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Joshua Davidson

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Tomball, Texas
high school
Frassati Catholic


Finished fourth on 3-meter (372.50) and third on 1-meter (346.45) at the GT Invite…won 3-meter (356.55) and was sixth on 1-meter (277.50) against GT/Pitt…won 1-meter (336.83) and was third on 3-meter (314.48) at No. 14 Minnesota…was the runner-up on 1-meter (343.27) and finished third (330.97) on 3-meter against No. 14 Arizona State…placed first on 1-meter (360.00) and placed fifth on 3-meter (315.90) against No. 3 Florida…placed fourth on 3-meter (334.95) after winning 1-meter (360.65) at No. 18 Alabama and was selected as the ACC Diver of the Week…won both 1-meter (371.77) and 3-meter (386.17)…finished eighth on 1-meter at the USA Diving Winter Trials.


Qualified for the NCAA Championships in both springboard events after taking fourth on 1-meter (699.80) and sixth on 3-meter (707.40) at the Zone B Qualifier…won silver on 3-meter at his first ACC Championships with a personal best score of 415.40 and added bronze on 1-meter at 368.20… competed at the Junior Pan American Games and won gold on 3-meter and took silver on 1-meter…earned ACC Diver of the Week honors following his performance against Duke and Virginia Tech..won 1-meter against Minnesota (341.55) and finished second on 3-meter (376.95)…took home the win on 1-meter against Duke and VT at 342.00…won 3-meter with a score of 410.85 at the GT Invite and also grabbed silver on 1-meter at 363.05…was awarded the ACC Diver of the Week after winning 1-meter (318.23) and 3-meter (355.58) at Florida…won 3-meter against Miami and Alabama at 370.55…scored 327.00 vs. FAU for the win…was named to the All-ACC Academic Team…was tabbed as the Diving MVP and Team Rookie of the Year at the end of the year awards banquet….member of the ACC Honor Roll


A member of the 2014 FINA Junior World Championship team that competed in Penza, Russia. He is a 2016 Olympic Trial qualifier and has competed at both the junior and senior national levels since 2012…will compete at the 2017 Pan American Games this fall after placing second on 3-meter (628.05) and third on 1-meter (565.10) at the 2017 USA Diving Summer National Championships.