NAME: Noah Vigran
SCHOOL: Indian Hill High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2018
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: State champion, state record
HEIGHT: 5'10"-165 lbs.
RESIDENCE: Indian Hill
PARENTS: Ross & Tara
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Parents and Coaches
FUTURE GOAL: Compete for NCAA titles in college
Indian Hill senior Noah Vigran is a record-setting diving All-American and two-time Ohio state champion who next season will be competing collegiately at Stanford University.
Noah has had a busy - and successful - couple of weeks. First, he won the CHL 1-meter diving championship for the third straight year. Then he won the Div. II sectional championships with 616.85 points, breaking his own Ohio total points' record. He then broke that record in winning the Div. II SWO District championships with 620.25 points. Just last week he won his 2nd straight Ohio state Div. II diving championship with 534 points, breaking his own Ohio state meet record.
He had a remarkable junior year, too, when he was CHL, sectional, district and Div. II Ohio state champion. He was named Cincinnati Div. II Diver of the Year, 1st team all-city and 1st team all-conference. He was also Cincinnati.com Sports Awards' Diver of the Year.
Noah also has been successfully competing on a national level. He was Group A national champion in both the 1-meter and 3-meter at the AAU National Championships in San Antonio. He placed fifth in the Nation on the 1- meter springboard and 16th in the Nation on the 3-meter springboard at the 2017 USA Diving Age Group National Championships.
A National Honor Society student with a 4.42 GPA, Noah also is a member of the prestigious Ohio All-State Choir. His favorite athletes are Tom Daley, Bryce Love and Andrew Luck; his favorite entertainer is Portugal. The Man, favorite book is The Martian, favorite movies are Good Will Hunting and the Batman Trilogy, and most-like-to-meet is Steve Jobs.
COACH'S QUOTE – "Noah is completely dedicated to becoming the best diver he can be. His hard work and effort have made him one of the nation's finest."
— Ray Noble, Diving Coach
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