At the end of day three, ASU holds onto sixth place with 448 points heading into the final day of competition.
The Sun Devils jumped two positions on the day, currently residing in seventh place with 207 points.
The Devils put up the second fastest time of all time at ASU in the 200 medley relay.
As a team, the Lady Devils averaged a GPA of 3.21. The men's team averaged a 3.12 GPA.
The four-day event from Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center begins Wednesday, Feb. 25 and spans through Saturday, Feb. 28.
"She finished runner-up at her National Championship," Head Coach Mark Bradshaw said. "That's pretty special."
In the end, both the ASU men's and women's teams could not overcome the Wildcats, dropping by scores of 174-117 and 176.5-118.5, respectively.
It came as no surprise that the ASU student-athletes placed atop the charts in almost every dive.
The Arizona State diving team dominated competition on the first day of the Air Force Invitational, Friday, in Colorado Spring, Colo. The Sun Devils had medalists in two of the three diving events on the day.
Both the Men's and Women's Diving teams head to Colorado Springs for the AFA Diving Invitational.
TEMPE, Ariz. -- One day removed from taking on the No. 1 ranked women's and No. 2 ranked men's teams from Cal, the Arizona State swim and dive teams welcomed No. 3 and No. 10 women's and men's teams from Stanford to Mona Plummer Aquatic Center on Saturday.
The final scores resulted in the ASU men (3-7) getting edged out, 163-130, while the women (4-6) fell by a score of 197.50-102.50.