After 8 years of fighting breast cancer, 20 plus years of coaching swimming and diving, and forever in our hearts and thoughts, Lisa Dooling Forlini, a champion for all those she came in contact with will be present in the Centennial Aquatics program in spirit now. 

The outpouring of support within the Centennial Family is just one of the ideals that Lisa taught... be there for your team. Sport is a vehicle for living life. And if you can, get your nails done. They look awesome!

Formed in 2005, Centennial Diving is part of the Centennial Aquatic Club, and originated with a goal to continue improving the caliber of diving in Southeastern Pennsylvania. By 2006 Centennial Divers were qualifying for USA Nationals, by 2007 we had our first international competitor representing the USA, and by 2011 we had our first Olympic Trials qualifier. Centennial Diving has qualified divers to the USA Diving Junior Nationals every year since 2006. In 2019 at the AAU National Championships, 4 divers qualified for the finals earning All American status with Alex Nuckols winning the National Championship on the 1 meter for the boys 14 year old age group.

At the high school level, our divers have represented high school diving teams in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey where many have gone onto the state championships with some garnering state championship titles. Since 20012, 32 All American honors have been awarded.

Centennial Diving graduates have gone on to dive in college including: Yale, Princeton, Duke University, Cal Berkley, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, University of Georgia, University of Virginia, Boston College, (RIT) Rochester Institute of Technology, West Chester University, Marshall University, Denison University, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wagner College, United States Navel Academy, and La Salle University. 

It is our mission to promote the sport of diving to ALL levels of ability by teaching the proper mechanics and sportsmanship.