TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- The Fightin' Engineer men's and women's
diving teams enjoyed a strong performance at the annual Rose-Hulman
Invitational, featuring teams from four states.
Sophomore diver Nicole Richardson (Janesville,
Wis./George Parker) (pictured) established two
school records to lead the team effort.
Richardson snapped her own school record with a fifth-place
finish in the three-meter diving event with 335.1 points.
National power Trinity University from Texas swept the top four
positions in three-meter and also captured sixth and seventh place
behind Richardson. She also set a new school record in
one-meter diving with 320.25 points.
On the men's side, freshman Keenan Bergstedt
(Logansport) came home sixth overall with 323.3 points in
one-meter diving. Senior Julian Ametsitsi
(Marysville, Wash./Marysville-Pilchuck) came home
ninth in one-meter diving (269.4 points), and freshman
Kaleb Kleine (Zionsville/Covenant Christian)
finished 11th (218.1 points).
Rose-Hulman's swimming and diving teams will return to action at
Transylvania University in January.
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