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Competitors
Men's Basketball (5)
♦  Linas Kleiza, Missouri (Lithuania)
♦  Sasha Kaun, Kansas (Russia)
♦  Ade Dagunduro, Nebraska (Nigeria)
♦  Aleks Maric, Nebraska (Australia)
♦  Kevin Durant, Texas (USA)

Women's Basketball (1)
♦  Chelsea Aubry, Nebraska (Canada)

Diving (3)
♦  Troy Dumais, Texas (USA)
♦  Jaele Patrick, Texas A&M (Australia)
♦  Eric Sehn, Texas A&M (Canada)

Soccer (4)
♦  Liana Salazar, Kansas (Colombia)
♦  Ingrid Vidal, Kansas (Colombia)
♦  Karina LeBlanc, Nebraska (Canada)
♦  Brittany Timko, Nebraska (Canada)

Swimming (17)
♦  Therese Alshammar, Nebraska (Sweden)
♦  Cammile Adams, Texas A&M (USA)
♦  Ricky Berens, Texas (USA)
♦  Susana Escobar, Texas (Mexico)
♦  Jimmy Feigen, Texas (USA)
♦  Brendan Hansen, Texas (USA)
♦  Kathleen Hersey, Texas (USA)
♦  Breeja Larson, Texas A&M (USA)
♦  Christian Schurr, Texas (Mexico)
♦  Trilin Aljand, Texas A&M (Estonia)
♦  Alia Atkinson, Texas A&M (Jamaica)
♦  Erica Dittmer, Texas A&M (Mexico)
♦  Amini Fonua, Texas A&M (Tonga)
♦  Lili Ibanez, Texas A&M (Mexico)
♦  Rita Medrano, Texas A&M (Mexico)
♦  Kim Pavlin, Texas A&M (Croatia)
♦  Julia Wilkinson, Texas A&M (Canada)

Track & Field (51)
♦  Emma Coburn, Colorado (USA)
♦  Kara (Grgas-Wheeler) Goucher, Colorado (USA)
♦  Shalaya Kipp, Colorado (USA)
♦  Dathan Ritzenhein, Colorado (USA)
♦  Jenny (Barringer) Simpson, Colorado (USA)
♦  Guor Marial, Iowa State (South Sudan)*
♦  Lisa (Koll) Uhl, Iowa State (USA)
♦  Ian Warner, Iowa State (Canada)
♦  Diamond Dixon, Kansas (USA)
♦  Darius Draudvila, Kansas State (Lithuania)
♦  Korene Hinds, Kansas State (Jamaica)
♦  Jeffrey Julmis, Kansas State (Haiti)
♦  Erik Kynard Jr., Kansas State (USA)
♦  Beverly Ramos, Kansas State (Puerto Rico)
♦  Austra Skujyte, Kansas State (Lithuania)
♦  Christian Cantwell, Missouri (USA)
♦  Gyorgyi Farkas, Nebraska (Hungary)
♦  Chantae McMillan, Nebraska (USA)
♦  Carl Myerscough, Nebraska (Great Britain)
♦  Ineta Radevica, Nebraska (Latvia)
♦  Brittany Borman, Oklahoma (USA)
♦  Tia Brooks, Oklahoma (USA)
♦  Latoya Greaves, Oklahoma (Jamaica)
♦  Laverne Jones-Ferrette, Oklahoma (US Virgin Islands)
♦  Kerri-Ann Mitchell, Oklahoma (Canada)
♦  Dylan Armstrong, Texas (Canada)
♦  Michelle Carter, Texas (USA)
♦  Marquise Goodwin, Texas (USA)
♦  Trey Hardee, Texas (USA)
♦  Bianca Knight, Texas (USA)
♦  Samyr Laine, Texas, (Haiti)
♦  Leo Manzano, Texas (USA)
♦  Raasin McIntosh, Texas (Liberia)
♦  Allison Peter, Texas (U.S. Virgin Islands)
♦  Sanya Richards-Ross, Texas (USA)
♦  Christy Udoh, Texas (Nigeria)
♦  Melaine Walker, Texas (Jamaica)
♦  Kanika Beckles, Texas A&M (Grenada)
♦  Wayne Davis II, Texas A&M (Trinidad & Tobago)
♦  Tabarie Henry, Texas A&M (U.S. Virgin Islands)
♦  Deon Lendore, Texas A&M (Trinidad & Tobago)
♦  Gerald Phiri, Texas A&M (Zambia)
♦  Demetrius Pinder, Texas A&M (Bahamas
)
♦  Jeneba Tarmoh, Texas A&M (USA)
♦  Shane Brathwaite, Texas Tech (Barbados)
♦  Sally Kipyego, Texas Tech (Kenya)
♦  Shereefa Lloyd, Texas Tech (Jamaica)
♦  Jamele Mason, Texas Tech (Puerto Rico)
♦  Michael Mathieu, Texas Tech (Bahamas)
♦  Andrae Willams, Texas Tech (Puerto Rico)
♦  Jason Young, Texas Tech (USA)

Volleyball (2)
♦  Jordan Larson, Nebraska (USA)
♦  Destinee Hooker, Texas (USA)

Wrestling (6)
Justin Lester, Iowa State (USA)
♦  Jake Varner, Iowa State (USA)
♦  Jordan Burroughs, Nebraska (USA)
♦  Jared Frayer, Oklahoma (USA)
♦  Sam Hazewinkel, Oklahoma (USA)
♦  Coleman Scott, Oklahoma State (USA)

* - ISU's Guor Marial's is officially listed as an independent athlete without a national affiliation. Though living in Arizona, he is from South Sudan, which declared its independence from Sudan in 2011 after years of civil war. South Sudan is not yet recognized by the International Olympic Committee.

Coaches/Support Staff
Women's Basketball (1)
♦  Bo Overton, Oklahoma (assistant) (China)

Diving (1)
♦  Matt Scroggin, Texas (USA)

Swimming (3)
♦  Jan Birdman, Nebraska (assistant) (USA)
♦  Eddie Reese, Texas (assistant) (USA)
♦  Steve Bultman, Texas A&M (assistant) (USA)

Wrestling (4)
♦  Mark Manning, Nebraska (USA)
♦  Dr. Robert Hines, Oklahoma (doctor) (USA)
♦  Keith Wilson, Oklahoma (volunteer assistant) (USA)
♦  John Smith, Oklahoma State (USA)


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