Prigge Closes Career With School Record

    March 22, 2014

    By: Andrew Rich
    arich1221@mail.fresnostate.edu
    GoBulldogs.com

    MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- Senior diver Hannah Prigge closed her Fresno State career by setting a new school-record on the Platform and by placing 13th in the NCAA Championships at the University of Minnesota.

    "She had a great day and I am so proud of her," Fresno State diving coach Taryn Patrick said. "This was a great way for her to end her career."

    Prigge scored a school-record best 303.20 in the preliminary round to finish 10th in the opening round and qualify for the consolation final. Then in the consolation final she scored a 276.60 to finish 13th and earn All-American status.

    "I felt really good today and had a great day," Prigge said. "I was really happy that I broke 300 (points) on the Platform. It was one of my goals all season."

    Prigge finishes her career with back-to-back NCAA Championship appearances and the holder of multiple diving records at Fresno State.

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