Graduated seniors Sara Menke and Jessica Horn made the team all four years.
Falcons honored for their work in the classroom and in the pool
Men improve to 14-5 in duals while the women are 7-6
Falcons finished behind North Carolina State, North Carolina and Tennessee
Falcons sit behind North Carolina, North Carolina State and Tennessee, one spot ahead of Navy
2014-15 (JUNIOR): competed in three events… second place on team in 1-meter dive (243.50) and platform dive (189.23)… finished first on team in 3M dive (265.90)…achieved a personal best in the platform dive.
2013-14 (SOPHOMORE): Achieved a personal best in the platform dive (186.65), fourth best on the team … ranked third in the 3-meter dive (267.08) and fourth in the 1-meter dive (249.15)
2012-13 (FRESHMAN): Second on team in 1-meter and 3-meter dives and third in platform...scored 268.60 points in 3-meter dive at Incarnate Word Invite...scored 253.43 points in 1-meter dive against Colorado State...scored 178.55 points in North Dakota/Seattle three-way meet...MW all-academic and MW scholar-athlete.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Lettered four years in diving and gymnastics and one year in track...Southwest Conference Diving Champion as a senior...four-time all-state in gymnastics...ninth place in State Open diving as a senior...National and Spanish Honor Society member...Tri-M Music Honor Society member...dove for Next Generation Diving, coached by Christopher Bergere.
PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 16...nickname is Jess...had two younger brothers...hobbies are reading, hanging out with friends, cycling and going on Facebook...favorite food is shrimp...favorite movie is You’ve Got Mail...favorite book is Harry Potter...credits her dad as having the biggest influence on her sports career...if she could be on any reality TV show, it would be Survivor...enjoys listening to Keith Urban...favorite quote: “Pain is temporary, quitting lasts forever.” ... daughter of Barry and Tammy Horn.