ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

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Mah Reaches Finals On Day One of NCAA Zone Diving Championships

Senior Alisha Mah reach finals of the one-meter at NCAA Zone A Diving Championships for second time her career (Gil Talbot).
Senior Alisha Mah reach finals of the one-meter at NCAA Zone A Diving Championships for second time her career (Gil Talbot).

Senior Alisha Mah reach finals of the one-meter at NCAA Zone A Diving Championships for second time her career (Gil Talbot).

RESULTS

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – On the first day of the 2018 NCAA Zone A Diving Championshps, Harvard senior diver Alisha Mah was the lone Crimson diver to reach the finals in the one-meter dive on Monday. 

Mah advanced to the finals of the Zone diving championships for the second time in her career after posting a top-18 score of 244.80 in the prelims. The Monterey Park, California native improved moved up four spots to ninth-place in finals, tallying a career-best score of 509.05 in the zone championship. 

Junior Mikaela Thompson also competed in the one-meter dive, but was unable to advance to the finals after placing 21st in the prelims with a score of 236.0.

Thompson and Mah return to the boards tomorrow as competition continues with the women's three-meter dive as well as the men's one-meter dive, which Bobby Ross will be participating. Senior Jing Leung, looks to defend her 2017 Zone Diving on the platform on Wednesday, the final day of the Zone A Championship.  

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS