|Club||ROLAND McDONALD Dennis Taylor John Real||San Diego State Divers||San Diego||Ca|
|High School||Dustin Webster|
San Diego CIF 0 4th Place 2015
|Years diving||USA Diving||AAU|
2nd Place San Diego City Conference 2012
2015-6 UCSD Triton Diver
2016 NCAA Qualifier
2016 PCSC Championships 3rd 1m; 3rd 3m
2015 Diving Team Captain - Santana High School
Level 6 - rising 7 Gymnast through 8th grade
Lacrosse 5th 6th 7th 8th Grade - All Stars and First String
Coronado High School Sports Medicine Program Participant 2012
Proficient in Photography, Video Production, and Desktop Publishing.
I have 5 brothers and sisters. I am the 5th.
4.6 GPA interested in medical field, dental, anesthesiology
National Honor Society 2014
2014 Santana High School Homecoming Queen
Coronado High School MVP May 2012
2nd in San Diego City Conference with 3 months diving experience
Competed in JO Nationals July 27-8 2013 in San Antonio Tx. 20th on 3m, 39th on 1m.
Competed JO Nationals in Atlanta July 2014 20th on 3 meter (repeat!!!), 31st on 1m, 5m Tower
April 2013 - Set new Santana High School Diving Record with 245.3 for 6 dives after 20 year record held.
East County Valley Grossmont Valley League Diver of the Year 2013
East County Grossmont Valley League Champion 2013
CIF San Diego County Diving Championships 2012 12th place; 2013 10th place; 2014 5th place
2014 East County Valley League Champion 2014 393.5 11 dives
1st out of over 30 female divers
2014 San Diego County CIF Section 5th place out of 28 divers May 22, 2014 score 220.5
2014 East County Grossmont Valley League Diver of the Year
2014 MVP Santana High School Diving Team
2014 All County League First team
2014 San Diego Union Tribune Scholar Athlete with 4.5 GPA
This past 2014 high school season, I took the role as "captain" unofficially. The relationship my team has is extremely important to me, so I volunteered to organize team bonding, keep everyone in the loop with diving news, and even encourage and help my teammates get through difficult times this season (especially our freshman who were new to diving). It is a sincere pleasure of mine to help new divers discover a new passion for the sport. Besides being a leader on the pool deck, I have taken up a leadership role of a club on campus called Livin' It. This club teaches students on campus how to deal with real problems in their lives, whether it be dealing with a family break up or dealing with their stress. I go to weekly meetings to help plan the clubs and I also help lead a few of them. This club is truly a passion of mine; I love knowing that I am able to help my peers get through difficult patches in their lives.
Balancing school and sport is a challenge. I must admit I have pulled a few late nights this year but am always able to balance it out by taking advantage of my down time. I do not just 'pass time' - I spend time as wisely as I can because you cannot get it back. I have taken over the dining room as my office and always complete my school work before getting any where near my 'want to's'. I do Club diving June through November, then start up High School Season Feb. through May.
My mom was always helping out in our community - Girl Scout leader, PTA, Floral Association etc... Community service events have been a large part of my life. The Flower Show, the local Chili Cook-off, school carnivals, the annual Firehouse Burn Center dinner have all been constants in my volunteer career. I see how many people it takes to make things happen and I am an eager participant. Participating in sports has presented an entire new outlet that I lend my assistance to. Helping out on my own teams has great rewards. This year I have volunteered at four triathlons and several church events. I have also gotten involved in Project 25, a volunteering project that is helping an elderly lady restore her farm.