State ONE Diving is not associated with the University of Delaware Swimming and Diving Program.

State One Diving is the only dive club in the state of Delaware. If you are interested in learning how to dive or want to practice your diving skills, this program might be for you. State One is for boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 18 with various skill levels: no experience, beginner, intermediate, high school, and National level.

Divers have the opportunity to train weekly on the 1 meter and 3 meter springboards, and 5 meter platform.

Vision

Provide an opportunity for youth of all ages and abilities to learn and compete in the sport of springboard and platform diving.



Mission

Emphasize positive learning in a safe, fun and team environment. Developing traits that transcend sports.

Coach Ryan

Ryan Hunt joined the Delaware swimming and diving staff as the program's diving coach in 2019-20 and just finished his third season as a Blue Hen. Prior to Delaware, Hunt was a member of the coaching staff at Towson and earned the CAA's Men's Diving Coach of the Year honor for the 2018-19 campaign after having coached the conference's Diver of the Year. Prior to Towson, Hunt spent five years at East Carolina and helped the men's team capture back-to-back American Athletic Conference titles in 2015 and 2016. He earned the 2016 AAC Men's Diving Coach of the Year award. Before officially being named the Pirates' diving coach, Hunt earned his bachelor's degree in sport studies with a minor in business from East Carolina in 2008 and went on to receive a master's degree from ECU in exercise sports science in 2011. As a student-athlete himself, Hunt was a two-time All-Conference CUSA performer and a four-time NCAA Zone B Regional Championship qualifier. He was a team captain and obtained the team's Most Outstanding Diver Award three times. Hunt holds the East Carolina program record for the one-meter (six dives) and 3-meter (six dives). Hunt has also served as a summer camp counselor at Patriot League power Navy in 2014 and 2015, helping with camp operations and coaching youth divers.