NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – The Westminster College men’s and women’s diving teams hosted Division II Clarion University in the final diving tune-up of the season Saturday afternoon.
Freshman Connor May (Highlands Ranch, CO / Glacier Park) highlighted the day for the Titans, winning the men’s 3-meter dive with a score of 321.85. May becomes the first Titan diver ever to defeat a Clarion diver head-to-head. Clarion currently has two male and two female NCAA qualifiers.
First-year Zoe Cable (Brookville, PA / Brookville Area) earned third in the women’s 1-meter dive, scoring a 209.50 mark. Sophomore Kaitlyn Fast (Wooster, OH / Wooster) placed fourth in the 3-meter dive with a total score of 189.55.
Clarion’s Christina Sather also broke two Westminster pool records, as she earned first-place in both the women’s 1-meter (284.95) and the 3-meter (301.95) dives. Sather’s marks break SUNY Geneseo’s Emily Wanamaker’s scores of 284.80/1-meter and 291.30/3-meter, that were both set back in 2014.
Westminster is back in action Wednesday, February 14 as it heads to Grove City College to compete in the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Championships. The Championships run from Wednesday to Saturday, February 17. Start time for each day is at 10 a.m.