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Men's Swimming & Diving

Samuel Randall
Samuel Randall
Height: 6-2
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Pittsford, N.Y.
High School: Pittsford Sutherland
Event(s): Diving

Best Scores: 1M 11 dive (482.15)...1M 6 dive (326.60).

SUNYACs 2016: Named SUNYAC Outstanding Male Diver of The Year … finished second on 3 mtr with a School Record breaking score of 577.30 … finished first on 1 mtr with a SUNYAC, Meet and School Record breaking score of 568.45 … named First Team All SUNYAC.

DIII NCAA Regionals 2016: Placed first on 1 mtr (523.10) and third on 3 mtr (525.15).

DIII NCAA 2016: Named National Champion on the 1 mtr (533.75) and third on 3 mtr (519.75) earning an All American title. 

SUNYACs 2015: Named SUNYAC Diver of the Meet … finished first on 3 mtr (516.30) and 1 mtr (505.80) … received All-Conference First Team honors.

DIII NCAA Regionals 2015: Finished third on 3 mtr (506.25) and 1 mtr (483.85)

DIII NCAAs 2015: Finished 19th on 3 mtr (429.65) and 17th on 1 mtr (405.10)

Prior to Geneseo: Dove for the Pittsford Panthers...named an All American diver in 2012 and 2013...winner of the 2013 Section 5 sportsmanship award...2013 Pittsford team captian...four year honor role student...a member of the National Honor Society. 

Personal: Samuel "Sam" Wark Randall was born in Rochester, N.Y. and raised in Pittsford, N.Y. ... parents are Mary and Doug Randall ... has two siblings, Maureen and Brian ... majors in business administration and minors in marketing ... named Geneseo Male Athlete of the Year in 2016 ... organized a charity event "Paint the Pool Pink" which is a charitable diving intiviational to help support the breast care coalition of Rochester ... enjoys hiking and plaing frisbee in his spare time ... started diving competitively in the beginning of seventh grade ... favorite athletic-related moment was winning the SUNYAC's with his Blue Wave family ... best advice received during his diving career - "You're still in this fight" - was said by his coach, Mark McMann ... lists his mother as having the most influence on his playing career because she has always been there for him and always reminds him that he only has to do this sport is he still enjoys it.

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