NEW ORLEANS — Following the NCAA Division III South/Southeast Regional Championships last weekend, Berry placed three women's cross country runners on the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Region list.
Berry's Abby Carroll, Alainna Chretien and Meredith Herman all earned distinction for their efforts. A total of 280 women earned the distinction by finishing among the top-35 runners at one of the eight regional sites across the country.
Carroll, a sophomore from Williamson, Ga., earns her first All-Region distinction after placing 11th at the regional meet with a time of 22:02.0. She was also a first team All-Conference runner for the second time in her career after finishing fourth overall at the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Championships. She will compete at the NCAA National Championships this weekend.
Chretien, a senior from Savannah, Ga., earned her second straight All-Region honors after a fifth place finish at the regional meet with a time of 21:30.4. She also punched a ticket to nationals alongside Carroll. Chretien is also a three-time All-SAA runner, earning first team distinction this year after a third place finish.
Herman, a sophomore from Snellville, Ga., earns All-Region honors for the first time in her career after a 25th place finish and a personal record, 22:37.5. She was an All-SAA second team selection this year.