May 24th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Andrew Grevers, who served as the interim head coach of the Mizzou Swimming and Diving programs during the 2018-19 season, had the interim tag removed from his title Friday afternoon by University of Missouri Director of Athletics Jim Sterk. “Andrew did an outstanding job of leading our staff and student-athletes during a challenging 2018-19 season, and I look forward to watching him build upon this past year’s success in future seasons,” Sterk said. “He enjoys tremendous respect not only within our program, but within the swimming community, too, and is committed to providing a high-level student-athlete experience centered on academic and athletic excellence.” Mizzou flourished under Grevers’ direction after Sterk named him as the program’s interim head coach in late October, 2018. The Tiger men’s team finished second at the 2019 Southeastern Conference Championships, easily surpassing the program’s previous best SEC placement of fifth. The 2018-19 Tigers produced the first men’s conference relay title in team history and senior Mikel Schreuders took home Mizzou’s first-ever SEC men’s swimming title. The women’s program placed seventh at the league meet, as seven female Tigers earned 2018-19 All-SEC honors. – Read More

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