USC's Nike Agunbiade Wins Platform Consolation Final to Wrap Up NCAA's
Sophomore Nike Agunbiade won the platform diving consolation final to lead the Trojans on the final day of competition at the 2021 NCAA Women's Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday (Mar. 19) in Greensboro, N.C.
USC wrapped up the NCAA Championships with 51 points, finishing 22nd overall.
Pac-12 Champion Agunbiade finished 14th during platform prelims but returned to the consolation final to finish first with a score of 294.70. Her score in the consolation final would've been sixth in the championship final.
Junior Hallie Kinsey was 26th in the 200y fly, finishing in 1:56.72.
Junior Isabelle Odgers led the way for the Trojans in the 200y breaststroke, finishing 30th overall in 2:10.09. Freshman Kaitlyn Dobler was shortly behind in 2:12.67.
Representing USC in the 100y free was senior Jemma Schlicht, who finished 24th overall with a time of 48.88.
Sophomore Aela Janvier was 29th in the 200y back, touching in 1:55.42.
USC's 400y free relay closed out the evening with a 20th place finish as Schlicht, Dobler, Marta Ciesla and Odgers battled until the very end, posting a 3:17.65.