Schweizer ran a pretty stupid last lap almost entirely edge of lane 1/lane 2. Kept pushing on Elle's shoulder rather than either waiting or making a decisive move. You can't make half moves on the last lap of a 1500 unless you're way fitter than your opponents.
Devil's advocate on Cranny. She closed her 4:02 last year in a 60s last 400. That kind of finish would have put her right in the conversation: McGee had a 60.6 last lap, St Pierre a 61.2, Schweizer a 61.5.
Would Cranny have made the team? I don’t know. But she would have been another body in that top 5 for people to navigate and it would have been interesting to see.
I suspect that yes, Schumacher sees Cranny as being 3:58 potential, but recognizing that isn't enough to be really competitive for a medal most years. However if you can get a sub 4 capable 5000 runner who can also go sub 14:30, then she can be a threat, particularly in tactical races. Her 5000 ceiling is higher than her 1500 ceiling.