MAC Women's Swimmer of the Week

Updated 11/10/2010
MAC Women's Swimmer of the Week
Megan Brunn, Miami
Senior, Mansfield, Ohio (Mansfield)
Touched first in every event she entered over the weekend against Eastern Michigan. Finished first in the 100-yard breaststroke (1:04.71) by over two second and 200-yard breaststroke (2:18.03) by more than three seconds. Also swam the breaststroke leg of the winning 200-yard medley relay. In her final event, swimming exhibition, turned in the fastest time in the 400-yard IM (4:27.76) three seconds faster than her closest competitor.

Other Nominees:
Alexis Kain, Bowling Green
Sophomore, Cincinnati, Ohio (Oak Hills)
Alexis Kain, a sophomore from Cincinnati, Ohio, swept the breaststroke events at Saturday's dual meet with Ohio University in Athens. In the 200 breaststroke, Kain set a personal record by finishing in 2:21.07. The record ranks seventh in BGSU history for the event, and Kain defeated her nearest opponent by nearly two seconds. She completed the 100 yard event in 1:04.97, just one second short of her personal record, and she defeated the closest Ohio competitor by 3.32 seconds. Kain also competed in both the 200 freestyle and 400 medley relays; her team placed second in each event.

Briana Emig, Eastern Michigan
Sophomore, Sewickley, Pa. (Ambridge)
Briana Emig continued to impress for the Eagles this season, taking first in three events at Miami this past Saturday, Nov. 6. Emig was the first to touch the wall in the 1,000 freestyle (10:17.14), and she also clinched the top spot in the 500 freestyle at 5:02.74. Her third first place finish of the afternoon came in the 400 individual medley after posting a time of 4:35.03.

Annie Donovan, Ohio
Junior, Findlay, Ohio (Findlay)
Annie Donovan posted wins in each of the four events she swam in in Ohio's dual-meet win over Bowling Green over the weekend. She opened her winning weekend by helping the Bobcats' 400 Medley Relay Team take first and posting the second-fastest time in the MAC this season at 3:51.78. As part of the relay, she swam a 51.72 freestyle leg split. Donovan followed that by taking first in the 50 Free at 23.90, the fourth fastest time in the conference thus far, and first in the 100 Free with a 52.25. Her 100 Free time currently ranks as the fourth-fastest mark in the conference. Donovan capped off her weekend by powering Ohio's 200 Free Relay team to a 1:35.03 mark, including a split time of 23.82 during her portion. Both the 400 Medley Relay and 200 Free Relay times, as well as both of her relay splits and her 100 Relay time were the fastest times in the conference for the week.