Minneapolis, Minn. – For the second straight evening, Christo Law emerged as the top men’s diver at the Minnesota Diving Invitational, claiming a title on the one-meter board Friday night. The junior scored a 333.60 in the finals to claim a decisive win over Alan Leblang (University of Minnesota – Twin Cities).
Ohio State advanced five divers to the eight-man final in the competition that featured 24 divers. The title is Law’s fourth of the season and he will compete on the platform for the first time this season Saturday morning.
Jacob Siler was Ohio State’s next highest finisher with a third-place showing on the one-meter diving board. He improved from his preliminary score (295.55) by nearly seven points in the finals and finished with a tally of 302.50 to earn the bronze.
Stephen Romanik, who placed third in Thursday’s three-meter final, rattled off a final score of 300.25 to take fourth place. Clay White (288.85) and Aaron Daniels-Freeman (246.45) earned seventh and eighth-place showings, respectively.
Joseph Canova finished in 19th place with a preliminary round score of 238.55. The men’s platform competition will be the final event of the meet and it is slated to start at 11 a.m. ET. All results can be found at DiveMeets.com.
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