The 2023 USA Diving Winter National Championships wrap up Wednesday with women’s 3-meter and men’s 10-meter finals.
Andrew Capobianco and Quinn Henninger won the men’s 3m synchro, while Jessica Parratto and Delaney Schnell won the women’s 10m synchro on Day 2 in Knoxville.
The Desert Mountain girls captured their fourth straight DII title, while the Millennium boys dominated their side of the meet to repeat.
Schnell was the 2023 NCAA champion in women’s platform diving and was a 12-time CSCAA first-team All-American over the course of her career.
Schnell and Oregon State track & field/cross country’s Grace Fetherstonhaugh will progress as the Conference’s candidates for the 2023 NCAA Woman of the Year.
China moved to 7-for-7 in diving medals on Monday in Fukuoka, though Mexico upset their run at competition perfection. Plus, the US hits paydirt for the first time.
After spending one year at Ohio State, the 2021 Wave I Olympic Trials 200 Free Winner will bring her talents to Arizona this fall.
Castillo is Arizona’s second hire in as many weeks, joining fellow Arizona alum Amanda Beard, as both move into assistant coaching roles.
In the women’s 10-meter event, Delaney Schnell scored 689.05 points on her two lists of dives to win her second national title this week and fifth overall.
Backstroker Lila Lillie has announced her decision to continue her academic and athletic career at the University of Arizona.
Olympian Andrew Capobianco heads into Tuesday’s final with a 36.85-point lead over Quinn Henninger, who qualified second at 412.35.
Jessica Parratto teamed up with Delaney Schnell to score 575.16 points and win the women’s synchronized 10-meter title.
A full recap of the top finishers and records broken during the 2023 Women’s NCAA Championships, won dominantly by the Virginia Cavaliers.
Virginia senior Lexi Cuomo ended her career on a high note last month by scoring 15 individual points and contributing to two title-winning relays.
The Louisville Cardinals moved up one spot from SwimSwam’s predictions into fourth to earn a trophy at the Women’s NCAA Championships.