DALLAS, Texas – The Texas Divers continued their dominance on working day two of the NCAA Zone D Championships at the Robson & Lindley Aquatics Centre and Barr-McMillion Natatorium on the campus on SMU in Dallas.
Jordan Windle claimed his second title of the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships on Tuesday afternoon as he picked up the acquire in the 1m opposition on Tuesday, next a 3m acquire on Monday. Windle scored a 771.ninety, winning by practically 50 factors.
Grayson Campbell, Jacob Cornish, Andrew Harness and Andrew Gawin-Parigini also all skilled for the 2020 NCAA Championships by placing in the prime nine. Campbell put fourth with a score of 711.ten, while Cornish, Harness and Gawin-Parigini completed sixth, seventh and ninth, respectively. Cornish scored a 635.75, Harness recorded a score of 633.20, and Gawin-Parigini scored a 603.85.
On the women’s aspect, Alison Gibson picked up a victory in the 3m opposition, scoring a 687.15 as a result of twelve dives. 13 whole divers skilled for the women’s 3m out of Zone D.
Paola Pineda skilled for NCAA Championships in the 3m with a sixth-position score of 641.75, while Jordan Skilken and Morgan Menninger also skilled with tenth and thirteenth position finishes. Skilken scored a 586.ten, while Menninger scored a 575.70.
Windle, Campbell, Cornish and Harness are now skilled in each the 1m and 3m on the men’s aspect, while Gibson, Pineda and Menninger are skilled in each on the women’s aspect.
Prelim/Quarterfinal Women of all ages System (5 Dives) Rule – Qualification Rule – 28 Entries
Remaining Women of all ages System (5 Dives) Rule – Qualification Rule
Prelim/Quarterfinal Adult men System (6 Dives) Rule – Qualification Rule – 20 Entries
Remaining Adult men System (6 Dives) Rule – Qualification Rule