Freeman was one of seven Americans to bring home gold for Team USA.
Former Saluki Bianca Stuart (Bahamas) and freshman Nikolai Gall (Barbados) will compete at the IAAF World Championships and Pan-Am Junior Athletics Championships both in August, respectively.
McCall finished second in the hammer throw and fourth in the shot put, falling just short of qualifying in the latter as well.
Shemonia finished third but his time of 30:37.36 at the MVC Outdoor Championships in May qualified as an A standard time.
Freeman will participate in the Pan Am Junior Athletics Championships held in Medellin, Columbia, from Aug. 23-25.
Participated in three events (mile, 3000m, 5000m) in six meets indoors and three events (1500m, 5000m, 10,000m) in four meets outdoors...Scored in the MVC Outdoor Championships with fifth-place finish in the 10,000m...MVC championships 10K time of 30:37.36 qualified him as a member of Team USA for the Pan-Am Junior Athletics Championships in Columbia.
Track team captain all four years...All-Conference all four years in five different events...Conference champion in at least two events each year in high school in four different events...Won four individual conference titles his senior year in the 800m, 1600m, 3200m, and 4x800m races...Holds four different school records...Named an All-American his sophomore year in the 200m steeplechase...All-Conference three years in cross country and conference champion his junior and senior seasons.
Born March 31, 1994 in Cape Girardeau, Mo., to Joseph Shemonia and Toni Hammes...Stepfather, Kevin Hammes, is a physical therapy assistant...His mother is a registered nurse...Has three siblings...Majoring in mechanical engineering.