2012-13: Served as team captain... Made first-career appearance in NCAA Championships... Named to the University of Kentucky's Society of Character... Member of the Southeastern Conference's Community Service Team... Came in 4th place on the 3-meter springboard at the Zone C Diving Championships to qualify for his first appearance at the NCAA Championships... Took home an eighth-place finish on the 3-meter board at the SEC Championships... Earned two top-25 finishes at the NCAA Championships finishing 22nd on 1 meter and 23rd on 3 meter... Finished third on the 3-meter board at Missouri... Grabbed a pair of fourth-place finishes on the 3-meter and 1-meter boards at the Tennessee Invitational... Picked up first victory of the season in the final home meet of the year against Louisville on the 1-meter board... Finished second in the 1-meter event and third on the 3-meter board at Cincinnati.
2011-12: After sitting out the 2010-11 season, Fox came back to have a strong sophomore campaign with two top-10 finishes in the SEC Championships ... Named to the SEC All-Academic Team ... Grabbed a second place finish in the 1-meter in the opening event of the season against Tennessee and Indiana ... Took second place at Vanderbilt on the 1-meter springboard ... Took home two second place finishes in the 1-meter and 3-meter springboards against Southern Illinois and Missouri ... Won the 3-meter event at Alabama ... Took second place at Emory in the 1-meter event ... Earned a second place score in the 3-meter against Cincinnati ... Had a second place finish at Louisville on the 3-meter board ... Picked up a fifth place finish in the SEC Championships in the 3-meter (365.20) as well as an eighth place in the platform event (306.20).
2010-11: Did not compete for UK, as he took a medical redshirt year, however he competed at the US Senior National meet at UCLA and took 13th in one-meter springboard.
2009-10: Earned ninth place at the SEC Championships in his first experience diving platform ... Finished 15th on both the one-meter and the three-meter at the conference meet setting a career-best score on the three-meter ... Had six first place finishes during the season ... Tallied 15 top-three finishes during dual meets ... Won the three-meter board against rival Louisville.