Diving

USA Diving Announces the Postponement of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials

With athlete safety in mind, USA Diving is working with the USOPC and Indiana Sports Corp to reschedule the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.

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Notre Dame Dive Coach Caiming Xie To Retire After 25 Years In South Bend

Notre Dame’s longtime diving coach Caiming Xie is retiring, the school announced today. Caiming was the first full-time dive coach in program history.

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USA Diving Announces New Bylaws

USA Diving’s bylaws were completely rewritten with best practices in nonprofit governance in mind.

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Dave Salo Named Pac-12 Women’s Coach of the Year in His Final Season

USC head coach Dave Salo is leaving the program with a major award as the 2020 Pac-12 Women’s Swimming Coach of the Year.

FINA Postpones Diving and Artistic Swimming Olympic Qualification Events

The FINA Diving World Cup and the FINA Artistic Swimming Olympic Games Qualification Tournament, both in Tokyo, have been postponed until June.

Former NCAA All-American Lee Michaud Named President Of USA Diving

Michaud’s hiring marks the latest change the organization has undergone over the last few years. Former CEO Terry Bassett resigned in February.

USA Diving Suspends Regional Championships Indefinitely

The decision comes after reviewing the latest data on COVID-19, and as part of the national effort to contain the further spread of the virus.

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USA Diving Announces 30 Day Suspension

Following the pattern of many other organizations, USA Diving announced today that it will be suspending all USA Diving events for the next 30 days

2020 M. NCAA Picks: Windle-Dinsmore Rematch Highlights Men’s Diving

Texas’s Jordan Windle and Miami’s David Dinsmore have won the last three NCAA platform titles, and were separated by just 6.25 points last year.

2020 Zone C: Competition Shuts Down Mid-Event With NCAA Decision

Kentucky’s Danny Zhang won the 3-meter springboard in a tough Zone C, which would have earned an NCAA invite, if the meet weren’t canceled.

2020 W. NCAA Picks: Influx of New Faces Vying For Diving Titles

With two 2019 champs graduated and the third taking a redshirt, we’ll have a brand-new slate of women’s diving winners at 2020 NCAAs.

2020 Zone D: Texas Women Add 5th NCAA Diver on Day 3

The Texas women qualified a fifth diver for NCAAs in Janie Boyle, who was third on platform in the final day of the Zone D meet.

2020 Zone E: Vigran Finally Qualifies, Stanford Men Add 2 NCAA Divers

USC has a fourth women’s diver qualified for NCAAs, but it was Stanford’s Mia Paulsen who dominated the final day on a huge last dive.

2020 Zone B: Miami Goes 1-2-3-4 On Men’s Platform, Dinsmore Returns To NCAAs

2017 NCAA platform dive champ David Dinsmore qualified easily for NCAAs as Miami went 1-2-3-4 on men’s platform on day 3.

2020 Zone A: Pitt’s Read Wins, Virginia’s Porter Adds Event On Day 3

Pitt sophomore Amy Read will make a return trip to NCAAs after winning platform diving at the Zone A Championships on day 3.

Akron Diving Coach Resigns After Allegations of Secretly Filming Students

University of Akron head diving coach Chris Medvedeff has resigned after being accused of secretly filming students in a school rec center.

2020 Zone E: Fusaro Returns To Form With Win For USC On Day 2

Henry Fusaro of USC was an NCAA scorer way back in 2017, but was 17th in 2018 and injured in 2019. He returned to the Zone E title today on 1-meter.

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