Six members of the Mizzou swimming and diving teams earned spots on the 2014 Winter SEC Honor Roll
Head Diving Coach Jamie Sweeney was named the Co-Men's Diving Coach of the Year
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Bonuchi earned his ninth career All-America honor
Mizzou qualifies five swimmers and two divers, in addition to four who will swim only relays
- 10-time first team All-American (most in program history)
- SEC Male Diver of the Year (2013)
- Commissioner's Trophy (2013)
- All-SEC first team (2013)
- All-SEC second team (2014)
- Three-time conference champion
- Four-time conference diver of the week
- Concluded his collegiate career as the most decorated Tiger in program history, earning 10 All-America first team honors in 12 chances
- Closed out his career with two first team All-America honors as a senior
- Posted finishes of fourth on both 1-meter and platform at the 2014 NCAA Championships
- Qualified for his fourth NCAA Championships appearance with a second-place finish on 3-meter at the NCAA Zone D Diving Championships ... Named to the All-SEC second team
- Posted finishes of third (3-meter), fourth (platform) and fifth (1-meter) and the 2014 SEC Championships ... Twice named the SEC Male Diver of the Week
- Had season best scores of 405.95 on 1-meter, 433.65 on 3-meter and 444.15 on platform
- Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll.
- Earned three All-America first team honors in 2012-13 to make him an eight-time All-American
- Named the SEC Male Diver of the Year
- At the NCAA Championships earned finishes of third (1-meter), seventh (platform) and eighth (3-meter)
- Won both the 1-meter and 3-meter at the NCAA Zone D Championships to claim his third NCAA Championships berth
- Swept the springboard events at the SEC Championships with wins on the 1-meter and 3-meter
- His 1-meter win marked Mizzou's first-ever SEC title
- Also placed second on the platform at SECs
- Won the Commissioner's Trophy at the SEC Championships as the top men's point producer (91.5)
- Claimed top honors on the 1-meter against Missouri State, Kentucky/SIU, Georgia, Alabama and at the Mizzou Invite and the Tennessee Diving Invite
- Won the 3-meter against Missouri State, Georgia, Kentucky/SIU and Drury
- Posted season best scores of 416.15 on the 1-meter, 441.95 on the 3-meter and 424.90 on the platform
- Named the SEC Diver of the Week twice during the season
- Named to the Winter SEC Academic Honor Roll
- Made the USA Diving World Championships Team following the season.
- Completed the most successful season for a Mizzou diver in program history with three All-America honors at the NCAA Championships
- Was the national runner-up in the platform with 456.00 points
- Also finished fourth on the 3-meter (434.50) and sixth on the 1-meter (376.35) at the National Championships
- Claimed the first Big 12 diving title in Mizzou men's history as he took first-place honors in the 3-meter (443.55) at the Big 12 Championships
- He also finished second in both the 1-meter and platform events at the Big 12 Championships
- Earned eight first-place finishes throughout the season
- Following the season, finished fourth on the platform at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
- Earned two All-America honors at the 2011 NCAA Championships
- Placed fourth on the platform (426.95) and eighth in the 3-meter (374.15) at the National Championships
- Named Big 12 Diver of the Week on Dec. 17
- Finished first at NCAA Zone Diving in the platform (794.80)
- Came in second on the platform and fourth in the 3-meter in the Big 12 Championships
- Posted a fourth-place finish in the 1-meter at the Southwest Plunge
- Took top honors in the platform and 3-meter at the Mizzou Invite
- Also finished first in the 3-meter against Minnesota.
- Dived at Hickman High School for Coach David Boyko
- Was named High School State Champion in diving for three years
- Also swam competitively for the Missouri Diving Club under Coach James Sweeney
- Was a five time Junior National Champion
- Named the 1 meter Junior Pan American Champion
- 3-meter and platform Pan American bronze medalist
- Was a two time Junior World qualifier and finalist
- Qualified for the 2010 Canada Cup
- Six-time USA International Team member.
- David Bonuchi is the son of Jim and Kathy Bonuchi, both of whom are Missouri alumni
- Health sciences major.
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