HOOSIERS COMBINE TO WIN US SPRING NATIONALS
April 20, 1999 HOOSIERS COMBINE TO WIN US SPRING NATIONALS
Orlando, Fla.--The Indiana Hoosiers combined to win the US Spring Diving Nationals this past weekend in Orlando. Both the women's and men's teams took second place in their division, but combined to win their third straight national championship. The men finished with 80 points, 26.5 points behind winner Orlando Diving. The women were just 6.5 points shy of SMU's total of 95 points.
Senior All-American Mike Collier received the Athlete Performance Award based on his performance. Collier placed in the top 10 three out of his four events. He recorded two third places (Syncro with Ryan Kosanic and three-meter), a sixth place on ten-meter platform, and an 11th place on one-meter.
All-American and All-Big Ten Sara Reiling was the second highet point getter at Nationals. The freshman finished 7th on syncro with Debbie Lipski, 13th on ten-meter platform, 10th on three-meter, and 12th on one-meter.
Sophomore All-American Erin Quinn's highest finish in Orlando was on three-meter where she grabbed eighth place. She was a finalist in two other events including a 14th on Syncro with graduate Kimiko Hirai and a 10th on one-meter.
These are the official results:
Men's 3 Meter
Women's 1 Meter
Men's 1 Meter
Women's 3 Meter
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