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Swim and Dive’s Success Continues on Second Day of Mizzou Invite

2023 Mizzou Invite Day Two Team Pic

Columbia, Mo. – University of Missouri Swim and Dive displayed continued success during Thursday’s edition of the 2023 Mizzou Invite. With the final day looming, the Tigers lead on the women’s side posting 729 points so far, with TCU sitting second at 575. On the men’s side, the Horned Frogs own a slight edge over MU, garnering 697.50 points to Missouri’s 648.

The Tigers added three event wins to their resume, claiming individual titles in the women’s and men’s 200 free. Francesca Smith paced the field in the event, posting 1:47.43 while Macy Rink slotted in bronze position with a 1:48.69. For the men, Calvin Windle’s 1:34.30 hit the record books, standing as the 10th quickest time in the nation and fifth fastest time in school history.

The third event win came at the hands of the women’s 200 medley relay side who posted 7:14.52, ranking fifth nationwide so far this season.

Although not winning their events, all other relay teams displayed top 10 times nationally. The men’s 800 free relay’s time of 6:34.05 ranks eighth, the women’s 200 medley relay’s standing of 1:37.27 sits seventh, and all three men’s 200 medley relay squads rank in the top 25, highlighted by the A-team’s time of 1:24.75 which currently ranks 4th.

Alongside the men’s 200 medley relay teams is the 100 breast tandem featuring Ty Spillane, Will Goodwin and Logan Ottke who all had impressive days. Spillane’s 52.83 ranks ninth nationally, a hair faster than Goodwin’s 52.85 which ranks 10th, and Ottke’s 53.02 isn’t far behind, slotting him in 14th position nationwide.


  • Collier Dyer came in second in the men’s 3-meter, posting a 335.95 which sits 24th nationally.
  • In the men’s 100 back, Bochenski swam a prelims time of 45.60, good for fifth in the country. In the finals, two Tigers found their way onto the podium, with Bochenski claiming silver while Jan Zubik took home the bronze.
  • John Watson’s time of 3:49.95 in the men’s 400 IM was the second fastest time today, putting him 19th nationally.
  • Karolina Bank came home third in the women’s 100 breast, slotting in at 1:01.07.


The final day of the Mizzou Invite is set for tomorrow with the slate staying the same as the first two days. Prelims begin at 9:30 a.m. from inside the Mizzou Aquatic Center, with finals following at 5:30 p.m. All results can be found via the Meet Mobile App.


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