Peterson Takes Second In Three-Meter At Trojan Invite
Nov. 7, 2002
Los Angeles, Calif. - Stanford diver Adam Peterson finished second in the three-meter event with a score of 477.00 on the first day of the Trojan Diving Invitational on Thursday at the McDonald's Swim Stadium on the USC campus. Teammate Gavin Olmstead finished third (450.85) to help the Cardinal claim two of the top three spots in this event.
USC's Ray Vincent won the three-meter event with a winning total of 518.95.
Stanford's Jeff Durbin took ninth in the semifinals with a total of 349.45.
Friday's events will feature women's 3-meter springboard and men's 1-meter springboard. Saturday's events include men's and women's platform. Competition begins at 10 a.m. each day.
USC TROJAN INV 2002 (11/01/2002) Results (Official) - by Rank
Trojan Invitational 3M Men, FinalsaceScore Diver Name Affiliation1 8.95 Ray Vincent (USC) USC2 7.00 Adam Peterson (STA) Stanford University3 4.35 Gavin Olmstead (STA) Stanford University4 6.25 Nick Bartolotta (UCB) University of Ca., B5 6.45 Nathaniel Dean (UCB) University of Ca., B6 6.90 Anton Slobovnov (UCI) University of Califo7 9.75 Charles Slender (UCB) University of Ca., B8 1.00 Matthew Belanger (UCB) University of Ca., B
Semifinals 1 526.10 Ray Vinvent USC 2 457.65 Anton Slobovnov UCI 3 450.85 Gavin Olmstead Stanford 4 444.70 Nick Bartolotta California 5 440.25 Adam Peterson Stanford 6 391.50 Nathaniel Dean California 7 351.95 Charles Slender California 8 351.45 Matthew Belanger California 9 349.45 Jeff Durbin Stanford 10 349.30 Noah Chultz California 11 320.00 Rich Rech California 12 249.35 Lucas Alpeter UCI