The NISCA recently released its girls and boys All-America diving lists and Connecticut was certainly well represented.
Kevin Bradley of Norwalk, New Canaan’s Jackson Camporin, Glastonbury’s Ethan Godfrey, James Ragusa (New Canaan) and Kobe Tray (Choate Rosemary Hall) each earned spots on the National Interscholastic Coaches Association boys’ all America squad.
Annie Bingle of Greenwich Academy, Kelsey DeJesus from Watertown and Immaculate-Bethel’s Farrah Volpintesta qualified for the 2018-2019 girls’ NISCA All-America team.
Bradley concluded his senior season at Norwalk by winning the State Open diving championship, amassing an 11-dive total of 512.95 points on the 1-meter board. He also captured the FCIAC diving title for the second straight season (562.25) and claimed the first-place medal at the Class LL meet (547.65).
Bradley also won the State Open, Class LL and FCIAC championships his junior year (2017-2018).
Camporin, a rising New Canaan senior, placed third at the State Open in the winter (449.20), was fourth at the FCIAC competition (450.55) and took fifth on the 1-meter board at the Class L finals (394.00).
Godfrey’s senior season for Glastonbury saw him post a sixth-place finish at the State Open (444.40) and place fifth at the Class LL Championships (390.85).
Ragusa, who is entering his senior year for the Rams, claimed the first-place medal at the Class L diving finals, earning 483.50 points. He was fourth at the State Open meet (447.45) and dove to a second-place finish at the FCIAC competition (473.20).
Tray left Choate Rosemary Hall with plenty of accolades. As a senior, he won the New England Division I diving title for the fourth consecutive season, totaling 534.45 points.
The talented Tray set pool diving records at Loomis Chaffee School, Hotchkiss School, Miss Porter’s, Suffield Academy and Choate Rosemary Hall (11 and 6 dive records).
On the girls’ side, Bingle made her freshman season at Greenwich Academy one to remember. She garnered the winner’s medal at the Division I Championships, registering 435.05 points.
Bingle also won the FAA diving title and notched a third-place finish for GA at the Eastern Interscholastic Championships. As an eighth-grader as a member of Sacred Heart Greenwich’s squad, Bingle was the runner-up on the 1-meter diving board at the New England Division I meet.
Volpintesta, a rising Immaculate senior, won the State Open diving championship (530.55) and took top honors at the Class L finals (521.85).
She was the runner-up at the 2017 State Open.
DeJesus placed second at last fall’s State Open, compiling 488.10 points. She also gave Watertown a second-place finish in the Class M finals (466.30).