Yahya Radman has been named the new N.C. State diving coach, as announced by head coach Braden Holloway on Wednesday.
Radman comes to the Wolfpack after serving as the head diving coach at University of Wyoming for the past two seasons.
“We are looking forward to Yahya joining our staff, as well as his family joining us in Raleigh,” Holloway said. “As we look to the future in diving for our program, we’re encouraged about his vision and plan to help bring N.C. State Diving back to the storied program it has been in previous times.”
In his time at Wyoming, Radman guided six total all-conference performers in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). In addition, Radman helped Wyoming send five divers to the 2014 NCAA Zone ‘E’ Diving Championships, which marked the most representatives for the school since 2010.
Davis holds a 3.83 grade point average as a sociology major and most recently was rated as the fifth-best player in Division I soccer by Top Drawer Soccer. He is one of two ACC players represented among the 10, joining Notre Dame’s Patrick Wall.