Jacob Siler

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Player profile

  • Year Junior
  • Height 5-5
  • Hometown Knoxville, Tenn.
  • Last School L&N STEM Academy
  • Club Team Tennessee Diving

Career Honors

  • CSCAA All-American
    • 1-Meter (2020)
    • 3-Meter (2020)
    • Platform (2020)
  • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar (2020)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2019, 2020)
  • Ohio State Scholar-Athlete (2018, 2019, 2020)
  • CSCAA First Team Scholar All-American (2018, 2019, 2020)
  • Big Ten Sportsmanship Award (2020)

2019-20 (Junior)

  • Had a total of five victories on the year
  • Won the 1-meter dive vs. Penn State and Virginia Tech
  • Totaled a season-best 409.80 to win on the 3-meter board vs. Denison
  • Won the platform dive at the OSU Fall Invite with a score of 397.40
  • Followed that with a win on platform vs. Kentucky and a 3-meter win at the Shamrock Invitational with a solid score of 402.10
  • Had a good performance at the Big Ten Championships, finishing fourth with an NCAA A qualifying score of 416.95 on the platform, sixth overall on the 1-meter board (335.95) and third in the B final of the 3-meter board (333.35)

2018-19 (Sophomore)

  • Competed at the NCAA Championships on all three boards, finishing 32nd on both Platform (279.45) and 3-Meter (305.85).
  • Finished third on Platform at the NCAA Zone C Diving Championships, turning in a score of 722.30; also finished eighth on 1-Meter (685.55) and 11th on 3-Meter (694.10).
  • Claimed fifth placed on 3-Meter at the Big Ten Championships, registering a team-best score of 429.40, and finished 10th on Platform with a score of 386.80.
  • Represented Ohio State at the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Platform with a score of 313.40 for 11th overall.
  • Placed in the Top Three six times over the season at five different meets.
  • Led the team on 3-Meter with a score of 429.40, good for fifth in the Big Ten

2017-18 (Freshman)

  • NCAA Qualifier on platform
  • Placed 11th on platform with a score of 654.10 at the NCAA Zone C qualifier to advance to the NCAA Championships
  • Finished 12th on three-meter (413.35), 13th on platform (404.35) and 15th on one-meter (343.85) at the Big Ten Championships
  • Claimed first on three-meter vs. Alabama
  • Placed in the Top Five at eight meets during the season