Men's Swimmer of the Week: Trey Freeman, Florida
Florida's Trey Freeman, a freshman from Salt Lake City, Utah, won two individual events in Florida's 180-108 win over No. 9 Tennessee. Freeman recorded an NCAA B-cut time of 4:21.54 in the 500 free. He also placed first in the 1000 free with a time of 8:59.42, the ninth fastest time in the nation.
Men's Diver of the Week: Seb Masterton, Kentucky
Kentucky's Seb Masterton, a senior from Reading, England, placed first on the 1-meter springboard with a season-high score of 354.38 in UK's win at Cincinnati. Masterton's score was the eighth best score in the event in school history.
Men's Freshman of the Week: Kacper Stokowski, Florida
Florida's Kacper Stokowski, a freshman from Warsaw, Poland, won two individual events and was a part of a first-place relay in the win over No. 9 Tennessee. Stokowski posted an NCAA B-cut time of 46.40 in the 100 back and took first in the 100 fly with a time of 47.93. He also swam the first leg of the 200 medley relay, which took with the gold with a time of 1:26.41.
Women's Swimmer of the Week: Geena Freriks, Kentucky
Kentucky's Geena Freriks, a senior from Norwalk, Ohio, recorded the fastest time in the nation this season in the 1000 free (9:30.78) to help lead UK to a 157-100 win at Cincinnati. Her time in the 1000 free broke a 20-year school record and is now 19th all-time best in the world. Freriks also earned her first win in the 50 free this season (23.22).
Women's Diver of the Week: Brooke Schultz, Arkansas
Arkansas' Brooke Schultz, a sophomore from Fayetteville, Ark., took first place in the 1-meter springboard with a final score of 353.55 in the 172-128 win over Kansas. Schultz was runner-up in the 3-meter springboard with a final score of 398.25.
Women's Freshman of the Week: Vanessa Pearl, Florida
Florida's Vanessa Pearl, a freshman from McKinney, Texas, tallied two individual wins and was a part of a winning relay in Florida's 173-127 win over No. 13 Tennessee. Pearl posted NCAA B-cut times in the 100 breaststroke (59.94) and 200 breaststroke (2:11.62). She swam the second leg of the first-place 200 medley relay (1:37.52/27.37), and took second in the 200 IM (2:00.19).