Aiacoboae finished fourth in the platform final with a score of 313.50.
On the third day of competition at the 2015 NCAA Championships, the Arizona State women's swimming and diving program posted top times in the program's record books.
Juanita Barreto led the way for the Devils setting a lifetime-best time.
The Lady Devils will begin NCAA's on Thursday, Mar. 19.
The Arizona State diving team entered Wednesday's final day of Zone E Qualifying from the United States Air Force Academcy in Colorado Springs, Colo. with two divers qualified for NCAA Championships. When it exited the venue to make the trip back to Tempe, the number of qualifiers had doubled.
Hoffer scored a 731.35 in the finals and finished sixth overall.
Casper recorded a final score of 672.30.
The ASU women finished in seventh place with 610 points.
At the end of day three, ASU holds onto sixth place with 448 points heading into the final day of competition.
The Sun Devils jumped two positions on the day, currently residing in seventh place with 207 points.
The Devils put up the second fastest time of all time at ASU in the 200 medley relay.
As a team, the Lady Devils averaged a GPA of 3.21. The men's team averaged a 3.12 GPA.