Scott Donie

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Scott Donie
Personal information
Full name Scott Richard Donie
Born October 10, 1968 (1968-10-10) (age 48)
Vicenza, Italy

Scott Richard Donie (born October 10, 1968 in Vicenza, Italy) is an American diver. He earned the silver medal in the 1992 Summer Olympics on the 10 m platform, and placed 4th in the 3 m springboard at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.

Donie has lived and trained in New Jersey and Texas. He also lived and trained in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1992. He is a six-time Age Group National Diving Champion and a two-time National Senior Champion. He received a Bachelor's degree from Southern Methodist University in 1990. Donie is an eleven-time Southwest Conference Diving Champion and a three-time National NCAA Division I Champion. He was a member of the US National Diving team from 1985 through 1996.

Donie is currently the Head Diving Coach of Columbia University.[1] He was the Head Diving Coach at New York University from 2000-2016. He has coached 18 All-Americans during his career at NYU.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Olympian Scott Donie Becomes Head Coach of Columbia Diving". gocolumbialions.com The Official Athletics Website of Columbia University in the City of New York. Retrieved 2016-10-25.