Olympian Ariel Rittenhouse of Santa Cruz and Amanda Burke of Southampton, Pennsylvania, won the women's 3-meter synchronized title at the U.S. diving championships Saturday in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The duo, who began diving together the last few weeks, had 311.70 points. Maren Taylor and Deidre Freeman were second with 284.40.
San Jose Giants
Jaycob Brugman homered in the seventh and eighth innings, helping Stockton to a 14-10 home win over San Jose. Brian Ragira and Chuckie Jones homered in the Giants' three-run fifth. Ragira had a double in a four-run fourth and an RBI single in the top of the eighth when San Jose tied it 10-10.
Dana Dormann shot an 8-over 80 and trailed leader Laurie Rinker by 20 strokes in the Legends Championship at the French Lick Resort in Indiana. The San Jose State women's assistant coach was at 13-over 157.
Al Acosta, a 1993 Cal graduate who became a five-time National Coach of the Year leading the Stanford women's lightweight team, was named women's head coach at his alma mater. He replaced Dave O'Neill, who is now the coach at Texas.
Stanford's Maggie Steffens had four goals, leading Team USA to an 11-4 win over China at the FINA World Cup in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia. The Americans plays Australia in Sunday's final.
Ten individuals, including former Stanford and NFL wide receiver Greg Camarillo, will be honored at the Menlo-Atherton Athletic Hall of Fame induction banquet Nov. 8 at the Palo Alto Elks Lodge.
Kelly Eaton, Erica Hayes, Jeremy Mineau, Connie Hawkins, Owen Hawkins, Susan Mohr, Kitty Moore, Brent Vartan and Platoi Yanicks are the other inductees.
The 1989 state Division II championship boys basketball team and the 1978 Central Coast Section champion girls swim team also will be inducted. For tickets and information, call 650-322-5311 ext. 53761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Staff and wire reports contributed to this report.