Knoxville, TN - Georgia's Hannah Moore and Owen Blank reached springboard finals on Tuesday at the Tennessee Diving Invitational.
Moore placed fourth on the women's 1-meter board with 275.85 points. She came in ninth in the prelims with 263.05 points, one day after claiming the 3-meter board title.
Blank finished 11th on the men's 3-meter board with 310.45 points. Blank scored 330.70 points in the prelims to also come in 11th.
In the women's 1-meter prelims, Landon Watters placed 17th with 230.70 points, Ann-Perry Blank came in 19th with 225.65 points, Ansley Long finished 25th with 209.60 points and Hannah McElhannon wound up 27th with 204.05 points.
Alex Watson took 20th with 296.00 points, while Tim Barrett came in 24th with 277.35 points in the men's 3-meter prelims.
"We did a pretty good job today," Georgia diving coach Dan Laak said. "The divers have been training really well, and they looked pretty solid today. I am pleased with where we are this time of the year."
The Tennessee Diving Invitational will conclude on Wednesday with the platform competition starting at 10 a.m.
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