Former Bozeman Hawks cross country and track and field standout Camila Noe was named to the 2017-18 American Family Insurance all-USA Girls Track and Field team.
Noe, who won the Montana Gatorade cross country runner of the year and the Montana Gatorade track and field athlete of the year for her efforts as a senior, ran the nation’s second-fastest two-mile among high school athletes. Noe’s time of 9 minutes, 54.95 seconds at the Brooks PR Invitational in June is also No. 4 on the all-time high school two-mile list.
Noe was the State AA 3,200-meter run champion in May, crossing the line in 10:30.29. On May 5, Noe ran the fastest 3,200 time in Montana history, breaking the tape in 10:21.76, besting current Stanford all-American and former Billings Senior star Christina Aragon’s time of 10:22.10.
Noe, who has committed to the University of Portland to continue her running career, was joined on the 2017-18 American Family Insurance all-USA Girls Track and Field team by Caitlin Collier from Florida, Katelynne Hart from Illinois, Jacqueline Gaughan from New Hampshire, and Katelyn Tuohy of New York. Tuohy, who was the girls track and field athlete of the year, broke a 36-year-old national record in the mile.
Selections were made by Mike Kennedy, high school editor of Track and Field News. The criteria for selection included ranking on USA TODAY Sports and Track and Field News national list and the number of top performances in the regular season and major postseason meets.