- Anthony Lewark
- Davie, Fla. (American Heritage)
Time SEC Academic Honor Roll Mention
2009 CSCAA Honorable Mention Scholar All-American
Career Best Dives
One-Meter: 364.35 (Georgia Tech, 2011)
Three-Meter: 402.30 (UGA Last Chance Meet, 2011)
Platform: 366.05 (2010 SEC Championships)
National/International Competition: Placed 17th in the one-meter springboard at the 2009 AT&T National Diving Championships, recording a score of 296.25…Additionally returned to finals on both the one-meter and three-meter springboards at the 2009 U.S.A. Diving Preliminary…Placed second overall in the one-meter competition (333.40) and 11th overall on the three-meter springboard (310.90), while taking fourth in the synchronized three-meter springboard with a score of 291.48…Placed in the top-25 at the 2008 Speedo Junior National Championships in the 1M & 3M competitions.
2010-11: Named to the 2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll…One of the Gators most consistent diving competitors…Finished 15th in one-meter competition, 17th in three-meter competition at the NCAA Zone Championships…At the SEC Championships, finished sixth in three-meter competition with a Zone provisional mark of 376.35 and seventh on the platform (297.05)…Captured both the one- and three-meter titles at the UGA Last Chance Meet, reaching a career-high 402.30 on the three-meter boards during the preliminary session…Swept the men’s diving competition against Indian River State College, finishing first on both the one- and three-meter boards…Was the lone UF diver at the SMU Classic, finishing second and third in one- and three-meter competition, respectively…Captured the one-meter competition against Georgia Tech with a career-high 364.35…Finished seventh in the three-meter finals at the Tennessee Diving Invitational with a 354.00 score…Took first on the one-meter boards (356.85) and second on the three-meter boards (367.10) at the Big Al Open...Won the one-meter competition in back-to-back meets against Georgia and LSU…Opened his junior campaign with three consecutive titles on the three-meter boards, taking home the title at the All-Florida Invitational, against Virginia and conference rival Georgia.
2009-10: Placed fourth in platform diving at the 2010 SEC Championships, while taking seventh on the three-meter boards diving (355.65) and one-meter boards (364.20)… Took second in the one-meter competition vs. Auburn (315.00)…Finished fourth in one-meter (314.40) and three-meter competition (296.35) at the SMU Classic...Won the one (353.85) and three-meter (386.48) competition in the win over Indian River State College…Finished third on the one-meter boards at the Georgia Diving Invitational (342.65)…Won the one (318.45) and three-meter (363.75) competition at the Georgia Invitational, while placing second in the platform diving competition (299.20)…Took third vs. Florida State in the one-meter competition (331.35)... Placed third on the three-meter boards (365.55) at the Georgia Tech Invitational... Won the one-meter competition (317.70) and took third on the three-meter boards (303.23) in the win over Georgia...Won the one-meter competition against Georgia Tech (327.68)...Swept the one (343.27) and three-meter (347.63) boards against Virginia.
2008-09: A 2009 CSCAA Honorable Mention Scholar All-American…Additionally named to the 2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll for his work in the classroom his first season as a Gator…Consistently held the top scores on the one and three-meter diving boards his freshman campaign…Competed for the Gators at the 2009 SEC Championships, where he achieved two season-best scores on the one-meter and platform…Placed fifth in the one-meter championship finals (364.25) and ninth in prelims of the three-meter board (340.20) and scored 271.90 in the platform competition…Represented the Gators at the 2009 NCAA Zones in Knoxville, Tenn., taking 12th in the field in the one-meter championship (591.65) and finishing 19th in prelims of the three-meter board (298.45)…Also dove at the Tennessee Diving Invitational in January 2009, returning to finals in both the one and three-meter competitions, placing seventh (314.70) and ninth (303.30), respectively…Also took 18th in the platform competition at the Tennessee Dive Invite (211.15)…Competed in 14 meets for UF his freshman campaign.
Club: Member of the Fort Lauderdale Dive Team, coached by Dave Burgering.
Personal: Born Anthony Lewark on July 16, 1990, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,…Son of Lori Holland…Has a brother, Mikey, who is also a member of the Florida swimming and diving team…Enjoys going to the beach and playing baseball and golf in his free time.