Men's Diving Finishes Day Two At NCAA Zone E Regional
March 2, 2007
Oklahoma City, Okla. - Stanford men's diving finished their second day of action at the NCAA Zone E Regional with the three-meter event in the Oklahoma City Community College Pool. Sophomore Dwight Dumais placed sixth, junior Nathan Kim took tenth and senior Kevin McLean finished in 13 place.
After the prelims, Dumais was once again right in the hunt for a medal posting a 338.45 to take an early fifth place spot. Kim was also in the mix with his seventh place finish recording a 332.50, while McLean was not far behind in 11 place with a 319.40. BYU's Brandon Watson had the early overall lead, earning a 381.60.
Once again, the Stanford divers were unable to gain ground on the leaders in the finals. Dumais fell one spot to sixth place, recording a final score of 674.75. Kim dropped to tenth place with his total score of 650.00, while McLean ended the day in 13 as he posted a 622.00. Magnus Frick of Hawaii once again took the top spot with his total score of 749.90.
The final day of competition on the men's side will begin tomorrow with the platform prelims at 1:45, followed by platform finals.