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Windle and Coburn Each Claim Victory on Day Six

By USA Diving | Aug. 03, 2017, 9:27 p.m. (ET)

Jordan Windle (center) seen here with Joshua Davidson (left) and Greg Duncan (right) after winning the 16-18 Boys' 3-meter national championship.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Day six of the 2017 USA Diving National Championships produced six national champions at the McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion on the campus of the Ohio State University Thursday night, including victories by two 2017 World Championships team members and a pair of siblings.

Jordan Windle (Fort Lauderdale Diving Team) came out on top in the 16-18 boys’ 3-meter final, finishing with a score of 708.90. Windle scored 235.55 on his voluntary scores in the semifinal and added 473.35 on his six optional dives in the final. Joshua Davidson (Woodlands Diving Academy) totaled 628.05 for second, and Greg Duncan (Dominion Dive Club) scored 614.20 for bronze.

“This national championship felt amazing,” said Windle. “Diving with everyone for my last nationals and being able to perform the way I did was breathtaking.”

Maria Coburn (Longhorn Aquatics) crafted a gold-medal performance in the 16-18 girls’ 1-meter final with a total of 480.35 points. She carried over 195.05 from her voluntary score in the semifinal and scored 285.30 on her optional dives in the final. Bridget O’Neil (GC Divers) took second at 466.80 and Ivy Houser (RipFest) tallied 448.30 for third.

“It was really good to compete against a lot of good girls,” Coburn noted. “Just being able to push each other and see what we can do.”

The 14-15 girls’ 1-meter final was won by Anne Fowler (Alexandria Dive Club) as she put up a mark of 354.60. Second place went to Hailey Hernandez (GC Divers) with 351.30 points, and Sophia McAfee (Trojan Dive Club) took third with 320.35.

Tyler Downs (Unattached) claimed the top spot in the 14-15 boys’ 3-meter final, compiling 476.35 points for gold. He was followed by Ohio State Diving Club athlete Jack Matthews, who fashioned 454.20 points for silver. Quinn Henninger (Mile High Dive Club) won bronze with 422.55 points.

Fowlers’ younger brother Max (Alexandria Dive Club) won the 12-13 boys’ 3-meter title, giving him his second gold of the meet. Fowler manufactured 359.60 points to edge out Nicholas Harris (West Chester Diving) who scored 356.40 points in the final. Fowler’s first gold came yesterday on platform, where Harris earned his first medal of the meet with bronze. Joshua Thai (SoCal Divers) finished third with 348.00 points.

The 12-13 girls’ platform final saw Elena Yeh (Arrow Dive Club) win her first gold of the national championships and second medal overall. She amassed a score of 235.00 points to hold off Rose Bowl Aquatics’ Alexandra Warshaw (229.15) and Legacy Diving’s Lily Witte (223.65). Yeh won bronze in the 12-13 girls’ 1-meter event earlier in the meet where Witte took gold.

Day seven of competition at the 2017 USA Diving National Championships includes: 14-15 boys’ platform semifinal, 14-15 girls’ 3-meter semifinal, 12-13 boys’ 1-meter final, 16-18 girls’ platform semifinal, 16-18 boys’ 1-meter semifinal, 12-13 girls’ 3-meter final, 14-15 boys’ platform final, 14-15 girls’ 3-meter final, 16-18 girls’ platform final and 16-18 boys’ 1-meter final. Competition starts at 9:00 a.m. ET.

The USA Diving National Championships is part of the 2017 Team USA Summer Champions Series, presented by Comcast. The Champions Series showcases numerous Olympic sports throughout the season, highlighting the year-round quest of Team USA athletes to compete at the Olympic Games.

Day 6 Final Results

16-18 Girls’ 1-meter Final – Top 12

1. Maria Coburn (Longhorn Aquatics), 480.35; 2. Bridget O'Neil (GC Diving), 466.80; 3. Ivy Houser (RipFest), 448.30; 4. Carolina Sculti (Marlins Diving Club), 435.65; 5. Camryn McPherson (Legacy Diving), 430.00; 6. Abby Gardner (Atlanta Diving Association), 422.80; 7. Daria Lenz (SoCal Divers), 421.65; 8. Jacqueline Brenn (The Indiana International School of Diving), 418.35; 9. Jessie Creed (Windy City Diving), 415.80; 10. Jessica Warak (Nebraska Diving Club), 402.05; 11. Maggie Merriman (Moss Farms Diving), 395.80; 12. Sarah Rousseau (Ft Lauderdale Diving Team), 388.70

16-18 Boys’ 3-meter Final – Top 12

1. Jordan Windle (Ft Lauderdale Diving Team), 708.90; 2. Joshua Davidson (Woodlands Diving Academy), 628.05; 3. Gregory Duncan (Dominion Dive Club), 614.20; 4. Noah Duperre (Ohio State Diving Club), 609.90; 5. Conor Casey (Alexandria Dive Club), 598.10; 6. Zachary Allen (Ft Lauderdale Diving Team), 582.30; 7. Jacob Fielding (Trojan Dive Club), 580.45; 8. Maxwell Flory (Dominion Dive Club), 561.45; 9. Lyle Yost (American Flyers Diving), 554.40; 10. Jacob Siler (Tennessee Diving), 544.10; 11. Maxim Royzen (Windy City Diving), 517.40; 12. Christopher Canning (Windy City Diving), 506.70

14-15 Girls’ 1-meter Final – Top 12

1. Anne Fowler (Alexandria Dive Club), 354.60; 2. Hailey Hernandez (GC Diving), 351.30; 3. Sophia McAfee (Trojan Dive Club), 320.35; 4. Mayson Richards (GC Diving), 320.10; 5. Allison Ward (GC Diving), 317.65; 6. Chrismon Clark (Duke Diving), 308.50; 7. Meghan Wenzel (Centennial Diving), 305.35; 8. Francesca Noviello (Stanford Diving), 302.80; 9. Megan Carter (Nebraska Diving Club), 299.15; 10. Samantha Vear (Unattached), 296.90; 11. Remi Edvalson (Stanford Diving), 295.65; 12. Julia Fidanza (Ohio State Diving Club), 290.95

14-15 Boys’ 3-meter Final – Top 12

1. Tyler Downs (Unattached), 476.35; 2. Jack Matthews (Ohio State Diving Club), 454.20; 3. Quinn Henninger (Mile High Dive Club), 422.55; 4. Clayton Chaplin (Mile High Dive Club), 417.85; 5. Kevin Mendez (Pine Crest Diving), 413.00; 6. Jordan Rzepka (Ohio State Diving Club), 410.30; 7. Jonathan Geraghty (Coral Springs Diving), 409.05; 8. Manuel Borowski (Dominion Dive Club), 403.60; 9. Maxwell Weinrich (Montgomery Dive Club), 398.85; 10. Seamus Harding (LOB Diving), 382.80; 11. Jackson Miller (GC Diving), 376.55; 12. Reid Gerken (High Dive Champions), 336.60

12-13 Girls’ Platform Final – Top 12

1. Elena Yeh (Arrow Dive Club), 235.00; 2. Alexandra Warshaw (Rose Bowl Aquatics), 229.15; 3. Lily Witte (Legacy Diving), 223.65; 4. Supisara Shauntel Lim (Stanford Diving), 219.75; 5. Kamryn Wong (GC Diving), 214.95; 6. Olivia Paquette (Whirlwind Diving), 211.55; 7. Cailey Purswell (Alamo Area Aquatics Diving), 210.55; 8. Sadie Walkup (Rose Bowl Aquatics), 205.50; 9. Ruth McCranie (Moss Farms Diving), 203.05; 10. Laura Fisher (Rose Bowl Aquatics), 202.35; 11. Gloria Lai (Stanford Diving), 199.30; 12. Bailee Sturgill (Ohio State Diving Club), 199.00

12-13 Boys’ 3-meter Final – Top 12

1. Max Fowler (Alexandria Dive Club), 359.60; 2. Nicholas Harris (West Chester Diving), 356.40; 3. Joshua Thai (SoCal Divers), 348.00; 4. Jacob Fisher (Alexandria Dive Club), 344.75; 5. Harrison Nolan (Windy City Diving), 342.20; 6. Maxwell Miller (Woodlands Diving Academy), 340.75; 7. Finnian Gelbach (Alexandria Dive Club), 331.05; 8. Trever Cheung (City of Midland), 323.40; 9. Denny Gulia-Janovski (Ft Lauderdale Diving Team), 321.20; 10. Carson Tyler (Moss Farms Diving), 320.95; 11. Jacob Jones (Woodlands Diving Academy), 312.70; 12. Pierce Brooke (Longhorn Aquatics), 306.80

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