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Hawkeyes Set for NCAA Zone Diving
Iowa travels to Minneapolis for Zone D Championships
Joelle Christy and the men's and women's diving teams head to Minneapolis for Zone Diving
Joelle Christy and the men's and women's diving teams head to Minneapolis for Zone Diving
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March 7, 2014

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    IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The University of Iowa diving team will travel to Minneapolis on March 10-12 for the 2014 NCAA Zone D Diving Championships, hosted by the University of Minnesota.

    Sophomore Addison Boschult and freshman Brandis Heffner will represent the men's team. Boschult enters the championships with the school record on the platform event with a score of 373.85, which he recorded at the Hawkeye Invitational this fall. Heffner recorded a season-best on the 3-meter springboard last weekend at the Big Ten Championships.

    Redshirt juniors Joelle Christy and Abby Grilli, along with sophomore Samantha Wagner and freshmen Calli Head and Lydia Lehnert make it a contingent of women traveling to the Zone D Championships. Head set the school record on the platform event with a score of 289.60 during the 2014 Big Ten Championships, while Christy and and Grilli both have scores that rank in the top-10 in school history in the 1 and 3-meter springboard events.

    Monday will feature the women's 1-meter and the men's 3-meter competitions. The men and women will swap events on Tuesday, with the women competing on the 3-meter while the men dive on the 1-meter. The Zone D Championships will conclude Wednesday with the platform event.

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