CALLIE MOLLOY (CALHOUN)
Cross Country/Track - Class of 1991
Callie Molloy (Calhoun), a 1991 Academy graduate, is one of the most decorated female athletes in Academy history. She is a five-time NCAA Division II track and field national champion (3,000-meter run, 5,000-meter run, 10,000-meter run) and won the 1990 NCAA Division II cross country national championship.
She is an eight-time track and field All-American and three-time cross country All-American. In addition, she was the team captain of both squads and a two-time track team MVP, as well as a 1991 NCAA Academic All-American.
She is still the school record-holder in the 3,000-meters (indoor and outdoor), the 5,000-meters (indoor and outdoor) and the 10,000-meters. In 2001, she was inducted into the NCAA Division II track and field hall of fame. Molloy is also the younger sister of Air Force head football coach Troy Calhoun.
Five-time NCAA Division II track and field national champion (3000-meter run, 5000-meter run, 10,000-meter run)
1990 NCAA Division II cross country national champion
Eight-time NCAA Division II track and field All-American
Three-time NCAA Division II cross country All-American
1990 Team Captain
1990 regional cross country champion
Two-time track and field MVP
1990 cross country MVP
Named track and field outstanding competitor (1989)
1991 Team Captain
1991 NCAA Academic All-American
USAFA Athletic Excellence Award Winner (1990)
Set Academy records in the 3K indoor, 3K outdoor, 5K indoor, 5K outdoor, 10K
Ran on three NCAA Division II runner-up cross country teams
Inducted into the NCAA Division II Track and Field Hall of Fame (2001)