Kurian Named to All-South Region Team

Nov. 14, 2006

ATLANTA – Nisha Kurian placed 25th with a time of 22:08.8 to lead the Georgia Tech women’s cross country team to a fifth-place finish at the 2006 NCAA South Regional.

Kurian, a junior from Canton, Ohio, earned a spot on the All-South Region team for the first time in her career. She is the first Yellow Jacket to be named to the team since Katie Griffin finished 22nd at the South Regional in 2003.

To be considered for the All Region team, athletes must finish in the top 25 of their region and meet NCAA Division I Cross Country Coaches Association requirements.

All-South Region
Abi Wilshire, Florida State University
Amy Huss, Florida State University
Annie Falor, Mississippi State University
Jackie Areson, University of Tennessee
Jacy Kruzel, University of Florida
Jamie Geissler, University of Florida
Jennifer Mcpherson, Mississippi State University
Jessica Crate, Florida State University
Jill Steffens, University of Georgia
Julia Hicks, University of Alabama
Kathryn Kramer, University of Florida
Katie Flaute, University of Tennessee
Katie Van Horn, University of Tennessee
Kiah Vernon, University of Georgia
Kristen Johnson, University of Florida
Kristin Heffelfinger, University of Georgia
Lanni Marchant, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
Lauren Williams, Belmont University
Lindsay Sundell, University of Florida
Natalie Picchetti, University of Georgia
Nisha Kurian, Georgia Tech
Sarah Bowman, University of Tennessee
Sarah Madebach, University of Georgia
Susan Kuijken, Florida State University

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