Four Indiana Divers Qualify for 2024 World Championships


BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Of the eight Indiana University affiliated divers that competed at USA Diving Winter National Championships over the last week at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville, Tennessee, four qualified to compete for Team USA at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Qatar, in February.

Indiana will send two current student-athletes, juniors Quinn Henninger and Carson Tyler, as well as alumni Andrew Capobianco and Jessica Parratto, who both actively train in Bloomington. Henninger and Tyler will participate in their first senior world championships.

Capobianco and Henninger paired to win the men’s synchronized 3-meter event with a score of 828.63. The duo put an emphasis on its performance, scoring 88.92 and 93.48 points, respectively, from their final two dives.

In July, Capobianco finished fourth in the individual 3-meter event at the 2023 World Championships. He was also a silver medalist in the synchronized competition at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, partnering with another IU teammate, Michael Hixon.

The reigning NCAA Champion on platform, Tyler won the men’s synchro event from an 825.21 score. Tyler and his partner earned at least 78 points on each of their final four dives to clinch the national title and spot on the worlds roster. He also finished third in the individual event, scoring 808.35 points.

Parratto is into her second straight World Championships in two years after earning bronze in the women’s synchronized platform competition with partner Delaney Schnell at Fukuoka this summer. The duo won at winter nationals again, posting a 597.18 total. Parratto is a two-time Olympian and earned silver with Schnell from the same event in Tokyo.


Andrew Capobianco

Men’s Synchronized 3-Meter: First, 828.63*

Anne Fowler

Women’s 1-Meter: Seventh, 473.20

Women’s 3-Meter: Eighth, 491.05

Women’s Synchronized 3-Meter: Third, 523.71

Kristen Hayden

Women’s 1-Meter: Sixth, 476.25

Women’s 3-Meter: Fifth, 538.25

Quinn Henninger

Men’s 3-Meter: Fourth, 763.25

Men’s Synchronized 3-Meter: First, 828.63*

Jessica Parratto

Women’s Synchronized Platform: First, 597.18*

Ella Roselli

Women’s 1-Meter: 16th, 220.55

Women’s 3-Meter: 29th, 198.80

Women’s Synchronized 3-Meter: Seventh, 427.41

Carson Tyler

Men’s Platform: Third, 808.35

Men’s Synchronized Platform: First, 825.21*

Lily Witte

Women’s 1-Meter: 25th, 204.60

Women’s 3-Meter: 16th, 225.90

Women’s Synchronized 3-Meter: Fifth, 484.92

* – Earns USA Diving selection for 2024 World Aquatics Championships team