Oct. 21, 2008
Swimmer of the Week
Tyler Clary, Michigan
So., Riverside, Calif. / Riverside Poly
Clary went earned in first-place finishes at a home dual meet victory over Florida this past weekend. The sophomore met NCAA consideration times in the 200-yard backstroke (1:44.21) and the 400 individual medley (3:51.66). In the 200 freestyle, Clary just missed the NCAA qualifying standard, posting a time of 1:38.53. His final blue-ribbon performance came in the 400 medley relay as he helped the Wolverine quartet touch the wall in 3:17.61. The California native earns his second career weekly laurel.
Last MICH SOW: Bobby Savulich (2/5/08)
Co-Divers of the Week
Landon Marzullo, Indiana
So., Columbus, Ohio / Worthington Kilbourne
Marzullo swept both diving events over the weekend in a home dual meet against border-rival Kentucky. The sophomore tallied a new pool record off the three-meter board with a score of 421.30, just two points shy of a school record. From the one-meter, Marzullo posted a score of 372.40, taking first by more than 71 points over the second-place competitor. This award marks the third career Big Ten Diver of the Week accolade for Columbus, Ohio, native.
Last IND DOW: Taylor Roberts (2/12/08)
David Boudia, Purdue
Last PUR DOW: David Colturi (2/5/08)
Fr., Noblesville, Ind. / Noblesville
Boudia set a program record off the one-meter board in his first collegiate meet. His score of 399.40 far exceeded the previous mark of 377.45. From the three-meter height, the freshman posted Purdue’s fourth-highest score in school history at 370.00. Both performances were first-place finishes and NCAA qualifying marks for the Noblesville, Ind., native. Boudia earns his first Big Ten weekly honor.