Mattice, formerly of George Washington University, takes over for NC State’s Yahya Radman, who led the program for the last 8 seasons.
Russia has so far collected 11 gold, 4 silver, and 5 silver medals and lead the team standings heading into the pool swimming portion.
The final day of diving saw the German 10m women’s synchro team win by the smallest margin ever as Russia topped the medal table.
Tom Daley claimed his first gold medal of the European Championships, winning the 10m synchro event along with his partner Matthew Lee.
Russia swept the gold medals on the fifth day of diving competition, being led on the men’s 3m springboard by Evgenii Kuznetzov.
In the men’s 3m synchro it was the veterans who came out on top, while the women’s platform event was dominated by rookies.
Dale Schultz, who has been at Arkansas since 2016 in his third stint with the Razorbacks, is expected to make the jump to South Carolina.
Germany’s Patrick Hausding claimed his 16th European Championship’s gold medal, finishing with a comfortable lead on the men’s 1m springboard.
Arizona State’s diving program has won 6 NCAA titles in its history. Head coach Mark Bradshaw retired after the end of the 2019-2020 season.
After a 15-year career at Virginia Tech, head diving coach Ron Piemonte has announced that he will retire this summer.
The youngest duo in the event, Ukraine’s Oleksii Sereda and Kseniia Bailo emerged victorious in the mixed 10m synchro event.
FINA and Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee praise success of Diving World Cup and say that it “shows readiness” for the Olympic Games.
Two-time German Olympian Martin Wolfram won the men’s 3-meter competition to close the FINA Diving World Cup in Tokyo, Japan.
Great Britain already has two Olympic quota spots, but the duo of Daniel Goodfellow and James Heatly still went 1-2 in prelims of the men’s 3-meter.
13 athletes locked in Olympic quota spots in women’s 10-meter. Most notable was Tanya Watson, who earned Ireland’s first-ever Olympic bid in women’s diving.