Michael Hixon and Andrew Capobianco earned the Men’s 3-Meter Synchro spot, while Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell nabbed the Women’s 10-Meter slot.
Krysta Palmer and Alison Gibson secured the first of 11 U.S. Diving Olympic Team berths on the first night of finals at the 2020 Olympic Team Trials-Diving.
The coaches will be inducted into the ASCA Hall of Fame at an awards dinner on September 16 at the ASCA World Clinic in Orlando, Florida.
Former Longhorn Alison Gibson and partner Krysta Palmer claimed a 28-point victory in Thursday’s finals at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
The Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Conference announced the 2020-21 Academic All-Conference awards on Wednesday.
Boudia and Young qualified first into the final of the men’s 3-meter and women’s 10-meter events, respectively.
Alshammar was a 13-time All-American at Nebraska, helping them to the 1998 Big 12 title and then tying the school record by earning seven All-America awards.
Swimmers Molly Evans, Brian McCarthy and Chris Pearson were among those named to the Hall of Fame.
Highlighted by nine first team selections, 14 Pepperdine swim and dive athletes won Pacific Collegiate Swim and Dive Academic All-Conference awards Wednesday.
Krysta Palmer (pictured) sits in first with a cumulative score of 655.15 for the first two rounds of the Women’s 3-meter. The final will be on Saturday.
The event will select the last three Teams (from a total of 10) and eight Duets (out of 22) that will compete in the Japanese capital.
Cleveland State and UIC lead the League with seven total selections between the men’s and women’s teams, with Oakland close behind with six.
Among the honorees is Maggie Meyer, Wisconsin’s first women’s swimming NCAA champion, winning the 2011 title in the 200 backstroke.
The Cougars will add five swimmers to their women’s team for the 2021-22 season.
Alliance to be led by Olympic swimming greats Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Katinka Hosszu, Chad Le Clos and retired legend Matt Biondi who form the 10-person Board.