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.
Head Coach Ray Looze brought in another large freshman class and is hoping to build off of their 12th place finish at the NCAA Championships last season.
“I just wanted to do six dives the best I could. Other things are out of my hand as far as how other divers do or how the judges score,” said Hixon, who became the first U.S. man to medal on 1-meter at a World Championships since 1998.
By advancing to 10-meter finals, Cozad also secures a quota spot for the U.S. for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Both U.S. divers competing on the opening day of the FINA World Championships advanced to the finals. Kristian Ipsen was 4th and Michael Hixon was 9th in prelims.
Twenty Indiana University swimmers and divers were honored as Scholar All-Americans for the 2014-15 season, the College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) announced this week.
USA Diving announced today that Indiana University head diving coach Drew Johansen will serve as head coach for Team USA at the 2015 FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
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.
Indiana University faired well on the first day of the 2015 Zone C Championships. Michael Hixon won the men’s 1…
Northwestern’s Jordan Wilimovsky took right over where graduated NCAA champ Connor Jaeger left off in the Big Ten distance event. In fact, Wilimovsky wiped Jaeger’s name off a record board.
University of Michigan fans absolutely have something to cheer about, as their team won 3 out of 4 swimming events on Day 2 of the Men’s B1G Championships.
Dylan Bosch, the NCAA record holder and defending champion in the 200 fly, will lead Michigan on another attempt at a B1G title
The Ohio State men’s squad celebrates as they take down the #4 and #9 ranked teams in the country.