MSWM: Purdue's David Boudia sets all-time mark for Diver of the Week Honors

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The conference office announced on Tuesday the ninth weekly men's swimming and diving honors for meets from Nov. 30 through Dec. 6. Michigan's Tyler Clary was named Swimmer of the Week while Purdue's David Boudia etched his name in Big Ten lore as the most lauded diver in the history of the weekly award. Boudia earned his ninth career weekly laurel, surpassing Indiana's Marc Carlton (2001-05), Michigan's Jason Coben (2000-04) and Minnesota's Dan Croaston (1998-2001) for the most Diver of the Week honors in Big Ten annals. The Boilermaker sophomore earned a win and a runner-up finish in his two events last weekend at the Ohio State Invitational to give Purdue four consecutive diver of the week awards - a first in Big Ten history.

Meanwhile, Tyler Clary led the Wolverines to their second consecutive USA Swimming Short Course National Championship title, earning the high-scorer award in the collegiate division.

For more information on this week's honorees, look here.

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