Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Todd and Tarra Michael TNT Diving Upper Dublin PA
High School Greg Stoloski, head coach
tournament score
1M 3M 5M 7.5M 10M
Best Result 361.85 - - - -
Meets Competed In

USA Diving Summer Junior Region 1 Championships 2014
Blue Dolphin Invitational 2014
USA Diving Spring Junior Region 2 Championships 2014
TNT Invitational 2014
PIAA District 1 - 2014
Blue Dolphin Invitational 2013
PIAA District 1 - 2013
31st Annual Lord of the Boards Autumn Classic 2013
USA Diving Summer Junior Region 1 Championships
Blue Dolphin Invitational
USA Diving Spring Junior Region 1 Championships
Spinner Diving Invitational
28th Annual Lord of the Boards Autumn Classic

Best Scores 1M Best Score 3M

5 dives: 239.70 8 dives: 293.35
6 dives: 218.75
8 dives: 266.70
10 dives: 356.25
11 dives: 361.85

Physical Attributes
Years diving USA Diving AAU
3
Diving Honors

2014- qualified for AAU nationals
2014 - qualified for PIAA Districts
- placed 3rd Suburban One League (SOL) Championships; Pennsbury High School
- placed 5th Suburban Aquatics League (SAL) League Championships
2014* -broke a 11 year old SAL League record; also broke a 14 year old Pennsbury pool record by 26pts

*rescinded because of a technicality; score was however recorded as official
2014 - Best Performance Award; Pennsbury Aquatic League (PAC)
2013 - broke a Pennsbury pool record by 67 points at Championship Meet
2013 - placed 1st SAL League Championships
2012/2013 Undefeated SAL League Season
2012/2013 - placed 2nd in all SOL meets as a starter diver
- placed 2nd SOL Championships 361.85
- qualified for PIAA Districts; made final cut
2012 - Highpoint Award and Best Dive Award; PAC
2012 - placed 4th League Championships; SAL
2011/2012 - placed 3rd in all SOL meets as a starter diver
2011 - qualified AAU Nationals both on 1M and 3M

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Pennsbury High School East
School City
FAIRLESS HILLS
School State
PA
Guidance Counselor
Shannon Barnum
Guidance Counselor Phone
Guidance Counselor Email
Class Size
766
School Size
-
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
177
School Division
-
Major Category
Business Mgmt and Admin. Services
Major
Business/Corporate Communications
Major Category
Foreign Languages and Literatures
Major
Spanish Language and Literature
Other Academic Information
4. 34 GPA Current Semester; 3.86 Cumulative GPA Biology 1 Honors: Achievement Award June 2013 National Spanish Honors Society October 2013 National Honors Society 2014 Spanish Advanced Placement Credit 2014
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Personal


First Name
Abigail
Last Name
Parisen
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
5'1"
Weight
110
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
Personal Highlights

Strong Gymnastic Background (5 years experience)
Finished as a Level 8 gymnast; Ricochets Gymnastics, Hatboro,PA, competed at States every completed level trained

Leadership/Activities/Employment
Pennsbury High School
Pink Ribbon Club
Yearbook
Spanish Conversation Club
Varsity Dive Team(3 years)
National Honors Society
Spanish National Honors Society
Outside of Pennsbury
Life guard/CPR Course/Certification
St. John the Evangelist youth group(3 years)
Pennsbury Aquatic Dive Club/Suburban Aquatic League(3 years)
Diver Coach's Helper Volunteer 2014 (PAC)
TNT Diving Junior Olympic Club 2013 -2014
Burger King employee 2012 - 2013
Assistant diving coach at PAC 2012 - 2013
McDonalds employee 2013 - current

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I believe I act like a leader on and off the pool deck. An example where I have demonstrated leadership off the deck is being employed since the summer of my freshman year. I first was employed at Burger King where I worked front counter and drive thru and then trained new hires after me. I then continued to do the same the next year at McDonalds with a whole new set of people. And in addition, because of my love of diving and wanting to help other divers, I also was hired as an assistant jr coach for PAC.

On the pool decks with my different dive team members, I also act as a leader by always encouraging and supporting other divers, especially the ones younger than me. For one of my clubs, I volunteered during the season to assist the coach with deck drills, dry land and some board practice. I especially loved to help improve their form on different dives and then see how pretty the dives became. I also spent some time developing a questionnaire for the divers to see where I could help each individual the most.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I always try to stay healthy to help my athletic performance as well as my student performance. I try to avoid the wrong foods and eat healthy; try to get as much sleep as possible and most importantly; I made a workout routine for my days not at the pool for me to do myself. I am pretty regimented and have alerts on my phone reminding me to workout if I should get too busy to remember.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I am involved in service to my community by being involved with my church youth group that I joined freshman year. We have the opportunity to do different service projects to help the less fortunate or needy. Some recent projects I have been involved with are serving food at the Trenton Soup Kitchen to the homeless who rely on the Kitchen to survive. Helping the Kitchen was very sad for me but fulfilling because I know I was helping in some way to give hope to others. Another project was sorting Christmas gifts donated from the more fortunate for the needy of our parish and the surrounding community. This made me feel awesome because I knew the end result of my efforts was going to put smiles on many faces.

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