While it is admirable that the young lady is willing to put in some work in the weight room, if she is competing in college cross-country (I assume she is a long distance runner in T&F as well?) then I doubt that her lifting numbers will matter at all. I ran long-distance races for awhile in my 20's and trained with some high-level (borderline-qualifying-for-the-Olympic-Trials) local runners, both male and female, most of whom ran in college. None of them had any particular level of strength; in fact, most of them barely bothered with strength training of any kind; they put any extra energy they had into more running.
If she is actually a sprinter or jumper, my answer would be different. If she's a pure distance runner, then I wouldn't fret about any particular standards to hit. Chances are that if she puts in ANY work in the weight room, she will be ahead of her peers arriving at college. Merely teaching her good technique on the key lifts will be a great service.