|High School:||Polytechnic School|
Finished fourth in the Platform finals at the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships with an overall score of 538.45 ... Was 17th in the Platform prelims at the NCAA Championships in Atlanta ... Finished fourth in the Platform event at Pac-12s ... Placed sixth in the 1-Meter finals and seventh in the 3-Meter finals at Pac-12s ... Finished first in the Platform event at the Bruin Diving Invite with a 321.95, just shy of her own UCLA record (323.15) in the event ... Scored season bests in the 1-Meter (289.75) and 3-Meter (321.50) events at the Bruin Diving Invite ... Earned First Team Pac-12 All-Academic honors.
Scored a career-best 293.10 in the 1-Meter at the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships ... Shattered the UCLA school record in the Platform final at Pac-12s ... Lenz posted a five-dive total of 323.15 to finish third ... Was ninth in the 1-Meter at Pac-12s with a 273.15 ... Earned First-Team CSCAA Scholar ALl-America and Pac-12 All-Academic honors ... voted Most Improved by the team.
Lenz won a silver medal in the Platform at the AT&T USA Diving National Championships in Knoxville, Tenn. in August … had a personal-best and National Meet-best score of 312.60 … was the seventh-highest women’s point scorer, also competing in the 1-Meter (15th, 238.25), 3-Meter (22nd, 251.05) and Synchronized 3-Meter (4th, 2:57.31) … took part in the USA Diving National Preliminary Zone D Championships in Mission Viejo in July to help her qualify for Nationals … was second in both the Platform (275.40) and 3-Meter (257.80), fourth in the Synchro 3-Meter (228.96) and fifth in the 1-Meter (231.85).
Was fourth in the Platform event at the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships (268.85), ninth in the 3-Meter (322.70) and 14th in the 1-Meter (269.70) … set a personal best with a 329.80 in the 3-Meter at the Pac-12 Championships, finishing sixth … was also sixth in the Platform (271.35) and ninth in the 1-Meter (282.10) … posted dual meet wins in the 1-Meter against Arizona and Oregon State/UCSB/FGCU (282.00), placing second versus California and Stanford and third against USC (271.65) and Arizona State … won the 3-Meter against Arizona (289.20) and OSU/UCSB/FGCU (290.75), finishing second versus Stanford and Utah and third against USC (293.55) … earned Pac-12 Diver of the Month honors for November … was second in the Platform at the Bruin Diving Invitational (284.85), fifth in the 1-Meter with a personal-best 285.60 and seventh in the 3-Meter (293.30) … recorded a 13th-place finish in the 3-Meter (260.20) at the USA Diving Winter National Championships in Austin and an 18th-place finish in the Platform (232.25) … was third in the 3-Meter (298.60) at the Wildcat Diving Invitational, seventh in the Platform and ninth in the 1-Meter (263.55) … named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll all three quarters.
Participated in the 1-Meter, 3-Meter and Synchronized 3-Meter at the USA Diving National Preliminary Zone D Championships in Tucson, Ariz., finishing sixth, sixth and fifth, respectively, in those three events.
CLUB: SOCAL DIVE
Lenz was a four-year diver at Polytechnic School in Pasadena, Calif. ... was a four-time All-American and All-CIF selection ... was a three-time CIF champion and four-time league champion ... CIF Masters champion in 2011 ... club team is SoCal Dive Club under coach Scott Reich ... was an Olympic Trials semifinalist on the Platform in 2012 ... finished fourth in the 1-Meter, fifth in the Platform and 11th in the 3-Meter at the '12 Junior Nationals ... member of the Junior Elite Performance squad since 2010 and was a National Team member that year ... was fourth in the Platform at both the 2010 Youth Olympic Games and the '10 Junior World Championships ... was the Junior National Diving champion on the Platform in '09 and second on the Platform in '07 and '09 at the Junior Pan Ams.
Born Nov. 16, 1994 in Pasadena, Calif.. ... daughter of Maria-Perrig and Heinz-Josef Lenz ... has three sisters, Felicitas, Cosima and Daria ... majoring in psychobiology.
Annika Lenz’s Career Bests
1-Meter 293.10 (NCAA Zone E Diving Championships)
Platform 323.15 (Pac-12 Championships) - 1st All-Time at UCLA