COLCHESTER, Vt. - Saint Michael's College swimming & diving senior Nate Imbergamo (Madison, Conn./Daniel Hand) and first-years Will Settle (Mechanicsburg, Pa./Bishop McDevitt) and Margaret Wilk (Hardyston, N.J./Pope John XXIII Regional) were all named to the Northeast-10 Conference Weekly Honor Roll for the week ending on Sunday, Jan. 9.
Imbergamo won three events while posting another trio of runner-up finishes during a two-meet week. At Norwich University on Thursday, he won the 50-yard backstroke (26.68) and 100 back (58.62) while helping the 400-yard medley relay (3:53.51) to victory. Imbergamo was on the second-place 200-yard freestyle relay (1:32.70), which lost by 0.51 seconds. On Saturday against Bates College, he aided a pair of runner-up relays, during the 200 free (1:33.10) and 200 medley (1:42.44) races. Imbergamo was third in the 100 back (56.71), within 0.3 seconds of second place, and fourth in the 200 free (1:52.65).
Imbergamo claimed his third accolade of the season, having been a member of the NE10 Relay Team of the Week twice. He leads the squad in relay wins (9), is tied for first in total wins (17) and stands second in individual victories (8). Imbergamo is two relay wins shy of Connor Hopkins' '20 school record, set two seasons ago.
Settle won twice while posting a pair of runner-up showings last week. Settle was second in both one-meter diving events at Norwich, notching 142.57 and 234.59 points to finish 16.8 and 6.54, respectively, behind the winner in each event. Against Bates, he swept the one-meter dives with 141.25 and 177.17 points. A three-time NE10 Weekly Honor Roll selection, Settle is third on the team in wins (7), matching Tim Kinville '19 in 2018-19 for the most by a Purple Knight male diver since 2004-05.
Wilk won four events among seven top-three finishes in a pair of meets last week. At Norwich, she won the 200 free (2:10.07) and 200-yard individual medley (2:22.94) while swimming for the top 200 free (1:49.65) and 400 medley (4:37.87) relays. Against Bates, Wilk was third in the 100-yard butterfly (1:04.29), just 0.15 seconds shy of the runner-up, while helping the 200 free relay (1:50.55) and 200 medley relay (2:01.76) both take third. She finished fifth in the 100 free (1:09.99). Wilk, who has earned four league accolades this winter, leads her team in overall (18), solo (11) and relay (7) triumphs.
Both teams are 2-4 in dual action heading into their next scheduled meet, on Saturday at the State University of New York at Potsdam at 1 p.m.