Texas places third at USA Diving Winter Nationals

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Texas Diving concluded third in the crew level of competition at the Usa Diving Winter Nationals as the Longhorns shut out a thriving 7 days within the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Middle at the College of Indiana on Saturday.

The College of Texas divers gained the women’s crew title with 137.fifty points and acquired a fourth-put complete on the men’s facet with 57.fifty points. Collectively, Texas divers scored a combined 195 points to complete third in general.

In present day level of competition, Janie Boyle positioned fifth in the system with 561.30 points, when Jordan Skilken totaled 544.sixty points to complete eighth. In the men’s one-meter springboard, Noah Duperre scored 684.sixty points to complete seventh, his fourth prime-seven end result of the 7 days.

Skilken and Boyle equally innovative to the system closing soon after registering prime-seven performances in the prelim, with Skilken scoring 284.sixty points to complete fourth and Boyle positioning seventh with 271.fifty points.

With the fifth-put end result in the system, Boyle wrapped up a good championship 7 days in which she also gained silver in the blended synchro system with partner Lyle Yost and bronze in the synchro system with partner Abigail Knapton.

Duperre opened the day for the Longhorns by collecting 356.80 points in the one-meter prelim to progress to the closing with the fourth-best whole among the 32 opponents. The sophomore had a chaotic 7 days at the championships, earning a bronze medal in the blended synchro 3-meter with partner Bridget O’Neil on the very first day of level of competition. He adopted that with a fifth-put performance in the synchro 3-meter springboard with partner Jack Ryan, then positioned seventh in the individual 3-meter.

Texas divers will return to motion on January 14 when they crew again up with the Texas swimmers to deal with off versus Ohio Point out in Columbus, Ohio.