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.
Holding on to yesterday’s lead, the Missouri State swimming and diving team made out with three victories as both teams beat South Dakota and the women’s team downed Big-12 member Kansas, Saturday afternoon at Robinson Natatorium.
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.
Artur Osvath set a Hammons Student Center Record as Missouri State and Drury split at Hammons Student Center.
Lauren Votava and Jordan Stout took their second 1-2 finish and helped Rockwood Swim Club break a Sectional Relay Record on day two at the 2016 Region VIII Championships at Mizzou.
Eastern Michigan has taken their 33rd Mid-American Conference Championship in program history.
Eastern Michigan’s Andrew Henry and Buffalo’s Itai De La Vega took down MAC Records in the 200 freestyle and 100 breaststroke respectively on day three of the Mid-American Conference Championship.
NCAA Division II Drury won both meets yesterday against Division I Missouri State. The women won 117-114, and the men took an even closer victory 112-111.
The Missouri State Bears welcome four men and four women for 2014-15.