Verizon WAC Swimmer and Diver of the Week Announced
Sheehan, a freshman from Waukesha, Wis.( Waukesha South HS), delivered a dynamic performance, winning the 1650-yard freestyle and 500-yard freestyle, and finishing a close third in the 200-yard freestyle, as the 'Dogs went 1-1 in a double-dual meet at Pacific. Sheehan swam the 200 immediately after winning the 1650 and placed third, coming in only a second behind the first-place finisher. Her times in the 1650 and 500 were the fastest times recorded in the WAC this season. She beat her closest competition by 33 seconds in the 1650 and was 23 seconds faster than any WAC competitor this season.
Ardavanis, a junior from Gilbert, Ariz. (Mesquite HS), won both the 1-meter and 3-meter diving competitions in the Lumberjacks dual victory over Idaho. She scored 300.60 on 1-meter, a Wall Aquatic Center pool record, winning by more than 45 points over the second place finisher. On the 3-meter, she scored 291.53 to win by almost 27 points. The scores surpassed the NCAA Zone standards for both 1-meter and 3-meter in her first meet of the season.
Other swimmers nominated: Idaho freshman Rachel Millet ... Northern Arizona sophomore Emma Lowther.
Other divers nominated: Fresno State junior Stacey Luke ... Idaho junior Paige Hunt.