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Mizzou Student-Athletes Participate in 2022 SEC Career Tour

SEC Career Tour 2022

ATLANTA, Ga. – Two University of Missouri student-athletes will participate in the 2022 Southeastern Conference Career Tour Tuesday, Nov. 29 to Thursday, Dec. 1. Isabella Alessio from soccer and Mitchell Small from cross country / track & field will represent Mizzou at the annual event.

Twenty-seven student-athletes from across the conference will get the opportunity to visit headquarters and meet with corporate executives in the Atlanta area. The group plans to visit organizations such as Mercedes Benz Stadium, Cox Enterprises, KPMG, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHP), Mercedes Benz USA and Lockhead Martin.

A panel of former Career Tour participants will visit with this year’s group, including Jackson Hawthorne, Diego Chavarria, Aubrey Sultemeier, Kathryn Cosgrove and Akiya Thymes. Additionally, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey will spend time with the 2022 participants.

This year will be the sixth time (2016-19, 2021-22) student-athletes from around the league will gather in Atlanta for the Career Tour, as the SEC continues to provide opportunities for exposure for conference student-athletes seeking career opportunities in various fields.

2022 SEC Career Tour Participants

Ella Burgess (Alabama Gymnastics)

Kennedy Muckelroy (Alabama Volleyball)

Christopher Bailey (Arkansas Track & Field)

Daszay Freeman (Arkansas Track & Field)

Maddison Bondon (Auburn Soccer)

Jan Galka (Auburn Men’s Tennis)

Taylor Baksay (Florida Soccer)

Will Davis (Florida Swimming & Diving)

Titiana Marsh (Georgia Track & Field)

Richard Clark (Kentucky Rifle)

Mikayla Kowalik (Kentucky Softball)

Adele Broussard (LSU Track & Field)

Lindsi Jennings (LSU Soccer)

Lea Horvath (Ole Miss Rifle)

Jared Lawrence (Ole Miss Football)

Shea Moreno (Mississippi State Softball)

Sam Smith (Mississippi State Track & Field)

Isabella Alessio (Missouri Soccer)

Mitchell Small (Missouri Cross Country/Track & Field)

Claire Pound (South Carolina Equestrian)

Destinee Rocker (South Carolina Track & Field)

Jake Hall (Tennessee Men’s Golf)

Kiki Milloy (Tennessee Softball)

Jace Brown (Texas A&M Swimming & Diving)

Star Ferguson (Texas A&M Softball)

Ben Bresnahan (Vanderbilt Football)

Ella Shamburger (Vanderbilt Soccer)

This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics