March 25, 2014
Release from Big Ten Conference | March 25, 2014:
Keefer was named the Big Ten Diver of the Year for the second consecutive season.
She was tabbed the Co-Diver of the Championships after winning the three-meter diving event with 386.75 points and finishing second in the one-meter diving competition with 339.05 points at the Big Ten Women's Swimming & Diving Championships.
At the NCAA Women's Swimming & Diving Championships, Keefer finished fourth in the one-meter diving event (328.20) and ninth in the three-meter diving competition (368.60).
Minnesota has now won the Diver of the Year award in four of the last five years.
Minnesota native began swimming when she was 12 years old, and has been diving for 10 years. Maggie Keefer is a senior captain, majoring in kinesiology.
Head coach Kelly Kremer stated that she will truly be missed at Minnesota as one of the most decorated divers in the school's history - for men and women.
Three Gophers Earn B1G Weekly Awards
Zhou, Barnard and Horejsi have each won multiple conference honors this season.
CollegeSwimming Honors Zeiger
The Gophers junior won two Winter Nationals titles and set a Big Ten record last weekend.
Smith, Maly Head to the Short Course Worlds
Seniors Kierra Smith and Jakub Maly head to Windsor, Ontario to compete for their respective countries.