Cal State East Bay Takes Seventh at CCAA Championships
- October 24, 2009
MCKINLEYVILLE, Calif. - The Pioneer men's cross country team finished seventh out of eight teams in the CCAA Championships hosted by Humboldt State on October 24. Cal State East Bay had a team score of 227. The Pioneers were led by MICHAEL LUCERO who placed 46th with an 8K time of 28:31.3.
ANDREW WELCH was timed in 29:14.5 to finish in 44th place. FRANCISCO PULIDO placed 46th (29:34.1) followed by ERIC RODRIGUEZ who finished 47th with a time of 29:41.6. JOHN ERLANDSON and JOE CASTRO placed 48th and 49th respectively.
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