PROVIDENCE, RI – Brown Swimming and Diving has announced the hiring of Nick McCrory as its new volunteer diving coach. McCrory joins Brown after a successful career as a diver for Team USA.

McCrory won a bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics in the synchronized 10 meters and finished ninth individually in the 10 meters.

“We are thrilled to welcome Nick McCrory to Brown’s coaching staff,” said diving coach Agnes Miller. “Nick’s years of experience at the national and Olympic levels positions him as a phenomenal role model for the entire team and an invaluable resource for our divers.”

In national competitions, McCrory is a six-time national champion and won the 10 meter at the 2018 Kaiser Permanente National Championships and the 2011 AT&T National Diving Championships.

Internationally, McCrory finished sixth at the 2011 World 10 Meter Championships and won gold in the 10 meter synchronized competition at the 2012 FINA World Series. He also won silver in the 3 meter at the 2006 World Junior Championships.

A native of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, McCrory excelled in his collegiate career at Duke, winning NCAA titles on the platform every four years. As a Blue Devil, McCrory won 11 All-America honors, was a 10-time ACC Champion, four-time ACC Male Diver of the Year, and ACC Men’s Swimming and Diving Freshman of the Year.


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