March 1, 2002
Tucson, Ariz. - The second day of competition of the 2002 Pacific-10 Diving Championships was completed today at the Hillenbrand Aquatic Center on the University of Arizona campus. Today the men competed on the one meter springboard event, while the women were on the three meter.
Reigning Pac-10 Champion, Arizona's Omar Ojeda, successfully defended his title this afternoon on the one meter springboard. Ojeda scored 327.75 points to secure his win. Wildcat senior Ruben Vaca placed second in the event with 355.70 points. In third place was Arizona State's Thomas McCrummen (331.95).
The third and final day of the Pac-10 Championships will begin tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. with the preliminaries of the men's platform. The women's preliminaries of the platform event will begin at 12:00 p.m. Finals for the men's event will start at 2:30 p.m., while women's will start at 3:30 p.m.
Pacific-10 Diving Championships Official Results by Rank Day Two Prelims- One Meter March 1, 2002
Place Score Name Affiliation 1 314.50 Ruben Vaca UA 2 312.85 Omar Ojeda UA 3 297.25 Robert W Quinn Cal 4 292.05 Alex Vollelunga UA 5 291.50 Gordon W Blukis ASU 6 288.90 Nick A Bartolotta Cal 7 285.75 Adam J Peterson STAN 8 266.95 Thomas G McCrummen ASU 9 263.75 Scott R Koenig UA 10 262.95 Brian B Ferris STAN 11 261.45 Joshua D Anderson UA 12 259.65 Nathaniel R Dean Cal 13 178.45 Justin Curtin USC 14 178.00 Noah J Chutz Cal 15 111.15 Jason Galanes USC
Pacific-10 Diving Championships Official Results by Rank Day Two Finals - Three Meter March 1, 2002
Place Score Name Affiliation 1 372.75 Omar Ojeda UA 2 355.70 Ruben Vaca UA 3 331.95 Thomas G McCrummen ASU 4 304.50 Robert W Quinn Cal 5 300.40 Gordon W Blukis ASU 6 295.95 Nick A Bartolotta Cal 7 292.05 Adam J Peterson STAN 8 274.35 Alex Vollelunga UA