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A week before the swimmers took to the pool, NU’s diving team competed in its own CAA championships in Newark, Del.
Day one of the competition saw sophomore Jacquelyn Gover earn fifth place in the 3-meter diving competition. Freshman Mackenzie Hagist was one of two freshmen to reach the 3-meter finals, taking home an eighth place finish.
On day two, the Huskies had divers finish in fourth, sixth and seventh out of eight competitors. Gover led Northeastern with her fourth-place finish, while sophomores Caroline Gonsalves and Alyssa Seales came in sixth and seventh respectively.
Gover accumulated 251.30 points in the one-meter diving competition, edging out James Madison University’s Carly Alexander for fourth place overall.
Olivia Lehman of James Madison University took home first-place honors for the weekend, ending up with a total score of 290.45 points.
“Overall we did a lot better than last year,” Brew said. “I feel like all the hard work we put in and how focused everyone was this year really paid off.”
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.