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Madison Waymire-DCG-Iowa
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Iowans Among Those Honored at Hawkeye Track Banquet

Michael Melchert-Monticello-Iowa ©Hawkeyes Athletics

Michael Melchert-Monticello-Iowa
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The University of Iowa track and field program held the annual awards banquet on Dec. 6 to recognize 14 student-athletes for their performance in athletic competition, in the classroom and in the community.

Juniors Aaron Mallett and Elexis Guster were named recipients of the 2015 MVP award. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Mallett captured the Big Ten title in the men’s outdoor 110-meter hurdles before earning All-America accolades for his school record-setting (13.43) fifth-place finish at the NCAA Championships.

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Guster, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, kept her crown at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships, completing the 400 meters in a personal-best 52.19, a time that ranks third on Iowa’s all-time list. She went on to claim second-team All-America honors in the event at the NCAA Championships.
After finishing seventh in the women’s hammer throw at the 2014 Big Ten Outdoor Championships, Annemie Smith is a deserving recipient of the Most Improved award for her bronze medal performance in 2015, becoming the first Hawkeye in school history to throw over 200 feet (200-01.5; 60.99m).

Mitch Wolff was named Most Improved for the men. The senior climbed 13 places from the 2014 Big Ten Outdoor Championships to finish fifth overall in the 400-meter hurdles. The Plainfield, Illinois, native capped his season with second-team All-America honors. He’s the 10th-best performer in the event (51.10) in school history.

Taking home the Most Outstanding Freshman award were sophomores Jahisha Thomas and Carter Lilly. Thomas, a native from London, returns as the team’s top long jumper for the women after sealing a pair of sixth-place finishes at the indoor and outdoor Big Ten Championships. Her collegiate-best indoor (19-7; 5.97m) and outdoor (20-3; 6.17m) marks rank third and fourth all-time at Iowa.

Lilly (Sioux City, Iowa) made his Big Ten Championship debut with a fifth-place finish in the men’s indoor 600 meters (1:18.37), which lands sixth all-time at Iowa, before clocking the ninth-best time in school history in the outdoor 800 meters (1:50.12).

Receiving the Most Outstanding Cross Country Team Member award were sophomores Michael Melchert and Madison Waymire. Melchert, a native of Monticello, Iowa, was a frontrunner for the Hawkeyes in three races this season, including a 17th-place finish at the Big Ten Championships. His collegiate-best 8,000 meters (23:57.5) is slotted 10th on Iowa’s all-time list.

Waymire, of Grimes, Iowa, became the first Hawkeye to lead the team in all six races this season since 2000, running the 10th-fastest 6,000-meter time (21:01.8) in school history at the Big Ten Championships. She was a Big Ten Sportsmanship award honoree.

Other notable honors include:

Inspiration Award: Babatunde Amosu / Brittany Brown
John Raffensperger Dedication Award: Will Teubel / Lindsay Herra
Keatinge/Cretzmeyer Award: Carter Lilly / Madison Waymire
Silver Hawk: Kevin Lewis / Annemie Smith
Teammate Award: Kaleb VanCleave / Annemie Smith

Maddie Beeler-I-35-UNI
©Jim Kirby

Panthers Get 7 Wins In Season Debut

Jamie Lindstrom-UNI ©Jim Kirby

Jamie Lindstrom-UNI
©Jim Kirby

The University of Northern Iowa track and field program opened the 2015-16 track and field season at the South Dakota State Holiday Open, coming away with seven individual wins.

Courtesy Panthers Athletics 

Senior Jamie Lindstrom got things started for the Panthers in the field events, winning the weight throw with a toss of 60-8.00. She also placed second overall in the shot put, throwing for a mark of 48-6.75.

On the men’s side, Shawn Koch came away victorious in both the long jump and the triple jump. He finished with a leap of 48-7.50 in the triple jump and followed it up with a strong mark of 23-8.25 for the win.

Brandon Carnes kicked off the events on the track, winning the 60 meter dash with a time of 6.70. His blazing time was just .01 off his PR and school record time that he set last season.

Junior Brett McCalla followed it up with a win of his own, posting a time of 34.47 in the men’s 300 meter dash for a first-place finish, good enough for third all-time at UNI. True freshman Corey Hertz finished right behind McCalla in second place, running a time of 34.53, the fourth fastest time in school history.

UNI won both the men’s and the women’s 1,000 meter run, with Jordan Pingel and Amber Clock picking up wins in their events. Pingel ran a personal-best time of 2:37.73 while Clock finished with a career-best time of 2:57.17.

Paige Knodle made her return to the track, placing second overall in the women’s 300 meter dash and the 60 meter hurdles (8.60). Her time of 40.18 in the 300 meters ranks her fifth all-time at UNI.

UNI will return to action on Jan. 16 when they host the Panther Open in the UNI-Dome. The meet is set to begin at 11 a.m. with field events followed by a noon start for events on the track.


Panthers Ready For Indoor

Rachel Peth-Waverly Shell Rock-UNI  ©Jim Kirby

Rachel Peth-Waverly Shell Rock-UNI
©Jim Kirby

The University of Northern Iowa track and field program will hit the road to Brookings, S.D. for the South Dakota State Holiday Open. The meet is set for Saturday, Dec. 5 and will begin at noon.

Panther fans will see a mixture of experience and talented youth on the track this season with 21 seniors from the men’s and women’s team returning. Under the direction of first-year head coach Dave Paulsen, UNI is ready to hit the ground running.

UNI will bring back several MVC Indoor All-Conference runners to the track this season, including 60 and 200 meter champion, Brandon Carnes and 800 meter run title winner Brette Correy for the women.

The Panthers are coming off of a strong 2015 outdoor season and cross country season where they saw records fall and individual titles won. A highlight of this season for the Panthers will be the return of All-American Paige Knodle after she redshirted last year.

UNI will be competing against teams from all over the region, including South Dakota State, Wayne State, St. Cloud State, MVC foe Drake, North Dakota, Southwest Minnesota and Augustana.

Fans wishing to keep up with the action on Saturday can follow along on Twitter (@UNITrackandFieldXC) or with live results Click Here! A full list of results and a recap can be found at following the completion of the meet.

UNI Competitors at the SDSU Holiday Open

Men’s Weight Throw
Isaac Holtz
Evan Colfack
Brad Walski

Women’s Weight Throw
Jamie Lindstrom

Men’s Shot Put
Isaac Holtz
Brad Walski

Women’s Shot Put
Jamie Lindstrom

Men’s Long Jump
Bryce Newcomb
Shawn Koch
Wes Riesselman

Men’s Triple Jump
Wes Riesselman
Shawn Koch

Women’s Pole Vault
Anna Loken

Men’s High Jump
Shawn Koch

Men’s 60 Hurdles
Jon Rus
Cole Phillips
Jayvon Matthews

Women’s 60 Hurdles
Rachel Peth
Paige Knodle

Men’s 60 Dash
Brandon Carnes
Austin Heitland
Corey Hertz
Brett McCalla
Evan Long
Tanner Dunkin

Men’s 200 Meters
Tanner Dunkin
Cole Phillips
Bryce Newcomb

Women’s 300 Meters
Rachel Peth
Paige Knodle

Men’s 300 Meters
Austin Heitland
Evan Long
Corey Hertz
Brett McCalla
Jayvon Matthews

Women’s 1,000 Meters
Amber Clock

Men’s 1,000 Meters
Jordan Pingel

Iowa State Cyclones  ISU

Cyclones Transitioning From XC to Indoor

Cyclone XC ©Michael Scott

Cyclone XC
©Michael Scott

The first official competition for the Iowa State track and field program will be an individual effort, as Perez Rotich will represent the Cardinal and Gold at the BU Season Opener Saturday. Rotich will begin her 2016 indoor campaign in the 5,000-meter run at Boston University’s Track and Tennis Center at approximately 3:20 p.m.

Courtesy Cyclones Athletics

Rotich is coming off an outstanding cross country season, in which she was the leader of the Cyclones. The Kenyan earned the 2015 Big 12 Cross Country championship, becoming the third Cyclone in Big 12 history to take the conference crown. She followed that up by leading ISU at the NCAA Midwest Regional, finishing 12th and helping the Cyclone women qualify for the NCAA Cross Country Championships for the seventh-straight season.

At NCAAs, Rotich was once again the leader for the Cycloones, just missing out on earning All-America honors with her 42nd place finish.

On the track in 2015 Rotich finished fifth in the 5,000-meter run at the Big 12 Outdoor Championships in Ames. She comes into the weekend with an indoor PR of 16:30.93 in the 5K, which she got at last season’s Iowa State Classic.

Aaron Mallett-Iowa
©Jim Kirby

A Look at the Hawks at the Black & Gold Intrasquad Meet

James Harrington-Cedar Falls-Iowa ©Darren Miller

James Harrington-Cedar Falls-Iowa
©Darren Miller

The University of Iowa track and field team previews the 2016 season hosting the annual Black & Gold Intrasquad on Friday and Saturday. A discus competition will kick off the weekend Friday at 1 p.m. inside the Hawkeye Tennis & Recreation Complex. The remaining field and running events begin Saturday at 4:30 p.m. (CT) at the UI Recreation Building.

Courtesy Hawkeye Sports
“This weekend will be important to see what athletes do on a meet day,” said UI director of track and field Woody. “It’s a dry run. It’s more than a practice. You’ve got officials and starters there, there is a lot more hype to it, and it’s an opportunity to compete black against gold. It adds a little more vibe to things There is no reason they can’t go out and set personal best and set themselves up for a great indoor season.”

The Hawkeyes welcome back six All-Americans and two Big Ten Champions.

The Iowa men return three members of the 400-meter relay — juniors Aaron Mallett and Vinnie Saucer, Jr., and senior James Harrington — that placed 12th at last year’s NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Mallett, a native of St. Louis, Missouri, is the Big Ten Champion in the 110-meter hurdles. He collected a pair of individual All-America finishes last season in the indoor 60-meter hurdles (6th) and outdoor 110-meter hurdles (5th).

Mitch Wolff, a senior from Plainfield, Illinois, sealed second-team All-America honors for his 16th-place performance in the men’s 400-meter hurdles at the NCAA Outdoor Championships.

On the women’s side, Iowa’s roster features two returning All-Americans. Junior Elexis Guster (Atlanta, Georgia), a two-time Big Ten Champion in the 400 meters, ended her 2015 track campaign with second-team All-America honors in the event, while junior Brittany Brown (Upland, California) earned second-team honors in the 200 meters after finishing runner-up at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships and 17th at the NCAA Championships.

Along with Brown and Guster, Iowa also welcomes back All-Big Ten honorees Lake Kwaza (Sycamore, Illinois) and MonTayla Holder (Indianapolis). The quartet finished second at the Big Ten Championships in the 400-meter relay.

Brown (200 meters/22.89), Kwaza (100 meters/11.40), and Mallett (110-meter hurdles/13.40) each set school records in their respective events last season.

“It’s been a good fall so far,” said Woody. “Now we get a chance to see what they can do under a little pressure of competition and wearing that Iowa uniform.”

The Hawkeyes officially open the 2016 season Jan. 9 at the Border Battle in Champaign, Illinois. Live results of the Intrasquad will be available on the track and field schedule page of Admission is free.

ISU Women
©Micael Scott

Cyclones Run Thru Injuries and Graduation

Abby Caldwell-Waverley Shellrock-ISU ©Michael Scott

Abby Caldwell-Waverley Shellrock-ISU
©Michael Scott

The Cyclone women were hit hard by graduation and injury heading into this season, but they reloaded for 2015 with a vengance. Perez Rotich won the B12 individual title while the team finished 2nd in both the conference and the region.

Feature image ©Michael Scott

Rotich will be back next year, along with a stable full of Iowans and other standouts and All Americans coming off of redshirt seasons. Don’t count out Coach Andrea Grove-McDonough her talented troops in 2016, we think they will be among the favorites to garner, yet another, trophy at NCAA’s.

Article below, courtesy Cyclones Athletics

The Iowa State women’s cross country team wrapped up the 2015 season by finishing 24th at the NCAA Cross Country Championships at E.P Tom Sawyer State Park Saturday morning. The Cyclone effort was led by redshirt junior Perez Rotich, who just missed out on All-America honors in 42nd place in 20:27.9.

The Cyclones, who earned qualification via their second place finish at the NCAA Midwest Regional a week ago, had Rotich as their leader on the day. The Big 12 champion was the Cyclones’ top runner throughout the entire race as she fought her way up the crowded field throughout the race. While her 42nd place finish led ISU, it just missed out on the top-40 and All-America honors.

ISU’s second runner was once again Erin Hooker, with the Big 12 runner-up crossing the line in 151st place in 21:12.7. The rest of the Cyclone scoring team came within 11 spots of each other, with Andrea Toppin crossing in 182nd (21:26.3), Kate DeSimone in 186th (21:28.2) and Abby Caldwell in 193rd (21:34.2).

The Cyclones also had Evelyne Guay cross in 206th (21:43.0) and Maryn Lowry finish 241st (22:20.7).

Team Results
1. New Mexico – 49
2. Colorado – 129
3. Oregon – 214
24. Iowa State – 591

Individual Results
1) Molly Seidel, Notre Dame, 19:28.6; 42) Perez Rotich, Iowa State, 20:27.9; 151) Erin Hooker, Iowa State, 21:12.7; 182) Andrea Toppin, Iowa State, 21:26.3; 186) Kate DeSimone, Iowa State, 21:28.2; 193) Abby Caldwell, Iowa State, 21:34.2 206) Evelyne Guay, Iowa State, 21:43.0; 241) Maryn Lowry, Iowa State, 22:20.7

Lydia Saggau-WDM Valley Kansas
©Laura Jacobson/Kansas Athletics

Sophomore Saggau Joins Jayhawks For Nats

Lydia Saggau-WDM Valley Kansas ©Laura Jacobson/Kansas Athletics

Lydia Saggau-WDM Valley Kansas
©Laura Jacobson/Kansas Athletics

A third-place finish from freshman Sharon Lokedi highlighted solid outings from the Kansas women’s and men’s cross country teams at the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships Friday afternoon at Rim Rock Farm. Lokedi’s third-place finish led her team to a fifth-place finish, while senior Evan Landes was the top Jayhawk on the men’s side as he led his squad to a seventh-place finish.

Courtesy Jayhawks Athletics
“I thought Sharon was fantastic today, as was the entire women’s team,” said head coach Stanley Redwine. “Unfortunately we were on the wrong side of the tie-breaker with Tulsa for fourth, but that doesn’t take anything away from the effort our athletes gave today. They went out there and competed really well.”

Lokedi, who hails from Eldoret, Kenya, never strayed from the lead group during the 6K race on a sunny and warm day on the Jayhawks’ home course. The freshman set up a firm position among the top-five runners less than 2,000 meters into the race and never fell lower than third from there on out. After the 3-mile checkpoint, Lokedi remained in contention at the front of the pack and remained less than a second behind the lead runner all the way until the home stretch.

Lokedi last some ground between herself and the leader over the final 400 meter, but still managed to post a third-place finish at the regional meet, the best finish by a KU female since 1994. Lokedi clocked in with a 6K time of 20:14.9 to claim the bronze medal. Her high finish also earned her All-Region accolades for the first time in her career.

The finish not only led her team for the four time this year, but also earned her an individual automatic bid to next week’s NCAA National Championships. The full field will be announced on Sunday, Nov. 15.

The Kansas women also saw an All-Region outing from sophomore Lydia Saggau. The West De Moines, Iowa product started her race in the midst of the lead pack, checking at 26th after the first mile. After falling outside the top-20 midway through the race, Saggau came back over the second half of the race and moved up to the all-important top-25 as she came down the finishing chute. She crossed the finish in 24th overall in a time of 20:57.3.


Saggau’s top-25 finish gave Kansas two All-Region honorees, the second time the Jayhawk women have seen multiple All-Midwest runners in the last three seasons.

The next three Kansas scorers all finished inside the top-60. Junior Nashia Baker posted a 32nd-place and completed her 6K in 21:11.4. Junior Malika Baker finished just over a second behind her sister as claimed a 33rd-place finish in 21:12.5. Junior Kelli McKenna rounded out the team scoring with her time of 21:37.2, good enough for a 60th-place finish.
The KU women saw its top-five finishers all finish inside the top-60 for the first time under head coach Stanley Redwine (since 2000) and will now wait to see if they can earn an at-large team bid to the NCAA Championships next weekend. An at-large selection would be the team’s first trip to the NCAA meet since 1994.

The women amassed 151 points, which was good enough for a fifth-place finish.

On the men’s side, Landes was the top KU finisher for the second time this season. The senior out of Mulvane, Kansas got out to a slow start as he passed the one-mile checkpoint in 22nd with a 4:44.8 split, but steadily moved his way up the leaderboard over the rest of the race. With just over 3,000 meters to go, Landes moved up to sixth-place behind a 4:42.7 mile, his fastest split of the race. He finished strong and crossed the finish with a final time of 30:13.2, which earned him a ninth-place finish, his highest ever at the Midwest Regional.

Fellow senior Jacob Morgan also earned a top-25 finish, the third of his career at an NCAA Regional. The Topeka, Kansas native worked his way through the dense group of runners that made up the lead pack and moved up to as high as eighth midway through the race. While he wasn’t able to stay among the top-five runners, Morgan managed to remain in All-Region contention and posted a 21st-place finish after clocking in at 30:28.6.

“I thought both Evan and Jacob ran really good races,” said Redwine. “As a team I thought we were better than the seventh-place team, but unfortunately that’s where we were today. We just have to figure out what went wrong and use that to get better moving into the future.”

Sophomore Chris Melgares was the Jayhawks’ No. 3 finisher at the regional meet for the second-straight year. He posted a time of 31:12.1, which earned him a 40th-place finish.

Juniors Daniel Koech and James Hampton rounded out the KU scoring effort. Koech was the fourth Jayhawk to tally a top-50 finish after he came in at 47th in 31:17.5. Hampton completed his race in 31:23.1 and finished 53rd overall.

The men’s finishes saw the squad total 168 points and place seventh out of the 26-team field.

With the 2015 cross country season now complete for the majority of the KU team, the Jayhawks will now turn their attention toward the indoor track & field campaign, slated to begin in just three weeks. Kansas will kick off the season with the Bob Timmons Challenge on Saturday, Dec. 5 in Lawrence at the meet scheduled to begin at 1 p.m., inside Anschutz Pavilion.

Rebekah Topham-Griswald_Wichita St.
©Mike Brynnes

Topham Leads Shockers at Regionals

Rebekah Topham-Griswald_Wichita St. ©Mike Brynnes

Rebekah Topham-Griswald_Wichita St.
©Mike Brynnes

Wichita State’s women’s and men’s cross country teams were eighth and 10th, respectively, at the NCAA Midwest Regional Championships this afternoon at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence. In addition, Sidney Hirsch earned All-Region honors by placing in the Top 25.


Courtesy Shocker Athletics

The women were led by Hirsch’s 20th place finish in the 6K race in a time of 20:54.5, followed by Rebekah Topham’s 28th-place finish in 21:07.0. Lycia Hollon was 61st (21:37.7), Emilea Finley was 66th (21:41.8) and Kayla Deighan was 112th (22:18.7). Jordan Maestas finished 128th in a time of 22:28.4 and Paige Wells was 164th in a time of 23:06.3.



North Dakota State’s Erin Teschuk won the women’s race in a time of 20:07.7, while the team title was won by Oklahoma State, which had five runners in the top 16.



The men were led by Paul Raymond’s time of 31:07.6 in the 10K, which was good enough for 36th overall, while Brady Johnson ran a 31:13.2 to finish 41st. Ugis Jocis was 64th with a time of 31:36.0, while Kyle Larkin was 75th with a time of 31:43.5. Gage Garcia ran a time of 32:20.3 and finished 110th. Nathan Wickoren was 142nd with a time of 33:01.5.



The men’s race was won by Tulsa’s Mark Scott in a time of 29:37.1 while the team title was won by Oklahoma State, which had five runners in the top 17.



Wichita State’s men went into the event ranked 14th in the Midwest Region, while the women were ranked ninth headed into the Regional races.

ISU Women
©Micael Scott

Cyclones’ 5 Good Cards to Advance to Nationals

Abby Caldwell-Waverly Shellrock-ISU ©Michael Scott

Abby Caldwell-Waverly Shellrock-ISU
©Michael Scott

The No. 16 Iowa State women’s cross country team relied on a strong performance from the back half of its lineup en route to taking second place at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship Midwest Regional Friday afternoon at Rim Rock Farm in Lawrence. The second-place effort secures ISU’s spot at the 2015 NCAA Cross Country Championships next Saturday in Louisville, Kentucky. The Cyclones will be appearing in their seventh-straight NCAA Championships as a team.


Courtesy Cyclone Athletics

ISU had a quartet of runners finish in the top-20, and earn All-Region honors. Leading the way was Big 12 champion Perez Rotich in 12th place in 20:37.2, followed closely by Big 12 runner-up Erin Hooker in 14th in 20:42.6. Senior Andrea Toppin finished 18th in 20:53.2, with redshirt freshman Abby Caldwell right with her in 19th in 20:54.1. Rotich is now a three-time All-Midwest Region honoree, with Hooker earning her second All-Region award. Toppin and Caldwell are each first-time honorees.


The Cyclone scoring quintet was closed out by Evelyne Guay in 35th in 21:15.3. In spite of not scoring, senior Kate DeSimone coming in 41st place in 21:25.1 and Maryn Lowry rounding out the Iowa State squad in 43rd in 21:26.5.


Rotich and Hooker went out with the leaders, and were part of a group of about a dozen runners for most of the race. The Cyclones were not among the leaders in the end, as other runners sprinted to the finish in the aim of earning an individual NCAA qualifier spot, but the ISU duo came home knowing the Cyclones spot was guaranteed at NCAAs.


ISU got big drops in time from Toppin and Caldwell in particular, with Caldwell finishing 32 seconds faster than she did at the Big 12 Championships just two weeks ago. Toppin had an even bigger drop, losing 39 seconds from her time just a fortnight ago.


The women’s cross country squad also earned ISU its first points of 2015-16 Iowa Corn Cy-Hawk Series, as the Cyclone women’s second-place effort bettered Iowa’s 19th-place performance. Oklahoma State won the Midwest Regional crown with 51 points.


The Iowa State women will take part in the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Louisville, Kentucky next Saturday, Nov. 21.


Team Results
1. Oklahoma State – 51
2. Iowa State – 98
3. Minnesota – 125
T-4. Kansas, Tulsa – 151


Individual Results
1) Erin Teschuk, North Dakota State, 20:07.7; 12) Perez Rotich, Iowa State, 20:37.2; 14) Erin Hooker, Iowa State, 20:42.6; 18) Andrea Toppin, Iowa State, 20:53.2; 19) Abby Caldwell, Iowa State, 20:54.1 35) Evelyne Guay, Iowa State, 21:15.3; 41) Kate DeSimone, Iowa State, 21:25.1; 43) Maryn Lowry, Iowa State, 21:26.5

Creighton XC Women 2013

Iowans to Run D1 Midwest Regional

Vanessa Miller-Dowling-Creighton ©Jim Kirby

Vanessa Miller-Dowling-Creighton
©Jim Kirby

Former Iowa preps entered to compete at 2015 D1 Midwest Regional XC at Rimrock Farm, Lawrence, Kansas

 ©Mike Brynes

Bib#                                                   Athlete                                    University Name


400                                                      Moyer                                                 Bradley

405                                                      Dejong                                                 Creighton

413                                                      Rice                                                        Creighton

427                                                      Tunink                                                   Drake

428                                                      Yeager                                                     Drake

469                                                      Anderson                                               Iowa

473                                                      Gardarsson                                            Iowa

476                                                      Melchert                                                Iowa

478                                                      Soto                                                         Iowa

558                                                      Bunch                                                      UNI

559                                                      Eigenberger                                           UNI

560                                                      Fick                                                          UNI

561                                                      Kirchoff                                                   UNI

562                                                      Pritts                                                       UNI

563                                                      Timmerman                                           UNI

564                                                      Wetherell                                               UNI



114                                                      Kambhu                                             Creighton

117                                                      Miller                                                 Creighton

133                                                      Huston                                                Drake

169                                                      Voss                                                    Ill. St.

177                                                      Brun                                                     Iowa

179                                                      Newhouse                                           Iowa

181                                                      Waymire                                              Iowa

184                                                      Caldwell                                              Iowa St.

193                                                      Toppin                                                 Iowa St.

204                                                      Saggau                                                Kansas

237                                                      Schweizer                                          Missouri

238                                                      Thomas                                              Missouri

245                                                      Nickles                                                Missouri St.

249                                                      Schwarz                                              Missouri St.

259                                                      Averhoff                                             UNO

264                                                      Schmidt                                              UNO

285                                                      Savage                                                  Northern Ill.

287                                                      Jackson                                              UNI

288                                                      Kirchoff                                              UNI

289                                                      Martin                                                  UNI

290                                                      Matthews                                          UNI

291                                                      Norem                                                 UNI

292                                                      Reynolds                                           UNI

293                                                      Yokom                                               UNI

355                                                      Feldman                                            So. Dakota

356                                                      Joyce                                                   So. Dakota

389                                                      Topham                                             Wichita St.