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Brad Schoreit
Position: Diving
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
City/State: Omaha, Neb.
High School: Millard North High School

School Records:
- Platform Diving: 199.20 points (2010)

5 Career Wins:
- 1-Meter Diving: 228.23 points (2009 vs. North Dakota)
- 1-Meter Diving: 253.15 points (2010 vs. Western Illinois)
- 1-Meter Diving: 274.81 points (2012 vs. South Dakota)
- 3-Meter Diving: 246.93 points (2009 vs. North Dakota)
- 3-Meter Diving: 292.58 points (2012 vs. South Dakota)

2012-13: Won the 1-meter (274.81 points) and 3-meter (292.58 points) vs. South Dakota (11/16) … placed third in the 1-meter with 267.10 points on day two of the Summit League Championships (2/21) … finished eighth in the 3-meter with 253.40 points on day four (2/23) … finished 26th in the 3-meter (256.05 points) and 28th in the 1-meter (211.05 points) at the NCAA Zone D Championships

 Season-best scores in the 1-meter dive (256.51) and 3-meter dive (255.31) vs. USD (1/21)    

2010-11: Won the 1-meter dive with 253.15 points vs. Western Illinois (10/30) ... also set school record in the 3-meter dive with 288.35 points vs. Western Illinois ... scored 259.40 points in the 3-meter dive on day three at the Summit League Championships (2/18) ... scored 236.15 points in the 1-meter dive on day four (2/19)

2009-10: Named Summit League Swimming and Diving Athlete of the Week for his performances in the Jackrabbits' season-opening meet when he swept the diving events in the Oct. 16 dual against the University of North Dakota. He broke a 29-year-old school record in the 3-meter competition, compiling a score of 246.93 over six dives to eclipse the previous mark of 239.55 set by Pete Vanderpan in 1980. Schoreit opened the meet by winning the 1-meter event with a score of 228.23 ... broke his own SDSU record in 1-meter diving in a double dual vs. South Dakota and St. Louis with a mark of 254.63 points ... set the school record in 3-meter diving four time, including his 263.85 points at the Minnesota Challenge (2/5-6)

Before SDSU: Has been diving since he was five years old ... a member of the Metro Omaha Diving Team and Nebraska Dive Club ... participated in karate for five years ... finished second at state his freshman year, fourth as a sophmore and won state his junior and senior year ... was also the schools Swimming and Diving MVP all four years of high school and the senior captain as a senior year ... was undefeated as senior year ... majoring in Broadcast Journalism