University of Virginia diver Walker Creedon won the men’s platform on the final day of the Zone A Championships to qualify for NCAAs.
The Virginia Cavaliers now have three female divers qualified for NCAAs after Elizabeth Kaye and Charlotte Bowen punched their tickets on Tuesday.
UVA’s Jennifer Bell secured an NCAA invite, while Columbia’s Jonathan Suckow (pictured) won the men’s 3-meter and nabbed himself a spot at nationals.
Ohio State’s Amy Fulmer is the top seed in the 100 freestyle ahead of defending champion Maggie MacNeil of Michigan. The two will battle it out tonight.
Ohio State’s Hannah Bach won the 100 breaststroke tonight to help expand Ohio State’s lead over Michigan and Indiana at the 2022 B1G Championships.
Villanova senior Kelly Montesi won both the 200 IM and 200 Back as the Wildcats toppled Rutgers in New Jersey on Monday.
Ivy League champions Nikki Venema (above) and Ellie Marquardt both won two events as the Tigers topped the Scarlet Knights
Russian freshman Aleksandra Denisenko won three individual events for Harvard as the Crimson dominated Rutgers in New Jersey.
Indiana junior Brendan Burns contributed four wins and compiled four NCAA B-cut times in Indiana’s victories over Ohio State, Penn State and Virginia Tech.
Former Johns Hopkins swimmer Mikayla Bisignani is one of nine finalists for the 2021 NCAA Woman of the Year award, which will be awarded on November 9.
Maggie MacNeil won three individual races and contributed to two relay wins at the SMU Classic to earn Big Ten Women’s Swimmer of the Week honors.
2019 NCAA DIII Diver of the Meet Lindsey Ruderman (above) is one of the 30 semi-finalists alongside Nebraska’s Knapton and Johns Hopkins’ Bisignani.
Last season, Haebig won the 200 free B final at NCAAs.
Nine swimmers and divers, along with one water polo player, were nominated for the NCAA Woman of the Year award by their respective conferences.
Trueb will be the second big addition to the Rutgers diving program when she arrives on campus this fall with three years of remaining eligibility.