Nov. 9, 2004
The Mid-American Conference announced it's Men's Swimmer of the Week today. The award went to Miami junior Scott Robson (Glen Ellyn, Ill./Glenbard South). Against Buffalo on Saturday, Robson contributed to a 147-82 win by winning the 1000 Free in 9:50.50, 11.19 seconds ahead of teammate David Hine. Robson also earned a silver at the meet in the 100 free as his 48.58 finish was just .18 seconds behind teammate Kestutis Aukstuolis. 15 different Miamians were winners against Buffalo between the individual and relay events. Against Ohio State on Friday, Robson was Miami's only event winner, taking both the 200 Fly in 1:53.64, 2.34 seconds ahead of teammate Michael Donohoe, and the 500 Free, 4.21 seconds ahead of Ohio State's Jason Adler. Miami lost the meet, 139-97.
Donald Jupp, Junior, Ohio
Jupp finished first in the 50 freestyle with a conference-best time of 21.57 and took second in the 100 freestyle with a 46.18 finish against defending MAC champion Eastern Michigan. Jupp also had a team-best 20.95 split in helping the Bobcats win the 200 freestyle relay.
Dan Wohl, Freshman, Eastern Michigan
Wohl took first-place in both the 200 Yard Freestyle (Time of 1:42.44 in finals) and the 200 Yard Butterfly (1:55.50 in finals) in EMU's win over Ohio on Nov. 5. Individually, Wohl accounted for 18 of EMU's 168 team points in the victory.