Sherrier helped lead the Cougars to a second-place finish at the Wingate Fall Frenzy this past weekend, swimming a career-best 4:40.20 in the 500 free, a season-best 1:41.56 in the 200 free and a season-best 46.80 in the 100 freestyle. He also competed in four of College of Charleston's relays. He swam a 20.88 split in the 200 free relay, a 45.77 free leg during the 400 medley relay, a 20.41 free leg on the 200 medley relay and 46.26 on the anchor leg of the 400 free relay.
Gibbons, the school's most decorated male diver, competed in both the one-meter and three-meter diving events at the Wingate Fall Frenzy, winning both events. He scored 271.45 on the three-meter board and 260.15 on the one-meter board.
This award is Gibbons' second honor this season and marks the 12th time that Gibbons has won a CCSA weekly honor in his four-year career. It is also the third time this season that the Cougars have won a CCSA Male Diver of the Week award.
College of Charleston will return to the pool in January when Campbell and the Savannah College of Art & Design come to the Stern Center pool.