Gemberling delivered an eighth-place finish in the men's one-meter springboard with a final round score of 305.35. St. Germain finished 10th in the women's three-meter with a mark of 257.50 after reaching the finals with a 281.60 score.
Freshman Elle Schmidt tallied 254.50 points to post a 16th-place finish in the three-meter, while sophomore Matt Vieke placed 17th in the one-meter with his 266.65 score. Freshman Jesse Lyman scored 236.50 points to come in 24th in the one-meter.
"Overall, we had some good performances today," LSU diving coach Doug Shaffer said. "Brian and Becca reached the finals again, and Matt and Elle were just out of it. We could have been a little sharper, but we're continuing to make progress, and I'm optimistic as we head into our final day with the platform competition."
SMU's Matt Culbertson took top honors in the men's one-meter (342.20). Georgia's Hannah Moore emerged from the women's three-meter in first-place (306.65).
The Georgia Diving Invite will conclude tomorrow with the men's and women's platform competition.