Mauricio  Robles

Mauricio Robles

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Monterrey, Mexico

High School:
Preparatoria #1

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 153

Event:
Diving

CAREER HONORS

ALL-AMERICA CERTIFICATES (7)
2015 - 3
2014 - 3
2012 - 1

SEC MEDAL COUNT (9)
Gold: 4
2016: Platform diving
2016: 1M diving
2015: 1M Springboard
2012: Platform Diving
Silver: 2
2014: 1M Springboard, 3M Springboard
Bronze: 3
2016: 3M Diving
2015: 3M Springboard
2012: 3M Springboard

CAREER AWARDS
2015 All-American
2015 SEC Diver of the Meet
2015 All-SEC
2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2014 All-American
2014 SEC Diver of the Year
2014 All-SEC (1st Team)
2014 SEC Diver of the Week (2 times)
2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2012 All-American
2012 All-SEC
2012 SEC All-Freshman Team

2015-16 - REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE

SEC MEET RECAP
  • Took gold in platform diving with a final score of (439.90)
  • Won second gold on the season in 1 meter diving earning 32 team points and a (459.75) final
  • Won bronze medal in Men's 3 meter diving with a final score of (402.85) and 27 team points
  • 2014-15 - REDSHIRT JUNIOR

    AWARDS
    2015 All-American
    2015 SEC Diver of the Meet
    2015 All-SEC
    2015 SEC Academic Honor Roll

    DUAL MEET RECAP

    • During dual meet season, won 1-meter five times, 3-meter six times and platform once.
    • Robles scored the highest marks in both the 1-meter and 3-meter springboard events at UNCW, earning a first place finish in the 1-meter (327.00).
    • Has won the 3-meter competition twice now after his 412.65 score at UNC earned him the win (and helped him SEC Diver of the Week)
    • At UNC, Robles also earned a second place in the 1-meter, thanks to a 354.23 score.
    • Against Indiana and Kentucky, earned two top-3 finishes in an almost 20-diver field, including the reigning NCAA diver of the year from Indiana
    • Opened the 2015 calendar year by winning the 3-meter springboard in four consecutive meets. He posted at least a 400 score on the 3-meter board 10 times between the regular season and championship events.
    • Qualified for NCAAs thanks to three top-five finishes at the NCAA Zone B Championships, winning the platform, taking third on the 1-meter and fifth on the 3-meter.

    SEC RECAP

    • Reached the championship final (top 8) in all three diving events.
    • Won his second career title, winning the 1-meter springboard in a school-record score of 421.15.
    • Next day, placed third in the 3-meter springboard with a career-best score of 432.20. His teammate, Liam Stone, won the title.
    • Ended the meet by taking seventh on the platform (398.45).

    NCAA RECAP
    • Earned All-America honors on all three boards for the second-consecutive season.
    • Best result was an eight-place finish on the 3-meter board (422.45).
    • Took 10th on the 1-meter (397.75) and 15th on the platform (362.25).

    2013-14 - REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE

    AWARDS
    2014 All-American
    2014 SEC Diver of the Year
    2014 All-SEC (2nd Team)
    2014 SEC Diver of the Week (1 time)
    2014 SEC Academic Honor Roll

    DUAL MEET RECAP

    • Competed in all five fall meets for the Vols, putting together a near-perfect record for Tennessee to start the year
    • In the fall, he placed first in 11 of 13 competitions. He won the 1-meter springboard five times, the 3-meter springboard five times and the platform once.
    • He ended the fall semester on a high note at the Georgia Tech Invitational. He earned SEC Diver of the Week honors for the first time in his career by winning all three diving events. He scored a career-best 387.85 on the 1-meter and season-bests 403.90 on the 3-meter board and 380.30 on the platform.

    SEC RECAP

    • Scored a season-high 418.10 to earn the silver medal in the 3-meter springboard
    • Repeated his efforts the next night on the 1-meter springboard, posting a 395.20 score to earn his second silver in as many nights

    NCAA RECAP

    • Earned the bronze medal in 3-meter diving, scoring 406.65 in the evening finals.
    • Collected All-America honors in all three diving events on his return to the NCAA stage, also placing 11th in the 1 meter and 15th in the platform

    2012-13 - SOPHOMORE

    AWARDS
    2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll

    SEASON RECAP

    • Injured and missed most of the season
    • Took first in the 3-meter in season opener at UNC Wilmington with a score of 320.85 and second in the 1-meter springboard (304.35)
    • Won the 1-meter springboard against Louisville, and finished second in the 3-meter
    • Again finished first in the 1-meter against Ohio State
    • At the Tennessee Invitational, scored a 382.60, at the time a season best, on the 3-meter springboard and took second in his first platform competition of the year.

    2011-12 - FRESHMAN

    AWARDS
    2012 All-American
    2012 All-SEC
    2012 SEC All-Freshman Team

    SEASON RECAP

    • Won first place in platform diving at the Tennessee Invitational with a season-best 404.00
    • Placed second in the 3-meter against Indiana and Kentucky with a 380.10
    • Earned third in the 3-meter at the Tennessee Invitational with a season-best 389.50
    • Took fourth in the 1-meter at Louisville with 279.30
    • Placed fifth in the 1-meter at the Tennessee Invitational with a season-best 344.00
    • Had a career best in the 1-Meter Diving during the SEC-Prelim. with the score of 357.55
    • Placed 6th in the 1-Meter Diving during SEC Championship with the score of 351.05
    • Placed 3rd and had a career best in the SEC Championship with the score of 412.90 in the 3-Meter Diving
    • Placed first during the SEC Championship in Platform Diving with a career high score of 438.35
    • Finished 28th with a score of 261.55 in the 1-meter at NCAAs
    • Posted a score of 346.45 in the 3-meter at NCAAs to finish 21st
    • Placed 9th in Platform Diving at NCAAs with a score of 355.30

    PRIOR TO TENNESSEE

    • Dove on the national and international scales
    • Won three gold medals at an international event in Montreal in 2010
    • That same year, he took two silver and two bronze medals at a national event in Jalisco, Mexico
    • Finished fifth on platform at the Junior World Championships in 2008.

    PERSONAL

    • Born May 17, 1993, in Monterrey, Mexico
    • Parents names are Gil Robles Sasia and Hermila Rodriguez Veloz
    • Has an older brother, Gil, and a younger sister, Sofia
    • Outside interests include watching movies and hiking
    • Recipient of the Vicky & Phillip Fulmer Diving Endowment

 

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