|Sport(s):||Track & Field - Javelin|
One of the most successful javelin throwers ever to compete at the junior college level, Fred Andrew competed for Everett Junior College in 1965 and 1966. In 1965, his 203’2/1/2” toss won the WAACC title and contributed to the team’s second place finish overall. He is currently 6th all time at Everett CC with a distance of 207' 6". He continued to compete for Central Washington University. At the NAIA level he placed in two national meets (third and fourth). NAIA competitors were also allowed to compete in the NCAA National Meet, and Andrew finished in fifth place in 1968. Fred is currently 2nd all time at CWU in the Javelin, just 6 inches away from the record at 241' 5". From 1972 to 1978 Andrew coached cross country and track at Bellevue Community College, then he went to work as a self-employed contractor. He is a member of the NWAACC Hall of Fame and currently lives in Bothell.