|Jr.||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
Alabama's Kaique Alves, a junior from Sao Paulo, Brazil, earned four trips to the podium to help lead his team to a 180-118 win over No. 20 Missouri. Alves took first place in the 100 free with a time of 43.48 and in the 200 free with a time of 1:35.82. He also swam the leadoff leg of the winning 400 free relay (2:55.72/43.51) and the second leg of the first-place 200 medley relay (1:26.98/23.90).
Missouri's Collier Dyer, a sophomore from Littleton, Colo., swept the springboard events in the conference opener at No. 19 Alabama. Dyer posted top scores of 337.80 on the 1-meter and 320.40 on the 3-meter.
Alabama's Tommy Hagar, a freshman from Braintree, Mass., claimed four podium finishes in the win over No. 20 Missouri. Hagar touched the wall first in the 200 back (1:44.81) and the 200 IM (1:49.49) and finished second in the 200 fly (1:47.88). He also swam the leadoff leg of the winning 200 medley relay (1:26.98/22.51).
Alabama's Mackenzie Brandt, a sophomore from Wilmington, Del., won both distance events in the conference-opening win over Missouri. Brandt recorded the 18th fastest time in the nation to win the 500 free with a time of 4:49.04 and the 21st fastest time in the nation to win the 1000 free with a time of 9:58.10.
|Sr.||Flower Mound, TX.|
Missouri's Kayla Wilson, a senior from Flower Mound, Texas, took first place on the 3-meter springboard with a personal-best score of 331.73 in the conference opener at No. 20 Alabama. Wilson took third on the 1-meter with a final score of 276.68.
|Fr.||San Antonio, TX.|
Alabama's Jada Scott, a freshman from San Antonio, Texas, won three individual events and was a part of a winning relay in the conference-opening win over Missouri. Scott posted an NCAA B-cut time of 49.05 to win the 100 free, the 12th fastest time in the nation. She also captured first place in the 100 back (54.24) and the 200 IM (2:02.69), and was the leadoff leg in the winning 200 medley relay (1:38.09/25.50).