The Tigers had six individual swimmers and two divers qualify, in addition to four who will swim only relays.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN): Concluded his season with a second-place finish in the 200 fly (1:46.35) at the Big 12 Championships ... Also finished fifth in the 400 IM at the meet ...Set a Drury pool record in the 200 fly (1:48.12) to claim top honors in the event ... Finished third in the 200 fly at the Southwest Plunge ... Also came in second in the 200 fly against Missouri State.
HIGH SCHOOL - Darragh continues the trend of Canadian swimmers attracted to the Missouri program, as he hails from Ontario, where he swam for the Oakville Aquatic Club. He was active in a variety of long course events, including 100 free (53.70), 100 fly and 200 fly (56.31 and 2:03.55), 100 back (59.91), 100 and 200 breast (1:06.06 and 2:21.92), and 200 and 400 IM (2:07.53 and 4:26.37). He also swam as a member of the 2010 Canadian North American Challenge Cup Team, and set the Canadian Age Group record in the 200 fly.
Coach Rhodenbaugh: "Mack was the first of our three Canadians to sign with us. He is another very versatile swimmer that is talented in everything. He is a very young senior and still has lots of room for growth. At 16 years of age, his 200 IM and 400 IM swims are already faster thanthe NCAA `B' standard."
PERSONAL - Mack is the son of Denise and Daniel Darragh... has one sibling, Madison (19)... plans to major in Business... would like to be an entrepreneur, marketer, and Olympic swimmer.
Why did you choose Mizzou?
For the swim team.
What is your favorite thing about the team so far?
How nice everyone is and the effort that is put in.
Favorite food: Steak and lobster What's on your iPod: Rap and rock Favorite Sports Star: Usain Bolt Favorite movie: Step Brothers Quote to live by: Live your life, love your life.