Counsilman Hunsaker Swimmer of the week - April 2nd

  • Allen Weik - Lebanon,PA

    Denison University

    The Men’s Division III Philip Hunsaker CollegeSwimming.com Swimmer of the Week is Denison senior Al Weik (Lebanon, PA). Weik became the first person in NCAA Division III history to win the 1,650 free four years in a row and nearly broke his own national record along the way (15:05.60). Weik also won the 500 free (4:24.31), and was 6th in the 400 IM (3:55.27). He also participated on the 2nd place 800 free relay. Congratulations on a great career for Allen Weik.
  • Anastasia Bogdanovski - Scotch Plains,NJ

    Johns Hopkins University

    The Women’s Division III Philip Hunsaker CollegeSwimming.com Swimmer of the Week is Johns Hopkins Junior Ana Bogdanovski (Scotch Plains, NJ). Ana won NCAA Division III titles in the 50 (22.80) free and 200 free (1:47.74), while finishing second in the 100 free (49.66). She was also a part of the winning 200 free relay, 400 medley relay, 800 free relay, and 400 free relays. She helped lead JHU to a program best 3rd place finish, collecting 7 All-American nods along the way giving her 17 for her 3 year career. Additionally Ana was also named the 2014 DIII Woman of the Year nominee for Swimming and Diving.
  • Ryan Murphy - Jacksonville,FL

    California-Berkeley, University of

    Congratulations to Cal Freshman Ryan Murphy (Jacksonville, FL), the Phillip Hunsaker CollegeSwimming.com Men’s Division I Swimmer of the week. Ryan won two events at the NCAA championships, the 100 back (44.63) and the 200 back (1:37.35), while finishing 8th in the 200 IM (1:43.91). Murphy was also a part of the NCAA Championship winning 200 free relay, 400 medley relay, 200 medley relay, and the second place 400 free relay.
  • Madeline Dirado - Santa Rosa,CA

    Stanford University

    Congratulations to Stanford Senior Maya DiRado (Santa Rosa, CA), the Phillip Hunsaker CollegeSwimming.com Women’s Division 1 Swimmer of the week. Maya was named Pac-12 Women’s Swimmer of the Year after earning her first individual NCAA titles in the 200 IM (1:52.50) and 400 IM (3:58.12), and a second place finish in the 200 fly (1:52.99). She was also on a pair of winning National Championship relays, and a third place relay. She finishes her career as a 21 time All-American and seven time Pac-12 champion.
  • Matthew Josa - Charlotte,NC

    Queens University of Charlotte

    Matthew Josa (Charlotte, NC), a freshman from Queens University of Charlotte, is the final Philip Hunsaker CollegeSwimming.com Men’s Division II Swimmer of the Week. Matthew was also named the Male Swimmer of the Meet for the Division II Nationals. Josa won all three of the individual events in which he was entered with an NCAA record time. He also set two more NCAA relay records. Josa won the 200 IM (1:43.96), the 200 backstroke (1:40.74), and the 100 fly (45.45). He also set an NCAA record leading off the 800 free relay (1:34.21), and the 400 free relay (42.75). He participated in the second place 400 free relay and 200 medley relay, and the winning 400 yard medley and 800 free relays.
  • Katharina Fischer - Heidelberg

    West Chester University

    Congratulations to West Chester University Sophomore Katharina Fischer (Heidelburg, Germany), for earning the final Philip Hunsaker CollegeSwimming.com Swimmer of the Week for Division II Women. Kitty was also named the NCAA Women’s Division II Swimmer of the Championship for her efforts. She broke a national record in the 200 IM (1:59.21), tied for first in the 200 free (1:48.48), and was second in both the 100 and 200 breaststroke (1:01.25/2:12.62). She also participated in the 12th place 200 medley relay, the 9th place 400 medley relay, and the 3rd place 800 free relay for the Golden Rams.
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