Meier honored as top Class 4 female athlete in Southwest Missouri
Kylie Meier’s track and field career at Camdenton was one to remember.
The University of Arkansas athlete, who became a three-time defending state champion in the 300 hurdles and won a 100 hurdles title last spring, was recognized one more time after winning her second Aldo Sebben Award at the Southwest Coaches Cross County meet last weekend. The award, named after a long time Missouri State track coach and athletic director, honors the outstanding female athlete for each class in southwest Missouri and Meier was privileged with Class 4 honors.
During her time as a Laker, Meier also helped one of the relay teams earn a state title and played a key role in helping the program capture the 2017 team state championship as well. Overall, Meier earned All-State honors in six individual events and four relay events during her four years with the Lakers and time will soon tell what the collegiate ranks have in store.