Tennessee Junior Colin Zeng Wins Platform Event on Final Night of NCAA’s

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Tennessee’s Colin Zeng narrowly won the platform event by scoring a 466.35 while Texas freshman Jordan Windle posted a score of 460.45, for second. Taking third was Indiana freshman Andrew Capobian with his score of 435.30.

Winning the B final was Purdue’s Brandon Loschia with a score of 444.65 while last night’s 3-meter champion, Purdue’s Steele Johnson took tenth overall with a 417.55.

Event 20  Men Platform Diving
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 Championship: C 548.90  03/26/2011Nick McCrory, Duke
         Pool: P 480.20  03/24/2018Jordan Windle, Texas-ST
    Name           Year School            Prelims     Finals NISCA Points
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                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Colin Zeng       JR Tennessee          437.40     466.35         20  
  2 Jordan Windle    FR Texas              480.20     460.45         17  
  3 Andrew Capobian  FR Indiana            422.60     435.30         16  
  4 David Dinsmore   SO Miami              470.50     434.55         15  
  5 Nick Yang        JR Minnesota          387.90     423.55         14  
  6 Tyler Henschel   SR Texas A&M          422.70     403.65         13  
  7 Zach Cooper      FR Miami              384.30     386.85         12  
  8 Dash Enos        SR USC                386.95     373.20         11  
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