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UM diver winning big after redshirt year
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UM diver winning big after redshirt year

[imagebrowser id=22] [fresh_divider style=”solid”] When he’s in the classroom, junior Sam Dorman focuses on solving engineering problems. But when Dorman is flying off the end of a springboard, his mind is fixed on a clean landing. Dorman, 22, a mechanical engineering major, finished first in three events at the AT&T National Diving Championships in August….

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