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Aug. 6, 2006

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Former Gamecock All-American diver Allison Brennan won the gold medal in the three-meter springboard at the Kaiser Permanente Senior Diving Championships this weekend. Held at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis, Ind., Brennan claimed her first ever three-meter national title when she recorded a score of 333.25 to become No. 1 in the nation.

The Huntington Beach, Calif. native beat out Christina Loukas (321.60) and Margaret Hostage (321.60), and is on mark for making the U.S. Olympic Team. The championships are one of diving’s most prestigious events and had as many as 125 participants at the meet.

Brennan finished seventh in the world on the one-meter at the Diving World Cup back in July. A four-time All-American, Brennan capped her career at USC this past spring when she finished second in the one-meter at the NCAA Championships and ninth in the three-meter. She claimed the SEC title on both boards and was named USC’s Co-Female Athlete of the Year. In 2004, Brennan was the NCAA Champion on the one-meter, marking the first ever, individual national championship in USC history.