NEW ORLEANS — The Sacramento State men's and women's cross country teams were each recognized for their academic performances by the US Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) To be eligible for the award, a team must have a cumulative gpa of 3.00 or better and have started at least five runners at an NCAA regional.
The Hornet women posted a team cummulative gpa of 3.44 to earn the award. The men compiled a gpa of 3.03. Sacramento State was one of 10 Big Sky Conference schools to win the award in both genders.
in January, the Hornets had five women and two men earn academic all-Big Sky honors. The women's list was comprised of Gracie Albano, Emma Armstrong, Jocelyn Orozco, Amelia Pear and Amy Quinones. The men's honorees were Ryan Salcido and Sam Scheuer.
November 11, 2016 QUINONES, CHANGCO POST FASTEST TIMES FOR CROSS COUNTRY AT WEST REGIONAL
November 9, 2016 NCAA CROSS COUNTRY WEST REGIONAL RETURNS TO SACRAMENTO ON FRIDAY
October 28, 2016 MEN AND WOMEN EACH PLACE 9TH AT BIG SKY CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS
October 1, 2016 QUINONES, SCHEUER LEAD CROSS COUNTRY AT CAPITAL CROSS CHALLENGE
September 29, 2016 CROSS COUNTRY HOSTS CAPITAL CROSS CHALLENGE ON SATURDAY
September 15, 2016 ALBANO LEADS WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY TO SECOND PLACE AT SPEEDWAY MEADOWS
September 3, 2016 CROSS COUNTRY BEGINS SEASON AT AGGIE OPEN
August 18, 2016 DAVID MONK HIRED AS CROSS COUNTRY COACH