PRINCETON, N.J. – Virginia junior Elizabeth Kaye was the runner-up in the 1-meter competition at the NCAA Zone A Diving Championships to qualify for the NCAA Championships. Kaye totaled 587.70 points to finish second behind Penn State’s Daphne Wils (611.30).

It marks the second consecutive season Kaye has qualified for the NCAA Championships on the 1-meter board. She placed fifth at last year’s Zone A event. Kaye entered Monday’s finals in second place after scoring 303.05 points during her session of the prelims.

Kaye’s teammate, Maddy Grosz, finished 19th during the morning’s prelims to miss advancing to the finals by one place. Grosz scored 252.00 during her six prelim dives.

In the men’s 3-meter competition, Dean Treanor was 38th in the prelims with a score of 263.30 while Nick Sanders was 45th at 251.85.

The men and women switch boards for Tuesday’s second day of competition. The women’s 3-meter prelims will take place at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. with the finals set for 5 p.m. The men’s 1-meter competition gets underway at noon with the finals set for 3:30 p.m. Wednesday’s competition will feature the platform diving.

Last year Kaye won the 3-meter competition at West Virginia with a score of 683.90.

Live results are on ESPN+ is streaming the championships.