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"It was a very successful meet for OBU," said Oklahoma Baptist coach Sam Freas.
Noyles executed a reverse two and a half for 9s in posting a winning mark of 357.2 for the nation's top score in the three-meter this season. Jarod Haynes also qualified in the three-meter with a score of 267.75.
DeWall won the women's three-meter with a 241.65 to qualify for the NAIA championships and Rachel Schneider also qualified with a 220.1.
Victoria Svetgoff had her best mark in the one-meter diving with a qualifying 277.55.
The event gives OBU two men and four women in the three-meter NAIA championships and three men and six women in the one-meter.
"We're in very good position in diving going into the national meet," Freas said.
OBU will host Austin College in a 3 p.m. swimming and diving dual Thursday.