Wichita, Kan. - The 2013 NAIA Men's and Women's Indoor Track & Field National Championships begin Thursday, February 28 in Geneva, Ohio. The competition will take place at the SPIRE Institute for the third-straight year.
More than 130 men's and women's teams will participate in the event, and the KCAC has 21 student-athletes that have qualified.
Southwestern, the KCAC Men's and Women's Track & Field Champions, is sending nine athletes to Ohio. Tabor has six, while McPherson, Friends, and Sterling all have two that qualified.
Events begin on February 28 at 1:30 p.m. with the Heptathlon, and will conclude on March 2 at 4:30 p.m. with the Awards Ceremony.
Full schedule of events
All events this year can be watched online for free. More information can be found here.
LIST OF KCAC QUALIFIERS (# in parenthesis indicates rank in NAIA)
Rachel Renken – 3000M
Carlos Cox – 60M (15)
Arryana Barton – Triple Jump (4)
Derrick Toney – High Jump (3)
Ashley Stanford – Triple Jump
Cedrique Smith – 60M Hurdles (5)
Emily Post – Triple Jump (11); High Jump (10)
Garrett Daugherty – 1000M; 4x800M Relay
Aaron Johnson – 4x800M Relay
Phillip Magos - 4x800M Relay
Bret Mueller - 4x800M Relay
Nathan Vogel - 4x800M Relay
Cassie Hollenbeck – 1000M (6)
Rhea Rollins – 60M Hurdles
Frank Adelman – 3000M (15); 4x800M Relay; Distance Medley (8)
Eric Anders - 4x800M Relay; Distance Medley (8)
Conner Drendel – 1000M; 4x800M Relay; Distance Medley (8)
Sam McDaniel - 4x800M Relay; Distance Medley (8)
Artrail Skipper – Triple Jump
Nick Warnke - 4x800M Relay; Distance Medley (8)
Brandyn Willard – Distance Medley (8)