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Boro Weekly (Nov. 23-29, 2015)

EU's Narbuvoll, Martynkiewicz earn All-American honors

The Edinboro University men's and women's cross country teams competed at the NCAA Division II National Championships in Joplin, Mo., on Saturday. The women's team finished 21st out of 32 teams, while the men's team finished 24th out of 32 teams.

Freshman Fighting Scot Ida Narbuvoll came in 37th out of 246 runners and finished as the top runner from the Atlantic Region, earning her All-American honors. Last week, Narbuvoll was also named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) Atlantic Region Athlete of the Year in Division II women's cross country.

The native of Hedmark, Norway, opened an impressive season by winning the Doug Watts Distance Gala on Sept. 5. At the 2015 PSAC Cross Country Championships on Oct. 24, Narbuvoll became EU's first individual PSAC champion since 2006, helping EU claim its second straight PSAC crown. Narbuvoll was the first true freshman winner since 2008. Two weeks later she took first-place in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional.

Senior Elliot Martynkiewicz also earned All-American honors, finishing 19th of 246. Martynkiewicz took second-place at the PSAC Championships and third-place at the Atlantic Regional.

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