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Christi Myers Lutman, 1999 graduate of Raytown South High School has been selected to the University of Missouri’s Athletic Hall of Fame.

According to Mizzou Athletics website, Myers was one of the “central figures in the establishment of Mizzou’s volleyball program as one of national prominence.”

Myers was an American Volleyball Coaches Association All-American in 2002.  She will holds the record for blocks with 454, and is third all time at MU in hitting percentage at .322 and fourth in kills at 1,476. 

Myers also doubled as a high jumper for the Tiger Track & Field team. She was only the third female in Mizzou history to clear the six-foot mark, and she was a three-time All-Big 12 performer, highlighted by placing second in 2001 and third in 2002.

While at Raytown South, the Cardinals, under head coach Shirley Earley were three time conference volleyball champions.  Myers was a three year all-conference selection in volleyball and was conference player of the year as a senior. 

Induction ceremonies are scheduled in Columbia on February 1st, and the inductees will be introduced at half time of the MU men’s basketball game against Vanderbilt on February 2nd.