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    Senior diver Chuck Rock earned a trip to the Zone C Diving Championships with solid performances on the 1 and 3-meter boards against Valparaiso on Friday
     
    Senior diver Chuck Rock earned a trip to the Zone C Diving Championships with solid performances on the 1 and 3-meter boards against Valparaiso on Friday
     
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    Jan. 12, 2001

    Both the UIC men's and women's swimming and diving teams earned victories in their first meets back this season after a long Christmas vacation at the UIC Natatorium on Friday night. The men's team earned a 142-93 triumph over the Crusaders while the women cruised to a 145-100 win. The men improve to 3-1 overall while the women reach the .500 mark at 2-2.

    Most notable for the Flames was the performance of their diving team as three individuals qualified for the Zone C Diving Championships in Bloomington, Indiana from March 9-10. Senior Charlie Rock qualified in both the 1 and 3-meter diving competitions with scores of 318.70 (3-meter) and a 290.35 (1 meter). Sophomore Michael Magee (1-meter, 301.05) and junior Andrea Bove (293.75, 3-meter). Bove also captured the 1-meter title with 241.80 points.

    "It was very fun diving today," UIC diving coach Larry Barcheski said. "We had a very productive workout in Florida on our training trip and it showed today. We're back in our home pool, rested, and we're diving well."

    Other individual winners for the UIC women's team include: Jamie Redway (1000 freestyle, 10:41.22, 200 IM, 2:19.04, 500 freestyle, 5:19.39), Julie-Anne Chico (200 freestyle, 1:58.90, 100 freestyle, 55.23), Stephanie Murphy (50 freestyle, 25.36), Nakima Sepulveda (200 breaststroke, 2:36.19). The women's team also received wins from their 200 medley (1:54.53) and 200 freestyle (1:42.70) relay teams.

    Other individual winners for the UIC men's team include: Enric Claret (1000 freestyle, 1:58.90, 200 IM, 2:00.16, 500 freestyle, 4:52.78), Paul Torres (200 butterfly, 1:57.89), Tom Schwingen (100 freestyle, 47.27), David Kimmerly (200 backstroke, 2:01.25), Diego Lora Coronado (200 breaststroke, 2:07.01). The men's team also received wins from their 200 medley (1:40.88) and 200 freestyle relay (1:29.52) teams.