Peter Cialkowski
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    Peter Cialkowski

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Allentown, PA

    High School:
    Salisbury

    Height:
    5-10

    Position:
    Diving

    01/25/2013

    Air Force Diving Invitational Day One Results

    Vallejo paces Falcons with 10th place finish in men's 3-meter.

    12/21/2012

    10/01/2012

    Air Force Men's Swimming & Diving 2012-13 Outlook

    Falcons open the season Oct. 5-6 at the Intermountain Shootout in Grand Junction.

    10/06/2011

    Air Force Men's Swimming & Diving 2011-12 Season Outlook

    Falcons open season Oct. 7 in Grand Junction.

    personal bests
    1m - 393.55
    3m - 381.10
    Platform - 200.95

    2012-13 (JUNIOR): Notched season-high's in both the 1-meter and 3-meter at the AFA Diving Invitational...scored 205.60 points in the 1m and 206.15 in the 3m.

    2011-12 (SOPHOMORE): Fourth on the team in 1-meter diving...missed most of the season due to injury.

    2010-11 (FRESHMAN): Highest scorer for Air Force in the 1m diving with 393.55 points at the Intermountain Shootout...second on the team in the 3m diving with 381.10 points at the Intermountain Shootout...placed 11th in the platform finals, 12th in the 3m and 16th in the 1m prelims at the MW Championships.

    HIGH SCHOOL (Salisbury):Lettered four years in diving ... two-time NISCA All-American ... two-time all-state ... four-time PIAA District 11 medalist ... finished fourth in states as a senior ... helped lead Salisbury to district runner-up finish... high school diving coach was Amy Simpson ... also dove for Parkland Aquatic Club and was coached by Cary Lehman ... National Honors Society member.

    PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 16 ... has two siblings ... hobbies are playing frisbee and listening to music ... favorite movie is Caddyshack ... most noteworthy thing about his town is that its the one Billy Joel sang about ... credits his father as having the biggest influence on his sports career ... favorite athlete is Phil Mickelson ... son of Edward and Mary Cialkowski.

    Inside Men's Swimming