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Husker Divers Finish Competition at Zone Diving Championships
Amy Herman finished eighth in the platform diving finals at the Zone Diving Championships
Photo Courtesy BreAnna Haessler/NU Media Relations
Courtesy: NU Media Relations
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The Nebraska diving team finished competition at the Zone D Diving Championships, held in Iowa City, Iowa from March 8-10. The Zone competition serves as a qualifier for the NCAA Diving Championships.

Amy Herman earned the overall top finish for the Huskers in the platform diving event. Herman finished eighth in the final round with a total score of 499.85. Herman qualified in eleventh for the finals with a preliminary score of 232.50. Kaitlan Walker (222.05), Alyson Ramsey (214.75) and Kailey Harmon (214.10) also competed in the platform diving preliminaries.

Payton Michaud and Alyson Ramsey both earned a spot in the 3-meter diving finals with their performances in the preliminaries. Michaud's final score of 569.70 earned her a twelfth-place overall finish, while Ramsey's 558.10 earned her a 17th-place finish in the finals. Amy Herman (261.00, 21st), Kailey Harmon (256.65, 24th) and Kaitlan Walker (227.10, 32nd) also competed in the event.

The 1-meter dive saw Kaitlan Walker reach the finals of the event with an overall score of 483.60. The performance earned her an 18th-place finish, overall. Walker dove her way to a score of 261.75 in the preliminaries. Amy Herman (241.80, 26th), Alyson Ramsey (224.80, 31st), Payton Michaud (221.05, 32nd) and Kailey Harmon (215.75, 33rd) round out the 1-meter preliminaries.
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