Earlier this week, NISCA released the All-America Diving Champions for the 2015-16 season. They have now announced the full list of All-Americans, highlighting some of the best diving talents in high schools across America.
On the girls’ side, Saline High School’s Camryn McPherson was the All-America Champion. McPherson won the 1-meter diving title at the 2015 Michigan Lower Peninsula Division I Swimming & Diving Championships. As a junior this past season, she score 487.15 points at the HS State Champs to win the state title, following her 2014 runner-up performance.
For the boys, James Madison High School’s Grayson Campbell earned the honor of All-America champion. He was the first diver in Virginia 6A Championship history to pass the 600 points barrier, scoring 607.60 points this spring at those champs.
You can find more information about diving and NISCA on their website.