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Joshua Davidson

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Tomball, Texas
high school
Frassati Catholic


Won back-to-back ACC Diver of the Week honors after winning 1-meter (328.80) and 3-meter (357.60) against Duke and against vs. Minnesota with scores of 327.37 on 1-meter and 333.75 on 3-meter…won 1-meter (363.68) against No. 9 UF and also added a third place finish on 3-meter (356.03)…was the winner on 1-meter (325.28) and placed third on 3-meter (370.35) at Georgia Tech…took second on 3-meter (340.73) and was first on 1-meter (321.45) at No. 12 Notre Dame.


Captured All-America honorable mention behind a 14th place finish on 1-meter at the NCAA Championships with a score of 307.15…also competed on 3-meter (303.35)…won bronze on 3-meter (387.55) and silver on 1-meter (367.00) at the ACC Championships…his four career ACC medals are the most since Terry Horner collected seven in his career…also finished 10th on platform (285.95)… won 1-meter (346.45) and placed third on 3-meter (343.05)…won 1-meter against Alabama (360.65) and was fourth on 3-meter (334.95)…against UIW…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…was voted the diving MVP at the end of the year awards banquet.


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.