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Bradley Christensen
Position: Diving
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 165
Year: Junior
Hometown: Southlake, Texas
High School: Liberty Christian
Major: Product Design

All-America - 2

  • 1-meter (2014 - 15th)
  • 1-meter (2016 - 14th)

As a Junior (2015-16)

  • Pac-12 Championships
    • 1-meter champion (405.60)
    • 10th in the Platform (310.65)
    • Third in the 3-meter (360.85)
  • NCAA Zone E Championships
    • Fourth in the 1-meter (689.50)
    • Fourth in the 3-meter (756.10)
  • NCAA Championships
    • 14th in the 1-meter (341.50)
    • 33rd in the 3-meter (336.10)

As a Sophomore (2014-15)

  • Pac-12 Championships
    • Second in 3-meter (457.15)
    • Eighth in platform (302.60)

As a Freshman (2013-14)

  • CSCAA All-America honorable mention
  • Pac-12 Freshman Diver of the Year
  • NCAA Championships
    • 15th in 1-meter (319.20)
    • 19th in 3-meter (351.70)
  • Pac-12 Championships
    • Fifth in 1-meter (363.40)
    • Eighth in 3-meter (329.60)
    • 12th in platform (253.65)


The Christensen File

  • Prepped at Liberty Christian (Texas)
  • Earned four varsity letters in swimming and diving
  • Three-time All-American
  • 2013 diving state champion
  • 2013 Junior Nationals
    • Second in 1-meter
    • Fourth in 3-meter
  • 2012 Junior Nationals
    • Second in 3-meter synchronized
    • Third in 1-meter
    • Fifth in 3-meter
  • 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials
    • Ninth in 3-meter individual
    • Fourth in 3-meter synchronized
  • 2013 USA Diving Grand Prix
  • 2012 Rostock Grand Prix
  • 2011 Junior Pan-Am
  • 2009 Junior Pan-Am
  • 2009 British Junior Nationals
  • National Honor Society
  • Son of John and Leslie Christensen
  • Father and grandfather attended Stanford
  • Three siblings: Andrew, Lara and Alex
    • Alex swims at Southwestern (Texas)
    • Great uncle, Jack Lummus, played for the New York Giants, and is one of two NFL players to recieve the Congressional Medal of Honor, him being the only to recieve it posthumously. 
    • Great grandfather, Frank, was Utah's first three-time All-American in football, and went on to win the 1935 NFL Championship game with the Detroit Lions. 
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