Xavier University Gets Commitment From Andrew Martin

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Andrew Martin, a senior at Middleton High School in Wisconsin, has committed to swim for Xavier University beginning in fall 2019. Martin currently swims for the Badger Aquatics Club.

“I know that Xavier will allow me to fulfill my potential both as a student and as an athlete!”

This season, Xavier University’s men’s swim team was the Big East Conference Champion. With his current best times, Martin would have made multiple finals appearances there. Most notably, his best time in the 200 freestyle (1:39.75) would have put him in the top 8 at that conference meet.

He also would have potentially placed 10th in the 500 freestyle with his current best time (4:31.12) behind Benjamin Quon (4:30.11).

Top SCY Times

  • 200 freestyle (1:39.75)
  • 500 freestyle (4:31.12)
  • 1,000 freestyle (9:22.05)
  • 1650 freestyle (15:48.10)

Martin will join Xavier’s class of 2023. While at Xavier, Martin plans on majoring in marketing with a minor in finance.

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-teammate
2 years ago

*1:39 200 free 🙂

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Reply to  -teammate
2 years ago

Thanks for the update! Looks like his state meet swims didn’t get entered to the USA Swimming database, but we’ve updated above.