INDIANAPOLIS –Thirteen student-athletes from Alaska Anchorage's men's and women's track & field teams have been selected to compete at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships. The national meet will be held May 25-27 at the IMG Academy Complex in Bradenton, Fla.

The Seawolves, who's 13 qualifiers – 7 men, 6 women – top the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, will have seven competing in individual events and four competing in multiple events. Additionally, the Seawolves qualified both 4x400-meter relays.

For the women's team, All-American Karolin Anders qualified in the high jump and heptathlon, while freshman Vanessa Aniteye will make her NCAA outdoor debut in the open 400 meters and relay. Qualifying for both distance events was senior All-American Dominik Notz in the 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters for the men. Notz enters with the fourth-fastest time in the 10K at 29:12.23.

Meanwhile, sophomore Danielle McCormick, the UAA record holder in the 800 meters at 2:07.60, enters the championships with the third-fastest time. The UAA-record holder in the high jump at 6-11 is senior Tevin Gladden, who will be making his NCAA outdoor debut.

Competing in the 3,000-meter steeplechase for the men is junior Edwin Kangogo, while junior Mariah Burroughs will represented the women's team in the race.

Making up the men's relay is seniors Adam Commandeur and Travis Turner, junior Liam Lindsay and sophomore Nicholas Taylor, while Aniteye, McCormick and seniors Hayley Bezanson and Mary-Kathleen Cross will make up the women's relay.

Adam Commandeur

Alaska Anchorage

4x400 Relay

Tevin Gladden

Alaska Anchorage

High Jump

Edwin Kangogo

Alaska Anchorage

Steeplechase

Liam Lindsay

Alaska Anchorage

4x400 Relay

Dominik Notz

Alaska Anchorage

5,000 Meters, 10,000 Meters

Nicholas Taylor

Alaska Anchorage

4x400 Relay

Travis Turner

Alaska Anchorage

4x400 Relay

Karolin Anders

Alaska Anchorage

High Jump, Heptathlon

Vanessa Aniteye

Alaska Anchorage

400 Meters, 4x400 Relay

Hayley Bezanson

Alaska Anchorage

4x400 Relay

Mariah Burroughs

Alaska Anchorage

Steeplechase

Mary-Kathleen Cross

Alaska Anchorage

4x400 Relay

Danielle McCormick

Alaska Anchorage

800 Meters, 4x400 Relay