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Zubik, Goodwin Headline Final Day of NCAA Swim and Dive Championships

Will Goodwin

COLUMBIA, Mo. – University of Missouri swim and dive wrapped the final day of the NCAA Championships on Saturday.

Sophomore Jan Zubik claimed 20th in the 200 fly with a time of 1:41.83.

Graduate Will Goodwin took 22nd in the 200 breast coming in at 1:54.07.

Junior Grant Bochenski places 32nd in the 100 free as he touched the wall in 42.23.

In platform diving, Tommaso Zannella notched 24th with a score of 319.95 while sophomore Collier Dyer finished 45th with a total of 210.85.

up day three of competition at the NCAA Championships on Friday.

Junior Grant Bochenski and sophomore Collier Dyer headlined the day three performances with a pair of 17th place results in the 100 back and the three meter, respectively.

Bochenski touched the wall 45.23 while Dyer posted a score of 356.55.

Sophomore Jan Zubik claimed 41st in the 100 fly (46.64) while graduate Will Goodwin finished 34th in the 100 breast (52.78).

The Tigers’ 400 free relay team finished 22nd with a time of 2:51.78.


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