The men and women’s cross country teams finished 21st and 32nd respectively at the NCAA West Regionals Saturday in Colfax, Washington.
Men’s Cross Country
The men’s and women’s cross country teams both failed to crack the top-five at the Big West Conference Championship held at the UC Riverside Agricultural and Operations Course Saturday.
The team used the invitational as preparation for the Big West Conference Championship Nov. 2.
The women placed eighth out of 19 programs and were led by seniors Alyssa Allen, Julie Vargas and freshman Maggie Bauer.
The Beach was led by senior Alyssa Allen for women’s and sophomore Michael Simpson for men’s cross country. Allen finished 21st overall and Simpson finished 17th overall.
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