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Mizzou Invite on Tap for Swim and Dive

20231016 S&D Practice

Columbia, Mo. – The University of Missouri swimming and diving program hosts the annual Mizzou Invite this week, Nov. 17-19, as nine schools from coast-to-coast are set to make the trip to Columbia. BYU, FIU, Kansas, Lindenwood, Missouri S&T, San Jose State and TCU are among those commencing on the Mizzou Aquatic Center, with Nebraska and Wyoming competing in the diving events exclusively.

The three-day invitational kicks off with the first session Wednesday morning at 9:30 a.m., with the second session starting at 5:30 p.m. The schedule will remain the same for Thursday and Friday’s action. Each day will feature a combined 14 swim events and two dive events between both sessions. All live results can be found via the Meet Mobile app.

At last year’s Tiger Invite, Missouri swept the meet with both the men’s and women’s teams winning a combined 33 events and each taking the victory in their respective divisions.


  • The Mizzou Aquatic Center hosts the Mizzou Invite for the 16th consecutive year.
  • All but four MU swimmers and divers will be taking part in the week’s festivities.


  • The Tigers found their way onto the podium in all 32 events at the St. Peters Rec-Plex, while winning 20 events and taking up 57 percent of all podium positions
  • 33 of the 41 swimmers who made the trip to The Lou made it onto the podium.
  • Mizzou left the building with some new bling, snatching 20 gold, 23 silver and 12 bronze medals.
  • The Missouri women swept the podium in the 200 free, 200 fly, 50 free, 100 free and 500 free, while the men swept the podium in the 100 back.
  • MU won three of the four diving events on the day, as Kamryn Wong swept the women’s one-meter and three-meter, as Collier Dyer win the one-meter
  • Jane Smith paced the women’s 100 free with a time of 10:00.21 and took the women’s 500 free with a time of 4:52.63.
  • Taylor Williams took care of business in the sprints, taking the victory in the women’s 50 free and women’s 100 fly with times of 22.8 and 53.46, respectively.
  • Milolaj Malec took gold in the men’s 1000 free with a 9:18.86 standing, accompanied by the men’s 200 back title, with a time of 1:45.25.


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This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics