|High School:||Kowloon Technical School|
2014-15: Finished in third in the3-meter dive and second in the 1-meter dive at the CCSA Championships... Scored a 269.55 on the 3-meter boards at the championships, while scoring a 300.15 on the 1-meter board, finishing just behind teammate Ryan Green... Earlier in the year, he qualified for the NCAA Zone competition... While at zones, he scored a 242.00 on the 1-meter board, and 237.15 on the 3-meter board.
2013-14: Won the 1-meter diving competition and placed second in the 3-meter event behind teammate Ryan Green at the CCSA Championships in Knoxville, Tenn. … Scored a career-high 305.60 in the prelims of the 1-meter, and then bettered his score to 309.40 in the finals to capture gold and earn a spot at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships… Posted his second-highest 3-meter score in the event finals, scoring 295.70 to win the silver medal… Registered a career-high on the 3-meter board by scoring 305.10 and winning the event at Old Dominion on Nov. 2… Was named the CCSA Diver of the Week following UMBC’s road win over the Monarchs… Placed fourth in the high dive event at the Patriot Invitational at George Mason.
2012-13: Won a bronze medal in the 3-meter diving competition and finished fourth in the 1-meter event as UMBC reclaimed its conference crown at the America East Championships… Posted his top career 3-meter score (290.75) in the preliminary round at the conference meet… Earned his first career dual meet victory by winning the 1-meter event against Navy on Oct. 19… Also placed second in the 3-meter event versus the Midshipmen.
2011-12: Won a silver medal in the 1-meter competition at the America East Championships after finishing third in the preliminary round of dives... Also placed fifth in the 3-meter event at the conference meet... Set a season-high in the 1-meter event with a score of 269.20 against Penn and LaSalle... Top 3-meter score was 257.93 set on Feb. 11 at Drexel.
Personal: Full name is Pak Lam Wong... Majoring in computer science... Born Jan. 14, 1991.