Day One Results From The NCAA Zone E Championships

March 11, 2004

Oklahoma City, Okla. - The first day of competition has wrapped up at the 2004 NCAA Zone E Diving Championships in Oklahoma City, Okla. with the men's three-meter and the women's one-meter events.

In the men's three-meter, Stanford freshman Kevin McLean finished 16th overall with a score of 433.20 out of 26 total divers. Arizona State's Joon Puhakka won the event tallying a final score of 596.95. Arizona's Josh Anderson was second (522.35), followed by USC's Ray Vincent (499.75) and teammate Michael Hilde (487.45).

Competition will continue tomorrow with the men's one-meter event and the women's three-meter event beginning at Noon CST.

The Stanford swimming and diving team completed their dual season ranked second nationally with a perfect 7-0 record in competition. They followed that performance with their 23rd consecutive Pac-10 Swimming Championship.

Men's 3M Finals

1. Joona Puhakka, ASU (596.95)
2. Josh Anderson, UA (522.35)
3. Ray Vincent, USC (499.75)
4. Michael Hilde, USC (487.45)
5. Louie Gagnet, Cal (485.45)
6. Michael Gowdy, Hawaii (482.40)
7. Justin Beardall, BYU (472.90)
8. Sterling Richards, Utah (467.85)
9. Scott Randall, BYU (454.25)
10. Gordon Blukis, ASU (453.00)
11. Thomas McCrummen, ASU (443.40)
12. Robbie Quinn, Cal (441.15)
13. John Collier, UA (440.20)
14. Brant Bingham, ASU (434.35)
15. Kenny Jenkins, USC (433.70)
16. Kevin McLean, Stanford (433.20)
17. Anton Slobounov, UCI (425.60)
18. Jonathan Coyle, Hawaii (424.95)
19. Alex Vollelunga, UA (246.60)
20. Nathaniel Dean, Cal (246.40)
21. Justin Wilcox, Hawaii (243.55)
22. Ben Chapman, USAF (242.75)
23. Kevin Bretting, Wyoming (241.40)
24. J.J. Aderholt, UA (235.05)
25. Adam Miller, Wyoming (233.50)
26. John Lynch, Wyoming (194.75)

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