false
Saturday 02/22
SEC Championships - Day Five
Swim & Dive
Friday 02/21
SEC Championships - Day Four
Swim & Dive
Thursday 02/20
SEC Championships - Day Three
Swim & Dive
Wednesday 02/19
SEC Championships - Day Two
Swim & Dive
Tuesday 02/18
SEC Championships - Day One
Swim & Dive
Saturday 02/01
Vanderbilt
83
Swim & Dive
203
Saturday 02/01
Kansas
91
Swim & Dive
207
Saturday 01/25
Rice
86
Swim & Dive
207
Saturday 01/25
Clemson
19
Swim & Dive
230
Saturday 01/11
Alabama
172
Swim & Dive
128
Saturday 01/11
Kentucky
143.5
Swim & Dive
156.5
Saturday 11/23
Missouri Invite - Day Three
Swim & Dive
Friday 11/22
Missouri Invite - Day Two
Swim & Dive
Thursday 11/21
Missouri Invite - Day One
Swim & Dive
Saturday 11/09
Missouri State
88.5
Swim & Dive
203.5
   
stop
Article Image
Courtesy: Walt Beazley
View larger

Three divers in top 16 on three-meter

03/09/2012
Tyler Maland, Athletic Media Relations
Send this article to a friend Print RSS
RELATED LINKS

IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The University of Arkansas swimming and diving team saw three divers place in the top 16 on the three-meter board Friday afternoon at the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships in Iowa City, Iowa.

Sophomore Kesha Naylor led the Razorbacks with a two-round score of 570.15 to earn an 11th-place finish overall in the event. Naylor placed 15th with a score of 277.25 in the preliminary session to earn a trip to the finals, where she improved her score with a 292.90 to tally 570.15 overall for 11th place.

Seniors Liana Bugslag and Alex House each had a strong day on the three-meter board and finished just behind Naylor. Bugslag placed 13th with a score of 564.85, and House was 16th with 558.75.

"I was happy with the way Bugslag and House dove today," said Arkansas diving coach Dale Schultz. "Liana was solid. She dove at the level she has all year, and Alex continued to be consistent on the three-meter board." 

Saturday marks the final day of the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships featuring the platform diving event. Qualifications for the NCAA Championships, which take place March 15-17 in Auburn, Ala., will be determined after the completion of the platform event. Coach Schultz expressed his excitement for the potential for Naylor to lead the Razorbacks on the tower once again.

"I'm looking forward to our divers' opportunities on tower tomorrow," Schultz said. "Kesha is a tower diver so she's got as good a chance as any to qualify. The top 4 or 5 divers on the platform have a chance to go to NCAAs, so I'm excited to see what we can do."

For more information about Razorback swimming and diving, please log on to ArkansasRazorbacks.com.


advertisement
Uploaded Ad
Lowes Social Ad