Abigail Andrews of The Woodlands, Texas and Abigail Erickson of Highlands Ranch, Colo.  have signed national letters of intent to continue their careers with the University of Louisville women’s diving team according to UofL diving coach Ryan Rougeux. Andrews joins the Cardinals from The Woodlands, Texas where she is an All-State diver and captain for The Woodlands College Park High School. In 2018, Andrews placed eighth overall on the 1-meter at the University Interscholastic League Texas 6A State Championships. She is also a member of The Woodlands Diving Academy National Team and has qualified for multiple USA Diving National Championships. Outside of the pool, Andrews has experienced success in the classroom as an AP Scholar.Andrews on why she chose Louisville“I chose the University of Louisville for two reasons: 1.) I knew I would be pushed to my fullest potential both in the pool and in the classroom and 2.) because that is where I found my family. I knew that’s where I am meant to be.” Erickson heads east to Louisville from Highlands Ranch, Colo., bringing a great deal of national-level experience to the Cardinals. A team captain of the Mile High Dive Club, Erickson is a multi-time USA Zone qualifier and was a 2017 Synchro Nationals finalist. Erickson’s talents also extend to the classroom, where she is a member of the National Honors Society at Valor High School and is a part of the Valor Cum Laude Society.Erickson on why she chose Louisville“I chose the University of Louisville because it is a very welcoming place that I see myself calling home for the next 4 years. It is also a place that will push me academically and athletically to do my best and where I can continue to grow as a person in all aspects of life.”   Nancy Allison WorleyAssociate Director, Sports InformationUniversity of Louisville Athletics


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