|Hometown:||Laguna Niguel, CA|
|High School:||Dana Hills HS|
2015-16 (Sophomore) -- Broke the program record on the 3-meter board with an aggregate score of 310.80 on Jan. 16 versus UC Santa Cruz, shattering the old record set by Sami McIntyre in 2013 (288.70) ... also etched her name in program history on the 1-meter board with a score of 266.62, good for No. 2 in program history in the event, which she also recorded against UC Santa Cruz in the 172-90 victory ... both of her scores qualified her for the NCAA Zone E Regionals in Flagstaff, Ariz. from March 7-9 ... finished 38th overall in the 3-meter championship, with a six-dive score of 242.55 ... also finished 52nd overall during the preliminary round on the women's 1-meter board at the NCAA Zone E Regionals, with a combined score of 214.35.
2014-15 (Freshman) -- Collected a victory on the 3-meter board with a score of 261.67 against Wyoming on Nov. 15 ... advanced to the 1-meter championship round of the Bruin Diving Invitational at UCLA on Jan. 19, compiling a prelims score of 222.85, which ranks as the program's fourth-best performance since the current six-dive format was implemented prior to the start of the 2000-01 season ... finished 17th overall with a combined score of 441.10 ... picked up victories in the 1-meter and 3-meter dives during the 152-135 Blue-Green Rivalry Dual Meet win on Jan. 31 over UC Santa Barbara, earning 244.65 points on the 1-m (third-best at Cal Poly since 2000-01) ... finished fourth out of 18 divers at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center with a six-round total of 251.60 on the second day of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships on Feb. 19 in Pasadena.
Prep -- Competed at Dana Hills High School and earned All-America status after placing sixth (with an 11-dive score of 459.40) at the Southern Section Division 1 Championships ... earned gold medals in her age group in both the 1-meter (323.15) and 3-meter (357.85) competitions at the 2013 AAU Nationals ... competed for the Crown Valley Divers club.
Personal -- Born on Oct. 25, 1996 in Walnut Creek ... daughter of Randall and Loretta Pierce ... majors in biomedical engineering ... also considered USC, Brown and Georgetown ... chose Cal Poly because of the diving team and the academics.