MIAC Athletes-of-the-Week - Dec. 13, 2016

MIAC Athletes-of-the-Week - Dec. 13, 2016

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) recognized outstanding performances from the past week with the announcement of its Athlete-of-the-Week award winner in women's swimming and diving. St. Catherine University's Jenna Nagy claimed the conference's weekly honor for the week of Dec. 5-11, 2016.

The MIAC Athlete-of-the-Week awards are nominated and selected each week by the conference's sports information directors. Each week, team sports (basketball and hockey) Athletes-of-the-Week are recognized each Monday afternoon, with individual sports (swimming and diving) announced on Tuesday afternoon.

Nagy claimed her second MIAC Women's Swimming and Diving Athlete-of-the-Week award this season (she also won on Nov. 22) thanks to an outstanding performance in a dual meet against Saint Benedict. The Wildcats' senior and two-time MIAC Diver-of-the-Year won both boards in dominant fashion and qualified for the NCAA Diving Zone meet with her conference-leading scores. 

To view each sport's 2016-17 Athlete-of-the-Week home page, visit the MIAC's Awards page, or visit the 2016-17 Athlete-of-the-Week news archive for complete details on each week's selections and winners.

MIAC Athlete-of-the-Week awards are awarded each week during the regular season for each of the MIAC's 22 championship sports to recognize and honor outstanding performances and athletic excellence that contribute to the MIAC's core value of "Quality Athletics."

Women's Swimming &
  Diving Athlete-of-the-Week  

Jenna Nagy
St. Catherine University

Hutchinson, Minn.
St. Catherine senior diver Jenna Nagy turned in an outstanding performance in a dual meet against Saint
Benedict to win her second MIAC Athlete-of-the-Week award of the 2016-17 season. Nagy was dominant
on both the 1- and 3-meter boards, finishing first on both against the Blazers and qualifying for the NCAA
Diving Zone meet with her scores. She scored 264.80 on the 1-meter board to win by 48 points, and 289.05
on the 3-meter board with a 123-point gap between her and second place. Her scores are the best in the MIAC   
on both boards this season. 

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