SignUp
Richard Eberle took 12th in the final event at the NCAA Zone meet Wednesday (platform).
Eberle advances to finals, takes 12th in platform event
Text smallerText larger
Updated: Saturday 03/13/2013 22:20:50 (ET)
by Mitch Wigness, UND Media Relations
Send this article to a friend Print RSS Shop Files available
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.
CSU wins opener of WAC series 10-2
CHICAGO, Ill.-- A six-run sixth inning paced host Chicago State in its 10-2 Western Athletic Conference win over North Dakota Friday evening. CSU picked up its first league win. MORE
Southern Utah wins pair of 10-2 games
The University of North Dakota softball team fell to Southern Utah in a doubleheader by a score of 10-2 in both games on Friday afternoon. MORE
Baseball off to the Windy City in third place
North Dakota heads to Chicago State Friday to begin a three-game Western Athletic Conference series against the Cougars. UND heads into the series in third place in the WAC standings at 6-3, a... MORE
#DayByDay - Spring Football Practice Report No. 11
For the first time this spring, head coach Bubba Schweigert gave his team some extended looks in live drills and the first-year head coach said he saw some good things among the 25-plus plays... MORE
Bissell shatters school record in hammer throw
LOS ANGELES North Dakota's three-day trip to California got off to a sunny start Thursday night as senior Jakob Bissell destroyed his own school record in the hammer throw. MORE

advertisement