Michael Chadwick earned a bronze medal at swimming World Championships.
The Tigers finished first at the Mizzou Invitational.
Missouri’s Jordy Groters and Mack Darragh will also compete at the meet.
Michael Chadwick and the men’s team fell by a score of 183-114.
Coach Greg Rhodenbaugh: “There’s a lot to look forward to.”
Stevens was fifth in the 100-meter backstroke, and Chadwick was sixth in the 50-meter freestyle.
Over 20 Missouri swimmers will compete at the meet in Omaha.
The Tigers finished eighth in the country at NCAA Championships.
The Tigers are in eighth place after three days of competition.
The Tigers sit in sixth place after two days of competition.
The Tigers are currently in 11th place.
The Tigers will send seven individual swimmers to the meet and are entered in all five relay events.
Four other Tigers compete on relays.
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Junior Michael Chadwick qualified for an automatic spot at the NCAA Championships in both the 50 and 100-yard events.
The Tigers’ next meet will be at the Tennessee Invitational.
Chadwick is the only college swimmer on the men's team.