Texas’s Jordan Windle and Miami’s David Dinsmore have won the last three NCAA platform titles, and were separated by just 6.25 points last year.
The Texas women qualified a fifth diver for NCAAs in Janie Boyle, who was third on platform in the final day of the Zone D meet.
The depth is outstanding, especially with elite freshmen and transfers incoming. The task will be swimming best times at NCAAs – an issue in 2019.
Olympian Katrina Young paired with Samantha Bromberg for the win in women’s synchronized 10-meter, and Olympic silver medalist Michael Hixon dove with Andrew Capobianco for a victory in men’s synchronized 3-meter.
U.S. divers claimed first in two events, had three second-place finishes and one third-place finish to close out the USA FINA Diving Grand Prix on Sunday.
Miami’s David Dinsmore won the 2017 NCAA platform dive title, but lost last year to Colin Zeng and two freshman phenoms. All four return this year in what could be the most explosive diving event in recent NCAA memory.
The Texas Longhorn men qualified all three of their returning NCAA diving scorers to the 2019 NCAA meet this morning through the Zone D Championships in Austin.
Jordan Windle captured the Winter Trials title in the men’s platform with 796.85 total points, while Lauren Reedy was crowned champion in the women’s 3-meter with 592.30 overall points.
The 2018 USA Diving Winter Trials continued Tuesday with synchro competitions in the men’s platform and the women’s 3-meter.
Tennessee’s Colin Zeng won the 1-meter, Texas’ Jordan Windle took the 3-meter title and Purdue’s Brandon Loschiavo was first on the platform at the Texas Diving Invitational.
Eddie Reese and the Texas Longhorns have reloaded the roster for a run at a 5th consecutive NCAA title.
Led by a gold from Murphy Bromberg, Team USA won five medals on the final day of competition at the FINA Grand Prix in Madrid. Bromberg finished first in the women’s 10-meter contest, with Amy Cozad Magana clinching bronze in the same event.
Brooke Schultz (Fayetteville, Arkansas) clinched the bronze medal for Team USA in Friday’s women’s 3-meter finals on day one of the Madrid FINA Grand Prix.
Team USA completed competition at the Bolzano FINA Grand Prix Sunday with one gold medal, one silver medal and four bronze medals, to end the weekend with eight total medals.
Briadam Herrera collected Team USA’s second medal of the Bolzano FINA Grand Prix after scoring 392.35 points to earn him the bronze medal in the men’s 3-meter final.