Elizabeth (Stierwalt) Seibert, Archbold, was recently inducted into the Fremont St. Joseph Central Catholic High School Athletic Hall of Fame.
A 1998 graduate, she earned eight varsity letters– four in cross country and four in track–during her high school career.
As a member of the cross country team, she and her teammates were regional qualifiers all four years. She earned Honorable Mention All-Midland Athletic League honors as a sophomore, Second Team All-MAL as a junior, and First Team All- MAL as a senior.
She was also the Crimson Streaks’ Most Valuable Player her senior year.
In track, Seibert qualified for regional meets in at least one event all four years of high school.
She was a member of the 4×800-meter relay team and represented SJCC at the state meet her senior year.
During her senior year she set two school records that still stand today: the 1600-meter race (5 minutes, 22 seconds), and the 3200 (12:00.85) at the regional fi- nal in Fostoria.
She was also the distance MVP that year.
Seibert attended Ohio Northern University, where she lettered in cross country, and indoor and outdoor track all four years. Her cross country team won the Ohio Athletic Conference championship in 1998.
She earned All-OAC honors in cross country and outdoor track.
She received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from ONU in 2004. She is a staff pharmacist with Community Hospitals and Wellness Centers, Bryan.
She and her husband, Kevin, have four children, Natalie, Oliver, Tessa, and Cecelia.