Cross Country Acomplishments

Accomplishments since the inaugural season of 2004:

16 U.S. Citizen/USTCCCA all-Americans

7 NJCAA all-Americans

140 NJCAA Region XI honorees

2 NJCAA Region XI championships - Men in 2011, 2012

6-time Men's Mustang Gallop Champions - 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012

2006 Augustana Invitational champions - Men's junior college division

2-time men's and women's Chief Invitational champions - 2007, 2008

2-time men's St. Ambrose Fighting Bee Invitational champions - 2014, 2017

2011 Dr. Tucker Invitational champions - men

2017 men's Roy Griak Invitational Division III runner-up - men

2017 men's NIACC's Trent Smith Invitational champions

2018 men's Grand View Viking Invitational champions

NIACC AT NATIONALS

A look back at how the NIACC men's and women's teams have placed at the national meet:

Year Men Women
2004 22nd No team score
2005 11th 20th
2006 12th No team score
2007 21st 28th
2008 13th 18th
2009 11th 20th
2010 14th 14th
2011 4th 15th
2012 6th 24th
2013 15th 13th
2014 8th 13th
2015 12th 30th
2016 9th 28th
2017 18th 29th
2018 25th 23rd

NJCAA Men's All-Americans

2011 - Trent Smith, honorable mention

2015 - Imad Amenzou, honorable mention

2017 - Brian Jacques, second team

U.S. Citizen Men's All-Americans

2005 - Jimmy Lanik
2006 - Zach Bales-Henry
2007 - Dan Mayer
2011 - Trent Smith
2012 - Trent Smith
2012 - Jonny Worley
2014 - Trey Simons
2014 - Jaime Zarate

USTFCCCA Men's All-Americans

2014 - Trey Simons
2014 - Jaime Zarate
2015 - Imad Amenzou
2016 - Wal Khat
2017 - Brian Jacques
NJCAA Women's All-Americans
2010 - Anna Buenneke, second team
2011 - Anna Buenneke, first team
2013 - Hannah Palmeter, second team
2014 - Hannah Palmeter, first team
U.S. Citizen Women's All-Americans
2005 - Elly Meyer
2010 - Anna Buenneke
2011 - Anna Buenneke
2013 - Hannah Palmeter
USTFCCCA Women's All-Americans
2014 - Hannah Palmeter

NIACC MEN'S ALL-REGION PERFORMERS

Since the 2004 season, a total of 82 NIACC men have earned all-region honors:

2004 (4) — Andy Kaspar (1st team); Andrew Flugum (2nd team); Matt Crooks (2nd team); Brian Haeflinger (2nd team).

2005 (2) — Jimmy Lanik (1st team); Zach Bales-Henry (1st team).

2006 (5) — Dan Mayer (1st team, individual champion); Zach Bales-Henry (1st team); Beau Woosley (2nd team); Andrew Townsend (2nd team); Jeremiah Yassin (2nd team).

2007 (5) — Dan Mayer (2nd team); Sam Mayer (HM); Seth Blanchard (HM); Sean Coleman (HM); Juan Rodriguez (HM).

2008 (7) — Raleigh Morgan (2nd team), Casey Robertson (2nd team), Mayai Cobai (HM), Sam Meyer (HM), Torey Stallsmith (HM), Zach McDill (HM), Brandon Liebold (HM).

2009 (7) — Raleigh Morgan (1st team); Brandon Liebold (2nd team); Casey Robertson (HM); Brett Castek (HM);    Jordan Crosser (HM); Devan Strowder (HM); Jacob Vonnahme (HM).

2010 (6) — Kipyegon Bett (2nd team); Brett Castek (HM); Andrew Corcoran (HM); Blake Nelson (HM); Tom Peterson (HM); Joe Tilleskjor (HM).

2011 (9) — Cody Manchester (1st team, individual champion); Marquez Hobson (1st team); Trent Smith (1st team); RJ Harris (1st team); Jonny Worley (1st team); Kipyegon Bett (2nd team); OJ Ojullu (2nd team); Andy Corcoran (HM); Blake Nelson (HM).

2012 (8) — Trent Smith (1st team); Jonny Worley (1st team); Sapolai Yao (2nd team); Mason Powers (HM); John-Ross Tangi (HM); Matt Bowman (HM); OJ Ojullu (HM); Alex Blomquist (HM).

2013 (4) — Jaime Zarate (1st team); Mason Powers (2nd team); John-Ross Tangi (2nd team); Alex Blomquist (HM).

2014 (5) — Trey Simons (1st team); Jaime  Zarate (2nd team); Imad Amenzou (HM); Tyler Randall (HM); Colby Kraninger (HM).

2015 (4) — Imad Amenzou (1st team), Jacob Day (HM), Nick Frenz (HM), Tyler Randall (HM).

2016 (8) — Wal Khat (1st team), Zach Freund (2nd team), Jose Aguilera (HM), Blake Keller (HM), Colby Kraninger (HM), John Kraft (HM), Samuel Dean (HM), Nick Frenz (HM).

2017 (4) — Brian Jacques (1st team), Blake Keller (2nd team), David Carter (HM), John Kraft (HM).

2018 (4) - Abdiazia Wako (2nd team); Gavin Connell (2nd team); Sam Pedelty (HM); Isaac Branstad (HM).

NIACC WOMEN'S ALL-REGION PERFORMERS

Since the 2005 season, a total of 58 NIACC women have earned all-region honors:

2005 (3) - Elly Meyer (1st team, individual champion); Amber Wilde (2nd team); Stacy Allen (2nd team).

2006 (2) - Roxanne Soesbe (1st team); Stacy Waddle (2nd team).

2007 (4) - Kacy Nehowig (2nd team); Kelly Ipsen (2nd team); Magen Krones (honorable mention); Steph Wedo (HM).

2008 (7) - Konnie Kiefer (2nd team); Monica Garcia (HM); Hannah Poolman (HM); Megan Krones (HM); Sarah Humphrey (HM); Emily Mujica (HM); Marille Svaardh (HM).

2009 (5) - Kalyn Kruckenberg (1st team); Monica Garcia (HM); Konnie Kiefer (HM); Erin Lynn (HM); Hannah Poolman (HM).

2010 (4) - Anna Buenneke (1st team, individual champion); Kalyn Kruckenberg (1st team); Tanesha Edmond (HM); Ashley Ubbelohde (HM).

2011 (4) - Anna Buenneke (1st team, individual champion); Ashley Ubbelohde (HM); Emma Pogreba (HM); Tanesha Edmond (HM).

2012 (3) - Rachael Moore (2nd team); Lindsay Brunson (HM); Emily Scharn (HM).

2013 (4) - Hannah Palmeter (1st team); Lindsay Brunson (HM); Stephanie Faught (HM); Emily Scharn (HM).

2014 (5) - Hannah Palmeter (1st team); Nicolle Hewett (2nd team); Alyssa Cowan (HM); Lattie Crozier (HM); Kalama Towarap (HM).

2015 (5) - Jessica Blumberg (2nd team), Alyssa Cowan (HM), Lattie Crozier (HM), Kendra Schmidt (HM), Jordan Lane (HM).

2016 (3) - Kendra Schmidt (2nd team); Amy Fullerton (HM); Keisha Gonzague (HM).

2017 (3) - Julia Dunlavey (2nd team); Keisha Gonzague (HM); Amy Fullerton (HM).

2018 (6) - Emma Davison (1st team); Julia Dunlavey (2nd team); Cecelia Hemsworth (HM); Ally Trager (HM), Alana Wickering (HM), Caitlyn Regan (HM).