100 breast: 51.84 – FSU RECORD
200 breast: 1:53.81 – FSU RECORD
50 free: 19.93
100 free: 46.07
Placed first in all of his events at the TYR Fall Classic including meet records in the 400 medley relay, 100 breast (54.34), and 200 medley relay along with winning performances in the 200 free relay and 200 breast (2:01.33)… helped the Seminoles to a win and set the Morcom Aquatics Center record in the 200 medley relay and finished second in the 100 breast (53.47) and 200 breast (1:58.21) against Auburn.
Swam breaststroke in both medley relays that earned All-America honorable mention at NCAAs…placed 11th in the 400 medley relay and 14th in the 200 medley relay…finished 19th in the 100 breast (52.29) and 36th in the 200 breast (1:56.50)…finished ninth in both the 100 breast (51.84) and 200 breast (1:53.81) setting new school records in both races at the ACC Championships….helped the 200 medley relay qualify for the NCAA Championships behind a fourth place finish at ACCs….also helped the 400 medley relay place sixth…set a Morcom Aquatics Center record in the 200 medley relay (1:26.85) against LSU…competed in the 100 free (46.67) vs. Tampa…won the 100 breast (54.56) and 200 breast (2:00.13) vs. No. 22 Auburn…placed second in the 50 free (21.48) and competed in the 500 free (5:05.03) vs. Gardner-Webb…tied for second in the 100 breast (55.40) and was third in the 200 breast (2:02.02) vs. LSU…finished third in the 200 breast (1:56.72) and fourth (54.36) in the 100 breast at the Georgia Invite…was also 11th in the 50 free (20.45) and helped the Noles take third in the 200 medley relay…finished third in the 100 breast (55.32) and 200 breast (2:00.26) against TCU…won the 100 breast (55.40) and was second in the 200 breast (2:04.23) against RV Georgia Tech…set the national records for the Bahamas in the 50m (27.60), 100m (1:00.87) and 200m (2:15.14) breast at the 2021 Bahamas National Championships…was chosen to represent the Bahamas at the 2020 Olympics…All-ACC Academic Team
Qualified for the NCAA Championships in the 100 breast…swam the breaststroke leg on the 200 and 400 medley relays that took silver at the ACC Championships…also won bronze in the 100 breast with a personal best of 52.36…took 14th in the 200 breast at 1:57.42…won the 100 breast at LSU at 55.36 and 200 breast at 2:00.56…finished third in the 100 breast (55.37) and took second in the 200 breast (2:00.91) against Alabama…was fourth in the 100 breast (53.51) third in the 200 breast (1:56.23) at the GT Invite…helped the Noles finish second in both the 200 &400 medley relays …also finished 21st in the 50 free with a personal best swim if 19.93…Took second in the 200 IM (1:59.11) fourth in the 100 IM (52.86) and fifth in the 100 free (47.72) against Florida Southern…placed fourth in the 200 breast (2:05.38) and third in the 100 breast (55.52) at No. 9 UF…finished second in the 200 breast (2:03.15) after winning the 100 breast (55.49) at RV Georgia Tech…was the winner in the 100 breast (55.64) and 200 breast (2:00.52) against Duke…was first in the 100 breast (55.04) and 200 breast (2:00.20) at No. 12 Notre Dame to start the season…competed at the FINA World Championships
Was a part of the 200 medley relay team that captured All-America honors at the NCAA Championships behind a seventh place finish…also competed in the 400 medley relay at NCAAs… Grabbed bronze at the ACC Championships in the 200 medley relay in school record-timing of 1:23.63…swam in his first individual ACC Championship final taking sixth in the 100 breast with a personal best of 52.81…also won the C final of the 200 breast behind a best time of 1:56.62…was on the winning 200 free and 200 medley relay vs. UIW…placed second in the 100 breast (56.05) vs. No. 18 Alabama and took first in the 200 breast (2:03.49)…finished sixth with a personal best time of 54.16 in the 100 breast at the GT Invite…tied for bronze with teammate Ryan Telford in the 200 breast with a career best of 1:57.29…added a best time in the 50 free at 20.27 and also helped the Noles earn an NCAA provisional time in the 200 medley relay.
A member of the Bahamas National Swim Team, Bastain is a five-time FHSAA 1A State Championship finalist and a two-time champion in the 100 breast. He placed fifth at the Junior National Championships – East in the 100 breast with a time of 54.48 and also swam in three finals at the NCSA Spring Junior National Championships. Bastain has competed at the CARIFTA Games, CCCAN, CISC, Commonwealth Youth Games and 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships.