The men’s team earned a seventh place finish while the women’s team finished 10th amidst SEC competition.
The Tigers are victorious with first place finishes and personal records as they prepare for the SEC Championships.
The distance medley relay was the highlight of a mixed bag of performances in Des Moines.
Will Fife and Sophia Riviera were named most outstanding performers at the end of the weekend.
Two men and two women from Missouri qualified for the meet.
Wood and McClendon each received all-SEC honors at the conference championships on Friday and Saturday.
The Tigers also sent a men’s distance medley relay team to compete in South Bend, Indiana on Saturday.
The Tigers also sent a small contingent of distance runners to the Iowa State Classic in Ames, Iowa.
Kieran Wood became the first ever Tiger to run a sub-four minute mile.
Redshirt junior Jordan McClendon rose to a No. 4 ranking on the nation’s leaderboard after a first place in weight throw.
Freshman Kieran Wood set a school and personal record in the men’s 3000 meter run against Big Ten Conference opponents.
Freshman Roberto Vilches broke a school record in the high jump.
Freshman Arianna Fisher posted a school indoor record in the women’s triple jump.
Schweizer won the 5,000 meter run and finished third in the 10,000 meter run for Missouri at her last NCAA Championships, while Gabi Jacobs finished fifth in the women’s discus.
Now an eight-time SEC Champion, Karissa Schweizer will be the lone Tiger to compete in multiple events at Regionals.
Valeria Kostiuk and Rauno Liitmae have each settled in far from their home countries to don black and gold, reflecting the trek of many international collegiate athletes.
As collegiate career ends, Karissa Schweizer reigns as most decorated Missouri athlete in school history
Schweizer has laid claim to eight All-American honors, six school records and five national championships (and counting).
Schweizer used a 4:32.19 mile split for a comeback win in the women’s DMR.
Karissa Schweizer and Megan Cunningham each posted nationally competitive times on Thursday.
High jumper Landon Cuskelly led the way for Missouri a day after Karissa Schweizer’s record-breaking run.