March 21-23, 2002  

Contact: Adam Levin
Phone: (207) 786-6411


NCAA Men's Championships
at Miami (Ohio) University
hosted by the College of Wooster
Oxford, Ohio

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.

Andrew Hastings '02Hastings, 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:

For more information on swimming and diving at Bates, please visit our Web page at

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