17/05/2022

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The Sport Effect

Windle wins Men’s platform on second day of NCAA Zone D Diving Championship

LEXINGTON, Ky. — College of Texas senior Jordan Windle received the system title to emphasize Friday’s next working day of the NCAA Zone D Diving Championship at the Lancaster Aquatic Center. The Longhorns experienced three women of all ages on the three-meter springboard and three gentlemen on the system for the upcoming NCAA Championships.

On the women’s facet, junior Paola Pineda, freshman Bridget O’Neil and sophomore Jordan Skilken all put amongst the leading thirteen finishers to secure their places on three-meter at the NCAA Championships. Pineda recorded a 3rd-area complete with a score of 688.30 factors, finishing guiding Sarah Bacon of Minnesota (735.fifty) and Brooke Schultz of Air Force (700.30). O’Neil put seventh (642.35), and Skilken took ninth (637.twenty). Junior Morgan Menninger finished 15th (589.fifty).

The Texas gentlemen once more claimed three of the leading 4 places on the system to area amongst the leading eight finishers and claim their places at the NCAA Championships. In addition to Windle’s victory with a overall score of 870.twenty factors, freshman Noah Duperre took 3rd (720.forty five) and sophomore Andrew Harness finished fourth (718.90). Freshman Brendan McCourt put 12th (591.35).

Windle confronted a 52-position deficit to LSU’s Juan Hernandez at the end of the six preliminary-round dives. On Windle’s initial dive of the finals session, an inward three ½ somersault tuck (407c), he gained a score of 94.40 and received a best score of ten from 4 of the 7 judges to trim the margin to 26 factors.

Windle took the lead immediately after the 3rd of six rounds in the finals, and he sealed the gain with a score of 86.40 on his last dive, a back 2 ½ somersault 2 ½ twist pike (5255b). Windle finished with a overall score of 870.twenty factors, properly in front of Hernandez’ 793.eighty.

The NCAA Zone D Diving Championship concludes on Saturday, March thirteen with the women of all ages competing on system and the gentlemen on the one-meter springboard. Preliminary rounds for both of those women of all ages and gentlemen start off at ten a.m. Central. Finals on the women’s system are scheduled to start off at eleven:30 a.m. Central, although the finals on the men’s one particular-meter are set to start at twelve p.m. Central.

Women’s three-meter effects (Top thirteen qualify for NCAA Championships)

Area

Title (University)

Score

one.

Sarah Bacon (Minnesota)

735.fifty

2.

Brooke Schultz (Air Force)

700.30

three.

Paola Pineda (TEXAS)

688.30

four.

Abigail Knapton (Nebraska)

685.60

five.

Charlye Campbell (Texas A&M)

682.fifty

6.

Aimee Wilson (Texas A&M)

661.30

seven.

Bridget O’Neil (TEXAS)

642.35

8.

Anne Tuxen (LSU)

639.00

9.

Jordan Skilken (TEXAS)

637.twenty

ten.

Montserrat Lavenant (LSU)

629.sixty five

eleven.

Samantha Tamborski (Iowa)

617.60

twelve

Sara Troyer (Nebraska)

617.fifty

thirteen.

Chloe Ceyanes (Texas A&M)

614.35

Men’s System effects (Top 8 qualify for NCAA Championships)

Area

Title (University)

Score

one.

Jordan Windle (TEXAS)

870.twenty

2.

Juan Hernandez (LSU)

793.eighty

three.

Noah Duperre (TEXAS)

720.forty five

four.

Andrew Harness (TEXAS)

718.90

five.

Tazman Abramowicz (Wisconsin)

713.fifty

6.

Peter Smithson (SMU)

648.fifty

seven.

Takuto Endo (Missouri)

641.sixty five

8.

Thomas Stewart (Texas A&M)

630.40