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Arizona and Southern California Take Top Spots After Day One of Competition
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 03/09/2001
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FEDERAL WAY, Wash. -- After the first day of the 2001 Zone E Diving Championships the men's one meter and the women's three meter events have been completed. There are 19 schools participating in the two-day event, and a total of 58 athletes. The competitiom is being held at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center.

On the men's one meter event Arizona's Omar Ojeda took first place scoring 358.60 points. In second place was Hawaii's Mike Gowdy with 333.15 points. Justin Wilcock of Brigham Young University captured third place with a point total of 332.95.

The women competed in the three meter today with USC placing first and second in the event. Nicci Fusaro scored 519.95 points to grab first place followed by teammate Kellie Brennan in second with 508.90 points. Stanford's Erin Sones posted 505.20 points to hold onto third place.

To view the meet results in their entirity log onto and click on to the Division I Zone E Diving Championships link.

The competition will resume tomorrow at 11 a.m. PST with the men's three meter and the women's one meter. Platform diving will begin at 4 p.m. PST to close out the meet.

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