March 12, 2013
The University of Minnesota women's diving team wrapped up day two of NCAA Zone Diving Tuesday afternoon, competing on the 1 meter board at the University of Houston Campus Recreation and Wellness Center.
Maggie Keefer had a great day on the boards, finishing in second-place in 1 meter diving with a total score of 608.65. Sarah McCrady wrapped up day two with a mark of 570.90 to earn a sixth-place finish in the event, while Katy Etterman came in 12th (532.00) and Jessica Ramberg in 14th (525.80).
The final day at Zone D of NCAA Zone Diving continues Wednesday with platform diving beginning at 11am. Divers that make the cut will move on to compete at the NCAA Championships March 21-23 in Indianapolis, Ind.
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