Denison Diver Max Levy Earns Second NCAA Championship Title at Division III Championships

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The 2017 NCAA Division III National Championships are coming to a close and Denison Diver Max Levy has had quite the senior meet.

 

Men’s Three-Meter Diving

NCAA Record: 645.70 – Connor Dignan, Denison (2014)
2016 Champion: 533.75 – Samuel Randall (SUNY-Geneseo)
Denison senior Max Levy doubled on 2017 NCAA Championship titles after also winning men’s one-meter two days ago. He was followed by NYU’s Connor Brission, the sophomore who took third on one-meter, which bumped NYU up to fifth from seventh in the overall team rankings with one event to go.

SUNY Fredonia’s Arron Carlson was third with 547.35 points after placing fourth on one-meter.

Each with one diver a piece, Rowan’s John Morris and Tufts’ Matthew Rohrer kept their teams at tenth and ninth place, respectively. Five points separate the two teams but Rowan will pull ahead after the 400 free relay.

                       === Championship Final ===                        

  1 Levy, Max              SR Denison            571.60     588.20   20  
  2 Brission, Connor       SO NYU                567.75     577.50   17  
  3 Carlson, Arron         SR SUNY Fredonia      533.95     547.35   16  
  4 Holliman, Kendall      FR Claremont MS       507.15     522.25   15  
  5 Morris, John           SR Rowan              525.15     516.30   14  
  6 Allen, Brian           SR Denison            497.30     516.25   13  
  7 Randall, Samuel        JR SUNY Geneseo       486.60     506.25   12  
  8 Rohrer, Matthew        SR Tufts              498.50     504.10   11
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Author: Diana Pimer

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Diana Pimer was a breaststroke/IMer at Keene State College and is the NEISDA Conference record holder in the 200 IM. She is the assistant swim coach and assistant strength and conditioning coach at Keene State, as well as KSC's head site coach for Greenwood Swimming. Pimer also helped coach 2016 Paralympic bronze medalist Robert Griswold.

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