NMSU Opens NCAA Diving Zones with One-Meter Board

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New Mexico State divers Raina Brommer and MacKinna Hauff faced some tough competition on the first day of NCAA Zone E Diving Championships at the Aquatic and Tennis Complex. Despite posting strong scores, neither diver advanced to the event finals.

“Overall today went well,” said diving coach Miranda King. “Raina and MacKinna dove fairly consistent. There were a few things they could have done better, but they didn’t let that affect their diving with the level of competition around them. They are excited to compete in three-meter tomorrow morning. Again, the competition will be difficult, but I know they will be able to hang in there.”

Hauff recorded a score of 224.55 to finish 39th during the one-meter preliminaries, while Brommer placed 49th with a score of 210.90.

Day two of the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships resumes on Tuesday, March 6, at 11 a.m. with the women’s three-meter prelims.

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