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  Mike Neubacher
Mike Neubacher

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Windermere, FL

High School:
Olympia

Last College:
Louisiana State University

Height:
5-7

Event:
Diving

Birthdate:
07/19/1989


05/09/2012

Twelve Named to All-ACC Academic Team

The Florida State Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving had 12 athletes achieve All-ACC Academic honors for the 2011-2012 season.

04/27/2012

2011-2012 Season Awards

The Florida State Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving teams named their end of the season award winners this past weekend.

03/07/2012

Last One In

Katrina Young takes third on the Platform event in order to qualify for NCAA's.

03/06/2012

Two For The Show

Tom Neubacher won the men's 1-meter and Ariel Rittenhouse qualified for NCAA's after today's 3-meter contest

03/05/2012

Day 1

No automatic to NCAA's yet, but two have set themselves up to have a chance.

10/26/2011

South Carolina/Alabama

It was senior day as well as "Paint it Pink" at the Morcom Aquatic Center on Oct. 16, 2011

Top Scores

1M: 347.03

3M: 376.90

Platform: 431.55

NCAA Honorable Mention All-American

Two-Time All-ACC

All-ACC Academic Team

ACC Honor Roll

SEC Freshman Diver of the Year

Second Team All-SEC

SEC All-Freshman Team

2011-2012: Placed on all three boards at his final ACC's by finishing in seventh on 3-meter with 372.65, was sixth on 1-meter with a score of 328.35 and took another fifth place on platform with a score of 369.86...grabbed sixth on the platform at the 2012 USA Diving Winter National Championships.

2010-11:Placed 11th at the NCAA Championships on the platform to earn his first career honorable mention All-American award (355.30)... also placed 25th on the one-meter (298.20) and 33rd on the three-meter (268.70) at the NCAA Championships... earned All-ACC honors with a third-place finish on the platform (422.90) at the ACC Championships... also placed sixth on the one-meter (358.80) and 12th on the three-meter (349.75) at ACC's... took third on the three-meter (328.05) and fourth on the one-meter (308.18) at Alabama...Placed second on both the one-meter (347.70) and three-meter (367.05) in the win over Clemson...Finished second on the one-meter (330.00) and third on the three-meter (350.70) in the dual sweep of Georgia Tech and UNC-Wilmington...Contributed to the upset of Florida by finishing second on the one-meter (339.52) and third on the three-meter (347.10)...At the Georgia Tech Invitational finished third on the platform (352.20), sixth on the one-meter (318.50), and eighth on the three-meter (325.05)...In the win over LSU, dove to second place showings in both the three-meter (313.87) and one-meter (342.37)...Brought home a first place finish on the three-meter (363.30) and second on the one-meter (340.60) during the sweep of Florida Atlantic and Florida International...At the All-Florida Invitational finished fifth on the three-meter (336.10) and sixth on the one-meter (314.60)... member of the All-ACC Academic Team.

2009-10: Earned his first All-ACC accolades finishing third on the platform (381.15) at the ACC Championships... also placed eighth on the one-meter (328.20) and 15th on the three-meter (308.25)... finished fifth on the three-meter (323.50) and sixth on the one-meter (310.10) at the Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech Tri Meet... dove to a second-place performance on the three-meter (349.27) and a third-place finish on the one-meter (298.87) against Clemson... placed third on the one-meter with a six dive total of 325.80 against Virginia... finished fourth on the three-meter (331.66) and fifth on the one-meter (282.90) against Florida... placed third on the platform (340.95), fourth on the three-meter (352.15) and sixth on the one-meter (312.15) during the Seminoles victory at the Georgia Tech Invite... turned in a pair of fourth place performances on the one-meter (284.32) and three-meter (306.67) against his former team LSU... opened the season with a second-place performance on the three-meter (344.10) and a fourth-place finish on the one-meter (287.55) against Florida Atlantic... member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll.

2008-09: Competed in the 2009 USA Summer Diving National Championships, finished eighth in the platform event with a score of 390.50.

2007-08 (LSU): The top freshman diver in the conference and one of the best first-year divers in the country...named the SEC Male Freshman Diver of the Year and earned All-SEC Second Team and SEC All-Freshman Team honors...placed 15th in both the three-meter and one-meter springboards at the NCAA Zone `B' Regional...broke the LSU platform record at the SEC Championship with a final score of 431.55 to take runner-up honors...crushed the previous mark held by current diver Niko Dalman (289.15)...recorded a career-high score of 376.90 in the 3-meter at the conference meet...finished in the top-five in all three diving events at the SECs...named SEC Freshman of the Week after sweeping both the one-meter and three-meter events against No. 5 Florida...notched fourth-place at the Georgia Tech Invitational with a six-dive total of 327.85.

High School: Named an All-American all four years...holds numerous records at Olympia High School...U.S. National Team member in 2004-2007...National Diving finalist at both the Junior and Senior Championships...placed third on platform in 2007 Junior National Championships...competed internationally in both Montreal and Victoria, Canada...in 2007 competed in England for the United States on the U.S. Junior National Team...member of Team Orlando Diving coached by Jay Lerew.

Personal: Born on July 19, 1989...plans to major in sport management ...son of David and Kim Neubacher.

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