Men's Ski

 

  Andrew Hawes
Andrew Hawes

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Concord, Mass.

High School:
Concord-Carlisle Regional

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 175

Birthdate:
06/15/1988


AS A JUNIOR IN 2009: Complete Results
Named co-captain of the men's team along with teammate Alex Zahoruiko ... Finished 21st at the NCAA EISA Regionals (Feb. 27) ... Did not finish his Slalom or Giant Slalom runs at the ECSC Regionals (Feb. 21-22) ... Placed fourth in the Slalom (1:24.38) and fourth in the Giant Slalom (1:57.18) at the Boston College Carnival (Feb. 6-7) ... Skied to a 25th place finish in the Slalom at the UMass Carnival with a time of 1:49.36 (Feb. 1) ... Finished 38th (1:56.43) in the Giant Slalom at the MIT Carnival (Jan. 31) ... Placed fourth in the Giant Slalom (2:02.49) and first in the Slalom (1:26.07) at the Plymouth State Carnival (Jan. 24-25) ... After placing 51st on day one of the Slalom at the UConn Carnival, recovered to finish first on day two with a time of 1:24.28 (Jan. 16-17) ... Hawes' first place finish at UConn was his first collegiate victory ... Finished third (1:40.61) and second (1:42.69) in two Giant Slalom runs at the Colby-Sawyer College Carnival (Jan. 9-10).

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008: Complete Results
Placed fifth with a combined time of 1:44.00 in the Slalom at the USCSA National Championship (Mar.8 ) ... took eighth place with a total time of 2:19.21 in a the Giant Slalom at the USCSA National Championship (Mar. 7) ... placed fifth with a combined time of 1:32.63 in the Slalom at the USCSA East Regional (Feb. 24) ... took fourth in the Slalom at the Boston College Carnival with a time of 1:33.58 (Feb. 10) ... was the top finisher for UMass with a fourth place finish at 1:56.79 in the Giant Slalom at the MIT Carnival (Feb. 3) ... took fifth place in the Slalom at the Plymouth State Carnival (Jan. 26) ... earned a fifth place finish with a time of 1:26.86 in the Slalom event at the UConn Carnival (Jan. 19) ... clocked in with total time of 2:17.18, to earn him a seventh place finish in the Giant Slalom at the UConn Carnival (Jan. 18) ... Helped the Minutemen to a third place finish after finishing ninth with a time of 48.31 in the Giant Slalom at the Colby-Sawyer College Carnival (Jan. 12).

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007: Complete Results
Finished second on the Minutemen, 16th overall (1:57.93) at the USCSA Nationals Giant Slalom (Mar. 8) ... Competed in USCSA Slalom, but did not finish ... Placed eighth (1:34.40) in the ECSC Championship Slalom (Feb. 24) ... Finished 18th in the following day's Giant Slalom (2:14.33) ... Finished in 13th in the Boston College Giant Slalom (1:23.05) on Feb. 10 ... Finished 12th the following day (1:27.11) ... Captured 11th place (1:30.86) in the Brown Slalom (Feb. 2) and the following day finished 14th (1:57.30) in the MIT Giant Slalom (Feb. 3) ... Placed 13th (1:51.25) in the Slalom at Colby/St. Anslem's Carnival (Jan. 27) and the following day posted 17th (1:46.20) in the Giant Slalom (Jan. 28) ... Finished 9th (1:09:72) in the Slalom at the Plymouth State Carnival (Jan. 20) and 12th the following day (1:11:86)...Recorded 17th place finish (2:13.73) at UConn Giant Slalom (Jan. 11)... Finished third on Minutemen in Slalom (1:32.44)

BEFORE UMASS: Member of Concord-Carlisle Regional varsity golf and skiing teams for four years, and the baseball team in junior and senior years ... Captained all three teams during senior year ... Earned Boston Globe All-Scholastic and Dual County League All-Star honors for skiing in junior and senior years ... Also named as a Dual County League All-Star for golf senior year

PERSONAL: Full name is Andrew Otis Hawes ... Born June 6, 1988 ... Son of Donald and Maral Hawes ... Twin sister Ashley is on the women's ski team ... Looks to contribute to the team with consistency and a positive outlook and focus ... Personal goals include consistent top 10 finishes ... Hobbies include free skiing, golfing, baseball, and hanging out with friends and family ... Most admired person is his mother and father ... Nicknamed Otis ... Major is Business Management

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02/25/2009
Q&A With Head Ski Coach Skip Fox Recapping The ECSC Regionals
The UMass Women's Ski Team captured a trip to the USCSA Nationals next weekend after their fifth place finish in last weekend's ECSC Regionals. The Minutewomen placed three skiers in the top-15 during both days of the Regionals. The Men's team, the defending USCSA National Champions, will not be returning to the Nationals after their sixth place finish over the weekend. The Minutemen had a tough day in Saturday's Slalom, finishing in ninth place before recovering with a second place finish in the Giant Slalom. Andrew Hawes, Matthew Small and Travis Hopkins will participate in the NCAA EISA Eastern Regional Championships this weekend at Sugarloaf.
 
 
02/23/2009
Men's Skiing Places Six, Women Fifth, At ECSC Regionals
  • Slalom Results | Giant Slalom Results
    The UMass Ski team competed in the ECSC Regionals this past weekend in Waterville Valley, N.H. The women's team finished fifth overall, securing a spot in the USCSA Nationals in Winter Park, Colo. from March 3-7. The Men's team finished sixth overall after a disappointing ninth place finish in the Slalom before a second place finish in Sunday's Giant Slalom. UMass Skiing will be back in action this weekend when they will participate in the EISA Regionals at Sugarloff.
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    02/18/2009
    UMass Skiing Prepares For ECSC Regionals At Waterville Valley
    UMass Skiing will travel to Waterville Valley, N.H. this weekend to compete in the ECSC Regionals. The Minutemen are coming off a successful weekend at the Boston College Carnival, where they locked a spot for the USCSA Regionals. The men's team finished second in the Giant Slalom before a sixth place Slalom finish while the women placed fourth in Friday's Giant Slalom before finishing fifth in the Slalom. The Men's team finished the regular season in third place in the MacConnell standings, while the Minutewomen finished fifth.
     
     

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