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Butler Finishes 28th in 1-meter Diving Prelims at NCAA Diving Zones
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 | by Matt Judd
Butler finished 28th out of 38 competitors(Jim Dostie photo)
Butler finished 28th out of 38 competitors(Jim Dostie photo)

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – Senior Maegan Butler (Orangeburg, N.Y./Tappan Zee/FAU) of the FGCU swimming and diving team, took 28th place in the 1-meter preliminaries at the 2013 NCAA Diving Zone B on Tuesday at the at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville, Tenn.

Butler finished with a score of 226.55 in the prelims as the top 18 scores qualified for the finals of the event, as Rachel Mumma of N.C. State won the finals with a score of 599.40.

Butler placed 35th in the 3-meter board event Monday with a score of 220.30. 

Butler had a memorable senior campaign for the Eagles, earning the CCSA’s Most Outstading Diver of the Meet for the second consecutive year.  Butler won both the 1-meter and 3-meter board, and set a meet record in the 3-meter event at the 2013 CCSA Championships. The Orangeburg, N.Y product, also garnered four CCSA Diver of the Week awards.

The Green and Blue finished the regular season with a 9-2 dual meet record (4-0 CCSA) and won their fifth-straight CCSA Championship.

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3-Meter Diving Prelim Results
1. Rachel Mumma, N.C. State – 305.55
2. Victoria Lamp, Tennessee – 301.35
3. Kelsey Goodman, FSU – 296.40
4. Jodie McGroart, Tennessee – 296.00
5. Ariel Rittenhouse, FSU – 286.65
6. Kahlia Warner, Florida – 285.35
7. Kara McCormack, Miami – 281.60
8. Lindsay Lester, Mami – 280.75
9. Paige McCleary, Alabama – 269.90
10. Carrie Dragland, Miami – 266.25
11. Ashely Hardy, Georgia Tech – 266.10
12. Samantha Lera, Tennessee – 260.35
13. Patti Kranz, South Carolina – 256.30
14. Laura Ryan, Georgia – 255.75
15. Morgan Mullins, Auburn – 254.90
16. Cinzia Calabretta, Auburn – 254.10
17. Ansley Long, Georgia – 254.00
18. Shannon Lumbra, Georgia Tech – 251.75
19. Kendall McClenney, Duke – 250.05
20. Lisa Bogosian, Alabama – 249.05
21. Lauren Lamendola, South Carolina – 243.90
22. Shanna Schuelein, Auburn – 243.30
23. Carly Scheper, Auburn – 240.00
24. Ann-Perry Blank, Georgia – 238.40
25. Chay Malvasio, South Carolina – 237.40
26. Delaney Dye, Florida – 228.30
27. Megan Helwagen, Clemson – 228.15
28. Maegan Butler, FGCU – 226.55
29. Chelsea Uranaka, Clemson – 220.15
30. Elizabeth Tatum, Clemson – 219.75
31. Kaliya Burton-Akright, DC – 214.40
32. Emily Howard, Clemson – 214.25
33. Darcie O’Brien, Georgia – 212.10
34. Emily Mosher, Florida – 207.95
35. Sara Meisenhelder, Georgia Southern – 202.55
36. Kirstie Russell, East Carolina – 201.20
37. Juliana Melchionda, Clemson – 198.65
38. Karen Monuszko, DC – 189.90