Lauren Bosco | Posted: 4 Feb 2021 | Updated: 19 Feb 2021

Day one of AFA Diving Invitational

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Day one of the AFA Diving Invitational

COLORADO SPRINGS - During the first day of the AFA Diving Invitational, three BYU divers made it to the final rounds.

Adia London placed fifth in the Women 3-meter Championship while Morgan Paul placed sixth out of 30 divers. In addition, Kaylie Jackson took second in the 3-meter consolation finals with a score of 243.95.

From the men's team, Mickey Strauss reached second place with a total score of 338.90 in the 1-meter championship. Whereas Cody Dressen placed third in the 1-meter consolation finals with a score of 260.75.

Women's 3M Championship

  • Adia London - 234.30 - 5th
  • Morgan Paul - 233.65 - 6th

Men's 1M Championship

  • Mickey Strauss - 338.90 - 2nd

On Friday, the women will compete in the 1-meter prelims during which the men will compete in the 3-meter. The women's finals will be held from 6-6:30 p.m. MT, and directly after the men's finals will be held from 7-7:30 p.m. MT. All the events can be livestreamed on the Air Force Falcons YouTube channel. 

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