CSCAA Names Steele Johnson 2017 NCAA Diver of the Year

2017 MEN’S NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS

Purdue sophomore Steele Johnson was named the CSCAA diver of the year at the 2017 men’s NCAA swimming and diving championships this evening.  Johnson, who redshirted last year to focus on the Olympics, won the 1m and 3m diving championships and finished 2nd in the platform diving championships.

Johnson accounted for 57 of Purdue’s 106.5 points, helping them to a 13th place overall finish.  Johnson’s 57 points alone would have placed him 20th in the team standings.

This is Johnson’s second victory, as he also was honored with this award at the 2015 swimming and diving championships.

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khalafallalallalalalalaalalalalaa
4 years ago

*ahem ahem* diver of the year

Go Boilermakers
4 years ago

Congrats to the Man of Steele and all, but this is SwimSwam, not DiveDove 😉