Sabrina Dornhoefer
Sabrina Dornhoefer

Cross Country / Track & Field

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From Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Dornhoefer lettered all four years in cross country, indoor and outdoor track from 1981-85, and established herself as Mizzou's greatest female distance runner. She won all-America honors eight times, and won the NCAA outdoor championship in the 5000-meter run in 1985. During her career, she also won Big Eight individual titles in cross country (1982 and '83), indoor track (two-mile in 1984 and mile in 1985) and outdoor track (5000-meter run in 1984 and '85). She won an NCAA post-graduate scholarship in 1985. She has competed in the 1984 and '88 U.S. Olympic trials, and was an alternate on the '88 U.S. Olympic team at 3000 meters. She's competed six times in the World Cross Country Championships, four times at the Olympic Festival, twice in the World University Games, and once at the Goodwill Games and Pan American Games. She plans to attend med school after the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.

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