Senior McMacken Leads Kansas at the NCAA Diving Zones
March 13, 2009
COLUMBIA, Mo. –
Kansas diving completed the three meter competition at the first day of the NCAA `D’ Diving Zones in Columbia, Mo. Senior Hannah McMacken led the trio of Kansas divers with a 12th place finish, with 549.65 points.
The competition had 28 divers, of which 18 qualified for the event finals. All three Jayhawk divers qualified for the three-meter finals, and would finish within an eye-shot of each other.
The University of Houston’s Anastasia Pozdniakova won the competition with 763.55 points, over 110 points better than second-place. McMacken placed 12th with 549.65 points. Sophomore Erin Mertz placed 14th with 526.05 points, while junior Meghan Proehl earned a 15th place finish with 519.65 points.
NCAA Championship qualifiers will be announced at the end of the three-day competition.
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Kansas Three-Meter Results
12. Hannah McMacken – 549.65 points
14. Erin Mertz – 526.05 points
15. Meghan Proehl – 519.65 points.