2007-08: Northwestern's top diver, posting NU's best scores of the year in all three diving events ... Qualified to dive again in the consolation finals of the 3-meter springboard and the platform at the Big Ten Championships, ending up 11th overall in both events ... Took 16th on the 1-meter springboard at the conference meet ... Qualified 13th for the finals of the 1-meter springboard at the NCAA Zone C diving meet, then finished ninth overall after a 318.15 in the finals ... Also competed in the 3-meter event at NCAA Zones ... Holds Northwestern's best scores of the year in all three events, including setting a career-best of 335.35 to win the platform at the Georgia Invitational (11/30-12/2) ... Named Big Ten Diver of the Week after the UGA Invite ... Owns three dual-meet event victories in 2007-08, including a sweep of both boards against Illinois-Chicago (10/27) ... Also won the 1-meter board and finished second on the 3-meter board against No. 21 Notre Dame (1/19) ... Had six other top-three finishes in dual meets.
2006-07: Finished 13th on the 1-meter board, 15th on the 3-meter board and 16th on the platform at the Big Ten Championships ... Northwestern's best diver throughout the season ... Won the 1-meter board at the TYR Invitational and took third place on the 3-meter board ... Set a personal best on the 3-meter board when he scored 344.25 to win the event against Wisconsin ... Swept the diving events against Wisconsin ... Recorded nine top-four finishes for the 'Cats.
2005-06: Did not dive after Dec. 2 due to injury ... Set team bests on the 1-meter board and 3-meter boards against Wisconsin on Nov. 11 ... His score of 388.125 on the 3-meter board broke the pool record at Wisconsin by 30 points ... Named Big Ten Diver of the Week on Nov. 15 for that performance at Wisconsin ... Placed second in the 3-meter board with a 308.76 against Indiana (12/2).
2004-05: Began his freshman campaign with a victory in the one meter at the UIC Diving Invitational Championship (10/24) ... Also won the one meter event against Wisconsin (11/13) ... Earned a third-place finish in the one meter at the TYR NU Invite ... Recorded two top-five finishes in the dual against Indiana (11/5), finishing fifth in the three-meter event and fifth in the platform event.
High School: Set the Trinity High School record in diving with a score of 512.70 at state his senior year ... Three-time KHSAA All- American ... Competed in the Kentucky state meet three years, earning eighth as a freshman, fifth as a junior and second as a senior ... Won the Louisville Diving Invite twice ... Team captain as a senior ... Was named MVP of high school team three times and earned the most points three times ... Also lettered twice in volleyball ... Member of both the National Honor Society and the Spanish National Honor Society ... Former NU women's diver Ashley Carter dove on his club team ... Made the honor roll all four years of high school ... Secretary of the Student Council along with House System representative... Named Most Valuable Chemist in 2002.
Personal: Born Ryan Scot McIntosh on 5/14/86 ... Son of Janine and Mac McIntosh ... Chose Northwestern over North Carolina, Purdue, Alabama, Florida, Louisville and Kentucky ... Majoring in communication studies.
McINTOSH'S PERSONAL BESTS
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