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Reggio Finishes Third On One-Meter at NCAA Championships

Michelle Reggio Minneapolis, Minn. - March 18, 2010 - Senior Michelle Reggio had a tremendous showing at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Thursday evening as she placed third in the country on the one-meter board. Reggio totaled 417.50 points as she earned All-American honors for her standout performance.

Reggio's teammate Meghan Kijanka earned Honorable Mention All-American honors as she placed 14th in the one-meter competition after totaling 362.10 points.

Lindsay Martin from Trinity in Texas won the national championship with a total score of 472.25.

Last season, Reggio finished seventh in the nation in the one-meter while Kijanka placed ninth.

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