Don Munson visits with Head Diving Coach Leslie Hasselbach Adams.
Freshman Freida Lim gave the Clemson diving team its third NCAA Zone B Championship finalist in three days, qualifying for platform finals on Wednesday at the James E. Martin Aquatic Center in Auburn, Ala.
For the second-straight day, the Clemson diving team saw one of its divers qualify for finals against some of the best competition across six Southeast states at the NCAA Zone B Championships in Auburn, Ala.
Senior Sarah Braun, competing in her final NCAA Zone B Championship meet this week, advanced to the finals of the three-meter event to lead the Clemson diving team on Monday at the James E. Martin Aquatic Center in Auburn, Ala.
The Clemson diving team competes at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships on March 6-8 at the James E. Martin Aquatic Center in Auburn, Ala.
After finishing in second-place in the platform event at the ACC Championships last week, Clemson freshman diver Freida Lim has been named to the 2017 All-ACC Team.
The Clemson diving team saved the best for last, as freshman Freida Lim and senior Danielle Reitsma placed second and fourth, respectively, in the platform finals on Thursday, the final day of competition at the 2017 ACC Championships in Atlanta, Ga.
Senior Danielle Reitsma earned her career-best finish in any event at the 2017 ACC Championships, and the best finish for any Clemson diver in recent program history, when she placed fifth in the finals of the one-meter for the Clemson diving team on Tuesday night in Atlanta, Ga.
Sophomore Sarah Blank took 11th place, scoring 16 team points for the Clemson diving team in the three-meter competition at the 2017 ACC Diving Championships on Monday at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta.
ACC Diver of the Week Freida Lim and the Clemson diving team will compete in the ACC Championships this week.
After recording NCAA Zone scores in both event finals over the weekend at JMU, Frieda Lim was named the ACC’s Women’s Diver of the Week on Tuesday.
Freida Lim posted three NCAA Zone scores in four opportunities, and she and Caylin Hirapara qualified for finals in both the one- and three-meter as the Clemson diving team successfully wrapped up the regular season at the JMU Diving Invitational.