Stanford Places Three Women, Two Men On Cross Country All-American List
Nov. 19, 2007
Stanford cross country placed three women and two men on the 2007 All-American list, announced today by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. On the women's side, Arianna Lambie, Lauren Centrowitz, and Katie Harrington were honored. For the men, Neftalem Araia and Russell Brown garnered the honors.
At the 2007 NCAA Championships
Lambie, SR - Closed out a memorable collegiate career as she led Stanford with a ninth place finish in a time of 20:18.2, finishing in the top ten for the third year in a row and earning the 12th All-American honor of her career.
Centrowitz, SR - Stepped up in a big way as the second Stanford runner to finish, earning the third All-American honor of her career with a 36th place finish in a time of 20:59.3.
Harrington, JR - Ran strong as the third Cardinal runner to cross the finish line, recording a time of 21:06.5 to notch a 40th place finish and claim the first All-American honor of her career.
The women's squad claimed its third straight NCAA Championship with 145 points, providing the perfect ending to a perfect season. The Cardinal swept every postseason race and never dropped from the top spot in the rankings the entire year.
Araia, SR - Led the Stanford men as he earned a 50th place finish with a time of 30:42.0, garnering the fifth All-American honor of his career.
Brown, SR - Earned the ninth All-American honor of his career as he finished right behind teammate Araia in 51st place with a time of 30:42.0.
The men ran to a 19th place finish at the NCAA Championships as they tallied an overall team score of 451 points.