The first female swimming coach to win an NCAA national championship, Colleen Murphy has been named the head coach of the…
Missouri State canceled its schedule senior night due to bad weather.
The women of Truman State are back after a disappointing 2015 season. Led by Women’s Swimmer of the Meet Evyn Spencer, they captured the GLVC team title. The men of Drury won their third-straight men’s conference title.
Swimmers from Truman State, Drury, and Missouri S&T took down GLVC records tonight.
Evyn Spencer won three individual events and one relay to power the Division II Truman State women past Division I Saint Louis. The SLU men topped Truman State handily in the men’s dual.
Jordan Wilimovsky of Northwestern posted the nation’s third fastest mile time at day three of the TYR Invitational. The Northwestern women and Michigan State men won the invitational.
The Lindenwood swimming and diving teams both split a tri-meet on Saturday at the St. Peters Rec-Plex. In a showdown between three Missouri programs, Lindenwood men and women both defeated Truman, but lost to Drury.
Luke Ryan, who hails out of Pennsylvania where he swam out of the Upper Maine Line YMCA, will be competing with Towson University next fall as a freshman.
The Drury women won all but one event and senior Agnieszka Ostrowska broke a national record in the first-ever Great Lakes Valley Conference championship meet.