LSU Gold
San Antonio, Texas
High School
Business Careers HS

2005-06 SEC Freshman Diver of the Year

Concluded another quality season in all three diving events … Tallied a score of 239.50 in the 3-meter springboard at the NCAA Zone ‘B’ Regional … Recorded a season-high mark in the platform at the SECs (239.30) … Secured first-place in the 3-meter event versus No. 18 Texas A&M with a career-high score of 330.85 … Part of a 1-2-3 LSU finish in the 3-meter at the same competition … Captured runner-up honors  in the 3-meter versus Delta State … Finished third in the 3-meter (303.22) against Georgia … Placed sixth in the 3-meter springboard at the Georgia Tech Invitational … Notched top-four finishes in both diving competitions against the fifth-ranked Florida Gators … Received his third varsity letter.

LSU’s top diver in the 1-meter and 3-meter, posting team-high scores … Qualified for two finals at the NCAA Zone B Regional, including the 1-meter and platform … Finished 15th in the 1-meter (576.30), 31st in the 3-meter (258.85) and 16th in the platform (519.85) at Zones … Earned a berth in the 1-meter finals at the SEC Championships and placed eighth overall (313.55) … The Tigers’ highest finisher in the 3-meter at SECs, taking 13th (292.10) … Also placed 16th in the platform at SECs (221.85) … Recorded three first-place finishes in dual-meet competition while taking runner-up honors four times … Posted a career-high 1-meter score of 321.45 in a second-place finish at Texas A&M … Took runner-up honors in the 1-meter at the Georgia Tech Invitational (323.30) … Led LSU to a victory at the Art Adamson Invitational with third-place scores in the 3-meter and platform and a second-place tally in the 1-meter … Swept both events against No. 5 Florida with scores of 289.27 (1-meter) and 319.20 (3-meter) … Finished nearly 10 points better than that of the Gators’ highest scorer in the 1-meter … Also recorded a win in the 1-meter versus No. 21 Alabama (302.84) … Earned his second varsity letter.

Awarded for a brilliant freshman season as the SEC Freshman Diver of the Year — the second straight year an LSU diver has received the honor … Niko Dalman won the award in 2004-05 … Reached the NCAA Zone B Regional and qualified for the finals of the 1-meter … Took 19th overall in the 1-meter (511.75)  and finished 15th in the platform (466.80) … One of few freshmen to qualify for two finals at the SEC Championships … Finished eighth in the platform final (220.60) … Scored a mark of 249.15 to earn a berth in those finals … Was 12th in the 3-meter at SECs (274.10) and seventh in the 1-meter finals (290.90) … Highest finish at the Georgia Invitational was 14th place in the 3-meter (271.35) … Earned his first varsity letter.

A four-year letterwinner at Business Careers High School in San Antonio … Coached by Tommy Law … Named first-team all-state three years in a row … Placed second in the state of Texas in the 1-meter in 2004 and was also an All-American … Six-time U.S. Junior Olympic National qualifier … Three-time Business Careers High School Male Athlete of the Year … Member of the National Honor Society and graduated in the top-15 percent of his class.

Born March 4, 1987 … Parents are Frederick and Patricia Schreiber … Has one sister, Natalie … Majoring in general studies.

1-meter (six dives), 330.85, 2008 vs. Texas A&M   
3-meter (six dives), 343.57, 2006 vs. Texas A&M 
Platform (six dives), 249.15, 2006 SEC Championships

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