Andrea Sansores - Swimming & Diving - Arkansas Razorbacks

Andrea Sansores

Grad | 5-10 | Free / Back / Fly | Cancun, Mex. | International American School of Cancun

Career Stats

Honorable Mention All- American 2021-22
SEC Swimmer of the Week
Scholar All-American 2021
Scholar All-American 2020

Top-Five Career Finishes 
NCAA 2021
SEC B-Final 100 Back
Semifinals at Jr. Olympic Games 2018
Multiple wins at Mexico Nationals
World Jr. Games Indianapolis in 2017
World Jr. Games Singapore in 2015

As a Senior (2021-22)
Andrea finished the season with a 14th place finish in the 200 Freestyle relay and a 15th place finish in the 400 Freestyle Relay at NCAA Championship. Sansores helped the 400 Freestyle Relay team post the fastest time in school history. In addition, she broke the school record three times in the 100 Backstroke in the 2021-22 season. Sansores’s 51.83 is the new school record in the 100 backstroke. Andrea also contributed to breaking the 400 Medley Relay helping the Razorbacks post a time of 3:32.47. She was also named the SEC Swimmer of the Week, while also being named an Honorable Mention All-American.

Prior to Arkansas
Sansores represented Mexico at the 2015 FINA Junior World Championships in Singapore and at the 2017 FINA World Championships in Indianapolis… In Singapore, the sprinter swam to a 49th-place showing in the 50 free, 42nd in the 50 back, and 43rd in the 50 fly… This past summer in Indianapolis, she set a personal best in the 50 free (23.28) with a 34th-place finish, improved to 29th in the 50 back, and touched 36th in the 100 back… Her other personal bests include a 52.23 mark in the 100 free and 57.13 in the 100 back.

Reason for Choosing Arkansas 
“I really felt like I was home with this team, the athletic, and academic activities are fantastic.”

Born February 2, 2000… Daughter of Cynthia de la Fuente and Sergio Sansores… Has one older sister Karla Roxana Sansores de la Fuente… Majoring in Business.