The San Diego City College women’s cross country team defeated Imperial Valley College over 5,000 meters in a dual meet between the two squads on the Knights’ home course in Balboa Park. The intimate race had only 13 student-athletes competing but was not short on excitement, with the Knights pulling out a victory late in the last mile of the race.
The San Diego City College women’s cross country team posted its best team time of the season at the San Bernardino Valley College Invitational. Six of the seven runners posted personal bests, including freshman Brianna Coronado who continued to lead the team with a 52nd place finish in a time of 23:20 over the 5K course.
The women’s cross country team continued to show progress in the Knights' second meet of the 2016 season at the SoCal Preview meet, held at Irvine Regional Park in Orange, California.The team was again led by freshman Brianna Coronado who finished 183rd overall with a time of 25:54 over the 5K course.
The women’s cross country team started off its 2016 season on a strong note at the Palomar Invite on Friday. The team was led by Freshman Brianna Coronado who was competing in her first cross country race.
The San Diego City College women’s cross country team welcomes 18 new runners to the roster for the 2016 season. Head Coach Marco Anzures is pleased with the large number of runners he and assistant coach, Lucy Gonzalez, were able to recruit this year.
Freshman cross country runner Barbara Saucedo represented San Diego City College as a guest speaker at the Council for Opportunity in Education Conference in San Diego, Calif. on Friday, September 2.
This Spring, San Diego City College men's and women's cross country runners have been competing as an unofficial track club in events around San Diego.
On Saturday, Ismael Fernandez competed in the men's 1500m at the UCSD Triton Invitational and placed fourth overall in heat seven with a time of 4:27.32. This was his first competition on the track ever.
The Knights completed their season by finishing sixth place overall at the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championships, held at Southwestern College on Friday. The Knights recorded a season- best team time (combination of the top five scorers' time) and saw several runners achieve personal bests on the day.
In the second race of the season at the Southern California Preview, the Knights were once again led by sophomore Kelsey Engler who ran a personal best of 25:21 for 35th place.
The Knights fielded a team of six women who braved the near 90 degree heat to place ninth overall at the Palomar Invitational on Friday.