Prigge Places In Top 16 At NCAAs
    Junior Hannah Prigge was named an Honorable Mention All-American in the Platform dive Saturday afternoon.
    Junior Hannah Prigge was named an Honorable Mention All-American in the Platform dive Saturday afternoon.

    March 23, 2013

    By Kelly Mason
    kelbel2@mail.fresnostate.edu
    GoBulldogs.com

    INDIANAPOLIS -- On day three of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships Fresno State's Hannah Prigge had an outstanding day as she was named an Honorable Mention All-American Platform diver for finishing in the top 16.

    Prigge, a junior from Rocklin, Calif., finished in tenth place after the preliminary round with her score of 277.30. The top eight divers advanced to the finals and the next eight advanced to the consolation finals. Prigge's score, 277.30, was only two points behind the eighth place finisher in the prelim round to show how close the scores were within the top 16.

    In the final round Prigge scored a 262.05 and had an overall finish of 15th in the Platform competition at the NCAA national championships.

    Prigge is Fresno State's first diver to ever compete at the NCAA national championship meet. She is now the first ever Honorable Mention All-American diver that Fresno State has had.

    As a team, Fresno State tied with 2013 Mountain West champion San Diego State for 41st in the national meet.

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