- Delaney Dye
- Tallahassee, Fla. (Leon)
Career Best Dives
One-Meter: 278.55 (Tennessee, 2/1/13)
Three-Meter: 321.08 (Florida Atlantic, 1/19/13)
2012-13: Competed at the 2013 NCAA Zone Diving Championships, finishing 13th on the platform with a score of 219.10, took 21st on the three-meter posting a 269.50 and 26th on the one-meter board with a score of 228.30…Scored a personal-best 235.10 to finish 15th on the platform, was 21st on the three-meter (270.50) and 30th on the one-meter (224.75) at the 2013 SEC Championships…Took fourth on the three-meter (291.00) and dove to a fifth place finish on the one-meter with a personal-best score of 278.55 against Tennessee…Grabbed second on the three-meter (296.85) and sixth on the one-meter (241.73) at Auburn…Posted a personal-best score of 321.08 to finish second on the three-meter and was sixth on the one-meter (235.20) against Florida Atlantic…Was third on the one-meter (255.68) and fourth on the three-meter (244.28) at Florida State…Grabbed a pair of fourth place finishes on the one-meter (248.48) and three-meter (248.48) against Texas A&M…In the win at South Carolina, finished third on the three-meter scoring 264.25 and fifth on the one-meter with a score of 235.10…Finished fifth on the both the one-meter (245.70) and three-meter (248.55) at Georgia…Made first appearance as a Gator at the All-Florida Invitational, finishing fourth n the one-meter (245.75) and fifth on the three-meter (239.20).
Prior to Florida: Attended Leon High School in Tallahassee, Fla. where she was coached by Doug Hartley…Claimed three consecutive state diving titles, and led Lion High to sweep the diving titles for the first time in program history in 2011…Named a 2011 All-American Diver…Four-time All-Big Bend Diver of the year…Four-time District Champion and Three-time Regional Champion…A Leon High School 2011 Wendy’s Heisman Candidate…Trains under coach Hartley Doug at the Tomahawk Diving Club…Parents are Don and Marybeth Dye and brother Dustin (20)…Chose Florida over Florida State, Clemson, LSU and University of Utah.