Sarah Bacon on Ending her NCAA Career as 1 & 3 Meter Springboard Champion

2021 NCAA WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

DAY 4 FINALS RECAP

Reported by Nick Pecoraro.

1-METER DIVING FINALS

Top 3

  1. Sarah Bacon (Minnesota) – 357.20
  2. Aranza Vazquez-Montano (UNC) – 348.45
  3. Brooke Schultz (Arkansas) – 335.85

Minnesota gets some points on the board here with Sarah Bacon defending her 2019 crown, scoring 357.20. Bacon won silver in this event at 2019 Worlds and won the Pan Am gold.

3-METER DIVING FINALS

  • NCAA Record: Christina Loukas (Indiana), 437.75 – 2009
  • Meet Record: Christina Loukas (Indiana), 437.75 – 2009
  • 2019 Champion: Maria Polyakova (UCLA), 396.00

Top 3:

  1. Sarah Bacon (Minnesota)- 408.60
  2. Aranza Vazquez (UNC)- 384.75
  3. Cami Hidalgo (Georgia Tech)- 356.40

After winning the 1-meter board yesterday, Minnesota’s Sarah Bacon won again on the 3-meter diving board by 23.85 points. Taking second was UNC’s Aranza Vazquez (384.75) and Georgia Tech’s Cami Hidalgo (356.40).

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Swimmer
6 months ago

So much bacon on the front page of swimswam 😀

Swim Fan
6 months ago

Minnesota has faced a lot of adversity this year with Covid, this is extra sweet after the recent Covid set backs.

Mnswim
6 months ago

Congratulations Sarah! Go Gophers!

SwimFani
6 months ago

Is that her Dad?

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