Canadian standout diver Laurent Gosselin-Paradis will not join the Texas men’s swimming & diving roster for the 2020-2021 NCAA season, the school confirmed.
Paola Pineda and Jordan Windle, both of Texas, earned their second event victories of the three-day meet on Saturday.
Junior Paola Pineda also placed second in the women’s 1-meter finals on Friday.
Texas freshman Noah Duperre also placed second in the men’s 1-meter finals on Thursday.
LHN will broadcast a total of six hours of competition from the three-day event, including five hours of live coverage.
The Duke diving team returns to the boards Saturday as the Blue Devils host North Carolina at Taishoff Aquatics Pavilion.
The sport will work in tandem with the now four-year-old swimming program.
LSU diver Juan Celaya-Hernandez and his partner Yahel Castillo were awarded the 2020 National Sport Award by the Mexican Olympic Committee on Thursday.
South African National Championships 50 free finalist Martin Wolmarans has committed along with 3 others to join Northern Michigan in the fall of 2021.
USA Diving will receive primetime coverage on NBC as part of the Tokyo Olympic Diving Trials that will be held from June 6-13, 2021.
Zeng won three NCAA Division I National Championships and earned ten all-America honors in his time as a diver with both Ohio State and Tennessee.
Miller, who placed 8th at the Indiana High School State Championship meet as a freshman, is Louisville’s 3rd announced 2022 commitment in the last week.
Kansas State University announced it will keep its Natatorium closed throughout the fall semester and will close the facility permanently within three years.
Cahalane comes to Akron as the head diving coach and owner of the American Flyers Diving Club in Hudson, Ohio.
The council aims to address diversity, equity and inclusion as they impact USA Diving and its members and to help identify opportunities for improvement.