CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia’s men’s and women’s diving teams begin competition in the 2023 NCAA Zone A Championships on Monday (March 6) in Morgantown, W. Va., hosted by West Virginia.
ORDER OF EVENTS
- Monday – men’s 1-meter and women’s 3-meter
- Tuesday – men’s 3-meter and women’s 1-meter
- Wednesday – men’s and women’s platform
HOW TO FOLLOW
Links for the live results are available on VirginiaSports.com.
ABOUT THESE HOOS
- UVA’s women’s trio of seniors Charlotte Bowen and Jenn Bell and sophomore Lizzy Kaye look to repeat as qualifiers for the NCAA Championships after all making it to last year’s NCAA Championships.
- Bell has had a solid season for the Cavaliers, earning career-best finishes with third place on the 1-meter and fourth on the 3-meter at the 2023 ACC Championships.
- Bell has posted the second-best score in UVA history with a 326.63 on the 1-meter this season and the fourth-best in school history with a 334.28 on the 3-meter.
- Bowen scored the ninth-best score on the 1-meter with her 287.33 against Virginia Tech.
- Kaye posted the third-best score in school history on the 1-meter with her 310.95 against Virginia Tech.
- Juniors Maddy Grosz and Amanda Leizman will also compete at NCAA Zones for the Cavaliers.
- Oliver Mills was the top finisher for the men on the platform and 3-meter at ACCs. Mills also moved up to seventh all-time at UVA with a 338.18 on the 1-meter.
- Joseph Perreault made the finals of the 3-meter at the Georgia Invitational to open the spring season.
- Nicholas Sanders posted the eighth-best score on the 1-meter in school history with a 339.10 at the Virginia Tech Invite.