Wyoming Diving Completes Day One of NCAA Zones

March 7, 2016

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Live Results

Senior Kari Campbell claimed 14th place in the 1-meter finals to highlight the first day of competition for the University of Wyoming at the NCAA Zone “E” Diving Championships. Campbell tallied 262.95 points to take 17th in the morning preliminaries before moving up to finish in 14th with a final score of 545.50.

Junior Keely Bishop took 38th in the prelims for the Cowgirls. She finished with a mark of 242.45. Two years ago as a freshman, Bishop finished 41st in the 1-meter competition with a score of 223.85.

Jacob Rehmeier was the lone Cowboy in the 3-meter event for UW. The junior just missed on advancing to the final, as he took 19th with a prelim score of 297.60. Last season, Rehmeier finished with a 276.90 to place 22nd on the 3-meter.

UW will be back on the boards on Tuesday afternoon. The Cowgirls will compete in the 3-meter competition before the Pokes take part in the 1-meter event.

The top-18 individuals with the highest scores in the preliminary rounds advance on to the finals sessions in each competition. The top-five female and top-four male divers from each event at their respective zone diving meet will be eligible to compete at the NCAA Championships. Additional place finishers in each event at each zone will be eligible based on the number of student-athletes from that zone who finished in the top-16 In that event at the previous year’s NCAA Championships.