USC Diver Sean Wang Shines During First Day of Trojan Diving Invitational
Freshman Sean Wang topped the college divers in the men's 3-meter to highlight the first day of the Trojan Diving Invitational on Friday (Nov. 12) at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center. Teammate Nike Agunbiade also captured a win for USC, taking the women's 1-meter competition.
Trojan newcomer Wang finished prelims with 437.15, averaging 72.86 per round on men's 3-meter. He ended the day with 887.85 to take the event during his Uytengsu Aquatics Center debut.
Junior George Korovin finished second in the men's competition, ending the day with 721.65 (351.20 prelim). Sophomore Tatsuya Machida rounded out the field for Troy, taking eighth with 488.90.
Both Wang and Korovin secured Zone E qualifying standards during the first session of the invitational, scoring above the 320 mark with six dives and a standard degree of difficulty.
On the women's side, Agunbiade emerged victorious on 1-meter, taking the event with 580.70 (284.25 coming from prelims). The Trojans also finished 4-5-6 as Savannah Stocker was fourth (495.15), Maddie Huitt fifth (485.75) and Grace Lee sixth (469.90).
Day two of the three-day Diving Invitational continues tomorrow with women's 3-meter and men's platform with 11:00 a.m. prelims and 12:30 p.m. finals. Live results are available at DiveMeets.com.