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Courtney Schultz, UC Davis (Photo by Mark Honbo)
Courtney Schultz, UC Davis (Photo by Mark Honbo)
Feb. 6, 2018

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COURTNEY SCHULTZ OF UC DAVIS MPSF/TYR FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

UC Davis senior Courtney Schultz (Cupertino, CA) won the 100 Free (52.05), 200 Free (1:52.14), led off the winning 400 Free relay (52.68), and had the fastest 50 free split (23.45) of the meet anchoring the 200 medley relay in the Aggies' regular season finale win over Pacific (Feb. 3). This is the first career MPSF weekly honor for Schultz. Others Nominated: Makenzie Kamei (CP)...

ZACK ALLEN OF CAL POLY MPSF/TYR MALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Cal Poly junior Zack Allen (Danville, CA) won both the 200 free (1:42.58) and 100 fly (49.97) in the Mustangs' dual meet win over UC Santa Cruz to close the regular season last Saturday (Feb. 3). This is the first career MPSF weekly honor for Allen.

REGULAR SEASON COMPLETE, EIGHTH ANNUAL MPSF CHAMPIONSHIP NEXT

UC DAVIS defeated Pacific in a home dual in the regular season finale (Feb. 3), 188-112. Courtney Schultz won the 100 free (52.05), 200 free (1:52.14), led off the winning 400 free relay (52.68), and had the fastest 50 free split (23.45) of the meet anchoring the 200 medley relay. Solie Laughlin was a double winner in the 100 back (57.26) and 200 back (2.04.67). Inessa Toropov won the three-meter board with a top-five MPSF season mark (272.20). The Aggies have won four of the first seven MPSF Championship meets.

PACIFIC Brigid McNally finished first in both the 1000 Free (10:24.89) and 500 Free (5:03.35) at UC Davis. Kenna Ramey won the 50 free (21.49) and swam a leg for the winning 200 medley relay (1.43.70). Elina Rosario added a win in the 100 breast (1.03.85).

CAL POLY swept past UC Santa Cruz in the regular season finale (Feb. 3), with the women on top 171-108, and the men winning 172-110. The Mustangs especially shined on the diving boards. Makenzie Kamei recorded a pair of NCAA Zone-Qualifying scores, winning on both one-meter (268.20) and three-meter (295.50, No. 3 in MPSF). Riley Saufley broke the men's school record on one-meter (272.70), also a zone qualifier. Zach Allen won both the men's 200 free (1:42.58) and 100 fly (49.97).

BYU divers competed in the Wyoming Invitational to wrap the regular season (Feb. 3). Elizabeth Holmes placed third on all three boards, while Matt Denkers earned an NCAA Zone score on platform (300.70; MPSF No. 3) and took third in the three-meter finals (328.05). Holmes had a season-high platform (200.25). The BYU men have won four of the first seven MPSF Championship meets.