Texas Women, Miami Men Advance Most Divers to 2021 NCAAs in Greensboro

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Zachary Cooper. Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

The full list of diver qualifiers for the 2021 NCAA Division I Women’s & Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships has been announced with 75 women and 63 men advancing to Greensboro, North Carolina.

On the women’s side, defending 1m champ Sarah Bacon from 2019 is returning to win her third straight title in the event, while on the men’s side, defending 3m champ Andrew Capobianco and platform champ Jordan Windle will be back to defend their titles from two years ago.

Texas has qualified the most divers with four while Purdue has three. The Longhorns are competing for their first top four placing since 2001 and diving could be what puts them over the edge.

On the men’s side, Miami has qualified the most with four while Texas, Ohio State and West Virginia each have three. The team race is expected to come down to the last day with Texas and Cal and diving may be what propels the Longhorns to the team title in 2021.

List of Women’s Divers Qualified

  1. Nike Agunbiade Southern California
  2. Sarah Bacon Minnesota
  3. Jennifer Bell Virginia
  4. Bethany Berger Eastern Michigan
  5. Charlotte Bowen Virginia
  6. Janie Boyle Texas
  7. Anna Bradescu Georgia Tech
  8. Emily Bretscher Purdue
  9. Hannah Butler UCLA
  10. Charlye Campbell Texas A&M
  11. Nikki Canale Michigan
  12. Chloe Ceyanes Texas A&M
  13. Mackenzie Crawford Ohio State
  14. Kennedy Cribbs BYU
  15. Lizzie De Cecco Utah
  16. Chase Farris Houston
  17. Haley Fisher George Mason
  18. Anne Fowler Indiana
  19. Meghan Gerdes Navy
  20. Tarrin Gilliland Indiana
  21. Maha Gouda Florida International
  22. Emily Grund North Carolina
  23. Emma Gullstrand Miami (Florida)
  24. Camryn Hidalgo Georgia Tech
  25. Kara Holt Tennessee
  26. Abigail Knapton Nebraska
  27. Kyndal Knight Kentucky
  28. Montserrat Lavenant LSU
  29. Ximena Lechuga Gonzalez San Diego State
  30. Daria Lenz Stanford
  31. Amanda Ling Michigan State
  32. Tanesha Lucoe Alabama
  33. Elma Lund Hawaii
  34. Ashley McCool Florida
  35. Claire McDaniels Pittsburgh
  36. Ciara Mcginig Ohio State
  37. Maggie Merriman Purdue
  38. Melissa Mirafuentes Wyoming
  39. Hannah Montau Navy
  40. Teagan Moravek Virginia Tech
  41. Izzi Mroz Virginia Tech
  42. Bridget O’Neil Texas
  43. Leah Parsons Northwestern
  44. Jaye Patrick Northwestern
  45. Mia Paulsen Stanford
  46. Elizabeth Perez Florida
  47. Megan Phillip Minnesota
  48. Paola Pineda Texas
  49. Jocelyn Porter Virginia
  50. Else Praasterink Louisville
  51. Maddison Pullinger Duke
  52. Amy Read Pittsburgh
  53. Sarah Rousseau Missouri
  54. Emma Ruchala Utah
  55. Delaney Schnell Arizona
  56. Brooke Schultz Arkansas
  57. Katelyn Shaheen UCLA
  58. Jordan Skilken Texas
  59. Gracie Sleeman Arizona
  60. Savannah Stocker Southern California
  61. Kelly Straub Notre Dame
  62. Samantha Tamborski Iowa
  63. Briana Thai California
  64. Sara Troyer Nebraska
  65. Savana Trueb Missouri
  66. Anne Tuxen LSU
  67. Helle Tuxen LSU
  68. Montze Urzua UNLV
  69. Mia Vallee Miami (Florida)
  70. Aranza Vazquez Montano North Carolina
  71. Maycey Vieta Purdue
  72. Aliyah Watson Duke
  73. Daphne Wils Hawaii
  74. Aimee Wilson Texas A&M
  75. Julia Wortman Stanford

List of Teams With Most Women’s Qualifiers

  1. Texas, 4
  2. LSU, 3
  3. Purdue, 3
  4. Stanford, 3
  5. Virginia, 3
  6. Texas A&M, 3
  7. Arizona, 2
  8. Duke, 2
  9. Florida, 2
  10. Georgia Tech, 2
  11. Indiana, 2
  12. Miami, 2
  13. Minnesota, 2
  14. Navy, 2
  15. Nebraska, 2
  16. North Carolina, 2
  17. Northwestern, 2
  18. Ohio State, 2
  19. Pittsburgh, 2
  20. Southern Cal, 2
  21. UCLA, 2
  22. Utah, 2
  23. Virginia Tech, 2

List of Men’s Divers Qualified

  1. Tazman Abramowicz Wisconsin
  2. Wesley Ahart, Pittsburgh
  3. Zachary Allen Georgia
  4. Benjamin Bramley Purdue
  5. Max Burman Hawaii
  6. Jake Butler Minnesota
  7. Joseph Canova Ohio State
  8. Andrew Capobianco Indiana
  9. Jacob Cardinal Tremblay West Virginia
  10. Patrick Carter Navy
  11. Conor Casey Stanford
  12. Tony Chen Utah
  13. Zach Cooper Miami (Florida)
  14. Eric Correa Arizona
  15. Joshua Davidson Florida State
  16. Anton Down Jenkins North Carolina
  17. Gregory Duncan Purdue
  18. Samuel Duncan Kentucky
  19. Noah Duperre Texas
  20. Takuto Endo Missouri
  21. Jacob Fielding Ohio State
  22. Maxwell Flory Miami (Florida)
  23. Leonardo Garcia, Florida
  24. Kivanc Gur Louisville
  25. William Hallam Tennessee
  26. Parker Hardigree Southern Methodist
  27. Seamus Harding Duke
  28. Andrew Harness Texas
  29. Alexander Hart North Carolina
  30. Bryden Hattie Tennessee
  31. Jake Hedrick Navy
  32. Juan Hernandez LSU
  33. Owen Johns, West Virginia
  34. Georgii Korovin Southern California
  35. Chase Lane Kentucky
  36. Ruben Lechuga Gonzalez Georgia Tech
  37. Paul Lenz West Virginia
  38. Zhenwei Li Alabama
  39. Carlo Lopez Missouri
  40. Brandon Loschiavo Purdue
  41. Jake Lowe West Virginia
  42. Zachory Lundgren Hawaii
  43. Bjorn Markentin Arizona
  44. Jack Matthews Miami (Florida)
  45. Brendan McCourt Texas
  46. Luke McDivitt Utah
  47. Joshua Parquet, Pittsburgh
  48. Dylan Reed Pittsburgh
  49. Keegan Richardson Tennessee
  50. Brodie Scapens Miami (Florida)
  51. Jacob Siler Ohio State
  52. Peter Smithson SMU
  53. Fabian Stepinski North Carolina
  54. Thomas Stewart Texas A&M
  55. Mickey Strauss BYU
  56. Kevin Sullivan, Penn State
  57. Ross Todd Michigan
  58. Cole VanDevender Indiana
  59. Noah Vigran Stanford
  60. Matthew Wade Tennessee
  61. Jordan Windle Texas
  62. Lyle Yost Ohio State
  63. Danny Zhang Kentucky

Teams With Most Men’s Qualifiers:

  1. Miami, 4
  2. Ohio State, 4
  3. Tennessee, 4
  4. Texas, 4
  5. West Virginia, 4
  6. Kentucky, 3
  7. North Carolina, 3
  8. Pittsburgh, 3
  9. Purdue, 3
  10. Arizona, 2
  11. Hawaii, 2
  12. Indiana, 2
  13. Missouri, 2
  14. Navy, 2
  15. SMU, 2
  16. Stanford, 2
  17. Utah, 2

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