Justin Wilcock Athlete Profile

Justin Wilcock

Justin Wilcock
Position: Diving Height: 6-0 Weight: 170 Roster Years: 1997-1998 | 2000-2002 Hometown: Smithfield, UT Last School: Sky View High School



All-America

  • 1998 CSCAA Second Team 10-meter platform
  • 2002 CSCAA First Team 3-meter board
  • 2002 CSCAA Second Team 1-meter board


Academic All-America

  • 2001 CoSida Second Team

Personal

Majoring in horticulture ... parents are S. Scott and Cathy ... attended Sky View High School ... served an LDS mission in Brussels, Belgium, 1998-2000 ... will be helping Keith Russell coach the diving squads in 2004-2005

At BYU

1998: WAC Champion on 1M, 3M and platform ... qualified for NCAA's on 1M, 3M and platform ... 16th place at NCAA's on platform ... NCAA All-American on platform ... 2000-2001: Named to the Verizon Academic All-America Second Team ... Cougar Club Scholar Athlete ... MWC champion in the one-meter springboard event and the platform event while finishing second on the three-meter board ... named MWC Diver of the Year ... MWC Diver of the Week on Jan. 10.

Before BYU

Also lettered in track at Sky View High School ... member of National Honor Society, Academic all-state his senior year ... named Sky View's most valuable diver ... four-time regional champion ... four-time medal winner at state championships ... 1996 Honorable Mention All-America ... 1997 All-American ... placed first at the NISCA All-America diving meet ... finalist for the Dial Award ... recognizing sport, academic, and community involvement ... four-time J.O. National Qualifier ... sixth place on 10 meter ... two-time Senior National qualifier.

Other College

Represented the United States at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens ... Competed despite suffering from back problems and drew accolades of toughness and courage from media



1997-1998 | Freshman Year

WAC Champion on 1M, 3M and platform ... qualified for NCAA's on 1M, 3M and platform ... 16th place at NCAA's on platform ... NCAA All-American on platform

2000-2001 | Sophomore Year

Named to the Verizon Academic All-America Second Team ... Cougar Club Scholar Athlete ... MWC champion in the one-meter springboard event and the platform event while finishing second on the three-meter board ... named MWC Diver of the Year ... MWC Diver of the Week on Jan. 10.

2001-2002 | Junior Year

Cougar Club Scholar Athlete...Academic All-MWC Team...Named to the Verizon Academic All-America Second Team... won the platform event at the USC Invite...won the 1-meter and 3-meter events at the BYU Invite...won five individual events during the regular season...swept the finals at the MWC Championships in the 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform, setting records in two of the events...First-team All-MWC in the 1-meter, 3-meter and platform events...Named MWC Diver of the Week Dec. 5...Named MWC Diver of the Year for the second consecutive year...Named First-team All-American in finishing 7th place at the NCAA Nationals in the 3-meter with a score of569.35...named second-team All-America in the 1-meter and platform at the NCAAs in Athens, Georgia