NCAA Women's Division II Cross Country Championship

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NCAA Women's Division II Cross Country Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
2013 NCAA Women's Division II Cross Country Championship
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Sport Cross country
Founded 1981
Most recent champion(s) Grand Valley State (3)
Jennifer Agnew, Mary
Official website NCAA.com

The NCAA Women's Division II Cross Country Championship race included 8 teams in 1981, 11 teams from 1982 to 1992 and 17 teams from 1993 to 1999. Beginning in 2000, the national championship race has included 24 teams. Teams compete in one of eight regional championships to qualify. In addition to the 24 teams, 16 individual runners qualify for the national championship.[1]

The race distance from 1981 to 1997 was 5,000 meters. Since 1998 the race distance has been 6,000 meters.[2]

Champions[edit]

Year Host Team Champion Individual Champion
1981 Southeast Missouri State South Dakota State Eileen Kraemer, Cal Poly
1982 St Cloud State Cal Poly Amy Harper, Cal Poly
1983 Wisconsin-Parkside Cal Poly Amy Harper, Cal Poly
1984 Mississippi College Cal Poly Christine Ridenour, Southeast Missouri State
1985 East Stroudsburg Cal Poly Bente Moe, Seattle Pacific
1986 UC Riverside Cal Poly Gladees Prieur, Cal Poly
1987 Southern Indiana Cal Poly Sylvia Mosqueda, Cal State Los Angeles
1988 Mississippi College Cal Poly Laura Byrne, Southeast Missouri State
1989 East Stroudsburg Cal Poly Darcy Arreola, Cal State Northridge
1990 Humboldt State Cal Poly Callie Calhoun, Air Force
1991 SIU Edwardsville Cal Poly Christie Allen, Pittsburg State
1992 Slippery Rock Adams State Christie Allen, Pittsburg State
1993 UC Riverside Adams State Elva Dryer, Western State
1994 Nebraska-Kearney Adams State Elva Dryer, Western State
1995 South Carolina Upstate Adams State Tumaini Urio, Western State
1996 Humboldt State Adams State Denise Summers, Adams State
1997 Wisconsin-Parkside Adams State Kasia Arient, Lewis
1998 Kansas Adams State Kimberly Bugg, Adams State
1999 Missouri Southern State Adams State Marjo Venalainen, Kennesaw State
2000 Cal Poly Pomona Western State Marjo Venalainen, Kennesaw State
2001 Slippery Rock Western State Hannah Lawrence, Western State
2002 Ashland Western State Amber Klein, Adams State
2003 Cary, North Carolina Adams State Chelsea Smith, BYU-Hawaii
2004 Southern Indiana Adams State Chelsea Smith, BYU-Hawaii
2005 Cal Poly Pomona Adams State Mandi Zemba, Grand Valley State
2006 West Florida Adams State Esther Komen, Western State
2007 Missouri Southern State Adams State Jessica Pixler, Seattle Pacific
2008 Slippery Rock Adams State Jessica Pixler, Seattle Pacific
2009 Southern Indiana Adams State Jessica Pixler, Seattle Pacific
2010 Bellarmine Grand Valley State Neely Spence, Shippensburg
2011 Spokane, Washington Augustana Neely Spence, Shippensburg
2012 Joplin, Missouri Grand Valley State Alicia Nelson, Adams State
2013 Spokane, Washington Grand Valley State Jennifer Agnew, Mary

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