CROSS COUNTRY COMPLETES SEASON AT NCAA WEST REGIONAL

CROSS COUNTRY COMPLETES SEASON AT NCAA WEST REGIONAL

SEATTLE — Amy Quinones and Elijah Changco completed their 2017 cross country where they have all year long, leading the Hornet women's and men's team at the NCAA West Regional on Friday. The Sacramento State women finished in 22nd place while the men's team was 23rd.

Quinones crossed the line in 23:10.3 to finish in 78th place. She led the Hornets in each race this season. She was followed on the team by Gracie Albano who was 111th after running 21:49.0. Cagnei Duncan finished third for Sacramento State and was 143rd overall with a time of 22:14.4. The team also counted times from Savanna Perez (22:22.7, 152nd) and Denise Reis (22:34.1, 170th).

San Francisco won the women's team title after scoring 59 points. The Dons were followed by Stanford (76) and Oregon (92) in the top three. USF's Charlotte Taylor was the individual champion after running 19:14.2.

In the men's 10K race, Changco placed 85th overall in 31:15.5. The sophomore was 16-plus seconds ahead of the next finisher on the team. Senior Tyler Sickler and Ryan Salcido were 97th and 98th, respectively. Sickler ran 31:31.9 with Salcido crossing 1.2 seconds later. Aidan Schraer (32:51.6, 161st) and Tristen Thomson (32:58.4, 167th) completed the scorers for Sacramento State.

Much of the top five had a similar look as the women's standings with the exception of Portland which won the team title. The Pilots compiled 63 points to edge host Washington (65) for the top spot. Stanford was third with 85.

Portland accounted for three of the top four individual finishers with Emmanuel Roudolff-Levisse (29:33.1) and Jeff Thies (29:39.8) finishing first and second.

NCAA WEST REGIONAL | SEATTLE, WASH.  
WOMEN'S RESULTS (6K)
TEAM RESULTS
1. San Francisco 59
2. Stanford 76
3. Oregon 92
4. Boise State 104
5. California 183
6. Washington 202
7. Arizona 203
8. San Jose State 302
9. Arizona State 304
10. Portland State 308
11. Loyola Marymount 336
12. UCLA 342
13. Oregon Sate 392
14. Idaho 393
15. Washington State 420
16. UC Santa Barbara 427
17. UC Riverside 427
18. Cal Poly 497
19. Cal State Fullerton 511
20. UC Davis 591
21. Eastern Washington 603
22. SACRAMENTO STATE 645
23. San Diego 650
24. Gonzaga 703
25. Grand Canyon 717
26. Seattle 749
27. UNLV 771
28. Long Beach State 783
29. Portland State 842
30. Santa Clara 872
31. Pacific 884
32. UC Irvine 925
33. Saint Mary's 950
34. San Diego State 981
35. Pepperdine 1007
36. Hawaii 1126

INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE
1. Charlotte Taylor, USF, 19:14.2
2. Allie Ostrander, BSU, 19:16.5
3. Amy-Eloise Neale, UW, 19:25.3
4. Weronika Pyzik, USF, 19:29.1
5. Katie Rainsberger, ORE, 19:30.9

SACRAMENTO STATE FINISHERS
78. Amy Quinones 23:10.3
111. Gracie Albano 21:49.0
143. Cagnei Duncan 22:14.4
152. Savanna Perez 22:22.7
170. Denise Reis 22:34.1
189. Megan Auernig 22:56.4
194. Amelia Pear 23:00.0
MEN'S RESULTS (10K)
TEAM RESULTS
1. Portland 63
2. Washington 65
3. Stanford 85
4. Oregon 149
5. UCLA 164
6. Boise State 168
7. Washington State 194
8. San Francisco 205
9. California 262
10. Gonzaga 294
11. Cal Poly 305
12. Idaho 347
13. Loyola Marymount 481
14. UC Santa Barbara 481
15. Santa Clara
16. UC Davis 493
17. Cal State Fullerton 527
18. Pepperdine 561
19. UC Irvine 565
20. Arizona 571
21. San Jose State 590
22. Saint Mary's 605
23. SACRAMENTO STATE 606
24. Eastern Washington 645
25. UC Riverside 715
26. Seattle 727
27. San Diego 748
28. Grand Canyon 753
29. Long Beach State 770
30. Portland State 818

INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE
1. Emmanuel Roudolff-Levisse, PORT, 29:33.1
2. Jeff Thies, PORT, 29:38.8
3. Steven Fahy, STAN, 29:40.3
4. Nick Hauger, PORT, 29:41.1
5. Colby Gilbert, UW, 29:43.4

SACRAMENTO STATE FINISHERS
85. Elijah Changco 31:15.5
97. Tyler Sickler 31:31.9
98. Ryan Salcido 31:33.1
161. Aidan Schraer 32:51.6
167. Tristen Thomson 32:58.4
181. Tre Lockwood 33:21.5
195. Sammy Scheuer 34:06.2