Missouri State Cancels Senior Night Due to Weather

Ryan Taylor
by Ryan Taylor 1

January 13th, 2017 College, News

Missouri State University has canceled senior night for its swim team, citing inclement weather. The meet against Truman State was scheduled for Saturday, January 14th. The press release on the Bears’ athletics website states that the meet will not be made up at a later date. The Bears’ next meet will be against rival Drury University on January 19th, while Truman State will face Missouri S & T on January 20th.

Seniors – Men

  • Preston Selby
  • Uldis Tazans

Seniors – Women

  • Anna Bump
  • Shawna Elsey
  • CeCe Etter
  • Briana Horozewski
  • Quincy Howell
  • Lauren Pavel
  • Nina Privitera
  • Alexis Skiniotes

Press Release

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Senior Day matchup between Missouri State and Truman State, originally scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 14, has been canceled due to impending weather conditions. The meet was set to begin at 2 p.m. at Hammons Student Center and, as a result of the weather, will not be made up.

The Bears will travel across town Thursday, Jan. 19, for a contest against cross-town rival Drury University. The squads crossed paths earlier in the season where the Missouri State women fell 131-100, while the men earned a 143-73 victory over the Panthers. The meet is scheduled to begin at approximately 6 p.m. at Breech Pool.

For more information on the Missouri State swimming and diving team, visit www.missouristatebears.com or Twitter (@MoStateSwim).

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Brad Barrett
5 years ago

Sorry for all you seniors. You should all have that day for your hard work so everyone can honor all the time and effort you all had to endure. Have a great weekend.

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Ryan Taylor is a native of Fairview, Pennsylvania. Over the course of his 14 year swimming career including club, YMCA, high school varsity and college varsity competition, Taylor has built a deep understanding of stroke technique and preparation for success. After his 4 years of swimming at Westminster College he …

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