WHS Alumnus Harrier Continues Her Winning Ways!
Erin Curran Earns All-American Honors in Vancouver, Washington National Competition
Erin Curran, former Wahoo High School distance standout, recently earned several honors due to her running expertise. Curran, now competing for Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D., helped her team claim their fifth straight Dakota Athletic Conference title on Friday, November 6, 2009, at Robbinsdale Park in Rapid City, S.D.
Curran was the individual conference champion for the Yellow Jackets, completing the course in 19 minutes, 12.12 seconds. She was named the Dakota Athletic Conference Outstanding Freshman of the Year for her performance.
The Black Hills State University women's team automatically qualified for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletic's Cross Country Championships because of their first place team finish.
Curran competed at nationals with her Yellow Jacket team in Vancouver, WA, on November 21, 2009. She finished the 5000 meter race in 18:28, which garnered her a fourteenth place finish out of 330 runners. Curran earned All-American honors for her outstanding efforts.
|Coach Shannonsshannon@esu2.orgWHSHead Girls Track|
Nov 25, 2009
|CONGRATULATIONS, ERIN! Thanks for being such a great role model for all of the girls at Wahoo Public Schools that hard work and dedication pays off!|