Atlanta, Ga.Whit Andrews Both confirmed Auburn’s victory by 1 m Ashlyn Sullivan And Abigail Farrara He has never missed a medal Jeff ShafferA team of divers had five podium finishes on day one of the Georgia Tech Diving Invitational.
Sullivan started meeting women on the right foot. Her 299.30 in the 3m was good enough to take second place in the 3m. Meanwhile, teammate Abigail Farrara Prepare a strong list for 291.50 and third position.
Sullivan and Farrar were also impressive when it came to the 1m time. Farrar finished just one point shy of his career best (285.95) to finish third with Sullivan’s 265.95.
As he often does, Connor Pruitt For Auburn, the boys led with a 3m route. The Opelika native dialed in a respectable 354.35 for fourth. Walker Creedon’s 344.60 puts Virginia’s transfer in fifth place. Whit Andrews And Hunter Kebler Take the seventh and tenth respectively.
Whit Andrews Absolutely love the McAuley Aquatic Center. The Winston-Salem, North Carolina native set a personal best and 3-meter mark in the meet against Georgia Tech in early January. On Friday, Andrus went to work on the 1-meter, scoring 341.50 points to earn his second win of the season.
Pruitt touches fourth. Creedon and Kebler finished tenth and eleventh.
Head Diving Instructor, Jeff Shaffer
“This meet is designed for us to get one more competitive experience before the SEC Championship next month. We did some good things today and we missed a couple of things with a lack of focus and a few mental mistakes. Overall, we need to get stronger. Continue to learn how to finish up and down.”
“Abby was amazing on 1m today and Ashlyn was strong on 3m. The boys were a bit off on 3m but Whit gave us a good shot on 1m. Tomorrow will be good. A chance for us all to prove our best.”
On the final day of the competition, both men and women prepare for the wall. Saturday diving begins at 10 am CT.