All-America Honors for 2010 Division III Cross Country Season Released

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

November 21, 2010   

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced on Sunday the 70 student-athletes that received All-America honors for the 2010 NCAA Division III Cross Country season. Overall finish at the NCAA Championships is the determining factor as the top 35 individuals from both men’s and women’s races earn All-America plaudits from the USTFCCCA.

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Haverford’s men earned five All-America honors as the national championship team placed two in the overall top 20, including race winner Anders Hulleberg. Chris Southwick, Lucas Fuentes, Jordan Schilit, and Eric Arnold completed the lineup that brought home the first NCAA Division III national title of any athletics team in school history.

Runners-up North Central (Ill.) placed four in the race’s top 35 for All-America honors. Conference leaders included the WIAC with six All-America honors, followed by the CCIW and Centennial Conference who captured five apiece.

On the women’s side, UW Eau Claire had three capture All-America honors as the team leader in the category. Johns Hopkins had two runners earn the honor. National team champion Middlebury did not have a runner finish in the race’s overall top 35. The best among conferences in the All-America count goes to the WIAC with four, followed by the SCIAC, UAA, and NESCAC which had three apiece.

On Monday, Division III’s National Athletes of the Year will be named and on Tuesday, National Coaches of the Year will be released.

2010 USTFCCCA Division III Cross Country All-Americans

MEN

Name Institution
Jermaine Parker Allegheny
Matt Bowman Augustana (Ill.)
Nick Kramer Calvin
Makorobondo Salukombo Denison
Eric Reichert Elizabethtown
Peter Kosgei Hamilton
Devin Monson Hamline
Anders Hulleberg Haverford
Chris Southwick Haverford
Lucas Fuentes Haverford
Jordan Schilit Haverford
Eric Arnold Haverford
William Way Ithaca
Michael Spain North Central (Ill.)
Neal Klein North Central (Ill.)
Matthew Perez North Central (Ill.)
Nathan Warstler North Central (Ill.)
Mike Heymann Plattsburgh State
James Vavra Rochester
Steve Kiplagat St. Lawrence
John Johnston St. Lawrence
Jeremy Mwenda St. Lawrence
Ben Sathre St. Thomas (Minn.)
Lee Berube SUNY Geneseo
Ryan O’Connor SUNY Geneseo
Eddie Novara SUNY Geneseo
Nate Stymeist UW Oshkosh
Jason Garvens UW Platteville
Patrick Klein UW Platteville
Terry Witkowski UW Stevens Point
Joel Heroux UW Stevens Point
Peter Johnston UW Stout
Seth Einterz Wabash
Michael Burnstein Washington (Mo.)
Stefan Redfield Willamette

WOMEN

Ali Simeone Amherst
Kimberly Chinn Baldwin-Wallace
Carolyn Baskir Bowdoin
Justine Jeroski Case Western Reserve
Liz Lawton Chicago
Jennifer Tave Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Caitlin Dorgan Delaware Valley
Cecilia Furlong Johns Hopkins
Christina Valerio Johns Hopkins
Paige Mills Keene State
Linda Keller Minnesota Morris
Alina Gatowski MIT
Mary Kate Beyer Monmouth (Ill.)
Amanda Laesch North Central (Ill.)
Joanna Johnson Oberlin
Alison Steinbrunner Ohio Northern
Kat Zimmerly Ohio Wesleyan
Annie Lydens Pomona-Pitzer
Jena Peacock Rowan
Catie Ellingson Simpson (Iowa)
Wendy Pavlus St. Lawrence
Jenny Scherer St. Norbert
Emma Lee St. Olaf
Alyson Dalton SUNY Cortland
Marissa Liberati SUNY Geneseo
Elizabeth Prunty UW Eau Claire
Margaret Ho UW Eau Claire
Alyssa Sybilrud UW Eau Claire
Christy Cazzola UW Oshkosh
Lori Tlach Wartburg
Taryn Surtees Washington (Mo.)
Randelle Boots Wellesley
Michelle Callaway Whittier
Kimber Mattox Willamette
Jennifer Gossels Williams