Ferraro and Pumputis both earned fifth-place finishes at men’s NCAAs, while Hidalgo was one of 20 female divers to compete on all three boards at nationals.
UNC sophomore Aranza Vazquez Montano was one of 10 divers to punch their ticket to Women’s NCAAs on Sunday in Atlanta.
Hosts Georgia tech dropped both women’s meets, and the men’s meet, while Northwestern came away with wins in all 3.
Hidalgo, one of the best divers in program history, was joined by Baylor women’s basketball’s DiDi Richards and Texas’ volleyball’s Asija O’Neil as finalists.
Minnesota’s Sarah Bacon is on track for a second NCAA diving title after besting 3-meter prelims by 19 points this afternoon.
The Yellow Jackets secured six ACC medals and five NCAA qualifiers in 2019-20.
Caio Pumputis and Camryn Hidalgo won the the Fred Lanuoe Award, given to the student-athletes who bring the highest recognition to the Institute.
Florida State’s Molly Carlson was named ACC Most Valuable Diver for the third time, but after NCAAs, Carlson will leave the boards to begin cliff diving.
Sophomore Becca Evans won one individual event and anchored two relays to help lead the Rice to the meet title of the program’s Fall Splash Invitational.
Houston defended its home turf by winning the Houston Diving Invitational, posting 160.00 points for a first-place team finish.
Georgia Tech men and women both bested Emory on Senior Day in Saturday’s Atlanta-based duel meet.
North Carolina’s Caroline Baldwin has been named the ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Week, and Camryn “Cami” Hidalgo of Georgia Tech has been selected as the Women’s Diver of the Week.