Drury broke records in the men’s and women’s 1000, and the men’s and women’s 200 medley relays.
The ballots are in and the votes counted for the CSCAA – TYR Top 25 preseason poll.
The women of Truman State are back after a disappointing 2015 season. Led by Women’s Swimmer of the Meet Evyn Spencer, they captured the GLVC team title. The men of Drury won their third-straight men’s conference title.
Swimmers from Truman State, Drury, and Missouri S&T took down GLVC records tonight.
The Drury Panthers, winners of both NCAA Division II titles last season, will start the year on top of the polls.
The Lindenwood swimming and diving teams both split a tri-meet on Saturday at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. In a showdown between three Missouri programs, Lindenwood men and women both defeated Truman, but lost to Drury.
The final day of competition is underway at SPIRE — setting up for a good chase for the women’s title, and the men of Drury in grasp of theirs tonight.
Step back as we take a look at the upcoming 2014 NCAA Women’s Division II National Championships.
Take a look at our analysis of how we think the NCAA Division II Men’s Meet might go down.
The Drury women won all but one event and senior Agnieszka Ostrowska broke a national record in the first-ever Great Lakes Valley Conference championship meet.
The Drury Women are poised to repeat as NCAA Champions with many teams nipping on their heels.
Two top-tier Division II swimming and diving programs start their transition to Division I this year, leaving behind what should be a vastly different national championship meet at the DII level.
The Missouri Tigers complete the sweep of titles at this years Show-Me Showdown on Friday.