Meili Carpenter Meili Carpenter


Boulder, CO

1-meter diving
3-meter diving

2008-2009: Named to the 2009 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I University Division Second Team, as well as the All-MAC and Academic All-MAC teams at the end of the 08-09 season. Was also an Academic All-American honoree. Placed first in the platform event (488.75) at NCAA Zone A Championships meet to earn a trip to the NCAA meet for the second consecutive year.

2007-08: Named to the 2008 Mid-Major All-America first team. Also, became the first woman to represent UB at the NCAA Division I National Championships, competing in the one- and three-meter springboard and platform diving events. Earned Second Team All-MAC honors at the MAC Championship meet. Broke her own school records in the one- (330.75) and three-meter (336.20) events during the regular season.

2006-07: Earned teamís Most Outstanding and Top Newcomer awards. Named to the All-MAC second team after her second-place finish on the one-meter board (280.70) and fifth-place showing on the three-meter board (273.10) at the MAC Championships. Finished fourth on the one-meter board (505.20) and third in platform diving (445.20) at the NCAA Zone Championships. Set the UB record for six dives from the three-meter board (321.75) against Canisius.

High School: Earned four letters and captained one season for coaches Marc Cahalane and Bob Smartt at Fairview High School. The Colorado 5A state champion and a member of the 2005-06 NISCA All-American and 2006 Academic All-American teams.

Personal: Born December 8, 1987. Daughter of Michael and Cassandra Carpenter. Has one brother (Marshall). Favorite food is home cooking. Favorite TV show is Americaís Got Talent. Majoring in chemistry and psychology.

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