Won his first career ACC medal after grabbing silver on platform (391.95) at the ACC Championships…finished sixth on 3-meter (352.30) and 10th on 1-meter (291.25)….won 1-meter (338.78) and placed second on 3-meter (371.88) in the win over Georgia Tech and SCAD…finished fifth on 3-meter (339.50) before winning platform (371.35) at the Georgia Invite.
Earned Florida State’s first All-America finish on platform behind a seventh place finish at the NCAA Championships with a score of 366.75 after putting up a round score of 393.40 in prelims…finished 26th at NCAAs on 1-meter…was also eligible for the Elite 90 award…was the platform champion at the Zone B qualifier with a score of 789.85 over 12 dives…also placed eighth on 1-meter at 635.15 in order to advance to his second career NCAA Championships… finished eighth on 3-meter and on platform at the ACC Championships…won the ACC Diver of the Week after his performance at the Georgia Invite where he won platform (386.90) placed fifth on 1-meter (319.35) and eighth on 3-meter (272.65)…won 3-meter against No. 7 Louisville with a score of 376.75…competed at the World University Games for Team Canada on 10-meter…was selected to be a team captain for the 2015-16 season.
Qualified for the NCAA Championships by taking second at the Zone B qualifier on platform with a total of 757.90 and also took 12th on 3-meter with a tally of 702.35 after 12 dives…placed sixth on 1-meter at the ACC Championships with a score of 331.95 and was also seventh on platform (324.70)…added 11th place points on 3-meter…won 1-meter in the dual against Louisville…won 3-meter with a personal best score of 411.52 in the dual against Florida…placed seventh on 1-meter (325.25) sixth on 3-meter (303.55) and grabbed sixth on platform (303.55) at the Georgia Tech Invite…Competed in the Canadian Senior National Championships and finished fifth on 3-meter (378.95) and sixth on platform (350.05).
Placed fourth in his first career ACC Championships on platform with a career best score of 419.55 (prelims)…added points by placing 21st on 1-meter…had a solid outing in his first NCAA Zone B Championships by placing eighth in both 1-meter and 3-meter and ninth on platform…turned in his career best score on 3-meter with a second place finish against Miami (381.15)…dove his career best score on 1-meter at the Auburn Invite and took fourth with a score of 344.00…was named the most improved diver at the end of the year banquet.
A member of the Canadian Junior National Team… two-time Canadian junior national champion (1-meter 2008, 10-meter- 2009)…a four-time Canadian Junior National Medalist from 2008-2012…represented Canada at international competitions such as the 2009 UANA Pan American, 2010 World Junior Diving Championships..participated in the 2010 Amsterdam Diving Cup and the International Youth Diving Meet in 2012 and 2013…a 2012 Olympic Trial qualifier…represents Etobicoke Diving Club.
Born June 29, 1995…son of Karen Goldstein and Joel Grisell…graduated from Riverdale Collegiate Institute in 2013…achieved high honors with a 4.0 GPA during grades 9-12…had the highest academic average in his class in grades 9-11…brother Josh plays baseball for Triple-A affiliate…was a gymnast for five years…is coached by Anna Dacyshyn at the Etobicoke Diving Club.