2013: This year’s team captain. Coming off a wonderful cross country season where she will won The Mustang Challenge, and went on to be an all American and a top-eight performer. She has a chance to claim the school’s first national title for the women’s program. Can set the tone for what will possibly the school’s most decorated season in program history. An essential part of the squad’s leadership. Has qualified for the marathon, and looks to also claim the 5, 10, and 15 qualifying marks.
2012: Leading the women’s team and ran very well last year…We changed a number of things to allow her to come into the fall in the best shape of her life…We’re excited to potentially claim All American honors.
2011: Coach Schroeder is confident a healthy Kellerman will return this fall to captain her team to what she hopes will be the first ever women's team to qualify for the NAIA Cross Country National Championships.
2010: Expected to be a strong competitor and scorer from the get-go, Hannah Kellerman did just that. Consistently leading her team during fall 2010, team captain Hannah Kellerman ran personal bests of 18:30 and 18:35, narrowly missing an individual qualification to the NAIA Cross Country National Championships. Battling health issues during the 2011 track season, Kellerman finished the season somewhat disappointed, yet having set personal records in both the 1500m and the 5000m.
High School: Put up times of 19:06 in the 5k, 11:36 for the 3200m, 5:18 for the 1600m, and a 2:23 for the 800m...Was an All-Conference (Central Lakes Conference) and All-State selection...Also participated in Nordic Skiing...
Personal: Daughter of Jeff and Hattie Kellerman...Will work for her liberal studies degree and pursue teacher education...Favorite Food is green apples...favorite books are the Bible, "Safely Home", "God's Smuggler", and "The Hiding Place"...Enjoys reading, playing harp, baking, and spending time with family and friends...