NAIA Women's Cross Country Championship

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NAIA Women's Cross Country Championship
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics logo.svg
Sport Cross country running
Founded 1980
Country United States
Most recent
champion(s)
British Columbia (3)
Official website NAIA.com

The NAIA Women's Cross Country Championship is the annual cross country meet to determine the national champions of NAIA women's cross country running in the United States and Canada. It has been held annually since 1980 (two years before the NCAA began to sponsor women's sports). A team and individual championship are contested each year.[1]

The most successful program are Simon Fraser, who have won 10 national titles.

The current champions are British Columbia, who won their fifth title in 2017.

Results[edit]

NAIA Women's Cross Country Championship
Year Host City
(Host Team)
Team Championship Individual Championship
Winner Points Runner-up Points Winner
(Team)
Time
1980
Details
Salina, KS Wisconsin–Parkside 52 Emporia State 100 Wendy Burman
(Wisconsin–Parkside)
17:54
1981
Details
Kenosha, WI Adams State 25 Berry 71 Mary Jaqua
(Adams State)
18:34
1982
Details
Marquette 48 Wisconsin–Eau Claire 109 Kate Webb
(Marquette)
17:41
1983
Details
Simon Fraser 58 Marquette 79 Cindy Grant
(Simon Fraser)
17:32
1984
Details
Wisconsin–Eau Claire 91 Portland 99 Katie Somers
(Wisconsin–Eau Claire)
17:36
1985
Details
Portland 64 Wisconsin–Eau Claire 95 Val Hilden
(Pacific Lutheran)
18:53
1986
Details
Wisconsin–Parkside 121 Emporia State 151 Gina Van Laar
(Hillsdale)
17:40
1987
Details
Simon Fraser 60 Adams State 169 Leah Pells
(Simon Fraser)
16:59
1988
Details
Pacific Lutheran 44 Adams State 69 Valerie Hilden
(Pacific Lutheran)
17:41
1989
Details
Adams State 79 Western State 132 Wanda Howlett
(Puget Sound)
17:55
1990
Details
Western State 58 Adams State 70 Sarah Howell
(Simon Fraser)
17:44
1991
Details
Adams State 66 Simon Fraser 87 Amy Giblin
(Adams State)
17:37
1992
Details
Puget Sound 76 George Fox 111 Aundrea Bertoia
(Simon Fraser)
18:44
1993
Details
Puget Sound 38 Doane
Simon Fraser
169 Elizabeth Onyambu
(Biola)
17:35
1994
Details
Puget Sound 51 Simon Fraser 74 Cari Rampersad
(Simon Fraser)
17:51
1995
Details
Puget Sound 82 Simon Fraser 91 18:02
1996
Details
Simon Fraser 75 Puget Sound 114 17:14
1997
Details
Simon Fraser 56 Puget Sound 118 Heather deGeest
(Simon Fraser)
18:33
1998
Details
Simon Fraser 22 Malone 146 17:06
1999
Details
Malone 77 Spring Arbor 160 Melissa Clement
(Simon Fraser)
17:39
2000
Details
Concordia (CA) 133 Concordia (NE) 188 Everlyne Lagat
(Malone)
18:01
2001
Details
Cedarville 147 Concordia (NE) 169 Emile Mondo
(Simon Fraser)
17:24
2002
Details
Northwest (WA) 77 Concordia (NE) 116 16:43
2003
Details
Louisville, KY Simon Fraser 93 Northwest (WA) 114 Mirriam Kaumba
(Oklahoma Baptist)
17:13.9
2004
Details
Simon Fraser 95 Concordia (NE) 129 16:53.7
2005
Details
Simon Fraser 74 Black Hills State 190 Julia Howard
(Simon Fraser)
17:24.15
2006
Details
Simon Fraser 73 Cedarville 92 Genevieve Binsfeld
(Minot State)
17:38.2
2007
Details
Kenosha, WI Simon Fraser 99 Cedarville 145 Jaime Canterbury
(Azusa Pacific)
17:10.8
2008
Details
Azusa Pacific 66 Cedarville 97 Alissa McKaig
(Indiana Tech)
16:41.4
2009
Details
Fort Vancouver, WA Cal State San Marcos 137 Biola 140 Justyna Mudy
(Shorter)
17:30
2010
Details
Cal State San Marcos 88 Biola 127 17:42
2011
Details
Cal State San Marcos 82 Azusa Pacific 91 Obsie Birru
(Grand View)
17:15
2012
Details
British Columbia 98 College of Idaho 112 Hillary Holt
(College of Idaho)
17:00
2013
Details
Lawrence, KS British Columbia 56 College of Idaho 97 16:48.13
2014
Details
British Columbia 53 Lewis-Clark State 96 Maria Bernard
(British Columbia)
17:03.8
2015
Details
Charlotte, NC Northwest Christian 98 British Columbia 118 Kellian Hunt
(Biola)
17:16.7
2016
Details
Elsah, IL British Columbia 90 Northwest Christian 135 Aminat Olowora
(Oklahoma City)
16.24.28
2017
Details
Fort Vancouver, WA British Columbia 109 Wayland Baptist 125 16:50

Champions[edit]

Team titles, by school[edit]

School Titles Years
Simon Fraser 10 1983, 1987, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
British Columbia 5 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017
Puget Sound 4 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995
Adams State 3 1981, 1989, 1991
Cal State San Marcos 3 2009, 2010, 2011
Wisconsin–Parkside 2 1980, 1986
Azusa Pacific 1 2008
Cedarville 1 2001
Concordia (CA) 1 2000
Malone 1 1999
Marquette 1 1982
Northwest (WA) 1 2002
Northwest Christian 1 2015
Pacific Lutheran 1 1988
Portland 1 1985
Western State (CO) 1 1990
Wisconsin–Eau Claire 1 1984

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NAIA Women's Cross Country Championship Results" (PDF). NAIA. NAIA Honors.com. Retrieved December 22, 2017. 

External links[edit]