Dylan Grisell turned in a sixth place finish in the 10-meter final at the Canadian National Championships.
Rising sophomore Dylan Grisell will dive at the 2014 Canadian National Championships
Four Seminoles earned multiple honors at the end of the year award banquet.
Katrina Young won the platform event on the final day of the 2014 NCAA Zone B Championships
Six members of the FSU diving team dove in the finals of the Zone B Championships on Thursday.
2013-14: Placed fourth in his first career ACC Championships on platform with a career best score of 419.55 (prelims)...added points by placing 21st on 1-meter...had a solid outing in his first NCAA Zone B Championships by placing eighth in both 1-meter and 3-meter and ninth on platform...turned in his career best score on 3-meter with a second place finish against Miami (381.15)...dove his career best score on 1-meter at the Auburn Invite and took fourth with a score of 344.00...was named the most improved diver at the end of the year banquet.
High School/Prep: A member of the Canadian Junior National Team... two-time Canadian junior national champion (1-meter 2008, 10-meter- 2009)...a four-time Canadian Junior National Medalist from 2008-2012...represented Canada at international competitions such as the 2009 UANA Pan American, 2010 World Junior Diving Championships..participated in the 2010 Amsterdam Diving Cup and the International Youth Diving Meet in 2012 and 2013...a 2012 Olympic Trial qualifier...represents Etobicoke Diving Club.
Personal: Born June 29, 1995...son of Karen Goldstein and Joel Grisell...graduated from Riverdale Collegiate Institute in 2013...achieved high honors with a 4.0 GPA during grades 9-12...had the highest academic average in his class in grades 9-11...brother Josh plays baseball for Triple-A affiliate...was a gymnast for five years...is coached by Anna Dacyshyn at the Etobicoke Diving Club.