SEC Medal Count: 5
2012: 1-Meter Springboard, 3-Meter Springboard
2013: 3-Meter Springboard
2013 SEC Diver of the Year
2012 All-American (1st team)
2012 SEC Diver of the Year
2012-2013: Redshirt junior and reigning SEC Diver of the Year...won both competitions against season opener at UNC Wilmington: 1-meter and 3-meter... Scored a season best in the 3-meter against Louisville (343.28)... Scored a season best in the 1-meter against Ohio State (308.70) ... SEC Meet: Earned SEC Diver of the Year accolades for the second-consecutive season ... Reigned as the SEC's platform champion, retaining her title and bettering her own meet record with a score of 335.40 ... Also took third on the 3-meter springboard and reached the finals in the 1 meter competition... NCAAs: Finished sixth in 1-meter (312.10) and seventh in 3-meter (321.55)... Medaled 2nd in platform (328.60).
2011-12: Tabbed the SEC Female Diver of the Year after winning the platform and claiming runner-up on the 1- and 3-meter boards at the conference championships...Her platform score of 335.50 is an SEC record...Finished runner-up on the towers at the NCAA Championships to earn First-Team All-American honors after a five-round score of 333.45...Her prelims score of 350.45 at the national meet broke her own UT record in the event...Also set a Lady Vol record in the 3-meter competition with a tally of 381.85 at the league meet...Won on the 3-meter boards at UNC-Wilmington and versus Georgia...Claimed second on the 1-meter at Florida and at UGA...Earned SEC Diver of the Week honors on Jan. 10 after winning the platform event and notching second on the 3-meter boards...Punched her ticket to Olympic Trials after placing fifth USA Diving Winter Nationals on the platform...Holds zone qualifying scores in all three diving events.
2010-11: Saw her season get cut short due to a shoulder injury...In her first collegiate dual meet, won the 1- and 3-meter diving competitions with zone qualifying scores against Arkansas...Again swept both diving competitions versus Louisville, bettering her zone scores from a week prior against the Razorbacks...Tabbed the Southeastern Conference Female Diver of the Week following her performances against the Cardinals...Named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
2009-10: Redshirted due to injury and illness.
HIGH SCHOOL: One of the most decorated diving recruits in Lady Vol history...Placed second on the platform at the Speedo USA Diving Spring National Championship last April to make the U.S. team for the FINA Canada Cup...A three-time All-American and the high school national champion, she set the state record while winning her second-straight state title on the 1-meter board in 2009...Is the reigning U.S. junior champion on the platform...Also made it to the finals in the 1-meter and 3-meter at junior nationals...Placed fifth on the tower at the 2008 Junior Diving World Championships...Selected to the World University Games team after placing second at Senior Nationals but was unable to compete in Belgrade, Serbia, because of injury.
PERSONAL: Is majoring in therapeutic recreation...Is a level 10 gymnast and a regional qualifier in track and field...Enjoys video editing and the piano...Career objective is to be a pediatric occupational therapist...Has a sister, Jennifer, 24...Father, Danny, lettered in track and field at UT in 1982, and mother, Diane, is also a UT alum...Victoria Anne Lamp was born May 2, 1991, in Knoxville, Tenn.