AMES, Iowa – South Dakota junior Haley Pederson reached the NCAA Zone Diving Qualifying mark during Friday's dual setback against Iowa State (212-84) in Ames.

Pederson finished second in the one-meter diving competition with 270.65 points, a season-best, which qualifies her for the NCAA Zone Diving Championships in March.

Sabrina Sabadeanu had a pair of individual runner-up performances in the pool, part of seven in the dual for the Coyotes. The senior swam 58.26 in the 100 back and posted a season-best of 2:05.07 in the 200 back.

Teagan Haberkorn, a freshman, posted a season-best of 5:18.55 in the 500 free to finish second while also swimming a season-best was Isabel Fairbanks in the 200 IM (2:12.02), an event she finished second in.

Kristen Quigley swam 2:13.23 in the 200 fly and Madilyn Sindelar swam 59.91 in the 100 fly to each finish second in those events.

Individual third-place efforts during the dual came from Hannah Aitkin (1000 free), Emily Johnson (200 free), Quigley (500 free), Maren Iverson (100 fly), Cassie Ketterling (200 IM), Naomi Bingham (1M Diving) and Pederson (3M Diving).


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