Alison Gibson, a sophomore at UT, teamed up with Brooke Schultz to finish fourth in the synchronized three-meter diving final at the World University Games in Taipei City, Taiwan Thursday.
It was Gibson’s second event at the competition.
Diving for the United States, the duo scored 268.17 points, just 2.13 points behind third place.
Mexico took the gold medal with 290.22 points. South Korea finished in second place with 280.89 points while Russia took bronze with 270.30 points.
Earlier in the week, Gibson finished 18th in the one-meter springboard event with 229.10 points.
In swimming, UT junior Joanna Evans qualified for two finals events. Swimming for The Bahamas, Evans finished the 200-meter freestyle in 1 minutes, 59.19 seconds to qualify fifth. She qualified seventh for the 800 freestyle in 8:36.89.
Austin Katz, who swam for the U.S. and will join UT this semester, qualified second for the 200 backstroke final with a time of 1:57.69.