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Lindsay Moore Wins NCAA Championship In One-Meter Diving

MIAMI, Ohio, March 15, 2002 – Springfield College senior Lindsay Moore (Seekonk, Mass./Seekonk) won the national championship in one-meter diving at the NCAA Division III Swimming and Diving Championships in Miami, Ohio.

Moore’s score of 391.45 easily outdistanced runner-up Erin Leroy of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, who totaled 384.80. SC junior Alison Mellage (Union, N.J./Union), who is the reigning national champion on the three-meter board, placed fourth (380.60).

This is the first national championship for Moore, who finished as the national runner-up on the three-meter board in 2000 and 2001, and on the one-meter board as a freshman in 1999.

Moore, an eight-time All-American, also placed second in three-meter diving.
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