Tokyo Olympic medalist and Arizona fifth-year Delaney Schnell won the women’s platform event on the final day of the Texas Diving Invite.
Texas placed 1-4-5 on women’s 1-meter on Friday. This feat was led by junior Bridget O’Neil, senior Jordan Skilken (above), and sophomore Hailey Hernandez.
Olympic silver medalist Delany Schnell (right) of Arizona won 3-meter while Hailey Hernandez (left) placed 3rd to maintain Texas’ lead in team scores.
Kahler kicked things off with a dominant win in the 1000 free, swimming a 10:02.03.
UCLA hosted Arizona for a women’s dual meet yesterday, posting a decisive 177-123 victory at Spieker Aquatics Center.
Torri Huske and the Stanford women have looked strong this season, bumping up them to the #2 slot in the second edition of our NCAA power rankings.
Grand Canyon vs. University of Arizona October 15, 2022 Hillenbrand Aquatic Center, Tucson, Arizona (University of Arizona) 25 yard, NCAA…
It should come as no surprise—the Virginia women rank #1 in our pre-season NCAA power rankings.
Qian Ren and Yu Duan never relinquished their lead in Friday’s mixed 10-meter synchro final, giving China its 10th gold medal in as many diving events.
Marizel van Jaarsveld and Crile Hart were named coSIDA’s female At-Large Academic All-Americans of the Year for Divisions II and III, respectively.
USC sophomore Kaitlyn Dobler was among 41 Division I swimmers and divers named to their respective CoSIDA Academic At-Large All-District teams.
Olympians Delaney Schnell and Hailey Hernandez are among the 16 divers who are expected to compete for the United States.
Bernal was the only swimming point scorer at NCAAs this year for the Arizona women, finishing 12th in the 100 back with a time of 51.24.
Pac-12 champion Stanford swept the swimming honors as Regan Smith was voted Swimmer and Freshman of the Year and Greg Meehan won Coach of the Year.
2020 Olympic medalists Andrew Capobianco, Michael Hixon, Jessica Parratto, Delaney Schnell and Krysta Palmer are among the Tier One Divers.