Brea Williams – 23 Sports

Mizzou’s men’s and women’s swim and dive competed against Missouri State at the Mizzou Aquatic Center Sunday.

There were six Mizzou Tigers that dominated at the meet, not only getting first in their event, but achieving new records as well. In the men’s 100 fly, freshman Daniel Wilson pushed to first with a personal-best 45.98. Wilson’s time moved him up to 20th nationally in 100m fly and third all-time at Mizzou. Another Freshman Charlie Bunn had a pair of best times during this meet, with a 20.03 in the 50 freestyle coming in third behind freshman Kevin Hammer and senior Grant Reed of Missouri. and 44.25 in the 100 freestyle coming in second behind Reed. Reed moved into seventh all-time at Mizzou with a personal best time of 43.33 in the men’s 100 freestyle.

In the women’s swim records, freshman Jane Smith swam her best in the 1650 freestyle, going 16:23.83, three seconds less from her old-time from the Southeastern Conference Championships. Which moved her third all-time at Mizzou in the event, 41st nationally. Another woman swimmer was sophomore Lili Horvath broke 2:00 for the first time in the 200 fly, going 1:59.73. Horvath is now 10th all-time at Mizzou in the event. Lastly, junior Kayla Jones reached a record time of 2:10.49 in the 200 breaststroke time trial, which made the seasons best and just off her career-best. The swim moved her into 43rd nationally in the event.

The Tigers pulled through this event after the men coming off the SEC Championships and the women coming out of an intense training week. The Tigers ended their season with some great records, while others just extended their Mizzou career records.

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