Lauren Bosco | Posted: 5 Feb 2021 | Updated: 19 Feb 2021

Day two of AFA Diving Invitational

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Day two of the AFA Diving Invitational

COLORADO SPRINGS - Three BYU divers earned spots at the championship events on Friday at the AFA Diving Invitational. 

Mickey Strauss gained another second place title in the invitational with a score of 337.95 in the men's 3-m championship. In fifth place, out of 30 divers, Morgan Paul scored 258.10 in the women's 1-meter championship. Whereas Adia London placed 2nd in the women's 1-meter consolation finals with a score of 245.95.

Men's 3M championship

  • Mickey Strauss - 337.95 - 2nd

Women's 1M championship

  • Morgan Paul - 258.10 - 5th
  • Kaylie Jackson - 232.60 - 7th

Women's 1M preliminary round

  • Morgan Paul - 262.25 - 4th
  • Kaylie Jackson - 233.75 - 7th
  • Adia London - 230.40 - 9th

The tournament concludes tomorrow with the men's and women's platform. The women's championship will occur from 11:15-11:45 a.m. MT and the men's championship will take place from 3-3:30 p.m. MT.

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