2014 NCAA Champion Brooklynn Snodgrass is back for IU after taking a redshirt year during the 2015-16 season.
Laura Ryan (Elk River, Min./Athens, Ga.) and Deidre Freeman (Grinnell, Iowa/Iowa City, Iowa) finished seventh and eighth in the women’s 3-meter event Friday at the FINA Grand Prix Gold Coast meet in Australia.
Darian Schmidt (Bloomington, Ind.) and Michael Hixon (Amherst, Mass./Bloomington, Ind.) advanced to the men’s 3-meter final, while Amy Cozad (Indianapolis, Ind./Bloomington, Ind.) qualified for the women’s 10-meter final.
Parratto is the sixth NCAA Champion in Indiana women’s swimming and diving history and the fourth diver to take home top honors.
First ever Mixed Team Diving, where divers switch between platform and springboard, Jessica Parratto and David Boudia (USA) started strong but slipped to 9th in the end, 30 off the podium.
By advancing to 10-meter finals, Cozad also secures a quota spot for the U.S. for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Diver Jessica Parratto is one of Indiana’s 2015 Athletes of the Year, the Department of Athletics announced today.
Four divers with Indiana University ties were entered in the USA Diving World Championship Individual Trials, and four will be heading to Kazan, Russia after the final day of competition.
Cozad, Ipsen lead after women’s 10-meter, men’s 3-meter semifinals at USA Diving World Championship Trials
Kristian Ipsen and Amy Cozad lead diving semifinals.
Indiana University divers have put themselves in contention for World Championship spots after the first day of competition at the USA Diving World Championship Individual Trials.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Deidre Freeman (Grinnell, Iowa/Iowa City, Iowa) and Samantha Pickens (Murrysville, Pa./Tucson, Ariz.) have advanced to…
Our picks for swimmer of the meet, diver of the meet, freshman of the meet, and coach of the year from the 2015 Women’s NCAA Swimming and Diving championships.
The top three teams in overall points will be entirely absent from tonight’s platform diving A final. Cal and Georgia placed no divers in the top 16, and Stanford will only be represented by Lilly Hinrichs, who qualified 9th.
Kierra Smith (above) had a breakout summer competing for Canada, just missing a medal in the 200m breast at the Pan Pacific Games. She’ll be a star for the Minnesota Gophers this championship season.
USA Diving will send teams to two FINA Diving Grand Prix meets in April, with divers headed to Mexico and Puerto Rico to represent Team USA.