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Richard Eberle took 12th in the final event at the NCAA Zone meet Wednesday (platform).
Eberle advances to finals, takes 12th in platform event
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Updated: Tuesday 03/13/2013 22:20:50 (ET)
by Mitch Wigness, UND Media Relations
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HOUSTON, Texas-- Richard Eberle finished off a very successful NCAA Zone D meet with his second trip to the finals in his Wednesday showing in the men's platform event. A day after advancing to the finals in the 3-meter to finish 13th, Eberle took 12th from the tower.

"Rick made the finals which is very good for us not having a platform (at Hyslop pool)," UND diving coach Brian Strom said. "It was a good finish for the year and a great start for next year."

Eberle scored 259.35 in the preliminary round to advance to the finals. There, he scored a 510.80 (combined with prelims) to take 12th place. Southern Methodist's Devin Burnett won the event with a 754.90 score.
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