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2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V 
Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Team

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Complete 2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Team

Concordia ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V 
Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Team Recap

Angie Pfeiffer and Jennifer St. John Earn Academic All-District Honors!
A pair of Concordia track and field athletes were named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V College Division teams, as selected by CoSIDA it was announced on Friday.

Junior Angie Pfeiffer (Jr., Colman, S.D./Colman-Egan HS) and senior Jennifer St. John (Billings, Mont./Billings West HS) both earned academic all-district honors for the first time in their career. Pfeiffer was one of 10 athletes voted onto the Academic All-District First Teami and is now eligible for All-American honors. 

The honor is given to athletes in the College Division of the Academic All-American award. The College Division includes players from Division II, III and NAIA from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana schools. Sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible to be nominated. 

Pfeiffer and St. John were two of 69 athletes nominated for the 20 spots for the district award. 

Pfeiffer spent most of the 2005 outdoor track and field season trying to rehabilitate a leg injury. She was able to compete at the MIAC Outdoor Track and Field Championship Meet and helped the 4x400-meter relay team qualify for the NCAA Division III National Track and Field Meet. The relay team failed to qualify for the finals at the national meet.

Pfeiffer earned All-American honors in the 400 meters at the 2005 NCAA Division III Indoor Track and Field Meet. The award was her first indoor All-American honor and fourth All-American award in her career. She was the 2005 MIAC indoor champion in the 400 meters, breaking 19-year-old school record in event.  She is the school record-holder in the 55, 60, 200 and 400 meters indoors and 100 and 200 meters outdoors. She was named the 2004 Outstanding Track Athlete at the MIAC Outdoor Track and Field Championship Meet. She also captured the MIAC Women’s Most Outstanding Performance award at the same meet. 

St. John set the school record in the 3000-meter steeplechase this year. Her time also provisionally qualified her for the NCAA Outdoor Championship Meet but was not fast enough to earn a spot in the final field of 19 runners. She finished fifth in the steeplechase at the 2005 MIAC Outdoor track and Field Championship Meet and was part of the 4x800-meter relay team that finished second. 

She was runner-up and MIAC All-Conference in the 1000 meters at the 2005 MIAC Indoor Championship Meet. She also finished fourth in the mile run and fifth in the 3000 meters at the same meet. Last year she finished sixth in the 3000-meter steeplechase at the 2004 MIAC Outdoor Championship Meet.
 
 

2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V College Division 
Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Team

2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V College Division Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country First Team
NAME           SCHOOL         YR. HOMETOWN         GPA  MAJOR
Amanda Frame     MSU-Mankato    Sr.   Pine Island, Minn. 3.57  Mathematics
Shelli Gotto     UW-La Crosse   Sr.   Waukesha, Wis.     3.81  Elementary Education 
Heather Hamilton UM-Duluth      Grad. St. Paul, Minn.    4.0   Women’s Studies and Psychology 
Angela Hilgers   UW-La Crosse   Sr.   Wisc. Rapids, Wis. 3.85  Recreation Management 
Erin Marciniec   Augustana (IL) Sr.   Plainfield, Ill.   3.96  Biology/Spanish
Angela Pfeiffer  Concordia      Jr.   Colman, S.D.       3.912 English Writing/Pre-Dentistry 
Brigid Power     St. Thomas     Sr.   Eden Prairie, MN   3.95  English/Communications
Kristi Schneider Gustavus       Sr.   Hastings, Minn.    3.907 Biochemistry
Laura Verdegan   UW-Stout       Sr.   Tony, Wis.         3.993 Dietetics
Liz Woodworth    UW-Oshkosh     Sr.   Marinette, Wis.    3.629 Medical Technology 
 

2005 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District V College Division Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Second Team
NAME           SCHOOL         YR. HOMETOWN         GPA  MAJOR
Deidra Faber     Winona State   Jr.   Plain, Wis.        3.77  Management Information System
Liz Faller       UW-Eau Claire  So.   Marinette, Wis.    4.00  Kinesiology
Sara Frederickson UM-Duluth     So.   Elk River, Minn.   3.96  Biochemistry
Jenna Mitchler   UW-Stevens Pt  Jr.   Kaukauna, Wis.     3.54  Education
Molly Morrison   North Central  Grad. East Peoria, Ill.  3.568 Sociology (undergrad)/MBA (grad)
Nichole Petersen Gustavus       Sr.   Arco, Minn.        3.89  Economics 
Gena Rawlins     Illinois Wslyn Sr.   Atlanta, Ill.      3.67  Risk Management
Jennifer St. John Concordia     Sr.   Billings, Mont.    3.984 Nursing 
Meghan Voiland   Augustana (IL) So.   Yorkville, Ill.    3.89  Biology
Leah Wurm        St. Benedict   Jr.   Monticello, Minn.  3.929 Nursing
 
 

 

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