Updated: April 24, 2013
General: An All-American in the 3-meter event and two-time All-American in the platform event ... 2012 ACC Champion in the platform event ... Represented the United States in the 2012 Canada Cup FINA Grand Prix in May ... Competed in the 2012 Olympic Trials ... Competed in the 2012 USA Diving Winter National Championships, finishing sixth in the country in the synchronized 3-meter event and fourth in the country in the synchronized platform with partner Logan Shinholser.
2012-13: Has hit NCAA Zone marks at every meet this season ... Named to the All-ACC Academic team for the third-straight year ... Led the H2Okies at the NCAA Championships with 27 points and was named an All-American in the platform and 3-meter event ... Scored in every event at the ACC Championships and took third on the platform, fifth in the 1-meter and seventh in the 3-meter ... Took second on the 1-meter and third on the 3-meter at Virginia ... Posted second-place finishes on both springboards at NC State ... Placed third in both events against Tennessee ... Took second as Tech went 1-and-2 in the 3-meter event at the Georgia Fall Invitational ... Placed second in the first platform event of the season at the H2Okie Invitational with a qualifying score of 379.73 ... Notched second-place finishes in the 1-meter and 3-meter events at Georgia Tech ... Placed second in the 1-meter at Duke ... Recorded second-place finishes in the 1-meter and 3-meter events in the season-opener at North Carolina.
2011-12: Had a great sophomore campaign, earning All-America honors for the first time in the platform event ... Came in second in the 3-meter event at the NCAA Zone A Diving Championships to qualify for the NCAAs ... Took home his first gold medal at the ACC Championships in the platform event ... Won the 1-meter event, while placing fourth in the 3-meter event in the dual meet against Georgia Tech and Miami ... Took home the gold in the 3-meter, while placing fourth in the 1-meter against Virginia ... Added 62 points for the H2Okies at the Yellow Jacket Invitational, with a second-place finish in the platform with a score of 375.80 ... Also posted a fifth and sixth place finish in the 3-meter and 1-meter events, respectively ... Posted a second and third-place finish in the 1 and 3-meter events, respectively, setting a new career-best 377.05 in the 1-meter at Ohio State ... Placed fourth in the 1-meter in the quad meet against Duke, Florida State and UNC Wilmington ... Finished second in the 1-meter with a score of 319.05 against North Carolina ... Placed second and third in the 1 and 3-meter, respectively, while qualifying for the NCAA Zone meet in the season opener against NC State.
2010-11: Hawkins had an outstanding season as a freshman, shining at ACCs and Zone A Championships and earning a spot at the NCAA Championships … Earned 44 points for the H2Okies at the ACC Championships, finishing fourth on the 1-meter and 3-meter springboards and fifth on the platform … Led the first ever H2Okie sweep of the 1-meter springboard at Zone A Championships, and finished second behind only his teammate Logan Shinholser on the 3-meter and the platform … Just missed the finals at NCAAs in the platform event, finishing 17th, while placing 29th in the 1-meter and 34th in the 3-meter … Won the 1-meter springboard on Nov. 12 at No. 11 Virginia with No. 25 Princeton.
High School: Competed for East Gaston High School and the Carolina Diving Academy … Took first place at high school state championships his junior and senior year … Multiple-time finalist at the Junior National level on all three levels and has also been a finalist on multiple levels at the Senior Nationals as well … Placed in the top-five on all three levels at the 2009 Speedo Junior National Diving Championships … Won the Warrior Award as a freshman … Team MVP 2008, 2009, 2010.
Personal: Ryan Patrick Hawkins was born on Oct. 6, 1991 in Charlotte, N.C. … Son of Doug and Robin Hawkins … Has an older sister … Majoring in architecture.
|Hawkin's Career Best|
|1-Meter: 377.05||Platform: 415.65|