The Missouri State’s swimming and diving team will look to replicate its success from last year as the Bears compete in a double duel against Kansas and South Dakota Oct. 12-13 in Lawrence Kan.
Alexander put up a strong 1:47.53 to win the 200 IM, and finished first in the 100 back (48.24).
Missouri State came back from losing the team title by 1 point to EMU last year, to winning by nearly 50 points this year.
A MAC and/or pool record was broken in every swimming event of the 3rd day of competition.
The Missouri State 200 free relay team broke the MAC record in the 200 free relay, making it their 2nd relay record of the meet.
Bsih split a 22.93 on the Missouri State 200 medley relay team which shattered the MAC record and pool record.
Vini Lanza was the fastest 100 butterflier in D1 last weekend as the IU men made their presence known.
Notre Dame was responsible for breaking 7 of their own pool records en route to topping the field in the men’s and women’s scoring.
Two days after being recognized on the national stage by CollegeSwimming.com, junior All-American Artur Osvath was honored as the Mid-American Conference Swimmer of the Week, announced by the league Thursday.
Garnering the sixth weekly honor of his career, junior All-American Artur Osvath was named the Mid-American Conference Swimmer of the Week, announced by the league Thursday.
Hannah Stevens picked up two event wins as both the Mizzou men and women rolled to wins at the 12th annual Show-Me Showdown.
Eastern Michigan overcame a 77 point deficit to win the MAC Championship on the final day of racing.
Mason Miller and Itai De La Vega claimed MAC Records for Buffalo in day three action of the Mid-American Conference in Carbondale.
The Missouri State Bears got ahead in the first two events and held on to lead the 2017 MAC after day two.
Buffalo and Missouri State lead after day one at the Mid-American Conference, ten points ahead of Defending Champion Eastern Michigan.