Grace Erholtz
Grace Erholtz
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Baxter, Minn.
High School: Brainerd

Academic Honors

  • 2020-21 D2 ADA Academic Achievement Award
  • Spring 2021 NE10 Academic Honor Roll
  • Fall 2020 NE10 Academic Honor Roll
  • Spring 2020 NE10 Academic Honor Roll
  • Fall 2019 NE10 Academic Honor Roll

As a Sophomore

  • Appeared in one race
  • Top 10 finishes: 1
  • Best 5K: 22:37.4 at Kirsh Cup on March 26
  • High placement: 10th at Kirsh Cup (22:37.4 5K) on March 26

As a Freshman

  • Appeared in six races
  • Best 5K: 23:02.43 at Shacklette Invitational on Sept. 7
  • Best 6K: 27:37.6 at NCAA East Regional Championship on Nov. 9
  • Best 8K: 38:11.24 at UQAM Invitational on Oct. 12
  • High placement: 14th at Vermont Intercollegiate Championship (23:35 5K) on Sept. 27

High School: Competed in four years of varsity cross country and Nordic skiing and one year of varsity softball at Brainerd High School ... two-time cross country captain ... all-conference honorable mention twice ... participated in state meet ... team MVP as a senior ... three-time Hardest Worker award winner ... Rookie of the Year as a freshman ... Nordic skiing captain one year ... four-time all-conference skier and team MVP ... helped team win conference championship in 2016 ... participated in state meet three times ... Rookie of the Year as a freshman ... earned Warrior Award on softball team ... involved with National Honor Society ... chamber orchestra concertmaster ... played in string orchestra.

Personal: Grace Kathleen Erholtz ... daughter of Tony and Sue Erholtz ... double majoring in history and secondary education, minoring in literature ... Dean's List student ... also member of Nordic skiing team and softball manager ... member of College's string orchestra and Her Campus online magazine staff ... inducted into Phi Alpha Theta (history) ... Student-Athlete Advisory Commitee (SAAC) representative ... father played baseball at University of Minnesota Duluth ... grandfather, Dave Erholtz, played football and baseball at Minnesota Duluth, serving as football captain, before being drafted by MLB's Chicago Cubs.