Cross Country All Americans

Press Release

Posted: November 16, 2012

LCCC CROSS COUNTRY MEMBERS WIN ALL-AMERICAN HONORS

Members of the Lorain County Community College cross country team were named to All-American teams after a strong showing at the 2012 NJCAA Division III National Cross Country Championship meet held Saturday, November 10 at the Delhi College Golf Course in Delhi, New York.

Hannah Cook, of Nova, earned First Team All-American honors for her fourth place finish, and Brandon Lang, of New London, earned Third Team All-American honors for his 14th place finish.

The LCCC men's team finished in 14th place and the LCCC women's team finished in 9th place. The women's team had the highest showing ever for any men’s or women’s LCCC cross country team – this is exceptional considering this is the first year the women have had a full team compete.

For more information about cross country and other sports at LCCC, visit www.lorainccc.edu/sports.

LCCC Race Results:

Women's 5K Race (100 runners)

Hannah Cook  (Nova)              4th place               20:58 - First Team All-American

Michelle Carandang (Elyria)        49th place           24:20

Lauren Lilly    (New London)          70th place             25:45

Abby Tomasic    (Elyria)                97th place             31:07

Briquelle March   (Elyria)             99th place             31:40



Men's 5 Mile Race (125 runners)

Brandon Lang  (New London)      14th place             29:12 - Third Team All-American

Patrick Foreman  (Elyria)             75th place             32:15

Adrien Hall  (Amherst)                 88th place             33:09

Jarek Beltowski (Sullivan)          97th place             33:59

Tyler Powell (Elyria)                 116th place           37:34

Farid Sharifi  (Elyria)                 124th place           49:26



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