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Bradly Stevens
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Bradly Stevens 1769883
Position: Javelin
Height: 6'2"
Year: Redshirt Freshman
Hometown: Snoqualmie, Washington
High School: Mount Si HS
WSU CAREER. FRESHMAN (2013-14):Outdoor - Redshirt season…threw unattached at Cougar Invitational and tossed javelin a PR distance of 66.64m/218-8 (4/26/14, Pullman).
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER. Earned four varsity letters at Mt. Si High in track and field for coaches Dave Ovall, and Jan-Olov Johanson, a former WSU thrower…freshman year set school record for javelin throw at 157-6…as a sophomore threw javelin a school-record distance of 181-11…finished 10th at state 3A Championships…junior year at third meet of season, threw 193-0 and broke his older brother Kyle’s record after Kyle had broken his father’s school-record in 2009…heaved javelin 205-10 to win state 3A title…awarded high school All-American first team…suffered elbow injury at state meet…spent much of senior year rehabbing elbow with best toss of 199-5 but repeated as state 3A javelin champion (198-1)…competed for the O-Zone Track Club and coach Jan-Olov Johanson.
PERSONAL. Born in May 1995, in Bellevue, Washington…father Jim Stevens is a King County paramedic who was a track and field athlete at University of Washington…mother Collette Stone is a sales consultant who played soccer and competed in track and field at Central Washington…brothers Kyle Stevens (also on the WSU track team), Bryce Peterson, Brandon Peterson, Aaron Stone and Quinn Stone…sister Leslie Stevens…enjoys hunting, Olympic lifting, rubix cube, and juggling…planning to major in kinesiology.
Javelin - 66.64m / 218-8
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