Florida Atlantic University swimming and diving’s Victoria Moretti concluded her time at the 2017 NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday afternoon after competing in both the 3-meter and platform events.
On Deck with Head Coach Preacco
“Victoria is one of the few divers in the country who qualified at this high national level,” said Head Swim and Dive Coach Lara Preacco. “As a freshman in her first NCAA Championship, Victoria mad a few mistakes, but with the right attitude, she was able to perform some great dives throughout the week. She learned a lot and will use that experience in years to come. Victoria had an amazing year, and there is no doubt that she will continue to show us greatness over the next three years.”
Making A Splash
- Moretti made her championship debut in the 3-meter prelims on Friday afternoon. The freshman finished 44th with a score of 260.65.
- She followed up that performance on Saturday in the platform prelims. Moretti came in 45th with a final score of 168.05. She averaged an impressive score of 7.0 on her fifth and final dive.
The Owls will continue training to prepare for next season as well as welcome the 2017-18 recruiting class. Visit www.FAUsports.com for the latest news on FAU swimming and diving coming in the next few weeks.
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