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William & Mary's Hunter Perrot

CAA Swimming and Diving Honors – Feb. 5

Courtesy: CAA
          Release: 02/05/2013
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RICHMOND, Va. (Feb. 5, 2013) - The William & Mary duo of Hunter Perrot and Liz Glenn have been selected as the CAA men's and women's Swimmers of the Week. Drexel's David Sanchez was tabbed as CAA men's Diver of the Week, while James Madison's Kimberly Helfrich collected CAA women's Diver of the Week honors.

Perrot was undefeated in his final home meet at William & Mary, winning both of his individual events against Villanova and helping the Tribe to a 192-70 victory over the Wildcats. He won the 200 free with a time of 1:43.38, while posting a time of 21.45 to capture the 50 free. Perrot also anchored the 200 medley relay (1:39.91) to start the meet, and the 200 free relay (1:23.23) to close it, helping his team to victory in each event. The time in the 200 free relay topped the previous pool record, and was the eighth- fastest time in school history.

Glenn provided two individual victories and a pool record in the Tribe's dual meet against Villanova Saturday. She won the 100 back with a time of 57.56, and took the victory in the 200 back with a time of 2:00.3. Her time in the 200 back smashed the existing pool record by more than two seconds, and was the sixth-fastest performance ever at W&M, and the fastest-ever in a non-championship meet. Glenn also posted a split time of 27.73 in the 200 medley relay, helping her team to a third place finish (1:49.38).

Sanchez posted two victories to help Drexel post a 173-123 victory over Lehigh last weekend. He tallied 278.69 points to take top honors on the one-meter board, while taking the victory on the three-meter board with 291.38 points. This is Sanchez's second men's Diver of the Week award this season.

Helfrich collects her seventh Diver of the Week honor after sweeping both diving events at the Bucknell Invitational last weekend. She finished with 295.05 points and took top honors in the one-meter dive, while collecting 297.40 points to pick up the victory on the three-meter board.
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