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!
Samuel Solomon, MIT
Sweeping the board events in a dual meet last weekend, Solomon posted regional-best marks on his way to two victories. In the 1-meter, the sophomore posted a score of 347.10 and 308.55 in the 3-meter.
Max Cardwell, WashU
Cardwell charged his way to three top finishes over the weekend for the Bears. Claiming individual wins in the 200-free and 100-free, the junior also anchored the 200-free relay team to a victory.
Gabe Bamforth, Carnegie Mellon
A junior from Massachusetts, Bamforth took first place in the one-meter event during the CMU Invitational last weekend. With his score of 473.55, he set marks to qualify for regional competition later this season. The CMU star also claimed a win in the 3-meter.
Chasse Sodemann, Coast Guard
In a losing effort for his team, Sodemann took the 100-breast title in record fashion. Facing off with Tufts at their pool, the junior set the pool record with a time 58.13.