Freshman Rylee Morgan was named Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Performer in Horsemanship.
Diamantis excelled during her sophomore season on campus, going 9-7-0 overall on the Flat, while also posting an 8-6-1 record in Equitation over Fences ... In all, she garnered two MOP honors between the two disciplines and also compiled five conference victories ... She excelled during the post-season, combining to go 5-3-0 overall between the Big 12 Championship and nationals ... Opened the year scoring a victory over K-State's Jacquelyn Bogstad ... Followed it up defeating Texas A&M's Haley Buchmiller, 78-73 ... Also posted MOP rides, downing New Mexico State's Emily McConnell, 84-67, and South Dakota State's Mandy Gradert, 73-67 ... Scored other victories against Delaware State, Oklahoma State, SMU and Kansas State ... Opened post-season play, dropping Baylor's Jennifer Mitchell, 154-146 ... Followed, winning against K-State in the final round in Waco ... Closed out the year, upending Fresno State' s Belle Calkin in the opening round of the NCEA Championships ... Went 2-0 in the final meet of the season against No. 1 seeded South Carolina.
Diamantis competed in seven meets in 2012-13 between Equitation on the Flat and over Fences ... She went 4-3 overall on the Flat, including 3-1 against league foes during the course of the season ... Had a winning percentage of 57 percent in Equitation on the Flat.
Maclay High School
Diamantis garnered sixth-place accolades at the 2012 Taylor Harris Finals ... She also claimed 12th-place honors at the prestigious 2012 New England Finals, while recording top-ribbon honors in Equitation at the 2012 HITS Ocala ... Diamantis, who is currently ranked No. 14 in the Washington Equitation East Coast standings and qualified for the 2011 Maclay Regionals and Hunterdon Cup, received the 2008 SHJA Horsemanship of the Year award ... She currently competes in the ASPCA Maclay, USEF Medal, USET and WIHS.