All-American on the platform (2006) * ACC Champion on three-meter board (2006) * Two-time All-ACC honoree on springboards
As a Junior (2006-07): Garnered All-America honors on the platform for the second consecutive year with a score of 289.25 at the NCAA Championships, placing 15th ... Recipient of the Fred Lanoue Athletic Achievement Award, the teams most prestigous award ... Placed 22nd and 25th in the one-meter and three-meter competitions at the NCAA Championships ... Finished sixth in the one-meter, fourth in the three-meter, and seventh in the platform competitions at the 2007 NCAA Zone B Championships ... Captured fourth place at the ACC Championships in the one-meter diving event by posting a score of 332.10 in the prelims and 333.65 in the finals ... Posted an NCAA Zone qualifying, team-best mark of 359.80 in the platform at the ACC meet, finishing fourth ... Scored another team-best, Zone qualifying mark of 351.00 in the one-meter diving event at Virginia Tech (1/20) ... Posted a third team-best, Zone qualifying score of 395.35 in the three-meter diving event against Florida Atlantic (1/13).
As a Sophomore (2005-06): Became Tech's first diver in program history to qualify for the NCAA Championships ... Made the most of his first opportunity, finishing sixth in the finals of the platform diving event with a score of 310.70 to earn All-America honors ... Became just the second Tech diver to win an ACC title, capturing the three-meter springboard with a score of 373.05 ... Garnered his second All-ACC honor of the ACC meet with a third-place finish on the one-meter board (335.95) ... Advanced to the NCAA meet by finishing sixth on the platform at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships with a score of 630.50 ... Tallied a pair of 25th-place finishes at the NCAA Championships on the one-meter board (272.80) and three-meter board (269.40).
As a Freshman (2004-05): Quickly became one of Tech's top two divers ... Came within five points of qualifying for the NCAA Championships with a score of 424.65 on the platform at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships ... Made the finals of the three-meter springboard and finished in 13th place with a score of 513.40 at the Zone meet ... Broke the school record on the three-meter board at the ACC Championships, finishing with a score of 537.20 in 11 dives, finishing in fourth place ... Tallied a 16th-place finish on the one-meter board (246.10) at the ACC meet.
High School: A four-year letterwinner at under coach Allyson Heger ... Team captain in from 2002-04 ... Finaled at East Nationals on the one- and three-meter springboards ... Competed at U.S. Jr. Nationals on the three-meter board and platform ... Earned all-region and all-state honors as a senior ... Tallied all-region and second team all-state honors in junior season ... 2003 NISCA All-American and ranked in the Top 40 on the one-meter springboard ... Broke school and pool record with a score of 569.6 on Feb. 7, 2004 ... Lettered in basketball for four seasons as a point guard ... Elected team captain in final season and was named to the first team all-district squad ... Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletics (FCA), Student Leaders and Spanish clubs ... Graduated in the Top 20 of his class ... Dean's List in all four years ... Spanish Honor Society and National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Evan Tyler Stowers on Feb. 20, 1986, in Covington, Ky. ... Parents are Jeff and Mary Stowers ... Father (1972-76) and three brothers, Keith Green, Brenden (1999-2003) and Jordan (2001-present) all played basketball at Northern Kentucky (NCAA Div. II) ... Father is the 10th leading scorer all-time at NKU with 1,410 points ... Brenden was a 2003 All-American and ranks seventh in career free throw percentage (.822) and eighth in assists (344) ... Majoring in international affairs.
|Stowers' Career Top Marks|
* - School Record.