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.
The Missouri State Bears got ahead in the first two events and held on to lead the 2017 MAC after day two.
Several swims that earned deep rankings within the NCAA for the 2016-17 season highlighted the tri-meet between Purdue, Missouri State and Iowa in Iowa City.
Mizzou’s Michael Chadwick was a double winner for the Tigers on the way to Men’s and Women’s titles at the 2016 Show-Me Showdown.
17-year old Michael Andrew doubled up on the final night of the Columbia Sectionals to win both the 200 IM and 50 free at the University of Missouri.
Eastern Michigan has taken their 33rd Mid-American Conference Championship in program history.
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.
Missouri State’s Uvis Kalnins doubled up in Texas, winning both the 200 IM and 100 free for the Bears.
Emily Fogle’s 200 Breast highlighted a strong final session at the Purdue Invitational.
The Boilermakers have taken control of their home invitational after day one scoring.
Missouri State hosted cross-town rival Drury at Hammons Pool, winning both the men’s and women’s meets.
Minki Kang fought off SIU’s Michael Wolfe for a close win in the 1000 free as Missouri State hosted Southern Illinois at Hammons Student Center on October 10th.
Missouri State head swimming and diving coach Dave Collins announced the signing of ten student-athletes to National Letters of Intent…
Distance freestyler Minki Kang of Arkansas Dolphin Laser Swim Team is the latest to give his verbal commitment to the Missouri State Bears.