BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Sewanee divers Noel Whitlock and Paisley Simmons finished as the top-two divers in the one-meter dive Wednesday night to open competition at the 2019 Southern Athletic Association Championships.
INSIDE THE CHAMPIONSHIPS
Women's Leaderboard After Day 1
1. Birmingham-Southern (134 points)
2. Sewanee (129)
3. Rhodes (114)
4. Hendrix (99)
5. Centre (96)
6. Berry (92)
Men's Leaderboard After Day 1
1. Berry (56)
2. Birmingham-Southern (54)
3. Rhodes (48)
5. Hendrix (38)
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TOP FEMALE PERFORMERS
-Noel Whitlock and Paisley Simmons finished as the top two divers in the one-meter dive. Whitlock won the event with a 424.90 score, while Simmons scored a 409.45. The duo has already qualified for the NCAA Diving Regional Championships earlier in the season.
TOP MALE PERFORMERS
-In the 800 freestyle relay, Anthony Carbone, James Hoyt, Thomas Young and Lee Haber finished with a 6:59.86. The quartet set a new school record, previously set by Brian Glatt, Ed Dennis, Michael Whitehead and Jackson Cromer, who swam a 7:01.68 in 2015.
Hear from Noel Whitlock on her performance in the dive.
Day two of the SAA Championships continue on Thursday from the Birmingham CrossPlex.