/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background0.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background1.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background10.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background11.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background12.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background13.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background14.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background2.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background3.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background4.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background5.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background6.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background7.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background8.png
/fls/1900/site_graphics/siteBackgrounds/home/background9.png
Beat UNM-Strip Ad
 
NM State Divers Conclude Day One at Zone Meet
Courtesy: New Mexico State University  
Release:  03/13/2014

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – The three members of the New Mexico State diving team began participation at the 2014 NCAA Zone E Regional inside the Air Force Academy’s Cadet Natatorium on Thursday by taking part in the 1-meter diving event.

Sophomore Audrey Ruiz was the top scorer for the Aggies during the preliminary round.  Ruiz, who is making her second-consecutive trip to the zone regional, finished in 48th place with a total six-dive score of 212.80.

Senior Jaymee Porter finished right behind Ruiz in 49th place after marking a total score of 210.25.  Sophomore Lauren Reifel, meanwhile, wound up a couple of spots behind Porter after a total score of 202.85 placed her in 51st place.

Unfortunately, none of the NM State divers qualified for the 18-diver final round.  The only Western Athletic Conference member to qualify for the finals was Paige Hunt of Idaho.  Hunt finished in 13th place with a finals’ score 528.15.

The Aggies continue to dive at the zone regional on Friday with the 3-meter event.  Preliminaries for the event are scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. (MDT) with the finals at 2 p.m. 

The meet concludes on Saturday with the platform event.  Prelims for the platform are also scheduled for 11 a.m. while the final round will begin at 12:50 p.m.  Fans can follow the action live during both remaining days of competition with live scoring at www.divemeet.com



‹ New Mexico State Swimming & Diving


advertisement
Photo Galleries

Mobile Apps