Panthers notch five pool records on the day.
2006-2007: On the first day of competition in the NCAAs, Stultz became the first Panther to earn All-America status since 1997 on the 3M board...is the second diver under the helm of Head Coach Chuck Knoles and the fourth-ever diver to do earn such a distinction...named the Most Valuable Diver at the Big East Championships and won his second consecutive 3M Big East Championship crown after finishing with 368.45...after missing the first half of the season due to injury he finished first on both boards against Virginia...placed fourth on the 3M board at the Georgia Invitational...recorded a second-place finish on the 1M board (328.95) and third on the 3M at the Rutgers Invitational.
2005-2006: Stultz was the 2006 Big East Diver of the Year...earned All-Big East accolades in the 1M, 3M and Platform diving, earning Big East titles in two of the three...placed first on the 3M board at NCAA Diving Zones...earned the solo bid from the men's squad to the NCAA Championships.
2004-2005: Stultz stepped up in his freshman year to add depth and score points for the Panthers...finished first in the 1-meter board, while taking second in the 3-meter dives at the Big East Championshps...earned All-Big East honors in diving...consistently placed in the top-three at meets on both boards.
HIGH SCHOOL: Stultz was a Senior National Synchronized Diving Finalist on the 3-meter board and a Senior National 3-meter semifinalist in individual competition as well...earned Junior National title in 2004 on both the 1-meter and 3-meter boards...was a member of Honor Society and German Club.
PERSONAL: Born August 30, 1985...son of Raymond and Patricia Stultz...has two sisters...a pre-pharmacy major.
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