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NCAA MEN’S DI NOTES PLATFORM DIVING © 2012, by Sports Publications International

Past National Champions: 1990 Scott Donie, SMU, 836.20 1991 David Pichler, Ohio State, 763.95 1992 Brian Earley, Southern California, 722.30 1993 Pat Bogart, Minnesota, 752.65 1994 Brian Earley, Southern California, 817.90 1995 Tyce Routson, Miami (Fla.), 785.70 1996 Bryan Gillooly, Miami (Fla.), 789.75 1997 Tyce Routson, Miami (Fla.), 811.80 1998 Brent Roberts, Alabama, 834.45 1999 Rio Ramirez, Miami (Fla.), 901.60 2000 Tyce Routson, Miami (Fla.), 596.10 2001 Kyle Prandi, Miami (Fla.), 591.75 2002 Imre Lengyel, Miami (Fla.), 620.25 2003 Caesar Garcia, Auburn, 575.80 2003 Jason Coben, Michigan, 575.80 2004 Caesar Garcia, Auburn, 635.05 2005 Matthew Bricker, Auburn, 604.35 2006 Steve Segerlin, Auburn, 469.30 2007 Steve Segerlin, Auburn, 414.90 2008 Sean Moore, Ohio State, 478.20 2009 David Boudia, Purdue, 530.45 2010 Nick McCrory, Duke, 534.00 2011 Nick McCrory, Duke, 548.90

Most Platform Diving Titles: 7 – Miami (Fla.) 5 – Auburn 2—Duke 2 – Southern California 2—Ohio State 1 – Five others

3 – Tyce Routson, Miami (Fla.) 2 – Brian Earley, Southern California 2 – Cesar Garcia, Auburn 2—Nick McCrory, Duke 2 – Steve Segerlin, Auburn

Margins of Victory: BIGGEST

SMALLEST

130.60

Tie

Brian Earley of Southern California (817.90) over Tom Caruso of Arkansas

Caesar Garcia of Auburn (575.80) and Jason Coben of Michigan (575.80)

(687.30)

2003

1994

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide  

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide  

2012 NCAA Division I Men's Historical Guide