NCAA Championships Qualifier (Platform - 2023, 2024)   
NCAA Zone Championships Qualifier (Three Meter - 2023, 2024; Platform - 2023, 2024)
CSCAA Scholar All-American (1st; 2023, 2024)
Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award (2022, 2023, 2024)
Academic All-Big Ten (2024)
Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2022, 2023; Spring 2023, 2024)
Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2023, 2024)

Sophomore (2023-24)
Kesley Clairmont capped off a stellar sophomore campaign with another trip to the NCAA Championships in Athens, Ga. She posted a 20th-place finish on the platform with a score of 242.70. Clairmont set a career-best on the one-meter in a dual with Kansas (Nov. 3), where she posted a zone-qualifying 284.03 en route to a third-place finish. The next weekend, against Iowa, Clairmont added a career-best on the three-meter. She earned another zone qualifying score (339.20) and finished first. At the Mizzou Invite, Clairmont earned a score of 233.80 in the platform prelims and went on to place first-overall in the event with a score of 250.85. She added ninth-place finishes on the one- and three-meter.

At the Zone D Diving Championships in Houston, Texas, Clairmont placed eighth with a score of 502.75 in the platform finals to punch her tickets to the NCAA Championships. She accumulated 18 zone-qualifying scores throughout the season and added 15 top-five finishes.

Freshman (2022-23)
A trip to the 2023 NCAA Championships highlighted Clairmont's freshman season. She placed 34th overall on the platform with a a 214.00 in Knoxville, Tenn. During her opening weekend as a Husker, Clairmont hit NCAA Zone Diving Championship-qualifying standards on the one- and three-meter dive. In the Iowa State dual, Clairmont won the three-meter title with a 314.25 and finished as runner-up in the one-meter with a 269.48. The next day, Clairmont took second in the three-meter with a 300.85 and third in the one-meter with a 277.55 in the double-dual against Minnesota and South Dakota to hit the Zone marks again. She went on to hit the qualifying mark 10 times throughout the season. In a dual against the Hawkeyes, Clairmont notched another runner-up finish in the three-meter with a 274.85, while finishing fourth in the one-meter with a 250.05.

Clairmont returned to Iowa City for the mid-season Hawkeye Invite, where she competed platform for the first time of the season, scoring a Zone-qualifying 283.15 to win the event. She added a third-place finish in the three-meter with a 310.60.

At Zones, Clairmont finished eighth on platform with a score of 496.00 to earn a spot at Nationals.

Before Nebraska
Clairmont has picked up several accolades in her career thus far, including being named the top senior diver for Regina Diving Club in 2020 and the top junior diver in 2017. She has earned the Sask Top Female Diver honor three times, most recently in 2019. Clairmont is a 16-time Canadian Junior National finalist, earning spots in the finals in platform, one-meter and three-meter diving events for three consecutive years from 2018 to 2020. She finished third in the platform at the 2020 Canadian PanAmerican Trials. At the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games, Clairmont picked up another bronze.
The daughter of Wade and Trina Clairmont, Kelsey was born in Regina, SK, Canada, on July 15, 2004. She has an older sister, Alyssa who dives at Texas A&M. Kelsey is majoring in graphic design and earned Academic All Big-Ten honors in 2024. She was named a first-team CSCAA Scholar All-American in 2023 and is a three-time selection to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. Kelsey was also a Tom Osborne Citizenship Team selection in 2023 and 2024 for her contributions to serving the Lincoln community.

She chose Nebraska because of the athletes and coaches she met on the team during her visit.

“I really like (Coach) Landon (Marzullo) and think he is an amazing coach and I am excited to see the progress we can make together on my diving," Clairmont said. "As well, when I met the dive team on my visit we had a lot of fun and they feel like family already.”

Career-Best Dives

Event Score Meet (Date)
One Meter 284.03 Kansas (2023)
Three Meter 339.20 Iowa (2023)
Platform 283.15 Hawkeye Invite (2022)