UND Roster

2015-16 Swimming and Diving Roster

Lindsey Streepey


Height 5'4''
Class Senior
Hometown Dallas, TX
High School Highland Park

AS A SENIOR (2015-16): Had phenomenal senior season, capping career as one of two seniors to make women’s diving squad program history in 2016 … qualified for NCAA Championship alongside Emma Gaboury and Annie Crea, finishing with a score of 240.20 at NCAAs in women’s 1-meter competition … at Zone C meet, finished sixth overall in 1-meter competition with score of 561.95 (278.10 from prelims) to automatically qualify for NCAA Championship … also dove in 3-meter, scoring 243.05, and Platform, finishing just out of automatic contention at 13th (428.00 final score, 191.40 from prelims) … dove at ACC Championship, finishing 10th in 1-meter (281.80), fourth in 3-meter (332.95 finals, 318.65 prelims) and 10th in Platform (242.40) … began season at home against Michigan State, winning both 1-meter (294.00) and 3-meter (322.80) competitions … at Purdue against the Boilermakers and Ohio State, finished as runner-up in 3-meter (300.35) and third in 1-meter (283.20) … at Virginia Tech against the Hokies and Pittsburgh, won the 3-meter competition (316.70) and took fourth in 1-meter (281.70) … in Purdue Invitational, finished second in Platform (261.85), third in 1-meter (302.05 finals, 302.40 prelims) and fourth in 3-meter (311.15 finals, 288.35 prelims) … at Virginia, continued 3-meter excellence by taking first place in the event (322.95) and finishing runner-up in 1-meter (273.60) … placed third in both disciplines (283.30 1-meter, 319.05 3-meter) against Northwestern … in Shamrock Invite, won 3-meter (316.80) and took second in 1-meter (276.30) in last regular season meet … earned a monogram.

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.

PREP & 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 … graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a degree in marketing.