The top 13 women’s teams (per psych sheet scoring) will all have opportunities to earn points on the diving boards, while only 3 of the top 6 men’s teams qualified any divers at all.
The Michigan women got in under the wire, qualifying 3 NCAA divers with the last three slots in the very last diving event of the 2016 Zones season.
Miami (Ohio)’s Pei Lin and Ohio State’s Zhipeng Zeng each won their second event on night 2 of the Zone C Diving Championships.
The first leg of the FINA/NVC Diving World Series 2016 – in Beijing (CHN) – will be live streamed, free of charge, on FINA TV.
The 2016 four-leg circuit of the FINA/NVC Diving World Series is about to kick-off, with a first rendezvous to be held in Beijing (CHN) this weekend, from March 11-13.
The Ohio State Buckeyes added 3 male divers to their NCAA roster on opening night of the Zone C Championships, while the Indiana women qualified a pair of divers.
The USC Trojan men added one more diver to their NCAA roster on the final night of the 2016 Zone E Championships.
Minnesota sophomore Yu Zhou completed a sweep of the women’s events at the 2016 Zone D Championships with a platform win, and her Gophers added one more diver to NCAAs to bring their roster to 7.
Tennessee’s Rachel Rubadue and Florida State’s Dylan Grisell won platform titles to prevent sweeps by Kahlia Warner and Mauricio Robles on the final night of the 2016 Zone B Championships.
The Virginia Cavaliers are getting some reinforcements at NCAAs, with two more divers joining the qualifying lists on the final night of the 2016 Zone A Championships.
The Texas Longhorn men continue to roll toward an NCAA title defense, adding a third NCAA-qualifying diver on the second day of the Zone D Championships.
The women of Stanford, among the favorites to compete for the NCAA title next week, got a diving boost Tuesday, qualifying 3 divers for the national championships.
Florida’s Kahlia Warner and Tennessee’s Mauricio Robles each won their second titles of the meet on day 2 of the 2016 Zone B Diving Championships.
Penn State’s Hector Garcia won his second title in as many events and Penn State added a third NCAA diving qualifier on the second day of the Zone A Diving Championships.
The Nevada and UCLA women and the Utah and Stanford men each added two NCAA qualifiers on the opening night of the 2016 Zone E Diving Championships.