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!
Ben Lawless, Florida
Continuing his strong start to the season, Lawless claimed a win in the 1650-free. The Florida swimmer clocked a "B" cut time of 14:57.04 to end the race.
Liam O'Hainhirgin, Utah
A sophomore from California, O'Haimhirgin was the leading force for the Utes in an overall great weekend for the team. First came wins in the 800-medley relay, as well as the 200-free. To round out his weekend, the NCAA "B" cut qualifier won the 100-free as well.
Andreas Vazaios, NC State
Vazaios earned an NCAA "A" cut in his most recent 200-fly race, hitting the wall in 1:41.07. The time marks the best in the country thus far into the season.
Jordan Windle, Texas
A freshman, Windle captured the 3-meter diving title at the UT Invitational on his way to a top-five finish overall. A two-time performer for Team USA in the World Championships, Windle beat his next closest competitor by 90 points in the 3-meter.