In the one-meter competition, Hill led the way with a score of 226.95 to place third while Carpin placed fourth with a 214.55. Freshman Jacqueline Smith, who was competing in her first-ever diving competition, had 138.40.
In the three-meter board, Carpin led the way with a second-place finish behind a career-best total of 234.45. Hill was just behind Carpin in third with a score of 230.20. Hill's total is the sixth best in school history just behind Carpin's total from the meet.
The Penguins return to action on Friday when the entire team takes on Niagara in dual meet.