giarra doubles up in diving; takes 3m

Princeton’s Katie Giarra continued her streak of consistency en route to the 3m Diving title at the 2009 Ivy Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships. Already crowned the 1m queen, Giarra took control of the 3m competition with crafty dives that scored for high marks.

In an event that saw four Princeton Tigers in the championship finals, Giarra held of her teammates, along with defending champion Shannon Hosey to take the crown. Her exploits also earned her the distinction of Diver of the Meet.

The final margin of victory was 332.35 for Giarra to Hosey’s 305.15.


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