FloTrack's NCAA Individual Qualifiers Projections

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The NCAA selects 38 individuals to race at the NCAA Championships along with the 31 selected teams. Individuals are automatically selected if they finish in the top-25 of their region and are one of the four highest finishing athletes not on an NCAA selected team. A few remaining at-large individuals are then selected via best regional finish to fill the field to 38 individuals per gender.

Based on our latest Kolas Projections here are the athletes we predict will earn an individual selection to NCAAs.


GREAT LAKES REGIONAL

SR Justine Kiprotich (Michigan State)

JR Kyle Mau (Indiana)

SO Josh Park (Ohio)

SR Ben Kendell (Detroit Mercy)

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JR Athena Welsh (Toledo)

SR Rachel Walny (Bowling Green)

SR Sydney Meyers (Eastern Michigan)

SR Natalie Cizmas (Eastern Michigan)


MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL

SR Colin Abert (Penn State)

SO Nicholas Wareham (Georgetown)

JR Jack Van Scoter (Georgetown)

JR Nick Wolk (Pittsburgh)

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SO Paige Hofstad (Georgetown)

FR Gillian Wagner (Princeton)

SO Hayley Jackson (West Virginia)

JR Sam Shields (Pittsburgh)


MOUNTAIN REGIONAL

SR Miguel Bautista (Texas Tech)

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SR Jaci Smith (Air Force)

SR Alyssa Snyder (Utah State)

SR Angie Nickerson (Southern Utah)

JR Maddy Kauffman (Southern Utah)


MIDWEST REGIONAL

FR George Kusche (Nebraska)

SO Alec Basten (Minnesota)

SR Kyle Mattes (Illinois State)

JR Kieran Wood (Missouri)

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JR Aubrey Roberts (Northwestern)

SR Sharon Lokedi (Kansas)

FR Haley Herberg (Oklahoma)

SO Winny Koskei (Wichita State)


NORTHEAST REGIONAL

SO Ehab El-Sandali (Iona)

SR Sean Burke (Boston College)

SO Hugo Milner (Harvard)

SR Liam Dee (Iona)

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JR Abbey Wheeler (Providence)

SO Lisa Tertsch (Harvard)

SR Carleen Jeffers (Brown)

JR Hannah Reinhardt (Albany)


SOUTH CENTRAL REGIONAL

SR Emmanuel Rotich (Tulane)

SR Jamie Crowe (Lamar)

FR Awet Beraki (Stephen F. Austin)

FR Abraham Chirchir (UT-Rio Grande Valley)

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JR Hannah Miller (SMU)

SR Svenja Ojstersek (SMU)

FR Ryann Helmers (Rice)

SR Allyson Girard (Texas A&M-Corpus Christi)


SOUTHEAST REGIONAL

JR Peter Seufer (Virginia Tech)

FR Zach Facioni (Wake Forest)

SR Aaron Templeton (Furman)

SR Lawrence Kipkoech (Campbell)

SO Amon Kemboi (Campbell)

FR Emmanuel Cheboson (Louisville)

SR Azaria Kirwa (Liberty)

SO Nadel Wildschutt (Coastal Carolina)

FR Adriaan Wildschutt (Coastal Carolina)

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JR Dorcas Wasike (Louisville)

SO Hannah Steelman (Wofford)

FR Abigail Green (Virginia)

JR Sara Freix (Virginia Tech)

JR Samantha Halvorsen (Wake Forest)


SOUTH REGIONAL

SR Alfred Chelanga (Alabama)

SR Zach Long (Tennessee)

SO Ben Varghese (East Tennessee State)

FR Jacob McLeod (Belmont)

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SO Purity Sanga (Tennessee Tech)

SO Joyce Kimeli (Auburn)

JR Jessica Drop (Georgia)

SR Militsa Mircheva (Florida State)

FR Pamela Kosgei (Middle Tennessee State)


WEST REGIONAL

JR Chris Olley (San Francisco)

JR Carlos Villarreal (Arizona)

JR Jose Pina (San Jose State)

SR Garrett Corcoran (California)

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SR Vallery Korir (Washington State)

SR Addi Zerrenner (Arizona)

SO Erika Adler (UCLA)

SO Christina Rice (UCLA)

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