FAYETTEVILLE — Four Arkansas divers competed on the three-meter springboards Tuesday during the second day of competition at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships held in Minneapolis, Minn.
Senior Kesha Naylor (Saskatchewan, Canada) led the Razorback diving corps in the three-meter diving event, scoring a 284.40 and finishing in 19th place. Naylor was followed by sophomore Shelby Bartlett (Noblesville, Ind.), who earned 22nd place with a score of 273.20. Sophomore Hannah Bortnick (Mission Hills, Kan.) posted a score of 268.60 to claim 25th place, and junior Meghan Clark (Frisco, Texas) scored 264.35 to finish in 27th place.
Bartlett, Bortnick, and Naylor are each scheduled to participate in the platform diving event Wednesday morning beginning at 11 a.m.
Live stats will be available at ArkansasRazorbacks.com during competition. Click here to access a live stream of platform diving beginning at 11 a.m. on Wednesday.
The NCAA Zone Diving Championship meets serve to qualify divers for the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. Arkansas is competing in Zone D. Zone D has an allocation of nine divers to send to the NCAA Championships based on their performances at zones.
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Three-Meter Diving (Prelims)
19th — Kesha Naylor (284.40)
22nd — Shelby Bartlett (273.20)
25th — Hannah Bortnick (268.60)
27th — Meghan Clark (264.35)