No. 1 Men’s Swimming and Diving captures Big 12 Championship

AUSTIN, Texas — College of Texas senior Jordan Windle attained the platform diving title on Wednesday night time at the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Centre to enable the Longhorns earn the Major 12 Men’s Swimming and Diving championship. Texas claimed its twenty fifth-consecutive Major 12 Meeting crown and extended its streak of consecutive league titles to forty two, all less than famous coach Eddie Reese.

The current streak dates back to the 1980 Southwest Meeting championship. The Longhorns have now recorded a total of sixty three meeting titles (38 Southwest Meeting, 25 Major 12 Meeting). With the factors from the three days of Diving included to the 4-working day Swimming totals, Texas amassed a total of 1,123 factors at the meeting satisfy. West Virginia positioned second (850), and TCU concluded third (718).

Windle, who swept the 1-meter, 3-meter and platform titles, was named the Men’s Diver of the Fulfill. Matt Scoggin was tabbed the Men’s Coach of the Fulfill. Freshman Carson Foster, who received three individual titles in Swimming, claimed Men’s Newcomer of the Fulfill accolades.

Windle attained his eighth profession Major 12 individual title and became the very first individual in Major 12 Meeting to earn 4 consecutive platform crowns. He beforehand claimed three 3-meter titles (2018, 2020, 2021) and attained his very first 1-meter title on Monday.

Windle posted a six-dive total of 565.ninety factors to submit a dominant victory in Wednesday’s platform finals. Sophomore Andrew Harness positioned second with 439.20 factors.

Harness grabbed a two-position lead over Windle soon after registering a rating of seventy eight.40 factors on his opening dive, an inward 3 ½ somersault tuck (407c). Windle responded by getting a narrow lead soon after his second dive and improved his margin to forty two factors soon after the third round.

Windle then went to a unique level to shut out the victory, topping the one hundred-position mark on each and every of his ultimate three dives of the night time. He tallied a rating of 111.00 on his fourth dive, a forward 4 ½ somersault tuck (109c), that attained great marks of 10 by 4 of the 5 judges. Windle then registered a rating of one hundred.30 on his fifth dive, a reverse 3 ½ somersault tuck (307c), which attained great marks of 10 by three of the 5 judges. He accomplished the level of competition with a rating of 106.20 on his ultimate dive, a back 2 ½ somersault 2 ½ twist pike (5255b), that garnered great marks of 10 by three of the 5 judges.

Harness posted spectacular scores on each and every of his ultimate two dives of the party to secure his runner-up finish. He registered a rating of 81.sixty on his fifth dive, an armstand back 2 somersault 1 ½ twist free (6243d), and adopted with an equivalent rating of 81.sixty on his ultimate dive, a back 2 ½ somersault 1 ½ twist pike (5253b).

Men’s platform diving effects (Finals)


Title (College)



Jordan Windle (TEXAS)



Andrew Harness (TEXAS)



Paul Lenz (WVU)



Nick Go over (WVU)



Jacob Cardinal Tremblay (WVU)



Owen Johns (WVU)



Jake Lowe (WVU)



Landon Mcmonagle (TCU)