UofL announces 2014-15 Student Advisory Committee
First male swimmer to double in the 100 and 200 since 1995
Joao De Lucca is seeded third in the 100 free.
Joao De Lucca looking to defend his national crown in last year's 200-free
De Lucca and both relays advance
AAC Swimming & Diving Championship | Day 3
Louisville Men's Swimming & Diving v Notre Dame
Louisville Swimming & Diving | NCAA Men's Championships
BIG EAST Swimming - Day 4 Finals
Sophomore: As a sophomore, Bray had a breakthrough year in his breaststroke events. Bray won the 100- and 200- breaststroke at the Purdue invite in 53.72, and 1:56.64 just off his prelim time of 1:55.82 respectively. Bray competed at the BIG EAST Championship for a 2nd place finish in the 200- breaststroke for his best time of 1:55.74 earning Bray an All- BIG EAST performer recognition. He also swam the 100- breaststroke for 4th in 53.66. Bray was also apart of the BIG EAST Champion 400- medley relay splitting a 53.44. Bray qualified for his first NCAA championships swimming the 100-, 200- breaststroke in 54.23, 1:57.40 and the 400 medley relay swimming the breaststroke leg while splitting a 53.33 to earn 18th . Addison was named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.
Freshman: Bray added depth to the Cardinals breaststroke group as a freshman. At the BIG EAST Championship, Addison competed in the 200-IM, 100- and 200-breast. In his first BIG EAST race, he placed fourteenth in the 200-IM and recorded a personal best time of 1:49.88. In the 100-breast, he set another personal best in his first BIG EAST Final with a time of 54.25, which was good enough for third place. In the 200-breast, he placed fifth with a best time of 1:57.84. Addison was named an All-BIG EAST performer. After the BIG EAST Championships, he competed at the Ohio State Last Chance Qualifier and topped the time he set at BIG EAST in the 200-breast with a 1:57.57. In the fall, Addison captured his first Olympic Trials Qualifying time at the Tennessee Invite in the 200-breast with a time of 2:18. 24. In the double dual meet against Cincinnati and Eastern Michigan, he posted two second place finishes in the breaststroke events and a third place finish as a member of the 200-medley relay team.
Prep: Addison Bray joins the Cards via Terre Haute South High School and Coach Jeff Thompson's Terre Haute Torpedoes. A five-time high school All- American, the breaststroke specialist was runner-up at the 2010 Indiana High School State Meet in the 100-breast after posting the fastest time of the meet in the preliminaries (55.17). He won the consolation finals of the 200-medley relay at the 2009 state meet and currently holds the 100-breast record in Indiana. A member of the 2009 National Select Camp, he chose UofL over Auburn, Indiana and Tennessee.
Personal: He is the son of Corey and Kimberly Bray. Born March 27, 1993. Major is biology.