2017 NJCAA Division I Cross Country All-Americans

NEW ORLEANS – All-Americans for the 2017 NJCAA Division I Cross Country season were announced Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Athletes of member institutions who finished in the top-15 of their respective races this past weekend at the 2017 NJCAA Division I Cross Country Championships earned the honor.

Four different men’s programs earned two or more All-America honors, led by national champion Iowa Central with three. The Tritons were joined by Central Arizona, Cloud County (Kan.) and South Plains (Texas) in that regard.

Over on the women’s side, three different programs nabbed multiple All-America honors – once again led by national champion Iowa Central. The Tritons had three, while South Plains (Texas) and Southern Idaho each had two.

See below for a full list of NJCAA Division I Cross Country All-Americans.

2017 USTFCCCA NJCAA Division I All-Americans – Men

Name Class Program
Ikageng Gaorekwe FR Central Arizona
Manuel Olivo-Quinones FR Central Arizona
Moses Dirane SO Cloud County (Kan.) CC
Thobile Mosito SO Cloud County (Kan.) CC
Karim Achengli SO Iowa Central CC
Jhordan Ccope FR Iowa Central CC
Ezekiel Kipchirchir FR Iowa Central CC
Jack Mastandrea SO Louisburg (N.C.)
Alex Masai FR Monroe (N.Y.)
Brian Jacques FR North Iowa Area CC
Andrew Bosquez FR South Plains (Texas)
Felix Kosgei SO South Plains (Texas)
Eric Fitzpatrick FR Southern Idaho
Daniel Haymes SO Trinidad State (Colo.) JC
Evan Franklin SO Vincennes (Ind.)

 

2017 USTFCCCA NJCAA Division I All-Americans – Women

Name Class Program
Alliana Atencio FR Central Arizona
Winnie Kibet SO Colby (Kan.) CC
Shalet Mitei SO El Paso CC
Sandra Szpott SO Garden City (Kan.) CC
Marion Bartilol FR Iowa Central CC
Adva Cohen FR Iowa Central CC
Aaliyah Regg Wajid SO Iowa Central CC
Ashley Lindeman SO Lansing (Mich.) CC
Esther Gitahi FR New Mexico JC
Seselia Dala SO South Plains (Texas)
Leslie Romero SO South Plains (Texas)
Shaylee Hill FR Southern Idaho
Bailey Wall FR Southern Idaho
Toni Moore FR Trinidad State (Colo.) JC
Anais Da Silva SO Vincennes (Ind.)