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  Mark Bradshaw
Mark Bradshaw

Player Profile
Head Diving Coach

15th season

Alma Mater:
Ohio State '85


Women's Swimming Opens Pac-12 Championships

The women finished fifth in both contests today to begin competition in Washington.


Harrison Jones' Secret Weapon

ASU senior diver Harrison Jones' laid-back personality is a huge asset on the platform


Swimming and Diving Celebrates Seniors in Meet Against Cal

Arizona State celebrated its seniors on a rainy day in Tempe.


Q&A: Head Coach Mark Bradshaw Talks Olympic Diving


Bradshaw to Compete at USA Olympic Diving Trials

In the past 14 years, Mark Bradshaw has proven to be one of the most successful NCAA diving coaches in the country. With Bradshaw at the helm of the diving program, ASU has produced some of the NCAA's finest divers, including four-time NCAA Champion Joona Puhakka and six-time All-Americans Micky Benedetti and Trisha Tumlinson. Under Bradshaw's guidance, ASU has had nine divers earn four NCAA individual titles and 29 All-American honors. In addition, Bradshaw has been named NCAA Diving Coach of the Year twice, in 2003 and 2005.

With eight Pac-10 Men's Diving Coach of the Year and one Women's Diving Coach of the Year plaques on his wall, Bradshaw has earned more Pac-10 Diving Coach of Year honors than any other coach in conference history and has been named Pac-10 Coach of the Year the most out of all ASU Head Coaches. His divers have earned a total of nine Pac-10 Diver of the Year awards and six Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year honors.

Before coming to ASU, Bradshaw served as the diving coach at Ohio University and at the United State Military Academy. Bradshaw also served as Finland's head diving coach for the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games. As a diver, he was a four-year All-American at Ohio State University and was the 1983 3-meter NCAA champion. He also represented the United States in the 1988 Olympic Games, finishing fifth on the 3-meter. Bradshaw earned his bachelor's degree in physical education from Ohio State in 1985 and his master's in the same discipline in 1987. Bradshaw is a 1980 graduate of Springfield High School. During his four years at Springfield HS, he lettered four times in swimming and diving and earned two letters in football. As an individual competitor, Bradshaw went undefeated in his diving meets. A four-time state champion, he was twice named an All-American.

NCAA Champions Under Bradshaw
Name Year Event
Joona Puhakka 2003 men's 1-meter
Joona Puhakka 2004 men's 1-meter; men's 3-meter
Joona Puhakka 2005 men's 3-meter
4 NCAA Individual Titles, 1 Athlete, Two 1-meter, Three 3-meter
Pac-10 Champions Under Bradshaw
Name Year Event
Marc Briggs 2000 men's 3-meter
Joona Puhakka 2003 men's 1-meter; men's 3-meter
Joona Puhakka 2004 men's 1-meter; men's 3-meter
Trisha Tumlinson 2004 women's 3-meter; women's 10m platform
Joona Puhakka 2005 men's 1-meter; men's 3-meter
Trisha Tumlinson 2005 women's 10m platform
Joona Puhakka 2006 men's 1-meter; men's 3-meter
Micky Benedetti 2007 men's 3-meter; men's 10m platform
Micky Benedetti 2008 men's 1-meter; men's 3-meter; men's 10m platform
Micky Benedetti 2009 men's 3-meter
Constantin Blaha 2010 men's 3-meter
Elina Eggers 2010 women's 10m platform
Riley McCormick 2010 men's 10m platform
Constantin Blaha 2011 men's 3-meter
Riley McCormick 2011 men's 10m platform
23 Titles, 7 Athletes (5 men; 2 women), Six 1-meter, 10 3-meter, Seven 10m platform
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