Michigan, Penn State and Northwstern Honored This Week

NU's Chelsea Davis collects first weekly honor.

NU's Chelsea Davis collects first weekly honor.

Nov. 15, 2005

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Co-Swimmers of the Week
Lindsey Smith, Michigan
JR, Dexter, Mich./Dexter

Smith earns Co-Swimmer of the Week accolades after posting two NCAA consideration times to help Michigan to a 208.5-91.5 victory over Ohio State on Friday. The sophomore finished first in two individual events, winning the 100-yard freestyle and helping her team to a first place finish in the 400-yard freestyle relay in provisional times of :50.97 and 3:24:44, respectively. Smith was a member of the winning 200 medley relay that posted a time of 1:43.14 as well as touching the wall first in the 200 freestyle event in 1:49.00.

Sarah Haupt, Penn State
SR, Carlisle, Pa./Trinity

Haupt was named Co-Swimmer of the Week after posting three NCAA "B" standard times against Virginia and Auburn last weekend. The senior's qualifying marks came in her third place finish in the 200-yard backstroke (1:59:65) and her first place finishes in the 100 backstroke (:55.17) and 400 medley relay (3:44.86). She also helped her team to first and second place in the 200 and freestyle relays, respectively. Haupt is an eight-time Big Ten Champion, five-time Big Ten record holder and a three-time All-American thus far in her career.

Diver of the Week
Chelsea Davis, Northwestern
FR, Columbus, Ohio/Worthington Kilbourne

Davis collects her first weekly laurel this season after earning two first-place finishes for the Wildcats against Wisconsin. The freshman shattered both Badger pool records as she posted a mark of 339.00 in the one-meter event, breaking the record by 22 points. Her score of 413.55 on the three-meter board was good enough to break the record by 92 points. Both marks were career-bests for Davis.