Stone advances to final round, earns top-10 spot at UCLA

January 29, 2019
Jami Stone diving

Jami Stone

Jami Stone of Chugiak ended the regular season for NCAA diving as the University of Hawaii junior advanced to the championship round of the of the women’s 1-meter springboard at the UCLA Bruin Diving Invitational in Los Angeles, California.

She finished the preliminary dives eighth out of 57 divers with a score of 267.5 points.

At the end of the day, she was 10th out of 18 finalists at 528.6.

Hawaii head coach Mike Brown said Stone’s performances at UCLA capped a strong finish to the season.

“Both the 1-meter and three-meter finishes were her best of the season against a strong and deep field,” Brown told the school’s website.

Stone, of Eagle River High fame, is the Alaska high school state record holder.

As a member of the Rainbow Wahine, she’s a two-time All-MPSF selection in 1-meter and one-time pick in 3-meter.