Hearnes Center Fieldhouse - Track & Field

First opened in 1972, the Hearnes Center Fieldhouse is home to Mizzou’s indoor track & field facility. Named for Missouri’s 46th governor and 1952 MU graduate, Warren E. Hearnes, the Fieldhouse contains a Martin encapsulated surface, 200-meter track with an eight-lane sprint straightaway and multiple runways for the pole vault and horizontal jumps. In its 42-year history, the Hearnes Center Fieldhouse has hosted a Big Eight Indoor Track & Field Championship (1991) and yearly collegiate and high school meets.

  • Hearnes Center Fieldhouse
  • Hearnes Center Fieldhouse
  • Hearnes Center Fieldhouse

Track: flat, 200 meters
Elevation: 231 meters / 758 feet

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First Meet: January 27, 1973, Missouri-Arkansas-Wichita State triangular final scores: Missouri 85, Wichita State 54, Arkansas 32
Attendance: near 1,000

Track Records

Men
60m Dash: Lerone Clarke, unattached, 6.68, 1/11/08
200m Dash: Jason Rouser, Oklahoma, 21.26, 1991
400m Dash: Jason Rouser, Oklahoma, 46.59, 1991
600yd Run: Ray Armstead, ATC, 1:08.0, 1987
800m Run: Jared Wilmes, Missouri, 1:49.51, 1994
1000m Run: Neville Miller, NYAC, 2:23.34, 1/11/08
Mile Run: N. O'Shaughnessy, Arkansas, 3:55.4h, 1/28/77
3000m Run: Chris Powers, Indiana, 8:13.46, 2004
5000m Run: Jonah Koech, Iowa State, 14:04.64, 1991
60m Hurdles: Aubrey Herring, Indiana State, 7.77, 2001
4x400m Relay: Iowa State, 3:11.14, 1991
DMR: Missouri, 9:50.60, 1973
High Jump: Brian Brown, ANC, 2.26m, 7-5, 1991
Pole Vault: Joe Dial, AWTC, 5.91m* (19-4¾), 1986
Long Jump: Yussaf Alli, Missouri, 8.02m (26-3¾), 1984
Triple Jump: Ajayi Agebebaku, Missouri, 16.28m (53-5), 1978
Shot Put: Christian Cantwell, Nike, 21.95m (72-¼), 2004
Weight Throw: Scott Russell, Kansas, 23.71m (77-9½), 2002
Pentathlon: Andy Morris, Kansas, 3,891, 2001
55m Dash: Chidi Imoh, Missouri, 6.2, 1980; Yemi Alade'fa, Missouri, 6.2, 1991; Thomas Randolph, Kansas St., 6.2, 1991
55m Hurdles: Goodwin Obasogie, Missouri, 7.1, 1979; Dan Lavitt, Missouri, 7.1, 1980
1000yd Run: N. O'Shaughnessy, Arkansas, 2:05.5**, 1/21/77

* Was world record
** Was second-fastest indoor time in World's history when run

Women
60m Dash: Semony Hackett, Lincoln, 7.39, 2009
200m Dash: Ximena Restrepo, Nebraska, 23.93, 1991
400m Dash: Marsha Dawkins, Oral Roberts, 53.59, 2003
600yd Run: Natasha Kaiser, Missouri, 1:19.52, 1988
800m Run: Kristi Kloster, Kansas, 2:08.00, 1996
1000m Run: Chris Mullen, Georgetown, 2:43.83, 1980
Mile Run: Collette Goudreau, Indiana, 4:38.21, 1988
3000m Run: Kim Betz, Indiana, 9:19.80, 1988
5000m Run: Eileen Hornberger, Westchester St., 16:28.92, 1980
60m Hurdles: Courtney Johnson, Indiana, 8.53, 2004
4x400m Relay: Texas-El Paso, 3:44.99, 1989
DMR: Villanova, 11:29.30, 1980
High Jump: Sharon Burrill, Nebraska, 1.88m (6-2), 1980; Gwen Wentland, Kansas State, 1.88m (6-2), 1995
Pole Vault: Jenny Green, Nebraska, 4.15m (13-7¼), 2004
Long Jump: Lorinda Richardson, Missouri, 6.38m (20-11½), 1985
Triple Jump: Krisztina Kovesi, unattached, 12.88m (42-3¼), 2004
Shot Put: Becky Breisch, Nebraska, 16.80m (55-1½), 2004
Weight Throw: Elisha Hunt, Missouri, 20.23m (66-4½), 1/11/08; Missouri, 20.23m (66-4½), 2/17/07
Pentathlon: Themis Zambryzcki, BYU, 4358, 1979
55m Dash: Yolanda Johnson, NEMS, 6.74, 1978
55m Hurdles: Deb Carter, Colorado, 7.66, 1991

 

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