Josephine Moultrie and Luke Caldwell both took All-American honors as women place 10th and men 21st
Joe Franklin's Lobos are traveling to Louisville, Ky., to take on the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
The Lobos' women cross country team is heading to Louisville, while the men must wait to know if they've advanced.
The nationally ranked Lobos just need to run well and stay healthy to advance to the NCAA Championships
The women won their fifth-straight championship as the men claimed their fourth consecutive
The Lobos swept the team titles at the MW Championships. The women won their 4th-straight and the men their 5th-straight.
2011: Ran at five competitions, including the NCAA Regionals and NCAA Championships...First race was at the Notre Dame Invitational, where she clocked a 17:53 5K to place 60th overall...Finished 156th at the Wisconsin Invitational, crossing the finish line in th 6K race in 21:38...Posted a 12th-place finish at the MW Championships, finishing the 6K course in 21:45.5...Scored at the NCAA Regional meet with a 23rd-place time of 21:47.8...Also contributed for the women at the NCAA Championships, finishing 94th overall with a 21:00 time.
Finished eighth at the 2010 British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) Cross Country Championships...Notched a sixth-place finish in the 5000 at the 2011 BUCS Championships...Placed 29th at the 2010 European Cross Country Championships under head coach Keith Brackstone...Ran times of 9:41.74 in the 3K and16:49.07 in the 5K prior to coming to New Mexico.
Daughter of Pater and Claire Ainsworth...Has one brother, Benny (20), and one sister, Livy (22)...Grandfather was a professional cricketeer...Favorite athlete is Mo Farah...Lists going to concerts and cycling as hobbies...Majoring in geography.
2011 USTFCCCA All-Mountain Region