Greenwich High

Three Greenwich High boys divers named NISCA All-Americans

Photo by David Fierro: Whitaker Grover was one of three Greenwich divers that earned All-America honors.

The National Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association released its list of All-America high school boys divers several days ago and three Greenwich High School athletes earned All-America recognition.

Whitaker Grover, who is entering his junior year at Greenwich, Joel Satir, a 2021 GHS graduate and Jayden Satir, a rising junior, each received All-America diving accolades by the NISCA for the 2020-2021 season.

Grover’s All-America honors came on the strength of his outstanding score of 569.10 points, which won him the 2021 boys FCIAC diving title. During the Cardinals’ 2021 regular season, Grover helped pace the team’s deep and talented diving squad, executing impressive dives throughout the season.

Grover’s All-America season for the Cardinals also earned him All-FCIAC First Team honors. He will no doubt, relied upon to spark the team on the 1-meter diving board once again, this winter.

Joel Satir finished second in the 2021 FCIAC diving finals, posting an All-America score of 471.30 points. Satir was also a standout, consistent force on the 1-meter board for the Cardinals, making them tough to top in diving competition.

Satir’s diving career didn’t end with the conclusion of Greenwich’s season in March. He will take his diving skills to Seton Hall University, where he will join the school’s strong diving team. He too, was a 2021 First Team All-FCIAC selection.

Jayden Satir, Joel’s younger brother, registered 461.10 points at the 2021 FCIAC Championships – an All-America score. An All-FCIAC First Team selection, he too, will be look to power the Cardinals’ diving lineup.

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