Mar. 2, 2016
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IOWA CITY, Iowa — The University of Iowa track and field team qualified three student-athletes and one relay to the 2016 NCAA Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama, from March 11-12.
Junior All-American Aaron Mallett will represent the Hawkeyes in the men’s 60-meter hurdles. The St. Louis native ties for fourth in the country with a personal-best 7.69. He placed sixth in the event at the 2015 NCAA Indoor Championships.
Guster stands eighth nationally in the women’s 400 meters with a collegiate-best 52.36, while Teubel is the 16th seed (1:47.74) in the men’s 800 meters.
Senior MonTayla Holder, freshman Briana Guillory, junior Alexis Hernandez, and Guster are the first 1,600-meter relay on the women’s side to qualify for an indoor national meet in program history. The quartet owns the 12th-fastest time in the nation at 3:32.93.
Live results from the 2016 NCAA Indoor Championships are available at ncaa.com.