Gould breaks Rose-Hulman school record in DePauw meet

Monday, January 20, 2014

Rose-Hulman diver Sam Gould found the familiar confines of DePauw's Erdmann Natatorium favorable on Saturday.

Returning to the pool where he swam and dove for four years of the West Central Conference meet, the South Putnam graduate broke school and pool 3-meter diving records with a score of 304.45.

The sophomore also won the 1-meter competition with a score of 280.5 points.

Gould is in his second year diving for the Engineers, following a successful high school diving career for the Eagles that included two trips to diving regional and a 2012 WCC championship.

Rose-Hulman diver Sam Gould performs a 1.5 somersault with two twists Saturday at DePauw's Erdmann Natatorium. The South Putnam graduate broke the pool record and Rose school record in the 3-meter competition with a score of 304.45.


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  • Absolutely AWESOME Sam! Sorry we missed it. Congrats!

    -- Posted by lduggan69 on Mon, Jan 20, 2014, at 9:54 PM
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