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Andrew Barber
Andrew  Barber


Vienna, Va.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 160


UVa Career Bests: One Meter (6): 363.83; Three Meters (6): 332.70; Three Meters (11): 520.15

A three-time participant in the NCAA Zone B Diving championships ... one of the top returning divers in the ACC ... has best opportunity in his career to move beyond Zones and into the NCAA Championships ... showing committment and focus before unseen ... looking to close out career with a great senior season.

2004-2005- Finished sixth on the three-meter board and eighth on the one-meter board at the ACC Championships ... was 21st on the three-meter board and 23rd on the one-meter board at the NCAA Zone B Diving Regionals ... named UVa's Diver of the Year along with teammate Eric Kelley ... finished 23rd on the one-meter board at the 2004 Speedo USA Senior National Diving Championships in July.

2003-2004- Earned All-ACC honors for his third-place finish on the three-meter board (520.15 points) at the ACC Championships and finished fifth on the one-meter board ... finished 18th on the one-meter board and 22nd on the three-meter board at the NCAA Zone B Diving Regionals.

2002-2003- Finished fifth on the three-meter board at the ACC Championships and was 12th in the one-meter competition ... highest finisher among freshmen at the NCAA Zone B Diving Regionals by placing 19th on both the one and three-meter boards.

Prep & Personal-Two-time Virginia state diving champion ... a 2001-2002 High School All-American ... garnered first-team All-Metro honors ... five-time participant in the National Junior Olympics ... Honor Roll student ... son of Susan and Bruce Barber ... born June 28, 1984 in Washington, D.C. ... majoring in studio art with a concentration in photography.


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