Harman wins two races to pace Carolina on opening day
Carolina receives honor for the second straight semester
Finishes 16th in the semifinals with score of 513
Rising senior scores 305.8 on six dives
Will compete in semifinals tonight at 7 PT
2010-11 - One of the top divers in the SEC...Finished fourth in 1-meter diving at SEC Championships, scoring career-best 315.95...Earned ninth-place finish on platform at SECs with 229.25, her first attempt at the platform event since coming to South Carolina...Just missed finals in the 3-meter event, finishing 18th...Took 8th place in 3-meter event at NCAA Zone B with 12-dive score of 608.35; barely missed berth in NCAA Championships...Had the Gamecocks' top score on the 3-meter board with a 367.80 vs. Clemson...Posted career-best 311.05 on 1-meter board vs. Alabama/Georgia...Named SEC Diver of the Week following sweep of 1- and 3-meter boards vs. Western Kentucky in season-opener (10/16) and again after another sweep against Alabama/Georgia (1/29)...Defeated defending ACC Champion Abby Johnston on 1-meter board with then-career high 308.93 vs. Duke...Won seven times during the season...Qualified for 2012 Olympic Trials by advancing to 3-meter finals at USA Diving Winter National Championships...Also won 1-meter preliminary round and advanced to semifinals.
2009-10 - Awarded a medical redshirt after suffering a broken leg in November... Injury derailed a promising season... Won six of eight events entered during first four dual meets... Swept both boards in meets at North Carolina/Virginia Tech and Clemson... Named SEC Diver of the Week following UNC/VT meet...Took first place on 3M vs. Kentucky and Tennessee...Score of 330.23 on 3M at Tennessee set a pool record... Top score on 3M was 333.53 vs. Clemson... Top 1M score was 291.08 in season-opening meet vs. Kentucky... Transferred from the University of Houston before the season... Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2008-09 (at Houston) - Competed at NCAA Championships in 1-meter and 3-meter events... Finished in the top 10 in all three events at NCAA Zone D Diving... Runner-up in 1-meter and 3-meter events at C-USA Championships; finished third in platform... Finished 11th at AT&T National Diving Championships in 3-meter (245.60)...Earned sixth-place finish at USA Diving Spring Nationals in 3M synchronized.
2007-08 (at Houston) - Finished 15th in platform diving at NCAA Championships to earn first All-America honor...Was runner-up in 1-meter event at NCAA Zone D with 566.25 points...Won the Conference USA 3-meter championship with a score of 287.25...Was runner-up in the C-USA 1-meter event... Named Diver of the Meet at the 2008 C-USA Championships... Named Conference USA Diver of the Week twice, once after sweeping the 1M and 3M events in a tri-meet with Florida International and Indian River CC, then again later when sweeping LSU and Rice... Named to C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll.
PRE-COLLEGE - Graduated from Fort Mill High School... Competed for coach and former Gamecock Brandon Hulko on the South Carolina Divers club team... Four-time national qualifier and was a three-time national finalist... Six-time East National qualifier... Three-time Canada-US Challenge qualifier... Won the 3-meter championship at the 2002 Canada-US Challenge... Was a Junior Pan-Am Trials qualifier in both 2002 and 2003... Worked as a student athletics trainer and was recognized as a Junior Marshal and AP Scholar.
PERSONAL - Full name is Courtney Amanda Forcucci... Born on Dec. 30, 1988, in Dover, N.H.... Daughter of Jay and Michelle Forcucci... Father, Jay, was an All-America lacrosse player at Rensselaer and uncle David played goalie on the lacrosse team at Brown... Mother, Michelle, works in the athletics department at Charlotte.
|Forcucci's Top Scores (at SC)|
|1-meter (6 dives)||325.40||11/19/11||Nike Cup||Chapel Hill, N.C.|
|1-meter (12 dives)||590.35||3/5/12||NCAA Zone B||Auburn, Ala.|
|3-meter (6 dives)||392.40!$||2/16/12||SEC Championships||Knoxville, Tenn.|
|3-meter (12 dives)||670.65!||3/6/12||NCAA Zone B||Auburn, Ala.|
|Platform (5 dives)||243.55||2/17/12||SEC Championships||Knoxville, Tenn.|
|! = School Record
$ = SEC Record