USA Diving has named 30 divers to the Junior National Squad for 2017.
The Junior National Squad is comprised of talented junior divers who have met a challenging set of criteria required for selection. The program is aimed at providing these athletes the resources needed to help them continue to progress in their training, with the ultimate goal of developing into future senior national team members and potential Olympic team members.
A special congratulation to the Florida divers that have made the cut.
Denny Gulia Janovski
The following divers have been selected:
Manuel Borowski – McLean, Va.
Janie Boyle – Orange, Ohio
Grace Cable – Durham, N.C.
Tyler Downs – Ballwin, Mo.
Noah Duperre – New Albany, Ohio
Remi Edvalson – Saratoga, Calif.
Anne Fowler – Burke, Va.
Finnian Gelbach – Springfield, Va.
Emily Grund – Trophy Club, Texas
Denny Gulia Janovski – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Nicholas Hart – Lafayette, Ind.
Quinn Henninger – Denver, Colo.
Hailey Hernandez – Southlake, Texas
Daria Lenz – Altadena, Calif.
Jack Matthews – Powell, Ohio
Sophia McAfee – San Marino, Calif.
Kevin Mendez – Lighthouse Point, Fla.
Maggie Merriman – Moultrie, Ga.
Jackson Miller – Southlake, Texas
Maxwell Miller – The Woodlands, Texas
Bridget O’Neil – Southlake, Texas
Maysi Richards – Keller, Texas
Jordan Rzepka – Solon, Ohio
Carolina Sculti – Rye, N.Y.
Allison Ward – Southlake, Texas
Aliyah Watson – Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Max Weinrich – Brookeville, Md.
Lily Witte – Dexter, Mich.
Daryn Wright – Plainfield, Ind.
Lyle Yost – Shaker Heights, Ohio
Courtesy of Jennifer Lowery