LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- The Colorado State diving team finished the Missouri Tiger Invitational on Saturday, competing in platform diving. Divers Mary Kate Hardy and Maxelise Thorn placed 14th and 16th, respectively.
“That’s the first time on platforms all year, so they both did a really good job, and beat a good number of people,” head diving coach Kevin Witt said. “We’ll have a chance to perform platforms a couple more times before the Championships. It’s great that we got the opportunity to perform in platforms before the holidays.”
The CSU swim team was unable to finish Day 3 of the Las Vegas Invite in Las Vegas, Nev., due to poor air quality in the competition area from high levels of chlorine.
The Rams will now turn their focus toward the spring season, which begins Jan. 10.
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