Pioneers Take Fourth at CSUMB Invite
- September 5, 2009
SEASIDE, Calif. - The Pioneer women's cross country team finished fourth in the CSUMB Invitational on September 5. NANCY VELAZQUEZ led all Cal State East Bay runners with a clocking of 18:42 good for 12th place. KRISTIN PARKER finished in 16th place with a time of 18:48. CLARIVEL VEGA was 26th in 19:29 while GABRIELLA CRUZ placed 28th with a time of 19:47.
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