Go in depth with Tiger diving standout Megan Jendra.
Led by strong performances from Jaya Brown, Sarah Blank, Hannah Donovan and Danielle Reitsma, the Clemson diving team ended 2016 with a 30-8 win in their dual meet against Florida Gulf Coast in Coral Springs, Fla.
The Clemson diving team is set to wrap up their 2016 campaign with a meet against Florida Gulf Coast University on Wednesday at 2:30 p.m in Coral Springs, Fla.
We survived! This morning everyone woke up with mixed feelings: proud to have made it through the week, happy to see our families, sad to leave our friends, sore from a hard week of training, and optimistic to return for Training Trip Part 2 at the end of December.
Clemson freshman Freida Lim is representing her native country of Singapore in the FINA World Junior Diving Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Diving head coach Leslie Hasselbach Adams was excited to welcome two new signees to the program over the weekend.
Freida Lim's new program record score on the platform capped off a busy weekend for the diving team at the Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech Invitationals.
The Clemson diving team officially kicks off ACC competition this weekend, as Tiger divers will participate in both the Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech Invitationals.
Though two Tiger divers recorded NCAA Zone qualifying scores in the one-meter and three did the same in the three-meter, the South Carolina Gamecocks handed Clemson their first loss of the season on Wednesday, winning by a team score of 28-10.
Coming off a winning weekend at the Naval Academy, Clemson is set to compete against rival South Carolina on Wednesday at 5 p.m. in McHugh Natatorium.
Three Tigers posted Zone qualifying scores in the one-meter, and Clemson divers also took the top five spots in both the one- and three-meter on Saturday at the Navy Invitational against Navy, American, Bucknell and Lafayette.
Leslie Hasselbach Adams directs Clemson's diving program in McHugh Natatorium.