2022 Texas Diving Invitational
- Wednesday, November 16th – Saturday, November 19th, 2022
- Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center, Austin, TX
- Day 1 and 2 Recap
- Men’s 3-Meter Results
- Women’s 1-Meter Results
During day three of the Texas Diving Invite, Texas scored major points on women’s 1-meter where junior Bridget O’Neil won the event with 316 points. O’Neil, the 2021 Big-12 Champion on 3-meter, is having a strong meet after placing fourth on 3-meter on day two. She was one of three finalists from Texas in the 1-meter final on Friday, followed by senior Jordan Skilken who placed fourth and Tokyo Olympian Hailey Hernandez, a sophomore, who placed fifth.
We love a win at home 🤘
With 316.70 points, Bridget O'Neil is the 2022 UT Diving Invitational 1-meter Champ! 🤘 pic.twitter.com/uO6LVtcC6k
— Texas Women's Swimming & Diving (@TexasWSD) November 19, 2022
There were similar big names in the women’s 3-meter competition on Thursday where Schnell took first, Pellacani second, and Hernandez third.
Women’s 1-Meter Final Results
- Bridget O’Neil (Texas) – 316.70
- Delaney Schnell (Arizona) – 306.15
- Chiara Pellacani (LSU) – 304.60
- Jordan Skilken (Texas) – 303.20
- Hailey Hernandez (Texas) – 295.15
- Maria Papworth Burrel (Stanford) – 292.30
- Joslyn Oakley (Texas A&M) – 286.75
- ZaraJoy Ayazi (Arizona) – 254.80
On the men’s side, Stanford sophomore Jack Ryan followed up his third-place finish on 1-meter on Thursday with a win in the men’s 3-meter final on Friday night. Ryan, the 2022 Pac-12 Diving Freshman of the Year was Pac-12 runner-up on 1-meter last season.
In Friday night’s 3-meter final, Ryan was closely followed by Texas junior Noah Duperre who scored 407 points, and Texas A&M sophomore Allen Bottego who earned 387 points. While it was a huge win for Stanford, overall, this was a strong event for Texas and Texas A&M who had two finalists each.
Men’s 3-Meter Final Results
- Jack Ryan (Stanford) – 411.85
- Noah Duperre (Texas) – 407.20
- Allen Bottego (Texas A&M)– 387.35
- Victor Povzner (Texas A&M) – 384.70
- Bjorn Markentin (Arizona) – 379.10
- Daniel Knapp (Notre Dame) – 358.90
- Manuel Borowski (Texas) – 351.00
- Adrian Abadia Garcia (LSU) – 334.10
Saturday will be the final day of competition at the Texas Diving Invitational. The event will kick off at 10:30 AM Central Standard Time with the men’s and women’s platform events. Texas is home to both the men’s and women’s defending Big 12 Champions in the platform event: Skilken and her fellow senior Andrew Harness on the men’s side.