In the Missouri Valley Conference Championships this past April, the duo led the Bears to their fifth-straight title.
In all, 7 swimmers from last weekend’s conference meets swam under the invite times from this year.
Missouri State won their 5th-straight MVC Championship last night, doing so by the largest margin in school history.
Missouri State senior Liberty Howell made history on night 2, winning the 200 free with a 1:46.72 to take her 4th 200 free MVC title.
4-time defending MVC champions Missouri State have opened up a huge lead through the first day of this year’s conference championship.
Mizzou freshman Daniel Wilson became the 5th Tiger in program history to break 46 seconds in the 100 fly, posting 45.98.
Miller set pool records in winning both the 50 freestyle (22.85) and 100 freestyle (49.68) during her last home meet at Hammons Student Center.
Missouri State won their 4th-straight Missouri Valley Conference title tonight, finishing ahead of runner-up Southern Illinois by over 200 points.
Lucia Romero, who has been having an excellent meet for the Salukis, swam a 53.41 to win the 100 back as the only swimmer in the field to break 54 seconds.
Illinois State had their strongest showing in the 200 IM, where they had 4 swimmers in the A final.
Missouri State leads the MVC through the first day of competition, taking the 800 free relay, and finishing in a close 2nd in the 200 medley relay
In a two-day meet the UIndy women came out 2-0 with five broken records, beating Missouri State 187.5-179.5 and Indiana State 195-173.
Missouri State has been unanimously selected by the league coaches as the favorite to win the Missouri Valley Conference women’s swimming and diving title.
Entering as back-to-back Missouri Valley Conference champions, the Missouri State women’s swimming and diving team will look to take the crown yet again at the 2019 MVC Championship, hosted by the Bears at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia, Mo. from Feb. 20-23.
On a night when the 50 free was in contention, it was the 500 free that wound up with the smallest margin of victory for the eventual winner.