UCSD Cross Country BIO
 Alex Corliss
AS A JUNIOR IN 2010: Ran in six events during the season, scoring on three occasions... Clocked in at 28:25.0 for fourth place in the open run at the SDSU Aztec Invitational... Finished in sixth place at the Bronco Preview Meet with a time of 26:10.1 on the Whittier course… Took 29th overall at the CCAA Championships with a time of 26:14.5 at the same site two weeks later... Was one of the Tritons' top five finishers at the NCAA West Regional Championships, finishing 53rd overall with 34:04.6.

Appeared in five events on the season, scoring on four occasions... Finished third overall in UCSD’s opener, clocking in at 22:56.7… Was the Tritons’ third-highest finisher at the NCAA West Regional, recording a time of 33:52.5, good enough for 52nd place… Finished 34th at the CCAA Championships with a time of 27:13.9.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2008: Made three appearances for the Tritons as a rookie… Finished 37th overall in the season opener with Point Loma and USD, crossing the line with a time of 25:28.9… Took 45th place at the CCAA Championships in San Bernardino after finishing at 28:32.5.

A 2008 graduate of San Marcos High School in Santa Barbara, Calif., where he was a four-year letterwinner in both cross country and track and field… helped his squad  qualify for CIF as a senior… SMHS was named the top academic track team in the state… holds the school three mile record with a time of 15:20… also has a personal best of 4:22 in the one mile and 1:59 in the 800. 

Born December 27, 1989 in Lincoln, Neb.… Parents are Mark and Judy Corliss… Has two older sisters, Katie and Stacie and an older brother, Jeff… Katie ran cross country for Cal… Enjoys gardening in his spare time… Teammate John Svet is his favorite athlete… Lists Into the Wild as his favorite movie… Can't live without cookies… Is a Mechanical Engineering major in Sixth College.

Year: Senior
City/State: Santa Barbara, CA
High School: San Marcos HS
College: Sixth
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Experience: 3 Letters
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