LOS ANGELES, Jan. 17. STANFORD sophomore diver Adam Peterson took first place in the men's one-meter event while USC'Blythe Hartley easily won the women's three-meter springboard at the Bruin Invitational in Los Angeles, Calif.
Peterson scored 587.95 points on the first day of competition. Teammate Gavin Olmstead finished third (536.10) as the Cardinal took two of the top three spots. USC's Ray Vincent finished second (566.15).
Hartley had an easier time of things scoring 549.55 points, more than 60 points better than the 488.90 amassed by UCLA's Regan Gosnell in second. Stanford's Ashlee Rosenthal was third with 466.25.
Competition wraps up tomorrow with the men's three-meter event beginnning at 12:30 p.m. The combined (men/women) platform event will start at 3 p.m.
Men 1m Finals
1 587.95 Adam Peterson Stanford
2 566.15 Ray Vincent USC
3 536.10 Gavin Olmstead Stanford
4 530.35 Anton Slobovnov UC Irvine
5 463.05 Jeff Durbin Stanford
6 234.50 Justin Curtin USC
Women 3m Results
FINALS Place Score Diver Affiliation
1 549.55 Blythe Hartley USC
2 488.90 Regan Gosnell UCLA
3 466.25 Ashlee Rosenthal Stanford
4 462.10 Nicci Fusaro USC
5 455.20 Paige Thompson UCLA
6 442.30 Amanda Blong UCLA
7 438.35 Kate Morgan No. Arizona
8 432.25 Sara Clark UCLA
9 418.85 Jen McNally UCLA
10 403.60 Laura Lafranchise CSU Bakersf.
11 383.15 Ann Deem No. Arizona
12 378.05 Lindsay Draper USC