Keefer, McCrady Qualify for NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships
Sarah McCrady claimed the title in platform diving with a score of 559.10.

March 10, 2012

Minnesota sophomores Maggie Keefer and Sarah McCrady both qualified for the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships after putting together strong performances during the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships this week at the University of Iowa Campus Recreation and Wellness Pool.

McCrady closed out the competition by claiming top honors in platform diving with a final score of 559.10. The sophomore entered the finals in second place after posting a score of 271.95 in the preliminaries, before securing her first-place finish with a 287.15 in the finals.

Junior Katie Grunawalt placed sixth in the event with a final score of 510.25, while Keefer finished in 11th place with a final score of 468.25. Freshman Katy Etterman also competed in the preliminaries, registering a score of 214.30, good for 19th place.

Keefer and McCrady will compete at the NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships March 15-17 at James E. Martin Aquatics Center in Auburn, Ala.

NCAA Zone D Championships - Women's Qualifiers
Sarah McCrady (Minnesota)
Jaele Patrick (Texas A&M)
Janie Potvin (Texas A&M)
Jordan Morcom (Missouri)
Margaret Keefer (Minnesota)
Julia Lonnegren (Houston)
Alexandra Bettridge (LSU)
Veronica Rydze (Iowa)
Christina Gailey (Missouri)
Rebecca St. Germain (Texas A&M)
Shelby Cullinan (Texas)
Diana Wilcox (Texas)

 

 

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