College de Maisonneuve
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2022 ACC GOLD MEDALIST (3-meter)
2022 ACC SILVER MEDALIST (1-meter)
2021 NCAA ALL-AMERICA (1-meter)
2021 ACC GOLD MEDALIST (1-meter)
2021 ACC SILVER MEDALIST (3-meter)
2021 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM
2020 ALL-ACC ACADEMIC TEAM
Sophomore (2020-21): Enjoyed breakout sophomore season on boards, taking home first NCAA All-America honors of career and earning two podium trips at ACC Swimming & Diving Championships, including first gold medal…Added one NCAA Honorable Mention recognition…Selected to All-ACC Academic team…Finished in eighth place in 1-meter springboard (289.70) at NCAA Women’s Swimming & Diving Championships…Added 10th-place finish in 3-meter springboard (341.70) to earn All-America Honorable Mention honors by finishing in top 16 nationally…Was top finisher in both springboard events (1-meter, 3-meter) at NCAA Zone qualifiers in Greensboro, N.C….Won first conference gold medal of career at ACC Championships, finishing with top honors in 1-meter (340.95)…Earned silver medal in 3-meter (363.20) on first night of ACC Championships.
True Freshman (2019-20): Made collegiate debut against Florida (Sept. 27) and finished third in 1-meter (282.83) and second in 3-meter (305.63)…Won 3-meter springbaord in dual meet with Boston College (Jan. 4)…Swept both springboard events in dual meet with over FGCU (Jan. 18)…Finished ninth in preliminaries of 1-meter (272.55) at 2020 ACC Swimming & Diving Championships in Greensboro, N.C….Finished first in 3-meter (692.50) at Zone qualifiers in Athens, Ga., to earn trip to NCAA Swimming & Diving Championships, which were eventually cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Before Miami: Accomplished international diver for native Canada…Three-time junior national champion..Selected to represent Canada at World University Games in Naples, Italy, qualifying for finals on every board she competed in…Won individual bronze medal at 2016 FINA Grand Prix in Gold Coast, Australia…Won gold at Grand Prix in Madrid in 2017 and placed fourth at World Junior Championships in 2016 in women’s 3-meter synchronized event with partner Olivia Chamandy.