Jan. 29, 2011
STANFORD, Calif.-- In a two-way diving meet between USC and Stanford men's diving teams, Trojan Harrison Jones won both the one and three meter competitions with Stanford's Brent Eichenseer finishing in second.
Jones tallied a score of 368.77 in the one-meter, as Eichenseer's score of 330.32 was sandwiched between Jones and Trojan Steven Starks' score of 323.47.
In the three-meter, Jones topped the charts with a score of 422.48. Eichenseer was second at 385.65 and Stanford's Noah Garcia was third with a score of 327.90. Stanford's Dhruv Tyagi tallied a mark of 341.63, which would have placed him third, but Eichenseer and Garcia were already predetermined as Stanford's competitors.
Stanford's alumni divers will also be in competition next week at the U.S. Diving Winter National Championships with Dwight Dumais set to compete in the one and three-meters and Cassidy Krug set to compete with partner Kassidy Cook in the synchronized three-meter, as well as the individual one and three-meter events. The championships run January 30 to February 6.
USC's Jones will also be at the championships, as will Victoria Ishimatsu, who Cardinal diver Meg Hostage beat in both the one and three meter events in the team's dual meet today.
*Harrison Jones, USC 368.77
*Brent Eichenseer, Stanford 330.32
*Steven Starks, USC 323.47
*Noah Garcia, Stanford 311.40
Dhruv Tyagi, Stanford 299.40
Taylor Sishc, Stanford 288.52
Tommy Fraychineaud, Stanford 276.65
Larry Reinhard, Stanford 262.95
*Harrison Jones, USC 422.48
*Brent Eichenseer, Stanford 385.65
Dhruv Tyagi, Stanford 341.63
*Noah Garcia, Stanford 327.90
Taylor Sishc, Stanford 320.85
*Steven Starks, USC 302.625
Larry Reinhard, Stanford 293.78
Tommy Fraychineaud, Stanford 273.33
* - predetermined competitors