Cross Country

Dr. James Haddow Trophy

(Pandas Cross Country MVP)

Dr. James Haddow was University of Alberta Cross Country Head Coach during the late 1960s and early 1970s, during which time he was also a Professor in the Faculty of Engineering.

 

Year

Name

Year

Name

1977-78

Shauna Miller

1998-99

Catriona Morrison

1978-79

Sandi Traynor

1999-00

Catriona Morrison

1979-80

Janice Turner

2000-01

Michelle Carle

1980-81

Birgit Otto

2001-02

Heidi Nusse

1981-82

Donna Dixon

2002-03

Heidi Nusse

1982-83

Sue Kallal

2003-04

Heidi Nusse

1983-84

Cindy Livingstone

2004-05

Lindsay Acheson

1984-85

Cindy Livingstone

2005-06

Liz Ramage

1985-86

Cindy Livingstone/Marlene Jurgeleit

2006-07

Tara Whitten

1986-87

Sue Kallal/Nancy Matheson

2007-08

Paula Findlay

1987-88

did not compete

2008-09

Paula Findlay

1988-89

did not compete

2009-10

Hayley Degaust

1989-90

did not compete

2010-11

Hayley Degaust

1990-91

did not compete

2011-12

Nicole Soderberg

1991-92

did not compete

2012-13

Jackie Trautman

1992-93

Rachel Brown

2013-14

Amy Buzikievich

1993-94

Jennifer Koelbl

2014-15

Danielle Thiel

1994-95

Jennifer Koelbl

2015-16

Morgan Lawley

1995-96

did not compete

2016-17

Morgan Lawley

1996-97

did not compete

2017-18

Anushree Patel

1997-98

Jennifer Koelbl

2018-19

Bella Gustin


Col. Eric W. Cormack Trophy

(Golden Bears Cross Country MVP)

Colonel Cormack was born in Lockerbie, Oumfriesshire, Scotland; January 7, 1899. He was educated at Edinburgh University and the University of Alberta. He achieved numerous Athletic awards in Cricket and shooting. In running along with Eric Ciddel (Olympic Runner), their team established the medley one mile relay race record for over ten years. He was a leader for Canada in both World Wars He returned home to Alix, AB in 1946 before accepting a position in the military’s Expensions Department in Edmonton in 1949. Honourary Colonel of the Artillery in Northern Alberta which included the 78th Field Battery, Red Deer. He retired in 1977 under the rank of Full Colonel. He was named to the Order of Canada in 1981. The Cormacks assisted in founding the Robin Hood School in Sherwood Park and the Eric Cormack Center for the mentally retarded, in Edmonton, was also named after him. He died November 19, 1987.

 

Year

Name

Year

Name

1962-63

John Eccleston

1990-91

did not compete

1963-64

John Eccleston

1991-92

did not compete

1964-65

 

1992-93

Rob Swartz

1965-66

Ray Haswell

1993-94

Tim Berrett

1966-67

Ray Haswell

1994-95

Trevor Aarbo/David Davis

1967-68

Ray Haswell

1995-96

did not compete

1968-69

Brian Stackhouse

1996-97

did not compete

1969-70

Brian Stackhouse

1997-98

Kevin Olson

1970-71

 

1998-99

Jonathan Luckhurst

1971-72

 

1999-00

Dennis Colburn

1972-73

Bill McBlain

2000-01

Matt Normainton

1973-74

Jim Young

2001-02

Chad Kozak

1974-75

Darrel Menard

2002-03

Robbie Nissen

1975-76

Lyle Kuchmak

2003-04

Kelsey Kelemen

1976-77

Rick Riemer

2004-05

Robbie Nissen

1977-78

Lyle Kuchmak

2005-06

Adrian Lambert

1978-79

Lyle Kuchmak

2006-07

Ian Manyfingers

1979-80

Lyle Kuchmak

2007-08

Cody Carver

1980-81

Brian Rhodes

2008-09

Jamie Weikum

1981-82

Adrian Shorter

2009-10

Jamie Weikum

1982-83

Brian Rhodes

2010-11

Maxime Leboeuf

1983-84

Adrian Shorter

2011-12

Graeme Law

1984-85

Scott MacDonald

2012-13

Tom Fleming

1985-86

Scott MacDonald

2013-14

Kieran McDonald

1986-87

Rob Cameron/Dennis Colburn

2014-15

Will Madsen

1987-88

did not compete

2015-16

Kieran McDonald

1988-89

did not compete

2016-17

Kieran McDonald

1989-90

did not compete

2017-18

Kieran McDonald

 

 

2018-19

Eric Chan