Andy Gilmore comes on to the Tiger staff and will work with the Missouri high jumpers after spending a year as a Graduate Assistant Coach with Central Missouri State. Gilmore, a two-time NCAA Division II All-American, placed second at the 2003 championships. Gilmore also qualified for the USATF Outdoor Championships in 2003 with his personal-best jump of 7-1¾ (2.18m) at the MIAA Conference Championships.
Gilmore, a native of Ashland, Mo., is a graduate of Southern Boone County High School and Central Missouri State University. In 2004, Gilmore was studying for a master's degree in computer science at CMSU.
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