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Nov. 11, 2017

Minneapolis, Minn. – For the third straight day of competition at the inaugural Minnesota Diving Invitational, Christo Law found himself at the top of the podium following the platform competition on Saturday afternoon. Competing on the platform for the first time during the 2017-18 season, Law claimed a resounding victory with a tally of 384.60 points over Jacob Herremans (354.05) from Michigan. Law was the only diver of the meet to average a degree of difficulty over 20 with a 20.10. 

As was the story all weekend long, the Buckeyes scattered themselves throughout the top 10 spots on the final day of competition. Including Law’s first-place finish, Ohio State earned six of the top nine positions on the final leaderboard from Saturday.

The trio of Stephen Romanik, Jacob Siler and Clay White bundled themselves together in the third through fifth positions with scores of 350.30, 339.70 and 335.10, respectively. The bronze finish for Romanik was his second of the weekend.

Rounding out the top-10 finishes for the Scarlet and Gray were Joseph Canova and Aaron Daniels-Freeman. Canova registered a readout of 317.35, and Daniels-Freeman moved his score over the 300-point mark with a final score of 301.50. Full results from the meet are available at DiveMeets.com. 

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Ohio State will host its biggest collegiate meet of the fall next Friday through Sunday (Nov. 17-19) at McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion. Info for the OSU Invite.