Mosley Breaks Mizzou Record in Prelims at SEC Championships

MUTIGERS.COM Mosley broke Mizzou's 100 fly record in preliminary action Thursday morning
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Mosley broke Mizzou's 100 fly record in preliminary action Thursday morning
MUTIGERS.COM

Feb. 21, 2013

COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Junior Logan Mosley broke Mizzou's 100 fly record to highlight day three preliminary action at the 2013 SEC Swimming and Diving Championships on Thursday, Feb. 21 in College Station, Texas.

Mosley continued his impressive meet with a 47.24 in the 100 fly to break the all-time Missouri record of 47.37. The junior finished 12th in the event and will swim in the B final this evening. Sophomore also Austin Fish set a personal best in the event with a 49.32.

In 400 IM, sophomore Mack Darragh narrowly missed qualifying for the evening's A final as he finished ninth in an all-time best time of 4:48.76. Darragh will be joined by freshman Daniel Graviss (3:50.58) in the B final, while sophomore Connor Nolan will go in the C final after a personal best swim of 3:53.26.

Sophomore Alex Glogoza notched a career best 1:37.09 in the 200 free to finish 19th and earn a spot in the C final. Glogoza's time also moves him up to second all-time at Mizzou in the event.

The SEC Championships resume Wednesday, Feb. 20 with the finals session at 6 p.m.

 

 

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