Clerc Koenck
Clerc Koenck


Anacoco, Louisiana

High School:
Anacoco HS



2006: Ran in all of Lamar's cross country meets during the fall ... Won the Southland Conference Cross Country Championship in a time of 21:35 over the 6K course ... Helped LU to their third straight cross country championship ... Had a solid showing at the NCAA Regional in Waco with a 16th place showing in a time of 21:05.5 in the 6K ... Earned All-South Central Regional Honors ... Ran in all of Lamar's cross country meets during the fall.

2005: Ran in four of the five scheduled cross country meets during the fall ... Recorded two finishes in the top 10 ... Best finish was fourth in the Northwestern State Meet ... Posted a time of 24:36 as part of the Lady Cardinals second straight cross country title ... Placed 33rd at the NCAA South Central Regional, running a 22:52.

2004: Ran in all six cross country meets during the fall ... Had three top 20 finishes ... Top showing was fourth at Lamar/McNeese State Dual Meet ... Placed 11th at SLC Championships with a 6,000-meter time of 22:11.95 ... Helped the Lady Cardinals win their first-ever SLC title ... Placed 87th at the NCAA South Central Regional with a 6K time of 23:19.

High School: Ran for Coach Lisa Lohman at Anacoco HS in Louisiana ... Won 17 individual state championships ... Individual titles included four in cross country, three indoor and 10 outdoor championships ... Also helped AHS earn one team state title ... Was a member of championship mile relay team ... Ran for the Lake Area Express and earned a USATF 1,500 meter intermediate championship ... Had personal best of 2:19.06 in the 800 meters, 11:32 in the 3,200 meters and 5:10 for the outdoor 1,600 meters.

Personal: Major is kinesiology ... Hobbies include playing sports, spending time with family and friends ... Born June 23, 1986 in Monroe, Louisiana ... Daughter of Edwin and Leslie Koenck.


Cross Country well-represented on Southland 50th Anniversary Honor Roll

Johnsen only current SLC athlete to earn recognition


Johnsen named USTFCCCA All-Academic

Both LU teams also honored

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