Track and Field Begins Postseason At SEC Outdoor Championships

Track and Field Begins Postseason At SEC Outdoor Championships

COLUMBIA, Mo. — University of Missouri track and field begins postseason competition at the SEC Outdoor Track and Field Championships, which span from Thursday, May 9, until Saturday, May 11. The competition will be hosted by Florida on Percy Beard Track at James G. Pressly Stadium in Gainesville, Florida.


  • At the Ward Haylett Invitational and Drake Relays, Missouri had a strong final weekend of regular-season competition, winning eight events across the two meets.
  • The distance competitors found great success at the Ward Haylett Invitational. On the men’s side Angus Beer racked up a pair of victories in the men’s 800m and 1500m, while Eddie Zuercher topped the podium in the 3000m steeplechase.
  • For the women’s distance runners, Brianna Lee led a Tiger podium sweep in the 800m, while Isabelle Christiansen picked up her second career event victory, pacing the field in the 3000m steeplechase. At the Drake Relays, Kelsey Schweizer won the 800m with an outdoor personal-best 2:06.23.
  • A pair of men’s throwers secured wins at the Ward Haylett Invitational, as Skylar Coffey recorded a personal-best shot put mark of 18.31m to enter the program top-10 list and win the event. Callan Saldutto notched his first career javelin victory as a Tiger with a season-best 66.79m throw.


  • With a pair of javelin throwers ranked among the top eight in the SEC, Missouri hopes to yield a top-eight javelin finisher for the fifth consecutive SEC Outdoor Championships meet.
  • After earning USTFCCCA First Team All-America honors in 2023, Skylar Ciccolini will compete in her first SEC Championships competition since 2021, entering with the fifth-best SEC javelin mark at 52.43m.
  • After finishing among the top eight in 2021 and 2022, Erin Zimmerman hopes to add another top-eight placement to her resume, as she sits at seventh in the conference with a 51.18m mark set at the Yellow Jacket Invitational.


  • The Tigers have fielded a top-eight finisher in either the men’s or women’s triple jump at every SEC Outdoor Championships since 2019. Euphenie Andre and Sterling Scott have positioned themselves to continue that streak for a fifth consecutive conference championship meet.
  • Andre, a two-time USTFCCCA All-American in the event, has finished seventh in the event each of the last…

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