Marlee Tegenkamp
Marlee Tegenkamp
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Lee's Summit, Mo.
High School: Lee's Summit HS
Position: Distance

2011-2012: Cross Country: The Lions top runner and a USTFCC Coaches Association All-Academic selection, Tegenkamp earned All-American honors for the Lions taking 30th at the Division II National Championships covering the 6k course in 22:08.6....took second at the South Central Regional Championship where she covered the 6k course in Wichita Falls, TX in 21:45.6, earning All-Region honors.....lead the Lions to a second place finish at the MIAA Championships where she took home runner-up honors covering the 6k course in 21:06.42, earning All-MIAA honors...took first at the Jockling Jocks Invite winning with a 5k time of 17:56.....

2010-11: Outdoor: Competed in the 1500m race at Bill Williams/Bob Laptab (4/29/11) with a time of 5:00.14...In the 3k race at Arkansas Spring Invitational (4/2/11) Tegenkamp ran 10:48.17...With a time of 18:29.12 Marlee took 3rd place in the 5k at John McDonnell Invitational (4/22/11)... Indoor: Ran a qualified time of 5:08.39 in the mile at Tyson Invitational (2/11/11)...Another qualified time of 10:16.51 in the 3k at the Tyson Invitational (2/11/11)...Cross Country: Tegenkamp was the Lions' top runner in 2010, helping the team to three second place finishes and two third place finishes, including a second place at the MIAA Championships and a third place showing at the Regional, qualifying the team for the NCAA Nationals ... She was an All-MIAA selection after finishing 8th at the MIAA meet ... Was also an All-Region pick after placing 12th at that meet. Marlee was All-Conference in the Distant medley relay at the MIAA Indoor Championships...

2009-10: Cross country: Was a top 5 performer for the Lions in all races... placed 11th at the Arkansas XC Invitational finishing in 15:03 for the 4k course... ran a season best 5k of 18:04.29 at the Missouri Southern Stampede placing 14th... earned All-MIAA status and Freshman of the Year with a 6th place finish covering the 6k course at Emporia State University in 22:08.65, helping the Lions to a record low 18-point finish and fourth consecutive championship... at the DII South Central Regional placed 7th gaining All-Regional status with a 6k time of 21:57.73 and again helping the lions to another record low 18-point team finish and third straight championship... at the NCAA DII Championships hosted by Southern Indiana placed 68th, with a time of 22:33.1 over the 6k course to help the Lions to a 104 point 3rd place finish, the highest place ever by the MSSU women's cross country team; Indoor: Redshirt season; Outdoor: Competed at the FSU Relays, racing in the 5k with a time of 18:04.96, placing 12th and the 1500m with a time of 4:52.62, placing 23rd... season was cut short due to injury, redshirt season.