Nov. 4, 2008
Swimmer of the Week
Andre Schultz, Michigan
Jr., Sao Paulo, Brazil / Colegio Palmares
Schultz takes home his first Big Ten Swimmer of the Week award after earning three first-place finishes and four NCAA ‘B’ cut times in a two-day double dual meet versus Texas and Indiana. The junior swam NCAA consideration times in the 100- and 200-yard backstrokes, touching the wall at 48.16 and 1:44.46, respectively. He also performed ‘B’ times in the 200 (1:36.66) and 500 freestyles (4:19.29). Schultz helped his squad earn second-place honors in the 400 medley relay (3:16.67) and the 800 freestyle relay (6:36.92).
Last MICH SOW: Tyler Clary (10/21/08)
Diver of the Week
Caleb Percevecz, Wisconsin
So., Scottsdale, Ariz. / Desert Mountain
Against No. 3 Arizona, Percevecz placed second in both springboard events, posting NCAA-qualifying scores from each height. Off the one-meter, the sophomore totaled 346.27 and from the three-meter board, he racked up 352.05 points. This marks the third career weekly conference award for the Arizona native and second this season.
Last WIS DOW: Caleb Percevecz (10/14/08)