LSU Gold
San Antonio, Texas
High School
Winston Churchill HS

2011 All-SEC Second Team
2010 SEC Female Freshman Diver of the Year
2010 All-SEC Freshmen Team
SEC Female Diver of the Week (11/3/09)
2010 AT&T National Championships Participant

Emerged as one of the top divers in the conference … Earned All-SEC Second-Team recognition after delivering one of the finest one-meter performances in SEC Championships history … Also led the team in all three events and tallied career highs in the one-meter and three-meter … Captured the silver medal in the one-meter at SEC’s with a program record of 331.15, the third-highest total in meet history under the six-dive format … Also advanced to the final of the three-meter with a career-high 328.75 points, fifth all-time at LSU, before taking eighth overall and finished 18th in the platform … Dove to eighth in the one-meter at the NCAA Zone ‘D’ Regional with a combined score of 551.85 and placed 18th in the three-meter (550.35) … Claimed an impressive runner-up finish in a large one-meter field at the Tennessee Diving Invite and secured eighth in the three-meter … Won the one-meter at the Cougar Classic and recorded runner-up honors in the three-meter … Posted top-three finishes in springboard competition at the LSU Diving Invite … Swept the springboard events in a home victory over Florida State with scores of 326.25 and 290.32 in the three-meter and one-meter, respectively … Also topped the field in both springboard events in a home win over Incarnate Word and a road victory over Tulane … Notched first-place in the one-meter against nationally-ranked Auburn and Notre Dame and collected runner-up honors in the three-meter (322.58) … Defeated the field in the one-meter at Alabama and finished second in the three-meter … Received her second varsity letter.

Proved to be the top freshman diver in the SEC, earning Freshman Diver of the Year and All-SEC Freshmen Team honors … Also received SEC weekly honors three times … Competed in 10 dual meets, Alabama’s Christmas Diving Classic, Georgia’s Diving Invitational, SEC Championships and NCAA Zone ‘D’ Diving Regional … Barely missed qualifying for her first NCAA Championships appearance, finishing one spot short in seventh-place in the three-meter at Zone’s with a combined two-round score of 605.85 … Also claimed ninth in the one-meter (525.90) and 14th in the platform (209.95) … Delivered ninth in the three-meter at SEC’s (309.15) and 12th in the platform with a career-high of 222.25, fourth in school history … Named SEC Diver of the Week (11/3/09) following her effort against Tulane in which she recorded the fifth-best LSU mark all-time in a three-meter win (310.95) and also captured the one-meter title (292.20) … Earned SEC Freshman of the Week accolades (10/20/09) after sweeping the springboard events against nationally-ranked Tennessee … Also picked up SEC Freshman of the Week honors following her performance versus nationally-ranked Texas A&M … Posted a sweep of the springboard events against the Aggies and registered a career high and fifth-best total in school history, 326.03, in the three-meter … Won the one-meter against Florida State … Took runner-up honors in the three-meter versus nationally-ranked Auburn and in a tri-meet against Houston, Rice and Tulane … Received her first varsity letter.

A gifted and versatile diver who excelled in springboard and synchronized diving events at the high school and AAU level … Captured runner-up honors in the three-meter at the 2007 AAU National Championships … Placed third along with teammate Kathryn Connolly in the three-meter synchronized diving competition at the 2008 U.S. National Diving Championships … Also an AAU All-American, three-time Junior Olympic National qualifier and Senior National qualifier … Coached by Craig Nolder.

Born March 17, 1990 in San Angelo, Texas … Parents are Chuck St. Germain and Jean Tamayo … Has two older brothers, Lance and Kyle … Plans to major in kinesiology.

One-meter, 331.15*, 2011 SEC Championships
Three-meter, 328.75, 2011 SEC Championships
Platform, 222.25, 2010 SEC Championships

* – program record


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