Abigail Knapton produced the highest individual finish by a diver in Nebraska history, as she captured fourth place on the platform to cap the Husker effort at the 2017 NCAA Championships.
Freshman Abigail Knapton became an All-American in the platform prelims during the NCAA National Championships.
Nebraska freshman Abigail Knapton finished 30th among 50 competitors in the first NCAA Championship event of her career on Friday in Indianapolis. Knapton, a freshman from Omaha, posted a score of 281.90 in the preliminaries.
Senior Anna Filipcic experienced a dramatic end to her collegiate career on Thursday at the NCAA Championships.
Nebraska divers Anna Filipcic and Abigail Knapton travel to Indianapolis, Ind., for the 2017 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships March 15-18.
The best thing about this week’s NCAA Swimming & Diving Championship is the line of demarcation that requires two venues to compete separately, yet share the same point total.
Freshman Abigail Knapton took first place in the platform event at the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships.
The Nebraska divers traveled to Columbia, Missouri to compete at the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships March 6- March 8.
The Nebraska divers traveled to Columbia, Missouri to compete in the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships.
All-American Anna Filipcic will lead a strong Nebraska contingent at the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia, Mo., March 6-8.
The Nebraska swim and dive team is now ranked 45th in the CollegeSwimming.com poll.
The Nebraska swim and dive team finished 10th overall in the 2017 Big Ten Championships.