NCAA Men's Championships
Senior recognized for seventh time in career
OXFORD, Ohio Bates College senior Andrew Hastings of Weston, Mass., earned his seventh career All-America honor today when he finished ninth overall in the three-meter diving event.
Hastings, who finished 22nd in the nation on Friday in one-meter diving, recorded a preliminary score of 411.20, missing the finals by 8.5 points. By finishing ninth, he secured his seventh All-America honor, the most earned by one athlete in Bates history. Four of his honors have come in the three-meter event and three in the one-meter. Hastings improved his performance in the three-meter by four spots from 2001.
Hastings scored nine points for Bates, helping the Bobcats to a tie for 39th place overall out of the 51 teams who score points at the championships. Bates was fifth among teams from New England. Kenyon College won its 23rd-straight NCAA title.
Full results from the NCAA Division III men's swimming and diving championships, including team scores, are available via the Web at the following URL: http://www.wooster.edu/athletics/swim/ncaamen/.
For more information on swimming and diving at Bates, please visit our Web page at http://abacus.bates.edu/sports/swimming.html.