Missouri State won all 4 swimming events on Tuesday, but Miami’s divers kept them in the lead after 2 days at the 2019 MAC Championships.
The Miami University Redhawks lead the men’s 2019 Middle-American Conference Champions after the conclusion of night one, over the course of which they set three new school records and an overall conference record.
The Drury women’s swimming & diving team won 10 of 11 swimming events in Thursday’s ‘Duel in the Pool’ to pick up a 136-105 win over Missouri State, while the men fell to the Bears 169-65.
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.
The Kansas women’s swimmers defeated South Dakota 252-98 and Missouri State 219-128 at the Tri-Duals Friday and Saturday.
The Missouri State 200 free relay team broke the MAC record in the 200 free relay, making it their 2nd relay record of the meet.
Bsih split a 22.93 on the Missouri State 200 medley relay team which shattered the MAC record and pool record.
Artur Osvath set a Hammons Student Center Record as Missouri State and Drury split at Hammons Student Center.
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.
Freestyle specialist Samuel Senn will stay in his home town, as he has given his verbal commitment to swim for the Missouri State Bears.