Hawkeyes Complete Day 2 of NCAA Zones

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MINNEAPOLIS — The University of Iowa diving team completed day two at the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships with three Hawkeyes advancing to the finals off the 1-meter and 3-meter springboards. 

Freshman Jayah Mathews led the Iowa women off the 3-meter springboard with a score of 291.60 in the prelims. The score advanced her to the finals where she posted a 601.80 total to finish 16th overall. 

In the men’s 1-meter, junior Will Brenner totaled a score of 339.20 in the prelims before totaling 673.40 in the finals to finish 12th overall. Freshman Anton Hoherz posted a score of 314.15 off the 1-meter in the prelims to place 17th before heading to the finals and finishing 16th with a score of 633.05 overall.

In the prelims of the 3-meter, sophomore Thelma Strandberg posted a score of 286.75 to finish 21st. Junior Jacintha Thomas finished 31st with a score of 258.75, while senior Morgan Rafferty posted a 248.40 off the 3-meter springboard finishing 37th. 

Senior Matt Mauser posted a score of 309.00 for a 19th place finish in the prelims, while freshman Jonatan Posligua finished 30th with a score of 257.15. 

The Hawkeyes conclude the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships tomorrow with men’s and women’s platform diving.