Is the second Seminole in history to win ACC Meet MVP three times. Since platform was added to the ACC meet, Carlson is the only diver in FSU history to win a medal in all three diving events at a single ACCs.
• ACC Diver of the Year – 2017, 2020
• ACC Diving Meet MVP – 2017, 2019, 2020
• ACC Champion – 2020 – 3-meter, Platform; 2017 – Platform
• ACC Medalist – 2020 – 1-meter silver, 2019- 3-meter bronze, 2018- 3-meter bronze, 2017 – 1-meter bronze
Named the ACC Diver of the Year for the second time in her career…qualified for her fourth NCAAs and will dive in all three events after finishing second on 1-meter (579.75), third on 3-meter (646.10) and fifth on platform (512.10) at the Zone B Championships…ACC Diving Meet MVP…won platform and 3-meter and was second on 1-meter…took second on 1-meter (298.15) won 3-meter (332.80) against FAU and Miami…was the winner on 3-meter (363.90) against No. 17 Alabama…was the runner-up on platform with a score of 261.05 at the House of Champions Invite…added a fourth place finish in 1-meter (289.80) and took third on 3-meter (312.75)…placed second on 1-meter (298.15) before winning 3-meter (332.8) against FAU and Miami…was third on 3-meter (332.10) and second on 1-meter (282.45) at LSU…won 3-meter (363.90) and was just off the school record against No. 17 Alabama…was the runner-up on 3-meter (315.45) and took third on 1-meter (291.53) at No. 1 Florida…was second on both boards against West Florida, North Florida and Florida Southern…took third on 3-meter (315.15) and second on 1-meter (296.63) at Georgia Tech…was second on 1-meter (278.40) before winning 3-meter (326.10) and was named the ACC Diver of the Week following the upset of No. 18 Minnesota…took third on 1-meter (269.70) and second on 3-meter (301.95) against No. 22 Duke…was second on 1-meter (275.48) to start the season at Notre Dame…named a FSU Torchbearer 100
Qualified for her third NCAAs and dove a full list…Was named the ACC Diving Meet MVP for the second time in her career after she won bronze on 3-meter (318.95), finished fourth on platform (231.70) and ninth on 1-meter (259.50)…her platform event was the first in almost two years after suffering a series of wrist injuries…won 3-meter (321.60) and 1-meter (299.85) vs. GT and Pitt and was awarded the ACC Diver of the Week…won 3-meter (327.45) and placed second on 1-meter (273.08) at No. 13 Minnesota and won her second ACC Diver of the Week following the performance…was third on 1-meter (298.50) and second on 3-meter (343.80) vs. Arizona State…took fourth on 3-meter (307.50) and was second on 1-meter (293.85) vs. No. 10 UF
Earned an All-America honorable mention with a 15th place finish on 3-meter at the NCAA Championships…won bronze on 3-meter with a score of 330.95 at the ACC Championships and was also 17th on 1-meter with a total of 244.75…was victorious on 1-meter with a score of 280.95 against Minnesota and also added a third place showing on 3-meter at 303.23 …placed third on 3-meter in the tri-meet against VT and Duke…was selected to the All-ACC Academic Team….member of the ACC Honor Roll
Was selected as the ACC Female Diver of the Year becoming the first Seminole to earn the honor is school history…placed 14th on platform at the NCAA Championships earning an All-America honorable mention…also dove a full list at NCAAs…was named the 2017 ACC Diving Meet MVP after winning the title on platform (284.05) grabbing bronze on 1-meter (307.65) on top of a fourth place finish on 3-meter (335.10)…Competed at the Junior World Championships for Canada and placed eighth on 3-meter…selected as the Golden Nole winner for women’s diving…member of the ACC Honor Roll
A member of the Canadian National Team where she has represented her country at a wealth of international competitions…she is a two-time Junior Pan American Champion on 3-meter. ..competed at the 2014 Youth Olympics, 2014 Junior World Championships on top of winning gold on 3-meter at the International Youth Diving Meet in 2014…a 12-time junior national medalist…placed fifth on 3-meter at Olympic Trials in 2016…won gold on 3-meter at the Elite Junior National Championships in the summer of 2016 with a score of 505.30.
Born Sept. 23, 1998…daughter of Jason Carlson and Kathleen Trivers…a member of Diving Plongeon Canada where she is coached by Gilles Emptoz-Lacote…has been on the honor roll at West Hill for entire career…sister Megan swims for Lynn University.