Sophomore Bradshaw Wins 1-Meter at Wildcat Diving Invitational

Nov. 20, 2009

TUCSON, Ariz. -

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Cameron Bradshaw earned himself a win at the Wildcat Diving Invitational as the Arizona State diving team the first day of competition. The three-day event is being held at the Kasser Family Pool in Tucson, Ariz.

Bradshaw tallied 357.25 points in the 1-meter springboard final to move up six places from the preliminaries. His score marks a new personal best for the sophomore and is an NCAA automatic qualifying score. Freshman Riley McCormick scored 330.05 to finish fourth on the 1-meter.

'It was a great win for Cam,' said 13th year head diving coach Mark Bradshaw on his son. 'He really did a nice job today.'

The women competed on the 3-meter. Junior Brittany Jumer scored 285.60 in the final, placing fourth overall. Sophomore Elina Eggers finished sixth with a score of 258 in the finals.

'Brittany was solid all around,' said the elder Bradshaw. 'Elina did not dive as well in the finals as she had in the preliminaries.'

Chris Pasanella also competed and placed 18th on the 1-meter with 231.15 points. The men will take on the 3-meter tomorrow while the women will hit the 1-meter.

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