Swimming & Diving Athletes of the Week

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Males’s Swimmer of the Week

 Julian Smith, Florida

Smith, a sophomore from St. Augustine, Fla., earned two particular person wins and swam on two profitable relays within the win over Florida Atlantic. Smith positioned first within the 50 free (19.98) and the 100 fly (48.08), was the second leg of the 200 medley relay (1:27.85/24.38) and the third leg of the 400 free relay (2:54.60/43.84).

Males’s Co-Divers of the Week

 Leonardo Garcia, Florida

Garcia, a senior from Cali, Colombia, gained the 3-meter springboard within the win over FAU with a career-high rating of 437.33. Garcia was runner-up on the 1-meter with a rating of 334.20.

 Manny Vazquez Bas, South Carolina

Bas, a senior from San Juan, Puerto Rico, swept the springboard occasions within the twin meet towards No. 10 Georgia. Vazquez Bas posted a rating of 341.85 on the 1-meter and a career-high rating of 405.75 on the 3-meter.

Males’s Freshman of the Week

 Cam Abaqueta, Florida

Abaqueta, a freshman from Davidson, N.C., completed first within the 100 again with a time of 49.95 within the win over Florida Atlantic. Abaqueta was the leadoff leg on second-place 200 medley relay (1:28.89/23.05) and swam exhibition within the 200 again (1:52.47) and the 200 IM (1:54.50).

Girls’s Swimmer of the Week

 Zoie Hartman, Georgia

Hartman, a senior from Danville, Calif., tallied three particular person wins and was part of a profitable relay within the win over No. 24 South Carolina. Hartman opened the meet with a victory within the 200 medley relay (1:40.53), posting a breaststroke break up of 28.18 within the occasion. She adopted it up with a profitable B-cut time of 1:01.15 within the 100 breaststroke and a prime time of two:14.36 within the 200 breaststroke. Hartman closed the meet with a win within the 200 IM, ending first with a time of two:01.10.

Girls’s Diver of the Week

 Sophie Verzyl, South Carolina

Verzyl, a sophomore from Columbia, S.C., gained the 1-meter springboard within the twin meet towards No. 9 Georgia with a prime rating of 320.10. Verzyl was runner-up on the 3-meter with a last rating of 344.85.

Girls’s Freshman of the Week

 Zoe Dixon, Florida

Dixon, a freshman from Henrico, Va., posted an NCAA B-cut time of 1:56.41 to win the 200 again within the win over Florida Atlantic. Dixon earned a number of extra podium finishes: second place within the 400 IM (4:20.12) and with the leadoff leg of the 200 medley relay (1:42.11/25.39) together with third place within the 200 free (1:49.76).