The IU men’s and women’s diving teams qualified four more divers for the NCAA Championships on Friday at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatic Center.
Junior Michael Hixon and sophomore James Connor continued their championship runs in the 3-meter dive. Connor took first in the event with a 12-dive score of 867.60, while Hixon was second with a score of 840.20.
Cody Coldren finished 10th in the event. After finishing in the top 12 of the both the 1- and 3-meter dives, the junior just needs to finish in the top-seven of the 10-meter platform dive tomorrow to qualify for all three events for the NCAAs.
On the women’s side, Jessica Parratto and Michal Bower both qualified for NCAAs in the 1-meter dive. Parratto finished third with a score of 611.95 while Bower was 11th with 539.30.
Competition will conclude Saturday as both the men and women will compete in the 10-meter platform dive. Diving will begin at 11 a.m.
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