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Wong, Williams Compete at NCAA Swim and Dive Championships

Taylor Williams

COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri swimming and diving’s Kamryn Wong and Taylor Williams wrapped up day three of the 2024 NCAA Championships in Athens, Ga. on Friday.

Williams opened the action with a 53rd place result in the 100 fly as the junior touched the wall in 53.10. Just a couple weeks ago at the Mizzou Qualifier, Williams clinched a time of 51.78, earning an NCAA B-cut time and rising up to fourth all-time on Mizzou’s leaderboard.

Wong continued her championship events in the 3M. The sophomore finished 27th in the 3M with a score of 272.55 Following a career day at Louisville (Jan. 5), Wong amassed a 356.78 mark in the event, Missouri’s highest score in the event since 2016. The sophomore currently sits third in the programs all-time top ten list.


Williams will wrap up the title meet at 9 a.m. CT Saturday in the 200 fly. The championships can be streamed live on ESPN+.


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