2017 NCAA DI Championships Platform Prelims: Rosendahl Tops Field


This afternoon at the 2017 NCAA Women’s Championships, Olivia Rosendahl of Northwestern was the top qualifier on the women’s platform with 339.00 points. Yesterday, we were writing a very similar story, as Rosendahl qualified first on the 3-meter yesterday afternoon. However, she ended up eighth overall, and Minnesota senior diving standout Yu Zhou took the crown instead.

Indiana’s Jessica Parratto finished second in the prelims with 333.40 points. She could give a boost to Indiana, currently eighth in points and well within reach of 6th-place Minnesota. But, Minnesota has their own platform finalist with Lexi Tenenbaum, who qualified seventh with 269.00. Purdue’s Emily Meaney qualified third with 308.95 points, and Rebecca Quesnel out of Florida International was fourth with 290.95.

  1. Olivia Rosendahl, Northwestern: 339.00
  2. Jessica Parratto, Indiana: 333.40
  3. Emily Meaney, Purdue: 308.95
  4. Rebecca Quesnel, FIU: 290.95
  5. Calli Head, Iowa: 289.30
  6. Abigail Knapton, Nebraska: 286.55
  7. Lexi Tenenbaum, Minnesota: 269.00
  8. Alexis Vincent, Purdue: 266.95

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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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