Logan Shinholser

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  • Shinholser

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    Burtonsville, Md.

Updated: April 15, 2013

General: Tech's most decorated diver ... Represented the United States in the 2012 Canda Cup FINA Grand Prix in May ... Competed at the 2012 Olympic Trials in all four events ... Competed in the 2012 USA Diving Winter National Championships, finishing fifth in the platform event, fourth in the synchronized platform event and sixth 3-meter event ... The school-record holder in all three events ... four-time All-American ... All-American in all three diving events .... The 2012 ACC Champion in the 1 and 3-meter events ... The 2011 ACC Champion in the platform event.

2012-13: Named the ACC Men's Swimming & Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... A four-time All-ACC Academic honoree ... Hit NCAA Zone qualifying scores at every meet this season ... Won 18 out of the 29 events this season ... Earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in the platform event at the NCAA Championships ... Swept the NCAA Zone Championships to qualify for his fourth-straight NCAA Championships ... Won three silver medals at the ACC Championships to bring in 51 poinst for the H2Okies ... Placed second on the 3-meter and won the 1-meter event at No. 11 Virginia ... Took fifth on the 1-meter and won the 3-meter in the win against William & Mary ... Set the pool record at NC State on the 3-meter, while winning the 1-meter as well ... Was named ACC Male Diver of the Week for his efforts against the Vols ... Swept the springboard events against Tennessee ... Tabbed ACC Diver of the Week honors on Dec. 4 after the Georgia Invite ... Won all three events at the Georgia Fall Invitational and set a pool record in the platform event with a season-best 449.15 ... Was named ACC Male Diver of the Week on Nov. 20 for his performance at the H2Okie Fall Invitational ... Swept the diving portion at the H2Okie Fall Invitational ... Tabbed the ACC Male Diver of the Week honor on Oct. 30 for his efforts at Duke and North Carolina ... Recorded two first-place finishes at Duke ... Won the 1-meter event and placed third in the 3-meter in the season-opener at North Carolina.

2011-12: Had a phenomenal junior season, being named the team's Most Valuable Performer, collecting two ACC titles and becoming an All-American in all three diving events to be named the 2012 ACC Men's Diver of the Year ... Finished fifth in the 3-meter, sixth in the platform and seventh in the 1-meter events to earn All-America honors and tally 39 of Tech's 55 points at the NCAA Championships ... Won the 3-meter event at the NCAA Zone A Diving Championships to qualify for the NCAAs ... Swept the 1 and 3-meter events, while placing second in the platform to tally 57 points for Tech at ACCs ... Set school records in the 3-meter and platform events at ACCs ... Won the 3-meter event, while placing third in the 1-meter event in the dual meet against Georgia Tech and Miami ... Placed third in the 1-meter and fourth in the 3-meter against Virginia ... Earned 72 points for the H2Okies at the Yellow Jacket Invitational, taking home both titles in the 1-meter and 3-meter events and also placing fifth in the platform event ... Took home the gold in the 3-meter, while coming in fourth in the 1-meter at Ohio State ... Finished first in the 3-meter, while placing second in the 1-meter in the quad meet against Duke, Florida State and UNC Wilmington ... Took home the 1-meter title against North Carolina ... Swept both the 1 and 3-meter events, while posting his best 3-meter score of the season (386.75) in the season opener against NC State.

2010-11: Had a tremendous season as a sophomore, already becoming one of Tech’s most decorated divers in school history … Became Tech’s first ever diver and second H2Okie male to earn All-America honors, placing fourth in the prelims and eighth in the finals of the platform event at the NCAA Championships … Also placed 23rd on the 1-meter and 26th on the 3-meter at NCAAs … Won the 3-meter and the platform event and came in second behind teammate Ryan Hawkins in the 1-meter at Zone A Championships … Became Tech’s first ever ACC Diving Champion and first ever champion at any conference meet in the platform event, scoring a school-record 449.15 at ACCs … Finished fifth on the 3-meter and eighth on the 1-meter at ACCs … Named Virginia Tech Athlete of the Week twice during the season for his performances at ACCs and NCAAs … Led the male H2Okies and was second only to junior Erika Hajnal in event titles, earning a total of 13 on the season … He won the 1-meter four times, the 3-meter six times and the platform three times … Set a new Tennessee pool record and then-Virginia Tech record in the platform at the Volunteer Invitational, scoring a 436.90 … Had the top score for Virginia Tech in all three events on the season … Finished second in the ACC on the platform and third on the 1- and 3-meter springboards for top marks on the season.

2009-10: Qualified for the NCAA Championships after winning the platform event at the Zone A Diving Championships…Placed 25th in the 3-meter and platform events and 33rd in the 1-meter at NCAAs…Broke school record in the platform event at the ACC Championships with a score of 410.55, taking second in the event…Also finished 12th in the 1-meter event…Placed second and third, respectively, in the 3- and 1-meter events against Penn State.

High School: Dove for Paint Branch High School and the Montgomery Dive Club … Was named to first-team All-Gazette and first-team All-Metro in high school … Was a Junior National multiple finalist for the Montgomery Dive Club.

Personal: Logan Shinholser was born on May 29, 1991, in Washington, D.C. … Son of Steven and Keller Shinholser … Majoring in chemical engineering.

Shinholser's Career Best
1-Meter: 413.50# Platform: 473.60#
3-Meter: 439.65#

# Denotes school record