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.
Standouts Artur Osvath and Libby Howell each collected three individual titles as the Missouri State swimming and diving team notched its second straight sweep in a two-day period at Southern Illinois Saturday morning.
The Missouri State swimming and diving team sported 12 different individual winners – six men and six women – in landslide victories at Evansville Friday night.
Max McHugh won the men’s 100 breast, hitting the NCAA A cut standard exactly, touching in 51.73.
Freshman breaststroker Max McHugh came within .4 of his best 100 breast time.
The Kansas women’s swimmers defeated South Dakota 252-98 and Missouri State 219-128 at the Tri-Duals Friday and Saturday.
Missouri State has been unanimously selected as the favorite to claim the Missouri Valley Conference women’s swimming and diving title in voting done by the league’s eight head coaches.
Eight student-athletes came away with individual victories in the Missouri State swimming and diving team’s win over the Drury Panthers, Friday night at Hammons Student Center.
The Missouri State swimming and diving team is set to host crosstown rival Drury in the Bears’ annual Homecoming meet on Friday, Oct. 27 at Hammons Student Center.
Pearson had an excellent home meet against Southern Illinois, bringing in two individual victories and one relay win.
After a promising opening weekend, the Missouri State swimming and diving team returns home to Hammons Student Center on Saturday, Oct. 7, to play host to conference foe Southern Illinois in a dual slated for 11 a.m.
In hopes of another record-setting season, the Missouri State swimming and diving team begins its 2017-18 campaign Friday, Sept. 29 at the Missouri Show-Me Showdown, hosted by the University of Missouri at Columbia, Mo.
The Missouri State Bears have won their 13th MVC Crown since 2003, in a meet that saw Conference Records fall in 11 out of 20 events.
Missouri Valley Conference Records in the 200 IM and 200 Free Relay were both rewritten during Thursday night finals in Iowa City.