Katrina Young and Ariel Rittenhouse shine on 1-meter at the Zone B Qualifier, punching their tickets to Minnesota for the NCAA Championships.
Nine members of the Florida State diving team are ready to compete in the Zone B NCAA qualifier.
Seven members of the Florida State women's swimming team will swim at the NCAA Championships on March 20-22.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team sits in third place behind Virginia and North Carolina heading into the final day of the 2014 ACC Championships.
Tiffany Oliver defends her title in the 50 free, the 200 free relay wins a stunning sliver, while Madison Jacobi, Katrina Young earn bronze.
It was senior day as well as "Paint it Pink" at the Morcom Aquatic Center on Oct. 16, 2011
2012-2013: Qualified for the NCAA Championships after placing second on 1-meter at the Zone B Qualifier...earned the Most Improved Diver award at the end of the year banquet...placed seventh on 1-meter and 11th on 1-meter at the ACC Championships...competed at the 2013 World Championship Trials and placed eighth on 1-meter and fifth on 3-meter.
2011-2012: : Snatched the bronze medal on the 3-meter springboard at the 2012 ACC Championship with a score of 354.26 en route to earning All-ACC honors...took sixth on the 1-meter springboard scoring 308.45 at ACC's...qualified for her first-ever National finals at the 2012 AT&T Summer Diving National Championships where she placed seventh on 1-meter and eighth on 3-meter.
2010-11: Finished 14th on the 3-meter and 29th on 1-meter springboards at the 2011 AT&T Diving Nationals... placed fourth on the three-meter (314.35), 10th on the one-meter (263.80) and 17th on the platform (206.50) at the ACC Championships... took home first place on the three-meter (336.38) and second place on the one-meter (272.70) at Alabama...Placed second on both the one-meter (286.57) and the three-meter (302.47) versus Clemson...Finished first on both the one-meter(292.20) and three-meter (335.55) against Georgia Tech and UNC-Wilmington...Home versus Florida took first on the one-meter(332.40) and fourth on the three-meter(263.77)...At the Georgia Tech Invitational finished fourth on the one-meter (279.10), fifth on the three-meter (319.90), and 14th on the platform (193.50)...Against LSU finished third on the one-meter (284.10) and fourth on the three-meter (298.50)...Placed first in the three-meter (344.05) and second in the one-meter (292.00) versus Miami, FAMU, and FGCU...Took home first on the one-meter (285.55) and second on the three-meter (309.70) against Florida Atlantic and Florida International...At the All-Florida Invitational took second on the one-meter (289.95) and seventh on the three-meter (270.40)... member of the All-ACC Academic Team.
High School: Qualified for the 2010 U.S. National Championships on the one and three-meter... high school All-American all four years... 2006 &2008 Georgia junior diver of the year... 2009 Georgia senior female diver of the year... scholar athlete all four years of high school... graduated with honors... named scholar-athlete of the week by WALB (3/15/10).
Personal: Born September 9, 1991... majoring in Family and Child Sciences as well as Psychology... father dove in college for Cincinnati and helped put dive 405c on the one-meter in the book... daughter of Ed and Mary Pat Goodman.