Divers continue to shine on fourth day of USA Diving Winter Nationals – TexasSports.com

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Freshman Hailey Hernandez recorded her second top-three performance and sophomore Noah Duperre reached his third final.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Texas Diving registered a pair of top-seven performances on day four of the USA Diving Winter National Championships inside the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center at the University of Indiana.
Hailey Hernandez collected her second top-three outcome of the week with a bronze medal result in the 1-meter springboard, while Noah Duperre placed seventh in the 3-meter springboard for his third top-10 result of the championships.
Hernandez scored 518.40 points in the 1-meter to secure the third-place result, rising three spots from her prelims placement where she stood in sixth with 244.70 points. It marked the second time the freshman has finished on the podium in Bloomington after also winning the gold in the synchronized 3-meter springboard with her partner Delaney Schnell during the opening day of competition.
Duperre finished seventh in the 3-meter with 779.05 points after closing out the prelim portion of the competition in sixth with 393.45 points. The sophomore has appeared in a final three times this week, earning a bronze with partner Bridget O’Neil in the mixed synchro 3-meter on the first day of the championships, then placing fifth in the synchro 3-meter springboard with partner Jack Ryan last night.
The competition continues on Friday at 9 a.m. CT with the Longhorns competing in the women’s 3-meter platform.
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