Ishimatsu of USC wins women's platform and Ipsen of Stanford wins men's platform diving.
Ishimatsu of USC wins women's 1m and Ipsen of Stanford wins men's 3m diving.
Top divers from Zone E region to compete March 14-16 at Cadet Natorium. Free admission.
Falcons set school records in 800 free and 200 medley relays and 200 free.
Falcon men go 2-1 and women go 2-0.
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE): High-scorer on the team in all three events...257.75 points in 1-meter, 276.65 points in 3-meter and 204.30 points in platform are all career highs...set 1m and 3m marks at Incarnate Word Invite...set platform mark vs. North Dakota/Seattle three-way meet.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN): Second on the team in all three dives...scored career-high 237.67 points in 1-meter dive and 250.87 points in the 3-meter at the Foster Duals...scored career-high 143.50 points in the platform at the USC Trojan Invite.
HIGH SCHOOL (Landmark Christian): Lettered four years in diving, two in swimming, track and cross country and one in soccer...Wendy's Heisman finalist...National Honor Society member...Beta Club member...high school diving coach was John Ames...dove club for Atlanta Diving, coached by John Ames.
PERSONAL: Member of cadet squadron 18...major is english...nickname is Lulu...has five siblings, four of whom graduated from service academies...sister, Lindy, is a freshman at the Academy and on the cross country team...hobby is reading...favorite food is pizza...favorite movie is the Notebook...favorite book is the bible...if she could be on any reality TV show, it would be Real Housewives...has country and pop on her iPod...favorite quote: "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." --Phillipians 4:13...something most people don't know about her is that she plays the harp...notable thing about her hometown is that country musician Alan Jackson is from there...credits her mother as having the biggest influence on her sports career...daughter of Dr. James and Lisa Long.