2017-18 Men's Track & Field
Taylor Allen Sprints
Dylan Antonides Throws
Kyle Baker Pole Vault
Charles Banks Mid-Distance
Joey Black Distance
Alexander Bruno Mid-Distance
Aaron Clark Jr. Multi-Events
Tony Elliott Throws
Zack Fortener Multi-Events
Victor Fortin Distance
Tyler Grimes Mid-Distance
Andrew Guzek Throws
Montel Hall Jumps
Da'Quan Harrell Sprints
Steven Helm
Connor Hickey Multi-Events
Quinten Holley Sprints/Hurdles
Nate Izewski Distance
Stacey Jones
Lucas Lavendusky
Jack Mader Distance
Will Maidment Jumps
Collin McCullough Jumps
Sidney Noble Distance
Bryce Otterbach Sprints
Dominic Paoletti Distance
Jake Rasawehr Throws
Peter Rhodes Throws
Brandon Riley Sprints
Malik Riley Sprints/Jumps
James Sampson Sprints
Jeremy Seiler Pole Vault
Ben Sekuloski Sprints
Evan Snow Pole Vault
Cole Stradtmann
Zach Topper Pole Vault
Alexander Watson Pole Vault
T.J. Weinzimmer
Nathan Woltmann Pole Vault
Jack Worman Sprints
Josh Yonker Sprints
Tim Zange Mid-Distance
Ben Zibricky Mid-Distance
Full Roster
Cameron Beisel

Cameron Beisel

Events Jumps
Yr. Sr.
Hometown Noblesville, Ind.
High School (Prev. School) Noblesville

2016: For indoor, received a season-high of 3,834 in the heptathlon…Ran a 9.23 in the 60m hurdles…leaped 5’11 1/4" in the high jump…18’4 1/2" in the long jump…for outdoor, crossed the finish at 17.27 in the 110m hurdles…12.28 in the 100m sprint…5’11 1/4" in the high jump…tossed the javelin 87’9 1/4".

2015: During his freshman campaign, the jumper had an indoor leap of 18’8” in the long jump…a 39’1 3/4" in the triple jump…amassed a season-best of 3,766 points in the heptathlon…led the team with a time of 16.39 in the outdoor 110m hurdles…17’6 1/4" in the long jump…a toss of 95’7” in the javelin.

Prep: One-year letter winner for the Millers…two letters in football…football academic all-state.

Personal: Son of Cindy and Jaimie Beisel…major is mechanical engineering.