The accolades and accomplishments keep pouring in for West Virginia’s standout runner Ceili McCabe.

The junior distance runner was named the female National Athlete of the Week for Division I indoor track & field on Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

McCabe turned in one of the fastest times ever at the Sharon Colyear-Danville Season Open over the weekend.

Not only did she break the program record with a time of 8:52.52, but it also served as the eighth-fastest time in collegiate history, according to the USTFCCCA.

This marks the first time in program history that a WVU athlete has been named a USTFCCA National Athlete of the Week.

McCabe was recently named the Mid-Atlantic Region Athlete of the Year, as well as Big 12 Runner of the Year — the first Mountaineer to ever earn the honor. She also finished in third place at the NCAA Cross Country Championships last month, the best finish in the program’s history.