I'm not sure she would get a ton of interest in all the power 5 schools (highly recognizable name schools) with those PRs. Or at least, I wouldn't think she would automatically get a full-ride scholarship from them. Though, with international students, sometimes coaches are willing to take a chance on talent, but it depends on the circumstance. I can tell by your spelling of "programme" you might be from Canada, Britain or Australia?
There are plenty of lower level d1s, d2s, d3s, NAIAs and JUCOs that would love to have her I'm sure. She should pick what fits her academic/athletic/environment/financial needs.
Something also to consider, mate: Is this her journey, or your journey being lived out through her? There is no nightmare worse than sending your child to a different country to have a traumatic experience in a place she realizes she doesn't want to be in. I know many parents want their child to excel and do amazing things, but if she wants to come to the US to run... let her do the research. This is her path now, she needs to "take the wheel" if she wants to drive.
I might recommend this testimony from a talented international girl who went to oregon: