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Becki Bach Simmons

An eight-time All-American -- the most possible for divers – Bach is one of the most-decorated performers in Oakland University swimming and diving history. The 1992 John Glenn graduate placed ninth in the state as a senior then blossomed at the next level. She won the GLIAC diving championship all four years on the 3-meter board and added a fifth title on the 1-meter board, setting Oakland records in each event. She placed among the top-10 in the nation in both dives each season, soaring to as high as third on two occasions. Bach helped her team capture two NCAA Division II national championships and post two national runner-up finishes. She was inducted into the Oakland University Hall of Fame in 2009.

Career Highlights

  •  An eight-time All-American
  • one of the most-decorated performers in Oakland University swimming and diving history
  • 1992 John Glenn graduate placed ninth in the state as a senior
  • won the GLIAC diving championship all four years on the 3-meter board
  • placed among the top-10 in the nation in both dives each season
  • Bach helped her team capture two NCAA Division II national championships and post two national runner-up finishes
  • inducted into the Oakland University Hall of Fame in 2009

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