MileSplit All-American Team - Girls 3200m/Two Mile Run Presented by New Balance
Four-time 5k national champion Anna Rohrer won the Brooks PR Invitational 2 Mile in U.S. No. 1 9:59.96.
1. Anna Rohrer (Mishawaka, IN - Sr.) - The Notre Dame recruit did not lose a major race in the two mile or 5k distance over the past two years. She capped a high school career that saw four national 5k titles and the National High School Record for the distance (16:10.79) with a win at the Brooks PR Invitational 2 Mile. Her 9:59.96 ranks U.S. No. 1 for the full two mile distance.
2. Destiny Collins (Great Oak, CA - Jr.) - The California state champion won her first state crown in U.S. No. 1 9:53.79 for 3200m with an epic kick over Foot Locker All-American Fiona O'Keeffe. Collins was runner-up to Rohrer at the Brooks PR Invitational 2 Mile in U.S. No. 2 10:00.90. She also easily won the USATF World Youth Trials 3k in U.S. No. 7 9:41.53.
3. Allie Ostrander (Kenai Central, AK - Sr.) - The Boise State recruit ended her season before Brooks PR due to an injury, but still ran an excellent season of mostly solo efforts while also tripling back in the 800m and 1600m for team points. She ran under 10 minutes for 3200m twice, including U.S. No. 2 9:58.74. She ran under 10:10 a total of five times in 2015.
4. Ryen Frazier (Ravenscroft, NC - Sr.) - The NC State recruit won both New Balance Nationals Indoor and Outdoor, as part of her distance triple crown at the outdoor championship. She ranks U.S. No. 4 in the 2 Mile with her 10:07.16 and U.S. No. 4 in the 3200m with her 10:05.44.
5. Hannah Debalsi (Staples, CT - Jr.) - The Brooks PR runner-up from 2014 did not go under 10 minutes again, but she did start to look like the girl who set the National Sophomore Class Record last year by the end of the season. She placed third at Brooks PR in U.S. No. 3 10:03.24.
6. Fiona O'Keeffe (Davis, CA - Jr.) - The California state runner-up for 3200m was fourth at the Brooks PR Invitational in U.S. No. 5 10:11.87. Her most impressive result this year may have been her U.S. No. 3 solo 10:00.85 3200m.
7. Audrey Belf (Birmingham Seaholm, MI - Sr.) - The Georgetown recruit ranks U.S. No. 6 this year with her 10:14.78, fifth-place finish at Brooks PR. She is No. 5 on the 3200m list with her 10:09.48 PR. Belf closed out her high school career with a fourth-place finish at the USATF Junior Nationals 5k in 16:43.36.
8. Libby Davidson (E.C. Glass, VA - So.) - The Foot Locker All-American placed second in the 2 Mile to Frazier (#4) at New Balance Nationals Outdoor, running U.S. No. 8 10:24.72. She also placed third in the 5k at NBNO, running 16:50.89.