Chin, Cottrell, Kneppers, and Stalmack make All Academic Team
Chelsea Bingham, Abigail Chin, Becca Maddock, Emily Stalmack, Andrew Stewart and Erin Yenney received the ACC Top Six for Service Award
Kylliainen and Worrell advance in 200-fly and 400-relay team head to finals
Worrell wins the 200-yard butterfly
Action Begins Thursday morning
Louisville Swimming & Diving v Florida State | Day 2
Louisville Swimming & Diving v North Carolina | Day 2
AAC Swimming & Diving Championships | Day 2
AAC Swimming & Diving Championships
Junior: Stalmack built off her sophomore year with a fifth place finish in the Platform Diving Finals at the AAC Championships with a score of 224.35. She added a sixth place finish on the 1-meter with a score of 251.90 and scored 280.95 on the 3-meter for a ninth place finish. She scored her most points in a victory on the 3-meter against Tennessee with a score of 302.03. She added first place finishes on the 1-meter against North Carolina and Xavier. Stalmack finished third at the SMU Women's Swimming & Diving Classic with a score of 259.15 on the 3-meter.
Sophomore: In Stalmack's sophomore year, she qualified to compete at her second Diving Zone meet where she placed 18th on the 3-meter springboard with a combined score of 524.60. She also placed 15th on platform in 215.70, and 39th on 1-meter springboard in 228.15. At BIG EAST, Stalmack made the A-final on platform, where she took eighth with a score of 164.70. She made the B-final on 3-meter with a score of 267.60 placing her 11th. Stalmack placed sixth on 3-meter board and platform at the Purdue Invite. For the second year in a row, Stalmack was awarded to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
Freshman: Emily played a vital role in diving at the BIG EAST Championships. In the 3-meter competition, she made her first final and finished fifth with a score of 263.70. In the 1-meter competition, Emily placed 18th with a score of 215.10, just missing the consolation final. Emily's scores were good enough to qualify her to compete at the NCAA Zone C meet. She placed 54th on 1-meter with a score of 200.35 and placed 23rd on 3-meter with a score of 264.50. In the fall, Emily finished second in the 3-meter competition in the dual meet against Pitt with a score of 287.25. She had a season high score on 1-meter of 239.55 in the meet against Indiana.
Prep: Diver Emily Stalmack, from Ann Arbor, Mich., and Pioneer High School, is the 2010 USA Diving Junior East National silver medalist on 3-meter. Along with Hanna Cowley, Emily is the team captain of the Pioneer High School swimming and diving team, where she has earned All- America honors twice. She dove for Legacy Diving and coach Buck Smith. At the 2010 USA Diving Junior East Nationals, she was the 3-meter silver medalist.
Personal: Daughter of Thad and Michelle Stalmack. Born Aug. 26, 1993. Major is Elementary Education/LBD.