Some players are finishing their college careers, while a few have hit an early stride to make their way onto our list of four players to watch during the upcoming indoor track & field season.
Last season as a sophomore, Bates' David Pless was named the Division III New England Champion in shot put, he then went on to win the national championship in shot put with a 60-6.5 score.
Senior Dominique Kone won the national championship in the 60m sprint the past two years in a row. Last season, his time (6.75) was a facility record and .05 seconds faster than the second-place finisher.
Last season, Wartburg sophomore Jonas Elusme earned his second All-American honor after his fifth-place finish in the national championship men's high jump, clearing a height of 2.05m. Elusme also won the championship for long jump.
During his career at St. Thomas (Minn.), senior Mike Hutton has earned five All-American honors and set three school records in the 800m (1:49.3), the 600m (1:10.85) and the 1000m (2:27). Hutton finished last season with a national title in the 800m.