|| Ashlee Rosenthal
|Collegiate:||1-Meter Dual (300.21), 1-Meter Championship (310.95), 1-Meter 6 Optionals (294.85), 3-Meter Dual (326.78), 3-Meter Championship (523.55), Platform (379.10)|
Collegiate All-American (4) Collegiate Victories (11)
General: Heads into her final collegiate season with the potential to be one of the nation's finest divers in both the 1-meter and 3-meter Could be in the running to win national titles in both events Has improved tremendously during her first three campaigns at Stanford and gained a great deal of strength A powerful and quick diver with an excellent entry A great competitor A 2008 Olympic hopeful.
Cardinal Career: Stanford's active career leader for divers with four All-American honors, reaching the status in the 1-meter and 3-meter events twice each and at least once during each of her first three collegiate campaigns.
As A Junior In 2003-04: Earned All-American honors for the third consecutive season by taking seventh-place at the NCAA Championships in the 1-meter (287.15), while finishing 22nd in the 3-meter (454.70) as Stanford's top diver in both events Qualified for the NCAA's by taking fourth in the 1-meter (532.65) and sixth in the 3-meter (473.35) at the NCAA Zone E Meet Was third in the 3-meter (281.10) and sixth in the 1-meter (457.80, 483.25 prelims) at the Pac-10 Championships Finished the season with four victories, sweeping the 1-meter and 3-meter in a Pac-10 dual meet victory over Arizona, while taking the 1-meter versus Arizona State and the 3-meter in the conference meet against California Had Stanford's highest point total in the 3-meter dual with her personal-best of 326.78 to win the event in a dual meet versus Arizona State Posted the team's second-best performance behind Cassidy Krug in the 1-meter dual (287.15), 1-meter championship (239.05) and 3-meter championship (483.25) categories Did not compete in the platform Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic.
As A Sophomore In 2002-03: Had a tremendous sophomore campaign, capped off when she earned a pair of All-American honors by finishing seventh in the 3-meter (508.10) and eighth in the 1-meter (282.00) at the NCAA Championships Just missed a pair of individual titles at the NCAA Zone E Meet, finishing second in the 1-meter (548.00) and third in the 3-meter (519.65) Also finished second in the 1-meter (career-high 310.95) and third in the 3-meter (507.35, career-high 523.55 prelims) at the Pac-10 Championships Won five diving events during the regular season, beginning with her first career victory in the 1-meter at the Bruin Diving Invitational Also had a 3-meter win at Arizona State and a 1-meter victory versus UCLA before sweeping the 1-meter and 3-meter events in the final dual meet of the season at California Had the team's top score in five of six possible diving categories (1-meter championship, 310.95; 1-meter dual, 280.80; 1-meter 6 optionals, 294.85; 3-meter championship, 523.55; 3-meter dual, 316.20) Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic.
As A Freshman In 2001-02: Earned her first All-American honor by finishing 14th in the 3-meter (475.85) at the NCAA Championships Also placed 22nd in the platform (324.20) and 25th in the 1-meter (231.90) at the NCAA's Qualified for the NCAA's by taking second in the 3-meter (480.25) and third in the 1-meter (264.55) at the NCAA Zone E Meet, while also finishing 19th in the platform (302.00) Finished second in the 1-meter (286.80), sixth in the 3-meter (474.35) and seventh in the platform (379.10) at the Pac-10 Championships Won regular season dual competitions in the 1-meter versus Arizona and the 3-meter versus Georgia Finished in the top three in each of her eight dual meet events in the 1-meter.
International Competition: None.
National Competition: Finished sixth in the 1-meter at 2004 Summer Senior Nationals, while taking 14th in the 3-meter Was 15th in the 3-meter at the 2004 Speedo American Cup Placed second in both the 1-meter and 3-meter at the 2004 Senior Zone D Meet Placed 18th in the 3-meter at the 2003 Summer Senior Nationals and second in the 1-meter at the 2003 Summer Junior Nationals Also had a fifth-place showing at the 2003 Senior Zone D 3-meter event Finished 22nd in the 3-meter at the 2002 Summer Senior Nationals Finished fourth at the 2001 Junior Nationals in the 16-18 age group 3-meter, as well as 14th in both the 1-meter and platform Finished third in the 1-meter and seventh in the 3-meter at the 2001 Junior Pan American Games Had a fourth-place showing at the 2001 East/West Junior Nationals in the 1-meter and was 11th in the 3-meter.
High School: A 2001 graduate of Gunn High School A four-year Team MVP Won the Central Coast Section diving title as a senior and the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League diving championship for four consecutive years Coached by Jody Scherer Also participated in soccer for two seasons.
Club: Stanford Diving Coached by Dr. Rick Schavone.
Coaching Staff On Rosenthal: "We are looking forward to a big senior season from Ashlee Rosenthal. She has a real opportunity to earn All-American honors for the fourth consecutive year, improve her place at the NCAA's and maybe even challenge for a national title. She has meant a lot to this program over her first three seasons and hopefully will finish her collegiate career with her best year yet."
Getting To Know Ashlee Rosenthal
|Parents:||Mike and Anne Rosenthal|
|Acquatic Brother:||Brother, Michael, played four years of men's water polo at Stanford and helped the Cardinal win a pair of NCAA crowns during his time on The Farm|
|Coach Rosenthal:||Ashlee has spent the last two summers working as a diving coach|
|The reason I chose Stanford is:||The combination of the diving program and academics|
|The best thing about Stanford is:||The demand for excellence|
Last Updated: 1/27/05