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Jan. 17, 2006
MEN'S MAC SWIMMER OF THE WEEK
Dan Wohl Jr. Eastern Michigan
Sandusky, Ohio Perkins
Wohl won all four of the events he swam in last week, leading Eastern Michigan to non-conference victories over both IUPUI (144-94) and Oakland (139-104). In the Eagles' win over IUPUI, Wohl captured the 100-yard butterfly in 52:02, and was a leg on the first-place 200 Medley Relay squad. In the triumph over the Golden Grizzlies, he claimed first-place in the 200-yard Individual Medley in 1:53.69, and clocked a first-place time of 1:52.42 in the 200-yard butterfly. Wohl's time in the 200 IM improves upon his previous MAC-best mark in the event, set earlier this season.
Other Nominees-Men's Swimmer Of The Week
Luke Adams Jr. Buffalo
Quinnesec, Mich. Kingsford
Adams set a lifetime-best in Buffalo's 141-63 win at Canisius with a win in the 1,000-yard freestyle, turning in a 9:39.17 clocking. His time sliced eight seconds off his previous best mark in the event.
Kurtis Leer Sr. Ball State
Kendallville, Ind. East Noble
Leer posted a pair of individual first-place efforts as well as season-best times in the Cardinals' meet at UIC last Friday. He completed the 100 freestyle in 46.56 and the 200 freestyle in 1:42.93, with both times currently ranking third in the MAC ranks.
Paul Ricard Jr. Miami
Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green
Ricard was the lone Miami swimmer or diver to post multiple wins in the RedHawks' quadrangular meet against Cincinnati, Kenyon and Louisville as he swept the distance freestyle events, winning both the 500 free (4:36.94) and the 1,000 freestyle (9:30.70).
Donald Jupp Sr. Ohio
Stow, Ohio Stow
Jupp continued to dominate the sprinting events, winning the 50 freestyle with a time of 21.54 and the 100 free with a clocking of 47.34 against Denison.