Stanford Men's Diving Completes First Day Of NCAA Diving Zone E Regional
March 1, 2007
Stanford men's diving completed day one of the NCAA Diving Zone E Regional in Oklahoma City, Okla. Stanford sophomore Dwight Dumais finished less than six points away from earning his third postseason medal.
The day began with the one-meter prelims, as Dumais took fourth with a score of 316.00. Senior Kevin McLean earned a tenth place finish, posting a score of 292.35, while junior Nathan Kim placed 13 with a score of 275.40. Magrus Frick of Hawaii finished first in the prelims, recording a 360.35.
The competition moved to the finals, but once again no Cardinal was able to crack the top three. Dumais remained in fourth place, earning a total score of 634.55, less than six points away from third place finisher Brandon Watson (640.30) of BYU. McLean was unable to better his prelim finish, taking tenth place with a score of 582.15. Kim was the only member of the team able to climb the ladder, as he finished in 12 place with a score of 554.35. Hawaii's Frick was able to hang onto the first place spot as he recorded a 741.55 total score.
The team returns to action tomorrow for the three-meter event, with prelims beginning at 3:15pm and the finals at 5:45pm CST.