Richard Andrews
Richard  Andrews

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
West Palm Beach, FL

Last College:
Indian River State

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160

Event:
Freestyle

Birthdate:
01/26/1993

Major:
Managing Information Systems


04/09/2015

FAU is Third Among 14 C-USA Members in Student-Athletes Named to C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

The Owls had 204 student-athletes make the Honor Roll and 34 win the Commissioner's Academic Medal

02/24/2015

Swimming & Diving Named a Fall CSCAA Scholar All-America Team

This honor is bestowed on teams who achieved a 3.0 grade point average or higher for the fall 2014 semester

02/20/2015

Bucz Claims Victory, Sets an FAU Record on the Third Day of C-USA Championships

As a whole, the team set 23 lifetime bests during the third day of competition

02/18/2015

Swimming and Diving Set Four School Records on Day One of C-USA Championship

After the first day of competition, the women are in fourth place and the men are tied for first

01/31/2015

Women's Swimming and Diving Capture Win Over IRSC at Senior Day Meet

Seniors Rich Andrews, Joey Steele, Torbjorn Persson, Iwona Lefanowicz, Anett Kovacs and Frida Nilsson were recognized for their contributions to the team prior to the meet

02/02/2015

2015 Swimming & Diving Senior Day

The 2014-15 Swimming & Diving team recognized six seniors at the meet against IRSC on Jan. 31.

Photo Gallery

Junior (2013-14): Finished ninth in the 200 free (1:40.63), 12th in the 1650 free (16:09.01), and 14th in the 500 free (4:32.46) at the Conference USA Swimming and Diving Championship...finished fourth and set a school record as a member of the 800 free relay team (6:36.39) at C-USA Championships.

Last School:
NJCAA All-American...competed in the 200, 500 and 1650 freestyle.

High School: Competed at John I Leonard High School under head coach and father Gordon Andrews...Florida High School State finalist in the 200 and 500 freestyle.

Personal: Managing information systems major...son of Gordon and Melanie Andrews...hobbies include chasing hurricanes and large, low pressure weather systems that form off the coast of Florida.

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