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.
Bolstered by elite fly and diving, the Longhorn women have also added Lydia Jacoby and Dakota Luther and look ready to defend their #2 spot in the nation.
Sarah Carruthers placed 5th in the platform event at the 2022 Canadian Senior Nationals. She also made finals on 3-meter where she placed 7th.
Olympians Delaney Schnell and Hailey Hernandez are among the 16 divers who are expected to compete for the United States.
Virginia’s Gretchen Walsh thrived as a freshman, scoring 54 NCAA points while winning the national title in the 100 freestyle.
Take a closer look at the breakdown of Texas and Stanford battling for 2nd place at the 2022 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
The Texas men now have four divers qualified for NCAAs, while the women have five.
Texas’ Paola Pineda was one of three women and five total Longhorns who qualified for NCAAs on the opening day of the Zone D Diving Championships.
Foster and Pash received Swimmer of the Meet honors after sweeping their respective individual events at the Big 12 Championships.
Dusan Babic and Anna Elendt lead the way, earning Men’s and Women’s Swimmer of the Week honors, respectively.
The meet was a showdown between some of the best women swimmers in the nation, featuring races that came down to a couple tenths of a second.
14-year old Joshua Hedberg is Team USA’s newest diving sensation, qualifying for next year’s World Championships at just 14 years old.
Delaney Schnell and Hailey Hernandez paired up to win the women’s 3-meter synchro event, while Zachary Cooper and Max Flory came out on top in men’s platform.
The Texas Longhorns earned five of the six weekly awards, with Carson Foster and Anna Elendt claiming Swimmer of the Week honors.