The Mizzou men’s and women’s teams swept the Mizzou Invite this weekend, setting more than 10 school records in the process.
Day One of the Mizzou Invite saw several school records fall as nearly twenty teams converged to compete in Columbia, Missouri.
Hannah Stevens picked up two event wins as both the Mizzou men and women rolled to wins at the 12th annual Show-Me Showdown.
Michael Chadwick will be the biggest loss for Mizzou this season.
Race Pace Club’s Michael Andrew, third this morning with 2:02.35, bowed out of the A final of the 200 IM to concentrate on the 50 free.
Missouri post–grad Katharine Ross won the women’s 100 breaststroke by almost 3 seconds.
Canyons Aquatic Club’s Amanda Kendall closed out the 2017 American Short Course Championships on a winning note, sweeping the sprint freestyles.
McKee and Missouri breaststroke standout Fabian Schwingenschloegl went head-to-head in the 200 breast, coming to the wall within 2 tenths of each other.
Michael Andrew lowered two Sectional Records in the Friday finals session of the 2016 Central Section Region VIII Championship at Mizzou.
Lauren Votava and Jordan Stout took their second 1-2 finish and helped Rockwood Swim Club break a Sectional Relay Record on day two at the 2016 Region VIII Championships at Mizzou.
Columbia Rockbridge and Hickman, who swim under one coach, claimed the top two team finishes at the MSHSAA boys final in St Peters.
The MSHSAA Championship preliminaries featured two State Records by Vianney’s Nick Alexander.
NCSA Junior National Champion Nick Alexander will remain in-state and swim for the Missouri Tigers.
In addition to downing several NAG records over the weekend, age-group swimmers came up with some pretty fast swims in both long- and short-course meets. Here are this week’s Daring Dozen.
Glendale High School’s Will Brand was the only dual event-winner at Missouri’s boys state high school swim meet, although he…