INDIANAPOLIS -- In a list released Saturday morning, 13 Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference track and field athletes were selected to compete at the 2017 NCAA Division III Track and Field Championships in Geneva, Ohio on May 25-27.
Texas Lutheran University and Trinity University will each send six representatives, while Colorado College will send one.
On the men's side, Bryce Johnson of TLU will compete in the 100 meter dash. Marquis Brown qualified in two individual events, the 200 meter and 400 meter races.
Brown and Johnson are also members of the Bulldogs' 4x100 meter relay team, alongside Paris Foster and Darren Jones.
Trinity's Cody Hall qualified in the 110 meter hurdles and Matt Love will compete in the discus throw.
For the women, Colorado College will be represented by Katie Sandfort in the 10,000 meter run, while Texas Lutheran's Cortnee Prior will take on the long jump and Ashley Myers will race in the 200 meter dash.
Trinity will be sending four women to compete, including Nkolika Nweke in the 100 meter dash and Molly McCullough in the 3,000 meter steeplechase. Ayriel Coleman and Britney Sullivan will both take on the triple jump.
This is believed to be the most student-athletes the SCAC has sent to the NCAA Championships.