Liam Stone Wins Tennessee’s 3rd One-Meter Diving Title

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Tennessee’s Liam Stone won the men’s one-meter diving title tonight at the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s Championships.

Stone collected 453.70 points to win Tennessee’s third one-meter diving title. Previous Tennessee wins came from James Kennedy in 1976 and Jevon Tarantino in 2004.

Arizona’s Rafael Quintero placed second with 438.40 points, while Ohio State’s Zhipeng Zeng claimed third with 435.30 points.

Tennessee’s Mauricio Robles Rodriguez (430.30), Miami (Fla.)’s Briadam Herrera (427.90), Texas’ Mark Anderson (416.10), Southern California’s Collin Pollard (392.75) and Pittsburgh’s Dominic Giordano (367.20) also competed in the championship final.

                           === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Stone, Laim            SO Tennessee          408.20     453.70   20  
  2 Quintero, Rafael       SR Arizona            390.90     438.40   17  
  3 Zeng, Zhipeng          SO Ohio St            402.00     435.50   16  
  4 Robles Rodriguez, Mau  SR Tennessee          378.60     430.30   15  
  5 Herrera, Briadam       SO Miami (FL)         362.10     427.90   14  
  6 Anderson, Mark         JR Texas              369.05     416.10   13  
  7 Pollard, Collin        SR USC                360.90     392.75   12  
  8 Giordano, Dominic      JR Pittsburgh         367.80     367.20   11  
 
                            === B - Final ===                            
 
  9 Bowersox, Cory         SR Texas              358.40     408.85    9  
 10 Reid, Deon             SR USC                358.40     367.95    7  
 11 Purss, Josiah          JR Utah               357.95     365.60    6  
 12 Homza, Bradley         JR GT                 358.20     365.25    5  
 13 Pollard, Manny         SR Minnesota          349.35     344.80    4  
 14 Christensen, Bradley   JR Stanford           343.80     341.50    3  
 15 Garcia Boissier, Hect  FR PSU                344.35     335.65    2  
 16 Thornton, Sam          FR Tex AM             344.45     334.25    1
                 Men - Team Rankings - Through Event 6                  
 
  1. Texas                             169   2. Florida                           135
  3. NC State                          115   4. California                        107
  5. Michigan                           84   6. Auburn                           58.5
  7. Georgia                            58   8. Southern Cali                      53
  8. Tennessee                          53  10. Missouri                           51
 11. Alabama                            50  12. Stanford                         49.5
 13. Indiana                            38  14. Louisville                         28
 15. Ohio St                            26  16. Arizona                            24
 17. South Carolina                     23  17. Wisconsin                          23
 19. University of Miami                14  20. Brigham Young                      12
 21. Pittsburgh                         11  21. Virginia Tech                      11
 23. Unlv                                9  23. Univ of Utah                        9
 25. Princeton                           8  26. Penn                                6
 27. Georgia Tech                        5  28. Minnesota                           4
 29. Penn State University               2  29. Harvard                             2
 31. Texas A&M                           1
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Author: Jason Marsteller

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Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

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