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Four Tigers Reach Finals in Day 4 of SEC Championships

Calvin Spalsh

AUBURN, Ala. – The University of Missouri swimming and diving program concluded day four of the SEC Swim & Dive Championships on Thursday, Feb. 21, as four swimmers saw action in the event finals after racing well enough in the morning prelims to advance. 

The Tigers night began with the women’s 100M fly finals when sophomore Paige Striley captured 14th place with a time of 53.22 after a career best finish in the prelims (52.68). Junior Taylor Williams followed right behind the recorded time of 53.34 to grab the 15th. Additionally, freshman Emily Roden was able to secure herself a spot in the NCAA B cut after finishing 19th and touching the wall in 52.74. 

Mizzou’s night didn’t stop there as sophomore Jan Zubik followed shortly after and raced a personal best 45.89 in the 100M fly to notch 10th place. This comes off the heels of another 10th place finish in the prelims (46.10). 

MU wrapped up the night after Junior Calvin Windle was able to secure a 17th place finish as he touched the wall in 1:34.47 after placing 21st in the prelims in the session prior (1:35.20). 


Mizzou Swim and Dive is set to resume action on day five of the SEC Championships on Friday, Feb. 23. Prelims for the 200 fly, 100 back and 100 breaststroke begin at 9:30 a.m. and will be streamed live on SEC Network+. 


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