Frentheway earns fourth-career All-America honor as Cougars place 14th at nationals

Frentheway earned her fourth career All-America cross country honor as the Cougars placed 14th at nationals Saturday morning.

Frentheway at NationalsAubrey Frentheway All-American

EARLYSVILLE, Va.    Aubrey Frentheway earned her fourth-career cross country All-America honor as BYU women's cross country placed 14th at the NCAA Championships on Saturday morning.

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Fretheway's 14th-place finish became her career-best at nationals. The senior from Cheyenne, Wyoming is now the second-most decorated BYU women's cross country athlete of all-time, second only to five-time All-American Elizabeth Jackson (1995-99). The award marks head coach Diljeet Taylor's 16th top-40 placing individual athlete for the program at the national championships. 

Despite leading the team score through the first two kilometers, the Cougars fell to third for kilometers three and four, fifth in kilometer five and finished the race in 14th place scoring 399 points. This marks the program's eighth-consecutive top-15 finish at the national meet, all of which have come during Taylor's tenure.  

Athlete Place Time
Aubrey Frentheway 14th 19:36.5
Carlee Hansen 66th 20:27.2
Lexy Halladay-Lowry 103rd 20:41.7
Sadie Sargent 146th 20:58.3
Jenna Hutchins 176th 21:15.1
Riley Chamberlain 216th 21:44.4
Carmen Alder 246th 22:56.8

BYU will now switch gears to indoor track and field. The Cougars open up the 2023-2024 season in Boston at the Boston Colyear-Danville Invitional on Dec. 2.