Natalie Clickett is a 2006 graduate of Union City High School. During her time at Union City she was participated in swimming and track and field. She was also a member of the Girls Varsity Club and the National Honor Society.
Natalie was a successful swimmer during her time at Union City, but it was in track and field that she excelled the most. In 2003, she placed eighth in discus at the District 10 Championships. In 2004, she placed second in the shot at the District 10 Championships and was crowned the District 10 Champion in the discus. She then continued on to the PIAA State Championships where she had her best performance of the season and captured the Discus State Championship. In 2005, Natalie continued her dominance of District 10 by capturing the District 10 Championship in the shot put and placing second in the discus. She traveled to the PIAA State Championships and flipped the script by placing runner-up in the shot put and capturing her second consecutive State Championship in the discus. In 2006, placed second in the shot put and captured her second District 10 Championship in the Discus. Natalie then capped of her senior year at the PIAA Championships by placing runner-up in the shot put for the second consecutive year and capturing her third consecutive State Championship in the discus. She is one of only a handful of athletes that have the honor of being called a three time consecutive state champion in PIAA history. Her record throws of 44 feet 9 inches in the shot put and 153 feet 5 inches in the discus are school records that still stand to this day.
After high school, Natalie continued her track and field career at Rutgers University. While at Rutgers she was a four time Metropolitan Champion, 2007 Big East Champion, 2011 Big East Runner-Up, Team Captain, four time letter winner, Big East Indoor Athlete of the Week, three time NCAA Regional Qualifier, Rutgers University Track and Field MVP, and SAAC Freshman Student Athlete Advisory Committee Board Member. She graduated from Rutgers University in 2011 with a degree in Exercise Science and Sports Studies.
Natalie is currently the training store manager of South Florida and general manager for Lane Bryant stores in Orlando, FL. She also coaches track and field athletes in high school while being an ambassador of the Rutgers University Varsity R athletic program.