Tennessee junior Tori Lamp placed fifth in the finals of the platform competition Saturday at the AT&T National Diving Championships in Greensboro, N.C.
Lamp finished her five-dive list with a score of 336.55.
After two good opening dives, Lamp slipped down the leaderboard after posting a 33.60 on her third dive. She made up for the score on her last two dive, scoring a 88.00 on her final dive.
"I was really proud of Tori's effort today in what was a very close competition," Tennessee diving coach Dave Parrington said. "Her first two dives were excellent. After missing on her (third) dive she got back up to fifth with a fantastic last dive."
With her combined score through the three rounds, Lamp qualified to represent the United States in FINA Grand Prix international diving events next year.
Graves Productive: Tennessee incoming freshman Bashaara Graves was one of four Team USA players scoring in double figures with 14 during a 95-46 victory over Canada in the semifinals of the FIBA Americas U18 women's basketball championship in Gurabo, Puerto Rico.
Graves shot 7 for 8 from the floor and recorded three rebounds and three assists in 20 minutes, helping the U.S. improve to 4-0 in the tournament.
USA will try to win its sixth consecutive title at the tournament today against Brazil, a 67-54 victor over Argentina in the other semifinal.
Fast Start: Team USA scored a 131-89 victory over South Korea Friday to open the 2012 FIBA U17 World Championship at Sportshallen Zuid in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Rebecca Greenwell, who's from Owensboro, Ky., and being recruited by Tennessee, led the USA with 23 points to go with seven rebounds and seven assists.
Mercedes Russell, who's from Springfield, Ore., and being recruited by Tennessee, was a perfect 8-for-8 from the field to finish with 17 points and set a record for field goal percentage.
"Whenever you start off a game like that, you think scoring will come easy," Russell said.
The U.S. followed up Saturday with an 86-47 victory over Canada.