ATLANTA – The College of Chicago girls’s divers swept the highest three locations within the one-meter dive on day one of many College Athletic Affiliation (UAA) Swimming & Diving Championships on Wednesday.
Emory College is serving as host faculty for the four-day convention meet. The ladies’s one-meter dive was the one occasion scheduled for day one, with a full slate of swimming and diving occasions attributable to begin on Thursday.
On the conclusion of Wednesday’s prelims, UChicago superior 4 divers to the night finals. First-year Cynthia Tang was the highest seed with a prelim rating of 452.20 factors.
In a good battle between Maroon teammates, Elizabeth Cron got here away victorious. The senior picked up her first UAA title with a prime rating of 442.60. Tang was shut behind in second place at 437.55 factors, and senior Alice Saparov was third with 416.55 factors. All three divers earned All-UAA standing.
Sophomore Nayna Pashilkar was eighth total (398.35 factors). With these scores, all 4 Maroon divers posted NCAA regional qualifying marks.
- Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 10-12 @ 10:00 AM and 5:30 PM (ET) – UChicago at UAA Championships (at Atlanta, Ga.)