Letterwinners earned minimum grade point average of 3.7 for the 2015-16 academic year.
Michigan State swimming & diving closed out the dual season with a pair of road losses at Michigan.
Nine individuals also named to the CSCAA Scholar All-America honorable mention team.
Sixty-eight Spartans student-athletes were recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
Sophomore Madeline Sewell advanced to the 1-meter finals.
Recorded his highest score of the ear of 316.87 for the 1-meter dive v. Oakland ... Scored a 354.80on the 3-meter dive v. BG and UC ... He finsihed 18th in the prelims round with a score of 581.23 at the NCAA Zone C Championships .. He led MSU to place 24th in the 1-meter dive at the NCAA Zone C Championships with a total score of 239.15.
Recorded his highest score of the year on the 1-meter vs. Michigan at 319.35 ... Had his best 3-meter score at MSU against Ohio State at 321.00 ... Took 30th place on the 1-meter and 18th on the 3-meter at the Big Ten Championships ... Earned a 31st-place finish at NCAA Zone C Championships at the 1-meter and did not compete on the 3-meter due to injury ... Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
Led the team on the one and three meter boards ... Qualified for the NCAA Zone Diving Championships ... Season-best score of 299.18 on the three meter at the meet versus Oakland ... Won both the one and three meter board competitions at the annual Green & White meet.
Prior to MSU:
Varsity letter winner all four years in swimming and diving at St. Johns High School as well as in tennis his sophomore, junior and senior season ... Captain of the swimming and diving team his senior year ... Diving All-American his junior and senior season ... All-State and All-Conference his sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Awarded MHSAA Division II Diver of the Year his sophomore and senior seasons ... Member of the St. Johns High School team that was the MHSAA Division II State Champion his sophomore season and was runner-up his junior season ... As a junior his high school second place in the MHSAA Division 2 ... Member of the team that was MHSAA Division II State Champions and MISCA State Champions his senior season.
Born June 26, 1995 ... Son of Brian and Amy LaBar ... Sister Hailey LaBar is a swimmer at Grand Valley University ... Majoring in packaging.