Michele Bertolino And Hannah Krimm Set For NCAA Zone B Diving Championships

March 11, 2009

ATLANTA – Junior Hannah Krimm and sophomore Michele Bertolino will represent Georgia Tech at the NCAA Zone B Diving Championships, March 13-15, at the University of Tennessee.

“This is always one of the toughest zone meets in the country and this year will be no exception,” Tech Diving Coach John Ames said. “Hannah and Michele have been very steady and are coming off strong performances in the ACC meet. There are a number of great divers in this region from the ACC and SEC, including three freshmen from our conference alone. Historically, if you qualify out of this zone then you score at the NCAA meet. We saw that last season with Hannah’s great performance.”

Krimm became the first female in school history to earn All-American honors after finishing seventh on the three-meter spring board at the NCAA Championships last season. She was also 15th on the one-meter board to earn honorable mention All-American accolades. Her performance in last year’s meet brought an extra qualifying spot back to this zone.

Both Bertolino and Krimm will be competing in the one-meter and three-meter events.

Follow each dive with live results, while a complete recap will be posted nightly at www.ramblinwreck.com.

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