Arkansas swimming and diving head coach Neil Harper announced the signing of 10 additions to the program for the 2018-19 season.
British sprinter Anna Hopkin, who won the 50m free at this year’s British Swimming Championships, has verbally committed to swim at the University of Arkansas in the fall.
Andrea Sansores of Cancun, Mexico has announced her verbal commitment to swim for the University of Arkansas next fall.
Kobie Melton from Alabama’s Athens High School and Huntsville Swim Association has verbally committed to the University of Arkansas for 2018-19.
Lexi Ljunggren, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from East Grand Forks, Minnesota, has verbally committed to swim for the University of Arkansas next fall.
Rachel Rodriguez of San Antonio, Texas has verbally committed to the University of Arkansas for 2018-19.
Molly Moore of New Covenant Academy/The Summit Preparatory Co-op Warriors and Springfield Aquatics has announced her verbal commitment to Arkansas.
Two MSHSAA Records were rewritten and Lafayette prevailed at the 2017 MSHSAA Championship where the team battle came down to the last relay.
Missouri High School Records in the 200 Medley Relay and the 50 Freestyle were broken at the 2017 MSHSAA Prelim in St Peters.
Missouri high school coaches received the initial psych sheets for the 2017 MSHSAA Girls Swimming & Diving Championship, where Columbia Rockbridge hopes to win their third title in a row.
The Marquette Mustangs took first overall at the premier mid-season meet for Missouri High School girls, Mizzou’s COMO Invitational.
The COMO Invitational, one of the largest and most competitive meets for Missouri high schools, begins Saturday morning at Mizzou Aquatic Center.
The KMSC Pro-Am Classic 50 free shoot-out was contested during Saturday’s finals, with the women’s title going to Megan Keil from Wichita Aqua Shocks and the men’s crown going to pro athlete Mindaugas Sadauskas.