National Titles possible as 21 Missourians compete at DI Indoor Champs

The 2015 NCAA Division I Indoor Track and Field Championships could be the most successful for Missourians ever. With 21 qualifiers and four number-one seeds, the chances are excellent that many top-eight All-American trophies could be won by athletes that are Missouri natives, competed at Missouri high schools, or compete at Missouri colleges.

Not only do three Missourians carry number-one seeds, but they have posted NCAA All-Time Top-10 Indoor marks. Emily Sisson leads the way with her 15:12 Collegiate Indoor Record, while her 8:52 3k is fourth All-Time. Colleen Quigley broke Florida State and ACC Records when she posted the 5th All-Time clocking of 4:29.67 last month.

Mizzou redshirt senior and Ottawa, Ks native Kearsten Peoples moved to seventh all-time in the Weight Throw. She’ll also compete in the Shot Put.

Here are the 21 qualifiers:

Emily Sisson Providence 5k, 3k

Colleen Quigley Florida State Mile

Courtney Frerichs UMKC 5k

Diane Robison Arkansas 5k

Jessica (Jackson) Kamilos DMR-1200m

Nataliyah Collier LSU Long Jump, Triple Jump

Jill Rushin Mizzou Shot Put

Kearsten Peoples Weight Throw, Shot Put

Deanna Price Southern Illinois Weight Throw

Sophia Lozano Southern Illinois Weight Throw

Lea Johnson Miami Weight Throw

Lindsay Vollmer Kansas Pentathlon

Markesh Woodson Mizzou 60 meters

Blake Smith Southeast Missouri 60 meters

Dapo Akinmoladun 60 Hurdles

Chris Caldwell Texas Tech 60 Hurdles

Aaron Mallett Iowa 60 Hurdles

Charles Jones Texas Tech 4×400

Amos Bartelsmeyer Georgetown DMR-1200m/mile

James White Nebraska High Jump

Reggie Miller Jr. Southeast Missouri Triple Jump

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