Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Diego, CA
High School: Santana HS
Major: Human Biology
Experience: 3 Letters


Three-time NCAA qualifier (2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18), advancing to main draw in 2017 and 2018 ... One-time All-American (one-meter in 2018) ... One All-America honorable mention (three-meter in 2017) ... Two-time PCSC champion.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2017-18
All-American (three-meter) ... NCAA Championships qualifier ... PCSC Championships Women's Diver of the Meet ... PCSC All-Academic Second Team ... Athlete of the Week (12/4) ... Earned All-America honors after compiling 434.70 points and placing fifth in the one-meter dive at the NCAA Championships ... Qualified for third straight NCAA meet during double dual at San Diego State (12/1), with personal-best total of 286.35 points on three-meter board, placing second ... Swept one- and three-meter springboard competitions at third PCSC Championships, aiding Triton women to 10th straight team title.

All-America honorable mention (three-meter) ... CSCAA Scholar All-America First Team ... PCSC All-Academic Second Team ... UC San Diego Diver of the Year ... Earned All-America honorable mention with 16th-place showing (387.50 over 11 dives) in three-meter competition at NCAA Championships (3/11) ... Placed 17th (355.00) on one-meter board at NCAA Championships (3/9) ... Competed in all nine meets, including PCSC Championships ... Made season debut in opener at San Diego State (10/14) ... Qualified for second NCAA Championships at Lancer Dive Invite (11/19) ... Advanced past pre-qualification meet (3/7) and into main draw at NCAA Championships on basis of eighth-place finish on three-meter board (247.30), becoming first Triton to accomplish feat in over a decade.

UC San Diego Diver of the Year ... Made college debut in season opener vs. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ... Swept the one-meter (248.63 points) and three-meter (244.58) events against the Athenas in first career competition ... Earned first trip to NCAA Championships for pre-qualification with six-dive score of 280.35 on three-meter board vs. CSU Bakersfield (1/9) on her 19th birthday, placing second ... Swept both boards (245.16, 252.90) in regular-season finale vs. USD (1/30), also achieving an 11-dive qualifying mark of 417.36 on one meter.

Competed for San Diego State Divers from 2012-15.

A 2015 graduate of Santana High School in Santee ... All-Valley League First Team and Team MVP from 2012-15 ... Captained Sultans in 2014-15 ... League Diver of the Year and league champion from 2013-15 ... San Diego County Scholar-Athlete Award in 2015 ... Broke school and league records in 2013, and again at 2015 Valley League Championships ... Placed fifth at CIF meet in 2014 and fourth in 2015 ... Top scores on one-meter board were 255.35 for six dives and 444.65 for 11.

Born Jan. 9 in Coronado ... Parents are Joseph and Cara Abrantes, who both attended San Diego State ... Has three older brothers named J.T., Jacob and Alex, an older sister named NiCollete, and a younger sister named Noelle ... Cousins Danielle and Lauren Honrath swam at Villanova and Vermont, respectively ... Human biology major at Marshall College ... Interested in pursuing an M.S. in a biological science and working in a forensics biology lab or medical discovery lab post-graduation ... Most memorable diving moment was advancing past pre-qualification and into main draw at 2017 NCAA Championships ... Favorite UCSD moment is celebrating team's third-place finish at 2016 NCAA meet ... Enjoys reading, drawing and surfing ... Favorite athlete is U.S. Olympic diver Kassidy Cook ... Top movies are Mother!, The Shape of Water and The Informant ... Listens to Arctic Monkeys, Red Hot Chili Peppers and J. Cole ... Loves asparagus ... Has listed former English teacher Martin Johnson, community club leader Gina Melton, high school diving coach Dustin Webster and her parents among greatest influences ... Appeared in a Home Town Buffet commercial at 13 ... Is a quarter Filipino.

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