2018 NACC Cross Country Awards

| Men's Awards | Women's Awards |


Men's Awards

Runner of the Year: Wesley Schiek, Concordia Wisconsin
Freshman of the Year: Wesley Schiek, Concordia Wisconsin
Coach of the Year: Bill Massoels, MSOE

All-Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Men's Cross Country Team
Wesley Schiek Concordia Wisconsin Fr. 24:48.71
Craig Reese Concordia Wisconsin Jr. 25:14.88
Joseph Chavez Benedictine Sr. 25:34.96
Brandon Estrada Aurora Jr. 25:46.90
Nolan Kozinski MSOE Fr. 25:49.61
Jesse Lambrecht MSOE Fr. 25:53.94
Blake Bostwick MSOE Jr. 25:56.66
Chris Krahn Wisconsin Lutheran So. 25:58.67
10  Carl Way Aurora Jr. 26:04.31
11  Lucas Caminiti Edgewood So. 26:04.69
12  Cole Dammerer Illinois Tech Sr. 26:08.52
13  Michael Skora Benedictine Sr. 26:08.76
14  Thomas McNamara  Concordia Chicago Jr. 26:19.12
15  Evan Balizado Illinois Tech Fr. 26:22.83 
*16  Javier Cano-Telles Wisconsin Lutheran Sr. 26:26.60

Note: Individual champion Marcos Garcia of Benedictine (24:44.51), a freshman, was not eligible for all-conference or other major awards due to NACC policies enacted related to Benedictine's aborted transition to NCAA Division II.

Women's Awards

Runner of the Year: Emma Roberts, Benedictine
Freshman of the Year: Mackenzie Dorth, Concordia Wisconsin
Coach of the Year: Bethany Brewster, Edgewood

All-Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Women's Cross Country Team
Emma Roberts Benedictine Jr. 21:41.25
Piper Atnip Edgewood Sr. 21:49.31
Jackie Schane Aurora Sr. 22:47.53
Jazzmine Reyes  Aurora Sr. 23:06.45
Taylor Mair Edgewood Jr. 23:44.89
Molly Wirtz Concordia Wisconsin Sr. 23:50.59
Rebecca McDonough Benedictine Sr. 23:50.71
Patricia Bray MSOE Sr. 23:52.64
Sandy Barrientos Aurora Jr. 23:53.51
10  Clara Berning Edgewood So. 23:56.38
11  Charlotte Youell Benedictine Jr. 24:11.41
12  Anna Krenz Concordia Chicago So. 24:14.58
13  Emma Verbeke Concordia Wisconsin So. 24:16.26
14  Mackenzie Dorth Concordia Wisconsin Fr. 24:17.56
*16  Hannah Weide Wisconsin Lutheran Sr. 24:32.03

Note: As a transfer in her first year at Benedictine, 15th-place finisher Celeste Ibarra (24:27.72) was not eligible as a result of the Eagles' aborted reclassification to NCAA Division II.