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 D3 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!
Jack Englehardt, Stevens Point
Englehardt came up big for the Pointers in the WIAC Championships, winning two titles in the freestyle discipline. The senior from Madison was also the unofficial fastest man in the pool with his 50 Free title in 19.77 seconds.
Victor Kontopanos, Randolph-Macon
Kontopanos was the standout Yellow Jacket during RMC's run at the Fast Chance Meet. The Richmond native won four of his five races, and all of them came in the freestyle or fly, ranging from 100 yards to 1650.
J-Calvin Brouwer, Grove City
Brouwer owned the pool when he swam at the PAC Championships, winning two titles and placing on the podium four times. His efforts helped lead GC to a second-place finish as a team.
Ike Eyman Casey, Loras
Casey was Loras' top swimmer at the Liberal Arts Championships, winning in three events and placing second in one more. His wins included the 50 Free, which made him the fastest man in the pool at a blazing 19.96 seconds.
William Rinne, Wheaton (IL)
At the CCIW Championships, Rinne nearly single-handedly kept his team in contention for the overall title with two titles of his own. In his two titles – the 200 Breast and 100 Fly, he set personal bests on the way to glory.