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Saturday 02/22
SEC Championships - Day Five
Swim & Dive
Friday 02/21
SEC Championships - Day Four
Swim & Dive
Thursday 02/20
SEC Championships - Day Three
Swim & Dive
Wednesday 02/19
SEC Championships - Day Two
Swim & Dive
Tuesday 02/18
SEC Championships - Day One
Swim & Dive
Saturday 02/01
Vanderbilt
83
Swim & Dive
203
Saturday 02/01
Kansas
91
Swim & Dive
207
Saturday 01/25
Rice
86
Swim & Dive
207
Saturday 01/25
Clemson
19
Swim & Dive
230
Saturday 01/11
Alabama
172
Swim & Dive
128
Saturday 01/11
Kentucky
143.5
Swim & Dive
156.5
Saturday 11/23
Missouri Invite - Day Three
Swim & Dive
Friday 11/22
Missouri Invite - Day Two
Swim & Dive
Thursday 11/21
Missouri Invite - Day One
Swim & Dive
Saturday 11/09
Missouri State
88.5
Swim & Dive
203.5
Saturday 10/26
Nebraska
95
Swim & Dive
205
   
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Alex House
Position: Diver
Height: 5'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Wildwood, Mo.
High School: Eureka HS
Club: St. Louis Diving Club
Experience: 3 Years
Alex House
Courtesy: Associated Press
Release: 10/06/2008

JUNIOR (2010-11): Alex House earned two first-place finishes on the three-meter board for the Razorbacks during the 2010-11 season. She combined for five top three finishes on the season in each of the three diving events. She picked up her first win on the three-meter board against BYU when she scored 315.98 on the springboard. She came back against Drury to top the pack with her season and career-best mark of 337.65. House also set a new career-high score on the one-meter when she finished second at Kansas with a score of 287.48. She earned NCAA Zone qualifying scores at five meets throughout the season on the three-meter board. She finished sixth against Missouri and South Carolina, helping the Razorbacks to a win over each opponent. House was sixth on the platform at the Purdue Invitational, marking her best finish of the season on the tower. Her best score in the event came in the dual vs. Drury when she earned a score of 217.88. House was named to the SEC Community Service Team for the second straight year.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10): House posted the first two wins of her collegiate career against North Texas as she swept the diving events with a pair of strong performances. The St. Louis native scored 256.73 on the one-meter followed by a then career-high 291.38 on the three-meter. She bettered her mark on three-meter with a 324.53 against Utah. House finished the season with 11 top-five finishes. At the 2010 SEC Championships, her best performance came on the three-meter where she finished 13th with a mark of 283.85, a 70-point improvement from her freshman season. House qualified for NCAA Zone Diving for the second straight season, this year in all three events. Alex was named to the 2009-10 SEC Academic Honor Roll for her work in the classroom, and to the SEC Community Service Team for her volunteer efforts.

FRESHMAN (2008-09): House impressed throughout her freshman season as one of the Razorbacks' most improved athletes. In the final regular season meet against Drury, House qualified for her first NCAA Zone Diving Championships. The meet versus Drury included House's best performance of the season, a second-place finish on the one-meter springboard.

At EUREKA:
House was the dive captain at Eureka and qualified for state championships three years in a row. As a senior, House finished fourth at the state championships. She also broke one-meter dive records in six dive and 11 dive meets at Eureka before coming to Arkansas. House excelled in the classroom as well, graduating with a cumulative GPA of 3.89.

PERSONAL:
Alex House, formerly Alex Roman, was born to Alan and Denice Roman on April 25, 1990, in Wildwood, Mo. She married Hunter House in the summer of 2011. House has a sister and a brother and volunteers weekly with the Campus Crusade for Christ. She is majoring in Spanish/Latin American Studies.


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