Freshman Hannah Butler of No. 24 UCLA swim and dive became the first Bruin freshman since 2016 to qualify for the NCAA championship when she took sixth place in the 1-meter competition at the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships.
In what was possibly their final competition of the year, the Bruin divers booked three tickets to the NCAA championships, and were close two securing two more.
The Bruin divers will travel back to the Evergreen State this week with a chance to qualify for the NCAA championships.
No. 24 UCLA swim and dive (7-3, 4-3 Pac-12) will head back to Federal Way, Washington, to compete in the NCAA Zone E Diving Championships Monday through Wednesday.
The Bruins will begin the postseason by facing off against all of their rivals once again.
No. 24 UCLA swim and dive (7-3, 4-3 Pac-12) will travel to the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way, Washington, for the Pac-12 championship this week.
The Bruins have competed for the final time at home this season.
UCLA swim and dive (7-3, 4-3 Pac-12) hosted No. 24 USC (5-3, 5-2) on Friday and Saturday at Spieker Aquatics Center in the Bruins’ final home meet of the year, falling to their crosstown rivals 181-119.
If the circumstances had been slightly different, the Bruins might have come home last season with championship No. 119.
UCLA swim and dive scored 75 points during the 2019 NCAA championships, putting the Bruins in 17th place by the end of the meet.
Women’s tennisDonovon Barnes, Daily Bruin contributor
The Bruins will face off against some familiar opponents.
No. 4 UCLA women tennis (2-0) will welcome Saint Mary’s and UC Santa Barbara to the Los Angeles Tennis Center for its second and third matches this weekend.
During a weekend when most students may have left town, the Bruin divers were battling to defend home turf against a plethora of collegiate opponents.
UCLA swim and dive (7-0, 4-0 Pac-12) hosted the Bruin Diving Invitational this past weekend, with the meet running from Friday to Sunday.
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