Missouri's Natasha Kaiser-Brown's incredible track career included two Olympic appearances, six NCAA All-America nods and five Big Eight Conference Championships. At Mizzou, Kaiser-Brown set a pair of school records in both the Indoor and Outdoor 400m Dash and posted five total program top-10 marks. Kaiser-Brown was named 1989 Big Eight Conference Female Athlete of the year after winning the 1989 NCAA Indoor 400m Dash Championship. During her career with the Tigers, Kaiser-Brown won five conference championships and earned NCAA All-America honors six times. She built on her incredible collegiate performances by making 16 different U.S. National Teams and appearing in a pair of Summer Olympic Games. Kaiser-Brown earned a silver medal in the 4x400m relay in the 1992 Barcelona Summer Olympics and also participated in the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics. She won the silver medal in the 1993 World Championships in the 400m Dash and was part of a winning 4x400m squad that posted a time of 3:16.71 which was the second-fastest time by an American team at the time.