Three event victories and provisional NCAA time standards by Alyssa Anderson (University of Arizona) and an outstanding performance by Adam Maczewski (University of Pittsburgh) have earned the pair the Counsilman-Hunsaker National Collegiate Swimmer-of-the-Week Honors. Also winning this week’s award were Maura Donahue (University of Indianapolis), Andrey Seryy (Wayne State University), Ksenia Golovkina (Denison University), and Quinn Bartlett (Denison University). The six recipients were selected by coaches and media relations personnel for their performances February 8- February 14.
Division IAlyssa Anderson
University of Arizona
Junior- Granite Bay, Calif.
Anderson was instrumental last weekend in Arizona’s 177-123 victory over Arizona State. Anderson led off the afternoon by winning the women’s 200 fly (1:57.59, NCAA “B” cut). She then claimed the 500 free (4:50.19, NCAA “B” cut) and the 200 IM (2:02.51).Adam Maczewski
University of Pittsburgh
Sophomore- Warsaw, Poland
Maczewski won one individual event and assisted two winning relays as the Pitt men beat Carnegie Mellon 223.5-75.5, Clarion 230-58 and Grove City 230.5-62.5. He finished first in the 100 back (47.99). He also swam the first leg of the 200 medley relay (1:32.06, 23.20- back split). Maczewski also swam the first leg of the 200-yard freestyle relay (1:22.21, 21.35- leadoff split).
Division IIMaura Donahue
University of Indianapolis
Sophomore- Milan, MI
At the GLIAC Championships, Donahue won three individual events and was a member of a winning relay for the Greyhounds. She won the 100 free (50.37, NCAA “A” cut) and the 200 free (1:49.52, NCAA “A” cut), both of which were new pool and meet records. Donahue also won the 1000 free (10:03.60, NCAA “A” cut). She also led the Greyhounds to relay victories in the 400 free relay (3:26.78, NCAA “A” cut) and the 800 free relay (7:33.42, NCAA “A” cut).Andrey Seryy
Wayne State University
Junior- Saint-Petersburg, Russia
At the GLIAC Championships, Seryy won three individual events and contributed to relay victories as well. He swam the 50 free (19.61), the 100 free (44.35), and the 200 free (1:39.01). He also contributed to the winning 400 free relay (3:02.11).
Division IIIKsenia Golovkina
Senior- Newton, MA
At the NCAC Championships, Golovkina totaled five conference titles and set new conference records in both breaststroke events. She swam the 50 free (23.83, NCAA “B” cut), the 100 breast (1:02.91, NCAA “A” cut), and the 200 breast (2:16.40, NCAA “A” cut). Quinn Bartlett
Sophomore- Berwyn, PA
At the NCAC championship meet, Bartlett had an outstanding performance. He won the 200 back (1:47.85, NCAA “A” cut), setting a new school and conference record. He also swam the 100 back (50.96), and the 200 IM (1:53.88).