Tuxen, Wilson Qualify for NCAA’s on Day Two of Zones

by Tanner Craft | Communications Student Assistant
Tuxen, Wilson Qualify for NCAA’s on Day Two of Zones

Dallas – LSU divers Aimee Wilson and Anne Tuxen both qualified for the Women’s 2020 NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships with their performances on three-meter on day one of the 2020 NCAA Zone D Diving Regional. The regional will conclude tomorrow, March 11.

Wilson finished in second place on three-meter to qualify for the same event at the 2020 Women’s NCAA Championships. Wilson dove to a score of 332.35 in the prelims and score of 350.75 in the finals, finishing with a score of 683.10. Yesterday, Wilson qualified for the one-meter springboard at NCAA’s.

Tuxen finished in 13th place on three-meter to qualify for the NCAA Championships for the first time in her career. The freshman dove to a score of 268.70 in the prelims and 309.00 in the finals to finish with a final score of 577.70.

Also for the Tigers, Dakota Hurbis finished in 10th place, one spot away from qualifying for the one-meter springboard, with a total score of 596.70. Hayley Montague finished in 36th place on women’s three-meter with a score of 237.05.

The Tigers will be back in action tomorrow at 11 a.m. CT from the Robson & Lindley Aquatic Center and Barr-Mcmillion Natatorium on the campus of SMU. Both the men and women will compete on the platform.






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