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CAA Swimming Championships Underway

Courtesy: ODU Athletics
Release: February 20, 2003
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Feb. 20, 2003


Delaware's Julie Van Deusen won the women's 3-meter diving title at the 2003 CAA Swimming & Diving Championships Wednesday evening at Jim McKay Natatorium on the George Mason campus, but the host Patriots placed five divers in the top ten to grab an early lead in the overall team standings.

Van Deusen won with a score of 458.25, followed by Drexel's Kara Boate (417.75) and George Mason's Ashley Craw (417.20).

Women's team standings after the 3-meter dive final, which was the only event held Wednesday, are: George Mason, 73; Drexel, 28; Delaware, 20; William & Mary, 20; UNC Wilmington, 8; James Madison, 6; Davidson, 0; Old Dominion, 0; Towson, 0.

The CAA Swimming & Diving Championships continue with a full slate of women's and men's action Thursday, with trials beginning at 10 a.m. and finals starting at 6 p.m.

2003 CAA Swimming & Diving Championships
Women's 3-Meter Diving Finals (Top 16 performers)

1. Julie Van Deusen, Delaware 458.25 2. Kara Boate, Drexel 417.75 3. Ashley Craw, George Mason 417.20 4. Liz Replogle, George Mason 392.75 5. Mary Campioli, George Mason 386.80 6. Jamie Downing, George Mason 383.05 7. Liz Gabriel, George Mason 380.45 8. Evamarie Guerrieri, Drexel 369.75 9. Laura Hodulik, William & Mary 342.45 10. Carrie Gerloff, William & Mary 340.30 11. Gina Caltabiano, UNC Wilmington 334.45 12. Lisa Enders, James Madison 317.80 13. Alyson Woodward, William & Mary 303.15 14. Emily Smeltzer, George Mason 298.30 15. Mary Longan, UNC Wilmington 285.15 16. Laura Sheaffer, James Madison 284.90


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