2012 Women?s Cross Country All-Americans Announced

2012 Women?s Cross Country All-Americans Announced
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced the 2012 Women's Cross Country All-Americans on Monday. The top-30 individual finishers at the 33rd Annual NAIA Women's Cross Country National Championships held Nov. 17 at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in Vancouver, Wash., were bestowed with the accolade.

Eastern Oregon senior Karlee Coffey headlines the honorees as the only four-time All-American. Coffey collected three top-five finishes in her four years with a career-best result coming in 2010 when she was runner-up.

Senior Kelly Thompson of Cal State San Marcos earned her third All-American honor, while eight runners become two-time All-Americans. Twenty others posted their first top-30 finish.

2012 Women's Cross Country All-Americans (Ordered by finish at the National Championship)

Hillary Holt Jr. College of Idaho
Sharon Ronoh Sr. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.)
Karlee Coffey Sr. Eastern Oregon
Hannah Helker So. Oklahoma Baptist
Kelly Thompson Sr. Cal State San Marcos
Maria Bernard So. British Columbia
Jackie Regan So. British Columbia
Hannah Kellerman Jr. The Master’s (Calif.)
Sarah Johnson Jr. College of Idaho
Sora Klopfenstein Jr. College of Idaho
Kelsey Klettke Sr. Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)
Kortney Ellingboe Sr. Olivet Nazarene (Ill.)
Rocio Pelayo Sr. Concordia (Calif.)
Sarah Kortze Sr. Concordia (Neb.)
Kellian Hunt Fr. Biola (Calif.)
Julie Oosterhouse So. Cornerstone (Mich.)
Hilary Halford Jr. St. Francis (Ill.)
Danielle Hoop So. Cumberlands (Ky.)
Darcy Mascotti Sr. Cumberlands (Ky.)
Linsie Michels Sr. Concordia (Ore.)
Katrina Nolan Fr. Oklahoma City
Rhianna Grossman Jr. Carroll (Mont.)
Kristen Garwood Fr. Hannibal-LaGrange
Sarah Reimer Jr. British Columbia
Aleona Reyes Jr. Jamestown (N.D.)
Karis Frankian Fr. The Master’s (Calif.)
Amelie De Fenoyl So. British Columbia
Jordan Mathes Fr. Carroll (Mont.)
Kathryn Dean Fr. Olivet Nazarene (Ill.)
Abby Jahn So. Illinois Tech

Championship Information

NAIA Women's Cross Country Championship

November 22, 2019 
Vancouver, Washington