Swimming & Diving $3K for 3M Championship
Clarion University is home from the NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving Championships with more hardware to display.
On the fourth day of competition, Christina Sather posted an astronomical 515.60. With a final score 8.8 points better than second place, she became Clarion’s first national champion in the 3M dive since Kristin Day in 2015.
"If you can't get excited about something like that, there's not too much you can get excited about," diving coach Dave Hrovat said.
Sather is the 48th Clarion diver to win a national championship under Hrovat.
In celebration of this amazing accomplishment, we are launching our $3K for 3M Championship Campaign. Fifty percent of your donation will go to the Pat Kiehl Diving Scholarship and 50% will go into the Dr. Rebecca Rutt Leas Women's Swimming Scholarship.
“We are extremely proud of Coach Hrovat and his divers and their accomplishments at this year’s NCAA championships. He has proven year after year that he is the best coach in the country. Please contribute to this fund and help us continue this legacy!” – Head Swimming and Diving Coach, Brehan Kelley
“Our swimming and diving programs continue to have high levels of success at conference, regional and national levels. Through the support of our generous donors, this program’s future is bright as we work to continue that success for many years to come!” – Dr. Wendy Snodgrass – Director of Athletics