NCAA Division I Women’s Championships: Minnesota’s Zhou Yu Claims Three-Meter Diving Title

KNOXVILLE, TN - August 16, 2014: Henry Fusaro during the 2014 USA Senior Diving National Event at Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville, TN. Photo By Matthew S. DeMaria
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Minnesota claimed its first three-meter title since 2010 as Zhou Yu picked up the win at the NCAA Division I Women’s Championships.

Zhou put up a total tally of 410.25 for the win, Minnesota’s second win in the event all time.  She joins Kelci Bryant (415.50), who captured the title for the Golden Gophers in 2010.

Miami-Ohio’s Lin Pei claimed second tonight with 409.70 points, while Stanford’s Kassidy Cook snared third overall with 393.25 points.

  1 Zhou, Yu         SO Minnesota-MN       348.15     410.25         20  
  2 Lin, Pei         SO Miami (Ohio)-OH    366.85     409.70         17  
  3 Cook, Kassidy    SO Stanford-PC        368.70     393.25         16  
  4 Polyakova, Mari  FR UCLA-CA            380.60     392.00         15  
  5 Vock, Thea       SR Miami (Fl)-FL      348.30     371.20         14  
  6 Arnett, Kaylea   SR Virginia Tech-VA   370.50     360.60         13  
  7 Parratto, Jessi  FR Indiana-IN         348.15     340.95         12  
  8 Pickens, Samant  SR Arizona-AZ         369.70     318.00         11
  1. California                      343.5   2. Georgia                         267.5
  3. Stanford                          230   4. Louisville                        151
  5. Virginia                          150   6. Texas A&M                       123.5
  7. Tennessee                         110   8. Texas                             107
  9. Southern California               100  10. Missouri                           90
 11. Minnesota                          64  12. Wisconsin                          59
 12. Arizona                            59  14. Indiana                            56
 15. Florida                            52  16. NC State                           51
 17. Kentucky                           40  17. Notre Dame                         40
 19. Florida Gulf Coast               37.5  20. Auburn                             34
 21. UNC                              33.5  22. Florida State                      30
 23. University of Miami (Florida)      26  23. Penn State                         26
 25. So. Methodist                    25.5  26. Miami University (Ohio)            24
 27. UCLA                               22  28. Alabama                            17
 28. Denver                             17  30. Nevada                             16
 31. Purdue                             14  32. Virginia Tech                      13
 33. Illinois State University          12  34. Lsu                                 8
 35. Michigan                            7  36. Ohio State                          5
 37. Iowa                                4  37. Kansas                              4
 37. Hawaii (W)                          4  37. San Diego State                     4
 41. Arkansas                            2  42. Cincinnati                          1

2015 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving, Live Results – Results

1 comment

  1. avatar
    Dunc1952

    Had Stanford run a lineup in the a.m. that assured an “A” final in the 4×50 medley, if everyone performed the times done tonight, Stanford would now trail Georgia by only 13.5 points. (40 pts for 1st v 18 pts for 9th, made a 22 point difference), compared to the 35.5 they currently trail the Bulldogs.