The Southern Illinois women beat Missouri State for the first time in six years, led by a group of strong freshmen who secured some individual wins.
Miami Ohio University earned a slight lead on day 1 which kept growing through day 3 when the Redhawks won the title by a substantial lead of 245 points.
Miami really poured it on in the 100 fly, sweeping the podium as they had a whopping six men into the A-final.
A good number of defending champions are back again for this year’s meet, foreshadowing another great meet between Miami and Missouri State this week.
As the Mizzou women battled Arkansas, Sarah Thompson won the 100 free and 100 fly, events that were once dominated by recent Arkansas grad Anna Hopkin.
Missouri State heads into the final day of the 2020 MAC Championships with an 80 point lead over defending champions Miami (OH).
Missouri State opened up a significant lead over defending champions Miami (OH) on the 2nd day of competition.
Defending team champion Miami (OH) got the ball rolling, defending their title in the 200 medley relay, before Missouri State took the 800 free 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’s Michael Hampel won three events in the Bears’ landslide victory over South Dakota at the Kansas Double Dual en route to MAC honors.
Kansas won in convincing fashion, topping South Dakota 261-87 and Missouri State 244-101 inside Robinson Natatorium on Friday and Saturday.
Hampel posted a lifetime bests of 54.18 and 1:58.53 in the breaststroke events this season
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Michael Hampel of Owensboro, Kentucky has made a verbal commitment to swim for the University of Louisville beginning with the 2017-18 season.