelin (106’4) and eighth in the long jump (18’5¼) at the season-opening Baldy Castillo Invitational on March 18…Took fourth in the long jump with a leap of 17’11½ at the FDU Track Classic on April 9…Named MAAC Performer of the Week on April 19 after setting a school record with 4856 points in the heptathlon at the Metropolitan Outdoor Championships (April 15)…Scored points in five different events at the MAAC Outdoor Championships on May 7, taking second in the javelin (112’6), third in the 100 meter hurdles (14.96) and high jump (5’5), seventh in the long jump (16’3¾) and eighth in the 100 meters (12.62).

2010-11 Indoors: Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team…Finished second in the long jump (18’8) and fourth in the high jump (5’1) at the Manhattan College Invitational on Feb. 9…Grabbed second place in both the long jump (18’10) and high jump (5’3) while also finishing ninth in the shot put (34’11) at the MAAC Indoor Championships on Feb. 18.

2010 Outdoors: Took fourth place in the javelin throw with a toss of 112’7 at the season-opening Baldy Castillo Invitational (March 19)…Placed second in the long jump (19’0¾) and seventh in the 100 meters (13.07) at the FDU Track Classic on April 10.

2009-10 Indoors: Finished first in the long jump (19’2) and took second in the shot put (36’6½) at the Manhattan Opener on Dec. 1…Set school record with 3717 points in the pentathlon at the Brother Jasper Invitational on Dec. 13, earning MAAC Performer of the Week honors…Won the pentathlon with 3701 points at the Metropolitan Indoor Championships (Jan. 29)…Broke school record in long jump with a mark of 19’9 at the Manhattan Invitational on Feb. 11, only to see Malin Marmbrandt take the record back a few minutes later…Contributed 39 points at the MAAC Indoor Championships on Feb. 19, winning the gold medal in the 55 meter hurdles (8.19) and high jump (5’5), while also taking second in the 55 meters (7.27) and long jump (18’8½), and finishing sixth in the shot put (36’0¼).

Before Manhattan: Finished second in the long jump at the Finnkampen (the annual Sweden-Finland dual meet) in 2007.

Personal: Daughter of Kenth and May-Len…Sister, Jonna, is a swimmer at Florida Atlantic…Majoring in psychology…Born on May 16, 1990.

Position: Multi
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
City/State: Koping, Sweden
High School: Tinguallagymnasiet
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