|High School:||Omaha Marian|
Honors & Awards
- Nebraska High School State Runner-Up (One-Meter Diving, 2016)
- Region 8 Runner-Up (One-Meter Diving, 2016)
- NISCA/Speedo High School All-American (One-Meter Diving, 2016)
- Junior National Semifinal Qualifier (One-Meter, Three-Meter, Platform, 2016)
- Junior National Fourth Place Finish (Platform, 2016
- Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2016)
- NCAA Zone D Diving Qualifier (One-Meter, Three-Meter, Platform, 2017)
- NCAA Zone D Diving Champion (Platform, 2017)
- One Letter (2017)
Knapton kicked off her diving career strong with 14 top-five finishes, including a victory as a freshman for the Huskers in 2016-17. Knapton notched a victory at the 2017 NCAA Zone D Diving Meet in platform with a total of 553.00. The Omaha freshman qualified for 2017 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in the three-meter and platform dive. Knapton competed in all three dives at the Big Ten Championships, finishing 14th on platform (257.50), 11th on the one-meter dive (285.60) and earned a career best taking ninth on three meter (337.35) She set career bests with a one-meter total of 294.98 for a runner-up finish at Illinois. She also finished second on platform at the Jean Freeman Invite with a career-best 318.70. Knapton earned spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall.
Knapton was one of the state’s top divers as a senior at Omaha Marian High School in 2016. The Nebraska state runner-up in the one-meter dive as a senior, Knapton helped the Crusaders to a state runner-up finish as a team. Knapton was also the runner-up at the Region 8 Championships. A strong performer in the classroom as well, Knapton earned the President’s Award for Educational Excellence. She was also an honor roll student at Omaha Marian throughout her high school career.
The daughter of Emily and Jeffery Knapton, Abigail was born April 23, 1998 in Cheyenne, Wyo. Abigail has one younger sister, Nettie-Clare. A pre-health major, Abigail earned a spot on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall of 2016. She chose Nebraska over Wyoming, Utah, Ohio, Army West Point, Virginia Tech, Arkansas and Boise State.
|One Meter||294.98||Illinois (2016)|
|Three Meter||337.35||Big Ten Championships (2017))|
|Platform||318.70||Jean Freeman Invite (2016)|