Mosca paced the Crimson with a pair of third-place finishes at the Hawai'i Diving Invitational (Gil Talbot).
HONOLULU, Hawai'i – The Harvard men's diving team took part in the Hawai'i Diving Invitational where Mike Mosca earned a pair of third-place finishes while Michael Stanton took fourth on back-to-back days.
The Crimson competed in the one-meter on Thursday, with Mosca totaling 277.10 points to place third. The freshman finished less than eight points behind Hawai'i's Luke Hayes who took second, while the Warriors' Doogie Cohen won the event with 235.55 points. Stanton finished just behind Mosca in fourth place with 276.75 points. George Doran (270.55) and Joe Zarrella (250.70) took fifth, and sixth, respectively.
The Crimson finished in exactly the same order on Friday as Mosca again took third in the three-meter with 308.10 points. Stanton totaled 288.60 points for fourth while Doran's 259.00 points placed him fifth and Zarrella's total of 254.20 was good for sixth. Cohen won the three-meter portion of the competition with 365.45 points and Hayes placed second with 333.30 points.
The Harvard men's swimming and diving team will return to action Jan. 19 with a home meet against Brown at Blodgett Pool at 4 p.m.