Braydon Bringhurst Athlete Profile

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Braydon Bringhurst

Position: Pole Vault Height: 5-9 Weight: 160 Class: Senior Roster Years: 2012-2015 Hometown: Boise, ID Mission: Riverside, CA Last School: Centennial High School

Personal

  • Born in Sandy, Utah
  • Parents are Steve and Angela
  • Loves mountain biking, snow skiing and wakeboarding
  • Loves spending time with his family
  • Married his high school sweetheart, Nicole 
  • Majoring in film

Before BYU

  • Was a national champion in BMX racing and freestyle snow skiing
  • 2007 Idaho State Champion in pole vault

Stats

Personal Bests
Mark Event Venue
5.50m Pole vault 2014 Lobo Invitational

Career Stats



2012 | Sophomore Year

Indoor

  • MPSF All-Academic Scholar Athlete

Outdoor

  • USTFCCCA Division I All-Academic Team

2013 | Junior Year

  • Receieved Division I USTFCCCA All-Academic honors

Indoor

  • Took first place at the Cherry & Silver Invitational with a mark of 16-08.75
  • Finished fourth at the Air Force Invitational with a mark of 16-06.75
  • Tied for 11th place at the Armory Collegiate Invitational with a mark of 16-06.75
  • Finished in fourth place at the MPSF Championships with a mark of 16-10.00

Outdoor

  • Took second at the Aztec Track & Field Invitational with a mark of 16-07.50

2014 | Senior Year

Indoor

  • Took third in the pole vault at the BYU Indoor Invitational with a mark of 5.20m
  • Placed first in the pole vault at the Lobo Invitational, setting a new personal best with a jump of 5.50m
  • Finished in third in the pole vault at the Air Foce invitational with a mark of 5.45m
  • Tied for second in the pole vault, clearing 5.15m at the UW Invitational
  • Tied for first in the pole vault at the Armory Invitational with a mark of 5.45m
  • Placed third at the Air Force Collegiate Invitational in the pole vault with a mark of 5.45m
  • Placed second at the MPSF Championships in the pole vault with a mark of 5.45m
  • Cleared 5.40m (17 feet, 8.5 inches) at the NCAA Indoor Championships to take 10th place and earn All-American status