Brooke Schultz earned a second-place finish on the 3-meter Friday afternoon at the NCAA Swimming and Diving National Championships in her second Top 5 finish of the meet.
Razorback divers Maha Amer and Brooke Schultz are set to compete at the NCAA Zone ‘D’ Diving Championships at Texas this week, looking to qualify for the NCAA Championships later this month.
In the final day at the SEC Championships, the 400-yard freestyle relay team earned bronze and junior Anna Hopkin earned her second silver medal of the meet.
In the fourth day of the SEC Championships, Arkansas swimming and diving set five personal bests and sent four swimmers to the finals.
Junior Anna Hopkin set her second individual record of the SEC Championships on day three of the meet, her 13th record-breaking performance of the season.
In the second day of the SEC Championships, Arkansas set two more records and sophomore Brooke Schultz took the 1-meter title for the second consecutive year.
Arkansas had a successful first day at the SEC Championships, with the Hogs setting two records and sophomore Brooke Schultz earning her second consecutive 3-meter conference title.
The Arkansas swimming and diving team defeated Kansas 172-128 Saturday afternoon in the regular season finale, honoring its 10 seniors prior to the meet.
Arkansas will host Kansas Saturday morning in the team’s final meet of the regular season. The Hogs will recognize their 10 seniors prior to the meet.
Brooke Schultz set the 3-meter and 1-meterschool and pool records as the swimming and diving team defeated No. 25 Houston, 193-107, Friday night.