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David Pfeifer
David Pfeifer
Height: 5-10
Weight: 155
Year: Junior
Hometown: Merrimack, N.H.
High School: Bishop Guertin
Position: Diving
Major: Cognitive Neuroscience & Evolutionary Psychology
House Affiliation: Quincy

Junior 2016-17
Finished 16th in the finals of the three-meter dive at NCAA Zone Championships … Placed third on the three-meter and fourth on the one-meter board at the Ivy Championship Meet … Runner-up on the one- and three-meter boards against Yale … Second on the on-meter and third on the three-meter board against Brown and Penn … Finished sixth on the three-meter and 14th on the one-meter at the Georgia Invite … Fourth on both boards against Columbia … Won the one-meter (308.95) and second on the three-meter against Cornell and Dartmouth.

Sophomore 2015-16
Second team All-Ivy League (one-meter dive) … Won the 3-meter dive against Cornell and Dartmouth with a score of 351.65, while also taking third in the 1-meter … Finished second in the 1- and 3- meter dives at Columbia … Logged in 12th place in the 3-meter event (340.00) and sixth-place in the 1-meter (273.35) at the UGA Invitational ... Raised a win in the three-mtr event (347.20) against Brown and Penn with another win of the day to included in the 1- mtr event (284.85) ... Ran away with the title on the three-meter board (356.00) and edged out a title in the one-meter (295.25) at the H-Y-P meet … Finished second on the one-meter board (300.30) and fourth on the three-meter (315.95) at the Ivy Championship Meet.

Before Harvard:
Four-year diver and senior captain at Bishop Guertin High School … Winner of Bishop Guertin Swimming and Diving MVP (2011 and 2013) and Coach's Award (2014) … Nashua Telegraph Swimmer/Diver of the Year (2013) … Nashua Telegraph All-State Team member (2011-14) … New Hampshire state record holder for six dives and 11 dives … Four-time state champion … Member of 2011 and 2012 High School State Championship teams … Member of the Charles River Diving (2011-14)

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