NCAA Women's Division III Cross Country Championship

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NCAA Women's Division III Cross Country Championship
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2013 NCAA Women's Division III Cross Country Championship
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Sport Cross country
Founded 1981
Most recent champion(s) Johns Hopkins (1)
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The NCAA Women's Division III Cross Country Championship race included 9 teams in 1981, 12 teams from 1982 to 1986, 14 teams from 1987 to 1992, 21 teams from 1993 to 1998 and 24 teams from 1998 to 2005. Beginning in 2006, the national championship race has included 32 teams. Teams compete in one of eight regional championships to qualify. In addition to the 32 teams, 56 individual runners qualify for the national championship.[1]

The race distance from 1981 to 2001 was 5,000 meters. Since 2002 the race distance has been 6,000 meters.[2]


Year Team Champion Individual Champion
1981 Central (Iowa) Cynthia Sturm, Westfield State
1982 St. Thomas (Minn.) Tori Neubauer, Wisconsin–La Crosse
1983 Wisconsin–La Crosse Tori Neubauer, Wisconsin–La Crosse
1984 St. Thomas (Minn.) Julia Kirtland, Macalester
1985 Franklin & Marshall Dorcas Denhartog, Middlebury
1986 St. Thomas (Minn.) Lisa Koelfgen, St. Thomas (Minn.)
1987 St. Thomas (Minn.), Wisconsin–Oshkosh Shelley Scherer, Carleton
1988 Wisconsin–Oshkosh Anna Prineas, Carleton
1989 Cortland State Marybeth Crawley, Cortland State
1990 Cortland State Vicki Mitchell, Cortland State
1991 Wisconsin–Oshkosh Laura Horejs, Wisconsin–Oshkosh
1992 Cortland State Sarah Edmonds, Gustavus Adolphus
1993 Cortland State Renea Bluekamp, Calvin
1994 Cortland State Michelle LaFleur, Cortland State
1995 Cortland State Jessica Caley, Williams
1996 Wisconsin–Oshkosh Turena Johnson, Luther
1997 Cortland State Tiffany Speckman, Wisconsin–Oshkosh
1998 Calvin Cheryl Smith, Cortland State
1999 Calvin Rhaina Echols, Chicago
2000 Middlebury Johanna Olson, Luther
2001 Middlebury Dana Boyle, Puget Sound
2002 Williams Missy Buttry, Wartburg
2003 Middlebury Missy Buttry, Wartburg
2004 Williams Missy Buttry, Wartburg
2005 Geneseo State Hailey Harren, Gustavus Adolphus
2006 Middlebury Sarah Zerzan, Willamette
2007 Amherst Sarah Zerzan, Willamette
2008 Middlebury Marie Borner, Bethel
2009 Wisconsin-Eau Claire Wendy Pavlus, St. Lawrence
2010 Middlebury Wendy Pavlus, St. Lawrence
2011 Washington Chiara Del Piccolo, Williams College
2012 Johns Hopkins Christy Cazzola, University of Wisconsin- Oshkosh
2013 Johns Hopkins Chelsea Johnson, The College of St. Scholastica
2014 Johns Hopkins Amy Regan, Stevens Institute of Technology

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