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Steven Segerlin
Steven Segerlin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Webster, N.Y.

High School:
Webster

Event:
Diving

Birthdate:
03/20/1985

Major:
Building Science

2006-07 Co-Team Captain
Eight-time All-American
NCAA Champion
2006-07 SAAC President
2005 NCAA High Point Diver
2005 World University Games Finalist
Senior Zone B Three-time Champion
SEC Champion
CSCAA Academic All-American
ODK/Mortar Board Inductee
SEC Academic Honor Roll

Junior Season (2005-06)
Placed third on 3-meter at the 2006 U.S. Open ... Qualified for the FINA Diving World Cup ... Placed seventh at the World Cup on 1-meter (372) ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Awarded the Auburn `Hammer Award' (individual high point scorer at the NCAA Championship) ... National Champion in platform with a new NCAA, Auburn and personal record score of 469.30 ... On 1-meter, earned a new Auburn and personal record 382.80 to place third ... Was also third on 3-meter with a finals score of 401.20 ... Scored an Auburn and personal record 403.70 on 3-meter at the SEC Championship to finish second ... Was also runner-up on both 1-meter (357.90) and platform (390.20).

Sophomore Season (2004-05)
Finished eighth on the 10-meter synchro with high school teammate at the World University Games ... Also competed on the 3-meter and 10-meter at the World University Games ... At the Senior Zone B Championship, won on the 1-, 3- and 10-meter competitions ... Scored a 660.65 on the 1-meter, 591.54 on 3-meter and 576.55 at the 10-meter height ... At the NCAA Championships, finished second on platform (556.65) to earn All-American honors ... Was third on the 3-meter with an AU record score of 618.30 ... Finished fourth on 1-meter (370.75) with an AU record ... For his performance at NCAAs - named high point diver ... SEC Champion on platform with score of 582.95 ... Came in second on 1-meter at conference championships (350.75) and was third on the 3-meter (566.10) ... Named SEC Diver of the Week twice during the season ... Finished third on platform (926.32), 1- (263.91) and 3- meter (926.32) at the US Open.

Freshman Season (2003-04)
Olympic Trials finalist on the platform, finishing seventh with a score of 906.81 ... Also competed on the 3-meter, finishing 18th ... Was one of only three freshmen on the NCAA Championship team ... Scored a 574.80 to finish second on the platform behind teammate Caesar Garcia at the NCAAs... Earned honorable mention All-America honors on the 3-meter, placing 12th (532.05) ... Also competed on the 1-meter, finishing 17th with a 275.75 ... Was the third member of a 1-2-3 AU sweep on the platform at SECs, scoring a 542.70 in finals and a 553.20 in prelims ... Seventh-place finisher on the 1-meter at SECs with a 303.15 ... Placed sixth on the 1- and 3-meters at US Nationals ... 2004 Senior National Team member for the 3-meter.

High School: Graduated from Webster in 2003 ... Dove for Carolyn Carlton and FAST Diving ... Placed seventh on the platform at the 2003 World Championship Trials ... Competed at the 2003 Speedo National Diving Championships ... Was third on the platform and 21st on the 3-meter at the 2003 Speedo American Cup ... Was 11th on the platform at the 2000 Junior World Championships ... 1998 Cam-Am-Mex participant, placing fourth on the platform ... Won the platform and placed second on the 1-meter and third on the 3-meter at the 2002 Speedo National Junior Championships ... Placed second on the platform and eighth on the 3-meter at the 2002 Senior National Championships ... 2002 Senior National Team member ... Had three fourth-place finishes at the 2002 Junior World Team Trials ... On the high school honor roll his last eight semesters ... Three-time high school All-American.

Personal: Full name is Steven Craig Segerlin ... Parents are Craig and Ellen Segerlin ... Born March 20, 1985 ... Father, Craig, was a pole vaulter at Murray State ... Has three sisters; Laura, Sara and Leah ... Sara was a 2001 NCAA field hockey champion at Lockhaven State University ... Laura was on the swimming & diving team at Bowling Green University ... Majoring in building science.

Career Best Scores
1-meter - 382.80
3-meter - 403.70
Platform - 469.30