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Missouri swimmers and divers earn SEC honors

Thursday, February 28, 2013 | 8:32 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Five Missouri swimmers and divers, as well as head diving coach Jamie Sweeney, earned All-Southeastern Conference honors Thursday.

Junior diver David Bonuchi was named SEC Male Diver of the Year. He also earned the Commissioner's Trophy for being the top men's point producer at the 2013 SEC Championships, scoring 91.5. Bonuchi was named SEC Male Diver of the Week twice over the course of the season, and he earned a spot on the men's All-SEC first team.

Freshman diver Clark Thomas was named SEC Freshman Diver of the Year and earned a spot on the Men's SEC All-Freshman team. Thomas was the only freshman to advance to the platform finals at the SEC Championships, placing seventh.

Redshirt sophomore diver Loren Figueroa earned a spot on the women's All-SEC first team after winning the 1-meter diving title at the SEC Championships. She was named SEC Female Diver of the Week three times throughout the season.

Freshman diver Lauren Reedy earned a spot on the women's SEC All-Freshman team. She was the only underclassman to advance to the 3-meter finals at the SEC Championships, placing sixth.

Sophomore swimmer Igor Kozlovskij earned a spot on the men's All-SEC second team after a second-place finish in the 100-meter breaststroke at the SEC Championships. His time of 52.89 is the ninth best in the nation this season and the second best in Missouri's swimming program.

Sweeney was named SEC Male Diving Coach of the Year.


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