The Virginia Tech duo of Logan Shinholser and Ryan Hawkins put together an impressive run at the U.S. Olympic Diving Trials outside Seattle.
The pair made the final round in the men's synchronized 10-meter platform event. Their cumulative score of 1,074.00 was good for fourth place overall.
The winning combo of Nick McCrory from Duke and 2008 Olympian David Boudia clinched a berth on Team USA with a total score of 1,387.86.
Shinholser, the ACC's Male Diver of the Year, will be in the finals of Saturday's individual platform competition. He is currently fifth, with Boudia and McCrory first and second, respectively.
Hawkins finished fifteenth in the 10m event.
In the women's competition, Tech's Logan Kline finished sixth in the 3-meter synchro (742.20). She was paired with Gabriella Agostino, a former teammate at Indiana.
Another Duke diver, Abby Johnston, paired with another 2008 Olympian, Kelci Bryant, to claim a spot on Team USA. That pair edged the duo of Kassidy Cook and Christina Loukas by just 0.42 points.
Two other Virginia Tech divers are finished at the Trials. Kelli Stockton finished 22nd in the women's individual platform.
ACC Female Diver of the Year Kaylea Arnett finished 25th in the platform, 26th in the individual 3-meter springboard and 11th in the 3-meter synchro, paired with Purdue's Michelle Cabassol.