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  Terry Horner
Terry Horner

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Orlando, Fla.

High School:
Lyman

Last College:
Seminole CC

Height:
5-6

Event:
Diving


Honors: 2009 World Championship Team Member, 2007 NCAA National Champion, 2008 U.S. National Champion, Four-Time NCAA All-American, Two-Time Honorable Mention NCAA All-American, Two-Time ACC Champion, Four-Time All-ACC, School Record Holder, All-ACC Academic Team, ACC Academic Honor Roll

2008-09: Competed in the USA Summer Diving National Championships and placed second in the one-meter, seventh in the three-meter and fifth in the three-meter synchronized dive...competed at the World Championships in Rome, Italy and placed 16th on the one-meter...earned All-America honors on the three-meter board at the NCAA Championships with a six dive total of 419.90...earned Honorable Mention All-America honors with an 11th-place finish on the one-meter (371.65)...placed second and shattered his own school record on the one-meter (447.95) and three-meter (447.95) and placed sixth on the platform (300.70) at the ACC Championships.

2007-08: Won the one-meter competition at the U.S. National Championships and placed third on the three-meter...placed 12th on the three-meter board at the U.S. Olympic Trials...qualified for the U.S. Olympic Trials with his seventh place finish on the three-meter board by scoring a career high 420.50 points at the 2008 Speedo USA Diving Spring Nationals...finished second on the one-meter board with a score of 361.80...earned All-America honors for the second consecutive year at the NCAA Championships by finishing third on the one-meter (396.15)...earned Honorable Mention All-America honors with a 16th place finish on the three-meter (324.95)...was the ACC Championship Diver of the Meet after winning both the one and three-meter competitions...won the one-meter with a score of 393.15 and the three-meter with a score of 399.35...broke the school record on the one-meter with a score of 410.70 points, while finishing second at the Georgia Tech Invitational...member of the All-ACC Academic Team.

2006-07: Finished seventh on the one-meter board at the World University games in Bangkok, Thailand...secured Florida State's first diving national championship in 36 years by winning the one-meter at the NCAA Championships with a new school record six dive total of 399.35 in the finals...he claimed All-America honors in the three-meter with an eighth place finish with a score of 383.13...his 31 points accounted for more than half of the 60 points scored by the Seminoles...earned top honors on both the one-meter and three-meter boards at the Zone B Diving Championships with 12 dive totals of 704.90 and 748.50 respectively...at the ACC Championships claimed the silver medal and All-ACC honors on the three-meter with a six dive total of 398.90...finished ninth on the one-meter board with a score of 293.10...made his entrance onto the collegiate diving scene with a second place finish on the one-meter at the Nike Cup Invitational with a score of 340.40...member of the All-ACC Academic Team.

High School: Graduated from Lyman High in 2004...won the Florida 3A State Championship on the one-meter in 2003 and 2004 and finished second at the state meet in 2002...competed with Team Orlando Diving throughout his youth and up until joining FSU...finished seventh on the one-meter at the 2005 Summer Senior Zone B Diving Championships with a score of 520.35...won the 2004 J.O. Summer Nationals on the one-meter with a score of 562.68...took second in the finals of the one-meter with a score of 350.31 at the 2004 Summer Senior Nationals...finished fifth at the 2003 Senior Nationals with a score of 299.61...placed fifth on the one-meter at the 2002 J.O. Summer Nationals with a score of 481.15...won the 2002 Senior Summer Zone B Championship on the 1M with a score of 621.97.

Personal: Born December 28, 1985...majoring in geography...son of Glenn and Becky Horner.

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