USC's Blythe Hartley Named Pac-10 Women's Diver of the Month
Dec. 15, 2004
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - USC diver Blythe Hartley has been named the Pacific-10 Conference Women's Diver of the Month for November, Commissioner Tom Hansen announced today.
Hartley, a junior from North Vancouver, B.C., swept the springboard events in meets against Arizona and Arizona State. Against the Wildcats, Hartley won the one-meter event with a score of 306.83 before taking the three-meter with a 313.35 mark. Versus the Sun Devils, Hartley recorded a 293.93 en route to the one-meter victory before completing the sweep with a score of 288.60 in the three-meter event.
The 2002 NCAA Women's Diver of the Year, Hartley competed in the 2004 Olympics for the Canadian National Team, winning a bronze medal in Athens in 10-meter synchronized diving.
This is the first monthly honor for Hartley, and USC's first Diver of the Month all-time.
2004-05 Pac-10 Divers of the Month: Nov. - Blythe Hartley, Jr., USC.
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