This trio of athletes includes a Junior Mountain Team Member (Dalzot), a multi-time Senior Team Member (Lundy) and a relative newcomber to the mountain running scene (Kremer).

Maria Dalzot (24, Morgantown, WV) is the defending NACAC Mountain Running Champions. She was a member of the 2007 Junior U.S. Mountain Running Team (USMRT) that took the silver medal at Worlds in Switzerland. Dalzot competed for the West Virginia University Cross Country team that won the Big East Championships in 2007 and placed top ten at NCAA Cross Country Nationals. She is currently a graduate student at West Virginia University. More recently, Dalzot won the 2011 NACAC Mountain Running Championships in Ajijic, Mexico, and finished second in the 2011 USA 10km Trail Running Championships in Laurel Springs, NC. Dalzot runs for Team Inov-8.

Chris Lundy (41, Sausalito, CA) was the 2009 US Mountain Running Champion with her win at the Cranmore Hill Climb.  Lundy is a four-time member of the mountain team, and was a member of both of the US Women Gold Medal Teams in 2006 and 2007.  Lundy qualified for 3 Olympic Marathon Trials in 2004, 2008 and 2012, competing in them twice.

Stevie Kremer (28, Crested Butte, CO) competes as a Ski Mountaineer and as a trail and mountain runner.  She was 3rd at the North American Ski Mountaineering Championship and is the course record holder at the Lead King Loop 25k trail race in Colorado.  Most recently, Stevie set a new course record at the Mt. Evans Hillclimb race in Colorado, taking 4 minutes off the old course record.  Stevie is looking to make her first mountain running team.