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 The team was ranked eighth in the final Associated Press poll and 10th in the final United Press International ranking. The team was ranked eighth in the final Associated Press poll and 10th in the final United Press International ranking.
  
-===== 1982 Women'​s Cross Country Team ===== +===== 1981-1982 Women'​s Cross Country Team ===== 
-** 1982 WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY TEAM**\\+**Women'​s Cross Country**\\ 
 +**1981-1982**\\ 
 +**Inducted in 1996**\\
  
-This team, under the guidance of head coach Elliot Kramsky, won the 1982 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national championship. Katie Webb was the NAIA individual champion and earned All-America status along with Diane Held, Mary Kay VanEss, Laurie Hottinger and Kara Hughes. Hottinger also earned Academic All-America accoladesKramsky was chosen the NAIA National Coach of the Year. The team also captured the Wisconsin Womens Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference (WWIAC) Championship and three regular-season invitational titles. Webb, Hughes and VanEss were named to the WWIAC All-Conference Team. Other team members included Theresa Bender, Natalie Doberstein,, Mary Ann Ferguson, Kathy Fynan, Terri Liebfried, Kim McElroy and Julie Schultz. ​Inducted in 1996+The 1982 Marquette women'​s cross country ​team, under the guidance of head coach Elliot Kramsky, won the 1982 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national championship. 
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 +Katie Webb was the NAIA individual champion and earned All-America status along with Diane Held, Mary Kay VanEss, Laurie Hottinger and Kara Hughes. Hottinger also earned Academic All-America accolades ​and Kramsky was chosen ​as the NAIA National Coach of the Year. 
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 +The team also captured the Wisconsin Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference (WWIAC) Championship and three regular-season invitational titles. Webb, Hughes and VanEss were named to the WWIAC All-Conference Team. 
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 +Other team members included Theresa Bender, Natalie Doberstein, Mary Ann Ferguson, Kathy Fynan, Terri Liebfried, Kim McElroy and Julie Schultz.
  
 ===== 1973-1974 Men's Basketball Team ===== ===== 1973-1974 Men's Basketball Team =====

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