zbrady | Posted: 20 Nov 2014 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

BYU divers set for Wildcat Diving Invite

main image

PROVO, Utah – The BYU men’s and women’s dive teams head south this weekend to compete in the Wildcat Diving Invite Nov. 21-22. The University of Arizona will host the event at the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center in Tucson, Arizona.

"There are a lot of great teams at this event," BYU diving head coach Keith Russell said. "There are a couple of Pac-12 teams and some other good schools so this is great to get us ready for our conference meets."

The Cougars will compete against eight schools including Arizona, NAU, Boise State, Cal, New Mexico, Idaho, UNLV and New Mexico State.

Mackenzie Rands is coming off a win against UC Davis in the 3-meter with a score of 294.00. Megan Johnson Harris finished third in the 3-meter scoring a 263.55. Haley Francois Quinn will also be competing.

For the men, Kevin Dreesen is coming off a win in the 1-meter (344.10) and 3-meter (320.93) against UNLV. Nathan Gonzalesfinished second in the 1-meter against the Rebels with a 283.13, and Jordan Tuckfield finished third in the 1-meter scoring a 266.25. Matt Hopper will also make the trip.

The Invite begins at noon MST. For results following the event you can visit the men’s and women’s dive schedule pages.

Recent Stories

Four BYU swim and dive athletes names 2023 CSCAA Scholar All-Americans.
Four BYU swim and dive athletes named CSCAA Scholar All-Americans

Four BYU swim and dive athletes were honored as 2023 Scholar All-Americans when the College Swimming and Diving Coaches…

MPSF Conference Awards - 2023
Men's and women's swim and dive honored in MPSF post-season awards

BYU divers Mickey Strauss and Alexia Jackson were each awarded the 2023 MPSF Diver of the Year award, while Brad Prolo…