In case you didn’t already know, one of MSU’s Men’s Swimmers Paul Le is representing the Bears at this years NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. A meet that some say, is the second fastest, if not the fastest meet, compared to the Olympic Games. Paul qualified for the NCAA meet by being one of the top 30 fastest swimmers in the United States in the 200 Yard Backstroke, he will also be swimming the 100 Back and 200 IM in Indianapolis next week. He also set 3 team records for MSU in the following events with these times:
200 Back – 1:42.44
200 IM – 1:45.76
100 Back – 47.07
Left: Paul Le
The following records were set at the MSU Men’s Swimming and Diving 2013 Conference meet:
New Missouri State Records
500 free – Uvis Kalnins – 4:23.28
200 IM – Paul Le – 1:45.76
100 back – Paul Le – 47.07
3-meter diving – Garrett Nevels – 378.60
800 free relay – Vitalii Baryshok, Caleb Schuermann, Isaac McKnight, Uvis Kalnins – 6:31.23
200 back – Paul Le – 1:42.44
MSU Track & Field Set for Mississippi State Conference Challenge
The Lady Bears Track team is heading out for their second Outdoor meet of the season in Mississippi. With several of our athletes being nationally ranked within the top 30 NCAA standards, it’s sure to be a great meet filled with excitement and speed!
Have an awesome week Bears and be sure to root on your schools athletes. They put a lot of work and time in with all of their endeavors and represent Missouri State University everywhere that they go.