All-America Honors for 2011 Division III Cross Country Season Released

By Tom Lewis, USTFCCCA

November 21, 2011   

NEW ORLEANS – The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced on Monday the 70 student-athletes that received All-America honors for the 2011 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.

While the men of North Central (Ill.) won their 14th overall NCAA team title on Saturday, national runner-up Haverford and fifth-place UW-Oshkosh led the country with three student-athletes earning All-America honors. North Central, along with Washington (Mo.), St. Lawrence, Calvin, and SUNY Geneseo, each had two athletes garner All-America plaudits.

The NESCAC and UAA led all conferences with five men’s athletes taking All-America honors. The NCAC, Centennial Conference, and WIAC each had four.

On the women’s side, national champion Washington (Mo.) had four athletes garner All-America honors as Erica Jackey, Lucy Cheadle, Sarah Fisher, and Molly Wawrzyniak each placed in the championship’s top 25 overall. Middlebury, Williams, and Johns Hopkins each have two on the All-America honor roll.

The UAA has the most women’s athletes among conferences listed as All-Americans with six. The NESCAC (5), IIAC (3), and Centennial Conference (3) followed.

2011 USTFCCCA Division III Cross Country All-Americans

MEN

Bobby Over Allegheny
Tully Hannan Bates
Coby Horowitz Bowdoin
Dan Kerr Calvin
Matt Vander Roest Calvin
Evan Gates Carnegie Mellon
John Kieffer Centre
William Whitmore Chicago
Makorobondo Salukomb Denison
Noah Droddy DePauw
Dylan Straughan Dickinson
Eric Reichert Elizabethtown
Jack Deichert Hamline
Jordan Schilit Haverford
Brian Sokas Haverford
Andrew Sturner Haverford
Michael Schmidt Middlebury
Matthew Perez North Central (Ill.)
Neal Klein North Central (Ill.)
James Vavra Rochester
John Johnston St. Lawrence
Steve Kiplagat St. Lawrence
Ben Sathre St. Thomas (Minn.)
Lee Berube SUNY Geneseo
Eddie Novara SUNY Geneseo
Matt Rand Tufts
Nate Stymiest UW-Oshkosh
Tyler Morey UW-Oshkosh
Sean Kutz UW-Oshkosh
Tim Nelson UW-Stout
Kevin McCarthy Wabash
Michael Burnstein Washington (Mo.)
Tucker Hartley Washington (Mo.)
Bryan Marsh Wesleyan (Conn.)
Mark Phillips Wheaton (Ill.)

WOMEN

Keri Lambert Amherst
Jodi Hoekstra Calvin
Emily Wobb Carnegie Mellon
Rachel Ohman Chicago
Breanna Deutsch Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Sheena Crawley Franklin & Marshall
Holly Clarke Johns Hopkins
Hannah Eckstein Johns Hopkins
Paige Mills Keene State
Emma Spoon Luther
Sophia Stone Mary Baldwin
Margo Cramer Middlebury
Addie Tousley Middlebury
Linda Keller Minnesota Morris
Molly Martorella Oberlin
Alison Steinbrunner Ohio Northern
Stefanie Braun Plattsburgh State
Annie Lydens Pomona-Pitzer
Jena Peacock Rowan
Ivette Mejia Saint Vincent
Molly Carl Southern Maine
Jenna Hulton St. Lawrence
Emma Lee St. Olaf
Alyson Dalton SUNY Cortland
Christy Cazzola UW-Oshkosh
Kelly Haen UW-Stevens Point
Alana Enabnit Wartburg
Emily Eimers Wartburg
Erica Jackey Washington (Mo.)
Lucy Cheadle Washington (Mo.)
Sarah Fisher Washington (Mo.)
Molly Wawrzyniak Washington (Mo.)
Randelle Boots Wellesley
Chiara Del Piccolo Williams
Alison Smith Williams