Feb. 1, 2014
Utah's Jacob Crayne won both men's events and Paige Hunt of Idaho won the women's 3-meter springboard.
Crayne won the men's 1-meter with 365.75 points in the finals. Ford McLiney of Texas A&M finished second with 364.60 points. Josiah Purss of Utah placed third with 344.75 points.
Hunt won the women's 3-meter with 322.30 points. Megan Harper of New Mexico placed second with 303.85 points and Kersten Merry of Utah took third with 298.95 points.
Crayne won the platform with 353.10 points. McLiney of A&M took second with 340.05 points and Air Force sophomore Dominic Vallejo was third with 318.90 points.
The Falcons had four other men compete in the platform diving. Sophomore Nathaniel Zillweger placed fourth, freshman A.J. Eckebrecht was seventh, senior Alex Pecci was ninth and junior Greg Copeland took 15th.
In the 1m, Air Force had two finalists as Vallejo took seventh and Zillweger ninth. In the prelims, Pecci placed 20th, Eckebrecht 22nd and Copeland 23rd.
On the women's side, freshman Savanna Meadows led the Falcons with a sixth place finish in the 3-meter. Meadows won the prelims with 310.05 points. Sophomore Jessica Horn followed in 25th, sophomore Summer Getty was 36th, senior Rachel Kennedy 46th, junior Lainie Long 48th and junior Jeanne Nolan was 49th.