Kristian Ipsen Wins Stanford’s First 1M Crown Since 1930 With Meet Record

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INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, March 28. STANFORD's Olympic medalist diver, Kristian Ipsen, posted an NCAA meet record in the men's one-meter tonight at the NCAA Division I Men's Championships.

Ipsen, who took a bronze medal in the three-meter synchro at the 2012 London Olympics, won the one-meter competition tonight with 473.75 points. That beat David Boudia's previous record of 468.65 used to win his first of two titles for Purdue in 2010.

The performance also delivered Stanford only its second one-meter diving title in program history, joining Ed Throndsen from way back in 1930. Throndsen won the title with 109.20 points.

Duke's Nick McCrory took second-place honors with 436.60 points, while Missouri's David Bonuchi picked up third with 407.45 points. Kentucky's Greg Ferrucci also cleared 400 points with a fourth-place tally of 403.05.

Arizona State's Harrison Jones (393.65), Indiana's Darian Schmidt (387.90), Florida State's Thomas Neubacher (383.50) and Texas' Cory Bowersox (368.25) also dove in the finale.

Michigan (121), California (89.5), Auburn (84.5), Stanford (81) and Texas (73) comprised the top five in the team-title race heading into the final event of the night.

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