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Feb. 7, 2006
MAC WOMEN'S SWIMMER OF THE WEEK
Leah Woodard So. Toledo
San Antonio, Texas Churchill
Woodard captured two individual events, and was on the winning end of two relays in Toledo's 195-101 win over visiting Akron on Saturday. In the first-place 200-yard freestyle relay, Woodard helped the squad set a new pool record with a time of 1:35.09, which is the best mark in the MAC this season. Along with helping the Rockets to a win in the 200 Medley Relay (1:47.77), Woodard also finished first in the 50-yard freestyle (24.09 seconds), and clocked a winning time of 51.90 in the 100 freestyle.
Erika Paul Fr. Ball State
McCordsville, Ind. Hamilton Southeastern
Paul was Ball State's women's top performer last week, earning a pair of individual first-place efforts and teaming up to post a pair of top times in relay events. In the meet vs. IUPUI, Paul was a member of the first-place 200 medley relay (1:49.41) and the 200 freestyle relay that posted the meets fastest time (in exhibition) of 1:39.63. Individually, Paul won the 100 backstroke (1:01.26) vs. IUPUI and captured first place in the 100 butterfly (58.97) at Ohio.
Caroline Keating Jr. Bowling Green
Cincinnati, Ohio St. Ursula
Keating's 5:03.69 time in the 500-yard freestyle earned Bowling Green their third individual first-place finish against Miami Saturday. Keating also finished second in the 1,000 freestyle.
Catherine Lee Ha Fr. Eastern Michigan
Toronto, Ontario Silvethron Collegiate
Lee Ha placed first in all three events she swam in Eastern Michigan's 125-103 season-ending win over Buffalo. Lee Ha won the 50-yard freestyle in 24.58 seconds, and was victorious in the 100 freestyle with a 52.67 clocking. She also was a leg on the winning 200-yard Medley Relay team.
Katie Unger Sr. Miami
Hartland, Wis. Arrowhead
Unger helped Miami win its 39th consecutive MAC dual meet and a perfect regular season conference record, posting three individual first-place tallies in a 185-115 win over Bowling Green. She won the 100-yard breaststroke in 1:07.25, finished first in the 200 breast in 2:27.48, and captured the 200 IM with a time of 2:09.37. Unger's performance marked the first time this season that a Miami swimmer has collected three individual first-place finishes in a dual meet.
Ashley Marion Fr. Ohio
London, Ontario Banting
Marion went 4-for-4 in leading Ohio to a 176-124 dual meet win over Ball State. She won the 100-yard freestyle in a time of 53.29 seconds, captured the 200 freestyle in 1:54.45, and clocked in a first-place time of 2:08.27 in the 200 yard Individual Medley. Marion also anchored the victorious 200-yard medley relay squad.