Mizzou Track & Field heads to Iowa for the Cyclone Open

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Mizzou Track and Field kicks off the 2022 spring season as the Tigers are set to travel to Ames, Iowa for the Cyclone Open on Saturday, January 22. Competition at Lied Recreation Athletic Center is set to begin at 12:00 p.m. with field events and continue throughout the afternoon. The open will not be streamed on any network or platform, however live results will be available through Wayzata Timing

The Cyclone Open is set to begin at 12:00 p.m. CT with the men’s weight throw. The women’s weight throw will follow, along with shot put, pole vault, long jump, triple jump and high jump. At 1:00 p.m. CT, track events will kick off with the 1000m races. Mizzou will close out the day with the 4x400m races.

Mizzou returns to Ames after taking home five event wins in last year’s Cyclone Open against Iowa State and Drake University. Redshirt senior Jayson Ashford (Fairview Heights, Ill.) won the men’s 60m dash with a time of 7.10. Sophomore McKenna Revord (Hinsdale, Ill.) took home the women’s mile with a time, and Mizzou indoor personal best, of 5:22.01. 

Junior Jonathan Schmidt (Dresden, Germany) rounded out the individual winners for the Tigers on Saturday, taking the crown in the men’s mile at 4:21.98, while the Mizzou women won the 4x400m with a 3:58.14 time.

Following the Cyclone Open, the Tigers will travel to Fayetteville for the Arkansas Invitational January 28-29. 

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Mizzou Entries — Field Events (Saturday – Beginning at 12:00 p.m. CT)

Weight Throw, (M) —  Mitchell Weber, Ethan Hanson, Dylan Johnson, Rece Rowan 

Weight Throw, (W) — Sydney Oberdiek, Emily Stauffer, Olivia Evans 

Shot Put, (M) — Mitchell Weber, Rece Rowan

Shot Put, (W) — Emily Stauffer, Emily Offenheiser  

Mizzou Entries — Track Events (Saturday – Beginning at 1:00 p.m. CT)

60m, (M) — Nyles Thomas , David Buckner, Blake Hays, Isaiah Vigliano  

60m, (W) — Savannah Nevels 

60m Hurdles, (M) — Zachary Charles, Chris McKinzy Jr. 

60m Hurdles, (W) — Mira Baccile 

200m (M) — Jayson Ashford, Nyles Thomas, Jacob Brunsman, Blake Hays, Eduardo Favela, David Buckner, Zachary Charles, Chris McKinzy Jr., Marc Poland, Isaiah Vigilano

200m, (W) — Savannah Nevels, Mira Baccile, Mya Drayton  

400m, (M) — Jayson Ashford, Jacob Brunsman, Eduardo Favela, Marc Poland

400m, (W) — Mya Drayton

800m, (M) — Christopher Conrad, Cason Suggs 

Mile, (M) — Angus Beer, Jonathan Schmidt, Davis Helmerich, Jack Warner, Nathan Hall, Trevor Peimann, Quentin Worley, Johnny Martin, Ryan Mata 

Mile, (W) — Melissa Menghini, Reilly Revord, Georgie Purcell, Allison Newman, Abbey Wilson, McKenna Butler, Abby Hake, Andi Bowman 

3000m, (M) — Mitchell Small, Blake Morris 

3000m, (W) — Isabelle Christiansen, Mikayla Reed, Jenna Schwartz, McKenna Revord  

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