2019 NAIA Cross Country All-America Honors

NEW ORLEANS – All-Americans for the 2019 NAIA Cross Country season were named on Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Athletes of member institutions who finished in the top-30 of their respective races this past weekend at the 2019 NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, earned the distinction.

SEE MORE: NAIA Cross Country All-America History

Team titles went to the Oklahoma City men and the Madonna (Mich.) women, while Mark Shaw of Oklahoma City and Hannah Stoffel of Huntington (Ind.) won individual titles.

SEE MORE: NAIA Cross Country Championships Recap

There was a great deal of parity among the ranks as 22 different men’s teams and 22 different women’s teams had at least one All-American on its roster. Five different programs had three All-Americans, which included the national champion Crusders and Stars, as well as national runners-up SCAD Atlanta (Ga.) and Taylor (Ind.) in addition to the men of Lewis-Clark (Idaho).

On a conference level, the Cascade Conference and the Crossroads League each tied with nine nods. Not too far behind was the WHAC with eight.

See below for a full list of NAIA Cross Country All-Americans.

NAIA Cross Country
Men’s & Women’s All-Americans

MENAlex MartinSRCollege of Idaho CascadeE
MENAlexander DukesSOColumbia (Mo.) AMCE
MENBraden CurnowSRDakota State (S.D.) North StarE
MENAlex NavarroSREastern Oregon CascadeE
MENLucas EnglishJREmbry-Riddle (Ariz.) Cal PacE
MENGrady KerstJREmbry-Riddle (Ariz.) Cal PacE
MENJake WillisonSOIndiana Tech WHACE
MENChris MaxonJRIndiana Wesleyan CrossroadsE
MENChase BarrowJRLewis-Clark State (Idaho) FrontierE
MENCole OlsenJRLewis-Clark State (Idaho) FrontierE
MENClayton VanDykeJRLewis-Clark State (Idaho) FrontierE
MENTony FloydSRMadonna (Mich.) WHACE
MENNathan BakerJRMilligan (Tenn.) AACE
MENRiley SineSRNorthwest (Wash.) CascadeE
MENOscar KipKorosSROklahoma City SACE
MENMax McNeillSROklahoma City SACE
MENMark ShawSROklahoma City SACE
MENMark FrenchJROregon Tech CascadeE
MENJohnathan BowenJRSaint Mary (Kan.) KCACE
MENSeth FarmerSRShawnee State (Ohio) Mid-SouthE
MENBrandon KelseySRSouthern Oregon CascadeE
MENDaniel GerberJRTaylor (Ind.) CrossroadsE
MENJosh RothJRTaylor (Ind.) CrossroadsE
MENHunter SmithSRTaylor (Ind.) CrossroadsE
MENBrint LaubachFRThe Master's (Calif.) GSACE
MENStephen PachecoSRThe Master's (Calif.) GSACE
MENDennis KiptooSOWayland Baptist (Texas) SACE
WOMENTannah AdgateJRAquinas (Mich.) WHACE
WOMENJanie NoahSRAquinas (Mich.) WHACE
WOMENEmma JankowskiJRBethel (Ind.) CrossroadsE
WOMENReghan WorleyFRCarroll (Mont.) FrontierE
WOMENLarissa MauerSOCollege of Idaho CascadeE
WOMENMolly Vitale-SullivanJRCollege of Idaho CascadeE
WOMENKelli SmithSRCornerstone (Mich.) WHACE
WOMENAriana AndersonSOEmbry-Riddle (Ariz.) Cal PacE
WOMENMolly MitchellSOHuntington (Ind.) CrossroadsE
WOMENHannah StoffelJRHuntington (Ind.) CrossroadsE
WOMENSierra PoppellJRKentucky Christian AACE
WOMENMackenzie GurneSRMadonna (Mich.) WHACE
WOMENChristina MurphyJRMadonna (Mich.) WHACE
WOMENAlison ShapicSRMadonna (Mich.) WHACE
WOMENEireann O'Connor Montana Western FrontierE
WOMENLydia WilsonJRMontreat (N.C.) AACE
WOMENSarah OlamideFROklahoma City SACE
WOMENAlyssa CampbellSOPoint Park (Pa.) River StatesE
WOMENRuth ChepsatJRRocky Mountain (Mont.) FrontierE
WOMENKatie ClarkeJRSCAD Atlanta (Ga.) AACE
WOMENEmily KearneySRSCAD Atlanta (Ga.) AACE
WOMENSandra PflughoftSOSCAD Atlanta (Ga.) AACE
WOMENLemi WutzJRSCAD Savannah (Ga.) Sun ConferenceE
WOMENBrooke SmithSRShawnee State (Ohio) Mid-SouthE
WOMENJulia RohmSOSoutheastern (Fla.) Sun ConferenceE
WOMENSabrina BaftiriJRSt. Francis (Ill.) ChicagolandE
WOMENSarah HardenJRTaylor (Ind.) CrossroadsE
WOMENOlivia SchroderJRTaylor (Ind.) CrossroadsE
WOMENAmelia PullenFRWarner Pacific (Ore.) CascadeE
WOMENJaden RussellSRWilliam Carey (Miss.) SSACE