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Swim and Dive Cruises in Latest Double Dual

S&D Team Photo vs. Auburn/Indiana (10/25/23)

Columbia, Mo. – University of Missouri Swim and Dive found its way onto the podium in all 32 events as it cruised past Lindenwood and Southern Illinois in a double-dual Friday, Nov. 3. The women’s squad defeated the host Lions 213-83 and fellow visitor’s SIU 188-108. On the men’s side, Mizzou outscored LU 176-119 and bested the Salukis 171.5-117.5 inside the St. Peters Rec-Plex.

The Tigers lit up the stat sheet, winning 20 events and taking up 57 percent off all podium positions. The Missouri women swept the podium in the 200 free, 200 fly, 50 free, 100 free and the 500 free, while the men accomplished the same in the 100 back.

To start the day, Mizzou won three of the four diving events, as Kamryn Wong swept the women’s one-meter and three-meter while Collier Dyer won the one-meter, being bested in the three-meter by just 0.35 points.

The swimmers entered the pool a couple hours later, seeing similar success. Both 200 medley relay teams kicked things off by pacing their respective events, and 14 individual victories ensued.

Jane Smith, Taylor Williams and Mikolaj Malec each earned multiple gold medals. Smith paced the women’s 1000 free with a time of 10:00.21 and later hammered home a 4:52.63 in the women’s 500 free. Williams took care of business in the sprints, claiming first prize in the women’s 50 free and the women’s 100 fly with times of 22.88 and 53.46, respectively. Malec won the men’s 1000 free with a 9:18.86 standing and the men’s 200 back by finishing in 1:45.25.

Grant Bochenski, Peyton Drexler, Piper McNeil, Logan Ottke, Emily Roden, Daniel Wilson, Zara Zallen and Jan Zubik also earned individual victories throughout the competition.


  • Along with their 20 wins, the Tigers earned 23 silver and 12 bronze medals.
  • Including the relay events, 33 different Mizzou swimmers and divers finished on the podium.
  • Kamryn Wong’s 252.30 in the one-meter and 296.65 in the three-meter were each 30+ points clear of the competition.
  • On the women’s side, Francesca Smith, Taylor Williams and Zara Zallen each finished four podiums.
  • For the men, Daniel Wilson accomplished the same feat.


Missouri returns to the pool on Nov. 15 for the Mizzou Invitational. The first session of the three day event begins at 9:30 a.m. as live results can be found via the Meet Mobile app.


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