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 11 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!
Cameron Craig, Arizona State
Against arch-rival Arizona, Craig proved to be the real MVP with three wins in the freestyle. The sophomore won all three of the 50, 100, and 200 races he swam.
Joseph Bentz, Georgia
Bentz was a true top competitor for the Bulldogs against in-state foe Emory. The UGA standout won two races, highlighted by a title in the 200 IM.
Will Cumberland, Notre Dame
In a dual meet with Ball State and Green Bay, Cumberland took part in three races. The freshman claimed two wins, taking the gold in both the 200 and 500 Free.
Christopher Cole, Southern Illinois
The Saluki swimmer took a couple of podium spots in a meet with Evansville. With two more first-place finishes, he has now finished on the podium each time he races since a slow start to begin his season.
Kevin Lydon, Providence
Lydon did not win his latest 100 Breast race, but that does not mean he did not have a good day in the pool. During his race, he clocked a 1:01.48 which sets a season and personal best.