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Kolod Competes at AT&T National Diving Championships

JB Kolod

Aug. 14, 2012

AT&T National Diving Championship Results
USA Diving Junior National Championship Results
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GREENSBORO, N.C.—Virginia sophomore diver JB Kolod competed at the AT&T National Diving Championships in Greensboro, N.C., Aug. 14-19. In addition, three incoming freshmen, Carl Buergler, Becca Corbett, and Colby Shinholser, dove at the USA Diving Junior National Championships, also in Greensboro Aug. 4-10. 

At the National Diving Championships, Kolod placed 17th in the 1-meter springboard with a score of 312.45 and was 20th on the 3-meter board with 339.35 points. 

At the Junior National meet, Bruegler was 13th on the 3-meter with a score of 530.40, 18th on the 1-meter (470.20) and 19th on the platform (394.95). Shinholser placed 14th on the 1-meter with a score of 477.35, while finishing 18th on the platform (396.90) and 24th on the 3-meter (461.40). Corbett tallied a score of 380.15 on the platform, good enough for 17th place, and finished 23rd on the 1-meter (384.30) and 32nd on the 3-meter (398.45).

Virginia at the AT&T National Diving Championships
JB Kolod
1-meter - 17th - 312.45
3-meter - 20th - 339.35

Virginia at the USA Diving Junior National Championships 
Carl Buergler
1-meter - 18th - 470.20
3-meter - 13th - 530.40
Platform - 19th - 394.95
Becca Corbett
1-meter - 23rd - 384.30
3-meter - 32nd - 398.45
Platform - 17th - 380.15
Colby Shinholser
1-meter - 14th - 477.35
3-meter - 24th - 461.40
Platform - 18th - 396.90 


 

 

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