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Achievements

Since being reinstated in 2000, the women’s cross country team has won nine Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference championships (2022, 2021, 2019, 2018, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2010, 2006, 2003) and five NJCAA Region IV team championships (2021, 2015, 2014, 2006, 2003). They have appeared six times as a team in the NJCAA national tournament (2021- 17th place; 2015- 32nd; 2014- 24th; 2010- 26th; 2006- 19th; 2003- 11th) while several individuals have run it over the years.

Thirteen runners have been named to the All-NJCAA Region IV and All-Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference teams both years they competed at Moraine Valley: Jasmeene Guido (2022, 2021), Natalia Wrobel (2022, 2021), Victoria Granz (2019, 2018), Calista Stefaniak (2018, 2017), Hannah Funk (2016, 2015), Yuliana Olivares (2016, 2015), Abby Correa (2015, 2014), Aileen Gorman (2014, 2013), Alex Dovgin (2011, 2010), Ashley Shares (2010, 2009), Sandra Hubbard (2007, 2006), Nicki Hogan (2006, 2005), and Ellie Ruiz (2004, 2003).

Wrobel finished first in the Illinois Skywa Collegiate Conference Championship in fall 2022, becoming the Skyway Most Valuable Runner.

Stefaniak earned Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference Most Valuable Runner in 2018 after finishing first in the conference competition.

Stefaniak placed 104th out of 309 runners at the 2017 NJCAA Cross Country Championship, becoming the fifth fastest female runner at Moraine Valley.

Gorman was named an NJCAA All-American while running 19:11 at the 2014 national tournament. She set the 5K school record and is the fastest Cyclone woman runner. Gorman also was named the 2013 Skyway Most Valuable Runner. 

Shares was the 2010 Skyway Most Valuable Runner and ran the second fastest 5K time on the Cyclones’ cross country course (19:22). She holds the Cyclone 6K record (23:53) run in 2009.

Claudia Nieves earned Skyway Most Valuable Runner in 2003.

In 2017, 2016 and 2013, the team earned Academic All-NJCAA Team designation from the National Junior College Cross Country Coaches Association, ranking third and eighth, respectively, among Division I colleges.

In 2013, the team earned Academic All-NJCAA Team designation from the National Junior College Cross Country Coaches Association, ranking eighth among Division I colleges.

Since the program was reinstated in 2000, 34 women have been named NJCAA Cross Country Scholar All-Americans.

 

NJCAA All-Region IV Team

2021
Jasmeene Guido
Maria Thurman
Isabelle Vaccaro
Natalia Wrobel

2019
Victoria Granz

2018
Victoria Granz
Madison Krisch
Calista Stefaniak

2017
Theresa Orr
Calista Stefaniak

2016
Hannah Funk
Sarah McCann
Yuliana Olivares

2015
Abby Correa
Hannah Funk
Stephanie Majewski
Yuliana Olivares

2014
Abby Correa
Crystal Flores
Aileen Gorman
Jackie Navarrete

2013
Aileen Gorman

 

2011
Alex Dovgin

2010
Alex Dovgin
Ashley Shares

2009
Ashley Shares

2008
Lauren Burke

2007
Sandra Hubbard

2006
Nicki Hogan
Sandra Hubbard
Marisol Perez
Lisa Reitz

2005
Nicki Hogan
Stephanie Sorn

2004
Shannon McInnis
Ellie Ruiz

2003
Claudia Ocegueda
Ellie Ruiz

 

 

All-Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference Team

2022
Jasmeene Guido
Natalia Wrobel (Individual Champion-Most Valuable Runner)
Olivia Wrobel

2021
Jasmeene Guido
Maria Thurman
Isabelle Vaccaro
Natalia Wrobel

2020
Olivia Wrobel

2019
Victoria Granz
Madison Krisch
Adali Haro

2018
Victoria Granz
Madison Krisch
Calista Stefaniak (Individual Champion-Most Valuable Runner)

2017
Fabiola Castillo
Caitlin Griffin
Theresa Orr
Calista Stefaniak

2016
Hannah Funk
Sarah McCann
Yuliana Olivares

2015
Abby Correa
Hannah Funk
Stephanie Majewski
Yuliana Olivares

2014
Abby Correa
Crystal Flores
Aileen Gorman
Jackie Navarrete

2013
Aileen Gorman (Individual Champion-Most Valuable Runner)

2011
Alex Dovgin
Cande Pizano
Jacquelyn O’Connor

2010
Alex Dovgin
Cande Pizano
Trudy Rodriguez
Ashley Shares (Individual Champion-Most Valuable Runner)

2009
Marisela Rodriguez
Ashley Shares

2008
Lauren Burke
Monica Gelezauskas

2007

Sandra Hubbard
Lisa Reitz

2006
Nicki Hogan
Sandra Hubbard
Sharon Hubbard
Marisol Perez
Lisa Reitz

2005
Nicki Hogan
Stephanie Sorn

2004
Shannon McInnis
Ellie Ruiz

2003
Claudia Ocegueda (Individual Champion-Most Valuable Runner)
Shannon McInnis
Michelle Migler
Ellie Ruiz
Christine Schmidt

 

 

National Qualifiers

2021
Jasmeene Guido
Maria Thurman
Stephanie Tuscher
Isabelle Vaccaro
Natalia Wrobel

2019
Victoria Granz

2018
Victoria Granz
Madison Krisch
Calista Stefaniak

2017
Theresa Orr
Calista Stefaniak

2016
Hannah Funk
Sarah McCann
Yuliana Olivares

2015
Abby Correa
Crystal Flores
Hannah Funk
Stephanie Majewski
Amy Miller
Jackie Navarrete
Yuliana Olivares
Jessica Pinkos
Gabriela Plew
Weronika Staszel
Tonie Wasco

2014
Abby Correa
Crystal Flores
Jessica Flores
Aileen Gorman
Nemy Hernandez
Sarah McCann
Amy Miller
Jackie Navarrete
Jessica Pinkos
Tonie Wasco

2013
Jessica Flores
Aileen Gorman

2011
Alexandra Dovgin
Cande Pizano

2010
Alejandra Dongo
Alexandra Dovgin
Alexa Kacerovskis
Jacquelyn O’Connor
Nagieh Omer
Kaitlyn Piazza
Cande Pizano
Trudy Rodriguez
Ashley Shares

2009
Marisela Rodriguez
Ashley Shares

2008
Lauren Burke
Monica Gelezauskas

2007
Sandra Hubbard
Lisa Reitz

2005
Nicki Hogan
Stephanie Sorn

2004
Shannon McInnis
Ellie Ruiz

 

 

NJCAA Cross Country Coaches Association Academic All-Americans

2015
Hannah Funk
Stephanie Majewski
Gabriela Plewa
Weronika Staszel
Tonie Wasco

2013
Diana Dinh
Aileen Gorman
Maritza Najera

2012
Diana Dinh

2010
Simona Jurcik
Nagieh Omer
Ashley Shares

2009
Alejandra Dongo
Melissa Janda

 

2008
Lauren Burke
Cristina Dongo

2007
Sandra Hubbard

2006
Veronica Canseco
Marisol Perez

2004
Andrea Clark

2003
Shannon McInnis
Claudia Ocegueda
Krystle Ross
Sarah Tongren

2002
Christine Schmidt

2001
Pam Venz
Jennifer Wood

 

NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Award

2010-11
Ashley Shares― Exemplary Academic Achievement