Stanford Women's Divers To Host California Wednesday

Nov. 12, 2003

Wednesday, November 12
1-Meter - 1 pm, PT/3-Meter - 2:30 pm, PT
California at Stanford
*Note - The Stanford-California women's diving competition will be held in conjunction with the Stanford-California men's swimming and diving meet


  • Stanford Continues Busy Fall By Hosting California Wednesday ...
  • Stanford will continue a busy fall schedule by hosting California on Wednesday, November 12 (1 pm, PT) ... The women's 1-meter event begins the diving action with the women's 3-meter to follow after the conclusion of the men's 1-meter ... The women's diving competition is being held in conjunction with the Stanford-California men's swimming and diving meet ... There will be no swimming competition on the women's side ... The event will mark the third time this fall that the Stanford women's divers have competed, having previously been in action at the Trojan Invite (November 6-7) and at USC/versus Texas (October 24-25) ... Stanford will conclude its fall schedule at the Houston Fall Invite (November 20-22).
  • Stanford Trio Shines At Trojan Invite ...
  • Ashlee Rosenthal, Brooke Sullivan and Cassidy Krug each picked up a pair of top five showings at the Trojan Invite November 6-7 ... Rosenthal was second in the 3-meter with 465.60 points, just being edged by USC's Nicci Fusaro (468.85), and fourth in the 1-meter (239.05) ... Krug was third in the 3-meter (248.55) and fourth in the 1-meter (437.30), while Sullivan was third in the 1-meter (438.25) and fifth in the 3-meter (239.05) ... Sara Bowling (3-meter, 6th, 422.40; 1-meter, 9th, 216.20) and Erin Lashnits (3-meter, 10th, 357.65; 1-meter, 14th, 190.25) also competed for Stanford
  • Stanford Divers Open 2003-04 Season With Strong Performance ...
  • Stanford took five divers to compete in the season-opener versus Texas and USC in Los Angeles on October 24-25 ... The Cardinal had three top five finishers in the 3-meter competition and three top six showings in the 1-meter event ... In the 1-meter, Ashlee Rosenthal was second (250.85), while Brooke Sullivan finished fourth (237.45) and Sara Bowling placed sixth (228.20) ... Rosenthal (468.25, 3rd), Sullivan (461.05, 4th) and Bowling (453.70, 5th) placed third, fourth and fifth in the 3-meter competition ... Cassidy Krug (206.00) and Erin Lashnits (204.80) finished ninth and 10th in the 1-meter competition ... In the three-meter event, Krug (420.45) and Lashnits (394.60) had exhibition performances.
  • Last Season ...
  • Stanford had a pair of divers earn All-American honors last season in Ashlee Rosenthal and McKenze Murphy ... Rosenthal finished seventh in the 3-meter and eighth in the 1-meter at the NCAA Championships, while Murphy was 16th in the 1-meter ... Murphy also finished 20th in the platform and 30th in the 3-meter ... Rosenthal and Murphy also led Stanford at the NCAA Zone E Meet and 2003 Pac-10 Championships ... Rosenthal was second in the 1-meter and third in the 3-meter at the Zone E Meet, while Murphy was fourth in the 3-meter, fifth in the platform and eighth in the 1-meter ... At the Pac-10's, Rosenthal was second in the 1-meter and third in the 3-meter, while Murphy was fourth in both the 3-meter and the platform.
  • History ...
  • Stanford has won eight NCAA women's swimming and diving titles (1983, '89, '92, '93, '94, '95, '96, '98), including six in the last 12 years, and nine national titles overall with an AIAW crown in 1980 ... Stanford has finished third or better 27 times in the 29-year history of intercollegiate women's swimming and diving on The Farm, which including a 27-year run from 1975-76 through 2001-02 ... Stanford has never finished lower than eighth nationally ... The Cardinal has also won the Pac-10 Championships 14 times in the 17-year history of the event, including the first 13 in a row from 1987-99 ... Stanford has an all-time dual meet record of 220-28 (.887) and is in its 30th season of competition
  • Swimmers Return To Action January 10 ...
  • The Stanford swimmers will return to action in a non-conference meet at Pacific on Saturday, January 10 (12 pm, PT) ... Stanford's only swimming competition during the fall was its season-opening meet versus Texas and USC from October 24-25 ... The Cardinal prevailed over Texas in the meet, 188-165 ... Stanford and USC did not score against each other.

    One of the top diving instructors in the country, Dr. Rick Schavone is in his 25th year on The Farm. The 1992 and 1993 NCAA Diving Coach of the Year, Schavone serves as the head coach for both the men's and women's diving teams. Schavone has led his men's and women's divers to eight NCAA championships and 66 All-American honors. Stanford divers have also won 31 individual Pac-10 titles. Schavone has also been named the Pac-10 Women's Diving Coach of the Year four times in the last nine years.

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