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Kristian Ipsen
Position: Diving
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 155
Year: Senior
Hometown: Clayton, Calif.
High School: De La Salle
Major: International Relations
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Olympic Medals - 1
• Synchronized 3-meter (2012 - bronze)

NCAA Titles - 3
• 1-meter (2013 - 473.75)
• 3-meter (2013 - 450.60)
• 3-meter (2012 - 466.05)

NCAA Runner-Up - 2
• Platform (2013 - 452.90)
• 1-meter (2012 - 410.05)

NCAA Championships Records - 1
• 1-meter (473.75)

All-American - 6
• 1-meter (2013 - 473.75)
• 1-meter (2012 - 410.05)
• 3-meter (2013 - 450.60)
• 3-meter (2012 - 466.05)
• Platform (2013 - 452.90)
• Platform (2012 - 350.75)

NCAA Zone Titles - 5
• 1-meter (2013 - 903.25)
• 1-meter (2012 - 823.01)
• 3-meter (2013 - 913.15)
• 3-meter (2012 - 930.90)
• Platform (2013 - 856.60)

Pac-12 Titles - 2
• 1-meter (2013 - 442.15)
• 3-meter (2013 - 443.40)

Off The Farm
• Seven-time member of U.S. National Team (2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013)
• Highest American finisher (12th) in 3-meter (413.35) at 2013 FINA World Championships
• 17th in 1-meter (333.10) at 2013 FINA World Championships
• Partnered with Troy Dumais to win synchronized 3-meter (446.7) bronze medal at 2012 Olympics
• First Olympic medal winner of any kind for United States since 2000
• Won 3-meter synchro at U.S. Olympic Trials with Dumais to earn first Olympic berth
• Third in 3-meter individual event at U.S. Olympic Trials
• Fell short of earning one of two Olympic spots by 1.25 points after leading in prelims and semifinals
• Sixth in 3-meter synchro with Dumais at 2012 World Cup
• 24th in individual 3-meter at 2012 World Cup
• Invited to 2012 World Cup after winning 3-meter synchro title with Dumais (second in 3-meter at U.S. Winter Nationals)
• First at 2011 AT&T Diving Championships in 3-meter and 3-meter synchro
• Won silver at 2011 Pan Am Games in 3-meter synchro, sixth in 3-meter
• Won silver at 2011 FINA Diving Grand Prix in 3-meter synchro with Dumais
• Fourth in 3-meter synchro at 2011 Diving World Series

As a Sophomore (2012-13)
• NCAA Diver of the Year
• Pac-12 Diver of the Year
• CSCAA All-American
• NCAA champion in 1-meter (473.75) [NCAA Championships record]
• Stanford's second-ever NCAA 1-meter champion (first since 1930)
• NCAA champion in 3-meter (450.60)
• Trailed through five rounds, nailed final dive for 3-meter title
• NCAA runner-up in platform (452.90)
• Won 1-meter (903.25), 3-meter (913.15) and platform (856.60) at NCAA Zone Championships
• Pac-12 champion in 1-meter (442.15) 
• Pac-12 champion in 3-meter (443.40) 
• Pac-12 runner-up in platform (398.40)

As a Freshman (2011-12)
• Pac-12 Freshman of the Year
• Earned 44 points at NCAA Championships
• NCAA champion in 3-meter (466.05)
• NCAA runner-up in 1-meter (410.15)
• 10th in platform (350.75) at NCAA Championships
• First Stanford men's diver since 1930 to win NCAA title (span of 82 years)
• One of two Stanford divers ever to win an NCAA title
• Won 1-meter (823.01) and 3-meter (930.90) at NCAA Zone Championships
• Only diver at any NCAA Zone Championship meet to score over 900 in 3-meter
• Eighth at NCAA Zone meet in first collegiate platform appearance (594.65)
• Entered NCAA Zone meet with region's top scores in 1- and 3-meter
• Did not compete at Pac-12 Conference Championships
• Two-time Pac-12 Diver of the Month (December and January)
• Clean sweep of 12 regular-season 1- and 3-meter competitions

The Ipsen File
• 16-time Junior National champion
• Eight-time Senior National champion
• Three-time Junior World champion
• Silver medalist 3-meter synchro at 2009 World Championships
• Silver medalist 3-meter synchro at 2010 World Cup
• Nine points shy of medaling in 3-meyter synchro at 2011 World Championships
• Sixth national title at 2011 AT&T National Championships
• 3-meter synchro and 3-meter individual titles at 2011 U.S. Nationals
• Won 1- and 3-meter titles at 2003, 2004 and 2010 Junior Nationals
• Swept 1-meter, 3-meter and platform titles at 2004 and 2007 Junior Nationals
• Won 1-meter title at 2006 Junior Nationals
• Won 3-meter title at 2008 Junior Nationals
• First Senior National title came in 3-meter (2009)
• Won 3-meter title at 2010 Winter Nationals and 2011 National Championships
• Eight international gold medals under belt before enrolling at Stanford
• Swept 1-meter, 3-meter and platform at 2003 U.S.-Canada Junior Challenge
• Won 1-meter at 2005 Junior Pan American Games
• Won 1-meter at 2005 Junior World Championships
• Won 3-meter at 2007 Pan American Games
• Won 1-meter at 2010 Junior World Championships
• Paired mostly with Dumais, won eight senior national 3-meter synchro titles from 2009-11
• Won 3-meter synchro at 2010 USA Grand Prix
• Youngest diver ever to final on all three boards at 2011 Junior Nationals
• Youngest diver ever to win Junior National title (2003)
• Son of Kent and Yvette Ipsen
• One younger sister, Lauren

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