Morolake Akinosun Elite Invite Key Entries Update: 12/7

The namesake Morolake Akinosun posing with her sister next to her banner at the 2022 invite



The 2024 indoor track & field season has yet to materialize, but it will be here sooner than you think. Mark your calendar for January 14 at the Dr. Conrad Worrill Track & Field Center (Gately) for the hottest action in the Midwest. 

Check out the early season watchlist: 


Doug Anderson (Sr., Highland Park): Busted on the scene last year and earned all-state honors with a solid 49.08 in the 400. He also blazed 22.15 in the 200 and will be in both events.


Daisha Brunson (So., Hoffman Estates Conant): One of the best young talented hurdlers in the country. Brunson clocked a sizzling 13.97 as a freshman and earned 4th in the USATF National 100HH final last summer. 

Nevaeh Burns (Fr., Oak Park MI/Motor City TC): She was already established as one of the nation's top emerging long sprinters before she entered high school.  Last year, she earned All-American honors indoors and outdoors at several national championships. Burns won her AAU national age group 400 in 54.51! In addition, she was allowed to compete for the high school relays at the New Balance Nationals Outdoors, which scored several All-American placements.

Morgan Roundtree (Sr., Oak Park MI/Motor City TC): The University of Miami signee won the 2023 NBNO 100H title in a PB 13.79. As part of the All-American relay crew, Roundtree is no stranger to the long sprints. She is entered in the 400m at AEI.