Ashley Karnes
Ashley Karnes

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Bloomington, Ind.

High School:
Bloomington North

Height:
5-3

Event:
Diving

Birthdate:
01/02/1988

Experience:
3L



05/20/2013

Boudia & Tweardy Qualify for Upcoming International Events

Boudia advances to World Championships, Tweardy headed to World University Games.

2009-10: Voted team captain along with Leah Henninger, Christine Inman, Christina Jacobs and Allie Smith

2008-09: Academic All-Big Ten...1- and 3-meter All-American...broke school record in both events...won bronze medal in 1-meter at FISU World University Games (7/4)...scored 277.85 to reach podium in first career international competition...Big Ten 1-meter champion...Big Ten co-Diver of the Championships...won conference title off 1-meter with school-record score of 341.55 at Big Ten Championships (2/19)...score broke previous record of 340.20 set in 2007 by Amanda Miller...broke school record with 383.35 score while finishing second off 3-meter at Big Ten Championships (2/20)...bettered Carrie McCambridge's total of 380.50 from 2006...finished fourth in 1-meter with 315.40 points at NCAA Championships (3/19)...also scored 354.30 points off 3-meter for seventh-place finish (3/20)...broke Doris Z. Holloway Pool record with 363.50 score while winning 3-meter at Indiana Intercollegiates (10/18)...also won 1-meter with 297.80 points...finished third in 1-meter at NCAA Zone C Diving Championships (3/14)...also placed fifth in 3-meter (3/13)...finished fourth in 1-meter with 270.85 score at AT&T National Diving Championships (8/12)...scored 266.90 to place fifth from 1-meter at Speedo USA Diving Spring National Championships (4/22)...won 1-meter with 288.62 points at Northwestern (11/7)...won 1-meter after scoring 314.63 at Purdue Challenge (11/15)...also finished second in 3-meter with 325.43 points (11/14)...won 3-meter with 343.90 points at Art Adamson Invitational (11/21)...also won 1-meter after scoring 296.05 points (11/22)...won 1-meter after scoring 294.65 points in Big Ten Duals at Minnesota (1/30)

2007-08: Named to the Coach's Honor Roll after the spring semester ... won three Big Ten Diver of the Week awards ... competed at the Big Ten Championships in both the 1-meter and 3-meter springboard diving events ... placed second in 1-meter with a personal-best score of 317.45 ... also placed third in 3-meter with a personal-best score of 335.00 ... finished first in both the 1-meter and 3-meter dives versus Miami (Ohio) ... set a personal-best score of 286.58 on the 1-meter against the Redhawks ... placed first in the 1-meter and 3-meter events against Michigan State and Northwestern/Texas A&M ... went on a nine-event winning streak to begin 2008 on both 1-meter and 3-meter springboard.

2006-07: Named to Coach's Honor Roll following 2007 Spring semester ... scored off both springboards during Big Ten debut ... placed eighth on 1-meter with 254.70 points ... was sixth on 3-meter with personal best total of 326.80 points, which is also the third-highest score in program history ... placed second on 1-meter in collegiate debut vs. Arizona State, scoring a season best 278.93 points ... winner of the 1-meter title at the Purdue Duals, collecting 249.45 points ... recorded two top-five showings on springboards at Michigan State ... runner-up on 3-meter with 289.90 points at the Minnesota/Wisconsin triangular.

High School: Graduated Bloomington High School North in December of 2005 ... nine-time junior national qualifier since 2001 ... 3-meter champion at the 2005 winter and summer regional IV championships ... member of four sectional championship teams with Bloomington North ... four-year varsity letterwinner ... as a junior, placed sixth off the 1-meter at the state championships ... placed ninth off the 1-meter as a sophomore and was 22nd as a freshman ... following freshman year, was presented with team's Rookie of the Year Award and its Mental Attitude Award.

Personal: Given name is Ashley Diane Karnes ... born Jan. 2, 1988 ... daughter of Greg and Diane Karnes ... has an older brother, Josh, and a younger brother, Tyler ... majoring in movement and sports sciences.