19/05/2022

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The Sport Effect

Windle wins Men’s 3-meter on day one of NCAA Zone D Diving Championship

LEXINGTON, Ky. — College of Texas senior Jordan Windle captured the three-meter title to spotlight Thursday’s to start with working day of the NCAA Zone D Diving Championship at the Lancaster Aquatic Centre. The Longhorns experienced three gals on the 1-meter springboard and three men on the three-meter springboard for the approaching NCAA Championships.

On the women’s aspect, junior Paola Pineda, freshman Bridget O’Neil and sophomore Jordan Skilken all positioned amid the major 10 finishers to safe their places on 1-meter at the NCAA Championships. Pineda registered a 2nd-location end with a rating of 608.00 points, trailing only Sarah Bacon of Minnesota (701.sixty). O’Neil took fifth (588.sixty), and Skilken positioned ninth (563.forty). Sophomore Janie Boyle positioned 14th (542.15), whilst junior Morgan Menninger concluded fifteenth (522.15).

The Texas men grabbed three of the major four places in the three-meter springboard competitors to easily location amid the major 9 finishers and claim their places at the NCAA Championships. In addition to Windle’s victory with a whole rating of 876.15 points, freshman Noah Duperre took third (757.seventy five) and sophomore Andrew Harness concluded fourth (752.15). Freshman Brendan McCourt positioned tenth (659.70), whilst junior Andrew Gawin-Parigini concluded 16th (622.15).

Windle confronted an eighteen-level deficit to LSU’s Juan Hernandez at the conclude of the 6 preliminary-round dives. On his third dive of the finals session, a reverse three ½ somersault tuck (307c), he registered a rating of 87.fifty to consider an 8-level direct in the standings. Windle included separation on each of the closing three dives to close out his 876.15-854.fifty five margin more than Hernandez.

The NCAA Zone D Diving Championship proceeds on Friday, March 12 with the gals competing on the three-meter springboard and the men on the system. Preliminary rounds for the two gals and men get started at 10 a.m. Central. Finals on the men’s system are scheduled to get started at eleven:thirty a.m. Central, whilst the finals on the women’s three-meter are established to start at 12 p.m. Central.

Women’s 1-meter outcomes (Top rated 10 qualify for NCAA Championships)

Place

Title (School)

Score

1.

Sarah Bacon (Minnesota)

701.sixty

2.

Paola Pineda (TEXAS)

608.00

three.

Aimee Wilson (Texas A&M)

607.fifty

4.

Brooke Schultz (Air Pressure)

600.sixty five

5.

Bridget O’Neil (TEXAS)

588.sixty

6.

Charlye Campbell (Texas A&M)

581.fifty

7.

Montserrat Lavenant (LSU)

571.forty

8.

Megan Phillip (Minnesota)

569.seventy five

nine.

Jordan Skilken (TEXAS)

563.forty

10.

Sara Troyer (Nebraska)

561.15

Men’s three-meter outcomes (Top rated nine qualify for NCAA Championships)

Place

Title (School)

Score

1.

Jordan Windle (TEXAS)

876.15

2.

Juan Hernandez (LSU)

854.fifty five

three.

Noah Duperre (TEXAS)

757.seventy five

4.

Andrew Harness (TEXAS)

752.15

5.

Jake Butler (Minnesota)

708.05

6.

Parker Hardigree (SMU)

688.fifty

7.

Peter Smithson (SMU)

680.45

8.

Tazman Abramowicz (Wisconsin)

677.00

nine.

Carlo Lopez (Missouri)

669.forty