The Irish honored 12 seniors on senior day, wrapping up the two-day Shamrock Invitational meet.
Several swimmers had season bests at the Rolfs Aquatics Center Friday.
On the men's team, the 200 free and 400 medley relay teams also claimed first-place honors.
Junior Lindsey Streepey just missed out on the NCAA Championships in two disciplines.
The senior finished ninth on the 1-meter board Friday afternoon.
The Irish met Cleveland State in the last home meet of the season Feb. 8, 2014.
The Irish welcomed Valpo and Wisconsin to Rolfs for dual meets Nov. 15-16, 2013.
AS A JUNIOR (2014-15): Strong performances throughout year became the norm in third season … turned in solid NCAA Zone C meet, missing out on qualifying for the NCAA Championships in the platform by just one spot and a little over seven points … claimed ninth with 459.05 points despite Rolfs Aquatic Center not having a platform tower to regularly practice on … also missed out on qualifying on the 3-meter board by one spot (10th - 602.00 points) … finished 16th on the 1-meter dive (562.95 points) … turned in solid ACC Championships with a fourth-place showing in the 3-meter dive (338.55 points) and a seventh-place finish on the 1-meter board (282.45 points), qualifying for the finals in both events … also took 18th on the platform (210.90 points) … named ACC Female Diver of the Week after outstanding performance against No. 24 Purdue … won the 3-meter event (313.28), beating former Olympian Mary Beth Dunnichay (2008 Olympics – 10-meter synchronized) … also took third on the 1-meter board (301.27) … opened the year with a sweep of both diving events (294.37 – 1-meter & 321.08 – 3-meter) against Michigan State … finished second on the 1-meter (301.20) in a double dual meet against Auburn and Vanderbilt … finished second on both the 1-meter (284.80) and the 3-meter (308.20) boards in a double dual against Pitt and Virginia Tech … had outstanding meet at Hawkeye Invitational, finishing second in all three disciplines … scored 267.35 points on the platform to set the school record … scored 324.95 points on the 3-meter and 285.45 points on the 1-meter … took second on the 1-meter (298.70) at the Shamrock Invitational … finished second on the 3-meter board (314.33) in a dual meet against Cleveland State … turned in team’s best scores on the tower: 210.90 (6 Dives – ACCs) & 267.35 (5 Dives – Hawkeye) … participated in the Student-Athlete Advisory Counsel and the Rosenthal Leadership Academy … earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Had an impressive showing at the ACC Championships, finishing sixth on the 1-meter board (315.00), 12th in the 3-meter prelims (312.90) and 13th in the platform prelims (246.60) ... brought home a sixth-place on the 1-meter board from the NCAA Zone C Championships (580.80) ... also placed 21st on the 3-meter board at zones ... won gold twice in the 1-meter (Louisville and Valparaiso) ... earned one first-place finish (Auburn/Indiana) and five runner-up showings on the 3-meter board ... named ACC Women's Diver of the Week (Dec. 11) after placing in the top three in all three diving disciplines at the Hawkeye Invitational ... finished second in the 3-meter (330.25) and third in the 1-meter (289.25) and platform (241.55) ... was a member of Notre Dame's Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) ... earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13): Earned a third-place finish and all-BIG EAST honors on the platform (228.40 points) at the 2013 BIG EAST Championships ... also earned two top-seven finishes at the meet with a fifth-place finish off the three-meter board (302.55) and a seventh-place finish off the one-meter board (255.70) ... won the three-meter event with 309.82 points at a dual meet against Toledo ... dove to two silver medals at the Shamrock Invitational in the one-meter (269.00) and three-meter (309.60) events ... competed in dual meets against Indiana and Toledo, in a tri-meet against Michigan and Northwestern and at the Shamrock Invitational, BIG EAST Championships and NCAA Zones in first season ... teamed with Emma Gaboury to take 10th in the 3-meter synchronized diving event at the USA Diving National Championships during summer ... qualified for nationals after taking second at the summer national prelims ... earned a monogram.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL: A four-year letter winner in diving at Highland Park (Texas) ... two-time All-American ... named to the all-state team on three occasions placing as high as third ... earned a sectional and regional championship on three occasions ... has had an undefeated dual meet season all four years ... broke the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association's diving record freshman year and broke own record the next three years ... led team to a 4A University Interscholastic League regional and district championship all four years ... led team to a state championship freshman, sophomore and senior seasons ... set a record for most consecutive state championships won in any sport with 10 ... member of the Mustangs in the Sun Club team ... ranked nationally for six years ... member of the National Honor Society, National Science Honor Society and National Spanish Honor Society ... earned the College Board AP Scholar Award and the 2012 Academic All-American Athlete honors ... full name is Lindsey Moore Streepey ... born in Austin, Texas to Mike and Jean Streepey ... has one older sister, Katie ... mother, Jean, was a diver for Southern Methodist University ... enrolled in the Mendoza College of Business and is majoring in marketing.
Streepey's Career Bests
|1-Meter Dive||315.00||ACC's, 2014|
|3-meter Dive||338.55||ACC's, 2015|
|Platform||267.35 (School Record)||Hawkeye Invitational, 2014|