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NCAA.com | March 8, 2017

DII men's and women's diving qualifiers announced

INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Committee announced Tuesday the participants in the 2017 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Diving Championships.

The men’s and women’s championships will be held March 8-11 at the CrossPlex in Birmingham, Alabama, in conjunction with the Division II Sports Festival. The University of Alabama in Huntsville and the city of Birmingham will serve as co-hosts. A total of 18 male student-athletes and 22 female student-athletes will compete in the diving portion of the championships.

Divers were determined by performances achieved during the Qualification Diving Meet, held Tuesday, March 7, at the CrossPlex. The complete list of all swimmers and divers competing in the championships is available for women's qualifiers here and men's qualifiers here.

The 2017 NCAA Division II Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships will be webcast during the prelims and finals of each day of the national championships and can be accessed through NCAA.com, beginning Wednesday, March 8.   

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