Mike Sanda beats out competition from Rowan, West Chester and Delaware to win the event.
Oct. 28, 2000
NEWARK, Del. (www.lafayette.edu) - Senior diver Mike Sanda (Tokyo, Japan/St. Mary's) took the one-meter crown on Saturday at the Delaware Diving Invitational with a score of 229. The co-captain also came in second in the three-meter competition with a mark of 220.65.
Sanda was an All-Patriot League selection last season while setting a new school record in the three-meter diving event (6 dives) as the team's most valuable diver.
Sophomore Justin Gaudreau (Wethersfield, Conn./Wethersfield) came in fourth in the one-meter competition while placing third in the three-meter event.
Divers from Delaware, West Chester, Rowan and Lafayette took part in the meet.
Top Individual Finishers
Men's 1-Meter: 1. Mike Sanda (Lafayette), 229; 2. Sean Courtney (Rowan), 224.25; 3. Doug Scheidig (West Chester), 207.55; 4. Justin Gaudeau (Lafayette), 201.34; 5. Lavar Larks (Delaware), 171.8; 6. Rick Whitson (Rowan), 141.55.
Men's 3-Meter: 1. Sean Courtney (Rowan), 222.05; 2. Mike Sanda (Lafayette), 220.65; 3. Justin Gaudreau (Lafayette), 217.65; 4. Lavar Larks (Delaware), 211.8; 5. Doug Scheidig (West Chester), 182.1; 6. Rich Whitson (Rowan), 131.0.