2018 USTFCCCA NCAA Division III Cross Country All-America Team Named

NEW ORLEANS – All-Americans for the 2018 NCAA Division III Cross Country season were announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Athletes of member institutions who finished in the top-40 of their respective races this past weekend at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships earned the distinction.

QUICK LINK: USTFCCCA NCAA Division III All-America History

The North Central (Ill.) men and the Washington (Mo.) women captured their respective gender’s team titles, while Dhruvil Patel and Paige Lawler blazed the championship trail for their teams with individual titles.

If you take one look at the list of All-Americans, you’ll understand why the Cardinals dominated the meet. North Central (Ill.) was the only NCAA DIII program with five All-Americans on its roster as it won by 67 points over Washington (Mo.). Here are those four other Cardinals who earned All-America status behind Patel: Al Baldonado, Chris Buechner, Matt Osmulski and Zach Hird.

WashU edged Johns Hopkins by one point for the women’s title (98-99) and it should come as no surprise that each of those programs had a strong number of All-Americans. The Bears and the Blue Jays each had four. Here are those All-Americans from WashU: Lawler, Aly Wayne, Sophie Watterson and Lisa Gorham. Here are those All-Americans from Johns Hopkins: Caelyn Reilly, Tasha Freed, Felicia Koerner and Therese Olshanski.

Three programs earned three All-America nods: Haverford’s men, UW-La Crosse’s men and WashU’s men. All three of those programs ended up on the podium.

No program, out of the 45 that had at least one All-American on their roster, earned more nods than WashU. The Bears had seven total All-Americans between their men and women.

On a conference level, both the NESCAC and the UAA had 10 All-Americans. The WIAC finished a close second with nine, while the Centennial Conference brought home eight.

When you break it down by classification, seniors accounted for 42 All-America nods. Juniors totaled 20, while sophomores had 13 and three freshmen were honored.

See below for a full list of NCAA Division III Cross Country All-Americans.

Men’s & Women’s Cross Country All-Americans
MENClark RicciardelliJRAmherstNew EnglandNESCAC
MENJames JonesJRBatesNew EnglandNESCAC
MENSean MacDonaldSRBowdoinNew EnglandNESCAC
MENAddison SmithJRCalvinGreat LakesMIAA
MENLucas MuellerSOCarletonCentralMIAC
MENMatthew WilkinsonSOCarletonCentralMIAC
MENRyan CutterSOChicagoMidwestUAA
MENDanny AschaleJRConnecticut CollegeNew EnglandNESCAC
MENScott MasonSRConnecticut CollegeNew EnglandNESCAC
MENMason WickerSRCornell CollegeCentralMWC
MENRyan HerlihySRHaverfordMideastCentennial
MENGreg MorganSRHaverfordMideastCentennial
MENGraham PeetSRHaverfordMideastCentennial
MENJared PangallozziSOJohns HopkinsMideastCentennial
MENJosh JanusiakSRLawrenceMidwestMWC
MENAndy VasquezJRNebraska WesleyanCentralAmerican Rivers
MENAl BaldonadoSRNorth Central (Ill.)MidwestCCIW
MENChris BuechnerSRNorth Central (Ill.)MidwestCCIW
MENZach HirdSRNorth Central (Ill.)MidwestCCIW
MENMatt OsmulskiJRNorth Central (Ill.)MidwestCCIW
MENDhruvil PatelSRNorth Central (Ill.)MidwestCCIW
MENIan McVeySROhio NorthernGreat LakesOAC
MENAndy ReischlingSRPomona-PitzerWestSCIAC
MENToler FreyaldenhovenJRRhodesSouth/SoutheastSAA
MENGrant O'ConnorSRRPIAtlanticLiberty League
MENPatrick WatsonJRStevensonMideastMAC
MENSean McAnenyJRSUNY GeneseoAtlanticSUNYAC
MENPatrick TreacySRUW-Eau ClaireMidwestWIAC
MENTyler NaultJRUW-La CrosseMidwestWIAC
MENJosh SchraederJRUW-La CrosseMidwestWIAC
MENThomas SchultzSRUW-La CrosseMidwestWIAC
MENZach KlokowJRUW-PlattevilleMidwestWIAC
MENZach LeeSRUW-PlattevilleMidwestWIAC
MENDavid FassbenderSOUW-WhitewaterMidwestWIAC
MENSam PinkowskiSOWartburgCentralAmerican Rivers
MENHarley MoyerSRWashington & JeffersonMideastPAC
MENBrad HodkinsonSRWashington (Mo.)MidwestUAA
MENPeter JohnsrudSRWashington (Mo.)MidwestUAA
MENNick MatteucciJRWashington (Mo.)MidwestUAA
MENRyan CoxJRWilliamsNew EnglandNESCAC
WOMENCassie VinceSRAlbionGreat LakesMIAA
WOMENEmily FornerSRAllegheny (Pa.)Great LakesNCAC
WOMENSarah HevenerSRAllegheny (Pa.)Great LakesNCAC
WOMENKatie BarkerSRBatesNew EnglandNESCAC
WOMENEmily BrysonSRBrandeisNew EnglandUAA
WOMENKatie DiekemaSRCalvinGreat LakesMIAA
WOMENAnnie RodenfelsSRCentreSouth/SoutheastSAA
WOMENSophie ElgamalSOChicagoMidwestUAA
WOMENKaitlyn MooneySOCoast GuardNew EnglandNEWMAC
WOMENSophia GormanSOColbyNew EnglandNESCAC
WOMENGrace GalliganJRFranciscanMideastAMCC
WOMENTasha FreedSRJohns HopkinsMideastCentennial
WOMENFelicia KoernerSRJohns HopkinsMideastCentennial
WOMENTherese OlshanskiSOJohns HopkinsMideastCentennial
WOMENCaelyn ReillyJRJohns HopkinsMideastCentennial
WOMENCourtney BeardSRLinfieldWestNWC
WOMENKassie RosenbumFRLorasCentralAmerican Rivers
WOMENKaitlyn JohnsonSOLynchburgSouth/SoutheastODAC
WOMENCassie KearneyFRMiddleburyNew EnglandNESCAC
WOMENRory KellySRMiddleburyNew EnglandNESCAC
WOMENLeandra ZimmermannSRMITNew EnglandNEWMAC
WOMENHilary ReigleSRMount UnionGreat LakesOAC
WOMENEllie BeiermannJRNebraska WesleyanCentralAmerican Rivers
WOMENClaire LambSROtterbeinGreat LakesOAC
WOMENLila CardilloFRPomona-PitzerWestSCIAC
WOMENGenny CorcoranJRSUNY GeneseoAtlanticSUNYAC
WOMENElise RamirezSRSUNY GeneseoAtlanticSUNYAC
WOMENNatalie CooperSRTCNJAtlanticNJAC
WOMENMolly McCulloughSRTrinity (Texas)South/SoutheastSCAC
WOMENMorgan MarekSRUW-Eau ClaireMidwestWIAC
WOMENHannah BeilkeSRUW-La CrosseMidwestWIAC
WOMENSadie KrollSRUW-La CrosseMidwestWIAC
WOMENCarina ColletSOWartburgCentralAmerican Rivers
WOMENLisa GorhamSRWashington (Mo.)MidwestUAA
WOMENPaige LawlerJRWashington (Mo.)MidwestUAA
WOMENSophie WattersonJRWashington (Mo.)MidwestUAA
WOMENAly WayneSRWashington (Mo.)MidwestUAA
WOMENAryn EmbretsonJRWheaton (Ill.)MidwestCCIW
WOMENHannah RoeskeSOWheaton (Ill.)MidwestCCIW
WOMENMarissa MountSRWhitworthWestNWC