Paris Ekman
Year: So.
Hometown: Fargo, N.D.
High School: Shanley
Position: Diving

Career Achievements

Currently holds the school record in the 1-meter diving event...qualified for the NCAA Regional Diving Championships in 2014 and 2015.

Career Highlights

2014-15: As a sophomore, took part in 11 of 12 meets, competing on both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events…won 11 events and finished second on four occasions while qualifying for the NCAA regional championships for the second year in a row…came in first on both the 1-meter and 3-meter boards against Clark on November 1…was first at the 3-meter height against Brandeis, WPI and Smith on November 9…posted an 11-dive score of 402.00 at Norwich on November 15…won both diving events against Simmons on December 2…won the 3-meter event against Wellesley and Coast Guard on January 7…posted her top six-dive score on the 1-meter board (267.00) at Wheaton on January 17…recorded her top 3-meter six-dive score (259.25) against Bridgewater State on January 22….came in sixth in the 1-meter event with a school-record score (11 dives) of 439.45 at the NEWMAC Championships on February 22…also finished 11th with a score of 383.90 on the 3-meter board in the conference meet on February 20…finished 19th in both the 1-meter (413.00) and 3-meter (360.70) events at the NCAA regional diving championships on February 27-28.

2013-14: As a first-year, took part in nine of 10 meets, competing in both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving competitions…won once each at both the 1-meter height and the 3-meter height…also finished the season with five second-place finishes and a pair of third-place results…made her collegiate debut coming in second at the 1-meter height at Clark on November 2…finished first in the 3-meter and second at the 1-meter height against Simmons on December 3…was victorious in the 1-meter competition and came in second in the 3-meter event in a tri-meet against Wheaton and Saint Joseph’s on January 18…finished second at the 3-meter height against Bentley in the regular-season finale on January 22…set a then-new-school record with a score of 398.35 (10 dives) to finish eighth at the NEWMAC Championship on February 21…also came in 11th in the 3-meter event at the conference meet…posted her best score of the year at the 3-meter height (380.60) at the NCAA Regional Diving Championship on February 28.