US OLYMPIC DIVING TRIALS: Delaney Schnell is 5th in Platform competition

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U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Diving
June 18-26: Indianapolis

Delaney Schnell (USA DIVING)

Delaney Schnell (USA DIVING)

Tucson High junior Delaney Schnell (Tucson Diving Team) is in fifth place after the semifinal round of the Senior Women Platform. She will compete in the final round on Saturday, June 25. The top two divers will qualify for the Olympics.

Schnell is paired with 20-year-old Samantha Bromberg of the University of Texas/Longhorn Aquatics for the Synchronized Women Platform event at the U.S. Olympic Diving Trials this week in Indianapolis.

Schnell and Bromberg are in third place after competing on Saturday with the final scheduled for Wednesday, June 22. The top team will qualify.

Synchronized Women Platform (Prelim/Quarterfinal)
1: Jessica Parratto / Amy Cozad 306.00
2: Anna James / Katrina Young 296.94
3: Samantha Bromberg / Delaney Schnell 282.30

Synchronized Women Platform (Semifinal)
1: Jessica Parratto / Amy Cozad 617.28
2: Anna James / Katrina Young 576.00
3: Samantha Bromberg / Delaney Schnell 560.64

Senior Women Platform (Prelim/Quarterfinal)
1: Jessica Parratto-369.75
2: Amy Cozad-338.60
3: Samantha Bromberg-322.25
4: Victoria Lamp-311.30
5: Delaney Schnell-297.50

Senior Women Platform (Semifinal)
1: Jessica Parratto-714.95
3: Samantha Bromberg-645.95
2: Amy Cozad-645.80
4: Katrina Young-620.35
5: Delaney Schnell-599.65

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