Ashleigh Peck
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    Ashleigh Peck

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Beaver Falls, Pa.

    High School:
    Blackhawk

    Height:
    5-4

    Position:
    Diving

    2007-08 Highlights: Had the team's top one-meter score of the season (268.28) in a home meet versus Utah ... notched a personal-best score of 245.95 at three-meters in a tri-meet versus Colorado State and New Mexico ... consolation finalist in the platform dive at the MWC Championships.

    2006-07 Highlights: Scored a then-personal-best mark of 227.95 in the one-meter dive in a tri-meet against TCU and New Mexico State ... registered a season-best 220.45 in the three-meter dive against Wyoming.

    2005-06 Highlights: Had the second-highest score in the one-meter dive on the team with 221.93 points against Northern Colorado ... recorded a season-best 235.95 points in three-meter dive against BYU.

    High School: Lettered four years in diving at Blackhawk HS ... also lettered in track for two years ... won the Midwestern Athletic Conference diving championship as a senior ... won WPIAL as a senior ... placed eighth in states as a senior and 11th as a junior ... high school diving coach was Ray Lions ... member of the Arcadia Gymnastics Team, coached by Monica and Mick O'Conner and Dave Greggs ... National Honor Society secretary.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 9 ... daughter of Stephen and Julie Peck ... has five younger siblings: Alaina (21), Adrienne (20), Alexandra (18), Zachary (16) and Angelica (15) ... Alaina and Alexandra both attend Duquesne, while Adrienne is a sophomore at Penn State ... attended the USAFA Prep School ... played volleyball at the Prep School ... was a competitive gymnast for 10 years ... hobbies include hanging out, listening to jokes, ice cream Wednesdays, going to concerts and snowboarding ... favorite movie is Bridget Jones' Diary ... biggest influence on her sports career has been her mother, because "she's the one who encouraged me to give it one more year my sophomore year of high school when I was thinking about quitting" ... most noteworthy thing about her hometown is that it is also the hometown of Joe Namath ... if she could trade places with one of her teammates for a day, it would be one of the freshmen, because "being a senior is awesome, but sometimes I forget how free I am, so it's easy to take it for granted. If I was a freshman for a day (I'd be glad it was only for a day!), it would put things back into perspective" ... favorite quote: "Every passing minute is another chance to change it all around."

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