3 PA HS Alums Earn All-American: WATCH NCAA DI Women's 10K Highlights

In a terrific women's 10,000 meters on Thursday night at the NCAA Division I Championships in Eugene, Oregon, a few former Pennsylvania high schoolers shined.

San Francisco's Charlotte Taylor won the race, with a great last lap kick to defeat New Mexico's Alice Wright. But behind that, there was some great action for those coveted All-American spots.

William & Mary's Regan Rome, a 2014 Dallas graduate, placed sixth in 33:06.03 to grab First-Team All-American honors. That's also a huge PR for Rome of of 30 seconds for the 10K. Penn State's Jillian Hunsberger, who graduated from Mount Lebanon in 2014 took tenth place in 33:29.40 for Second-Team All-American status. Also earning second-team honors was Auburn's Veronica Eder, who was a 2013 Central Bucks East grad.

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Full women's 10,000 meter results:

1Charlotte TaylorUniversity of San Francisco32:38.571
2Alice WrightUniversity of New Mexico32:42.641
3Sharon LokediUniversity of Kansas32:46.101
4Alyssa SnyderMontana State University32:58.311
5Erin ClarkUniversity of Colorado33:03.221
6Regan RomeCollege of William & Mary33:06.031
7Chelsea BlaaseUniversity of Tennessee33:06.861
8Caroline SangUNC Charlotte33:09.671
9Jamie KempferUniversity of Missouri33:10.411
10Jillian HunsbergerPenn State University33:29.401
11Grace McconnochieUniversity of Portland33:31.741
12Isobel Batt-doyleUniversity of Washington33:49.611
13Gillian SchrieverUniversity of Pittsburgh33:50.031
14Veronica EderAuburn University33:51.861
15Eden MeyerUniversity of North Florida33:54.581
16Anna RohrerUniversity of Notre Dame33:56.641
17Makena MorleyUniversity of Colorado33:58.171
18Rachel WalnyBowling Green State University34:00.611
19Annie BothmaCoastal Carolina University34:13.771
20Jocelyn CaroTexas Tech University34:16.151
21Jordann McDermittEastern Michigan University34:17.221
22Natalie TannerColumbia University34:26.831
23Winny KoechUTEP34:51.321