2017 Women’s NCAA DI Championships Day 2: Zheng Tops 1-Meter Qualifier


The University of Nevada’s Sharae Zheng was the top qualifier on the one-meter today at day two of the Women’s NCAA DI Championships in Indianapolis. She scored 316.70 points to outscore the second qualifier, Stanford’s Olympian Kassidy Cook by eight seconds. Minnesota’s Yu Zhou was close behind with 307.70. You can see the top eight qualifiers below:

  1. Sharae Zheng, Nevada: 316.70
  2. Kassidy Cook, Stanford: 308.95
  3. Yu Zhou, Minnesota: 307.70
  4. Maria Polyakova, UCLA: 301.90
  5. Pei Lin, Miami: 296.30
  6. Sarah Bacon, Minnesota: 292.40
  7. Elizabeth Cui, Louisiana State: 292.05
  8. Alison Gibson, Texas: 287.45

The consolation final took place this afternoon, with Mizzou’s Lauren Reedy taking ninth-place points for Mizzou with 319.10 points. Jessica Parratto of Indiana finished second in the consolation finals with 311.10. The consolation final results are below:

  1. Lauren Reedy, Mizzou: 319.10
  2. Jessica Parratto, Indiana: 311.10
  3. Eloise Belanger, UCLA: 301.20
  4. Alison Maillard, Auburn: 287.80
  5. Lexi Tenenbaum, Minnesota: 286.75
  6. Samantha Reese, Purdue: 278.40
  7. Emma Roush, UMass: 277.00
  8. Ayla Bonniwell, Florida State: 274.85

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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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