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DUNCAN, CHANGCO GUIDE CROSS COUNTRY AT NCAA WEST REGIONAL

DUNCAN, CHANGCO GUIDE CROSS COUNTRY AT NCAA WEST REGIONAL

COLFAX, Wash. — The Sacramento State men's and women's cross country teams wrapped up their 2019 season by competing at the NCAA West Regional hosted by Washington State on Friday. The Hornet women finished in 25th place in the 6K race and the men were 24th in the 10K competition.

Cagnei Duncan led the women's team by running 21:21.7 to place 78th overall. Duncan completed her season by leading Sacramento State in every race during the year. She was followed by Rachel Victor who was 130th in 21:56.3. Victor ranked second on the team in each of her races during the season.

Rosemary David ranked third on the team and was 138th overall in 22:00.7. Emma Armstrong placed 171st in 22:30.5 and the final score toward the team total came from Blayney Dolan who was 187th in 22:41.5.

Stanford and Washington claimed the two automatic berths to the NCAA Championships. The Cardinal won the race with 39 points and were led by Ella Donaghu and Jessica Lawson who finished first and second, respectively. Washington was second with 49 points while Boise State was third at 86.

In the men's race, Elijah Changco paced Sacramento State for the second consecutive meet. Changco finished in 67th place with a time of 31:13.6. The next three Hornets all crossed within two minutes of each other. The trio was led by Tristen Thomson who ran 31:56.4 to place 108th. Shane Marshall was 128th overall in 32:16.2. Santiago Ruiz was fourth on the team in 33:42.3 to place 176th. Abraham Maldonado rounded out the lineup with a time of 35:15.3 to finish 188th.

Portland claimed the top spot in the team race with 65 points. Stanford also advanced to the NCAA Championships with 78 points to finish just above Oregon (90). Washington's Andrew Jordan finished first overall in 29:43.4.

NCAA WEST REGIONAL
Colfax, Wash. | Colfax GC
WOMEN'S RESULTS (6K)
1. Stanford 39
2. Washington 49
3. Boise State 86
4. Oregon 145
5. Arizona 188
6. Portland 245
7. Oregon State 248
8. UC Davis 266
9. Washington State 272
10. San Francisco 291
11. UCLA 322
12. Cal 323
13. San Jose State 343
14. Idaho 345
15. Gonzaga 460
16. Cal State Fullerton 481
17. Arizona State 495
18. Grand Canyon 500
19. San Diego 564
20. Cal Poly 583
21. Portland State 594
22. Saint Mary's 602
23. Santa Clara 617
24. UC Santa Barbara 687
25. SACRAMENTO STATE 698
26. Loyola Marymount 702
27. UC Irvine 805
28. Seattle U 807
29. UC Riverside 810
30. Hawaii 847
31. San Diego State 862
32. Long Beach State 960
33. UNLV 1018
34. Eastern Washington 1025
35. Pepperdine 1040
 
INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE
1. Ella Donaghu, Stanford, 19:50.8
2. Jessica Lawson, Stanford, 19:54.2
3. Melany Smart, Washington, 19:58.1
4. Aolbhe Richardson, San Francisco, 20:00.5
5. Jordan Oakes, Stanford, 20:04.8
 
SACRAMENTO STATE FINISHERS
78. Cagnei Duncan 21:21.7
130. Rachel Victor 21:56.3
138. Rosemary David 22:00.7
171. Emma Armstrong 22:30.5
187. Blayney Dolan 22:41.5
235. Marilou Ruiz 24:01.6
MEN'S RESULTS (10K)
1. Portland 65
2. Stanford 78
3. Oregon 90
4. Washington 115
5. Boise State 133
6. Gonzaga 148
7. Washington State 177
8. UCLA 181
9. Idaho 329
10. Cal Poly 333
11. UC Santa Barbara 346
12. Cal State Fullerton 385
13. Pepperdine 454
14. San Francisco 458
15. Santa Clara 459
16. UC Riverside 460
17. San Jose State 478
18. California 497
19. UC Davis 497
20. Portland State 500
21. Long Beach State 599
22. San Diego 625
23. Loyola Marymount 633
24. SACRAMENTO STATE 655
25. Eastern Washington 687
26. Seattle U 696
27. Arizona State 717
28. Saint Mary's 765

INDIVIDUAL TOP FIVE
1. Andrew Jordan, Washington, 29:43.4
2. Emmanuel Roudolff-Levisse, Portland, 29:44.9
3. James Mwaura, Gonzaga, 29:53.2
4. Miler Haller, Boise State, 29:55.0
5. Colin Burke, UCLA, 29:58.5

SACRAMENTO STATE FINISHERS
67. Elijah Changco 31:13.6
108. Tristen Thomson 31:56.4
128. Shane Marshall 32:16.2
176. Santiago Ruiz 33:42.3
188. Abraham Maldonado 35:15.3