The time has come to vote for who you believe deserves the honor of HERO of The Week for their performance in last week's swim and dive competitions at the D1 level for men.
Voting takes place in the poll below, and once you have done so, make sure you share with your friends to get your favorite candidate the most votes as possible. Voting will close at 10 a.m. PST on Friday.
If you have a nominee for future installments, make sure to tweet them out to @HEROSportsHOTW with the hashtag #HEROSwim. Without further ado, let's get to it!
Gustav Hokfelt, George Washington
Hokfelt was the Colonials' best swimmer at the A10 Championships over the last week, winning every race he swam that resulted in five titles. Of those five titles, he also set personal bests in the 100 and 200 Back.
Ben Cono, Loyola
Cono is now the 200 Breast champion at the 2018 Patriot League Championships and walked away with much more than just a gold medal around his neck. Cono had arguably his best swim of the year, setting a personal best in the 200 Breast as he claimed glory.
Logan Hotchkiss, UC Santa Barbara
Hotchkiss was a standout name at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships, winning two titles. His two top finishes came in the 500 Free and 1650 Free.
Kyrylo Shvets, Incarnate Word
Shvets was a two-race champion during the Coastal Collegiate Sports Association Championships. The junior won the titles for 200 and 500 Free and also finished as runner-up in the 100 and 1650 Free races.
Ethan Apisa, Old Dominion
Apisa also stood out at the CCSA Championships, claiming the 1650 Free title that the aforementioned Shvets finished second in. Apisa's time of 15:24.78 was a personal best by 2.4%.
Ted Miclau, Stanford
A standout diver for the Cardinal, Miclau finised with two podium spots in a meet with big-time rival Cal. Winning the 1m dive competition, Miclau also finished third in the 3m.
Benjamin Schulte, Bryant
Schulte went to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Championships with glory on his mind and went home with three medals. In his three races, he improved his standing by one spot each time before winning the 100 Breast title.