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Wong, Dyer Qualify For NCAA’s Following Second Day of Zone Diving Championships

Mizzou Divers at 2024 SEC Championships

HOUSTON, Texas – The University of Missouri Diving tandem in Kamryn Wong and Collier Dyer each qualified for the NCAA Championships later this month following their performance at the Zone Diving Championships Tuesday.

Dyer used a personal record in the final session of the 1-meter competition (375.20) to propel his way to a sixth-place finish. The mark also drives Dyer to seventh place on Mizzou’s all-time leaderboard.

Wong was consistent throughout the day, using two scores of 300+ to end up 11th in the 3-meter. 

NCAA Zone Diving Championships – Day Two (March 12, 2024)
Event Diver // Placement Prelims Score Finals Score Total
1-Meter (M) Collier Dyer // 6th 330.10 375.20 705.30
3-Meter (W) Kamryn Wong // 11th 314.05 300.90 614.95


Mizzou Diving wraps up the NCAA Zone Diving Championships with tomorrow’s platform contests. Dyer and Wong will be joined by Catie Rodocker and Tommaso Zannella for prelims as all four Tigers will have their sights set on finals. All the action will be streaming on


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