2017 NCAA DI Championships 3M Diving Prelims: Rosendahl Top Qualifier


This afternoon at the 2017 NCAA Women’s Championships, Olivia Rosendahl of Northwestern was the top qualifier on the women’s 3-meter with 375.25 points. Minnesota’s Yu Zhou qualified second with 371.95 points. The duo came in scoring well ahead of the competition field. The third qualifier was Maria Polyakova of UCLA with 351.75 points. Miami University (Ohio) had Pei Lin qualify fourth with 347.25.

The 3-meter should result in a major points boost for Minnesota, who is ranked 12th after last night’s results. Stanford should also get a (smaller) boost from American Olympian Kassidy Cook that no other team in the current top ten for scoring will be able to match. You can see the championship finalists for tonight below:

  1. Olivia Rosendahl, Northwestern: 375.25
  2. Yu Zhou, Minnesota: 371.95
  3. Maria Polyakova, UCLA: 351.75
  4. Pei Lin, Miami (Ohio): 347.25
  5. Kassidy Cook, Stanford: 347.00
  6. Sarah Bacon, Minnesota: 337.95
  7. Lexi Tenenbaum, Minnesota: 335.20
  8. Sharae Zheng, Nevada: 331.05


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4 years ago

The caption of the article says Rosendahl is top qualifier so why is there a picture of Zhou?????

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Hannah Hecht grew up in Kansas and spent most of her childhood trying to convince coaches to let her swim backstroke in freestyle sets. She took her passion to Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa and swam at NAIA Nationals all four years. After graduating in 2015, she moved to …

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