Michigan, Minnesota and Purdue claim Women's Swimming and Diving awards this week.

Nov. 22, 2005

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Swimmer of the Week
Kaitlyn Brady, Michigan
JR, Wilmington, Del./Mount Pleasant

Brady collects Swimmer of the Week accolades after posting six NCAA provisional marks and placing first in five of six events. The senior recorded "A" standards by touching the wall first in the 50-yard freestyle (22.66) and 200 backstroke (1:56:35). She also claimed first and "B" marks in the 100 butterfly (53.97), 100 backstroke (54.66) and was a member of the first-place 400 medley relay team that posted an NCAA consideration time of 3:42:24. Brady managed to record yet another "B" time as her 200 medley relay team finished second in 1:41:76. This is her second weekly honor this season and third of her career.

Co-Divers of the Week
Erica Schiffler, Minnesota
FR, Woodbury, Minn./Woodbury

Schiffler has been name Co-Diver of the Week after a stellar performance at the Minnesota Invite last weekend. After placing third in the three-meter event with 311.15 points the freshman earned first place finishes on the one-meter board (277.05) and on the platform, scoring 226.45 points. She claimed season bests in all three events. She earned her first weekly and career honor in her freshman debut.

Carrie McCambridge, Purdue
JR, Lewis Center, Ohio/Olentangy

McCambridge collects Co-Diver of the Week honors for the second time this season after claiming the one-meter competition while finishing runner-up on the three-meter board and platform in a field of seven teams at the Boilermaker Invitational. The junior outscored all divers in competition by a total of 54 points. Off the one-meter she scored 313.95, just 0.7 points off from her season best. She went on to claim second in both the three-meter and platform events with scores of 310.05 and 247.90, respectively.