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Swim and Dive Faces Purdue in Final Duel Meet

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Swim and Dive Faces Purdue in Final Duel Meet

Columbia, Mo. – The University of Missouri swimming and diving program hits the road for its final duel meet of the season, this time to West Lafayette, Ind. to face Purdue on Saturday, Jan. 13. The first gun goes off at 11 a.m. inside the Morgan J. Burke Aquatics Center, and live results will be featured on the Meet Mobile app.

The two programs have met twice on previous occasions, each resulting in wins for the Tigers. MU hosted Purdue last season, defeating the Boilermakers 233-115 (M), 206.5-139.5 (W).

In total, 46 Tigers are making the trip to Indiana, with Tommaso Zannella set to make his season debut.


  • In duel settings, Mizzou is 2-0 all-time against Purdue.
  • The Tigers are visiting the Boilermakers for the first time since Nov. 5, 2021.
  • With a win, Missouri would clinch a .500 or better duel record for a fifth-straight year.


  • Louisville bested Mizzou 205-89 (M) and 203-96 (W).
  • Kamryn Wong had a career day by breaking two personal records. Her 356.78 in the three-meter dive ranks third in program history, while her one-meter score of 304.43 sits ninth in Mizzou’s record books.
  • The Tigers swept the 200 fly events, with Taylor Williams, Emily Roden and Jan Zubik each taking home D-1 B Standard times.
  • Collier Dyer claimed the men’s one-meter crown with a 356.18.
  • Lina Bank and Zara Zallen also posted D-1 B Standard times while in Louisville. Bank had a 1:01.37 standing in the 100 breast, while Zallen touched the wall in 49.23 in the 100 free.
  • MU put up consistent results in the four relay events, with the top team representing the black-and-gold finishing second in each race.


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