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Men's track and field qualifies four athletes in five events for 2015 Indoor Nationals

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The Missouri Southern men's track and field program has qualified four individuals in five events for the 2015 NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships. 


The meet will be held in Birmingham, Ala. on March 13-14 at the Birmingham Crossplex. 

Jeff Fraley qualified fifth in the 60m dash and third in the 200m dash. The MIAA High Point Award winner qualifies for those events for the fourth-straight year in his career. 

Darion Boure qualified fourth in the triple jump, while Kennan Harrison qualified 13th in the event. Also qualifying for the Championships was Morgan Hold, who qualified 15th in the pole vault. 
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