Consistency Guides Wildcats in Day Two of UGA Invite
Jan. 4, 2012
ATHENS, Ga. - The Kentucky diving team continued its success at day two of the Georgia Diving Invitational as the women placed three divers in the top 11 of the three-meter competition, and John Fox led the UK men's team with a seventh-place finish at the Gabrielsen Natatorium on the campus of the University of Georgia on Wednesday.
With the women competing in the three-meter competition, Christa Cabot led the way for UK yet again, posting a mark of 259.35, good enough for a seventh-place finish. The freshman from The Woodlands, Texas also led Kentucky on Tuesday with a seventh-place finish in the one-meter dive.
Sarah Chewning finished one spot below Cabot, guiding herself to a 258.05 score, posting an eighth-place finish. The sophomore from Springdale, Ark., earned her second-consecutive top-10 finish, as Chewning placed 10th in the one-meter competition Tuesday. Lindsay Keahey rounded out the Wildcats day with an 11th-place finish in the three-meter competition, earning a 252.85 score in the final round.
On the men's side, Fox continued his impressive meet with a seventh-place finish scoring a 306.25 in the final round. Greg Ferrucci also qualified for the finals in the one-meter dive and finished 16th, posting a mark of 234.20.
The UGA Diving Invitational will conclude on Thursday.
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