Following an outstanding performance by the FSU women's swimming and diving team last week, it's now time for the men's program to contest at the ACC Championships.
Tiffany Oliver took gold in the 100 free while Katrina Young dominated platform with a new ACC meet record score while pulling the Noles to a third place finish.
The Florida State women's swimming and diving team sits in third place behind Virginia and North Carolina heading into the final day of the 2014 ACC Championships.
The No. 23 FSU women's team was six points shy of upsetting the fifth-ranked Gators.
The nationally-ranked FSU swimming and diving teams finished the three-day invite in third place behind strong performances.
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.