Nearly half of LSU’s wins came from freshman, and SMU got a good first look at a freshman of their own in Ziga Cerkovnik’s NCAA debut.
Notre Dame swept 7 of 8 events at the short course meters competition, while Illinois won both relays and got a win from Lori Lynn.
SMU heads to College Station for a Saturday Dual Meet.
The Dual Meet is set to begin Thursday, Jan 9th, at 1:00 P.M. CT.
“This is awesome,” head diving coach Jim Stillson said when he heard the news. “Devin’s performance this past weekend was excellent against tough competition from the SEC and the ACC.”
Junior diver Devin Burnett finished third in the platform dive as he posted a score of 363.10 on the third and final day of the Georgia Diving Invite in Athens, Ga.
Junior diver Devin Burnett finished first in the 1-meter dive as he posted a score of 381.90 on day two of the…
The Georgia Tech and Louisville men watched their best swimmers collide three times, with Andrew Kosic and Joao de Lucca each winning once and tying each other in the 50 free.
The event concludes on Sunday with platform diving. SMU is back in action on Jan. 11 when it travels to No. 2 Texas A&M in College Station for a 1 p.m. CT event.
“Devin (Burnett) and Bryce (Klein) both did a really great job and scored really well today,” head diving coach Jim Stillson said. “I am really pleased with how they have been training and competing.”
The SMU men’s diving team is set to travel to Athens, Ga. to compete in the Georgia Diving Invitational.
The Cardinals are coming off a strong showing at the Michigan Open and the AT&T US Short Course Nationals in Knoxville, where Joao De Lucca was crowned the national champion in the 200-free and Kelsi Worrell beat out two Olympians down the stretch in the 200-fly for the crown.
The SMU men’s diving team is set to travel to Austin, Texas to compete in the U.S. Diving National Finals.
Paige Ezell is the latest to join a Louisville Cardinals program on the rise.
After strong performances at the USA Short Course Nationals, two swimmers from Louisville swept the weekly conference awards. Joao De Lucca took Men’s Swimmer of the Week for the fourth time this season, while Cardinal Kelsi Worrell was named Female Swimmer of the Week.