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Danielle Reitsma
Player Profile:
Danielle Reitsma 1795498
Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Calgary, Alberta
Club: Dive Calgary
Major: Health Science

2015-16: Competed in twenty overall events (eight one meter, eight three meter and four on platform)...finished in the top 10 on four occasions with a high score of 289.05 when she finished second against James Madison in the one meter...in three meter competition she finished in the top 10 three times with a high score of 301.58 in the season opener against South Carolina when she placed third, also finished second later in the season against James Madison...on the platform she finished with a high score of 251.70, finished the season seventh overall in one meter scoring, seventh in the three meter and first on platform.


2013-14: Joined the team in January...competed in six meets with six one and three-meter events and three platform events...set the school record platform score with a mark of 255.90 at the ACC Championships...recorded six NCAA Zones qualifying scores with two in each event...finished in the top five of an event seven times...finished first in the first ever platform diving at McHugh Natatorium with a score of 229.50...competed in all three events at both the ACC Championships and NCAA Zone B Championships...highest Clemson finisher in one-meter and platform events at ACC Championships with scores of 264.25 and 255.90, respectively...advanced to the finals in the platform diving at NCAA Zones to finish 10th overall, first ever Tiger to advance to finals at the meet...finished 26th in the three-meter diving and 31st in the one-meter diving

Before Clemson: Named a Canadian Junior National Qualifier and finalist since 2008...finished fourth in the Girls Group A Platform in the 2013 Speedo Junior Elite National Championships...won a silver medal in the Girls one-meter and platform events at the 2013 Toon Town Western Classic...also earned bronze medal in the Girls Open one-meter at that competition...traveled to China in March 2013 for an 11-day training camp.

Personal: Her twin brother, Terrance, plays volleyball at Capilano University in Vancouver...majoring in health science.

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